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RJ’s 2010 NFL Picks – Week 11

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I went 7-7 last week. That puts me at 79-65 for the season. For a comparison, check out the “experts” over at ESPN.

Here are my picks for the NFL’s Week 11:


Chicago at Miami – 8:20 PM [Miami by 1.5]

Tough game to pick. I expect a low-scoring contest.

RJ’s Pick: Chicago by 3



Buffalo at Cincinnati – 1:00 PM [Cincinnati by 5.5]

The Bills are no longer winless, while the Bengals have dropped six straight. Cedric Benson should have a big game, but I think the Bills will manage to keep the score close.

RJ’s Pick: Cincinnati by 2


Detroit at Dallas – 1:00 PM [Dallas by 6.5]

The Lions are the only team in the NFC with a losing record to have scored more points than they’ve allowed.

RJ’s Pick: Detroit by 1


Washington at Tennessee – 1:00 PM [Tennessee by 7]

The Redskins have lost three of their last four and have allowed 96 points in their last two games.

RJ’s Pick: Tennessee by 12


Arizona at Kansas City – 1:00 PM [Kansas City by 7.5]

Arizona has lost four in a row. Kansas City is undefeated at home.

RJ’s Pick: Kansas City by 13


Green Bay at Minnesota – 1:00 PM [Green Bay by 3]

This is Brett Favre’s last chance to show that coming back for this otherwise dismal season was at least somewhat worthwhile.

RJ’s Pick: Minnesota by 4


Houston at New York Jets – 1:00 PM [Jets by 7]

The Texans are in free fall. The Jets have allowed the fewest points in the AFC.

RJ’s Pick: Jets by 14


Oakland at Pittsburgh – 1:00 PM [Pittsburgh by 7.5]

The Raiders have won three straight.

RJ’s Pick: Pittsburgh by 3


Baltimore at Carolina – 1:00 PM [Baltimore by 10]

Carolina is simply the worst team in the NFL.

RJ’s Pick: Baltimore by 14


Cleveland at Jacksonville – 1:00 PM [Jacksonville by 1.5]

Jacksonville has won two in a row. Cleveland has won two of its last three, all against good teams, and nearly played the Jets to a tie in OT last week.

RJ’s Pick: Cleveland by 5


Tampa Bay at San Francisco – 4:05 PM [San Francisco by 3]

The 49ers have won two straight and are 3-2 at home this season.

RJ’s Pick: San Francisco by 6


Seattle at New Orleans – 4:05 PM [New Orleans by 11.5]

Seattle’s anemic offense, plus the outstanding defense of the Saints and the likely return of Reggie Bush equal a blowout for the Super Bowl champs.

RJ’s Pick: New Orleans by 17


Atlanta at Saint Louis – 4:05 PM [Atlanta by 3]

The Falcons have the best record in the NFC. The Rams are 4-1 at home. This is a classic “trap game” for the Falcons, who may be caught looking ahead to next week’s big matchup with the Packers.

RJ’s Pick: Rams by 1


AFC’s Game Of The Week: Indianapolis at New England – 4:15 PM [New England by 3]

New England is undefeated at home, while the Colts are 2-3 on the road.

RJ’s Pick: New England by 7


NFC’s Game Of The Week: New York Giants at Philadelphia – 8:20 PM [Philadelphia by 3]

The winner of this one will sit alone atop the NFC East. Michael Vick’s stats so far this season: 11 passing TDs, 0 INTs, 115.1 QB rating, 341 rushing yards, 4 rushing TDs, and 0 fumbles lost. And he’s only played in 6 games. Geez.

RJ’s Pick: Philadelphia by 8



Denver at San Diego – 8:30 PM [San Diego by 10]

Expect a ton of points to be scored in this one. And expect the Chargers to end up with quite a few more on the scoreboard than the Broncos.

RJ’s Pick: San Diego by 18


If you’re interested, here is a full list of Danny Sheridan’s odds, and here is a list of NFL standings by division.

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  • C2E

    I also went 7-7 last week and am tied with you at 79-65 overall. We differ on three games this week. My picks:

    Bears over Dolphins
    Cowboys over Lions
    Chiefs over Cardinals
    Vikings over Packers
    Ravens over Panthers
    Browns over Jaguars
    Steelers over Raiders
    Bengals over Bills
    Titans over Redskins
    Jets over Texans
    Falcons over Rams
    Buccaneers over 49ers
    Saints over Seahawks
    Patriots over Colts
    Eagles over Giants
    Chargers over Broncos

  • RJ

    Thanks for the picks, C2E!

  • RJ

    “I expect a low-scoring contest.”

    I sure got that one right!

    Final Score:

    Chicago 16, Miami 0 – RJ 1-0 [1-0 ATS]

  • RJ


    BILLS 49, BENGALS 31 – RJ 1-1 [2-0 ATS]

    DALLAS 35, DETROIT 19 – RJ 1-2 [2-1]

    WASHINGTON 19, TITANS 16 (in OT) – RJ 1-3 [2-2]

    KC 31, ARIZONA 13 – RJ 2-3 [3-2 ATS]

    GB 31, VIKINGS 3 – RJ 2-4 [3-3]

    JETS 30, HOUSTON 27 – RJ 3-4 [3-4]

    STEELERS 35, OAKLAND 3 – RJ 4-4 [3-5]

  • RJ


    RAVENS 37, CAROLINA 13 – RJ 5-4 [4-5]

    JAGUARS 24, BROWNS 20 – RJ 5-5 [4-6]

    TB 21, SF 0 – RJ 5-6 [4-7 ATS]

    NO 34, SEATTLE 19 – RJ 6-6 [5-7 ATS]

    ATLANTA 34, RAMS 17 – RJ 6-7 [5-8 ATS]

    NE 31, COLTS 28 – RJ 7-7 [5-8-1 ATS]

    EAGLES 27, GIANTS 17 – RJ 8-7 [6-8-1 ATS]

    SD 35, DENVER 14 – RJ 9-7 [7-8-1 ATS]

  • RJ

    Through 11 weeks:

    88-72 straight-up

    81-71-8 against the spread

  • RJ

    ESPN’s NFL “experts” in Week 11:

    Allen 12-4
    Golic 14-2
    Hoge 13-3
    Jaworski 12-3
    Mortensen 11-5
    Schefter 9-7
    Schlereth 9-7
    Wickersham 10-6
    Accuscore 12-4
    Pick ’em 14-2

  • RJ

    ESPN’s NFL “experts” through 11 weeks:

    Allen 86-74
    Golic 98-62
    Hoge 91-69
    Jaworski 96-52
    Mortensen 99-61
    Schefter 86-74
    Schlereth 98-62
    Wickersham 89-71
    Accuscore 101-59
    Pick ’em 98-62

  • C2E

    12-4 this week and 91-69 overall. Survived again this week (picked Cowboys), making me one of 10 out of 170 who are still in the pool.

    Happy Thanksgiving, RJ!