Posted on Thursday, November 17, 2016
Compiled by Jerry Tapp
Here’s a look at the 14 NFL games for Week #11 (Nov. 17, 20, 21) and a handful of stats you need to know about each contest. (Games are on Sunday unless otherwise noted).
New Orleans @ Carolina (Thursday): The Panthers lead the series 23-20 and have won six of the last nine versus the Saints. The Panthers are 3-1 in the last four games played at home against New Orleans. The last two games ended in identical scores of 41-38. The last three games were decided by five points or less.
Pittsburgh @ Cleveland: The Steelers hold a 70-58 advantage in this divisional matchup. Pittsburgh has won six of the last seven against the Browns. The Browns have scored under 10 points in five of the last 11 games versus Pittsburgh. The Steelers are 10-2 against Cleveland since 2010.
Baltimore @ Dallas: Dallas has never beaten Baltimore in the four games played in this series. The last game played in Dallas was in 2008, won by Baltimore, 33-24. The last meeting between the two teams was in 2012 won by Baltimore, 31-29.
Jacksonville @ Detroit: The Jags have won three of the five games played against the Lions. Detroit won the last meeting (in 2012), 31-14. The teams have split the two games played in Detroit. Only one of the five games played in the series was decided by less than 15 points.
Tennessee @ Indianapolis: Indy leads the series 30-14. The Colts have won 10 straight versus the Titans. Seven of the last 10 games played in the series were decided by eight points or less. The Colts have won nine straight at home against Tennessee.
Buffalo @ Cincinnati: Buffalo holds a one-game advantage, 15-14, over the Bengals. Cincinnati has won three straight in the series. Buffalo has won four of the last five games played in Cincinnati. Two of the last three games were decided by a field goal.
Tampa Bay @ Kansas City: The Bucs have won six of the 11 games played against the Chiefs. Tampa Bay has won four consecutive games versus the Chiefs. Kansas City has won three of the last four games played at home against the Bucs. Three of the last four games in the series were decided by a touchdown or less.
Chicago @ New York Giants: The Bears hold a 33-22-2- lead over the Giants in this series. The two teams have split the last six games they played and have split the last 12 games they played. The Bears have won three of the last four games played on the Giants’ home field.
Arizona @ Minnesota: Minnesota leads the series 15-11 and has won five of the last seven played against the Cardinals. Minnesota has won eight straight at home against the Cards. Three of the last four games played in the series were decided by seven points or less.
Miami @ Los Angeles Rams: Miami has won 10 of the 12 games played in this series. They have won three straight and are 5-1 on the road versus the Rams. The last two games in the series were decided by three and four points.
New England @ San Francisco: San Francisco leads this series, 8-4, although the Pats have won three of the last four games played. The 49ers won the last meeting, 41-34, in 2012. The 49ers are 4-1 at home against New England.
Philadelphia @ Seattle: This series is tied at 7-7. The Seahawks have won four of the last five. The Eagles are 5-3 in games played in Seattle.
Green Bay @ Washington: Green Bay leads the series 20-14-1. Green Bay has won six of the last seven games against the Redskins. Washington is 3-2 in the last five games played at home versus the Packers.
Houston @ Oakland (Monday): Houston leads the series 6-3. The teams split the last six contests. The Texans are 4-1 in Oakland. Three of the last four games played between the two teams were decided by a TD or less.
Teams with a bye this week: Atlanta, Denver, New York Jets, San Diego