Picks for Week 11, including Cowboys at Chiefs and Colts at Bills – The Athletic

The second half of 2021 NFL season is underway. Now, we often overreact to Week 1 – and often, I mean once a year. So it just seems fair to do the same thing and speculate a bit after the first wave of the game from the second half.

There may not be any notable talking points beyond Week 10 Chief. Kansas City looks like its ten-week average and currently leads the AFC West. How about the Titans keep winning without Derrick Henry? Will Tennessee earn home field advantage? So far, it’s been a brutal defeat to beat two first-place teams in the knockout stages and maintain control of the AFC’s top seed.

Or if NFC is more of your thing, maybe you think age is finally catching up brave cat? Possibly, but the lack of goal and open defense in the last two games didn’t help the situation. Keeping it in the division, the Panthers solved their QB problem with PJ Walker and the return of Orange Newton? Probably not, but a bit of nostalgia mixed in with good defense and Christian McCaffrey made Carolina worth watching in the second half.

Of course, football in the next two months can drastically change all four teams mentioned above. But one thing has remained constant over the past few weeks, and that is the success of the lower divisions across the league.

https://theathletic.com/2957069/2021/11/18/2021-nfl-expert-predictions-odds-and-spreads-picks-for-week-11-including-cowboys-at-chiefs-and-colts-at-bills/?source=rss Picks for Week 11, including Cowboys at Chiefs and Colts at Bills – The Athletic

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