NFL Week 11 Picks: Frank Caliendo's Picks and 3 of My Picks

Jonathan MaurerCorrespondent IINovember 20, 2011

SEATTLE, WA - NOVEMBER 13: Quarterback Joe Flacco #5 of the Baltimore Ravens walks off the field after pre-game warm ups before a game against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field on November 13, 2011 in Seattle, Washington. The Seahawks won 22-17.  (Photo by Stephen Brashear /Getty Images)
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For those of you who want to play against Frank Caliendo, Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan and Jimmy Johnson, just go to the Fox Sports website and play Frank's picks. Also, make sure to tune in and watch the FOX NFL Sunday Pregame show that starts at 12 p.m. ET.    

I apologize that I wasn't able to post my picks for last week. Last week I was 1-3, and in case you didn't know, I was 3-1 the previous week.          

My picks for last week were the Falcons over the Saints, The 49ers over the Giants, The Bills over the Cowboys and the Redskins over the Dolphins. 

I am not ashamed of the fact that I picked Atlanta, because it was a close game. I know you guys hate that call Mike Smith made, but I thought it was a good call to be honest with you. 

Many thought the 49ers couldn't win a game by putting the game on Alex Smith's shoulders.  He  proved that to be false.

The Bills got dominated, and I didn't think that would happen, so I was wrong on that one. I wouldn't have picked Washington if I had known Rex Grossman was going to start.  

Now here are my picks for this week.     


Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Ravens   

This is an important divisional game for the Ravens and the Bengals. Both are 6-3, and a win for either of the teams will have them tied for first in the division with the Steelers. This is going to be a close game, and likely a low-scoring game, because both defenses are so great.  

My pick: Bengals  


Seattle Seahawks vs. St. Louis Rams  

Yes, this game is actually happening.  

Both teams aren't doing well at all, which is why the 49ers have the NFC West pretty much locked up. Tarvaris Jackson has had trouble this year with his new team, and Sam Bradford has had trouble picking up his offense.  

The team that wins is the one that is either able to establish the run or force enough turnovers on defense for their offense to score.  

My pick: Seahawks   


Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins 

The Dolphins are coming off two wins, and the Bills are coming off two blowout losses. The Dolphins may be rolling, But I expect the Bills to bounce back. 

My pick: Bills  


My upset pick of the week: Jaguars over the Browns