NFL schedule 2012: Rams host struggling Jets in Week 11

Thearon W. Henderson

The New York Jets come in to town as the Rams are coming off a rare NFL tie.

The St. Louis Rams return home in Week 11, perhaps with a bad taste in their mouths following a rare tie in Week 10 on the road against the NFC West-leading San Francisco 49ers. They'll tangle with the struggling New York Jets with a chance to reassert themselves in the NFC Wild Card chase.

Sam Bradford threw for 275 yards as the Rams gave the division-leading 49ers a bigger test than most expected last week. The Rams had a few chances to win in overtime, but a scoreless draw for 15 minutes in the extra period resulted in the NFL's first tie since 2008.

The Jets, meanwhile, have struggled to find consistency this year, mainly under center where quarterback Mark Sanchez has done little to justify coach Rex Ryan's faith in him as the starting quarterback. The Jets could always give in to a vocal group of fans' desires to start Bradford's old college nemesis, backup quarterback Tim Tebow, and a couple of more losses to put them out of the AFC playoff chase might lead to that change.

The Rams (3-5-1) and Jets (3-6) meet at noon Sunday on CBS. Here's the rest of the NFL's Week 11 schedule. All times are CT.

Thursday, Nov. 15

Sunday, Nov. 18

Monday, Nov. 19

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