NFL Week 11 picks, schedule, odds, injuries,

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The Week 11 NFL schedule for the 2022 season is stacked with great matchups, and we got you covered with what you need to know heading into the weekend. Our NFL Nation reporters bring us the biggest keys to every game and a bold prediction for each matchup.

Additionally, ESPN Stats & Information provides a big stat to know and a betting nugget for each contest, and our Football Power Index (FPI) goes inside the numbers with a matchup rating (on a scale of 1 to 100) and a game projection. ESPN researcher Kyle Soppe hands out helpful fantasy football intel, as well. Finally, Seth Walder and Eric Moody give us final score picks for every game. Everything you want to know is here in one spot to help you get ready for a loaded weekend of NFL football.

Let’s get into the full Week 11 slate, including a big AFC East matchup between the New York Jets visiting the New England Patriots and the 8-1 Minnesota Vikings hosting the Dallas Cowboys. It all culminates with a Monday Night Football matchup between the 49ers and the Cardinals on ESPN. (Game times are Sunday unless otherwise noted.)

Jump to a matchup:
NYJ-NE | PHI-IND | DET-NYG
CLE-BUF | LAR-NO | CHI-ATL
CAR-BAL | WSH-HOU | LV-DEN
DAL-MIN | CIN-PIT | KC-LAC | SF-ARI

Thursday: TEN 27, GB 17
Bye: MIA, SEA, TB, JAX

1 p.m. ET | CBS | Spread: NE -3 (38.5)

What to watch for: Jets QB Zach Wilson threw three interceptions in a 22-17 loss to New England on Oct. 30, and was already talking about a rematch with the Patriots in the immediate aftermath of that game. Jets head coach Robert Saleh said of Wilson: “From a narrative standpoint, to try to attack a young man for 4-5 plays, when they are 4-5 teachable moments in my mind, I think we’re missing the big picture on that.” Meanwhile, Patriots QB Mac Jones was sacked six times that day, his first full game returning from a high ankle sprain. He said he did a “full audit” of his first half of the season during this past bye week, and offensive playcaller Matt Patricia…

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