The Week 11 schedule of the 2020 NFL Season is loaded, and highlighted by three great games in the primetime slots.
Best mismatch for Cardinals: Make a move. Seattle is 31st in yards after catch allowed (1,287), meaning Arizona’s speedy weapons will have room to roam.
Best mismatch for Seahawks: Russell Wilson. The Seahawks rank first in touchdown passes (28), second in yards per attempt (8.4) and sixth in yards per completion (12.0).
Stat to know: Arizona has committed a league-high 69 penalties this season.
Best mismatch for Falcons: Jameis giveaways. Last year, Jameis Winston threw 30 interceptions, including a pick-six to end the campaign against Atlanta. The Falcons will have a shot to create turnovers.
Best mismatch for Saints: Keep chucking it. Even with Winston’s issues, throw the ball. Atlanta is 31st in air yards allowed (1,694) and 29th in yards after catch (1,275).
Stat to know: Atlanta has surrendered 6.5 yards per play, worst in the NFL.
Best mismatch for Bengals: Put it up. Cincinnati is T-3rd with 140 passing first downs. Meanwhile Washington struggles to knock down passes, ranking last in passes defensed (21).
Best mismatch for Football Team: Avoid the negative. Cincinnati has 25 tackles for loss, fewest in the league. Washington has a good chance to stay on schedule with Alex Smith.
Stat to know: Washington ranks T-28th in yards per carry (3.8) while Cincinnati checks in T-31st defensively in the metric (5.0).
Best mismatch for Lions: Move the sticks. The Panthers have the worst third-down defense in the NFL, allowing conversions 55.3 percent of the time. Detroit must take advantage.
Best mismatch for Panthers: Keep it going. Carolina completes 71.3 percent of its passes, second-best in football. Detroit allows a 65.4 percent completion rate, 16th in the league.
Stat to know: The Lions have allowed a league-worst 16 rushing touchdowns.
Best mismatch for Patriots: Look out, Deshaun. New England has a league-best hurry rate (15.3%) and is third-best in pressure rate (27.0%). Houston has allowed 26 sacks, tied for seventh-worst.
Best mismatch for Texans: Stand tall. Deshaun Watson should have chances to make plays, as New England has a league-low 35 quarterback hits.
Stat to know: New England’s defense forces a turnover on a league-best 17.2 percent of drives, while Houston ranks 32nd in the statistic (5.2%)
Best mismatch for Eagles: Hit Baker. The Eagles rank second in quarterback hits (74) and third in sacks (31). This is about forcing Baker Mayfield into negative plays and turnovers.
Best mismatch for Browns: Like above, but in reverse. Philadelphia allows sacks on 9.2 percent of pass attempts, worst in football. Could be a big day for Myles Garrett and Co.
Stat to know: Only the Jets score on a lesser percentage of their offensive drives than the Eagles (30.2%).
Best mismatch for Steelers: Bad times for Jake Luton. Pittsburgh ranks first in pressure rate (35.0%) and QB knockdown percentage (11.7%) and sacks (36). Good luck.
Best mismatch for Jaguars: Make a special play. Jacksonville averages a league-high 16.0 yards per punt return, while Pittsburgh is 24th against (10.7 yards/return).
Stat to know: Jacksonville has allowed 1,347 yards after the catch, most in the NFL. Pittsburgh, at 739, has permitted the fewest.
Best mismatch for Titans: Make the trip count. Tennessee’s offense is second in the red zone (76.5%) while Baltimore’s defense is dead last (76.2%) in allowing touchdowns.
Best mismatch for Ravens: Stay grounded. Tennessee checks in T-21st in YPC against (4.5) whole Baltimore is fifth offensively (5.0) in the category.
Stat to know: Tennessee has only committed four turnovers, the best of any team.
Best mismatch for Dolphins: Give me that. Denver has committed a league-high 21 turnovers, while Miami’s defense is fourth with 15 takeaways.
Best mismatch for Broncos: Win in the red zone. Miami’s offense is average inside the 20, ranking 13th (63.9%) while Denver’s defense is second-best (50.0%) in the NFL.
Stat to know: Miami’s defense in sixth in points allowed per drive (1.81) while Denver’s offense is 30th (1.70).
Best mismatch for Jets: Specials. Los Angeles has been awful on special teams this year, allowing two blocked punts including one last week. The Jets need to make a play in this area to win.
Best mismatch for Chargers: No chance to pass. New York is dead last in yards per pass attempt (5.8) while Los Angeles ranks T-4th defensively (6.8).
Stat to know: The Jets have missed 91 tackles, worst in the NFL.
Best mismatch for Cowboys: Take some time. Andy Dalton should have ample seconds to throw, with Minnesota ranking 21st in hurry rate (8.3%), 28th in QB knockdown rate (5.8%) and 25th ni pressure rate (18.6%).
Best mismatch for Vikings: Run the ball. Minnesota averages 5.2 yards per carry, second-best in football. Dallas’ defense is T-31st in YPA (5.0), a problem facing Dalvin Cook.
Stat to know: Minnesota boosts the best yards per completion (13.3) in the league.
Best mismatch for Packers: Let Aaron Rodgers work. Green Bay ranks second in touchdown passes (26), adjusted yards per pass attempt (9.4) and are T-3rd in yards per completion (12.1).
Best mismatch for Colts: Protect Philip Rivers. Indy has a league-best 2.7 percent sack rate against, while Green Bay ranks 27th in pressure rate (18.5%) and T-29th in quarterback knockdown percentage (5.3%).
Stat to know: Indianapolis surrenders the fewest yards per play (4.8) in football.
Best mismatch for Chiefs: Consistent points. Kansas City ranks first in points (3.02) and yards (41.3) per drive. Las Vegas is 28th and 26th in those statistics, respectively.
Best mismatch for Raiders: Run to daylight. Kansas City is 28th against the run (4.8 YPC), giving Josh Jacobs and Devontae Booker chances to break big plays and control the ball.
Stat to know: The Raiders rank first in third-down percentage (50.4%) while Kansas City is third (50.0%).
Best mismatch for Rams: No passing. Los Angeles’ defense ranks first in yards per completion (9.9) and pass touchdown percentage (2.9%), third in sacks (31) and fourth in sack percentage (9.0%). Tough matchup for Tom Brady.
Best mismatch for Buccaneers: Bring the heat. Jared Goff has long struggled with pressure, and Tampa Bay checks in second in pressure rate (27.4%), fourth in QB knockdown percentage (12.7%) and second in blitz rate (42.3%).
Stat to know: The Rams allow the fewest yards per pass attempt (6.4) in the NFL.