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Week 11 Pro Football Predictions

Posted on: November 16th, 2017 by Rob Popeleski No Comments

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LAR @ Minnesota

Before the season started, not many would’ve predicted that these two teams would be among the top teams in the league. Los Angeles is ranked 1st in scoring behind Jared Goff. Goff is just one of four quarterbacks with over a 100 quarterback rating to go along with 16 touchdowns and 4 interceptions. On defense, Los Angeles has allowed the 3rd fewest points while Minnesota has allowed the 5th fewest points. Case Keenum is coming off a 4 touchdown day against Washington last week. Tough pick. Minnesota 27-24

Tennessee @ Pittsburgh

Tennessee has won 4 in a row but that came against teams with a combined record of 10-27. They are just 2-2 on the road this year. Pittsburgh didn’t play well last week at Indianapolis but they are the better team at home in this one. Pittsburgh 24-17

Detroit @ Chicago

These teams split the season series last year with each winning at home. Chicago lost another tough game at home last week against Green Bay. Matthew Stafford struggled against Chicago last year with just 1 touchdown and 4 interceptions in two games. Detroit has been better on the road than at home so far this season. Detroit 20-17

Jacksonville @ Cleveland

Jacksonville has won three in a row and have been particularly good on defense, holding opposing offenses to under 250 yards in 3 out of their last 4 games. Cleveland will have trouble scoring. Only way Jacksonville loses is if they make mistakes. Jacksonville 24-10

Philadelphia @ Dallas

These teams split the season series last year. Dallas was without offensive tackle Tyron Smith last week and allowed 8 sacks to Atlanta. They also lost Sean Lee and will be without Ezekiel Elliott the next five weeks. Philadelphia is rested after their bye and a win here could really hurt any chance Dallas has for getting back into the divisional race. Too many distractions and costly injuries for Dallas right now. Philadelphia 31-21

   Cincinnati @ Denver

Denver has won the last two meetings with Cincinnati. Denver’s defense struggled again last week and have now allowed over 800 yards in their last two games. couple that with their quarterback issues and things aren’t good in Denver. Cincinnati 20-17

Baltimore @ Green Bay

Green Bay got their first win without Aaron Rodgers last week. Baltimore has been inconsistent so far but are coming off a bye week. Green Bay lost running backs Aaron Jones and Ty Montgomery to injuries last week. Baltimore 23-19

Arizona @ Houston

Houston has been held to under 300 yards of total offense in the last two games without Deshaun Watson. Arizona could be without Drew Stanton this week. Low scoring. Arizona 19-16

Tampa Bay @ Miami

Miami looked like a team that gave up last week. They allowed 548 yards to Carolina including 294 on the ground. They’ve now lost their last three games. Tampa Bay 24-20

Washington @ New Orleans

New Orleans has won 7 straight, ranked 3rd in points scored, 5th in points allowed and have the 3rd best rushing offense in the league. New Orleans 34-21

Kansas City @ NYG

The NYG have been a mess. They have allowed 348 yards rushing in their last two games and are coming off a loss to previously winless San Francisco. Kareem Hunt has cooled off after a great start but this is a matchup that can get him back on track. New York is 30th against the run. Kansas City 30-20

New England vs Oakland

New England is looking like that team we expected before this season. They’ve won their last 5 and are playing better defensively as they’ve held opposing teams to less than 20 points in their last 5 games. New England 35-24

Buffalo @ LAC

Buffalo has decided to bench Tyrod Taylor in favor of rookie quarterback Nathan Peterman. Peterman threw for 79 yards and a touchdown on 7 of 10 passing last week. With Buffalo right in the mix for a wild card spot, this is a questionable decision to bench Taylor. LAC 24-20

Atlanta @ Seattle

Seattle has some injuries to key players, including a season-ending one to Richard Sherman last week. These teams met twice last year with each winning at home. Matt Ryan threw for 6 touchdowns against them in two games last year. Both games were high scoring so it wouldn’t be a surprise if we see that again. Atlanta 31-27

Record: Last week 10-4, Season 87-57

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