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NFL Picks Against The Spread: Bengals Won't Find Respect From Ravens

As we've done all season, and as we will continue to due for the rest of the NFL season, we share with you our NFL picks against the spread. We are 74-66 ATS on the season. Where are you?  You can still pick against us in our weekly contest which you can join here (ID: 55411, PW: arizona)

Here we share with you our expert picks against the spread for NFL Week 11, the early games. We picked Thursday's Broncos vs Jets game here and we will have picks for the rest of the games posted on Friday.

Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens (-7): The Bengals came back to Earth last week with a beating at the hands of their division older brothers, the Pittsburgh Steelers. Now they get to face a pissed off Ravens team on the road. There's a good reason this spread is seven points. Pick: Ravens

Jacksonville Jaguars at Cleveland Browns (+1): Yeah, so this game is going to happen whether you care or not. Pick: Browns

Carolina Panthers at Detroit Lions (-7): The Lions have cooled from their hot start and Cam Newton has come back to this planet as well as defenses around the league catch up to the offenses. Jahvid Best (concussion) still isn't practicing while Matt Safford is. Pick: Lions

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Green Bay Packers (-14): Last week we picked the Packers to let up and not cover the big spread. We were wrong. We will pick them to cover this week and will probably be wrong again. Picking this team with these spreads is a total shot in the dark. Pick: Packers

Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins (-2): The Dolphins (2-7) are favored in this game. Let that sink in. The Bills are certainly banged up and they are coming off a 44-7 beat down in Dallas but we're not ready to buy into the Dolphins just because they beat Washington. Pick: Bills

Oakland Raiders at Minnesota Vikings (+1): Like the rest of the free world, we didn't think Carson Palmer had a chance against the Chargers. We were wrong. Pick: Raiders.

Dallas Cowboys at Washington Redskins (+8): There was a point early in the season where this looked like it would be a big game but then the Redskins remembered they have Rex Grossman and John Beck driving the car. Pick: Cowboys