Coming out of their bye week, Washington Redskins interim head coach Bill Callahan has named rookie Dwayne Haskins the Skins’ starter for the rest of the season. Haskins made his first official start against Buffalo prior to the team’s Week 10 bye and struggled, but the Skins have nothing left to play for so may as well give him the job. Here’s a look at every NFL Week 11 game with an ATS pick and Mybookie NFL odds.
2019 NFL Week 11 Odds, Overview & Predictions for Each Game
Pittsburgh at Cleveland (-2.5)
Thursday night game and first meeting of the season between AFC North rivals. The Steelers rarely lost to the Browns when QB Ben Roethlisberger was healthy, with Big Ben going 23-2-1 against Cleveland in his career. But he’s of course out this season injured. Pick: Browns.
Dallas at Detroit (+3.5)
Big question here is whether Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford will play. Coach Matt Patricia said Stafford (back) is “truly day by day, week to week.” He missed Sunday’s loss to Chicago, snapping a streak of 136 consecutive starts. Jeff Driskel will continue to start under center if Stafford remains sidelined. NFL Week 11 Pick: Cowboys if Stafford is out.
New Orleans at Tampa Bay (+5.5)
The Saints were stunned at home as 14-point favorites this past Sunday by Atlanta. The Falcons had been on a six-game losing streak and the Saints on a six-game winning streak. Saints CB Marshon Lattimore is week to week with a hamstring strain suffered in Sunday’s Week 10 loss to the Falcons. Lattimore is one of the Saints’ top defensive players.
Atlanta at Carolina (+5.5)
First meeting between NFC South rivals with the Falcons sweeping last year. The Falcons snapped a six-game skid Sunday with a huge upset in New Orleans, while Carolina lost in Green Bay. Kyle Allen completed 28-of-43 passes for 307 yards, one touchdown, and one interception in the Carolina loss. Pick: Panthers.
Jacksonville at Indianapolis (-3)
Jags off their bye week, while the Colts are off a shocking home loss to Miami. Will starting QB Jacoby Brissett play? He didn’t in Week 10. Coach Frank Reich said Brissett (knee) will start this week if he’s a full participant in practice Wednesday. It will be Brian Hoyer again if Brissett can’t go. Pick: Colts.
Denver at Minnesota (-10.5)
Broncos are off their bye, while Minnesota was an upset winner at the Cowboys on Sunday night. New Denver coach Vic Fangio knows the Vikings well as he was a former defensive coordinator of the Chicago Bears and they swept the Vikes last year. Pick: Vikings.
NY Jets at Washington (-1)
The Redskins are off their bye week. The Jets knocked off the Giants on Sunday but lost top guard Brian Winters to a dislocated shoulder. In addition, Jets coach Adam Gase said tight end Chris Herndon (ribs) will be out “an extended amount of time.” NFL Week 11 Pick: Jets.
Buffalo at Miami (+5.5)
Wasn’t Miami supposed to be tanking? The Fins won their second straight game Sunday, upsetting the Colts. The Bills lost in Cleveland but go for the season sweep of Miami. Buffalo beat the Fins 31-21 in Week 7. Tre’Davious White forced two second-half turnovers, and Micah Hyde returned an onside kick for a touchdown. Pick: Bills.
Houston at Baltimore (-4)
Terrific matchup of young star quarterbacks and MVP candidates in Houston’s Deshaun Watson and Baltimore’s Lamar Jackson.
They haven’t met as professionals but did in college when Watson was at Clemson and Jackson at Louisville. Pick: Ravens.
Arizona at San Francisco (-14.5)
Short week for Niners after hosting Seattle on Monday. Cards rookie quarterback Kyler Murray, who has 2,553 passing yards and 351 rushing yards in his first 10 starts, has joined Daunte Culpepper (2000), Can Newton (2011) and Deshaun Watson (2017-18) as the only quarterbacks to record at least 2,500 passing yards and 250 rushing yards in their first 10 career starts in NFL history. NFL Week 11 Pick: Cardinals.
New England at Philadelphia (+3.5)
Rematch of a wild Super Bowl from two seasons ago won by the Eagles behind game MVP Nick Foles. He’s in Jacksonville now, though. Both clubs are off their bye week. New England is off its first loss of the season, dominated by Baltimore. Pick: Eagles.
Cincinnati at Oakland (-10.5)
Bengals remain the lone winless team in the NFL and were embarrassed at home by the Ravens on Sunday. Ryan Finley completed 16-of-30 passes for 167 yards, one touchdown, and one interception in his first NFL start. He will start again this week. The Raiders are on extra rest after beating the Chargers on Thursday in Week 10. Pick: Raiders.
Chicago at LA Rams (-6.5)
Two disappointing division winners from 2018; the Bears beat the visiting Rams 15-6 late last regular season. Chicago saved its 2019 campaign with a home win over Detroit on Sunday, while the Rams were upset in Pittsburgh as they turned it over four times. NFL Week 11 Pick: Rams.
Kansas City vs. LA Chargers (+3.5)
The Monday night game and also in Mexico City – Chargers will be the designated home team. It’s the first meeting of the season between AFC West rivals. They split last year, each winning on the road. Pick: Chargers.
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