The Baltimore Ravens triumphed to 8-3 and the Cincinnati Bengals suffered a loss, dropping to 5-5 after a 34-20 victory on “Thursday Night Football” to begin Week 11 in the NFL.
The game saw two significant injuries. Ravens tight end Mark Andrews sustained an ankle injury, likely ending his season. Bengals player Joe Burrow also left the game in the second quarter with a wrist injury. The NFL is investigating why Burrow was not on the pre-game injury report.
Looking ahead to Sunday, the Cleveland Browns will turn to Dorian Thompson-Robinson at quarterback against the Pittsburgh Steelers after Deshaun Watson’s season ended due to a fracture in his throwing shoulder.
Joe Flacco is working out with the Browns on Friday as they aim to strengthen their quarterback squad.
The Chicago Bears expect Justin Fields to start against the Detroit Lions after missing four prior games due to a thumb injury.
In other injury-related news, Matthew Stafford is expected to start against the Seattle Seahawks for the Los Angeles Rams, while Keenan Allen will play for the Los Angeles Chargers despite a shoulder injury.
Here is the rest of the Week 11 NFL injury report:
– Laviska Shenault (ankle): questionable
– Ian Thomas (calf): questionable
– Xavier Woods (thigh): questionable
– Stephen Sullivan (shoulder): questionable
– Hayden Hurst (concussion): out
– Marquis Haynes Sr. (back): out
– Jaycee Horn (hamstring): out
– CJ Henderson (concussion): out
– Samuel Womack (knee): questionable
– Robert Beal (hamstring): questionable
– Darrell Luter (knee): questionable
– Aaron Banks (toe): out
– Nick Zakelj (biceps): out
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