Week 11 NFL Preview (1pm Sunday Games)

WEEK 11 NFL PREVIEW TNF AND EARLY SUNDAY BOARD

WRITTEN BY MICHAEL BARON

Every team In the NFL has now officially played more than half their schedules. The playoff picture is starting to take shape and we’ve got some great races around the league. Let’s break down this week’s match-ups as we start the stretch run in the regular season.

SUNDAY 1:00

EAGLES (3-5-1) AT BROWNS (6-3) Well, the Eagles are still in firs place in the NFC East so there’s that. Coming off a loss to the Giants, the Eagles head to Cleveland to take on a Browns team looking to get into the playoffs. They are coming off a win over Houston last week. LINE CLE-3.5 O/U 46.5

FALCONS (3-6) AT SAINTS (7-2) The Falcons have been playing much better of late but it might be too late for this team to make any noise. The Saints are in first place but the loss of Drew Brees is going to hurt big time. In comes Jameis Winston. LINE NO-5 O/U 51.5

BENGALS (2-6-1) AT WASHINGTON (2-7) At least Joe Burrow and Tee Higgins look like the real deal. Next. LINE WAS-2 O/U 46.5

LIONS (4-5) AT PANTHERS (3-7) Detroit still believes they are in this thing but they are going to need to get hot fast. Year one with Matt Rhule as HC hasn’t been a complete disaster. LINE CAR-1.5 O/U 45.5

STEELERS (9-0) AT JAGUARS (1-8) Pittsburgh shook off a sloppy win against Dallas with a total drubbing of the Bengals last week and look to remain undefeated. Don’t sleep on the Jags, even with one win. They play hard, have a young stud RB in James Robinson, and took Green Bay to the end last week. LINE PIT-9 O/U 46.5

TITANS (6-3) AT RAVENS (6-3) When Baltimore falls behind, they struggle. This was evident on Sunday night as the struggling Ravens lost to the Pats. The Titans have lost three out four but come into this one with a little time to game plan. This is my Premier Play of the Week so call me directly for the big winner of this match-up. LINE BAL-6.5 O/U 48.5

PATRIOTS (4-5) AT TEXANS (2-7) Last season this would have been a premier match-up, but the Pats believe they can still make a run. The Texans are a dumpster fire. LINE NE-2.5 O/U 48.5

 

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Michael Baron, WagerPro contributor