While Kate Upton takes on the Baseball Writers' Association of America, I tackle the Week 11 Game Picks.
We have the old starter fully supporting the new starter in Dallas, as the Cowboys prepare to take on Baltimore. We'll get to see a new starter, fresh out of the No. 1 overall pick box, going in Los Angeles. And hopefully the Browns will stick with who we think is their starter the whole game this time around. Yep, Dak Prescott, Jared Goff and Cody Kessler are on the spot this week, at a pivotal time of the season in which teams are trying to pull away from the mediocre pack. Well, maybe not Kessler and the Browns -- who hopefully have moved to full Evaluation Mode -- but this is a very important week for their opponent, the 4-5 Steelers. Speaking of Pittsburgh ...
Man, almost winning -- if it weren't for half the team ...
Now, let's get to it!
Elliot Harrison went 8-6 on his predictions for Week 10, giving him a record of 94-51-2 thus far this season. How will he fare in Week 11? His picks are below:
In case you haven't heard,
Jared Goff -- you know, the guy who was taken first overall, one spot ahead of
Carson Wentz and
134 spots ahead of
Dak Prescott --
We're going live with a Case Keenum press conference right now ... (That joke would have been funnier Tuesday, after
Tony Romo's presser. I'm just one man.) Think the
Dolphins win their fifth in a row, thanks in part to the fact that they stayed on the West Coast following
their win in San Diego. And although we talk about the dominance of the
Rams' front four often,
Matt Forte rushed for 98 yards
last week with no threat of a passing game. (
Bryce Petty was just as likely to pass out.) Therefore, sophomore running back
Jay Ajayi won't be bottled up. Speaking of brilliant second-year players, these franchises had
two of the best ever: Dan Marino and Eric Dickerson.
THURSDAY NIGHT'S GAME
**Side note:** You have my pick for Thursday night, but be sure to make yours, as well. Go to [NFL.com/budlight](http://www.nfl.com/budlight) to vote for "Which Can will Win" or use #SaintsCan or #PanthersCan on Twitter.