National Football League
          === Rainey, Pierre-Paul headline NFC's best for Week 11 ===
 New  York,  NY (  - Tampa Bay  Buccaneers running back Bobby
 Rainey,  New York  Giants  defensive end  Jason  Pierre-Paul and  Philadelphia
 Eagles punter Donnie Jones were named the NFC's top players for Week 11 of the
 NFL season.
 Rainey  ran for  163  yards  and scored  three  touchdowns  (two rushing,  one
 receiving)  in  the Buccaneers'  41-28 win  over the Falcons.  He is the first
 Buccaneer player in franchise history to record two rushing touchdowns and one
 receiving touchdown in the same game.
 In  his  second season  from Western  Kentucky, this  is Rainey's first career
 Player of the Week Award.
 Pierre-Paul  recorded an  interception-return for  a touchdown  while notching
 three tackles in the Giants' 27-13 victory over the Packers.
 This is Pierre-Paul's third career Player of the Week Award. He was previously
 honored twice in 2011 (Weeks 14 and 16).
 Jones  punted six  times for an average  of 50.7 yards per punt in the Eagles'
 24-16  home win  against the Redskins. He  placed four of his six punts inside
 the 20-yard line.
 This is Jones' first career Player of the Week Award.
 11/20 13:26:45 ET