Last week was my worst week of the year in picking NFL regular season games. Last week's record was 5-8-1. Nevertheless, my overall record for the season is still decent at 92-57-1. Instead of quitting to make picks, I decided to redeem myself this week with picks for Week 11 of the NFL regular season. The Denver Broncos and the Los Angeles Rams are on a bye this week.
Thursday, November 18th
New England Patriots (6-4) at Atlanta Falcons (4-5). If you ever have a Falcons fan trolling you, then all that you have to say in a reply back is 28-3. The Patriots are rolling right now as they are on a four-game winning streak. Pick: Patriots.
Sunday, November 21st
Indianapolis Colts (5-5) at Buffalo Bills (6-3). The Colts are looking for some sort of revenge after being knocked out of the playoffs last season by the Bills. Sunday's weather forecast in Buffalo will weigh heavily into this match-up with rain. That means that the run game must be emphasized. Pick: Colts.
Washington Football Team (3-6) at Carolina Panthers (5-5). Having Cam Newton back gave the Panthers the boost they needed for the rest of the season. Pick: Panthers.
Baltimore Ravens (6-3) at Chicago Bears (3-6). There is no way Ravens QB Lamar Jackson is going to play that bad two games in a row. Pick: Ravens.
Detroit Lions (0-8-1) at Cleveland Browns (5-5). The Browns are dealing with plenty of injuries. This situation appears to be favorable for the Lions to procure their first victory, but Lions QB Jared Goff is also dealing with an injury. Since both QB's are injured, I'm just going with the home team on this one. Pick: Browns.
San Francisco 49ers (4-5) at Jacksonville Jaguars (2-7). The Niners are finally back to looking like they did two seasons ago. Pick: 49ers.
Green Bay Packers (8-2) at Minnesota Vikings (4-5). Green Bay continues to dominate the NFC North Division. Pick: Packers.
Miami Dolphins (3-7) at New York Jets (2-7). Let's take a quick look at how the Jets season is going. Joe Flacco is starting at QB for the Jets on Sunday. Pick: Dolphins.
New Orleans Saints (5-4) at Philadelphia Eagles (4-6). The Saints aggressive defense will work against them just like it did last year because that opens lanes for Eagles QB Jalen Hurts to scramble for the entire game. Pick: Eagles.
Houston Texans (1-8) at Tennessee Titans (8-2). The Titans have caught their second wind and nobody has caught up. Pick: Titans.
Cincinnati Bengals (5-4) at Las Vegas Raiders (5-4). The issues that the Raiders had on Sunday night will take more than one week to fix. Pick: Bengals.
Dallas Cowboys (7-2) at Kansas City Chiefs (6-4). The Cowboys versus the Chiefs is the game of the week. This game will have plenty of points. Pick: Chiefs.
Arizona Cardinals (8-2) at Seattle Seahawks (3-6). After watching the Seahawks catch a bagel last week, I have to pick Arizona. Pick: Cardinals.
Pittsburgh Steelers (5-3-1) at Los Angeles Chargers (5-4). After watching the Steelers tie with the Lions, I have to pick Los Angeles. Pick: Chargers.
Monday, November 22nd
New York Giants (3-6) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-3). The Buccaneers have not lost at home so far this season. Pick: Buccaneers.