Frank’s Week 11 NFL Picks

Pittsburgh @ Cleveland

Pitt has been struggling lately but I expect them to get back on track against the winless Browns

Baltimore @ Dallas

Dallas has been on fire since their opening week loss to the Giants.  Hard to see them slowing down at home against a Baltimore team without mnay impressive wins.

Jacksonville @ Detroit

Detroit has looked strong their last 5 weeks going 4-1.  I expect them to keep this up againts a below average Jacksonville team.

Tennessee @ Indianapolis

Tennessee won the first mathup earlier this year but I expect the Colts to seek revenge in one of the more evenly mathed games of the week.

Buffalo @ Cincinnati

Dalton and Co. have struggled this season but ecoect the defense to have more success then they did against Eli and the Giants receivers.

Tampa Bay @ Kansas City

Expect the 7th ranked defense to keep Jameis winston and the Bucs offense in check as the cheifs extend their winning streak to 6.

Chicago @ NY Giants

The Giants defense has actually looked strong as the big offseason moves are appearing to payoff.  I look for Cutler to be under pressure early and often from this Giants front 4.

Arizona @ Minnesota

Carson Palmer looked strong last week against the 49ers.  If his line can keep the pressure off him I expect Minnesotas recent slide to continue.

Miami @ Los Angeles

The Dolphins have won 4 straight after a rough start to the season.  Jared Goff will be making his first ever start as the Rams look to end their loosing streak.  I expect the Dolphins to pull out a close victory.

New England @ San Francisco

San Francisco just is not very good and the Pats, well, are real good.

Philadelphia @ Seattle

Philly has exceeded expectations this season but has struggled on the road with the only win coming at Chicago. I fully expect the Legion of Boom to keep Carson Wentz’s productivity to a minimum this week.

Green Bay @ Washington

Never count out Aaron Rodgers.  Look for a big game for Rodgers against the Washington secondary on Sunday night as the Packers look to get their season back on track.

 

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