Playbook picks: Sorry Favre, Packers to get sweep

U-N-I-T-Y — no, it’s not just an old-school hip-hop classic from Queen Latifah. It’s also representative of how the “Playbook” analysts picked this week.

Solomon Wilcots, Michael Lombardi and Brian Baldinger (with an assist from Shawn Springs and Sterling Sharpe) all agree that the Patriots will win their showdown against the Colts, the Packers will sweep Brett Favre’s Vikings and the Steelers will rebound to beat the Raiders.

In fact, there is a consensus on all but three of this week’s 16 games.

Without further ado, take a look at all of their Week 11 picks:

NFC Playbook: Friday 6 p.m. ET

Lions at Cowboys
Wilcots: Cowboys
Lombardi: Cowboys
Baldinger: Cowboys

Buccaneers at 49ers
Wilcots: 49ers
Lombardi: 49ers
Baldinger: 49ers

Ravens at Panthers
Wilcots: Ravens
Lombardi: Ravens
Baldinger: Ravens

Seahawks at Saints
Wilcots: Saints
Lombardi: Saints
Baldinger: Saints

Falcons at Rams
Wilcots: Rams
Lombardi: Rams
Baldinger: Falcons

Giants at Eagles
Wilcots: Eagles
Lombardi: Eagles
Baldinger: Eagles

Packers at Vikings
Wilcots: Packers
Lombardi: Packers
Baldinger: Packers

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Bears at Dolphins
Sterling Sharpe: Bears
Shawn Springs: Bears
Mike Mayock: Dolphins

Redskins at Titans
Wilcots: Titans
Lombardi: Titans
Baldinger: Titans

Raiders at Steelers
Wilcots: Steelers
Lombardi: Steelers
Baldinger: Steelers

Bills at Bengals
Wilcots: Bengals
Lombardi: Bengals
Baldinger: Bengals

Browns at Jaguars
Wilcots: Browns
Lombardi: Browns
Baldinger: Jaguars

Texans at Jets
Wilcots: Jets
Lombardi: Jets
Baldinger: Jets

Broncos at Chargers
Wilcots: Chargers
Lombardi: Chargers
Baldinger: Chargers

Cardinals at Chiefs
Wilcots: Chiefs
Lombardi: Chiefs
Baldinger: Chiefs

Colts at Patriots
Wilcots: Patriots
Lombardi: Patriots
Baldinger: Patriots

Playbook” combines Xs-and-Os analysis of each NFL game with roundtable debates on the NFL’s hottest topics. For more information, check out NFL Network’s broadcast schedule.

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