The Browns are out on the road for a second straight week

The Bears are the first since at least 1940 to rush for 230 yards in five straight games, and the 10th team to put together a streak of at least five 200-plus yard games on the ground, though none have done it since 1976. The other nine teams went 48-4-2 during their streaks, while Chicago is just 1-4 while piling up insane rushing totals. Part of that is due to the offensive landscape being far different in 2022 than it was in the 1970s and prior, and part of that is due to how bad the Bears defense is, especially after trading away Roquan Smith and Robert Quinn. But with Fields starting to turn into Lamar Jackson 2.0, he’s a guy I like backing when catching points, especially against bad teams.

Week 11 of the 2022 NFL regular season features some incredible matchups. Justin Fields returns to his home state to take on the Atlanta Falcons, the Cleveland Browns face the Buffalo Bills in Detroit due to a heavy snowstorm that pounded New York and the Dallas Cowboys look to get back on track vs. the 8-1 Minnesota Vikings in what is probably the game of the week.  NFL RedZone 2022, Week 11: Live start time, how to watch on TV, without cable

“The Falcons qualify as a bad team to me, one that is terrible defending the pass and getting sacks, which should open things up in the passing game for Fields. The question is whether the Atlanta offense can take advantage of a great matchup against the awful Chicago defense, but they’ve underperformed the last few weeks in what should’ve been better matchups, so I’m not just going to pencil in 30-plus for this team in this matchup like we saw with the Lions against Chicago last week. The Falcons have had one of the worst home-field advantages in the league in recent years as well, so I think we’re getting nice value catching the full field goal in this matchup.”

Sunday’s games kickoff Sunday with the Bears taking on the Falcons and the Eagles taking on the Colts. In the AFC East, the Jets will face the Patriots once again. Other matchups inculde the Rams vs. Saints, Lions vs. Giants, Panthers vs. Ravens and Commanders vs. Texans. Elsewhere in the early slot, Josh Allen and the Bills looking to bounce back against the Browns after last week’s memorable game against Minnesota. Those Vikings will be in action in the late afternoon when they take on the Cowboys. The other late-afternoon games Sunday include the Raiders vs. Broncos and Bengals vs. Steelers.

Who goes head-to-head in NFL games today? Week 11 of the 2022 NFL season features 12 games on Sunday with four teams on a bye. Here’s how to watch all the action, including start times, channels, and live stream options.

Buckle up for another Sunday football feast, and keep track of NFL Week 11 scores, schedule, inactives, and live updates throughout the day. 

It’s another Sunday of action across the NFL, as the season begins to hit the home stretch of the schedule and things like the playoff picture begin to come more into focus.

We’ve already had a game played this week, with the Tennessee Titans going into Lambeau Field and dismantling the hapless Green Bay Packers. It’s starting to look like it’s a lost season for Aaron Rodgers, as the Packers sit way on the outside of the playoff picture over in the NFC as rival Minnesota runs away with the NFC North.

Tennessee will have plenty of interest in what happens on Sunday in the AFC. Kansas City currently holds the No. 1 seed in the conference but faces a tough matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday Night Football — a game the Chiefs should win but never have an easy time in.

Baltimore has a potential trap game against a nasty and unpredictable Carolina Panthers team, while the suddenly free-falling Buffalo Bills play perhaps the strangest game of the week. Thanks to the historic snowstorm that rocked Orchard Park, the Bills will be playing a home game in Detroit against the Browns.

Just so we have it straight — the Lions will be playing a road game against a team in New York while a team from New York will be playing a home game in Detroit with neither the Bills nor Lions playing each other this week. That matchup waits until Thursday when the Bills welcome the Lions back home for a road game on Thanksgiving.

Sunday, Nov. 20

Chicago Bears vs Atlanta Falcons, 1:00 p.m. ET on Fox

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Indianapolis Colts, 1:00 p.m. ET on CBS

New York Jets vs. New England Patriots, 1:00 p.m. ET on CBS

Washington Commanders vs. Houston Texans, 1:00 p.m. ET on Fox

Los Angeles Rams vs. New Orleans Saints, 1:00 p.m. ET on Fox

Cleveland Browns vs. Buffalo Bills, 1:00 p.m. ET on CBS

Charlotte Panthers vs. Baltimore Ravens, 1:00 p.m. ET on Fox

Detroit Lions vs. New York Giants, 1:00 p.m. ET on Fox

Las Vegas Raiders vs. Denver Broncos, 4:05 p.m. ET on Fox

Dallas Cowboys vs. Minnesota Vikings, 4:25 p.m. ET on CBS

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers, 4:25 p.m. ET on CBS

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Los Angeles Chargers, 8:20 p.m. ET on NBC

Monday, Nov. 21

San Francisco 49ers vs. Arizona Cardinals, 8:15 p.m. ET on ESPN

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Check back throughout the day as we compile the best plays and most interesting moments of the day in Week 11. 

Last week was absolutely bonkers in the NFL.

The insanity of the Vikings-Bills matchup still has fans talking and Philadelphia’s shocking loss, removing the last undefeated team in the league, still has some jaws agape.

That’s what happens in the back half of an NFL season, though. Things start to get a lot more serious and a lot more interesting. And this week? It’s likely going to be just as packed with water-cooler moments.

The Browns are out on the road for a second straight week after losing to Miami last week. The Bills are coming off a terrible loss to the Vikings, a game that saw them blow a 17-point lead late. They will take out that frustration on the Browns defense, which has been terrible. Look for Josh Allen to bounce back with a big day.

The Giants may win ugly, but they win and they beat teams they are theoretically supposed to beat. New York’s only losses this year are to a pair of six-win teams, while Detroit has just six total wins over its last 30 games. The Lions defense also has a tendency for average offenses to look elite as Detroit ranks last in points allowed, yards allowed and third-down defense. Darius Slayton has emerged as a potential No. 1 receiver and, paired with Saquon Barkley, the Giants offense is starting to hit its stride. It’s been over five years since the Lions won three in a row and the model doesn’t see that drought ending on Sunday.

The Rams are awful no matter who plays quarterback. It does not matter, their offensive line is the worst. They’ve had nine different lines start and they all stink. Nine different variations of it and every one of them has been awful. They have no Cooper Kupp. They have no weapons. I think the Saints at home with their defense will play better in this game. I like the Saints as a best bet. I think New Orleans will cover this number and win by 10.

That’s Pete Prisco’s take from the Pick Six Podcast, where he, R.J. White and Will Brinson broke down all the games from a gambling perspective and gave out best bets on Thursday — as they do every week. Give it a listen below and subscribe for great NFL content in your feed daily.

New England has won THIRTEEN STRAIGHT in this series including a game back in Week 8 where Zach Wilson threw three interceptions in a 22-17 Jets loss. Wilson might double that total this week and that’s because young quarterbacks almost always get eaten alive when they play against Bill Belichick’s defense in New England.

Since the start of the 2001 season, Belichick is 53-5 in home games where the other team is starting a first or second-year QB. In this case, that QB is Wilson, who is 0-3 all-time against the Patriots with seven interceptions and a QB rating of 50.5.

You have to give credit to Jeff Saturday and the Colts. After one of the more bizarre situations that we’ve seen in some time with his hiring, Saturday was able to lead his team to a road win against the Raiders. However, I’m still going to bet against this situation for the time being. Indy got an initial jolt, but with this number now under a touchdown, I’m going to pounce. Yes, Philly is no longer undefeated and has shown some warts stopping the run, but it is still a far better team.

The Eagles have shown us they can get after the quarternack, grading as a top five unit, according to Pro Football Focus. That plays into our hands perfectly with this matchup against a Colts offensive line that continues to struggle in protection, ranking 29th in pass blocking, per PFF.

We also have a little bit of a revenge narrative for Philly coach Nick Sirianni, who was the Colts offensive coordinator from 2018-2020. This will be his first game against his former club, which adds a little juice to the matchup.

My left hand has been up ever since the Commanders’ upset win over the Philadelphia Eagles. I was surprised, but not shocked. (We had Washington +11 in the column last week). NFC East opponents probably have a bit of an upper hand when it comes to facing off against the Eagles — yes even the Commanders. They controlled time of possession, ran the ball well and won the turnover battle. Plus, Taylor Heinicke gave us more magic.

The Raiders look terrible, so I’m well prepared for them to screw up this teaser. Feel free to skip them here and just go to the next time. But I just can’t conceive of a world in which the Broncos win a game by more than one score the rest of the year with that offense. The Las Vegas offense should be able to get back to running the ball in this matchup and keep it close throughout.

Since the first time these teams met, the Broncos have played five games, and the most points scored in any of those games was 38. Teasing underdogs up is worth even more when points are at a premium, and with this anticipated to be another low-scoring game. The Vikings are home after a miraculous victory over the Bills last week when they rallied from 17 down late. The Cowboys are on the road for a second straight week after blowing a 14-point fourth-quarter lead in losing to the Packers.

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