The Extra Point Poll: Week 11

The Xfinity Extra Point poll for week 11!

This week's edition of The Extra Point Poll presented by XFINITY is here. But before we delve into this week's poll participants, here are the top Twitter stories leading in to the games on Sunday.

The #Bears and #49ers square off on #MNF on @espn. The Bears will try to move forward w/o Jay Cutler while Alex Smith is back for the Niners.

This @steelers and @ravens game, missing Ray Lewis & Big Ben, but this rivalry is still one of the best in the NFL.

The Colts-NE rivalry is back with Luck vs. Brady. The present vs. the future in Foxborough and surprising playoff implications at stake.

#Manning and the @Denver_Broncos try to pull away in the AFC West against the Chargers as #Manning makes his MVP and comeback player of the year case.

In Week 10, Reggie Bush and Ray Rice did not light up the scoreboard, but one of them managed to come out on top in the Extra Point Poll. Bush carried the ball just 4 times for 21 yards in the Dolphins 37-3 loss to the Titans. Rice squeaked out the victory accumulating 35 yards on 13 carries and did score a touchdown in the Ravens 55-20 win over the Raiders.

In this week's edition of the Extra Point Poll presented by XFINITY , we focus on two quarterbacks facing off in a NFC North battle in the Motor City: Aaron Rodgers and Matthew Stafford. Rodgers, coming off his bye week, is looking more and more like the guy who won the MVP in 2011. Through eight games, he has thrown for just under 2,400 yards and 25 touchdown passes. Facing him this week is Matthew Stafford who has showcased his big arm through throwing for 2,700 yards this season. However, fantasy owners would like to see more as Stafford has thrown for only 11 touchdowns.

So, which quarterback will have the most passing yards in Week 11: Aaron Rodgers or Matthew Stafford? Vote now!

Austin Schindel

XFINITY Sports Guy


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