As we get deeper into the season, the survivor pools get challenging. It's even more difficult this season with so many upsets, including last week when Washington gave Philadelphia its first loss of the season as a double-digit underdog. Only one game has a double-digit spread in Week 11 and eight games are at 3.5 points or lower. The Dolphins, Seahawks, Jaguars, and Buccaneers are on bye.



NFL Week 11 Survivor Picks

1) Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens are the biggest favorite of the week and coming off a bye. They are set up to make a big second-half run with a favorable schedule and it starts at home against the Panthers, who will start Baker Mayfield at quarterback. The Ravens could get back running back Gus Edwards and tight end Mark Andrews for an offense averaging 26.1 points per game. The Panthers have lost eight consecutive road games and have allowed 5.4 yards per carry over the last three games and the Ravens average 5.5 yards per carry.

2) San Francisco 49ers

The 49ers take on the Cardinals on Monday night in Mexico City. It's still unclear if Kyler Murray or Colt McCoy will start for the Cardinals behind an offensive line missing several starters. Murray was out last week with a hamstring injury. The 49ers defense is getting healthy and has held seven of their nine opponents to 19 points or fewer. The Cardinals are 28th in offensive DVOA and have allowed at least 31 points in three of the last four games. The 49ers offense has a multitude of weapons and a potent running game with Christian McCaffrey and Elijah Mitchell, who returned from injured reserve last week. The duo combined for 166 rushing yards against the Chargers.

3) Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles lost for the first time last week. A lot of things went wrong, mostly turning the ball over four times and running only 47 plays. Washington had the ball for more than 40 minutes. The Colts won last week in the debut of coach Jeff Saturday and Matt Ryan gave the offense life. Still, they beat the Raiders, who are one of the worst teams in the NFL. The Eagles defense allowed only 4.1 yards per play to Washington. The Eagles are fourth in total offense and third in total defense. The Colts are 30th in points per game with 15.7 points per game.

Last week: 2-1

Season: 20-9-1

Looking for even deeper picks to use for NFL Week 11 Survivor? Check out the latest episode of Cash It with me and Howard Bender as we discuss some of the lower-end plays you may have to use if you've already burned the top teams.


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