Ten weeks into the NFL regular season and while a few teams have started to pull away slightly in their respective division, every team, except for three, is still very much alive for a playoff spot. Once again, the operative word this season appears to be parity.
Philadelphia and Pittsburgh each have three-game leads in their divisions and in the Eagles’ case, they can put even more distance between them and the Cowboys with a win Sunday night in Dallas. The Cowboys lost to the Falcons in their first game without Ezekiel Elliott and now host a Philadelphia team that was won seven in a row and is coming off of its bye.
The Steelers kick the Week 11 slate off at home against a Titans team that is tied with the Jaguars for first in the AFC South. Jacksonville, which survived in overtime last week against the Chargers, will be in Cleveland to take on the Browns, who are the only winless team following San Francisco’s victory over the Giants last Sunday.
The most intriguing matchup of the week is in Minnesota between the Vikings and Los Angeles Rams, a pair of surprising division leaders who are tied with the Patriots, Steelers and Saints for the second-best record (7-2) in the league. Minnesota has won five games in a row and Los Angeles four, so one of those streaks is coming to end (or both if there’s a tie).
Other games on the slate include New England and Oakland playing in Mexico City and Tampa Bay and Miami finally playing each other after their season opener was rescheduled due to Hurricane Irma. Week 11 concludes with Atlanta in Seattle on Monday night as both teams are jockeying for playoff positioning, and the Seahawks figuring out their defense without top cornerback Richard Sherman.
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: Carolina, Indianapolis, New York Jets, San Francisco
Tennessee at Pittsburgh (TNF)
Detroit at Chicago
Jacksonville at Cleveland
Baltimore at Green Bay
Tampa Bay at Miami
Los Angeles Rams at Minnesota
Washington at New Orleans
Kansas City at New York Giants
Arizona at Houston
Buffalo at Los Angeles Chargers
Cincinnati at Denver
New England vs. Oakland (Mexico City)
Philadelphia at Dallas (SNF)
Atlanta at Seattle (MNF)
*Tampa Bay at Miami was postponed in Week 1 and moved to Week 11 due to the threat of Hurricane Irma.