NFL Football Week 11 2023 Preview. Four teams are on a bye this week: New England, Indianapolis, New Orleans, and Atlanta. We start with an intriguing AFC North matchup between the Bengals and the Ravens, followed by the other two teams in the division going head-to-head on Sunday – Pittsburgh and Cleveland.
There will be several other divisional scrambles before we end the weekend with a Monday Night Football game that is simultaneously a rematch from last year’s Super Bowl and possibly a pre-screening of this year’s Super Bowl game.
Week 11 Schedule and Spreads
NFL Football Week 11 2023 Preview
Thursday, November 16
• Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens (-4, 46)
Sunday, November 19
• Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns (-2, 34)
• Las Vegas Raiders at Miami Dolphins (-12.5, 46.5)
• Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions (-9, 47.5)
• Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars (-6.5, 40)
• Los Angeles Chargers (-3, 44) at Green Bay Packers
• Arizona Cardinals at Houston Texans (-5, 47.5)
• Dallas Cowboys (-10.5, 42) at Carolina Panthers
• New York Giants at Washington Commanders (-9.5, 37)
• Tampa Bay Buccaneers at San Francisco 49ers (-11.5, 41.5)
• New York Jets at Buffalo Bills (-7, 40)
• Seattle Seahawks (-1, 46) at Los Angeles Rams
• Minnesota Vikings at Denver Broncos (-2, 43)
Monday, November 20
• Philadelphia Eagles at Kansas City Chiefs (-2.5, 45.5)
Cincinnati Keeps Finding New Ways to Lose
With Burrow’s calf injury healing, the Bengals looked like they would finally show the AFC North how good they are. It was short-lived. Last week, they lost to the phenom C.J. Stroud and the Texans, who were able to both run and pass the ball at will for a total of 544 yards of offense.
This week, the Bengals go up against Lamar Jackson and the Ravens. Jackson is 7-1 S/U against Cincinnati as a starter, so he’s not intimidated by Burrow. The Bengals give up the most total points in the division and score the second-fewest.
The Ravens were able to post 24 points against Cleveland last week, who have the best defense in the NFL. Unless Burrow and the Bengals can surprise the Ravens, I think Baltimore will win and cover on Sunday.
Stroud Faces Murray
Kylar Murray returned to Arizona last week for their second win. He brings hope to the Cardinals but goes against C.J. Stroud, the rookie who continues to light up the NFL.
The Texans are 5-2 ATS in the last seven games, while the Cardinals are 2-4-1. An explosive offense with Shroud under center, wide receiver Noah Brown, tight end Dalton Shultz, and a weak defense in Arizona should be enough to see the Texans more than cover the spread.
Can Cleveland Win Without Watson?
The Browns had a stunning comeback win against the Ravens last week, which had critics and fans wondering if this team had playoff potential. But quarterback DeShaun Watson got injured in the first half and will be out for the season. He broke a bone in his throwing shoulder.
The Browns plan to start fifth-round rookie Dorian Thompson-Robinson, while most assumed former XFL star P.J. Walker would get the call. Walker only completed 49% of his passes in his first season with the Browns.
Thompson-Robinson looked great in preseason but did not perform in his lone start against the Ravens earlier this year. They lost 28-3, where he threw for 121 yards and three interceptions.
The Steelers have one of the least productive offenses going against one of the best defenses. The outcome of this game all depends on Cleveland’s starting quarterback and whether he can perform. Put your limits in on this game because there’s no telling where it could go.
Finally! The Super Bowl Rematch
This will be the play of the week, so keep your sportsbook safe. Both teams have fantastic offenses and defenses, with slight differences between them. The Eagles have the best record, but Hurts has struggled with interceptions on the road. Still, the Eagles are able to find ways to win without solely relying on him. The Chiefs haven’t been able to do that, but I doubt they’ll have to for this game.
Both teams had a bye last week and will be rested and ready with their plans of action to get the edge on the other. Presumably, both offenses will play fast to start the game, but it’s how they finish that we’ll be waiting to see. The Eagles can win this one because it’s not a playoff game.
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