Texans, Patriots, Ravens Taste Victory

Matt Schaub and the Texans narrowly beat the Jaguars in overtime, 43-37. Tom Brady outdueled Andrew Luck in the Patriots' 59-24 win over the Colts. The Ravens edged the rival Steelers, 13-10.

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The 11th Sunday of the 2012 NFL Season was a wacky one that saw three overtime finishes as well as a handful of routs.

Texans stuff from National Report

Up in Foxboro, the New England Patriots throttled the Indianapolis Colts 59-24. Tom Brady completed 24 passes for 331 yards and three touchdowns to outshine Colts signal caller Andrew Luck. The rookie connected on 27 of 50 pass attempts for 334 yards and a pair of scores, but threw three costly interceptions, two of which were returned to the house as the Patriots cruised and improved to 7-3 on the year.

And finally in the Steel City, the Baltimore Ravens handed the Pittsburgh Steelers their first home loss of the season, 13-10. Byron Leftwich filled in for an injured Ben Roethlisberger and completed 18 passes for 201 yards with one interception. Leftwich also accounted for Pittsburgh's only touchdown of the game with a 31 yard run early in the first. Jacoby Jones returned a punt 63 yards to the house for Baltimore late in the opening quarter. And Justin Tucker added a pair of field goals as the Ravens prevailed despite only amassing 47 yards on the ground.

Week 11 wraps up Monday night when the 6-2-1 San Francisco 49ers play host to the 7-2 Chicago Bears. CineSign off.