NFL Picks, Week 11 Forecasts: Packers Landscape; Browns Eagle Clip; The Patriots begin the playoffs


In Week 11 of the NFL season, there are five games between teams with record highs.

The action begins with a match between the Cardinals and the Seahawks – Thursday night’s football – a pair of 6 to 3 teams in the super-competitive NFC West.

On Sunday, the Titans and Ravens will meet in a 6-3 team battle at 1 p.m. ET time slot. The Packers (7-2) and Colts (6-3) are waiting for 16:25 ET. The Chiefs (8-1) and Raiders (6-3) will take part in Sunday night’s football match, while the Rams (6-3) will rise against the Buccaneers (7-3) in Monday night’s football match.

It’s a great schedule and an opportunity to improve our NFL national team record.

  • Last week: 7-7
  • Season: 57-39

With that in mind, below are our 11-week choices and forecasts:

NFL power ratings:
Crows, Seahawks free fall; Killer Murray Cardinals are in the top ten

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NFL Picks, 11 Week Predictions

  • Arizona Cardinals Seattle Seahawks (-3)

Thursday, 20:20 ET, FOX / NFL Network k

In the first meeting, the Cardinals won the thriller 37-34 and are approaching the emotional “Hello, Mary” victory over the Bills. Russell Wilson has to clear the turnover after throwing seven intercepted balls in the last four weeks – an extension involving three defeats. Seattle gets a rematch, but it’s already close.

Select: Seahawks 30, Cardinals 24

  • Philadelphia Eagles Club Cleveland Browns (-3.5)

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, FOX

In the last two matches, the Browns have fought bad weather, but the return of Nick Chubb ignited the running game. Chubb and Kareem Hunt are fighting the Eagles’ 26th place running defense, even though Carson Wentz, a defender Philadelphia, has moved to Cleveland to take off in 2016.

Select: Browns 24, Eagles 21

  • New Orleans Saints Atlanta Falcons (-6.5)

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, FOX

Drew Breeso’s condition will be monitored for a week, and it’s still a hot NFC South rivalry. Falcons rank 31st before the transfer. This is another chance for Alvin Kamara, who has 648 yards this season, to shine. New Orleans wins the tough.

Select: Saints 31, Falcons 28

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  • Cincinnati Bengals on the Washington football team (-1)

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS

Alex Smith – former national team no. 1 – has 300 or more court matches, but Washington has lost both times. It will be a demonstration of two of the best project teams from last year, along with Joe Burrow and Chase Young. Burrow leads Cincinnati’s last-minute victory.

Select: Bengals 26, Washington 23

  • New England Patriots in Houston (-1.5)

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS

Look no further, but the Patriots won the back-to-back match and could make the second-half AFC playoffs. Camas Newton did not take over in three games, and if that trend continues, New England will remain on the hunt.

Select: Patriots 23, Texas 19

  • Detroit Lions Carolina Panthers (-2)

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, FOX

What trend do you see along with Lions? Detroit has 2–4 ATS because it is 3–4 A / S when one result is played. The status of Teddy Bridgewater is not clear and we will believe the lions will return to .500.

Select: Leo 27, Panteros 24

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  • Pittsburgh Steelers (-10) Jacksonville Jaguars

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS

The Jaguars are in double digits for the second week in a row, but the difference will be the aggressive defense of the Steelers that will force Jake Luton into circulation. Pittsburgh improves the score to 10-0 for Ben Roethlisberger, who continues to spread wealth to talented receiver groups.

Select: Steelers 31, Jaguars 19

  • Tennessee Titans – Baltimore Ravens (-7)

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS

This is the hardest board game. Last season, the Titans competed Ravens basketball players in the AFC division playoffs for Derrick Henry, and Ravens have to answer after Sunday night’s football flop against the Patriots. Lamar Jackson presents here, but it won’t be easy.

Select: Crows 26, Titans 23

  • Miami Dolphins (-3) at the Broncos Club in Denver

Sunday, 16.05.05 ET, CBS

The Dolphins have the second longest series of NFL victories in five games, and Tua Tagovailoa plays effective, error-free football. It gives Broncos CEO John Elway another look at what a true franchisee can do.

Select: Delfinai 27, Bronkos 23

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  • New York Jets at the Los Angeles Chargers (-8.5)

Sunday, 16.05.05 ET, CBS

The Chargers suffered a series of three defeats and scored 29 or more points in six games. If the Jets are going to get their first win, this may be the place. Newbie midfielder Justin Herbert will not let that happen.

Select: Chargers 31, nozzles 23

  • Green Bay Packers – Indianapolis Colts (-1.5)

Sunday, 16:25 ET, FOX

The Packers opened as favorites, but the line moved to Indianapolis. Philip Rivers is a 1-3 starter against the Packers, but he collects an average of 372 yards per game in that match. Aaron Rodgers equates this to a fourth quarter thriller.

Select: Packers 33, Colts 27

  • Dallas Cowboys Minnesota Vikings (-7.5)

Sunday, 16:25 ET, FOX

The Cowboys had a week away to figure out the defender’s latest plan, but the bigger problem will be slowing Dalvin Cook on the road. Minnesota continues to advance into the NFC playoffs with another victory.

Select: Vikings 29, cowboys 20

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  • Kansas City executives (-7) at the Las Vegas Raiders Club

Sunday, 8:20 p.m. ET, NBC

The Chiefs were a double-digit favorite before the Oct. 10 match, and the Raiders broke down 40-32. Las Vegas play as a playoff team, but the Chiefs have learned their lesson. Kansas will not forget about the running game this time.

Select: Commanders 34, Raiders 26

  • Los Angeles Rams – Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-3.5)

Monday, 8:15 p.m. ET, ESPN

Aunai has been loved in the last six matches, so there is a rare chance to play under. Tampa Bay is 5: 0 when you score 30 or more points, so the best bet in Los Angeles would be if it didn’t become a shooting.

Select: Buccaneers 30, Aries 27

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