NFL Week 11 Preview

NFL Week 11 Preview

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Green Bay Packers vs Philadelphia Eagles

Green Bay are a force at home and their offence is simply sublime. They absolutely destroyed the Bears last weekend and whilst Philadelphia is a far more challenging opponent, the battle of the QB’s will be won by Rodgers. The Eagles are still adjusting to Sanchez and whilst being a good player, the synergy that Rodgers has with his receivers and tight ends will have the Eagles all over the show. The Eagles stand a good chance if they get their running game going, a defensive area where the Packers have struggled. In fact, the Packers have and will struggle against the best offences but I don’t quite hold the Eagles in the Broncos/Manning and Patriots/Brady echelon. Sanchez is making his mark, but on the road, at a packed Lambeau stadium, it won’t be his night to shine and the Packers should clear the default handicap line on offer.

St Louis Rams vs Denver Broncos

Minus the little blip against the Patriots, the Broncos have been dismantling teams all season. Peyton Manning and his crew have notched 40+ points in some games and average 30+ over the season. They also possess the best defence against the run and a relatively strong pass defence. This will push the Rams towards the passing game and Quarterback Austin Davis has had an indifferent season and doesn’t possess the same quality as the injured Sam Bradford. The Rams also concede an average of 29 points, which means the Broncos should easily be surpassing the 30+ mark. Although the Broncos are away from home, they have easily cleared the line in their most recent games on the road (minus at New England) and I expect this week to be no different.

Cleveland Browns vs Houston Texans

The Browns are a legitimate force and are the favourites at home to a Texans team that have lost four of their last five games (albeit against some of the leagues best opposition). Rookie QB Mettenberger hasn’t looked quite up to scratch in his first two NFL starts, so the Texans will start with Ryan Mallet, long-time deputy to Tom Brady at New England. The issue here is that Mallet is no different to Mettenberger, in terms of big game exposure and experience. The Browns have the 12th best pass defence and they will make it hard work for him all afternoon. The Browns swept aside the Bengals on the road and they have what it takes to beat this Texans team so I think they can cover the default handicap line on offer.

Outside of that I feel the Patriots vs the Colts could be the game to watch. With Brady and Luck both in scintillating form, it will be interesting to see who comes out on top. The Patriots look a solid shout at nice odds with the home advantage.

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