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Prisco’s Week 11 NFL picks: Patriots sweep Jets; Vikings stay hot vs. Cowboys; Eagles struggle to edge Colts

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For some strange reason, I can’t seem to get my picks right, especially when it comes to my CBSSports.com expert chooses. I’m under 0.500 and getting worse every week. Last week I was 5-9 which brought my record down to 67-77-6.

It is bad news.

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The good news is that I went 5-1 with my best picks on the Pick-Six podcast, bringing my record to 34-23-2 for the season. What will I take.

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My straight picks were 8-6 to take that record to 85-64-1, which isn’t that bad. But it’s time to do better in selecting experts. I’m trying to lose weeks.

Tennessee Titans – Green Bay Packers (-3)

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Thursday 8:15 pm ET (Amazon Prime)

Latest odds:

Green Bay Packers -3

The Packers pulled off a season-saving win over the Cowboys in overtime on Sunday, showing signs of offensive life. The Titans beat the Broncos despite a bunch of defensive injuries. This shows their toughness. However, it’s a tricky turn and I think the Packers kept their momentum from beating the Cowboys.

To choose: Packers 24, Titans 19

Chicago Bears vs Atlanta Falcons (-3)

Sunday 13:00 ET (Fox, FuboTV)

Latest odds:

Atlanta Falcons -3

The Falcons will be slightly rested from last Thursday’s game and they’re still alive in the division race. This game will feature two quarterbacks who love to run, and Chicago’s Justin Fields will be a real test for any defense. But I think the Falcons will find a way to slow him down here and take the win after losing to the Panthers.

To choose: Falcons 27, Bears 23

Carolina Panthers vs. Baltimore Ravens (-12)

Sunday 13:00 ET (Fox, FuboTV)

Latest odds:

Baltimore Ravens -13

The Panthers will start Baker Mayfield as quarterback and PJ Walker is injured. The Ravens know him well when he was in Cleveland. The Ravens defense is also starting to take shape, which is not good news for the Panthers. Expect Baltimore to say goodbye with a big win.

To choose: Ravens 30, Panthers 16

Cleveland Browns – Buffalo Bills (-8.5)

Sunday 13:00 ET (CBS, Paramount+)

Latest odds:

Buffalo Bills -8

The Browns are playing for the second week in a row after losing to Miami last week. The Bills suffered a horrendous loss to the Vikings in a game in which they were 17 points late. They will get rid of the disappointment in the Browns’ defense, which was terrible. Look for Josh Allen to bounce back with a big day.

To choose: Bills 35, Browns 21

Washington Commanders (-3) to Houston Texans

Sunday 13:00 ET (Fox, FuboTV)

Latest odds:

Washington Commanders -3

Commanders upset the Eagles on Monday night, and they’re on the road for the second week in a row. It’s tricky, but the Texans have run protection issues that commanders will use as they did against the Eagles. Expect Washington to top .500 with a win.

To choose: Commanders 24, Texans 17

Philadelphia Eagles (-6.5) vs. Indianapolis Colts

Sunday 13:00 ET (CBS, Paramount+)

Latest odds:

Philadelphia Eagles -6.5

The Eagles bounce back from their first loss, and the Colts pick up an impressive win in Jeff Saturday’s first game as interim manager. They looked better, moving back to Matt Ryan at quarterback. The Eagles have defensive issues that could show up if Jonathan Taylor has a big day. I think the Eagles will get back on track and win this one, but it’s close.

To choose: Eagles 27, Colts 24

New York Jets – New England Patriots (-3)

Sunday at 13:00 ET (CBS, Paramount+)

Latest odds:

New England Patriots -3.5

It’s a big game in terms of playoff opportunities. The Patriots beat the Jets three weeks ago in their place in a defense-dominated game. This should be another defense-dominated game, and at home I’ll take the Patriot defense.

To choose: Patriots 20, Jets 16

Los Angeles Rams – New Orleans Saints (-4)

Sunday 1pm ET (Fox, FuboTV)

Latest odds:

New Orleans Saints -2.5



Source: www.cbssports.com

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