Quick Hitters: Week 11, 2019 NFL Season

For the fifth consecutive week, I’m doing my NFL predictions in this format, as I have some big projects coming up after this. Plus, I have once again been up to my neck in movie assessments, thus another reason for this format.

So with both of those things being said, here are my predictions for Week 11 of the 2019 NFL season via the bullet points below:

  • I’ll take the Steelers over the Browns because I’m still not sold on Freddie Kitchens’ bunch, despite last week’s win against the Buffalo Bills
  • I’ll take the Cowboys over the Lions because I don’t see Matt Patricia’s bunch winning with or without Matthew Stafford, as the 11-year veteran is dealing with a severe back injury
  • I’ll take the Colts over the Jaguars because I expect Jacoby Brissett to be back and play well after missing last week’s game against the Miami Dolphins
  • Despite the nice two-game winning streak that the Dolphins are on, I like the Bills to bounce back this week
  • I like the Vikings in their fortress known as U.S. Bank Stadium against the Broncos
  • Despite last week’s fluke loss against the Atlanta Falcons, I like the Saints to bounce back against the Buccaneers
  • I’ll take the Redskins over the Jets because this is one of the few winnable games that they have remaining on their schedule
  • I like the Panthers to take out the frustrations of last week’s loss against the Green Bay Packers out on the Falcons this week
  • The Ravens are the hottest team in the AFC right now and that will continue this week against the Texans
  • After having suffering their first loss last week against the Seattle Seahawks, I like the 49ers to bounce back against the Cardinals
  • I like the surprising Raiders to win against the Bengals for their third win in a row this season
  • Dating back to the 2003 season, the Patriots have lost consecutive games on nine separate occasions. And despite coming off their bye week, the Eagles will make it the tenth such occasion in the Super Bowl LII rematch
  • I like a suddenly resurgent Bears team to beat the defending NFC champion Rams, whom are minus two more offensive linemen and wide receiver Brandin Cooks. Expect a monster game from Chicago’s best player, Khalil Mack
  • At this time of year in the Philip Rivers era, the Chargers normally trend upwards. But after last week’s loss against the Raiders and this game being a must win for the Chiefs, I’ll take Andy Reid’s bunch to win in Mexico City

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