NFL Week 11 takeaways: Hill's big debut, Henry's game winner and Burrow's injury

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Week 11 in the NFL featured big starting-quarterback debuts for New Orleans’ Taysom Hill and Carolina’s P.J. Walker, an injury to April’s No. 1 draft pick for Cincinnati and an exciting overtime win for the Titans. Hill’s Saints won a big divisional game against the Falcons, while Walker’s Panthers shut out the Lions. Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow went down with a knee injury in their loss to Washington, and Tennessee’s Derrick Henry ran in a game-winning TD to beat the Ravens. Elsewhere, the Texans navigated Bill Belichick’s Patriots en route to their third win, and the Steelers moved to 10-0 in a convincing win over the Jaguars.

All that and more in Week 11‘s biggest takeaways from NFL Nation.

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TEN-BAL | ATL-NO | NE-HOU
PIT-JAX | PHI-CLE | CIN-WSH
DET-CAR | ARI-SEA

Standout performer: Titans RB Derrick Henry, 133 rushing yards, 1 TD

The Titans kept themselves in the race for the AFC South title thanks to complementary football on offense and defense. A.J. Brown‘s 14-yard touchdown reception gave them a late lead. Harold Landry sacked Lamar Jackson in overtime to force a punt. Then, Derrick Henry closed the

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