There's still more than a month and a half to go in the NFL regular season, but is Week 11 offering fans a preview of a game that will be played on Feb. 3? The "Monday Night Football" matchup between Kansas City and the Los Angeles Rams is already being touted by many as a Super Bowl LIII preview. The fact that the game has been relocated from Mexico City due to poor field conditions to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum will do little, if anything, to dispel the hype and anticipation surrounding this matchup.
But Chiefs-Rams is not the only intriguing pairing in Week 11, a slate that's impacted by the absence of six teams that are on bye. In fact, all three primetime games this week have plenty to offer, starting with Green Bay and Seattle getting together for "Thursday Night Football." The Packers and Seahawks are both currently on the outside looking in as it relates to the NFC playoff picture.
Speaking of the postseason, first place in the NFC North will be on the line Sunday night when Minnesota pays Chicago a visit. Other divisional matchups have Tennessee facing Indianapolis, Cincinnati taking on Baltimore and Denver matching up against the Los Angeles Chargers.
The two other games that carry plenty of intrigue are Dallas vs. Atlanta and Philadelphia vs. New Orleans. The Cowboys are looking to build off of last week's road victory over the Eagles in a matchup of 4-5 teams looking to build some momentum for the second half. Meanwhile, the defending Super Bowl champions look to get back to .500 against the red-hot Saints, winners of eight in a row.
So which teams will come out on top in every NFL game in Week 11? Athlon's own Rob Doster (AthlonDoster) and John Gworek (JohnGworek), along with AthlonSports.com contributor Bryan Fischer (BryanDFischer), predict the winners for every game this week:
NFL Week 11 Predictions
Teams on bye: Buffalo, Cleveland, Miami, New England, New York Jets, San Francisco
Dallas at Atlanta
Carolina at Detroit
Tennessee at Indianapolis
Tampa Bay at New York Giants
Cincinnati at Baltimore
*Pittsburgh vs. Cleveland in Week 1 and Minnesota vs. Green Bay in Week 2 both ended in ties.