The Panthers got an important win over the Saints on Thursday to essentially keep their season alive.
Here are the 10 best things to look for when Week 11 continues on Sunday, including Russell Wilson and the Seahawks looking to avoid a letdown after last week's huge win over the Patriots.
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Best chance for an upset
Ravens at Cowboys: Dallas has been the league's best team to this point, so picking against the Cowboys at home seems like an especially unwise choice.
But the Ravens have won two straight and have allowed the fewest yards in the league (281.6 pg). If Joe Flacco doesn't turn it over, Baltimore could keep this one closer than expected and have a shot to steal it on one of the game's final possessions.
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Best survivor pool pick
We're past the halfway point of the season, and hopefully you haven't risked using the Lions just yet.
Cardinals at Vikings: David Johnson and Arizona began the year as a favorite to reach the Super Bowl, and Minnesota's strong start had some fans believing the same about their team.
But the 4-4 Cardinals at the 5-4 Vikings is now a battle between teams trying to make sure their season doesn't go completely off the rails — which should make for an extremely compelling contest.
Strangest statistical matchup
Titans at Colts: Tennessee and Indianapolis each come into this game after beating the Packers in their last contest.
The Titans rocked Green Bay 47-25 last week, while Andrew Luck and the Colts got the road win in Week 9 before entering their bye.
Best fantasy option
LeGarrette Blount should have a field day against the 49ers' league-worst run defense. And, he should get a healthy amount of second-half carries once New England (presumably) has put the game out of reach.
Best chance for a shootout
Packers at Redskins: Green Bay gave up 47 points to the Titans last week, while the Redskins have scored at least 26 points in three of their past four games.
The over/under is a relatively tame 50.5, and this one could fly past that total well before the game is finished.
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Best bet against the spread
The Steelers are eight-point favorites on the road against the winless Cleveland Browns. Pittsburgh is 4-5 on the season, but has the personnel to be much better than that.
Coming off of four straight losses, expect the Steelers to leave nothing to chance as they pull away for a win by more than two scores.
(After a bad beat with the Saints last week, we're now 6-4 with these picks on the season.)
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Best chance for a low-scoring contest
Dolphins at Rams: Jared Goff is set to make his first career start for the Rams on Sunday, and that could mean a tough time scoring for L.A., which managed just nine points last week.
The Dolphins have won four in a row and have had little trouble putting up points, but expect the Rams defense to hold them in check long enough to at least give the offense a chance.
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Best early game
Ravens at Cowboys: We may be expecting too much from this one, but it feels like Baltimore matches up extremely well with Dallas.
And since Dak Prescott and the Cowboys probably aren't going to win out to go 15-1, stumbling in this one seems as likely as any of the juggernaut's remaining games on the schedule.
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Eagles at Seahwaks: This isn't the same Eagles team that began the season 3-0, but last week's win over the Falcons proved that Philly still can be a force.
Seattle is coming off of a huge road win over the Patriots, and doesn't necessarily seem primed to stub its toe at home. But the Eagles have more than enough talent to make sure that this one ends up being closer than expected, especially while still battling for a playoff spot in the ultra-competitive NFC East.