3 Bold NFL Predictions for Week 11

After a couple consecutive weeks of nailing predictions, we decided to go bolder. Week 10's bold predictions flew a little too close to the sun and got burned.

To review:

Lamar Miller wasn't even close to the top overall running back last week, rushing just 11 times for 60 yards and catching 1 pass for 14 yards, finishing as the 36th-best running back in point-per-reception (PPR) leagues.

Marqise Lee wasn't a top-five wide receiver, but he had yet another solid performance as the top option in Jacksonville's passing game. He caught 6 passes for 55 yards, scored a touchdown, and also converted a two-point conversion, finishing as the 14th-best wide receiver in PPR leagues.

T.Y. Hilton did in fact fail to finish as a top-36 wide receiver, catching just 2 passes for 23 yards on a measly 4 targets.

Let's get into this week's prognostications.