Week 11 Results (10-3) – Overall (100-48-1)
Incredibly short this week; just got back into town. Reached the 100 win mark last week and could have eclipsed it if I hadn’t gone for the upset reaches with Philly and
Chicago. On to the next one…
Vikings @ Bears
Jay Cutler is playing, and the Bears defense has to be pissed off after last week’s flop in
Raiders @ Bengals
AJ Green should have a field day against the Raiders secondary. Bengals win their third straight.
Steelers @ Browns
Maybe I’m getting suckered into this one, but
Cleveland has played
everyone close this year and get the Steelers and their third string QB at
home. Pittsburgh’s game plan is no secret – run
game and defense. Trent Richardson has
been fed over and over the past three weeks and responded tremendously. I’ll put my faith in the rookie. Having Joe Haden active seals it for me.
Bills @ Colts
Broncos @ Chiefs
They’ll miss Willis McGahee, but Peyton Manning should have little trouble beating a team that has absolutely nothing to play for.
Seahawks @ Dolphins
Falcons @ Bucs
This one looks like the shootout of the week to me. I love the way this
Tampa team is playing, and the Falcons have a
couple more losses in them. I think we
see one this week.
Titans @ Jaguars
Chad Henne is now the QB of the Jags after shining last week against the Texans. The Jags are still one of the two or three worst teams in the league, and Chris Johnson is playing at a high level again. It’s ugly, but the Titans get the win.
Ravens @ Chargers
Trap game of the week. The Ravens travel to
in between games against the Steelers. Baltimore is clearly the
better team, but if Philip Rivers hasn’t given up on the season after last
week’s loss, I think they squeak by the Ravens today.
49ers @ Saints
Let the Colin Kaepernick era begin. The Niners new starter rolls into
New Orleans looking to
knock off the resurgent Saints. This
could be the most entertaining game of the week. San
Francisco clearly has the better defense, and great
ones travel well. This new look offense
may not yet rival Drew Brees’ attack, but they’re going to be a dangerous force
with Kaepernick under center.
Rams @ Cardinals
Defense defense defense. The Cardinals break their six game losing streak on the back of their defense. New starting QB Ryan Lindley eliminates the big mistakes, and the Cardinals win a low scoring game at home.
Packers @ Giants
Eli and the Giants are struggling and get the under-the-radar Packers at home on SNF.
Green Bay has won five in
a row and are quietly back on top in the NFC North. Randall Cobb has a huge game as the Packers keep
the Giants on that downward trend.
Panthers @ Eagles
The Eagles are a team that I think have given up on the season, especially with how pitiful they looked last week at
The writing is on the wall, and it’s in bold italicized print – the Andy
Reid era has six games remaining. Cam
Newton has a big game on MNF.