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NFL Week 11 lines: Reason to bet on each favorite

As we head towards Thanksgiving, the 2020 NFL season is getting into full swing. Here’s the Week 11 slate, and why each favorite is a smart bet.

Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks (-3)

The Seahawks have lost three of four, including an overtime thriller to Arizona last month. This is a key game, on a short week, at home, to take back control of the division.

Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints (-4.5)

Even without Drew Brees, the Saints are the better team. Additionally, Jameis Winston has played against the Falcons many times in his career. He’s familiar with them.

Cincinnati Bengals at Washington Football Team (-1.5)

Alex Smith and Ron Rivera are a real combination. The defense is also good in Washington, and should be able to provide problems for star rookie Joe Burrow.

Detroit Lions at Carolina Panthers (-3)

If Teddy Bridgewater doesn’t play, this line is going to flip. However, if he does, Carolina has been in almost every game save their tilts with Tampa Bay. The Panthers might be the more talented team here.

New England Patriots (-2.5) at Houston Texans

Frankly, this is a steal. New England is the much better team, with the much better coach. The Patriots are going to run up and down the field on Houston’s poor defense.


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Philadelphia Eagles at Cleveland Browns (-3.5)

With the tight race in the AFC, this is a use-win for the Browns. At home against the three-win Eagles, there’s little reason to believe Philadelphia hangs close. Carson Wentz has been a mess.

Pittsburgh Steelers (-10) at Jacksonville Jaguars

The Steelers are undefeated, lead in every defensive pressure category, and the Jaguars have Jake Luton making his third-career start. Tough spot.

Tennessee Titans at Baltimore Ravens (-6.5)

Baltimore and Tennessee both desperately need to win, but the Ravens are both the better team and at home.

Miami Dolphins (-3) at Denver Broncos

The Dolphins have won five straight and will either see Drew Lock, Brett Rypien or Jeff Driskel, who are all really the same guy.

New York Jets at Los Angeles Chargers (-9)

They are playing the Jets.


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Dallas Cowboys at Minnesota Vikings (-9.5)

Minnesota has won three straight to get to 4-5, and now welcome the defenseless Cowboys. Look for Dalvin Cook to have a massive day.

Green Bay Packers at Indianapolis Colts (-2.5)

Indy boosts one of the league’s best defense in NFL Week 11 and while the Packers are very good, they’ve been underwhelming two of the past three weeks. The Colts will get to Aaron Rodgers.

Kansas City Chiefs (-6.5) at Las Vegas Raiders

The Chiefs’ only loss was to the Raiders, back in Week 5. Now, they are off a bye and looking for revenge in primetime, fueled by this bus tour insanity. Good luck, Vegas.

Los Angeles Rams at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-3.5)

The Bucs have been awful in primetime, but Antonio Brown looks settled, the defense is largely excellent and Jared Goff is no good under pressure.

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