Welp, the Armchair writers’ hot streak officially has ended in Week 10. Only three writers came out with a record above .500 against the spread. On top of that, the high mark against the spread was from Matthew Stevenson, who went 8-5-1. And to add insult to injury in Vegas’ revenge week, a “total annihilation” game reared its head as the Eagles fell to the Cowboys on Sunday Night Football.

With most of the writers hovering around .500 last week, not much has changed on the leaderboard. However, this week’s games are full of terrific matchups including the “Battle for the NFC North” on Sunday Night between the Vikings and Bears. And the cherry on top of Week 11 is the highly anticipated Monday Night showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Rams. Check out all of the writers’ picks for the Week 11 games in the Armchair NFL Pick’em against the spread.

NOTE: The BengalsRavens game has been omitted due to Joe Flacco’s uncertain status.

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NFL Department Head | The Armchair All-Americans, LLC
I grew up like most Philly fans in the 90s; watching my dad scream obscenities at the TV as the Eagles lost a heartbreaker. I idolized Allen Iverson (still do), and cried my eyes out when the Sixers lost four straight to the Lakers in the 2001 NBA Finals. I’ve seen some dark days in Philly, but have always Trusted the Process. Still have not stopped celebrating Super Bowl 52 and don’t plan on it anytime soon. Eagles are Super Bowl CHAMPS! Follow me on twitter @matthewlucci_ for some betting “advice” and @matthewlucci on Instagram for stupid pics of me.
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NFL Department Head | The Armchair All-Americans, LLC
I grew up like most Philly fans in the 90s; watching my dad scream obscenities at the TV as the Eagles lost a heartbreaker. I idolized Allen Iverson (still do), and cried my eyes out when the Sixers lost four straight to the Lakers in the 2001 NBA Finals. I’ve seen some dark days in Philly, but have always Trusted the Process. Still have not stopped celebrating Super Bowl 52 and don’t plan on it anytime soon. Eagles are Super Bowl CHAMPS! Follow me on twitter @matthewlucci_ for some betting “advice” and @matthewlucci on Instagram for stupid pics of me.

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