Previewing NFL Week 11

–Could the Super Bowl rematch between the Chiefs and Eagles also be a preview of this year’s Super Bowl? When they meet Monday night in Kansas City, they will be the top seeds in each conference. And the matchup will feature two of the best quarterbacks in Patrick Mahomes and Jalen Hurts. The Chiefs are 7-2 and a slight favorite over the 8-1 Eagles.

–The Thursday night game is also a good one with Cincinnati at Baltimore with both teams coming off losses and desperate for a victory. Baltimore still leads the AFC North at 7-3 while the Bengals are out of the current playoff picture at 5-4.

–The surprising Vikings are playing at Denver on Sunday night. The Vikings have won two in a row with Josh Dobbs at quarterback and are currently a wild card team at 6-4. Denver upset the Bills last week when the Bills had 12 men on the field to give the Broncos a second chane at a game winning field goal. The Broncos are fighting for a wild card spot at 4-5.

–In the feature CBS early game, the Steelers go to Cleveland for the latest game in one of the best rivalries in the NFL. The Steelers have been outgained nine games in a row but somehow are 6-3. The Browns will be missing Deshaun Watson, who is out for the year. The Browns are also 6-3, so it is a pivotal division game for both teams.

–Kyler Murray, in his second game back with 2-8 Arizona, will try to upset Houston, which is 5-4 with rookie C.J. Stroud having an amazing year. If the Texans beat Arizona and then beat Jacksonville next week, they will be leading the AFC South with a tie break over the Jaguars.

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