Published: Nov. 21, 2017 at 09:16 p.m.

Next Gen Stats for Week 11

Find out who topped the list for the best efficiency this week and which quarterback took home the fastest MPH as ball carrier. See who they are, and more in this week's Next Gen stats.

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  • Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz continued his success throwing intermediate passes against the Cowboys as he now owns the 3rd-highest passer rating this season. 10

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    Higher still

    Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz continued his success throwing intermediate passes against the Cowboys as he now owns the 3rd-highest passer rating this season.

  • Saints running back Mark Ingram tops the list for the best efficiency this week with an average 1.90 distance per rush yard gained. He was followed by Eagles running back Jay Ajayi who had a distance traveled per every rush yard gained of 1.92. 9

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    Getting things done

    Saints running back Mark Ingram tops the list for the best efficiency this week with an average 1.90 distance per rush yard gained. He was followed by Eagles running back Jay Ajayi who had a distance traveled per every rush yard gained of 1.92.

  • The Jacksonville Jaguars had the highest pressure rate, 48.6%, when facing Browns quarterback DeShone Kizer this week. 8

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    All about that defense

    The Jacksonville Jaguars had the highest pressure rate, 48.6%, when facing Browns quarterback DeShone Kizer this week.

  • Max speed as ball carrier goes to Vikings Adam Thielen who reached his max MPH at 20.58. Hot on his heels came Dolphins Damien Williams with an MPH of 20.54. 7

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    Too hot to touch

    Max speed as ball carrier goes to Vikings Adam Thielen who reached his max MPH at 20.58. Hot on his heels came Dolphins Damien Williams with an MPH of 20.54.

  • Arizona Cardinals quarterback Blaine Gabbert took both first and second place for max speed by quarterback as ball carrier, 19.35 and 19.06 MPH. 6

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    Feeling fast

    Arizona Cardinals quarterback Blaine Gabbert took both first and second place for max speed by quarterback as ball carrier, 19.35 and 19.06 MPH.

  • Despite being pressed most of the night, Antonio Brown managed to do some major damage when targeted in tight windows. Brown tight window production grabbed a 100% catch rate for the night. 5

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    One hundred percent

    Despite being pressed most of the night, Antonio Brown managed to do some major damage when targeted in tight windows. Brown tight window production grabbed a 100% catch rate for the night.

  • Bears running back Jordan Howard had one of his best performances of the season on Sunday as he rushed for 125 yards and a touchdown on just 15 carries. Howard's success in the run game against the Lions can be attributed to his big boost in Yards Gained Before/After Close In. 4

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    Bear boost

    Bears running back Jordan Howard had one of his best performances of the season on Sunday as he rushed for 125 yards and a touchdown on just 15 carries. Howard's success in the run game against the Lions can be attributed to his big boost in Yards Gained Before/After Close In.

  • Vikings running back Latavius Murray had a great day against the Rams defense, but what was most impressive about his performance was the he managed 6.3 yards per carry with 8+ defenders in the box on 73.3% of his carries, the highest rate of any back this week. 3

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    Here to impress

    Vikings running back Latavius Murray had a great day against the Rams defense, but what was most impressive about his performance was the he managed 6.3 yards per carry with 8+ defenders in the box on 73.3% of his carries, the highest rate of any back this week.

  • Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins knew he had to make some plays against a New Orleans defense that entered Sunday with the 4th-highest team blitz percentage (38.8%) and he did just that. Cousins amounted a passer rating of 146.8, and TD-INT: 3-0, when facing the Saints blitz, which was the best in Week 11. 2

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    Face to face

    Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins knew he had to make some plays against a New Orleans defense that entered Sunday with the 4th-highest team blitz percentage (38.8%) and he did just that. Cousins amounted a passer rating of 146.8, and TD-INT: 3-0, when facing the Saints blitz, which was the best in Week 11.

  • Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan was fearless facing a Seattle secondary without strong safety Kam Chancellor and corner back Richard Sherman as he threw a season-high 10 tight window attempts that resulted in the 3rd-best passer rating in Week 11 (105.8). 1

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    Fits just right

    Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan was fearless facing a Seattle secondary without strong safety Kam Chancellor and corner back Richard Sherman as he threw a season-high 10 tight window attempts that resulted in the 3rd-best passer rating in Week 11 (105.8).

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