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By Marc Lawrence — The Week 11 NFL schedule is stacked with great matchups. ESPN’s NFL Nation reporters bring us the keys to every game, a bold prediction for each matchup and final score picks. Additionally, ESPN Stats & Information provides a stat to know for each game, and the Football Power Index (FPI) goes inside the numbers with a matchup rating (on a scale of 1 to 100) and a game projection. For example: When quarterback Ryan Tannehill starts regular-season games for Tennessee, overs are 16-3, including 7-2 this season… and Pittsburgh is 1-10 ATS as a double-digit road favorite under coach Mike Tomlin, with four outright losses… and Cincinnati is 0-17-1 outright in its past 18 road games… To read more nuggets on every matchup on today’s card click here.

Trending Today

Good news for the New England Patriots today. RB Sony Michel will be making his long-awaited return. Michel hasn’t played since Week 3 and was placed on IR on Oct. 5 with a quad injury… Cleveland Browns tackle Jack Conklin and PK Cody Parkey have been activated from the reserve/COVID list, clearing their way for a return today… To read more on NFL player moves surrounding this week’s games click here.

Grinding Out The Profits

From this week’s PLAYBOOK Football Newsletter: Rekindling Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer’s non-division numbers, he is 25-8-1 ATS as a host in these games, including 23-3 SU and 20-5-1 ATS as a favorite. On the opposite side of the field, the Cowboys are just 1-10 ATS of late in this series. Zimmer’s machine is purring again (3-0 SUATS since Minnesota’s Bye week) and it should be noted moving forward.

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