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Brink’s Best Bets: All NFL Week 11 Predictions

Gilbert Brink
Nov 19, 2020 at 7:19 AM


The 49ers are off this week, so the misery stops for 49ers fans. While the 49ers enjoy a break, the NFC West features some very important matchups with the Seahawks facing off with the Cardinals and the Rams taking on Tom Brady and the Bucs. Let's get to the Week 11 picks.

Season Record: 83-63
49ers Picks Record: 4-6

Best & Worst Picks of Week 10

My Best Pick: Giants 20 - Eagles 16
Final Score: Giants 27- Eagles 17

My Worst Pick: Titans 23 - Colts 21
Final Score: Colts 34 - Titans 17

Week 11 Picks


Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks (-3) - The Cardinals officially dethrone the Seahawks, for now. Cardinals 38 - Seahawks 27

Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints (-5) - Saints better without Brees, steamroll these birds Saints 28 - Falcons 12

Cincinnati Bengals at Washington Football Team (-1) - Burrow's big day pulls it out Bengals 26 - WFT 20

Detroit Lions at Carolina Panthers (-3) - Lions pull off the baby upset Lions 23 - Panthers 21

New England Patriots at Houston Texans (+1.5) - Pats pull to .500 with a defensive gem Patriots 16 - Texans 9

Philadelphia Eagles at Cleveland Browns (-3) - Another bad game, but another Browns win Browns 16 - Eagles 14

Pittsburgh Steelers at Jacksonville Jaguars (+10) - Steelers dominate a bad Jags squad Steelers 23 - Jaguars 6

Tennessee Titans at Baltimore Ravens (-6.5) - Titans deal the Ravens their second loss in a row, stump Jackson Titans 27 - Ravens 19

Green Bay Packers at Indianapolis Colts (-1.5) - Dominant D slows down Rodgers, again Colts 31 - Packers 20

New York Jets at Los Angeles Chargers (-8.5) - Jets can't find a way in a close loss Chargers 24 - Jets 20

Miami Dolphins at Denver Broncos (+3.5) - Tua stays undefeated, Dolphins win big Dolphins 34 - Broncos 13

Dallas Cowboys at Minnesota Vikings (-7) - Vikings roll over a hapless Cowboys team Vikings 30 - Cowboys 15

Kansas City Chiefs at Las Vegas Raiders (+7) - COVID strikes at worst time for these Raiders Chiefs 24 - Raiders 23

Los Angeles Rams at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-4) - Rams win big, Tampa looks lost Rams 33 - Buccaneers 16
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