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Posted at 12:15 PM ET, 11/21/2010

NFL Week 11 Live: Manning vs. Brady, Favre's last shot at Green Bay?

By Cindy Boren

Finally, it's Manning (Peyton) vs. Brady (Tom) day in the NFL. To find a quarterback rivalry as "durable and ubiquitous" as theirs, Mike Tanier writes, you have to go back to Starr vs. Unitas. Those two were 6-6 against each other. Brady vs. Manning has happened 11 times (eight in the regular season). Brady is 7-4, but Manning has won four of the last five. It's on and it's great.

The game between the Vikings and Packers has to be Brett Favre's last against his former team, doesn't it? Doesn't it?

Chris Chester, the Baltimore Ravens' right tackle, will not play today as he recovers from a skin infection, a source tells the National Football Post. Chester was hospitalized because of a high fever that resulted from an infected cut. "Chris has a skin issue, had to go to the hospital," Coach John Harbaugh said of Chester's hospitalization Friday. "It's not serious, but it's something that was causing him a lot of pain. I don't know what the name of it is, but they're going to work on the infection and make sure it's okay."

Rob Lytle, former University of Michigan and Denver Broncos running back, has died at the age of 56.

Now, let's watch some fubball and take this to Twitter. Or jump into the comments. Your choice. After the Redskins' game in Tennessee, join me for a chat.

Join the conversation and see your NFL tweets here with #nflwp

By Cindy Boren  | November 21, 2010; 12:15 PM ET
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