Thanks to his superb performances in week 11 of the National Football League (NFL), who led their respective teams to victory, travis kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs, and Tony Pollard of the dallas cowboyswere chosen Offensive Players of the Week.

Kelce, in the Chiefs’ win over the AFC West rival Los Angeles Chargers, which incidentally is the second time this year they’ve beaten them, was once again the No. 1 choice for quarterback. patrick mahomes.

The talented tight end finished with 115 yards on just 6 receptions, catching 3 touchdown passes, his second game of the year with 3 or more receiving touchdowns, reaching 11 touchdowns, leading the NFL by air.

The Chiefs are on a positive streak, having won their last 4 games in a row, with a record of 8 wins and only 2 losses, the best in the American Conference, and the second best in the NFL, behind only Philadelphia’s 9-1 Eagles.

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As for the performance of Pollard, running back for the Cowboys, who won the recognition of Offensive Player of the Week in the National Conference, he shone with his own light in the unexpected beating against the Minnesota Vikings for 40-3.

Tony Pollard, running back for the Cowboys. Photo: AFP

Tony Pollard covered 80 yards on 15 carries, in addition to adding 109 passing yards on 6 receptions, scoring twice in this way, adding a total of 189 yards.

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According to NFL Research, Tony Pollard is only the second player in Cowboys history to have 100 or more receiving yards and 2 or more receiving touchdowns in one game.

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