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NFL Week 11 predictions: Picks from the Tampa Bay Times staff

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Tampa Bay at Kansas City (-7.5) Kansas City, 24-20 KANSAS CITY 24-10 Kansas City 27-20 KANSAS CITY 27-20 Kansas City 31-13 Kansas City 24-17
Pittsburgh (-8.5) at Cleveland Pittsburgh 41-20 Pittsburgh 52-16 PITTSBURGH 34-14 Pittsburgh 17-10 Pittsburgh 31-16 Pittsburgh 34-20
Baltimore at Dallas (-7.5) Dallas 31-21 Baltimore 28-20 Dallas 21-20 Dallas 20-13 Dallas 28-17 Dallas 27-17
Jacksonville at Detroit (-6.5) Detroit 28-20 Detroit 28-23 Detroit 21-20 Detroit 30-20 Detroit 35-19 Detroit 35-20
Tennessee at Indianapolis (-3.5) Indianapolis 27-21 Tennessee 43-37 Indianapolis 24-20 Tennessee 27-20 Tennessee 19-17 Tennessee 21-20
Buffalo at Cincinnati (-2.5) Cincinnati 31-21 Buffalo 35-24 Cincinnati 30-26 Buffalo 28-24 Cincinnati 21-20 Cincinnati 24-20
Chicago at N.Y. Giants (-7.5) New York 34-17 N.Y. Giants 28-14 Giants 24-16 N.Y. Giants 22-13 N.Y. Giants 30-14 NY Giants 31-20
Arizona at Minnesota (even) Arizona 27-21 Minnesota 23-20 Arizona 20-17 Minnesota 20-19 Arizona 21-13 Arizona 24-21
Miami (-2.5) at Los Angeles Miami 31-20 Los Angeles 17-16 Miami 20-16 Miami 24-14 Miami 19-10 Miami 20-14
New England (-13.5) at San Francisco New England 38-17 New England 34-17 New England 38-24 New England 40-30 NEW ENGLAND 41-10 New England 31-10
Philadelphia at Seattle (-6.5) Seattle 27-17 Seattle 27-20 Seattle 27-16 Seattle 28-13 Seattle 24-10 Seattle 27-20
Green Bay at Washington (-2.5) Green Bay 24-21 Green Bay 27-24 Green Bay 27-24 Washington 22-15 Washington 24-21 Washington 24-21
Houston at Oakland (-5.5) Oakland 21-17 Houston 21-16 Oakland 31-23 Oakland 24-17 Oakland 28-14 Oakland 30-21

NFL Week 11 predictions: Picks from the Tampa Bay Times staff 11/18/16 [Last modified: Sunday, November 20, 2016 12:15pm]
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