Another sub par week of NFL Picks continues to hurt my ultimate goal of 75% winning percentage. In Week 10 I went 7-6 and my season record now stands at 83-54, so for those keeping score at home my win percentage stands at 60.6%. I’ll need some stellar weeks to get that up, and it starts in Week 11….

Colts 17 at Falcons 27

The Colts went 2-0 with Matt Hasselbeck the last time Andrew Luck was out, but they did not face a team of the Falcons caliber. Atlanta’s offense will simply put up more points than the Colts.

Rams 20 at Ravens 24

The Rams have turned to Case Keenum at quarterback, but I am not sold he is a better option than Nick Foles. The Rams will lose a game they need in order to stay in the playoff hunt.

Washington 10 at Panthers 28

Kirk Cousins feasts on bad defenses. The Panthers do not have a bad defense. Advantage Carolina.

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Broncos 14 at Bears 20

The story-lines in this game are plentiful. Coaches John Fox and Adam Gase are coaching against their former team, Jay Cutler is playing against his former team as well, add in Brock Osweiler’s first career start, and you have an intriguing matchup between two teams who are both in their own respective playoff races. I like the Bears to beat the unproven Oseweiler.

Raiders 27 at Lions 30

The Lions turned in by far their best performance of the season with last week’s win in Green Bay, and the Raiders are on a two-game losing streak. Don’t be surprised to see those trends continue as the Raiders fall father out of the AFC playoff race.

Jets 31 at Texans 14

Both teams are fighting for their playoff lives, but I like Fitzpatrick to play well against his former team and the Jets defense to shut down the Texans in a game that won’t be that close.

(AP Photo/Brandon Wade, File)
(AP Photo/Brandon Wade, File)

Cowboys 31 at Dolphins 21

Tony’s back, back again. Tony’s back, tell a friend. The Cowboys win with their savior at the helm.

Packers 24 at Vikings 20

The Vikings have a huge opportunity to establish themselves as the favorites in the NFC North. Sadly, they play the Packers and despite their poor performances of late, Green Bay is the better team.

Buccaneers 27 at Eagles 13

Mark Sanchez is the starter for Philly. That’s all you need to know.

49ers at Seahawks

Blaine Gabbert against the Seahawks defense? I’ll take the Seahawks.

Chiefs 23 at Chargers 20

The Chiefs have quietly strung together a series of impressive wins after a very slow start. Playing a banged up Chargers team at the right time could continue their winning ways.

Bengals 20 at Cardinals 34

The Cardinals’ offense is firing on all cylinders, and Arizona will earn its second consecutive Sunday night victory.

Bills 20 at Patriots 42

New England owns the Bills, recording a 30-3 record since 2000. Chalk up win No. 31

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