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NFL Week 11 Predictions: Mikey's Crystal Ball

We are past the mid-point of the season and every game is getting tighter and more interesting

So the schedule makers did the Giants one small favor--they only scheduled three games in November. I have to be honest, I'm getting tired of the November swoons, and I'm sort of looking forward to this Sunday watching NFL action with no stress. How about you guys? As for that NFL action, let's see what is on tap....

Miami at Buffalo--A few weeks ago, this would have been simple to pick. But after seeing the Dolphins lay an egg against a mediocre Titans team, and seeing the Bills take the Patriots to brink of defeat, who knows? I guess I'll go with that age-old adage--it's hard for Florida teams to win in Buffalo after Week 9. Bills 27, Dolphins 20

Cincinnati at Kansas City--You just know Andy Dalton will throw four interceptions on Sunday, right? Chiefs 20, Bengals 16

Jacksonville at Houston--This one is going to resemble a video game from the Houston side. From the Jags' side, it will look like, well, crud. Texans 38, Jaguars 10

NY Jets at St. Louis--Do you guys think at the start of the year the Jets were salivating at the prospect of playing the NFC West teams? Now it's the other way around. Rams 20, Jets 13

Cleveland at Dallas--This would be an upset of epic proportions for us if the Browns won, but I just don't see that happening. Cowboys 24, Browns 10

Tampa Bay at Carolina--Sure, the Bucs are on fire and the Panthers are underachieving, but I have to go with my gut here, and Cam is due. Panthers 30, Bucs 27

Arizona at Atlanta--The Falcons return to their winning ways at home. Falcons 36, Cardinals 17

Green Bay at Detroit--Memo to Jim Schwartz: please tire the Packers out. Hey, it was worth a shot. Packers 35, Lions 31

Philadelphia at Washington--Could this be the game Andy Reid finally gets the boot after? Redskins 26, Eagles 20

New Orleans at Oakland--Sheesh, the slate of games this week is kind of bogus. Can't wait for this barn burner. Saints 40, Raiders 24

San Diego at Denver--Could this be the game Norv Turner finally gets the boot after? Broncos 37, Chargers 23

Indianapolis at New England--The passing of a proverbial torch among QBs here? The re-kindling of a fierce AFC rivalry? At least this should be a good one. Patriots 27, Colts 26

Baltimore at Pittsburgh--I think that regardless of whether Big Ben plays on Sunday night, the Pittsburgh defense will play, and that will be the difference. Steelers 17, Ravens 10

Chicago at San Francisco--Could still be a beauty, but even though defense will reign in this game, nobody wants to see Jason Campbell vs. Colin Kaepernick. Niners 12, Bears 9

Last Week: 10-4

Season Record: 93-53