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Gresh & Zo’s No Huddle: Week 11 Highlights

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A dejected Houston Texans fan watches the Houston Texans play against the Oakland Raiders on November 17, 2013. (Photo by Thomas B. Shea/Getty Images)

A dejected Houston Texans fan watches the Houston Texans play against the Oakland Raiders on November 17, 2013. (Photo by Thomas B. Shea/Getty Images)

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BOSTON (CBS) – Gresh & Zo’s ‘No Huddle’ chronicled the major NFL headlines coming out of Week 11. With Scott Zolak down in Carolina to call tonight’s game with Bob Socci, Andy Gresh and Mike Flynn go around the NFL to discuss the biggest moments from this past weekend.

- It appears that the Houston Texans just want this season to end, as they lost yesterday to the Oakland Raiders 28-23 at home. It was coach Gary Kubiak’s first game back to action since suffering a stroke two weeks ago, calling plays from the press box. Quarterback Matt Schaub replaced Case Keenum in the third quarter, and toward the end of the game he and Andre Johnson had a heated argument on the sidelines.

- The Arizona Cardinals are quietly making a playoff push as they beat the Jaguars 27-14. Cardinals QB Carson Palmer finished with 419 yards and two touchdowns, including a 91-yarder to receiver Michael Floyd. The Jaguars scored their first home touchdown since last December, cool right? Maybe if the announcer got the player’s name right.

- After a weather delay put the game on pause for nearly two hours, the Chicago Bears beat the Ravens at home in overtime to improve to 6-4 and stay alive in the NFC North.

- Speaking of the NFC North, The Lions had a chance to win in Pittsburgh for the first time since 1955, but squandered that opportunity when coach Jim Schwartz elected to try a fake field goal up 27-23 facing a 4th-and-5 at the Pittsburgh 10-yard line. The Steelers wound up winning 37-27.

- Lastly, the Cincinnati Bengals offense woke up and rolled to a 41-20 win over the Cleveland Browns.

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