Week 11 Picks
Dolphins at Bills – Bills, C.J. Spiller will prove too much to handle and the Dolphins wont have enough time to recover from their beat down only four days ago by the Titans
Packers at Lions – Lions, The Lions have one of the best passing attacks in the league, plus a game at home where they don’t have to face an injured Clay Mathews is enough for the upset.
Cardinals at Falcons – Falcons, The Falcons biggest weakness? Run defense. The Cardinals biggest weakness? Rush offense. Arizona doesn’t match up well and just isn’t skilled enough to keep up with Atlanta. It may be closer than people expect however.
Buccaneers at Panthers – Buccaneers, They are just too hot to slow down right now. Cam Newton will torch the Bucs defense in a high scoring affair, but Josh Freeman, Vincent Jackson, and Doug (Muscle Hamster) Martin will be enough for a Tampa Bay win.
Browns at Cowboys – Cowboys, Don’t look now, but the Cowboys are only 1.5 games out of first place in their division. They still have a losing record though.
Eagles at Redskins – Eagles, A battle of the teams in the cellar of the NFC east. Nick Foles has a stellar game and provides more critics with ammunition to go after Michael Vick.
Jets at Rams – Rams, Too much is going on in the Jets locker room to focus on a win against an underrated Rams team.
Bengals at Cheifs – Bengals, Reigning AFC offensive player of the week Andy Dalton has another big game against the lowly Chiefs.
Jaguars at Texans – Texans, Easiest win of the week.
Saints at Raiders – Saints, The Raiders make this one interesting, and I believe they will put some points on the board, but the Saints are catching fire at the exact moment they needed to.
Charges at Broncos – Broncos, Peyton Manning is just playing too well right now to pick against him.
Colts at Patriots – Patriots, Both teams are 6-3, however, the Patriots have 98 net points while the Colts have -15. That means that the Pats have scored 98 more points than their opponents combined this year and the Colts have scored 15 less than their opponents. Sometimes records can be deceiving.
Ravens at Steelers – Ravens, Big Ben is out, which means the Steelers have two weeks to get him healthy before they play the Ravens again. That game will be more interesting than this one.
Bears at 49ers – Bears, Saving the best game for Monday Night Football, the Bears win in a defensive struggle, whether or not either quarterback plays due to their concussions.