NFL picks, predictions for Week 11: Packers edge Colts; Browns clip Eagles; The Patriots begin the playoff push


Week 11 of the NFL season features five games between teams with winning records.

That action begins with the “Thursday Night Football” confrontation between the Cardinals and Seahawks – a 6-3 team pair in the super-competitive NFC West.

On Sunday, the Titans and Ravens clash in a 6-3 team battle in the 1 pm ET slot. The Packers (7-2) and Colts (6-3) meet at 4:25 pm ET. The Sunday Night Football game features the Chiefs (8-1) and Raiders (6-3), and the Monday Night Football game pits the Rams (6-3) against the Buccaneers (7-3). ).

It’s a great calendar and an opportunity to improve our NFL pick ‘em record.

  • Last week: 7-7
  • Season: 57-39

With that in mind, below are our choices and forecasts for Week 11:

Ravens, Seahawks in a free waterfall; Kyler Murray Cardinals enter the top 10

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NFL picks, predictions for Week 11

  • Arizona Cardinals to Seattle Seahawks (-3)

Thursday, 8:20 pm ET, FOX / NFL Network k

The Cardinals won a 37-34 thriller in the first meeting and came from an emotional Ave Maria victory against the Bills. Russell Wilson needs to clean up bills after pitching for seven interceptions in the last four weeks – an extension that includes three losses. Seattle gets the rematch, but it’s close.

Choose: Seahawks 30, Cardinals 24

  • Philadelphia Eagles to Cleveland Browns (-3.5)

Sunday, 1 pm ET, FOX

The Browns have dealt bad time in their last two games, but the return of Nick Chubb has turned the racing game on. Chubb and Kareem Hunt work against the Eagles ’26th-ranked defense, though Carson Wentz – the Philadelphia quarterback traded Cleveland to advance in the 2016 NFL Draft for – makes it interesting.

Choose: Browns 24, Eagles 21

  • Atlanta Falcons to New Orleans Saints (-6.5)

Sunday, 1 pm ET, FOX

The status of Drew Brees will be monitored during the week, and this remains a fierce rivalry with NFC South. The Falcons finished 31st against the pass. It’s another chance for Alvin Kamara – who has 648 receiving yards this season – to shine. New Orleans wins a close.

Choose: Santi 31, Falchi 28

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  • Cincinnati Bengals to Washington Football Team (-1)

Sunday, 1 pm ET, CBS

Alex Smith – a former No. 1 pick – has 300-yard touchdown runs, but Washington lost for both field goals. This will be a showcase for the top two picks in last year’s draft with Joe Burrow and Chase Young. Burrow led a last-minute win for Cincinnati.

Choose: Bengali 26, Washington 23

  • New England Patriots in Houston (-1.5)

Sunday, 1 pm ET, CBS

I’m not looking now, but the Patriots have won back games and could make an AFC playoff push of the second half. Cam Newton hasn’t pitched an interception in three games, and if this trend continues, New England will stay in the hunt.

Choose: Patriots 23, Texans 19

  • Detroit Lions to Carolina Panthers (-2)

Sunday, 1 pm ET, FOX

What trend do you take with the Lions? Detroit is 2-4 ATS as underdogs, but they are 3-2 S / U in point games. Teddy Bridgewater’s status is uncertain, and we have confidence in the Lions to return to .500.

Choose: Lions 27, Panthers 24

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  • Pittsburgh Steelers (-10) to Jacksonville Jaguars

Sunday, 1 pm ET, CBS

The Jaguars are double-digit underdogs for the second week in a row, but the difference will be an aggressive Steelers defense that will force Jake Luton to change. Pittsburgh improved to 10-0 behind Ben Roethlisberger – who continues to spread wealth to a group of talented receivers.

Choose: Steelers 31, Jaguars 19

  • Tennessee Titans to Baltimore Ravens (-7)

Sunday, 1 pm ET, CBS

This is the hardest game on the board to choose from. The Titans strangled the Ravens in the AFC division playoffs last season behind Derrick Henry, and the Ravens will have to respond after a Sunday Football flop against the Patriots. Lamar Jackson gets here, but it won’t be easy.

Choose: Crows 26, Titans 23

  • Miami Dolphins (-3) to Denver Broncos

Sunday, 4:05 pm ET, CBS

The Dolphins have the second-longest winning streak in the NFL in five games, and Tua Tagovailoa plays efficient football, without a hitch. Give John Elway the Broncos general manager another look at what a true franchise quarterback can do.

Choose: Delfini 27, Broncos 23

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  • New York Jets to Los Angeles Chargers (-8.5)

Sunday, 4:05 pm ET, CBS

The Chargers are hit in a three-game losing streak, and have given up 29 points or more in six straight games. If the Jets were to get their first win, then this might be the place. Rookie quarterback Justin Herbert won’t let him do it.

Choose: Chargers 31, Jets 23

  • Green Bay Packers to Indianapolis Colts (-1.5)

Sunday, 4:25 pm ET, FOX

The Packers opened as favorites, but the line moved to Indianapolis. Philip Rivers is 1-3 as a starter against the Packers, but has an average of 372 yards per game in these contests. Aaron Rodgers starred in a fourth-quarter thriller.

Choose: Packers 33, Colts 27

  • Dallas Cowboys to Minnesota Vikings (-7.5)

Sunday, 4:25 pm ET, FOX

The Cowboys have spent a week figuring out the last quarterback plan, but the biggest problem will slow down Dalvin Cook on the road. Minnesota continues to push back into the NFC playoff frame with another win.

Choose: Vikings 29, Cowboys 20

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  • Kansas City Chiefs (-7) to the Las Vegas Raiders

Sunday, 8:20 pm ET, NBC

The Chiefs were double-digit favorites ahead of the Oct. 10 game, and the Raiders went 40-32. Las Vegas plays like a playoff team, but the Chiefs have learned their lesson. Kansas City will not forget about the running game this time.

Choose: Chiefs 34, Raiders 26

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

Monday, 8:15 pm ET, ESPN

The Rams have been favorites in their last six games, so it’s rare to be able to play underdogs. Tampa Bay is 5-0 when they score 30 points or more, so Los Angeles ’best bet would be if that didn’t turn into a shootout.

Choose: Buccaneers 30, Rams 27

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