Week 11 Predictions

NFL: Kansas City Chiefs at Denver BroncosLast week wasn’t a great one for my predictions but hopefully I’ll be able to bounce back. There are a lot of very interesting games this week and with only two teams on bye, it is essentially a full slate of games in what should be a very telling weekend of football.

Last week: 7-7, Season: 89-58
Last week against the spread: 6-8, Season: 61-86

Game of the weak: Falcons vs Buccaneers: Both of these teams looked like they would be in the playoff picture this season but through ten weeks they combine for three wins. On the bright side, things couldn’t have gone much worse for either team this season so there’s always next season to look forward to. Falcons 24 Buccaneers(+1.5) 23

Game of the week: Chiefs vs Broncos: As much talk as the Broncos have received (and rightfully so), they are currently second in the AFC West. That could all change this week as they take on the undefeated Chiefs. There are a lot of questions entering this game so it will be interesting to see the answers. Can the Chiefs keep up with a high powered offense? Do the Broncos have the ability to win a 24-20 type game? Will we have to start dealing with Mercury Morris popping up on TV come Thanksgiving again? Hopefully we get some answers come Sunday night. Chiefs 23 Broncos (-8.5) 30

Lions 26 Steelers(+2.5) 23
Jets 23 Bills(-1.5) 17
Cardinals 24 Jaguars(+7.5) 16
Ravens 24 Bears(-3.5) 21
Browns 20 Bengals(-5.5) 24
Redskins 26 Eagles(-3.5) 31
Raiders 16 Texans(-7.5) 27
Chargers 24 Dolphins(+1.5) 20
49ers 20 Saints(-3.5) 28
Packers 17 Giants (-5.5) 28
Vikings 20 Seahawks(-13.5) 34
Patriots 27 Panthers (-2.5) 24

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