NFL Week 12 Scores, Highlights, Updates, Fixtures: Jets’ Zach Wilson Throws Deadly INT in RB’s Back

It’s the 12th Sunday of the 2021 NFL season, and we’ll keep you updated on all the biggest action and plot of the day. Block Vehicle Week 12 has some great matches and storylines, and we’re here to help you see how it unfolds. Check back often to learn everything you need to know.



Bear 16, Lion 14 (summarize)
Raiders 36, Cowboys 33, Old Testament (summarize)
Receipt thirty first, Saints 6 (summarize)


Eagle in Jaguar (GameTracker)
Panthers in Dolphin (GameTracker)
Jet plane in Texans (GameTracker)
Eagle in Giant (GameTracker)
Steelsmith in Bengali (GameTracker)
Sugarcane seller in Colts (GameTracker)
Titan in Patriots (GameTracker)
Charger in Broncos, 4:05 p.m. ET (Preview)
Rams in Packers, 4:25 p.m. ET (Preview)
Vikings in 49ers, 4:25 p.m. ET (Preview)
Brown in Ravens, 8:20 p.m. ET (Preview)


Seahawks in Washington, 8:15 p.m. ET (Preview)

Hilliard to the house

On Tuesday, the Titans promoted Dontrell Hilliard from the practice team. On Sunday, Hilliard crossed the line of script and ran away from everyone on his way to a 68-yard scoring machine. The unpretentious free agent of 2018 went over 100 yards in the first half with just eight attempts, giving Tennessee a much-needed offensive boost.

Entire extension!

Caught the candidate of the day for Jaguars’ Marvin Jones, who did the entire extension, single-handedly won against the Falcons.

Carson’s Colts Roll

The Colts ended up moving over ,500 after hitting the Invoices last week and now they’re processing brave cat and the Buccaneers – at least in the first half. Carson Wentz hit the ground twice while Tampa Bay made two turns, allowing Indianapolis to build a double-digit advantage against the defending Super Bowl Champions.

Alabama Connection

Tagovailoa 126 yards passed with about four minutes left before halftime. Former teammate in Alabama Jaylen Waddle there were 101 of them in five receptions, including the nine-yard score, and the Dolphins were in control versus the Press.

Without Cordarrelle Patterson, the Falcons were knocked out in a heavy loss to the Patriots in Week 11. However, Patterson returned on Sunday, and was caught up right where he had left before the injury, scoring two touches. first ball of the game and won a total of 91 goals. beach.

You were feeling uncomfortable!

That’s probably what Tee Higgins say to fill in the back corner James Pierre after beating him for 32 yards to give the Bengals a 17-3 lead in the second half.

INT is ridiculous

Not much to say about this Zach Wilson the containment beyond… WHAT DO YOU THINK?

All Cam Newton has done since re-signing with the Panthers is score. He now has six in less than 100 strikes after plunging into defence, turning and having one of his offensive linemen drag him into the final zone from a yard out.

Punt TD is blocked!

Winner of three in a row, the Dolphins got off to a great start against the Panthers thanks to the pawn Duke Riley. After coming in late, Riley went out to the right and blocked the ball, that Justin Coleman recover before crossing the goal line (with the help of teammates).

Big man drill bit!

The Texans looked great to score in first possession, but John Franklin-Myers there are other ideas. With Tyrod Taylor attempting to make a pass, Franklin-Myers sent the ball high into the air, knocked it and then rumbled throughout Houston’s 40 yards. The giveaway resulted in a Jets on-field goal to open the scoring.

Dig deep into the end zone

The Steelers wanted revenge for the Week 3 loss to the Bengals, but they got off to a bad start in Cincinnati. Joe Burrow limited one-touch opener for the home team with a favorable eight-yard touchdown.

Bucs tasked with stopping the NFL’s top trolley

Second year back Jonathan Taylor has been nearly unstoppable for the past six games, gobbling up 132.5 yards each and finding the final area a whopping 12 times, five of which have come from the Colts’ shellacking of the Bills last week.

On Sunday, the Buccaneers will be tasked with slowing Taylor down – a prospect they’ve reportedly appreciated ahead of 2020. NFL Drafts. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Taylor was on the “short list of candidates” that Tampa Bay considered choosing with the final 14th position. Promised to solve the attack Tristan Wirfs unavailable, the Colts are most likely prepared to stop Taylor this week rather than tweaking their game plan around him.

Turns out, Indianapolis was very fond of Taylor, too, but they were able to trade a few spots for him in the second round (41st overall). He’s been one of the best all-round defenders in the league since then, and now he’ll have the chance to show the Bucs exactly what they missed in passing him. NFL Week 12 Scores, Highlights, Updates, Fixtures: Jets’ Zach Wilson Throws Deadly INT in RB’s Back


PaulLeBlanc is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. PaulLeBlanc joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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