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Week 11 Picks

Posted on: November 21, 2009 7:08 pm
 

Well i already picked this game and it was not right but i can't really change it.

The Packers are playing well and so are 49ers.  This ought to be a gut check.  The team who wins will go on to do good things the remainder of the season.

The Jags are pretty good and i think Mo-Jo should continue to carry them against the weak Bills.

The Cowboys and Redskins is one of the greatest rivalries in history and, so i think the Cowboys will win but in a close one.

The Giants and Falcons should be a good matchup.  However the one who wins i think will win big.  If i had to choose again i might pick the falcons.

The Vikings have a combination of offense and defense.  This will be a showcase of that advantage.

The Steelers will roll in this one big after their loss to the Bengals.

After several Close games the last few weeks, the Saints may have another in Tampa Bay but i think they'll get the job done.

The Browns defense was not all that bad against Baltimore and i think even with their pitiful offense they will win.

The Colts will have another close game and i think they will go down on the road.

The Rams have shown heart in the last few weeks, but i think the Cards' offense will be too much.

The Pats will bounce back in a division game after the tough Indy loss.

The San Diego Super Chargers will win in an extremely close division game with important implications.

  • Cincinnati Bengals over the Oakland Raiders

The Bengals might possibly embarrass the Raiders in Oakland.  They've shown they are a great football team and they must win to continue to establish that.

This will be yet another great matchup this week and even though they are not the tops in their division, they are still forces that cannot be taken lightly.

Even though the Titans have been doing well lately the Texans will win this game in another division rivalry.

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