NFL games are a mix of emotions: anger, sadness, joy, pain, you name it. It's often easy to pick one particular moment and spotlight that to summarize the action. So, that's what we did! We present our gallery of images from the latest slate of NFL contests, including this freak in Miami. So, let's dive into the Week 11 Snapshot. -- Sid Saraf
Colts 30, Titans 27
Backup running back Donald Brown saved the day for Indianapolis, scoring two touchdowns in a Thursday night contest. His second score gave the Colts a comfortable cushion and helped clinch Indy's ninth win over Tennessee in the last 10 contests between the two.
Bills 37, Jets 14
Da'Norris Searcy's interception return for a touchdown was just one in a comedy of Jets errors on Sunday. The Bills had no problem taking advantage and cruised to an easy victory.
Buccaneers 41, Falcons 28
A lot of people think Bobby Rainey is too small to play in the NFL. Well, the 5-8 running back, who was picked up off the waiver wire last month, ran for 163 yards and scored three touchdowns. Who is too small now? It seems like Rainey was born for the big stage.
Cardinals 27, Jaguars 14
It doesn't look like it here, but Cardinals WR Michael Floyd has just broken free. He took this pass from Carson Palmer and 91 yards later reached the end zone to seal the win for 6-4 Arizona.
Steelers 37, Lions 27
The Steelers amazed everyone by battling back from a first-half deficit. Will Johnson's 1-yard TD catch put Pittsburgh ahead for good in the fourth quarter. After starting the season 0-4, the Steelers have won four of their past six games. Not bad.
Dolphins 20, Chargers 16
It's not like San Diego didn't have a chance to get the win. However, Miami's aggressive defense kept putting hits on Chargers QB Philip Rivers and held on for the win.
Raiders 28, Texans 23
Oakland was holding on for dear life in the fourth quarter as Houston was driving for the go-ahead touchdown. However, safety Usama Young came through on fourth down, knocking down this pass in the end zone to save the day.
Eagles 24, Redskins 16
Philadelphia almost let a 24-point lead slip away against its division rival. But thanks to Brandon Boykin's interception in the end zone with time running out, the Eagles moved into first place in the NFC East. Amazingly, they also got their first home win of the season.
Broncos 27, Chiefs 17
How pumped were the Broncos to hand their division rival Chiefs their first loss of the season? Well, check out Knowshon Moreno leap-froggin Julius Thomas after the latter scored a touchdown. This was a big statement win for Denver.
Seahawks 41, Vikings 20
See this Russell Wilson shovel pass? At the receiving end is running back Marshawn Lynch, who waltzed untouched into the end zone and ended any threat from the woeful Vikings. Now at 10-1, Seattle is in prime position to capture the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoff race.
Saints 23, 49ers 20
Does this head-snapping hit on Drew Brees by Ahmad Brooks look unnecessarily rough? It does to us — and to the officials. The penalty on the 49ers was a key play. Instead of a fumble and San Francisco ball, the Saints kept driving to the tying field goal and then shortly after the game-winner.
Giants 27, Packers 13
We see you, Victor Cruz. Thanks to your eight catches for 110 receiving yards, Big Blue won its fourth straight game. After starting 0-6, the Giants are now 4-6 ... and not out of the playoff race. Unbelievable.
Bears 23, Ravens 20 (OT)
Chicago allowed Baltimore to tie the game late in the fourth quarter, but didn't fold in the extra period. In fact, Martellus Bennett pulled down this clutch 43-yard reception from backup quarterback Josh McCown to set up the winning field goal. The Bears managed to get it done on a day when inclement weather forced a two-hour delay. Serious props for that.
Bengals 41, Browns 20
Here's a stat: Cincinnati scored 31 points in the second quarter of this game. That's right, 31 points. How did that happen? Well, when the Bengals can score a touchdown on this blocked punt and return an interception for a touchdown, it's actually pretty easy.