After a couple of weeks of struggles, the NFC West went undefeated in Week 10. The Los Angeles Rams were idle on their bye and the San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals all won their games.
Entering Week 11, The standings have not changed. The 49ers and Seahawks have the same record but the Niners technically lead the division because of a divisional record tiebreak (San Fran is 2-0 while Seattle is 1-1).
Here are the standings entering Week 11:
- San Francisco 49ers, 6-3 (2-0 division)
- Seattle Seahawks, 6-3 (1-1 division)
- Los Angeles Rams, 3-6 (2-1 division)
- Arizona Cardinals, 2-8 (0-3 division)
Let’s have a look at what happened last week and what is coming in Week 11.
The 49ers came off their bye, got healthy and blew out the Jacksonville Jaguars 34-3. Brock Purdy threw three touchdown passes and the Niners snapped a three-game skid.
Sam Howell for the Washington Commanders threw three touchdown passes, including a game-tying score with 52 seconds left in the game, but Seattle drove down the field and Jason Myers kicked a game-winning 43-yard field goal as time expired for a 29-26 victory.
Geno Smith had two touchdown passes in the win.
The Cardinals beat the Atlanta Falcons 25-23 on a 23-yard field goal from Matt Prater as time expired.
Kyler Murray, making his first start since tearing his ACL last December, led the Cardinals on a game-winning drive after the Falcons went ahead 23-22 with 2:33 to go.
- The Niners host the 4-5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- The Seahawks and Rams play each other in Los Angeles.
- The Cardinals are on the road to face the 5-4 Houston Texans.