NFL picks and predictions, Week 11: Cardinals vs. Jaguars 2013

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Just about everyone is expecting the Cardinals to beat the Jaguars this week.

The Jacksonville Jaguars host the Arizona Cardinals in Week 11, and most people are expecting the Cardinals to come away with a road win.

The Cardinals have quietly crept into the wild card race in the NFC. They improved to 5-4 after beating the Houston Texans. Arizona is sitting just one game behind the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC West, but they're already 0-3 in the division. Their defense continues to carry a suspect offense to wins. The Jaguars finally have something to celebrate after getting their first win of the season against the Tennessee Titans, but they're 1-8 and dead last in the AFC and fans are already looking towards the draft. If the season ended today, Jacksonville would have the No. 2 pick behind the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Almost nobody is giving the Jaguars a chance to win here. The Cardinals are unanimous picks at SB NationESPN and CBS Sports.

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