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NFL Week 11 schedule: 5 best games to watch

The NFL Week 11 slate is chock full of great games. Here are the five best being played out this weekend.

5. Green Bay Packers at Indianapolis Colts (-1.5)

The Packers and Colts are going to fight out at Lucas Oil Stadium, with both teams trying to stay atop their divisions and fight for position in the playoff picture. Indianapolis is 6-3 after beating the Tennessee Titans last Thursday and now has the extra rest before hosting Green Bay.

If Aaron Rodgers and Co. can move the ball consistently against the Colts’ defense, they have to convert in the red zone. It should be a fascinating chess match between an excellent offense and one of the top defenses.


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4. Tennessee Titans at Baltimore Ravens (-6.5)

This is bordering on a must-win for both teams. The Titans and Ravens are each 6-3 and sitting in second place of their respective divisions. The winner is suddenly in good shape for getting into the playoffs. Meanwhile, the loser is suddenly fighting to simply get into the postseason.

If Baltimore and Tennessee play to form, it’ll be a game dominated by the run and which team can get a few big plays from their quarterbacks.

3. Los Angeles Rams at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-4)

This might be the best Monday night game of the year. Tampa Bay and Los Angeles are both. headed towards the NFC playoffs, with the divisions in sight. Tampa Bay is a half-game back of the New Orleans Saints, while the Rams are in a three-way tie atop the NFC West.

The game will come down to whatever team can get more pressure on the opposing team’s quarterback. Look for a ton of blitzing.


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2. Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks (-3)

The NFC West makes another appearance, and so does the second of the three great primetime games this week. Arizona won the first matchup between the two, giving Seattle its first loss back in October. Now, the two sides are both 6-3 with the Cardinals coming off an incredible win against the Buffalo Bills.

While both appear destined to make the playoffs, this affair could go a long way towards determining who wins the division.

1. Kansas City Chiefs (-7) at Las Vegas Raiders

No question, this is the best game. The Chiefs are 8-1 with their lone loss coming at home to the Raiders in Week 5. Now, the teams square off on Sunday night in Las Vegas, amid ample talk of victory laps being taken by the Raiders around Arrowhead Stadium.

This game screams revenge for Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs. Can the Raiders stave it off and make the AFC West an actual race? High drama.

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