John Azam Azam's Week 12 Prediction Game and Week 11 Results

John Azam AzamCorrespondent INovember 19, 2009

CHARLOTTE - NOVEMBER 19: (L-R) Chad Henne #7 and Ricky Williams #34 of the Miami Dolphins look from the field against the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium on November 19, 2009 in Charlotte, North Carolina.  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
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Welcome to Week 11 of John Azam Azam's Prediction Game. 

Week 11 looks to be one of the best of the season, as playoff scenarios come into play. 

I am also pleased to annonce that the Bye Weeks have offically ended, so there will be 16 Games every week.

Since many members are not used to the Thursday Night games and didn't give their picks until the game was played, we will skip the first game - Miami at Carolina.

Patrick Gaudron and JC De La Torre are mathmatically elimated from making it to the playoffs, but feel free to still make your predictions.

Here are the Standings:

1. JW Nix (73)

2. Robert Meyer (70)

3. Tyler Lambert (69)

4. Will Holt (67)

5. Blaine Spence (66)

6. Sportscaster007 (65.5)

7. Yoni Janis (65)

8. People's Champion (64)

8. MR.DAVE (64)

10. Chris Anderson (55)

Still Alive

11. Tayler Smith (48)

11. Austin Penny (48)

13. Kyle Winslow (41)

13. Ben Hammond (41)

15. Justin Thomas (40)

15. Hurricane Hubbard (40)

Mathematically Eliminated

17. JC De La Torre

18. Patrick Guadron


            Early Games

Steelers (6-3) at Chiefs (2-7)

This game will make or break the Steelers' season.

49ers (4-5) at Packers (5-4)

This is a very intriguing game between two potential NFC Wildcard Contenders.

Browns (1-8) at Lions (1-8)

This is the same type of game that you end up watching on a Tuesday Night, because nothing else is on.  Fortunately, there are many great games this week!

Saints (9-0) at Bucs (1-8)

Could Tamp Bay really be the team to hand New Orleans their first loss?

Falcons (5-4) at Giants (5-4)

This is another huge game in the NFC with Wildcard implications. 

Bills (3-6) at Jaguars (5-4)

This match-up is not very intrguing, but it should be very competitive.

Redskins (3-6) at Cowboys (5-4)

This is a classic rivalry.  Dallas was put in a trap game last week, while the Redskins trapped the Broncos.  This game makes for a potential Game of the Week.

Seahawks (3-6) at Vikings (8-1)

Minnesota looks to keep their big playoff dreams alive...but Seattle has other things in mind...

Colts (9-0) at Ravens (5-4)

Baltimore has played well this season and could have something for the undefeated Colts.

             Late Games

Cardinals (6-3) at Rams (1-8)

Despite the records, its a divisional game with more on the line than meets the eye.

Jets (4-5) at Patriots (6-3)

New York won head-to-head against New England earlier in the season, but this doesn't appear to be the same Jets team we saw earlier in the season. 

Bengals (7-2) at Raiders (2-7)

It looks like a cupcake game, but anything can happen in the NFL.

Chargers (6-3) at Broncos (6-3) - Game of the Week

Denver has lost three-straight, but they're still leading the division because they beat the Chargers in Week Six. 

Eagles (5-4) at Bears (4-5) - Sunday Night

This is the third game with potential Wildcard Playoff Contenders.  But if Philadelphia can force Jay Cutler to force the ball, the Eagles could be on their way to leading the division.  As for the Bears, this is a make or break game.

Titans (3-6) at Texans (5-4) - Monday Night

The Titans started the season 0-6, but they're now on a three-game winning streak, winning two of them in blowout fashion.  As for the Texans, they come off a bye week, still as a contedner for the playoffs.  This is a huge game and should be a great one!