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NFL Week 11 Preview and TV listings

You’ll want to watch them all... sort of.

NFL: Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

11 weeks down, 6 to go in the NFL. This one is lame.

Thursday Time TV
New Orleans at Carolina 8:25 PM NBC
Sunday Time TV
Chicago at N.Y. Giants 1:00 PM FOX
Arizona at Minnesota 1:00 PM FOX
Baltimore at Dallas 1:00 PM CBS
Tennessee at Indianapolis 1:00 PM CBS
Buffalo at Cincinnati 1:00 PM FOX
Pittsburgh at Cleveland 1:00 PM CBS
Jacksonville at Detroit 1:00 PM CBS
Tampa Bay at Kansas City 1:00 PM FOX
Miami at L.A. Rams 4:05 PM FOX
Philadelphia at Seattle 4:25 PM CBS
New England at San Francisco 4:25 PM CBS
Green Bay at Washington 8:30 PM NBC
Monday Time TV
Houston at Oakland 8:30 PM ESPN

Coverage map by 506 Sports

Game of the Week: Eagles at Seahawks. But you’re already going to watch that.

Other Game of the Week: Red Zone. There’s no other marquee match up this week. Ravens-Cowboys is the only other Sunday game between two teams with winning records, but the Ravens are nearly unwatchable. Just put on Red Zone during the 1pm games if you can.

Rest of the NFC East

As noted, the Cowboys host the Ravens. The Ravens defense is carrying Baltimore and the Cowboys offense is carrying Dallas, so this should be a good test for newly minted starting QB Dak Prescott. But the Ravens offense is so bad it makes the Eagles look good. So expect this to be decided late. For the Cowboys.

The Redskins host the Packers in a game that hasn’t been flexed out for promoting ugly football. The Packers are in a tailspin, so expect the Redskins to put up huge yardage numbers in a 4 point win.

The Giants host the Alshon Jeffery-less Bears on their run to an 8-7-1 record.

Jared Goff Watch

The Rams won another game without scoring a TD so finally the Rams have benched Case Keenum. It only took scoring 13 total offensive touchdowns in 9 games for them to make a change.

Vikings 1st Round Pick Watch

The Vikings continued their slide and are now 5-4, should they fail to win the NFC North, they’re on track to finish below the Eagles due to the head to head tie breaker, which means the Eagles would get a slightly better pick.

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