Week 11 NFL Schedule, Live Stats, TV Channels: Nov. 20

DALLAS – NFL schedule and live TV channels for the Week 11, as the battle for playoff spots continues to take centre stage.

Atlanta Falcons, Denver Broncos, New York Jets and the San Diego Chargers are all on byes this week, while the Carolina Panthers opened Week 11 with a 24-20 win against the New Orlean Saints on Thursday night.

Sunday’s action gets going at 1:00pm with America’s team, the Dallas Cowboys, playing in one of eight games starting at that time.

Dallas will take an eight-game winning streak into their clash against the Baltimore Ravens at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Tex.

The Cowboys (8-1) have not lost a game since the 20-19 defeat to the New York Giants in the season opener.

Since then, new first-choice quarterback Dak Prescott and fellow rookie Ezekiel Elliott have been outstanding for Dallas, which ranks third in the league in points per game (28.7) and eighth in points against (18.9).

Elliott has so far run for 1,005 yards and nine touchdowns, which has helped the Cowboys ranked No. 1 in the NFL in rushing yards per game (161.0).


The big news, meanwhile, ahead of the kickoff is that quarterback Tony Romo is officially active as a backup for the first time since 2008 against the St. Louis Rams.

With Prescott, who has passed for 2,339 yards and 14 touchdowns, doing so well recently, it is not a surprise that he gets the nod over Romo.

Baltimore Ravens (5-4) have won two straight, but ESPN’s Football Power Index is giving the Cowboys a 71 percent chance to win this game.

The Ravens will be without cornerback Jimmy Smith, who is inactive with a back injury.

Tavon Young, Shareece Wright, Jerraud Powers and Anthony Levine are the cornerback options for Baltimore.

In other games on the NFL schedule for Week 11, Kansas City Chiefs, who are on a five-game winning streak, will host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Arrowhead Stadium, while the Miami Dolphins, who have won four straight, travel to face the Los Angeles Rams at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

The New York Giants have also won four straight games and they will entertain the Chicago Bears at MetLife Stadium.

Still looking for their first win of the season are the Cleveland Browns (0-10) and they will host the Pittsburgh Steelers.

San Francisco 49ers (1-8), who have dropped eight straight, could find the going tough again when they host the New England Patriots.

NFL Schedule, TV Channels: Week 11

Sunday, November 20, Via ESPN.com

Pittsburgh at Cleveland 1:00 PM CBS – Live Stats
Baltimore at Dallas 1:00 PM CBS – Live Stats
Jacksonville at Detroit 1:00 PM CBS – Live Stats
Tennessee at Indianapolis 1:00 PM CBS – Live Stats
Buffalo at Cincinnati 1:00 PM FOX – Live Stats
Tampa Bay at Kansas City 1:00 PM FOX – Live Stats
Chicago at New York 1:00 PM FOX – Live Stats
Arizona at Minnesota 1:00 PM FOX – Live Stats
Miami at Los Angeles 4:05 PM FOX
New England at San Francisco 4:25 PM CBS
Philadelphia at Seattle 4:25 PM CBS

Sunday Night Football

Green Bay at Washington 8:30 PM NBC, Live Streaming on NBC Player

Monday, November 21

Houston at Oakland 8:30 PM ESPN, WatchESPN