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After a disastrous week nine, we bounced back with a 7-5 record in week 10. We correctly predicted the New York Jets and San Francisco 49ers to win outright as 4.5-point underdogs, as well as nailing picks on the Philadelphia Eagles, Denver Broncos, and Seattle Seahawks winning big. Our only terrible prediction in week 10 was the Cincinnati Bengals to defeat the Cleveland Browns, but it was impossible to handicap the fact that quarterback Andy Dalton would forget how to throw a football. Week 11 has some tasty values, and we'll let you know where Las Vegas has screwed up.
NFL Record Year-to-Date: 74-65-1
Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins -5.5
These AFC East teams both have strong defenses, and now that Miami lost Brandon Albert on the offensive line, I'd call the offenses close to even. Take the Bills here because this game should be decided on a late field goal.
Houston Texans at Cleveland Browns -3.5
Cleveland has some momentum, but I still look at them as being very average on both sides of the football. Houston is another team that is around average on both sides of the football, but I've been a huge Ryan Mallett supporter since his college days. He'll make the offense better, so take the Texans.
Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears -3
I don't trust either of these defenses, but ultimately, the Bears are at home and need the win more. Go with Chicago to win by six in a shootout where both teams put up 30 or more.
Seattle Seahawks at Kansas City Chiefs -1.5
The Seahawks aren't as strong defensively this year thanks to new rules the NFL has added, but they're still a very strong team overall. While I don't trust Kansas City's defense as much as most do, Seattle usually plays poorly on the road. Let's roll the dice and take the Chiefs.
Atlanta Falcons at Carolina Panthers -1.5
Carolina should win this game easily. Atlanta's defense can't stop anyone and the Panthers' defense should be fired up at home. Cam Newton has his teammates finally come to play in a double digit victory.
Cincinnati Bengals at New Orleans Saints -7.5
The Bengals have been atrocious recently, but they don't deserve to be this large of underdogs. New Orleans doesn't play much defense, and their offense isn't clicking like they have in previous seasons. This is a winnable game for Cincinnati, as these odds are very generous.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Washington Redskins -7.5
Tampa Bay has plenty of issues, but so do the Redskins. In a game between two teams with lost defenses, I'll always take the big underdog. Washington hasn't looked right, so they could lose this one.
Denver Broncos -9.5 at St. Louis Rams
St. Louis is going back to Shaun Hill at quarterback, but I doubt it will matter much. The Broncos are pretty much a sure thing to score points against any team, and I can't see St. Louis moving the ball enough to keep this one close. Denver by 16.
San Francisco 49ers -4 at New York Giants
The 49ers are back on track and finally had a close game where botched calls didn't go against them. New York has a ton of injuries right now and won't be able to hang against a team that could legitimately win the rest of their games this season (yes, including a matchup at Seattle). Take the 49ers.
Oakland Raiders at San Diego Chargers -10.5
The Raiders played the Chargers close until the end the first time around, and their offense seems to be improving. The problem for Oakland is that their defense can't stop anyone, so expect the Chargers to score 30 or more at home. This is a tough call, but I see the Chargers winning by 13.
Philadelphia Eagles at Green Bay Packers -6
The Packers and Eagles both look excellent, but I still don't trust either defense. Both units are at their best when their team has huge leads, but this game sets up to be a slugfest where both squads score at will. Take the Eagles to keep it close.
Detroit Lions at Arizona Cardinals -2
The Cardinals are without Carson Palmer for the rest of the year. They won't have any time to throw against one of the best defensive lines in the NFL. Detroit will struggle to move the ball as well, but no one in the league can cover Calvin Johnson, and I feel they have a better shot to score. Take Detroit.
New England Patriots at Indianapolis Colts -3
Tom Brady and the offense looks great, but it's easy to forget that the Patriots don't have a good defense. Indianapolis can't be trusted to stop anyone either, but I think Andrew Luck and company can win by six at home, as Brady comes back down to earth a bit.
Pittsburgh Steelers -6 at Tennessee Titans
The Titans had their chance to score against Baltimore's terrible defense last week versus, but failed. It's tough to trust them this week in a similar position. Look for Pittsburgh to score 30 or more with the Titans unable to keep up. Steelers by 11.