2016 NFL Week 11 Review: Playoff Teams Are Taking Shape

The Raiders are on track.

Our 2016 NFL week 11 review looks at teams in the AFC and NFC at the 10-game mark. About two-thirds of the 2016 NFL season has been played. That means that close to half of the 16 teams in the league are seeing the odds of making the playoffs either disappear or begin to fade away quickly. Still, there is plenty of football to play and plenty of bets to make. Here’s our 2016 NFL week 11 review of both divisions.

AFC Takeaways from Week 11

Browns lose another.

This time it was the Steelers that got to beat up on the Browns. That allowed them to keep close to the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC North. Baltimore lost to the apparently unbeatable Dallas Cowboys, which gave the Steelers even a bit more hope. The following teams got to rest this week, Denver Broncos (7-3) San Diego Chargers (4-6) and New York Jets (3-7). Here’s who won and lost in week 11 of the AFC.

NFC Takeaways from Week 11

Green Bay appears to be done for the season, but not the Redskins.

This past week, the Atlanta Falcons (6-4) benefitted from the bye-week, which meant they neither won nor lost. In our 2016 NFL week 11 review we note that
in one game it became clear that Aaron Rodgers and the Packers are done for 2016 and Kirk Cousins and the Redskins are far from finished. Trends that continued was Detroit’s ability to pull a win out in the final quarter and Chicago’s tendency to find a way to lose. Here’s what happened this week in the NFC.

2016 NFL Week 11 Review: Final Thoughts

In our 2016 NFL week 11 review, we offer sports bettors this basic but important observation. There are teams such as the Seahawks, Patriots, Raiders, and Cowboys who look like sure bets. That is, depending on the spread. But we also note this. These successful and amazingly productive teams all stand the chance of being upset at least once during their final six games of 2016.

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