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4 NFL Teams on Upset Alert in Week 11

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You think you know your locks this late in the season, but as we saw a week ago, anything can happen any given Sunday. With that in mind, there are a few favorites that shouldn't feel as comfortable. Based off the spreads brought to you by FanDuel Sportsbook, here are four favorites who could be upset this week. 

4. Pittsburgh Steelers (-5) @ Jacksonville Jaguars

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Let's have a little history lesson, shall we? The Pittsburgh Steelers went into their AFC Divisional Round matchup against the Jaguars already looking towards the New England Patriots, and they lost. Earlier that season, they played Jacksonville as the favorites and lost by three touchdowns. The Steelers may be one of the hottest teams in football, but the Jaguars have simply had their number as of late. 

3. Tennessee Titans @ Indianapolis Colts (-2)

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Let's forget about home field advantage here and focus on what has happened lately. The Titans have been nothing short of impressive with wins against the Dallas Cowboys and the New England Patriots. The defense has been firing on all cylinders and Marcus Mariota is showing signs of what made him the second-overall pick. If this defense can shut down Tom Brady, they can certainly take down Andrew Luck, who is 9-0 in his career against the Titans. 

2. Philadelphia Eagles @ New Orleans Saints (+7.5)

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The Saints have proven to be the best team in the NFC, if not the entire NFL with their performances as of late. However, the Eagles have much more on the line as their "underdog" mentality could come forward once again. Philly's season is essentially over if they lose this week, so don't be surprised if Carson Wentz and Doug Pederson pull a rabbit out of their hat to revitalize this season and at least keep this one close. 

1. Cincinnati Bengals @ Baltimore Ravens (-4)

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We've seen so many tough battles between AFC North teams this season and the Ravens are going to have their hands full with another one this weekend. Not only are they playing the team that beat them by double-digits earlier this season, but they're likely doing so without their starting quarterback, Joe Flacco. Lamar Jackson is the future of this franchise, but let's not bank on that future beginning Week 11 against a talented team like Cincy. 

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