Our NFL Insiders predict Week 11s biggest upsets. Plus: Should the Dallas Cowboys defense give them pause? Which contender has the most alarming flaw? And could the Green Bay Packers still make the playoffs?Whats your biggest upset for Week 11?Matt Bowen, NFL writer:?After watching the Bengals struggle to run the football and protect quarterback Andy Dalton in Monday nights loss to the Giants, Im picking the Buffalo Bills to get the upset win in Cincinnati. Rex Ryans defense can get home to the quarterback, and the Bills will use their coverage schemes to rotate help over the top of A.J. Green. If the Bengals get beat up front again and fail to produce numbers on the ground, the Bills can grab the win. Take Buffalo and the 3.5 points on the road.John Clayton, senior NFL writer:?Ill take the New Orleans Saints over the Carolina Panthers. The Panthers arent finding their way on offense, and the Saints lost a heartbreaker on Sunday against Denver. 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If I wore them post run (and shower), my calves felt hugged -- as though they were being massaged. They felt so good after one run that I wore the socks out to dinner because they felt too comfortable to take off.Worth it?At $55, these socks are priced right in the middle for compression running socks. Ive worn my pairs multiple times and theyve stood up to plenty of wear and washes. If you find yourself getting calf and foot fatigue or soreness from running -- or want to ease your recovery -- the PRO Compression socks are a decent, comfortable investment that Im happy to recommend. ' ' '