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NFL Predictions: Week 11 Picks for Every Game

NFL Predictions: Week 11 Picks for Every Game

Athlon's experts pick every winner for every game on the Week 11 slate

After the weekend that just transpired, there’s no telling what to expect in the NFL moving forward. The Week 10 slate was bookended by stunning upsets with several more on Sunday, and we also had the first tie of the season. So what’s on the docket for Week 11?

The action gets started with New England facing Atlanta on “Thursday Night Football.” Yes, it’s technically a Super Bowl LI rematch (insert 28-3 jokes here) but the reality is the two teams don’t look anything like the ones that played for the Lombardi Trophy more than four years ago. The more important thing is that the Patriots have rattled off four wins in a row and are on Buffalo’s heels in the AFC East while the Falcons just got blasted by Dallas.

On Sunday, the Bills will look to maintain their lead in the division when they host the Colts as part of the early window of games. Other 1 p.m. ET matchups include an intriguing one between Baltimore and Chicago, which will pair Lamar Jackson and Justin Fields. Elsewhere, Tennessee will go for its seventh straight win at home against lowly Houston and Minnesota will try and close the gap in the NFC North when the Vikings host Green Bay.

And don’t forget about the Ron Rivera Bowl between Washington and Carolina. Not only will it mark Rivera’s return to Bank of America Stadium, it also will be Cam Newton’s first home game since re-signing with the Panthers.

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The late-afternoon slate is light but doesn’t lack for intrigue. Cincinnati is in Las Vegas in a matchup of 5-4 AFC teams with playoff aspirations and both Seattle and Arizona will be looking to bounce back in a pivotal divisional game, especially for the 3-6 Seahawks. But the spotlight will be on the Cowboys’ trip to Arrowhead Stadium to face a surging Kansas City team that has won three in a row and looked like its old self in a rout of the Raiders this past Sunday night. The Cowboys are 7-2 and coming off of a 40-point win over the Falcons.

In prime time it’s Pittsburgh vs. the Los Angeles Chargers on “Sunday Night Football.” The Steelers are dealing with injuries and COVID-19 concerns (and coming off a tie with Detroit) while the host Chargers have lost three of their last four. Week 11 concludes with the Giants facing the Buccaneers on “Monday Night Football.” New York is coming back from its bye to tangle with a Tampa Bay team that’s seething after losing back-to-back games (with a week off sandwiched in between).

So which teams will come out on top in every NFL game in Week 11? Athlon's own Rob Doster (@AthlonDoster), and Ben Weinrib (@benweinrib), along with AthlonSports.com contributors Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) and Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) predict the winners for every game this week.

NFL Week 11 Predictions

Teams on bye: Denver, Los Angeles Rams

Rob DosterBryan FischerBen WeinribAaron Wilson

New England at Atlanta (TNF)

Patriots

Patriots

Patriots

Patriots

Indianapolis at Buffalo

Bills

Bills

Bills

Bills

Washington at Carolina

Panthers

Panthers

Panthers

Panthers

Baltimore at Chicago

Ravens

Ravens

Ravens

Ravens

Detroit at Cleveland

Browns

Browns

Browns

Browns

San Francisco at Jacksonville

49ers

49ers

49ers

49ers

Green Bay at Minnesota

Packers

Packers

Packers

Packers

Miami at New York Jets

Dolphins

Dolphins

Dolphins

Dolphins

New Orleans at Philadelphia

Eagles

Saints

Saints

Eagles

Houston at Tennessee

Titans

Titans

Titans

Titans

Cincinnati at Las Vegas

Bengals

Raiders

Bengals

Raiders

Dallas at Kansas City

Cowboys

Cowboys

Chiefs

Cowboys

Arizona at Seattle

Cardinals

Seahawks

Cardinals

Seahawks

Pittsburgh at Los Angeles Chargers (SNF)

Chargers

Chargers

Chargers

Chargers

New York Giants at Tampa Bay (MNF)

Buccaneers

Buccaneers

Buccaneers

Buccaneers

Week 10

6-7

6-7

6-7

7-6

Season Total

93-56

99-50

93-56

98-51

Note: Detroit-Pittsburgh in Week 10 ended in a tie.