Unless you’re in the midst of making a series of wise Week 11 NFL online betting wagers, just stop whatever you’re doing, BetUS sportsbook betting faithful! With the start of Week 11 almost here, now is a perfect time to take a look at which teams are playing Over or Under the betting totals on a consistent basis and which teams are struggling to find consistency on doing so in either direction.
Two teams in particular, stand out above all others when it comes to consistently topping or staying under their respective Over/Under totals.
Los Angeles Chargers (6-3 O/U)
The Bolts are consistently playing Over as they head into their Week 11 home date against the winless Jets. Justin Herbert and company are riding a blistering 6-0 O/U mark over their last half-dozen games and could probably top their Week 11 Over/Under total against the J-E-T-S, Jets, Jets, Jets, all by themselves!
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Los Angeles Rams (2-7 O/U)
At the other end of the spectrum, the LA Rams are playing Under like you wouldn’t believe. Aaron Donald and company have played Under the total in six straight games as they get set to visit Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday night. The NFC West co-leaders are ranked a stellar second in points allowed (18.7 ppg) and I believe the Rams could make life on Tom Brady hellish in their huge Week 11 NFC clash!
Buffalo Bills (7-2-1 O/U)
Josh Allen and the Bills have played Over the total in three straight games and four times in their last six games overall. Buffalo has put at least 30 points on the board in two straight and three times over its last six.
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Arizona Cardinals (5-4 O/U)
Kyler Murray and the blossoming Cardinals have played Over the total in three straight games heading into Monday night’s Week 11 matchup against Seattle. Arizona has put 31 points or more on the board in five straight and they almost assuredly would be riding a five-game over streak had they not limited the pitiful Jets and Cowboys to an identical 10 points in Weeks 5 and 6.
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Dallas Cowboys (4-5 O/U)
Speaking of the Cowboys, Dallas has played Under the total in four straight. I’ve got to give credit where credit is due though. Dallas put up a fantastic effort in its 24-19 Week 9 home loss against Pittsburgh. But, prior to that the Boys were limited to 10 points or less in three straight.
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Tennessee Titans (6-2-1 O/U)
The Titans have gone 6-1-1 O/U over their last eight games while allowing at least 31 points in two of their last three games overall. Tennessee has lost three of four with its only win coming against the offensively-challenged Bears in Week 9.
Indianapolis Colts (5-4 O/U)
Don’t cry me a Philip Rivers! All jokes aside, the Colts have gone 4-1 O/U over their last five games while putting 31 points or more on the board three times over their last four games including their 34-14 Week 10 smackdown of Tennessee!
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Cleveland Browns (5-4 O/U)
He might be a butcher or candlestick maker, but he’s not baking anything right about now. All attempts at humor aside, Baker Mayfield is stinking up the joint like nobody’s business, having completed just 12 passes in each of the last two weeks. Cleveland heads into its Week 11 matchup against Philadelphia riding a two-game Under streak while playing Under the total three times over their last four games. Cleveland has been limited to 10 points or less three times during that stretch, although they somehow managed to win two of those contests.
Cincinnati has gone 3-0-1 O/U over its last four games. Miami has played Over the total in two straight and so has Carolina. New England has gone 2-4 O/U over its last six while Washington and the New York Jets both had its four-game under streaks snapped last weekend. Philadelphia has played Under the total in three straight while Chicago, Baltimore and the New York Giants have played under the total in two straight.