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|CHI @ ATL||1:00pm||ATL -3||48.5||CHI +3|
|CLE @ BUF||1:00pm||BUF -8||50||BUF -8|
|PHI @ IND||1:00pm||PHI -6.5||45||PHI -6.5|
Chicago Bears (3-7) @ Atlanta Falcons (4-6)
Injury Watch (Impact Players)
Out: RB Khalil Herbert (CHI)
Game Preview: The Bears and Falcons square off in Week 11 with vastly different outlooks. Currently, the Bears are tied for the worst record in the NFC, while the Falcons sit one game back of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for first place in the NFC South. Chicago, owners of the NFL’s most run-heavy offense, lost Khalil Herbert to a hip injury last week, but their chances live and die with the play of their dynamic second year QB, Justin Fields. Atlanta also features a stout rushing attack, ranking 2nd in the league in rushing yards to the Bears.
Fields should be able to feast on the most lenient passing defense in the league, which bodes well for his fantasy owners and for Chicago’s chances overall. The Chicago defense isn’t going to win them the game, which should keep things competitive, but I expect that Field’s talent will win out, and so will the underdog Bears in a back and forth game.
PICKS: CHI +3 & o48.5
Cleveland Browns (3-6) @ Buffalo Bills (6-3)
Game Preview: What a difference a couple of weeks make. The Bills enter Week 11 licking their wounds as losers of two straight the Jets and Vikings. And given that their home field currently sits under four feet of snow, Sunday’s game has been moved to Detroit.
Josh Allen hasn’t missed time, but he is still nursing an elbow injury from two weeks ago, and his play of late overall has been underwhelming. Allen has thrown two picks in each of his last three games, compared to just three passing touchdowns, and he will need to recapture his usual form today in order to help Buffalo right the ship. The Browns represent a great opportunity for Allen and Co to do just that having lost five of their last six games and showing no little signs of life on either side of the ball. Don’t expect either team to put up big numbers in this game, but the Bills defense should have an easy-enough time locking down the Browns long enough for their offense to secure the win.
PICKS: BUF -8 & u50
Philadelphia Eagles (8-1) @ Indianapolis Colts (4-5-1)
Game Preview: It will be a cold, sunny afternoon in Indy as the Eagles come to town. Philadelphia suffered their first loss of the season last week at the hands of the Washington Commanders and are set to square off against a middle-of-the-pack Colts team featuring elder statesman Matt Ryan at QB after a brief benching in favor of Sam Ehlinger. Indy is pretty much what you’d expect of a 4-5 team, in the sense that they don’t do anything very well, but that also don’t have too many glaring holes either. They have their stars on either side of the ball (Jonathan Taylor, Michael Pittman, Stephon Gilmore) that will have their moments, but in a matchup that favors the Eagles, the game script should make Matt Ryan’s arm the focal point for the Colts offense. So long as Eagles QB Jalen Hurts keeps his distance from Stephon Gilmore’s main assignment, the Philly should have their way with the Colts this afternoon. I like the over here as well as Ryan could certainly keep pace for a while, but mainly because I’d expect the Eagles to come out strong and the Colts to pick up some garbage time points.
PICKS: PHI -6.5 & o45