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Drew Brees and the Super Bowl hopeful New Orleans Saints host the reigning champion Philadelphia Eagles in what looks a ‘Game of the Year’ candidate kind of matchup. The Saints still have future Hall of Fame quarterback Drew Brees running the show, but now, they’ve also got an impressive rushing attack and greatly improved defense – and a do-it-all dual-threat star in now, extremely valuable running back Alvin Kamara. The Eagles are back with what looks like a more improved roster on the team that just won it all a year ago. Philly looks loaded – and worse for their opponents – hungry, quite hungry.
After stunning the Steelers twice last season and once for a berth in the AFC Championship, the Jacksonville Jaguars will try to extend their surprising dominance of Pittsburgh, but the Steelers are always a major threat.
Let’s find out what’s going down with all of my NFL Week 11 picks.
2018 NFL Week 11 Early Betting Picks for Every Game
The Packers and Seahawks always seem to produce an ‘Instant Classic’ and this Week 11 matchup should be no different seeing as how these two look very evenly matched up heading into 2018 with their share of respective questions marks. In the end, you should back Russell Wilson and company to get the narrow home win over Aaron Rodgers and the Packers, mostly because they’re at home. Seahawks 31 Packers 28
Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018
Dallas Cowboys at Atlanta Falcons (-3)
The Falcons spanked the Cowboys 27-7 last season and I’m pretty much expecting another beat-down for the Boys in this Week 11 matchup as Matt Ryan has his way against a Cowboys secondary that just doesn’t look very scary. Falcons 28 Cowboys 20
Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears (+3)
While I believe the Bears are going to put up a good effort in this NFC North divisional showdown, the fact of the matter is that Minnesota is far superior on both sides of the ball. The Vikes win and cash in with room to spare in this ‘no-brainer’ of a pick! Vikings 28 Bears 17
Carolina Panthers at Detroit Lions (-2.5)
I like the Lions to put up a good effort in this Week 11 matchup, but Carolina has the big edge at head coach and on defense, plus Cam Newton is more of a game-changer at quarterback than Matthew Stafford. Last but not least, I’m expecting a breakout campaign from Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey while Detroit is still looking to identify their feature running back. Panthers 27 Lions 21
Tennessee Titans at Indianapolis Colts (+1)
Andrew Luck will bring his ‘A’ game but right now, I think most people would take Tennessee’s Marcus Mariota over the top pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. The Colts will put up a fight, but it just won’t be enough against a Tennessee team that simply has more talent, particularly on defense. Titans 28 Colts 23
Philadelphia Eagles at New Orleans Saints (-2)
Make no mistake about it, this is a Game of the Year kind of matchup that I am expecting to be a flat-out thriller. With the Saints playing at home and doing their very best to prove a point by beating the defending champs, I like New Orleans to get the narrow win in a memorable affair. Saints 31 Eagles 28
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New York Giants (-3)
I’m thinking the Giants will be in much better shape as a team by the time this Week 11 matchup rolls around than they will be at the start of the season. I’m going with Eli manning and the Giants to beat Jameis Winston and what I believe will be another dysfunctional campaign for Tampa Bay and one that gets head coach Dirk Koetter. Giants 28 Buccaneers 24
Houston Texans at Washington Redskins (+3)
Deshaun Watson dazzles and the Houston Texans’ defense manages to contain Washington’s Alex Smith to get the road win and cover. Texans 31 Redskins 21.
Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens (-6)
This Week 11 matchup looks like a simple call, seeing as how I like the Ravens and Bengals to split their two AFC North matchups with the home team winning but the road team covering the spread. Ravens 24 Bengals 21
Oakland Raiders at Arizona Cardinals (+1)
Simply put, I’m thinking that Oakland’s Derek Carr will be better than whoever starts this game for Arizona, whether it’s Sam Bradford or Josh Rosen. Raiders 31 Cardinals 24
Denver Broncos at Los Angeles Chargers (-4.5)
Did you know these longtime division rivals have split the last four meetings with the home team winning every time. I see another split coming between these two in 2018. I’m going with the Bolts to cover the spread. Chargers 31 Broncos 24
Pittsburgh Steelers at Jacksonville Jaguars (+1)
The Jaguars blasted the Steelers off the field in their stunning 30-9 Week 5 rout at Heinz Field and then they put on a terrific performance in their thrilling 45-42 win over Pittsburgh in the AFC Divisional round, in Pittsburgh – again. I’m feeling a three-peat coming in this one. Jacksonville 23 Pittsburgh 20
Monday, Nov. 19, 2018
Kansas City Chiefs at Los Angeles Chargers (-4.5)
The Che ifs emphatically swept the Chargers with a pair of emphatic double-digit victories a year ago. I like the Bolts to extract some revenge. Chargers 27 Chiefs 24