N.F.L. Schedule: Who We Think Will Win in Week 11

For all of Baltimore’s stuttering, its rushing defense remains No. 1. If anyone can put a road spike in the Cowboys’ running game, it is Terrell Suggs and friends. Baltimore has surrendered 71.3 rushing yards per game, and only the 2000 Ravens, the Super Bowl champions, have done better in the franchise history logs.

Pick: Cowboys

Bills (4-5) at Bengals (3-5-1)

1 p.m. Line: Bengals by 2 ½

This is the sort of November game that separates the regular-season losers from the wild-card-round losers, which is to say Buffalo and Cincinnati are mud-wrestling for the right to play a 17th game and not much else.

The Bills must do to Bengals receiver A. J. Green what they did to Arizona’s Larry Fitzgerald — stuff him into a 60-yard carton for the day. The best way to accomplish that is to hit quarterback Andy Dalton before he can throw the ball to a forever-open Green.

Pick: Bills

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