The Browns once high-powered offense has produced just 16 points in its last two games. The Browns did beat Houston 10-7 last week. They will face an Eagles team that was upset by the New York Giants last week but still remains atop the NFC East albeit with a 3-5-1 overall record. The Browns have done very well at home this season (4-1). They win again… CLEVELAND 27, PHILADELPHIA 23
The Saints (7-2) will face NFC South Division rival Atlanta for the first of two meetings in a 15-day span. New Orleans RB Alvin Kamara went off for three touchdowns in last week’s win over San Francisco. He might have to do it again this week after Saints QB Drew Brees took a vicious hit and has some injured ribs. The Saints are tough to beat at home where they are 4-1 this season. Make it 5-1… NEW ORLEANS 27, ATLANTA 24
Washington fell just seconds short of going to overtime with Detroit losing 27-24 on a last-second field goal. Cincinnati ran into the buzzsaw known as the Pittsburgh Steelers last week and got pounded 36-10. One of these two teams is going to get a win. The Bengals are 0-16-1 in their last 17 games on the road. Enough said… WASHINGTON 24, CINCINNATI 23
Check out this website for more week 11 NFL predictions.