I will be honest; I’m not sure what we really learned in Week 11 of the NFL season. Perhaps the Detroit Lions are revealing themselves not only as brave, but doing so too late for that to matter. We’re told that the Jet is still the Jet and is likely to lose in the most Jet fashion imaginable, especially against New England. We learn that the Vikings and the Kirk Cousins still have a bit of the “old Vikings” in them and that the Cowboys can in fact protect the run if they just pay a little attention. We also learned that Justin Fields is almost as much a one-man band as anyone in football these days and that the Bears have a lot of work to do around him. We’ve probably also learned that the Commanders are actually Good, and that Carson Wentz probably shouldn’t be going back to his job when he’s well, though Taylor Heinicke’s numbers are hardly the same. earthquake earthquake. We know that the Eagles can have some warts but are still pretty hard to beat. Week 12 will test those intrepid Lions when the Bill arrives, who have been playing at Ford Field more recently than their hosts. The Giants and the Cowboys met after very different results last week, and the Patriots face off against what is undoubtedly an angry Viking team. The Bengals and Titans will be a very interesting matchup, but beyond that, the schedule is full of less-than-stellar matches. That said, we can only select games that we’ve dealt with, so let’s get started with them.
The point spread is from DraftKings.com and is currently 11am on Wednesday.
NOTE: Select with difference in bold
Last week: 9-5 (Season: 82-79-3)