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NFL Week 11 Sunday Games News & Notes

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are on a five-game winning streak as they get set to play the marquee NFL matchup on Sunday night against Andrew Luck and the Colts in Indianapolis.

That five-game streak has the Patriots in their regular spot atop the AFC East standings at 7-2 SU and 5-4 ATS on the season, while the Colts are the leaders in the AFC South at 6-3 SU and 7-2 ATS. Indianapolis is a 2.5-point home favorite for Sunday night, and they're 6-2 ATS as a favorite this season. New England is 3-0 ATS as an underdog.

Matchup Reports: New England vs. Indy | Detroit vs. Arizona | Cincinnati vs. New Orleans

Two other division leaders meet in the desert on Sunday afternoon, with the Arizona Cardinals playing host to the Detroit Lions in a game that's fallen to a pick'em at the online sportsbooks over the course of the week - with the Cards falling from favored status after losing starting quarterback Carson Palmer for the season with a knee injury.

That leaves Drew Stanton as Arizona's starter for Sunday, with the Cardinals atop the NFC West at 8-1 SU and 7-2 ATS on the season. The Lions are leading the NFC North at 7-2 SU and 5-4 ATS, but are expected to be without running back Reggie Bush (ankle) for the contest.

And the New Orleans Saints are also a division leader in the NFC South despite their marks of 4-5 both SU and ATS on the season. Drew Brees and company are 7.5-point home favorites for Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals, who are in the tight AFC North race at 5-3-1 SU and 4-4-1 ATS.

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