Saturday, April 19, 2014
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Thursday night pick; Week 11 announcers

For Eagles-Bengals this weekend, it will be Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston and everyone's favorite, Tony Siragusa on Fox at 1 p.m. The early game in the Philadelphia area on CBS will draw much more interest from a national perspective. Greg Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf have the call as the Giants host the Ravens. CBS' 4 o'clock game should be entertaining as well, with the Steelers hosting the Chargers. Jim Nantz and Phil Simms will be your announcers. And on Sunday night, we get the Redskins-Cowboys on NBC. So basically if we can get through the Birds game without throwing something at our TV and breaking it, we'll have some good games to watch. Monday night is Browns-Bills. Thursday night pick: Jets at Patriots I'll deliver the whole slate of Week 11 picks on Friday. We're coming off a huge 11-1 week here at MTC. Should be a good one tonight. I like the Pats to cover in a low-scoring affair. New England's defense has held opponents (which have included Denver and Indy) to 18 points or fewer in four straight games. The pick: Patriots (-3)

Thursday night pick; Week 11 announcers

For Eagles-Bengals this weekend, it will be Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston and everyone's favorite, Tony Siragusa on Fox at 1 p.m.

The early game in the Philadelphia area on CBS will draw much more interest from a national perspective. Greg Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf have the call as the Giants host the Ravens.

CBS' 4 o'clock game should be entertaining as well, with the Steelers hosting the Chargers. Jim Nantz and Phil Simms will be your announcers.

And on Sunday night, we get the Redskins-Cowboys on NBC. So basically if we can get through the Birds game without throwing something at our TV and breaking it, we'll have some good games to watch.

Monday night is Browns-Bills.

Thursday night pick: Jets at Patriots

I'll deliver the whole slate of Week 11 picks on Friday. We're coming off a huge 11-1 week here at MTC. Should be a good one tonight. I like the Pats to cover in a low-scoring affair. New England's defense has held opponents (which have included Denver and Indy) to 18 points or fewer in four straight games.

The pick: Patriots (-3)

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