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NFL Week 11 Schedule with Week 11 Betting Lines
Thursday, November 16
The Steelers might be 7-2, but they have a serious deficiency of good games on their docket. Marcus Mariota might provide their toughest challenge yet this year.
Sunday, November 19
With the Vikings running away from the NFC North and the Wild Card chase involving some real heavyweights, the Lions had better not punt this game to the Bears. They're going to need every victory they can get down the stretch to stay in this.
The Giants haven't been double-digit underdogs at home since the end of the 2007 season. The Chiefs haven't been double-digit road favorites since 1992. All of that comes to an end on Sunday when K.C. visits the Meadowlands in what reasonably could be the final game for Ben McAdoo if this gets any worse.
Ryan Fitzpatrick was a winner in his first start of the season last week, but to rally the Buccaneers back into the playoff chase, he's going to need to play a lot better than he has. Jameis Winston can't come back soon enough.
Brett Hundley picked up a hamstring injury last week against Chicago. The last thing the Packers would need now is another injury that would leave Joe Callahan to quarterback the team.
How weird is it that this is the game of the week? And yet ironically, it's the Rams' old quarterback, Case Keenum who is leading Minnesota to win after win. The winner of this game has a real chance of being the No. 1 seed in the NFC this year.
The Texans have slipped so far that they're now underdogs at home against an Arizona team that could be using Blaine Gabbert as its starting quarterback this week.
The only good thing for Houston? At least the Texans aren't the Browns. Then again, Cleveland does have the first- and second-round picks for both teams in the upcoming NFL Draft, so maybe it's not so bad to be a Brown at this point in spite of the threat of a winless season.
The Redskins are in a bad spot right now. They're chasing Wild Card berths out of a top-heavy division that is practically already settled, and now, they have to go on the road to play against a New Orleans team that has won seven straight games after starting 0-2.
Remember when the Bills were considered fringe contenders to beat out the Patriots in the AFC East? Then came a 34-21 loss to the Jets and a 47-10 loss to the Saints, neither game of which was even that close.
The Broncos are going to supposed "reevaluate everything" after getting crunched by New England on SNF, but what's left to really evaluate? The team doesn't have a quarterback. Maybe it can pry A.J. McCarron away from the Bengals at the end of the season.
The Patriots are staying out in Mexico City for the majority of this week to get ready for the altitude and air quality problem they'll face playing at Estadio Azteca against the Raiders.
In order for the NFC East to stay even remotely competitive, the Cowboys are going to have to figure out how to beat the Eagles off of Philly's bye and do so without Tyron Smith blocking one of the best defensive lines in the league and without the suspended Ezekiel Elliott.
Monday, November 20
This is the first time in 16 games that the Seahawks are favored by fewer than six points at home. Both these teams badly need this game in the chase for Wild Card spots in the NFC.
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