Prisco's Week 11 NFL picks: Aaron Rodgers, Packers continue bounce-back; Patriots sweep Jets; Vikings stay hot

For some weird factor, I simply can’t get it choosing my choices, especially when it concerns my CBSSports.com professional choices. I am under .500 and it worsens by the week. I was 5-9 recently, which dropped my record to 67-77-6.

That’s the problem.

The excellent news is I went 5-1 with my Best Bets as part of the Pick-Six Podcast, which brings my record to 34-23-2 for the season. That I will take.

My directly choices were 8-6 to raise that record to 85-64-1, which isn’t dreadful. But it’s time to do much better in the professional choices. I am attempted of losing weeks.

Thursday, 8:15 p.m. ET (Amazon Prime)

Latest Odds:

Green Bay Packers
-3

The Packers took out a season-saving triumph versus the Cowboys in overtime Sunday, revealing indications of life on offense. The Titans beat the Broncos, regardless of having a lot of injuries on defense. That reveals their strength. This is a difficult turn-around, however, and I believe the Packers rollover their momentum from beating the Cowboys. 

Pick: Packers 24, Titans 19

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET (Fox, FuboTV)

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Atlanta Falcons
-3

The Falcons will be a bit more rested after playing last Thursday, and they are still alive in the department race. This video game will include 2 quarterbacks who like to run, with Chicago’s Justin Fields a genuine obstacle for any defense. But I believe the Falcons will discover a method to slow him down here and get a bounce-back triumph after losing to the Panthers. 

Pick: Falcons 27, Bears 23

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET (Fox, FuboTV)

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Baltimore Ravens
-13

The Panthers will begin Baker Mayfield at quarterback here with P.J Walker hurt. The Ravens understand him well from when he was with Cleveland. The Ravens defense is likewise beginning to round into shape, which isn’t excellent news for the Panthers. Look for Baltimore to come off the bye with a huge triumph. 

Pick: Ravens 30, Panthers 16

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET (CBS, Paramount+)

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Buffalo Bills
-8

The Browns are out on the roadway for a 2nd straight week after losing to Miami recently. The Bills are coming off a dreadful loss to the Vikings, a video game that saw them blow a 17-point lead late. They will secure that disappointment on the Browns defense, which has actually been dreadful. Look for Josh Allen to recuperate with a special day. 

Pick: Bills 35, Browns 21

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET (Fox, FuboTV)

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Washington Commanders
-3

The Commanders distress the Eagles Monday night, and they are heading back out on the roadway for a 2nd straight week. That’s hard, however the Texans have run-defense concerns, which the Commanders will make use of like they did versus the Eagles. Look for Washington to get above .500 with a triumph. 

Pick: Commanders 24, Texans 17

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET (CBS, Paramount+)

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Philadelphia Eagles
-6.5

The Eagles are coming off their very first loss, while the Colts are coming off an outstanding triumph in Jeff Saturday’s very first video game as interim coach. They looked much better by going to Matt Ryan once again at quarterback. The Eagles have run-defense concerns, which might appear with Jonathan Taylor having a special day. I believe the Eagles will return on track and win this one, however it’s close.  

Pick: Eagles 27, Colts 24

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET (CBS, Paramount+)

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New England Patriots
-3

This is a huge video game in regards to the playoff possibilities. The Patriots beat the Jets 3 weeks back at their location in a video game controlled by the defenses. This must be another video game controlled by the defenses, and in the house I will take the Patriots defense. 

Pick: Patriots 20, Jets 16

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET (Fox, FuboTV)

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New Orleans Saints
-4

The Rams have significant concerns and now will be required to play without Cooper Kupp after he suffered an ankle injury. That’s bad for an offense that has actually had a hard time and may not have Matthew Stafford (concussion). The Saints looked lifeless on offense in losing to the Steelers recently. But back house I believe that will alter. Look for a huge video game from Alvin Kamara as the Saints win it. 

Pick: Saints 24, Rams 18

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET (Fox, FuboTV)

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New York Giants
-3

This is a 2nd straight roadway video game for the Lions, who won at Chicago recently. The offense continues to play well, however they still have protective concerns. Look for a huge video game from Saquon Barkley here for the Giants as they press ahead for a playoff berth. Giants take it. 

Pick: Giants 26, Lions 19

Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ET (Fox, FuboTV)

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Las Vegas Raiders
+2.5

This is a video game in between 2 of the larger frustrations in the league. The Broncos can’t score and the Raiders can’t stop anyone. Something needs to provide. I believe the Raiders will get their stops and Derek Carr and the offense will discover a method to win it. 

Pick: Raiders 28, Broncos 21

Dallas Cowboys (-1) at Minnesota Vikings

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET (CBS, Paramount+)

Latest Odds:

Minnesota Vikings
+1.5

The Vikings are house after an incredible triumph over the Bills recently when they rallied from 17 down late. The Cowboys are on the roadway for a 2nd straight week after blowing a 14-point fourth-quarter lead in losing to the Packers. The Cowboys had significant protection concerns recently, which Justin Jefferson will make use of. Look for the Vikings to keep it going. 

Pick: Vikings 30, Cowboys 26

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET (CBS, Paramount+)

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Cincinnati Bengals
-4

The Bengals are coming off a bye, while the Steelers are coming off an outstanding triumph over the Saints. The Pittsburgh defense seemed back because video game, which is a great indication. But this is a huge obstacle in the Bengals offense. Joe Burrow is difficult to stop. They will not stop him. Bengals take it. 

Pick: Bengals 31, Steelers 21

Sunday, 8:20 p.m. ET (NBC, FuboTV)

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Kansas City Chiefs
-5.5

This is essentially to choose the department for the Chiefs. Win it, and it’s theirs. Lose, and it’s a race. The Chiefs are riding high up on offense today and I believe that will appear. Patrick Mahomes will get the very best of it versus Justin Herbert. 

Pick: Chiefs 35, Chargers 27

Monday, 8:15 p.m. ET (ESPN)

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San Francisco 49ers
-8

The 49ers are coming off a triumph over the Chargers, while the Cardinals beat the Rams with Colt McCoy at quarterback. There is an opportunity Kyler Murray is back in this one, however it will not matter. The 49ers are all set to roll with a number of their men back healthy. 

Pick: 49ers 30, Cardinals 23



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