NFL Week 11 Picks Redskins vs. Titans NFL Vegas Odds - After getting burned for six touchdowns by quarterback Michael Vick, the Washington Redskins (4-5) are reeling entering their game versus the Tennessee Titans (5-4) in a non-conference match-up in NFL Week 11 Picks matchup. Vegas Odds makers have posted the Titans as -7 point favorites at home.
The Redskins were embarrassed 59-28 at home by the Eagles, allowing Vick to throw for 333 yards with 4 TD passes as they raced out to a 42-14 lead. Washington allowed nearly 600 yards of total offense, including 260 rushing yards, and the Eagles were able to do whatever they wanted when they had the ball. Offensively, the Redskins have struggled at times, especially running the ball, though Ryan Torrain has provided some positive yards on the ground with a 4.3 average per rush. Donovan McNabb signed a five-year contract extension but has had difficulties at times, throwing for only 9 TDs and 11 interceptions. He has taken 24 sacks and could have problems with a tough Titans’ pass rush.
Led by Jason Babin and Dave Ball, the Titans have sacked the quarterback 27 times, but still have allowed opponents to throw for an average of 247 yards per game. In the past two weeks, the Titans have allowed 33 and 29 points in losses to the Chargers and Dolphins. The Titans still possess a strong running game ranked ninth in the NFL with Chris Johnson (838 yards, 9 TDs) still leading the way, but are nearly last in the passing game as Vince Young and Kerry Collins have both had their share of struggles.
With the Redskins struggling to find any semblance of a defense, there should be plays available for the Titans but whether Tennessee can capitalize is open to question. Look for the Redskins to cover the NFL Vegas spread but the Titans to emerge with a NFL Picks win. The Vegas Odds makers have set the over/under at 43 1/2 so take the under in what could be a low-scoring affair. NFL Week 11 Picks Redskins vs. Titans UNDER the total.
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