Mike’s Week 11 NFL Picks

Pittsburgh @ Cleveland

Ben Roethisberger is 19-2 against the Browns, and I expect 20-2 after this one. Division games are tough on the road, but Big Ben and the Steelers should have no problems against Cleveland.

Baltimore @ Dallas

The Cowboys are rolling and the Ravens have been inconsistent all year. Dak Prescott should find ways against a tough Ravens defense, adding to their 8 game win streak.

Jacksonville @ Detroit

The Lions are in first place, and are on a great run. I see this as a trap game for the Lions. The Jaguars have been struggling all year, but I think Blake Bortles will find a way to steal this one.

Tennesse @ Indianapolis

Who wants to win the AFC South? I think Andrew Luck will find a way to pull this game off, and keep the Colts in the mix for a division title.

Buffalo @ Cincinnati

The AFC North is up for grabs. The Bengals have struggled all year, and this one should be a dogfight. I think Rex Ryan and the Bills are back to reality, and will find a way to lose this one. For Cincinnati, they will still be relevant for a division title.

Tampa Bay @ Kansas City

The Buccaneers should not be taken lightly, but the Chiefs always seem to find a way to win. Arrowhead is tough stadium to play in, and I expect that to give the Bucs problems.

Chicago @ NY Giants

This could be a trap game for the Giants, but I expect them to pull this one out. Their defense is rolling, and I expect them to continue their streak. Jay Cutler is a threat to win any game, but the Giants should win this game.

Arizona @ Minnesota

This is a must win for both teams. This could be the best game of the week. I expect the Vikings to end their 4 game losing streak, as the their defense will be too much for Carson Palmer and the Cardinals.

Miami @ Los Angeles

The Dolphins are eyeballing the playoffs. This is a game they should win, but the Rams defense is tough. I think Tannehill will have a tough day, and Jared Goff will do enough to win in his debut in Los Angeles.

New England @ San Francisco

New England is coming off a loss. This should be one of those games where they score 21 in the first quarter. Tom Brady is their quarterback, and they will win.

Philadelphia @ Seattle

The Seahawks defense will be a tough task for Carson Wentz. Wentz looks to have a bright future in this league, but I do not see him beating a Seattle team that is rolling.

Green Bay @ Washington

After this game, Aaron Rodgers will be saying “R-E-L-A-X.” They are still alive, and this will be a signature win for the Packers,a s they fight for a playoff spot.

Monday Night

Houston @ Oakland

The Raiders look like an elite football team. Brock Osweiler might have some chances against this Raiders defense, but Derek Carr looks like an MVP candidate this year, and should lead his team to victory in a possible shootout of a game.

 

 

 

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