Top Alabama Offensive Performances in the NFL: Week 11

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Julio Jones - The wide receiver had six catches, 91 yards - Jones' scoreless streak extended to seven games, but he remains a dominant receiver capable of big yardage week after week. Up next is a trip to Tampa Bay, which is rated 32nd in passing defense. It's an opportunity begging Jones to snap his streak.

Josh Jacobs - The running back had 23 rushes for 112 yards - Despite not finding the end zone, Jacobs went for over 100 rushing yards for the fourth time this year. He remains a consistent weapon for the Raiders every week.

Calvin Ridley - The wide receiver had eight catches, 143 yards, one touchdown - Ridley was tied with Julio Jones at eight targets a piece, hauling in everyone in route to a phenomenal Sunday. Up next are the Buccaneers who should provide an opportunity for Ridley to continue this success next week.

Mark Ingram II - The running back had a remarkable game with 13 rushes, 48 yards; three catches, 37 yards, two touchdowns - An average day on the ground was more than made up for with Ingram finding his way into the end zone twice in the passing game. His flexibility to get yards in both areas will be crucial as the Saints face the Rams next week.