NFL Week 11

The Detroit Lions remain winless, but at least they didn’t lose for the ninth straight time. Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost to the Washington Football Team. Dak Prescott and CeeDee Lamb balled like Joe Montana and Jerry Rice. It was a crazy Week 10, expect an even crazier Week 11. Things are wide open in both Conferences.

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NFL Week 11 Preview

If the NFL regular season ended today, the Tennessee Titans would silence a lot of critics. Aaron Rodgers would be on track to a massive new deal. Finally, the Detroit Lions would be planning what to do with the No. 1 pick in the 2022 NFL Draft. Well, the Lions are probably already on it.

Week 11 of the NFL regular season will kick-off on Thursday Night. Mac Jones and the New England Patriots will be visiting Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons. New school vs old school. On Sunday, the Dallas Cowboys and the Kansas City Chiefs will meet in what should be an epic battle. Monday Night will reunite the New York Giants with Tom Brady. What more could you ask for?

The NFL Week 11 odds are ready and waiting as we look through each game. Two teams will be “enjoying” their bye week: Denver Broncos and Los Angeles Rams.

NFL Games of the Week

  • New England Patriots (-6½)


    Atlanta Falcons

    November 18, 8:20 p.m. ET

    Mac Jones and the New England Patriots (6-4) are fighting for the top of the AFC East. The rookie quarterback had a huge game in Week 10 against the Cleveland Browns (198 yards, three touchdowns). If he keeps playing like that, expect the Patriots to be a contender every year, again.

    Running back Rhamondre Stevenson also had a huge game (100 yards, two touchdowns), expanding the team’s arsenal. Being a short week, Damien Harris could miss his second game in a row. If that’s the case, expect Stevenson to have another monster performance.

    New England is 6-0 against the spread in their last six games against Atlanta.

    Bad news for the Falcons (4-5). It seems like Cordarrelle Patterson won’t be ready to face the Patriots. The runner/receiver is dealing with a sprained ankle. He has been Matt Ryan’s best ally, especially with Calvin Ridley out.

    Regarding the backfield, Wayne Gallman should have a huge role. Rookie tight end Kyle Pitts should lead the way in the receiving game. If they want to remain in the Wild Card race, they’ve to get a victory.

    The total has gone over in four of Atlanta’s last six games.

  • New Orleans Saints


    Philadelphia Eagles (-1)

    November 21, 1:00 p.m. ET

    The New Orleans Saints (5-4) showed a lot of character in Week 10. They made the Tennessee Titans suffer despite not having Jameis Winston nor Alvin Kamara. Trevor Siemian threw for 298 yards and two touchdowns, while Mark Ingram finished with 108 total yards and one touchdown.

    Head coach Sean Payton has done a great job keeping them competitive, but it would be huge if Kamara returns. Winston should take advanatge of this “time off” to polish his game.

    The Saints are 16-4 straight up in their last 20 games on the road.

    Jalen Hurts put on a show in Denver to lead the Philadelphia Eagles to their fourth victory. Now, they’ll be welcoming the Saints with their confidence up to the roof. Rookie WR Devonta Smith is finally meeting expectations, he scored three total touchdowns in their last two games.

    After a very rocky start to the season, Philly’s backfield is looking stronger each week. Jordan Howard and Boston Scott have no problem sharing the load. Hurts also contributes a lot, that’s the advanatge of a movable QB.

    The Eagles are 0-5 SU in their last five home games.

  • Miami Dolphins (-3)


    New York Jets

    November 21, 1:00 p.m. ET

    The first divisional matchup scheduled for Week 11. The Miami Dolphins (3-7) pulled off a huge upset in Week 10 against the Baltimore Ravens. Tua Tagovailoa returned to action and played well enough to regain the starting job.

    Davante Parker and Will Fuller remain out due to injury. Nevertheless, Albert Wilson, Isaiah Ford, and Jaylen Waddle have done a great job. Myles Gaskin is the team’s No. 1 RB, but he needs to start producing better numbers. Facing the New York Jets sounds perfect for that.

    Miami is 6-1 ATS in its last seven games played in November.

    The Jets (2-7) thought they had a hidden gem in Mike White. Then, he threw four interceptions against the Buffalo Bills in Week 10. Joe Flacco finished that game with one touchdown pass. I’ll give some time because that’s a lot to process.

    On the bright side, WR Corey Davis is back after missing several games. Also, rookie RB Michael Carter is having a great season. He already won the starting job, now he wants to prove he belongs to the elite.

    The total has gone under in five of NY Jets’ last six games against Miami. Expect that trend to continue Sunday.

  • Washington Football Team


    Carolina Panthers (-3)

    November 21, 1:00 p.m. ET

    The Washington Football Team (3-6) pulled off an incredible upset in Week 10. They beat Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 29-19. QB Taylor Heinicke didn’t make mistakes and RB Antonio Gibson finished with 64 yards and two touchdowns.

    The bad news is that DE Chase Young is out for the rest of the season due to a torn ACL. Also, WR Terry McLaurin is questionable. If McLaurin can’t play, expect Gibson to carry the offensive load.

    Washington is 2-7 ATS in its last nine games.

    Talking about the Panthers (5-5), Christian McCaffrey is officially back. He led the team with 161 total yards in their victory over the Arizona Cardinals in Week 10. Cam Newton also returned and scored. I wouldn’t be surprised if he gets the starting job soon.

    Carolina will remain a run-first team, if McCaffrey doesn’t get hurt, again.

    The Panthers are 4-1 SU in their last five games when playing at home against Washington.

  • Indianapolis Colts


    Buffalo Bills (-7)

    November 21, 1:00 p.m. ET

    The Indianapolis Colts’ (5-5) front office did a great job recruiting Jonathan Taylor. He’s a beast of a player, capable of carrying the load each week. Last Sunday, against the Jaguars, he had 21 carries for 116 yards and one touchdown.

    Carson Wentz isn’t a bad QB, but he’s too inconsistent. Veteran WR T.Y. Hilton is back, but he has a lot of work to do to regain the No. 1 target status. Michael Pittman Jr. has done a great job in his absence.

    The total has gone over in six of Indianapolis’ last seven games on the road.

    Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills (6-3) returned to the winning column by crushing the New York Jets. They remembered about rushing the football, finishing with four rushing touchdowns from four different players.

    The defense also did a great job, finishing with four interceptions. Those are the real Bills, but they’ve had some consistency problems. I hope to see their best version against the Colts.

    Buffalo is 10-1 SU in their last 11 games at home.

  • Detroit Lions


    Cleveland Browns (-10)

    November 21, 1:00 p.m. ET

    The Detroit Lions (0-8-1) almost won in Week 10, almost. They finished tying with the Pittsburgh Steelers to remain the only winless team in the league.

    They finally changed the game plan and relied on running the ball. They finished with 229 rushing yards, led by D’Andre Swift with 130 in 33 attempts. Sorry, Jared Goff, but the Lions should stick to running the football.

    Detroit is 4-1 SU in their last five games when playing on the road against Cleveland.

    The Browns (5-5) really need Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt. Without them, their offense is very limited. They scored only seven points against the Patriots in Week 10. Fortunately, Chubb is expected to be back, while Hunt remains questionable.

    Myles Garret is having a great season, he’s aiming for the sacks record, but he can’t do it all. If Cleveland wants to remain in the Wild Card race, they simply can’t lose against the worst team in the NFL.

    The total has gone over in four of Cleveland’s last five games against Detroit.

  • San Francisco 49ers (-6)


    Jacksonville Jaguars

    November 21, 1:00 p.m. ET

    Watch out, the San Francisco 49ers are starting to look like a serious Wild Card contender. With Jimmy Garoppolo and George Kittle back, their offense has the potential to even be scary. That also has to do with RB Eli Mitchell and WR Deebo Samuel having a great season.

    Defensively, they just limited the Los Angeles Rams to 10 points. Nick Bosa is also having a great season. He has become a true leader on and off the field.

    The 49ers are 4-1 SU in their last five games on the road.

    The Jacksonville Jaguars (2-7) will play host to the Niners with the conviction that they’ve improved a lot. They almost beat the Colts in Week 10. Trevor Lawrence didn’t make any mistakes and RB James Robinson looked good despite being questionable all week.

    Jamal Agnew is becoming a real threat to opposing teams, while Dan Arnold is becoming the team’s best receiver. Keep an eye on both.

    Jacksonville is 1-14 ATS in its last 15 games against an opponent from the NFC West.

  • Houston Texans


    Tennessee Titans (-10½)

    November 21, 1:00 p.m. ET

    The Houston Texans (1-8) will be coming back after “enjoying” their much-needed bye week. QB Tyrod Taylor took advantage of it to fully heal and is expected to remain as the starter.

    I don’t why they don’t rely more on the running game. They’ve Phillip Lindsay, David Johnson, and Rex Burkhead. They should do what the Lions did and change their game plan completely. Their offensive line isn’t the best, but it’s not that bad either.

    The Texans are 0-7 SU in their last seven games on the road. Expect that trend to continue when they face the Tennessee Titans (8-2).

    I’ve to be honest, I’m amazed by the Titans winning without Derrick Henry. Actually, they’ve been winning without any help from the backfield. Ryan Tannehill has been leading the way, while the defense has become one of the best units in the league.

    The total has gone over in nine of Tennessee’s last 11 games played in November.

  • Green Bay Packers (-2½)


    Minnesota Vikings

    November 21, 1:00 p.m. ET

    Aaron Rodgers returned, and the Green Bay Packers got back to the winning column. In fact, if the season ended up today, the Packers would be the No. 1 seed in the NFC.

    The veteran QB didn’t do much but having him under center gives the team a lot of confidence. The bad news is that Aaron Jones will miss a couple of weeks due to a mild MCL sprain. Expect AJ Dillon to carry the load during his absence.

    Green Bay is 9-0 ATS in its last nine games.

    The Minnesota Vikings (4-5) also returned to the winning column to remain in the Wild Card race. I honestly think their offense is one of the best in the league, but their defense must improve a lot.

    Dalvin Cook played despite being involved in a legal dispute. Keep an eye on the situation, without him their running game isn’t that scary.

    The Vikings are 3-7 SU in their last 10 games played in Week 11. If they get a victory against the Packers, their divisional title hopes would remain alive.

  • Baltimore Ravens (-6½)


    Chicago Bears

    November 21, 1:00 p.m. ET

    The Baltimore Ravens (6-3) suffered a tough loss against the Miami Dolphins in Week 10. Lamar Jackson led the team in rushing yards, again, but it wasn’t enough. It looks like Devonta Freeman beat Le’Veon Bell for the starting job, but neither has produced big numbers so far.

    Baltimore should keep improving their passing game. Right now, it’s good, but it could be amazing. Mark Andrews is one of the best TE’s in the league, while Rashod Bateman and Marquise Brown are one speedy duo.

    The Ravens are 6-3 ATS in their last nine games against Chicago.

    The Bears will return to action against the Ravens after “enjoying” their bye week. Rookie QB Justin Fields is expected to remain under center. Reports indicate that he took advantage of the bye week to do a lot of study.

    With David Montgomery back and fully healthy, they could rely more on the running game. Fields can also do that, that’s one of the advantages of having a dual-threat QB.

    The total has gone under in four of Chicago’s last six games played in Week 11.

  • Cincinnati Bengals (-10½)


    Las Vegas Raiders

    November 21, 4:05 p.m. ET

    Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals (5-4) will be back in action after resting in Week 10. They’ve been an inconsistent team, very good one week, terrible the next one. They really needed the bye week for several players to fully heal, including RB Joe Mixon.

    The Bengals are still in the divisional title race, but they can’t afford to lose. Curiously enough, they’ve won more games on the road (3-2-0), which is why they come in as the slight favorites.

    Cincinnati is 2-15 SU in its last 17 games when playing on the road against Las Vegas.

    The Raiders are in a must win situation after losing their last two games. Most recently, they were crushed by the Kansas City Chiefs. Derek Carr isn’t a bad QB, but he needs to be more consistent.

    Their backfield needs to contribute more, especially Josh Jacobs, who hasn’t met expectations. They recently signed DeSean Jackson to improve their passing game, but he needs more time to adapt.

    The Raiders are 5-1 SU in their last six games against an opponent from the AFC North.

  • Arizona Cardinals (-2½)


    Seattle Seahawks

    November 21, 4:25 p.m. ET

    The Arizona Cardinals (8-2) vs the Seattle Seahawks (3-6) might be the most important matchup of Week 11. That’s why Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins didn’t play the last two weeks. The Cardinals were aiming for both players to come back on Sunday for this crucial divisional matchup.

    The Cardinals sit atop the NFC West, but the Los Angeles Rams are only one game behind. Beating the Seahawks would allow them to own a 4-0-0 divisional record, very important in case of a tie.

    Arizona is 6-2 ATS in its last eight games.

    Russell Wilson is back, but the Seahawks didn’t score a single point in Week 10. He threw for 161 yards and two interceptions. We all know that Wilson is better than that, but he needs to get back into shape ASAP.

    Chris Carson is expected to be back. That would be huge to take some pressure off from Wilson’s shoulders.

    The total has gone under in four of Seattle’s last six games against Arizona. If Murray, Hopkins, and Carson play, that trend won’t continue.

  • Dallas Cowboys


    Kansas City Chiefs (-2½)

    November 21, 4:25 p.m. ET

    Dak Prescott threw for 296 yards and two touchdowns. CeeDee Lamb finished with 94 yards and two touchdowns. Ezekiel Elliott ran for 41 yards and two touchdowns. Summing up, the Dallas Cowboys (7-2) crushed the Falcons 43-3 in Week 10, proving how good they can be.

    If they can keep playing like that, expect them to make a serious run for the Lombardi trophy. With Michael Gallup and Tony Pollard added to the mix, this offense has the potential to be the best in the league.

    The Cowboys are 5-1 ATS in their last six games on the road.

    Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs (6-4) also returned to form with a huge 41-14 victory over the Raiders. Mahomes threw for 406 yards and five touchdowns. This offense also has the potential to be the best in the league, especially if Clyde Edwards-Helaire can stay healthy.

    I don’t know why the Chiefs signed Josh Gordon; they didn’t need him. Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill are enough. Besides, Byron Pringle and Mecole Herdman are good supporting actors.

    The Chiefs are 0-5 ATS in their last five home games. Expect the Cowboys vs Chiefs matchup to be a point-fest.

  • Pittsburgh Steelers


    Los Angeles Chargers (-4½)

    November 21, 8:15 p.m. ET

    The Pittsburgh Steelers (5-3-1) managed not to lose without Ben Roethlisberger, but they didn’t look good. Mason Rudolph is a good backup QB, but that’s all. Big Ben is expected to be back after clearing the COVID-19 protocols.

    Even with the veteran QB back, expect the Steelers to heavily rely on rookie RB Najee Harris. He’s having a great season, including a 26 carries, 105 yards game in Week 10 against the Lions.

    The total has gone under in six of the Steelers’ last eight games on the road.

    It seems like the “secret stuff” Justin Herbert took during the first weeks of the season is running out. He needs to call Bugs Bunny right away or the Los Angeles Chargers won’t be in the NFL Playoffs.

    Herbert is a good QB, but he needs to be more consistent. He also needs to spread the ball a little more. Keenan Allen has been playing really well, but you can’t waste Mike Williams’ talent. Facing the Steelers’ secondary could be exactly what he needs.

    The Chargers are 2-7 SU in their last nine games played in November.

  • New York Giants


    Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-11)

    November 22, 8:15 p.m. ET

    The New York Giants (3-6) will visit the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-3) after “enjoying” their bye week. Thanks to that, Saquon Barkley, Kenny Golladay, Kadarius Toney, and Sterling Shepard are expected to be at 100 percent.

    With all of them ready to go, the Giants could be a real menace to the Bucs, especially because they’re in a must win situation. If they want to remain in the Wild Card race, they can’t afford to lose.

    New York is 12-3 ATS in their last 15 games on the road.

    Tom Brady and the Buccaneers are hurt. That should worry the Giants, because it’s not usual for Brady to lose two games in a row. With Rob Gronkowski and Antonio Brown out, the offense lacks depth. Both remain questionable, but if they can’t play, the coaching staff needs to figure something out.

    The total has gone over in four of Tampa Bay’s last six games against an opponent from the NFC East.

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