• Travis Kelce dominates: It was another huge performance for the Chiefs tight end, who finished with a 91.3 PFF receiving grade.
• Patrick Queen puts together his best game of the season: The Ravens linebacker produced a 90.6 PFF grade in a win over the Carolina Panthers.
• Jonathan Allen stands out in the trenches: The Commanders interior defensive lineman registered pressure on 17.6% of pass-rushing snaps.
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We'll be checking in on PFF grades and data each Monday when numbers are finalized, highlighting some of the interesting performances from Sunday’s action.
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PFF grade: 89.1
The Cincinnati Bengals came out on top in a tricky road encounter with the Pittsburgh Steelers, thanks in large part to Tee Higgins. Targeted 11 times, Higgins pulled in nine catches for 148 yards. While he didn’t have a touchdown, eight of his nine receptions went for a first down.
PFF grade: 93.4
Travis Kelce was once again at his dominant best as the Chiefs defeated the Chargers on Sunday Night Football. En route to a 92.8 PFF receiving grade, he had six receptions for 115 yards and three touchdowns. Eighty-nine of his 115 yards came after the catch, and he broke two tackles. Kelce has now produced a 90.0-plus PFF grade in four games this season.
PFF grade: 90.6
An underrated storyline for the Baltimore Ravens this season has been Queen's performance since Week 5, with a 75.0-plus PFF grade in all but one game over that stretch. Week 11 was his highest-graded showing of the season so far, particularly in the ground game. Queen made six tackles against the run, with all six resulting in a defensive stop.
PFF grade: 91.3
A seventh-round pick out of Idaho in 2019, Kaden Elliss had the best game of his career in the Saints' Week 11 win over the Rams. As a pass-rusher, he registered two sacks and two hurries on 11 snaps. And in coverage, he allowed just two receptions from 22 snaps and forced an incompletion.
PFF grade: 90.2
Jonathan Allen was tremendous for the Commanders in their Week 11 win over the Houston Texans, producing one of the best performances of his career. As a pass-rusher, he registered two sacks, two hits and two hurries from 34 snaps — a 17.6% pressure rate.