2015 Week 11 NFL Schedule

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Week 11 brings several exciting matchups made possible by the interconference division matchups for the 2015 NFL schedule. In addition, there are four games between division foes out of the fourteen games on the Week 11 schedule. Dallas and Jacksonville will both be on a bye following their Week 10 game in London, in addition to the New York Jets and the Baltimore Ravens; there is just one more week with teams on the bye then the schedule will be fully loaded with sixteen games each week leading up to the start of the 2015 NFL Playoffs.

NFLSeasonSchedules.com welcomes you to check out the entire list of games this week just below and there will also be more detailed information about each matchup further down the page.

2015 NFL Regular-Season Schedule: Week 11

Thursday, November 13th, 2015
Time Away Home Spread + Odds Cable
8:25p ET Buffalo Bills @ Miami Dolphins MIA (-4) More Lines
Sunday, November 16th, 2015
1:00p ET San Francisco 49ers @ New York Giants SF (-3.5) More Lines
1:00p ET Denver Broncos @ St. Louis Rams DEN (-9.5) More Lines
1:00p ET Cincinnati Bengals @ New Orleans Saints NO (-6) More Lines
1:00p ET Minnesota Vikings @ Chicago Bears CHI (-2) More Lines
1:00p ET Atlanta Falcons @ Carolina Panthers ATL (-1.5) More Lines
1:00p ET Houston Texans @ Cleveland Browns CLE (-3) More Lines
1:00p ET Tampa Bay Bucs @ Washington Redskins WSH (-7.5) More Lines
1:00p ET Seattle Seahawks @ Kansas City Chiefs KC (-1.5) More Lines
4:05p ET Oakland Raiders @ San Diego Chargers SD (-9.5) More Lines
4:25p ET Detroit Lions @ Arizona Cardinals ARI (-1) More Lines
4:25p ET Philadelphia Eagles @ Green Bay Packers GB (-5.5) More Lines
8:30p ET New England Patriots @ Indianapolis Colts IND (-2.5) More Lines
Monday, November 17th, 2015
8:30p ET Pittsburgh Steelers @ Tennessee Titans PIT (-5.5) More Lines

Week 11 Byes: DAL, NYJ, JAX, BAL

Thursday Night Football - Week 11

The Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins will do the honors on the Week 11 NFL action, as their AFC East matchup will be shown nationally on the NFL Network; kickoff 8:25pm ET, pregame coverage of Thursday Night Football begins at 7:30pm ET.

Both teams have been on the rise, but it has been the Bills that have edged the Dolphins in three of the last four regular season games heading into 2015. These two will have already played each other back in Week 2 so be sure to look to that game to get an idea of how this one might go.

Sunday Night Football - Week 11

Once again Sunday Night Football will produce one of the better matchups of the week when Tom Brady and the New England Patriots go into Lucas Oil Stadium to square off with Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts. Clear your schedule for the 8:25pm ET kickoff, but if you miss this one chances are you'll get another chance as both will likely be in the postseason chase.

The last time the Patriots played the Colts was in the 2015 NFL playoffs, and it was Tom Brady that emerged victorious, 43-22. That win sent New England to the AFC Championship for the chance to play in the Super Bowl; Indianapolis went home...don't believe for one second they have forgot about that loss and the Colts will definitely have revenge on their mind! Click here to check out both team's odds to win the Super Bowl or look just to the right.

Monday Night Football - Week 11

Don't turn your nose up at the Week 11 Monday Night Football matchup because these games can often prove to be very entertaining. On deck this week are the Pittsburgh Steelers and Tennessee Titans in Nashville, TN. MNF kickoff is scheduled for approximately 8:30pm ET however ESPN will lead up with several hours of pregame coverage around 6:00pm ET.

These two teams will be very familiar with each other as they played just last season to kickoff their respective 2013 campaigns. Tennessee won in Pittsburgh, 16-9, but the first week of the season usually tends to be sloppy. Oddly, these teams have played each season going back to the 2008 season when the Pittsburgh Steelers won the Super Bowl. The last six games have been an even split with Tennessee winning the last two.

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