Super Bowl Predictions and Picks for Week 11

Plus which way to bet on the Super Bowl rematch this week

It’s Week 11. Thanksgiving is around the corner. The whispers of winter are rolling in. Which means the Super Bowl is only mere months away. At the beginning of the season, I predicted:

Super Bowl LVIII

Philadelphia Eagles 26 Los Angeles Chargers 20

Unfortunately, my pre-season prediction involving the Chargers is out the window. Their defense has been a total bust, for the second year in a row, as one of the worst units in the league. The offensive line also hasn’t been as good as I thought they would be, so they stand at 4-5 and are unlikely to even make the playoffs at this point. 

Although the Eagles have their flaws, I am still confident they’ll represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. They were almost flawless last year from start to finish, so I’ll give them the benefit of the doubt by predicting they’ll reach the Super Bowl yet again.

Replacing the Chargers, I predict the Baltimore Ravens to make it all the way to the Super Bowl, but fall short of winning the title. At last things have come together for them. The offense is churning on all cylinders, with an elite offensive line and an improved offense under their new coordinator. The defensive line took a big step up, getting a ton of sacks in addition to feisty rush defense. They’re the most complete team in the AFC right now, so if health holds, I expect to see them in the Super Bowl. 


Philadelphia Eagles 24 Baltimore Ravens 20

But enough about the far future. Let’s dive into the near future with this week’s Sir Rebral Selects. 

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Cerebral Index Rating: 98 (out of maximum 100) 

Score projection: Eagles 26 Chiefs 17

When the Eagles met the Chiefs in the Super Bowl last year, they were the clearly better team for good reason. The Chiefs happened to win the game, but I walked away thinking that I made the right bet on Philly, despite the loss. Now preparing for a rematch, I’m sticking with my prediction that the Eagles should win. 

This year, the Eagles biggest flaw is their pass defense (28th in the league).  But I fully expect that, especially off of a bye week, the Eagles will fix things and win the play on both sides of the line of scrimmage. While the Chiefs have an opportunity to sharpen up after their bye as well, I think their shift in personnel since last year makes the difference. Their offensive line has had changes, and they haven’t run the ball as well as a result (they’re 19th in the league in rushing yards).  And they face an Eagles rush defense ranked 1st. Their receivers aren’t playing as well, and neither is Mahomes relative to his usual standards. The Eagles defensive line should disallow much of a rush attack from the Chiefs, and I think Darius Slay and James Bradberry will finally get their act together and contain the pass game. They can’t suck for the entire year.  Despite the Chiefs defense playing well this year, they’ll face one of the top offensive lines in the NFL, without their leader Nick Bolton. The Eagles have a chance to prove me wrong of course, but I think all signs point towards Philly winning this game handily. 


Cerebral Index Rating: 98

Score projection: Rams 24 Seahawks 20

The Rams have everything lined up for them to win this game: (1) fresh off of their bye week, (2) Matthew Stafford is back, and (3) playing at home. We saw how they ran circles around Seattle in week 1 of the season. Moreover, McVay has had their number for a long time, and I don’t see why much would change this week. The Seahawks have established themselves as a solidly mediocre team, as they have a bad red zone offense and a defense that can get easily out-schemed by coaches like McVay. The Rams should be favored in this game.

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