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NFL Week 11 2022: A case for each favorite

Looking at the NFL Week 11 lines, we make a case for why every favorite will not only win but cover their respective spreads.

Tennessee Titans at Green Bay Packers (-3)

Aaron Rodgers and the Packers finally snapped their elongated losing streak on Sunday. Now, they get a beat-up Titans team coming to Lambeau.

Chicago Bears at Atlanta Falcons (-3)

The Falcons are coming off a bad loss and the mini bye. Chicago has seen Justin Fields emerge, but even in his six-game heater, the Bears are only 1-5.

Cleveland Browns at Buffalo Bills (-9.5)

Buffalo has lost two straight and desperately needs to win. Also, the Browns can’t threaten the Bills in the passing game. Big issue.

Philadelphia Eagles (-8) at Indianapolis Colts

The Eagles have a case as the best team in football, while the Colts have a case as one of the five worst.

New York Jets at New England Patriots (-3)

This is an ideal spot for the Patriots, who are at home and coming off a bye. While New York is also rested, this is where Bill Belichick shines.


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Los Angeles Rams at New Orleans Saints (-3)

The Rams are absolutely cooked. The Saints have their own issues, but they’re the better team and at home.

Detroit Lions at New York Giants (-3)

The Lions finally won a road game last week, but it’s the first victory away from home since 2020. The Giants have also handled every bad team they’ve faced.

Carolina Panthers at Baltimore Ravens (-12)

This is the biggest mismatch of the week, and the Ravens are coming off a bye. Could be over 20 minutes into the game.

Washington Commanders (-2.5) at Houston Texans

The Texans are the worst team in football, and Washington is frisky with Taylor Heinicke at the helm.


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Las Vegas Raiders at Denver Broncos (-2.5)

The Raiders appear to have completely quit, and they’re down Hunter Renfrow and Darren Waller on offense. Denver might keep them to single digits.

Dallas Cowboys (-1) at Minnesota Vikings

Dak Prescott and the Cowboys are two games worse in the standings, but this is an even game across the rosters. Also, Dallas has the better quarterback.

Kansas City Chiefs (-7) at Los Angeles Chargers

Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs are the league’s best offense, and the Chargers are a defensive mess.

Cincinnati Bengals (-5) at Pittsburgh Steelers

Kenny Pickett against Joe Burrow is the biggest reason to take the Bengals. Also, consider Week 1. Pittsburgh was +5 in the turnover margin and needed two missed kicks late and all of overtime to win.

San Francisco 49ers (-8) at Arizona Cardinals

The Cardinals might have Colt McCoy starting under center, against a Niners squad that’s better than Arizona in all phases.

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