NFL picks Week 11: Colts vs. Patriots

Jared Wickerham

Experts weigh in on the Week 11 battle between the Indianapolis Colts and New England Patriots.

The Indianapolis Colts and New England Patriots square off on Sunday in a battle of 6-3 teams. It also marks the first matchup ever between Andrew Luck and Tom Brady. Brady is on his way to another great season, but Luck has been impressive in his rookie season, especially the past few weeks.

The surprising Colts have won four in a row and are coming off a dominant 27-10 win last Thursday night over the Jacksonville Jaguars. Luck has Indianapolis two games behind the Houston Texans in the AFC South and right in the middle of the playoff hunt.

New England has won three straight games after starting the year 3-3. The Patriots are two games ahead of the Miami Dolphins in the AFC East.

While the Colts and Patriots hold identical records, most experts are going with the veteran Brady over the rookie Luck. All of the experts at CBS Sports and Yahoo! Sports have picked New England, while SB Nation's Joel Thorman has predicted a 33-27 Patriots victory.


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