The Raiders head to Mexico to face the Patriots hoping the bye week helped cure their ills.
Some New York media thought Todd Bowles deserved Coach of the Year considerations. Get help.
49ers quarterback C.J. Beathard used a nifty scramble to beat the Giants’ defense to the end zone and score on the first play of the fourth quarter, extending San Francisco’s lead. Robbie Gould made the PAT. 24-13, 49ers
As good as Pittsburgh’s front seven has been, the Steelers know they need Roethlisberger, Brown and Bell meshing and at their best to have any chance at a deep run. It’s not a coincidence the team’s last three playoff runs have been cut short because of injuries to Bell, Brown and Bell again.
With Smith-Schuster emerging as a consistent threat, it was inevitable Brown would go off like this again. In turn, Martavis Bryant has become a luxury fourth big-play option. All of that played out against the Titans. The Steelers made them pick their poison, and they ended up swallowing the toughest pill.
Everything gets more difficult from here on out with so much more on the line. Mid-November pro football tends to make many a contender and reveal many a pretender.
Here are this week’s predictions and prognostications, both against the spread and straight up. Thanks again to Bovada for the Week 11 betting lines.
The Eagles punt for the first time after Wentz throws two straight incompletions and comes up well short of the marker on a third-down run.
Field goal, Cowboys. Prescott throws a pass to Dez Bryant in the end zone but it is broken up and falls incomplete. Mike Nugent comes on and kicks his second field goal of the game to cut Dallas’ deficit to 7-6.
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