Week 11 NFL action sees the Kansas City Chiefs face the Dallas Cowboys at Arrowhead Stadium in the biggest game of the weekend.


After a disappointing showing against the Denver Broncos, the Cowboys bounced back in stunning fashion. What followed was their best performance of the NFL season. They completely blew away the Falcons, finishing with a 43-3 score. As far as statistics, The Cowboys are arguably the best offense in the NFL. Their depth of receivers, running backs and tight ends are unmatched in the league.

It all starts and ends with Dak Prescott. After years of questions about how much he should be paid, he is showing he is worth every dollar. Four of the Cowboys’ last five games are against division opponents. If this offense continues at this pace, Dak could end the season in the best possible position of any quarterback. 

As for the Cowboys run game, Ezekiel Elliott has been a strong factor. Some credit should also go to the offensive line. Dallas are currently tied for seventh in yards per carry. 


After an underwhelming start to the season, the Chiefs looked back to their old selves as they swept aside the Raiders. Patrick Mahomes threw for 406 yards and 5 touchdowns. Enough to guide the Kansas City Chiefs to a comfortable 41-14 win over the Raiders. There is no better time to confirm their return to prominence than in America’s Game of the Week 

Last week, Mahomes threw to his running backs 12 times for 107 yards and a touchdown. He was able to connect with super quick tight end Travis Kelce, who had his first 100-yard game since Week 3. As long as Mahomes continues to accept the underneath, quick options, it will limit his turnovers and improve an already efficient offense considerably. 

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Much of what happens will depend on if the Chiefs are truly back to their best. Ultimately, this game should come down to which defense can get the necessary stops. We believe Mahomes and the Chiefs offense will prove too strong for the Cowboys in the end.