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Cleveland Browns vs. Dallas Cowboys 

Trent RichardsonThe Cowboys are feeling good about themselves after a 38-23 division win over the Philadelphia Eagles last week, but in no way do we think they deserve to be favored by almost double digits in Week 11. 

No, not even against the lowly Browns. 

Cleveland is coming off a BYE and surely addressed some things that went wrong in Week 9's 25-15 home loss to the Baltimore Ravens. QB Brandon Weeden failed to lead the offense into the end zone, with the Browns having to settle for five Phil Dawson field goals. 

In total, it'd be fair to say this has been yet another off year for Cleveland, but at least they've been far more competitive week in and week out. The last time the Browns lost by double digits was against the New York Giants back in early October, and even then Cleveland had an early lead before letting it slip away. 

Since that loss, the Browns have beaten both the Cincinnati Bengals and San Diego Chargers, while losing by four to the Indianapolis Colts and by ten to the Ravens their last time on the field. 

What we're getting at is, it's rare to see the Browns get blown out. We just don't think Dallas has proven they deserve to be such heavy favorites. Jason Garrett's crew beat the dysfunctional Eagles? Yeah, so what? 

We believe we'll see another big workload for Trent Richardson, who has 49 total carries over his last two games. If Weeden can just play mistake-free football and not try to do too much, the Browns should be able to avoid a thorough beatdown against the inconsistent Cowboys. 

Pick: Cleveland Browns +9.5 at Pinnacle

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Carolina Panthers 

Ron RiveraThe surging Buccaneers have already beaten the Panthers once this season, and we're picking them to complete the season sweep in Week 11. 

Thing is, Tampa Bay has only improved as the season has worn on, while Carolina has lost six of their last seven. 

Panthers fans have to be sick and tired of Ron Rivera and offensive coordinator Rod Chudzinski. Instead of taking a step forward in his sophomore season, Cam Newton has struggled immensely, and the entire Carolina offense has been brutal because of it. 

It's not like this team doesn't have the talent. Newton has all the tools to be an elite quarterback (well, maybe not mentally), Steve Smith is one of the best wideouts around, and Jonathan Stewart and DeAngelo Williams are more than serviceable in the backfield. The execution just hasn't been there. 

That's not even taking into account Carolina's terrible performances at home this season. The Panthers have gone a miserable 1-4 at Bank of America Stadium. It's never a good sign when you can't protect your own field. 

Conversely, the Buccaneers have won three straight, both SU and ATS, and are on a very profitable 7-2 ATS run over their last nine. Josh Freeman is playing great football, Doug Martin has quickly become one of the most dangerous running backs in the NFL, and both Vincent Jackson and Mike Williams are making huge plays downfield. 

When you add it all up, you have to think Tampa Bay has a great shot of getting two out of two against Carolina. 

Pick: Tampa Bay Buccaneers PK at 5Dimes