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NFL Week 11 odds: 5 best bets on favorites

NFL Week 11 begins with the Browns VS the Steelers on Thursday Night Football. We take a look at five favorites bets for NFL Week 11.

5. Denver Broncos at Minnesota Vikings (-10.5)

Simple reasoning here. The Vikings are 7-3 and playing very well. The Broncos are 3-6, paying Brandon Allen under center and now come on the road. Minnesota’s defensive front might have 10 sacks in this game. Think that’s an exaggeration? The Kansas City Chiefs had nine a few weeks ago, and that was in Denver.

4. Cincinnati Bengals at Oakland Raiders (-10.5)

The second consecutive pick where a home team is laying 10.5 points. Look, the Raiders are an average team. They’re getting a ton of hype right now, but they have a -32 point differential. So why take them here? Because the Bengals are one of the worst teams in the last 50 years. At 0-9, they are being blown out on a weekly basis, don’t have John Ross or A.J. Green on the outside and now are willfully starting Ryan Finley over Andy Dalton. Good luck.


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3. Kansas City Chiefs (-3.5) at Los Angeles Chargers

The Chiefs have to be steaming after last week. They dominated the Tennessee Titans with almost 38 minutes in time of possession, 530 total yards (including Patrick Mahomes throwing for 446) and scoring 32 points. Yet they lost in the final moments due to some incredible blunders by the defense, coaching staff and special teams. Enter the Chargers, who are injured all over the roster, 4-6, and having to play a home game in Mexico City. All the signs point to the Chiefs bouncing back in a big way before both teams hit the bye.


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2. New Orleans Saints (-5.5) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

If New Orleans had won last week, this line would be at least 1.5 points higher. Instead, the Saints played their worst game of the season — by far — and now the bettors are getting a lowered line. This is the time to strike, with the Saints furious over losing at home to the Atlanta Falcons and the Buccaneers fat after beating the Arizona Cardinals. Tampa Bay is a decent team, but the defense is sub-par and Jameis Winston has thrown more interceptions than any other quarterback. Swallow the points and don’t look back.

1. Dallas Cowboys (-3.5) at Detroit Lions

The Cowboys are coming off a tough loss to the Vikings at home. Now they head north and could very well see a banged-up Matthew Stafford or even Jeff Driskel. Dallas should win by four or more points regardless, but the possibility of getting Driskel pushes this over the edge. The Cowboys need to win to keep going strong in the NFC East race, while the Lions are toast. This makes sense on all angles.

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