As we head into Week 11 in the NFL, there are plenty of teams in need of a win.
We are at the point in the season where teams are jostling for playoff positions.
Also, there are still plenty of division races up in the air.
In Week 11, there are plenty of teams that are heavy favorites.
But, these three teams are projected to be in close games and will come out with wins.
Here are the three NFL teams who most likely will win in Week 11.
1. New England Patriots
Facing the New York Jets for the second time this season, the Patriots are looking to sweep the season series.
As a defensive-minded guru Bill Belichick has feasted on the Jets and especially young quarterbacks.
The last time the Patriots faced Zach Wilson, he threw three interceptions.
New England has won the last 13 meetings against the Jets and that should continue on Sunday.
The Pats have beaten the Jets in 21 of their last 23 meetings, and those two losses both came in overtime.
— Adam Kaufman (@AdamMKaufman) November 16, 2022
2. Chicago Bears
This may be a surprise because the Bears are underdogs for their matchup against the Atlanta Falcons.
Despite their 3-7 record, the Bears have played much better football of late.
This seems like the week they get back in the win column.
Quarterback Justin Fields has come into his own of late, thriving on the ground.
He has 325 rushing yards over the past two weeks and he even set the NFL record for most in a game in Week 9.
After giving up 232 yards rushing to the #Panthers, the #Falcons dropped 10 spots, from 8th rush defense to 18th at 119.4 yards per game. #Bears will roll into town with league's No. 1 ranked rushing offense (201.7 per game).
— D. Orlando Ledbetter (@DOrlandoAJC) November 15, 2022
Fields and the Bears’ offense should have a field day in Atlanta.
The Falcons do not have an explosive offense so if the Bears can keep rolling behind Fields, they should win this game.
3. New Orleans Saints
The New Orleans Saints have struggled to win games this season.
They have a record of 3-7 but have a get-right game this week against the Los Angeles Rams.
New Orleans has been competitive at home and they need a win on Sunday.
Despite their terrible record, they are only two games out of first place in the NFC South.
It remains uncertain who will quarterback the Saints this week, but they are talented enough to beat a bad Rams team.