NFL Picks Week 11: Home Teams That Are Worthy of Your Money
Which teams should you be spending your hard-earned cash on this Sunday?
What teams are in form, and more importantly in home form, heading into Week 11 of the NFL regular season?
Here is a look at seven teams at home in Week 11 that are playing well enough for you to spend your money on a ticket to go and watch them.
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The Baltimore Ravens host the Cincinnati Bengals this Sunday.
The Ravens and Bengals are tied for second in the AFC North with records of 6-3.
The Ravens are undefeated in their four games at home this season, although the Bengals are an impressive 4-1 on the road.
However Cincinnati has had a relatively easy schedule so far and division rivals Baltimore should have too much for a Bengals side that has punched above its weight in 2011.
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Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers head to Detroit to face the Lions this weekend.
The Panthers have played some decent football this year but have struggled to a 2-7 record that puts them last in the NFC South.
Meanwhile the Lions are 6-3 overall and are a solid football team that sits second equal in the NFC North to the Chicago Bears behind the undefeated Green Bay Packers.
The Panthers have yet to win on the road this season and that doesn't look likely to change after their trip to Detroit.
Green Bay Packers
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The undefeated Green Bay Packers welcome the 4-5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers this weekend.
The Buccaneers have lost their last three games and that doesn't bode well ahead of a date with the defending Super Bowl champions.
The 9-0 Packers just keep trucking along, and their winning streak will not be stopped this weekend.
San Francisco 49ers
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One of the surprise packages of the NFL this season has been the San Francisco 49ers.
The 49ers have charged along to 8-1 record, with their one slip-up coming at home against the Dallas Cowboys.
The Arizona Cardinals, whom many tipped to win the NFC West, are currently 3-6 and have quickly slipped out of playoff contention.
They have an away record of 1-4 and that doesn't look likely to improve when they travel to San Francisco this weekend.
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The Atlanta Falcons have been up and down this season and have a 5-4 record that puts them second in the NFC South.
The Titans, meanwhile, have had a similar season (5-4) and sit second in the AFC South.
However a trip to the Georgia Dome will be a step too far for the Titans, as the Falcons look to bounce back from a tough overtime loss to division rival New Orleans.
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The Chicago Bears are one of the hottest teams in the NFL right now after winning their last four games.
They have moved to a 6-3 record that includes a solid 4-1 record at home.
They will host the struggling San Diego Chargers, who are 4-5 in a weak AFC West and have a poor 1-3 road record.
This looks likely to be win No. 5 in a row for the Bears.
New England Patriots
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The Kansas City Chiefs were being tipped by a lot of people for a big season.
After a slow start they looked to be coming right, before two losses in their last two games that have dropped them to a 4-5 record in the AFC West.
They head to New England this weekend to face Tom Brady and the Patriots.
The Patriots have improved to a 6-3 record and first place in the AFC East, and with a solid home record of 3-1 they will be too good for the inconsistent Chiefs.