Cincinnati Bengals (5-4) at Baltimore Ravens (7-3) (Thu) 8:15p (ET)

The Cincinnati Bengals and the Baltimore Ravens open the Week 11 NFL action with a monumental matchup at M&T Bank Stadium.
This should be an interesting division game because both teams are coming off games where they had big leads and blew it. And, on a short week, every football fan expects this to be a very inspired battle from both sides.
There isn’t much that separates these two teams when they’re playing their best football. With this matchup being at M&T Bank Stadium and the Ravens having a fantastic defense I think Baltimore wins this game, with a late field goal, thus cementing their first place in the AFC North division.

Final Score: Bengals – 20, Ravens – 23

Pittsburgh Steelers (6-3) at Cleveland Browns (6-3) 1:00p (ET)

The Steelers and the Browns will go head-to-head on Sunday at Cleveland Browns Stadium. Pittsburgh comes into this game looking to build on their 23-19 win over the Packers last week to move to 6-3 on the year. Cleveland comes into this one on the heels of a 33-31 win over the Ravens in their last matchup to improve to 6-3 as well.
The Steelers might just be the worst 6-3 team in NFL history. Their offense is bad and their defense is inconsistent at times. This does not look like a playoff team at all, but they are winning games, and you have to respect that. The Browns defense is probably the best in the league and Myles Garrett might be the Defensive Player of the Year. But the offense has way too much talent to be as up and down as they have been this year.
Expect this game to be a good old-fashioned AFC North battle. You could make the case for either team winning here, but I think the Browns defense will be too much for the Steelers offensive line.

Final Score: Steelers – 17, Browns – 21

Los Angeles Chargers (4-5) at Green Bay Packers (3-6) 1:00p (ET)

After a tough loss at home versus the Detroit Lions, the Chargers are on the road this week to face another NFC North opponent, the Green Bay Packers, who also tasted defeat in Week 10.
The Chargers are once again in a similar spot in 2023 as they were last year… and the year before… and the year before. A last-second field goal keeps the LA team record under .500. As for the Packers, they are missing something on offense. Jordan Love doesn’t look like the long-term answer in Green Bay, and that’s going to be a huge point for this team to address in the offseason.
The Chargers scored 38 points in the shootout versus the Lions last week. That makes 27 or more points scored in three consecutive games, so they’ve certainly got an advantage on offense here. However, the Chargers rank 32nd in the NFL in passing yards allowed per game (291.2). This could be a great spot for Jordan Love and company to look in sync against a horrendous secondary. But Green Bay hasn’t scored more than 20 points in seven straight games, so the defense is going to have to be on the top of their game. I like Green Bay’s defense enough to think they’ll be deciding factor in winning this game.

Final Score: Chargers – 23, Packers – 24

Las Vegas Raiders (5-5) at Miami Dolphins (6-3) 1:00p (ET)

The Raiders and the Dolphins will go head-to-head on Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami. The 5-5 Raiders powered out a low-scoring victory over the NY Jets in their last game, while the Miami Dolphins are currently 6-3 overall following a one-score loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in Germany.
The Dolphins have had problems winning games against elite teams, but they have handled their business otherwise. The Raiders still seem to be riding the honeymoon phase of firing their head coach, but they’ll come back down to Earth this week as they travel to Miami to face a Dolphins side that has had plenty of time to rest and prepare for this game.
Expect the Raiders to have trouble moving the ball, as Tagovailoa and company light up the scoreboard early and often. The Dolphins should win this game in convincing fashion.

Final Score: Raiders – 20, Dolphins – 34

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