Pick Against Mike: Week 11
Miami at Carolina
No Ronnie Brown for the Dolphins means the Wildcat has to be revamped and include Pat White Tough game. Loser is done for the year. Going with Miami ONE MORE TIME.
Cleveland at Detroit
There should be a mandatory blackout. Lions (but don't ask me why)
Falcons at Giants
G-Men simply HAVE to win this game to get their season straightened out, and Falcons have become a turnover-prone patsy on the road. Giants.
Redskins at Cowboys
If Orton had been healthy the Redskins wouldn't have won last week. Cowboys are so fragile; no telling how the loss at Green Bay will affect them. Can't see Redskins coming through on the road. Cowboys, close and nervously.
49ers at Packers
Don't know why a Chicagoan has a soft spot in his heart for the Cheeseheads, or Aaron Rodgers as his fantasy QB. Nevertheless, Pack wins again.
Colts at Baltimore
Undefeated run has to end at some point. Emotional win last week was draining. Ravens get turnovers and a big game from Rice to win at home.
Steelers at Chiefs
Champs find the cure, on the road and beat K.C.
Saints at Tampa
One team remains undefeated for another week. Tampa is playing better, but New Orleans prevails.
Bills at Jacksonville
Who knew the Jags could get to 6-4? Jax at home over a team in search of a new coach.
Seahawks at Minnesota
Vikings may have to slog their way through another one, but will win at home.
Cardinals at Rams
Kurt Warner goes back to the place where it all started ... and throws for 450 yards in a Cardinals win.
Jets at Patriots
Don't even think it. Angry Patriots in a walk.
Chargers at Broncos
Best game of the week. Chargers seem to understand, finally, they can be something more than The Big Tease S.D. keeps Denver sliding.
Bengals at Oakland
Hard to trust the Bengals, really hard. Difficult to know how a change at QB in Oakland will play with the team. Oh hell, Cincy on the road.
Eagles at Bears
A pair of big disappointments. But Bears are total losers in prime time and Jay Cutler has taken up whining. Eagles on the road because Donovan McNabb's at home.
Titans at Houston
Wow, this and Cards-Rams on the same day. What is this, Old Home Week? Vince Young is 3-0 as the starter but Houston is on playoff run. Can't believe I'm starting to believe in the Bengals and Texans, but here we go. Houston at home.
Michael Wilbon| November 20, 2009; 9:09 AM ET | Category: NFL , Post Pro Picks Save & Share:
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