Week 11 is upon us and there are many key matchups this NFL Sunday, especially in La La Land where the 9-1 LA Rams host the 9-1 Kansas City Chiefs.
Our tips last week were solid, going 9-4 against the spread and we’ll look to improve on that this week.
Coming into Week 11 we have compiled picks and spreads recommendations for all of the NFL action this week.
Make sure you don’t miss our other match and betting previews that provide further analysis:
• Eagles vs. Saints line and result tips
• Chiefs vs. Rams NFL: Sunday betting
• NFL Week 11 parlay times
Green Bay Packers vs. Seattle Seahawks (-2.5) O/U 49
The Packers are coming off a convincing win over the Miami Dolphins while the Seahawks fell to under .500 on the season narrowly losing to the L.A. Rams. Green Bay has Aaron Rodgers and he will come through in primetime on Thursday night and not only will the Packers cover the spread, but they will also get the W as well.
Tennessee Titans vs. Indianapolis Colts (-2) O/U 49
The Titans moved over .500 in their last game with a convincing win over the New England Patriots where they were solid on both sides of the ball. The Colts are also coming off a win and both of these teams are chasing the 6-3 Houston Texans in the AFC South. Look for Tennessee to play well again and they will at least cover the spread.
Dallas Cowboys vs. Atlanta Falcons (-3) O/U 48.5
The Cowboys are coming off a road win over the Philadelphia Eagles where their ground game got it done to the tune of 171 rushing yards. The Falcons lost to the Cleveland Browns in their last game and chasing the Saints in the NFC South they have to rely on the Wild Card to make the playoffs. That may not happen this season, as in this game the Cowboys will get the win.
Pittsburgh Steelers (-6) vs. Jacksonville Jaguars O/U 47
The Steelers are surging and the Jaguars are reeling. Jax is under .500 and their once dominant D has let them down in the last few games. That will happen again, as the Steelers and their dynamic offense will win and cover the spread even giving points on the road.
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New York Giants (-1.5) O/U 52
The Giants won their 2nd game of the season in their last game and they face a struggling Bucs team. Tampa Bay ranked up over 500 yards of total offense in their last game, but still lost to the Washington Redskins 16-3 where they shot themselves in the foot too many times. Still, the Bucs can light it up through the air and they will at least cover in the Big Apple.
Houston Texans (-3) vs. Washington Redskins O/U 42.5
The Texans are riding a solid winning streak and the Redskins are top the NFC East after their 16-3 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in their last game. Houston has the defense, but the Redskins are at home and have Adrian Peterson. Take Washington in this game to at least cover the spread.
Carolina Panthers (-4) vs. Detroit Lions O/U 51
The Panthers had their three-game win streak snapped in their last game where they were throttled and gave up 52 points. The Lions have three in a row and are in the basement of the HFC North. Cam Newton and the Panthers will bounce back in this game and win and cover the spread sending the Lions to their 4th straight loss.
Denver Broncos vs. L.A. Chargers (-7) O/U 46.5
The Broncos only have three wins, but they have been in some close games as of late. The Chargers are hot and they have won six games in a row. Their only losses have come facing the Rams and the Chiefs, who have a combined two losses this season. Take L.A, to win and cover in their house winning their 7th in a row.
Oakland Raiders vs. Arizona Cardinals (-5) 40.5
The loser may come out better in this game, as they may have the inside track on the #1 pick in the next draft. Arizona has played some pretty close games in their last few while the Raiders have lost badly. Have to take the Cardinals in this one, as the Raiders rank 31st in the league in both points per game and opponents’ points per game.
Philadelphia Eagles vs. New Orleans Saints (-9) O/U 56
The defending Super Bowl champion Eagles have lost two of their last three games and with their last loss they fell to under .500 on the season. The Saints are the hottest team in the league winners of eight in a row and they have the highest scoring team in the league. The Philly defense has been there, but the offense has not and in the Big Easy the Saints are the pick in this NFC game to win and cover the spread.
Minnesota Vikings vs. Chicago Bears (-2.5) O/U 45.5
The Bears have won three in a row and they rank in the top five in the NFL in points per game and points allowed. The Vikings are coming off a bye, but with a win they can take over first place over the Bears in the NFC North. They will do just that, as Kirk Cousins will have a big game, as will the Vikings’ defense, and Minnesota will not only cover the spread, but get the win as well.
Kansas City Chiefs vs. L.A, Rams (-3.5) O/U 63.5
This game was originally supposed to be played in Mexico City, but the field was deemed unplayable. That is good news for the Rams with this game now in La La Land where they are 5-0 this season. Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs facing Jared Goff and Todd Gurley of the Rams in a killer Monday Night matchup that may be a Super Bowl preview. The Rams have not been a good betting team this season and that will continue in this game, as KC will, at least, cover the spread.
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