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Game previews for all of the scheduled Week 11 games of the 2009 NFL Football season.

2009 Week Eleven NFL Football Game Previews

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Thursday, November 19th, 2009

Miami Dolphins (4-5) @ Carolina Panthers (4-5)
Time: 8:20pm ET
Spread: Carolina - 3
Over/Under: 43
Preview: A pair of 4-5 teams will go at it on Thursday night when the Miami Dolphins head to Carolina, to take on the Panthers. Both teams are coming off wins in week ten, and both on the outside looking in at playoff positions. Miami is coming in off their state of Florida win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. Chad Henne tried to give the game away was he throw a late interception that led to a Buccaneers touchdown. Henne then was able to drive the Dolphins down the field for a Dan Carpenter field goal. The win for the Dolphins put them into second place in the AFC East, gaining a game on divisional leading New England. The Dolphins have struggled on the road this season, winning just one of four games. The Panthers, at 4-5, are just one game out in the NFC Wildcard chase, after their 28-19 win over the Atlanta Falcons. In the win for the Panthers, Johnathan Stewart rushed for 82 yards and 2 touchdowns. Jake Delhomme had one of his most effective outings of the season, completing 15 of 24 passes for 195 yards and 2 touchdowns. The Panthers have split their four home games this season.

Sunday, November 22th, 2009

Pittsburgh Steelers (6-3) @ Kansas City Chiefs (2-7)
Time: 1pm ET
Spread: Pittsburgh - 10
Over/Under: 40.5
Preview: The Steelers will look to bounce back from their loss to Cincinnati when they head west to take on the Chiefs. Pittsburgh was unable go solve the Bengals defense, scoring just 12 points in the loss. The Steelers, with the loss dropped to 6-3, and second place in the AFC North. Pittsburgh will be without top defensive player Troy Polamalu. Rashard Mendenhall was held in check, rushing for just 36 yards. On the game, Mendenhall has rushed for 609 yards and 4 touchdowns. Kansas City, coming in off their second win of the season, will look to reach a two game winning streak for the first time this season. Kansas City, with the win over Oakland, allowed them to tie the Raiders for third place in the AFC West. The Chiefs have been out scored 215 - 142 on the season.

Indianapolis Colts (9-0) @ Baltimore Ravens (5-4)
Time: 1pm ET
Spread: Indianapolis - 1
Over/Under: 44.5
Preview: After the thrilling come-from-behind win at home over the Patriots, the Indianapolis Colts will head east and take on the Baltimore Ravens. The Colts lead the AFC South by four games over second place Houston. Peyton Manning continues to shine behind center for the Colts, throwing for 2872 yards and 20 touchdowns on the season. Joseph Addai leads the rushing attack with 6 touchdowns, while Reggie Wayne has caught 8 on the season. The Colts have out scored opponents 252 - 142 on the season. The Ravens picked up a shut-out win on Monday Night Football over divisional rival Cleveland. Baltimore scored their 16 points in a five minute span that made the difference. The Ravens with the win allowed them to move within one game of second place Pittsburgh in the AFC North. Baltimore’s quarterback Joe Flacco threw for just 155 yards in the win; but on the season has thrown for 2200 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Atlanta Falcons (5-4) @ New York Giants (5-4)
Time: 1pm ET
Spread: N/A
Over/Under: N/A
Preview: Two teams battling for a NFC wildcard position will square off in New York, as the Atlanta Falcons come to town. Atlanta, who has not lost two straight under head coach Mike Smith, is coming off a disappointing divisional loss to the Panthers. The Falcons were unable to slow down Johnathan Stewart and DeAngelo Williams, and in the loss fell to 5-4. Atlanta is just one game ahead of Carolina for second place in the NFC South. The Falcons running back Michael Turner appears to be questionable for the game, after leaving the game on Sunday with an injury. Turner anchors the Falcons offense, rushing for 831 yards and 10 touchdowns through the first nine games. The Giants are coming off their bye week, and have lost four straight games. New York now trails the Cowboys by a game at the top of the NFC East, and still sit in a tie for the final wildcard position. Eli Manning will look to get the offense back on track at home, a place the Giants have went 2-2 at. New York has out scored opponents 232 - 204 through the first nine games.

New Orleans Saints (9-0) @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-8)
Time: 1pm ET
Spread: New Orleans - 11.5
Over/Under: 51
Preview: In a tilt featuring the top team against the bottom team in the NFC South, the New Orleans Saints will head to Tampa to take on the Buccaneers. New Orleans is coming off their uninspired 28-23 win over the St. Louis Rams. The Saints offense leads all NFL teams in scoring with 331 points on the season. The Saints own complete control of the division, leading Atlanta by four games. Drew Brees is putting up MVP type numbers, completing 199 of 291 passes for 2600 yards and 19 touchdowns. The Saints this week signed former pro-bowler Chris McAlister to add some help at cornerback. The Buccaneers had a chance to come away with a win over Miami last week, but fell short; 25-23. The Buccaneers have just one win on the season in their first nine games. Tampa Bay, the last two games have seen Josh Freeman behind center. Kellen Winslow leads Tampa Bay with five touchdown catches.

Miami Dolphins (4-5) @ Carolina Panthers (4-5)
Time: 8:20pm ET
Spread:
Over/Under:
Preview: A pair of 4-5 teams will go at it on Thursday night when the Miami Dolphins head to Carolina, to take on the Panthers. Both teams are coming off wins in week ten, and both on the outside looking in at playoff positions. Miami is coming in off their state of Florida win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. Chad Henne tried to give the game away was he throw a late interception that led to a Buccaneers touchdown. Henne then was able to drive the Dolphins down the field for a Dan Carpenter field goal. The win for the Dolphins put them into second place in the AFC East, gaining a game on divisional leading New England. The Dolphins have struggled on the road this season, winning just one of four games. The Panthers, at 4-5, are just one game out in the NFC Wildcard chase, after their 28-19 win over the Atlanta Falcons. In the win for the Panthers, Johnathan Stewart rushed for 82 yards and 2 touchdowns. Jake Delhomme had one of his most effective outings of the season, completing 15 of 24 passes for 195 yards and 2 touchdowns. The Panthers have split their four home games this season.

Cleveland Browns (1-8) @ Detroit Lions (1-8)
Time: 1pm ET
Spread: Detroit - 3.5
Over/Under: 38.5
Preview: A pair of 1-8 teams will square off in the Motor City on Sunday. The good news in this game, is one of these teams will pick up win # 2. The Browns are coming off the dreadful performance on Monday Night Football, where they dropped a 16-0 defeat at the hands of the Baltimore Ravens. Cleveland has scored the least amount of points in the entire NFL, scoring just 78. Head coach Eric Mangini elected to start former Notre Dame quarterback Brady Quinn on Monday Night, seeing similar results as former start Derek Anderson. The Lions have been the worst defensive team in the NFL allowing just 264 points. Detroit’s lone win came over Washington, while the Browns downed buffalo earlier in the season. Quarterback Matthew Stafford, in his rookie season has shown inconsistency. In nine games this season, Stafford has completed 144 of 265 passes for just over 1500 yards and six touchdowns. 

Washington Redskins (3-6) @ Dallas Cowboys (6-3)
Time: 1pm ET
Spread: Dallas - 11
Over/Under: 41.5
Preview: Head Coach Jim Zorn and the Washington Redskins played arguably their best game of the season, and came away with a home upset win over the Denver Broncos. In the win, Jason Campbell threw for 193 yards and Ladell Betts rushed for 114 yards. The Redskins are in last place in the NFC East, trailing Dallas (6-3) and New York and Philadelphia (5-4). Washington, on the season, have been out scored 171 - 140. The Cowboys had their four game winning streak brought to a quick halt on Sunday. Green Bay held the Cowboys scoreless for the first 57 minutes of the game, before quarterback Tony Romo threw a late touchdown. The Cowboys with the loss, remained just one game ahead of both the Eagles and the Giants. Dallas has seen wide receiver Miles Austin turn into one of the top receivers in the game, as he has caught 31 passes for 632 yards and 7 touchdowns. The Cowboys leading rusher Marion Barber has been listed probable with an injury.

Seattle Seahawks (4-6) @ Minnesota Vikings (8-1)
Time: 1pm ET
Spread: Minnesota - 11.5
Over/Under: 46
Preview: The Seattle Seahawks will head northeast to take on the red-hot Minnesota Vikings. Seattle, coming in off their 31-20 loss to Arizona, are 3-6 overall. The Seahawks are in third place in the NFC West, trailing San Francisco (4-5) and Arizona (6-3). The Seahawks top offensive threat Julius Jones will be out of this game with a bruised lung. Jones has rushed for just under 400 yards on the season. Seattle has yet to win on the road this season; going 0-4. The Vikings, at 8-1, have a three game lead, with two wins in hand over second place Green Bay. Minnesota has scored 271 points on the season, the second most in all of football. The Vikings quarterback Brett Favre has been solid in his first season in Minnesota throwing for 2269 yards and 17 touchdowns. Running back Adrian Peterson has rushed 181 times for 917 yards and 11 touchdowns. Sidney Rice had a huge day on Sunday over Detroit, picking up 201 receiving yards.

San Francisco 49ers (4-5) @ Green Bay Packers (5-4)
Time: 1pm ET
Spread: Green Bay - 6.5
Over/Under: 42.5
Preview: Coming off the 10-6 win over the Chicago Bears, the San Francisco 49ers will head to Green Bay to take on the Packers. San Francisco with the win, kept them in the NFC wildcard race, trailing a slew of teams by just one game. The 49ers used 104 rushing yards from Frank Gore, along with five interceptions on the defensive end. San Francisco is 1-3 when playing on the road this season. The Packers are coming off their most impressive of the season; a 17-7 win over the Dallas Cowboys. In the win, Green Bay allowed just one touchdown, and that was with under 2:00 to go in the game. The Packers Aaron Rodgers leads the league in quarterback sacks, but has also thrown for 2444 yards and 17 touchdowns. The Packers have out scored opponents 232 - 179 on the season.

Arizona Cardinals (6-3) @ St. Louis Rams (1-8)
Time: 4:05pm ET
Spread: Arizona - 9.5
Over/Under: 46.5
Preview: Arizona will continue to seal up another NFC West title when they head to St. Louis to take on the 1-8 St. Louis Rams. Arizona has won two straight, and four of their last five to take a two game lead on San Francisco in the division. Kurt Warner threw for 340 yards in the win over Seattle, and on the season has thrown for 2515 yards and 18 touchdowns. Beanie Wells leads the running back duo with 395, but Tim Hightower has ran for five touchdowns. Wide Receivers Anquan Boldin and Larry Fitzgerald have combined for 11 touchdown receptions on the season for Arizona. The Cardinals are a perfect 4-0 when playing on the road. St. Louis, fresh off their close loss to New Orleans, will look to pick up win # 2. The Rams lone win came over the Detroit Lions. The Rams are one of the worst on both sides of the ball; yielding 249 points, while scoring just 100 on the season. St. Louis has seen Donnie Avery emerge into a solid receiver, leading the team with four touchdown receptions on the season.

New York Jets (4-5) @  New England Patriots (6-3)
Time: 4:15pm ET
Spread: New England - 10
Over/Under: 45
Preview: The New York Jets will look to repeat their September 20th win over New England when they head to Foxboro on Sunday. The Jets will need a win to keep their slim playoff hopes alive. The Jets are 4-5 overall, and trail New England, who is 6-3. In the last meeting, Mark Sanchez maintained the Jets offense, throwing for 163 passing yards. The Jets defense, which was solid early in the season, have yielded 54 points in their last two games. The Patriots are coming off the 35-34 loss at the hands of the Indianapolis Colts. Leading 34-21 late, the Patriots allowed Peyton Manning to lead the Colts offense down the court on two different drives. The Patriots, despite the loss, continue to lead the division, ahead of both the Jets and Dolphins at 4-5. New England’s Tom Brady has completed 233 of 352 passes for 2739 yards and 19 touchdowns. Randy Moss leads New England with seven touchdown receptions for an offense that has put up 259 points in nine games this season.

Cincinnati Bengals (7-2) @ Oakland Raiders (2-7)
Time: 4:15pm ET
Spread: Cincinnati - 9.5
Over/Under: 36
Preview: The biggest story in the NFL thus far has been the Cincinnati Bengals, and their divisional leading 7-2 record. Cincinnati completed a sweep over both Baltimore and Pittsburgh with their 18-12 win over the Steelers. The win for Cincinnati concreted the Bengals at the top of the division. Cincinnati this week just picked up Larry Johnson, who was released from Kansas City. The Bengals top running back Cedric Benson is questionable for the affair, so Johnson will certainly get carries in the back field for the Bengals. Oakland continues to struggle during the 2009 season. The Raiders have scored just 88 points on the season, which is just 10 more than the Cleveland Browns. The Raiders benched quarterback JaMarcus Russell, after yet another inspiring performance. Russell has completed just 96 of 205 passes on the year, throwing for just 2 touchdowns. Oakland is tied with Kansas City at the bottom of the AFC West division, with wins over Kansas City and Philadelphia on the season.

San Diego Chargers (6-3) @ Denver Broncos (6-3)
Time: 4:15pm ET
Spread: N/A
Over/Under: N/A
Preview: The AFC West leadership is on the line when the San Diego Chargers invade Denver. The Chargers have won four straight games, and done so in impressive fashion. The Chargers have wins at Kansas City, with Oakland, at New York Giants and with Philadelphia. The Chargers are led by quarterback Phillip Rivers, and he has completed 186 of 299 passes for 2476 yards and 16 touchdowns. LaDainian Tomlinson has carried the ball 115 times for 385 yards and 5 touchdowns. The Chargers have out scored opponents 237 - 202 on the season. For Denver, despite three straight losses, they continue to sit at least in a tie atop the AFC West. The Broncos most recent loss was a disappointing 27-17 loss to the Washington Redskins. Quarterback Kyle Orton sprained his left ankle right before halftime, and missed the rest of the season. Orton’s status for this game is questionable. On the season Orton has connected with his top receiver Brandon Marshall for six touchdowns. Rookie running back Knowshon Moreno leads the running back core, rushing 132 times for 520 yards and 2 touchdowns. The Broncos have out scored opponents 167 - 151 on the season. Denver is 3-1 when playing at home this season.

Philadelphia Eagles (5-4) @ Chicago Bears (4-5)
Time: 8:20pm ET
Spread: Philadelphia - 3
Over/Under: 45
Preview: In the Sunday Night Game of the week, the Philadelphia Eagles will head to Chicago to take on the Bears. Both teams come into this game with a strong need for a win. Both the Eagles and Bears have lost two straight games, and fallen back from the pack for playoff contention. The Eagles have dropped games to the Cowboys and Chargers, while Chicago was downed at home to Arizona, and then at San Francisco. The Eagles are one game behind Dallas in the NFC East, while the Bears are third place in the NFC North, trailing 8-1 Minnesota and 5-4 Green Bay. Donovan McNabb threw for 450 yards in the most recent loss, with 156 of them going to Jason Avant. McNabb has played the last two weeks without top rushing Brian Westbrook. Westbrook continues to be questionable with concussion like symptoms. The Eagles have won three of five games played on the road this season. For Chicago, first year quarterback Jay Cutler leads the NFL in interceptions, after his flame out with Josh McDaniels and the Denver Broncos. Also, running back Matt Forte has hit a sophomore slump, rushing for just 482 yards and 3 touchdowns through 9 games. The Bears have won three of four home games this season, with their lone loss coming to the Arizona Cardinals.

Monday, November 23th, 2009

Tennessee Titans (3-6) @ Houston Texans (5-4)
Time: 8:30pm ET
Spread: Houston - 4.5
Over/Under: 48
Preview: The Tennessee Titans have started to turn their season around winning three straight games. The wins come after the Titans lost their first six on the season, and topped it off with a blow-out loss to New England. The Titans now trail both Houston and Jacksonville by just two games in the AFC South - for second place. Tennessee has used Vince Young behind center in the three wins, but a better reason for their most recent success has been giving the football to running back Chris Johnson. Johnson led the offense with 232 total yards of offense last week, and on the season he has accumulated over 1,000 rushing yards with 8 rushing touchdowns. The Texans, after taking the weekend off will look to continue their push for an AFC Wildcard position. The Texans, before the bye week took a tough loss at the hands of Indianapolis, when kicker Kris Brown missed a field goal that could have tied the game. The Texans quarterback Matt Schaub has put up solid numbers throwing for 2653 yards and 17 touchdowns. Running backs Steve Slaton, along with Ryan Moats have combined for nearly 600 rushing yards and 6 touchdowns.

 


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