NFL Weekly Picks – Week 11

One more week down in the NFL, the playoff picture is starting to get interesting and our pick ’em is getting heated.


Chicago Bears (6-3) @ Miami Dolphins (5-4)

Z: Dolphins. The return of the Wildcat could cause some troubles for the Bears

D: Da Bears. after a solid win against Minnesota, they will have the confidence to beat Miami.


Cleveland Browns  (3-6) @ Jacksonville Jaguars (5-4)

Z: Browns. The Browns could take this one away from playoff hopeful Jacksonville.

D: Browns. Tough loss to the Jets last week, I think the Browns just have a better team than the Jaguars.

Detroit Lions (2-7) @ Dallas Cowboys (2-7)

Z: Lions. I don’t think the magic from last week’s win carries over.

D: Cowboys, at home, Kitna can help this Cowboys team to a 3rd win.

Oakland Raiders (5-4) @ Pittsburgh Steelers (6-3)

Z: Steelers. Just don’t see the Raiders winning this one.

D: Steelers. There are a lot of reasons…

Washington Redskins (4-5) @ Tennessee Titans (5-4)

Z: Titans. After last week’s destruction from the Eagles, the Titans can possibly do something similar.

D: Titans, McNabb has struggled and I think the Titans will take advantage of it.

Houston Texans (4-5) @ New York Jets (7-2)

Z: Jets. It seems so long ago that the Texans looked really promising, I think the Jets put them back one step further.

D: Jets. The Texans have shot at a road upset, but I wouldn’t bet on it.

Baltimore Ravens (6-3) @ Carolina Panthers (1-8)

Z: Ravens. Panthers have no run game to even try and pull an upset.

D: Ravens. I think the Ravens D will really put a hurting on the Panthers.

Green Bay Packers (6-3) @ Minnesota Vikings (3-6)

Z: Packers. Packers are gonna start looking to put away their division with a win this weekend.

D: Packers. I think the pack will stomp the Vikes.

Arizona Cardinals (3-6) @ Kansas City Chiefs (5-4)

Z: Chiefs. They need this win and the Cardinals are a beatable team.

D: Chiefs. I really think this Cardinals team is not very good. The Chiefs kill em.

Buffalo Bills (1-8) @ Cincinnati Bengals (2-7)

Z: Bills. Bills are bad, but they look good in most of their games. The Bengals usually suck for four quarters.

D: Bengals. They’ve been bad, but he Bills have been worse.

Seattle Seahawks (5-4) @ New Orleans Saints (6-3)

Z: Saints. Seahawks can give them a run for their money, but the Saints pull this one out.

D: Saints. This one will be easy if Bush plays, but will still be pretty easy even if he doesn’t.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-3) @ San Francisco 49ers (3-6)

Z: Bucs. Freeman is turning into a big time QB, luckily for me he’s on my fantasy team and he has another big week in store.

D: Bucs. The Niners are good but Freeman should be able to top them on the road.

Atlanta Falcons (7-2) @ St. Louis Rams (4-5)

Z: Falcons. It’ll be a fun game to watch.

D: Falcons. I think White has another HUGE game.

Indianapolis Colts (6-3) @ New England Patriots (7-2)

Z: Colts. This is a tough one to pick, but I think the Patriots young defense gives in and the Colts win.

D: Colts. I think that the Pats D will be exposed by Manning.

New York Giants (6-3) @ Philadelphia Eagles (6-3)

Z: Eagles. Giants will pressure Vick, but he will make some big plays anyway.

D: Eagles. Vick won’t duplicate last weeks performance but he’ll have another good one.


Denver Broncos (3-6) @ San Diego Chargers (4-5)

Z: Chargers. Bronco’s cant duplicate last week’s performance and the Chargers get back to .500.

D: Chargers. The Broncos won’t be able to beat up on the Chargers the way they did the Chiefs.

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