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Week 11 Sunday NFL Picks: Browns-Steelers will have major implications in AFC playoff race

Which Week 11 game are you most looking forward to watching on Sunday?

Cleveland Browns v Pittsburgh Steelers Photo by Joe Sargent/Getty Images

With the Rams hosting the Seahawks, which Week 11 Sunday game are you most looking forward to watching?

One matchup in particular that I’m curious to watch this weekend is a battle between two surprising 6-3 teams who reside in the AFC North. The Pittsburgh Steelers travel to face the Cleveland Browns in a game that’ll go a long way towards deciding playoff positioning in the conference.

The Browns are coming off a stunning 33-31 win over the Baltimore Ravens. Any highs stemming from the comeback victory went by the wayside in wake of Deshaun Watson’s season-ending shoulder injury. The news dealt a significant blow to Cleveland’s Super Bowl chances. Rookie quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson out of UCLA will make his second career start against Pittsburgh. The Steelers had success versus another young signal caller in a 23-19 win over the Green Bay Packers. Pittsburgh’s defense picked off Jordan Love twice as they rode a season-high 17 points in the first half to a key win at home. They will be looking to sweep the Brownies after already defeating them in Week 2. All-Pro T.J. Watt returned a fumble 16 yards for the deciding score in the final minutes. What will Watt do for an encore? Tune in Sunday to find out.

The Browns will host the Steelers at 10 a.m. PT.

Cleveland is a 1.5-point favorite at DraftKings Sportsbook while my picks for Tallysight are shown below.

Other games on the Week 11 Sunday slate include Cowboys at Panthers (Yikes), Raiders at Dolphins, (Double Yikes), Bears at Lions, Chargers at Packers, Cardinals at Texans, Titans at Jaguars, Giants at Commanders, Buccaneers at 49ers (RIP Baker) and the Jets at Bills. The Broncos will host the Vikings on Sunday Night Football in a matchup that looks far more intriguing now than it did just a few weeks ago.

Which Sunday game are you most looking forward to?