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Posted at 5:27 PM ET, 11/19/2010

Week 11 NFL picks

By LaVar Arrington

Bengals over Bills: My gut says the Bengals, but I'm struggling because the Bills are competitive.

Cowboys over Lions: I think the 'Boys will get on a roll and win their second in a row this week.

Steelers over Raiders: The Raiders will make it a game, but the Steelers will be too much.

Jets over Texans: The Jets are proving to be one of the better teams in the NFL.

Ravens over Panthers: The Ravens' defense is too good.

Jaguars over Browns: The Jags will have enough to get this win but not by much.

Titans over Redskins: The Titans are just a better team, and they are playing at home.

Chiefs over Cardinals: The Cardinals aren't the same team without Kurt Warner.

Vikings over Packers: Yes, I'm picking the Vikes; I believe they will pull the upset.

Rams over Falcons: The Rams are a different team; I believe they shock the Falcons.

Saints over Seahawks: The Saints are getting better at the right time.

Buccaneers over 49ers: The Bucs will win in a tough battle against the Niners.

Patriots over Colts: This is obviously the game of the week; the Pats are maturing on defense and as a team.

Broncos over Chargers: I don't believe the Bolts hype; the Broncos are playing some good football right now.

Giants over Eagles: The Birds had an amazing showing Monday -- so much running that the short week will affect them and the G-men will be ready to go.

By LaVar Arrington  | November 19, 2010; 5:27 PM ET
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