Week 11 of the 2020 NFL Season is in the books and looking back is important to help inform us of the games on the horizon. What happened should not be filed away but instead make note of the Week 11 Impressions, to point out what impressed us and what didn’t impress us in each game.

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What Impressed: That Arizona closed the gap on the leaders of the division this quickly is pretty impressive. Kliff Kingsbury has turned this team around in less than two years to where heading into Week 11, many believed the Cardinals could sweep the Seahawks this season. They might have if Murray didn’t get hurt.

What Didn’t Impress:
Compared to their previous matchup, this game was rather pedestrian but there was a lot of repeat in this rematch. The Cardinals still kept D.K. Metcalf in check, even after he scored a touchdown. The Seahawks minimized DeAndre Hopkins and stuffed the Cards’ running attack. But if there’s anything that stood out it was Kyler Murray. He may have got 269 yards and two scores but he was 29-for-42 with a 64.2 QBR. Murray was hit hard and looked like his throwing motion was affected for the rest of the game. We’d monitor how he practices this week and if there’s a story to follow here with Murray’s throwing shoulder.