Joe Golden: Rams v Chiefs the Highlight on Week 11

The Rams meet the Chiefs in week 11's most anticipated encounter

Chicago NFL pundit Joe Golden gives his views on this weekend’s matches.

At this point in the season, it isn’t always necessary to find the hot team when there are plenty that are ice cold. This week we’ll take a look at three teams that are in the deep freeze.

Pick Three

The Cincy Bengals are doing their usual late season fade, the Baltimore Ravens are only giving them a few points as they will be changing QB – but anyone they use will conquer the horrible Cincy defense.

The Detroit Lions QB could sue his line for lack of support – they are allowing him to be sacked 10 times per match. The Carolina Panthers are hitting on all cylinders and should blast past the Lions.

The Denver Broncos may be making some coaching changes soon, might be even sooner as the Chargers continue a late season run and add another L to the Broncos record.

See this weekend’s NFL fixtures

Overs

The Buffalo Bills played a trick on us all last week, signing a QB who hadn’t played in 3 years but who came back and ruined our under. This week we’ll avoid nasty surprises like that.

The LA Rams and KC Chiefs have scored high and made everyone money all year. This week they play each other and the scoring total could set new records, take the over.

One nearly sure thing in the NFL is Drew Brees in a home game – that’s what we have this week with a desperate Philadelphia team against the New Orleans Saints.

Drew had the over by halftime last week – this should also be a comfortable over.

MNF

The late game is a real treat – the Rams and the Chiefs. This game was moved from Mexico City due to turf problems in the stadium.

Not having to adjust to breathing mile-high air will aid in these teams reaching the over.

The line has moved all week – if you can get KC plus 3.5 points, grab that as well. Remember, if you feel lucky this week, do something about it



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*Odds were correct at time of publishing the article