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NFL Week 11 Predictions: Bills-Jets, Bears-Ravens, Bengals-Browns, Lions-Steelers, Texans-Raiders and More

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With the Broncos-Chiefs, Pats-Panthers, Saints-49ers, etc on the schedule, this week is full of exciting matchups. Here are the teams we like to come out on top:

Bryan Zarpentine: Tampa Bay 23, Atlanta 21 – The Bucs keep up some forward momentum while the Falcons continue to spiral out of control.

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Cole Stevenson: Atlanta 23, Tampa Bay 21

Bryan Zarpentine: Buffalo 20, New York Jets 10 – The Bills respond to Doug Marrone’s fiery comments last week and play a complete game.

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Cole Stevenson: New York Jets 21, Buffalo 13

Bryan Zarpentine: Chicago 27, Baltimore 13 – The Baltimore defense can’t put together two straight weeks quality performances, especially against a talented Chicago offense.

Cole Stevenson: Chicago 24, Baltimore 19

Bryan Zarpentine: Cincinnati 20, Cleveland 17 – It isn’t pretty, but while at home the Bengals find a way to edge out the Browns.

Cole Stevenson: Cincinnati 23, Cleveland 18

Bryan Zarpentine: Detroit 30, Pittsburgh 17 – The Lions get their running game going and become too much for the Steelers to handle.

Cole Stevenson: Detroit 27, Pittsburgh 20

Bryan Zarpentine: Houston 21, Oakland 10 – The Raiders can’t do much on offense against Houston’s defense, giving the Texans a much-needed win.

Cole Stevenson: Houston 24, Oakland 16

Bryan Zarpentine: Philadelphia 38, Washington 28 – The Redskins can’t stop Philadelphia’s offense and RG3 can’t keep up.

Cole Stevenson: Philadelphia 31, Washington 24

Bryan Zarpentine: Arizona 31, Jacksonville 10 – The Cardinals win going away in a rout.

Cole Stevenson: Arizona 27, Jacksonville 17

Bryan Zarpentine: San Diego 27, Miami 21 – The Chargers have played well on the east coast this year, and take advantage of a team that’s still going through turmoil.

Cole Stevenson: San Diego 24, Miami 20

Bryan Zarpentine: New York Giants 24, Green Bay 14 – The Giants continue to make incremental progress, and they have just enough to beat a depleted Packer’s team.

Cole Stevenson: Giants 25, Green Bay 20

Bryan Zarpentine: Seattle 24, Minnesota 7 – The Seahawks are sluggish offensively at first, but ultimately they’re too good for the Vikings.

Cole Stevenson: Seattle 23, Minnesota 10

Bryan Zarpentine: New Orleans 34, San Francisco 17 – The 49ers don’t put up much of a fight in the second half against a much better team.

Cole Stevenson: New Orleans 30, San Francisco 19

Bryan Zarpentine: Denver 31, Kansas City 20 – The Chiefs keep Peyton Manning under wraps in the first half, but the Broncos blitz them with big plays in the 3rd quarter and pull away.

Cole Stevenson: Denver 28, Kansas City 19

Bryan Zarpentine: Carolina 20, New England 16 – The Carolina defense keeps Tom Brady under wraps just enough to pull out another impressive win.

Cole Stevenson: New England 24, Carolina 20

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