With the eleventh Sunday of the NFL season over, these three teams put on the most impressive performances of week eleven. The New Orleans Saints came back against the Washington Redskins, the Minnesota Vikings shutdown the Los Angeles Rams, and the Philadelphia Eagles showed why they have the best record in the league in the second half against the Dallas Cowboys.

New Orleans Saints

With just under six minutes left in the fourth quarter, the New Orleans Saints were losing 31-16 at home to the Washington Redskins. In the second half, they had been outscored 14-3, and it seemed that the team's seven-game winning streak was about to end.

Drew Brees then drove the Saints down the field and scored on a two-yard touchdown pass to Josh Hill to cut it to 31-23. Washington then got the ball back and went three-and-out, with Samaje Perine stuffed on third-and-one, on a play that would have ended the game if the Redskins converted.

Brees then drove the Saints down again, as they scored on a 16-yard touchdown pass to Alvin Kamara and then got the two-point conversion to tie the game with 1:05 left. The Saints defense then stopped Washington from scoring before overtime and then made them go three-and-out to start overtime.

Mark Ingram then managed to rush for 51 yards on two carries and Will Lutz made the 28-yard field goal to give them a 34-31 win. New Orleans now heads to Los Angeles next week to take on the Rams.

Minnesota Vikings

Going into the fourth quarter at home against the high-powered Los Angeles Rams, the Minnesota Vikings had managed to hold them to seven points, which they scored on their opening drive.

The Rams were on the verge of scoring again in the second quarter, but Anthony Harris forced rookie Cooper Kupp to fumble at the one-yard line.

Unfortunately for the Vikings, they had also only managed seven points and kicker Kai Forbath had missed two field goals. However, they struck at the start of the fourth quarter by scoring on a two-yard touchdown run by Latavius Murray.

Minnesota then basically put the game away after Adam Thielen turned a short throw into a 65-yard touchdown, as the Vikings ended up winning 24-7. Next week, they face a key road test on Thanksgiving day against the Detroit Lions.

Philadelphia Eagles

At halftime of Sunday night's game against the Dallas Cowboys, the Philadelphia Eagles were losing 9-7.

They had only managed one touchdown and also missed a short field goal, despite the fact that they had forced Dak Prescott into two interceptions.

In the second half, the Eagles showed why they have the best record in the NFL, as they scored 30 unanswered points to embarrass the Cowboys in Dallas 37-9. MVP candidate Carson Wentz threw two touchdown passes, Corey Clement ran one in, and the defense returned a fumble for a touchdown. Now, the Eagles head back home to face the Chicago Bears next week.