NFL Week 11 Predictions: New England Patriots Edge Out Indianapolis

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Nov 9, 2014; Oakland, CA, USA; Denver Broncos quarterback

Peyton Manning

(18) prepares to throw a pass against the Oakland Raiders in the third quarter at Coliseum. The Broncos defeated the Raiders 41-17. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

Saints 35 Bengals 24

New Orleans is struggling, but they will get back on track against a reeling Cincinnati group that just got obliterated by the Browns. Drew Brees has had a mediocre season, but Andy Dalton will not be outscoring him in that dome anytime soon. Dalton continues to prove he was worth that huge deal by throwing three more interceptions.

Redskins 27 Buccaneers 20

I told everyone the Skins should have started Colt McCoy two weeks ago. He went to Dallas and beat the Cowboys on Monday night, and then Robert Griffin III lost at Minnesota. Either way, Washington should beat the Bucs tomorrow. Tampa Bay is the worst team in the worst division in football. That should be all you need to know.

Broncos 38 Rams 17

St. Louis will hang in this one for a little while based on the strength of their home crowd and defense, but Shaun Hill couldn’t keep up with Peyton Manning if he were blessed with superpowers. Manning has a strong second half and the Broncos run away with this one.

49ers 31 Giants 17

The Niners are coming off a very impressive overtime win in New Orleans, while the Giants are coming off an embarrassing meltdown in Seattle. The Giants gave up a whopping 350 rushing yards against the Seahawks, so expect San Francisco’s ninth ranked rushing attack to exploit that weakness tomorrow afternoon.

Chargers 34 Raiders 20

Could Oakland go 0-16 this year? It is very possible. Phillip Rivers will try to get the struggling Chargers back on track at home against the winless Raiders, and he will get it done with a little help from his defense. Derek Carr gets picked off four times, with two of them getting returned for touchdowns.

Packers 38 Eagles 34

If it weren’t for Brady-Luck on Sunday night, this would easily be the best game of the week. Two of the best offenses in the NFL squaring off against two horrid defenses? Yes please. Philly and Green Bay will have no trouble moving the ball against each other, but I’m giving the Packers the win because Aaron Rodgers is much better than Mark Sanchez, and I trust the Packers to get one key stop late in the game. The Eagles will not stop Rodgers all game long.

Cardinals 20 Lions 17

I really have no idea how this game is going to turn out. If Carson Palmer were in, I would give Arizona the win with no questions asked. However Drew Stanton against that ferocious front is scary for Cardinals fans. But at the end of the day, Matthew Stafford will throw three interceptions against the team that has racked up the most picks in the league, and Arizona wins on a late field goal.

Steelers 34 Titans 16

What I want to know is how the hell this game got on Monday night football. The Titans are horrible, and the Steelers will obliterate them this week. Ben Roethlisberger will be very mad after getting embarrassed by the Jets in week 10, so 400+ yards is not out of the question against the 22nd ranked defense in the league.