DeMarcus Lawrence, Cowboys
Photo by Andrew Dieb/Icon Sportswire
Home » Blog » NFL Week 11 odds: Reason to bet each underdog

NFL Week 11 odds: Reason to bet each underdog

We take a deep glance at the NFL Week 11 odds, and give one reason why each underdog can cover its respective spread.

New England Patriots (-7) at Atlanta Falcons

Short week, at home and the Patriots are being overvalued coming off a blowout win that was played almost nationally by CBS. Good cover spot.

Baltimore Ravens (-6) at Chicago Bears

The Ravens lost to the Dolphins and should have been beaten by the Vikings, Lions, Colts and Chiefs. Take the points and run.

Detroit Lions at Cleveland Browns (-10)

Cleveland can’t get anything rolling right now. The Browns shouldn’t be laying 10 points against anybody, even Detroit.

Green Bay Packers (-2.5) at Minnesota Vikings

It’s a divisional game and the Vikings are far more desperate. With a win, Minnesota gets to 5-5 and suddenly feels like a legit playoff contender.

Houston Texans at Tennessee Titans (-10.5)

Do you believe in the power of prayer?

Indianapolis Colts at Buffalo Bills (-7)

Buffalo has been uneven this year, and the Colts are 4-5 after starting 1-4. Indy has the talent to be a menace with its front seven. It’s all about Carson Wentz.


Want $250 to bet on NFL Week 11?

Sign up now!


Miami Dolphins (-3) at New York Jets

New York has been a mess, but the Jets are drawing a Dolphins team that, by and large, has been a sputtering offensive mess.

New Orleans Saints at Philadelphia Eagles (-1.5)

The Eagles have the better offensive skill, but the defense is brutal. Trevor Siemian should be able to move the offense on short completions all day.

San Francisco 49ers (-6.5) at Jacksonville Jaguars

Jacksonville is playing better defense and almost knocked off the Colts last week. Can the Jags catch Jimmy Garoppolo off guard?

Washington Football Team at Carolina Panthers (-3.5)

Taylor Heinicke was tremendous on Sunday in the win over Tampa Bay. Perhaps another such outing coming up?


Read: Aaron Rodgers Vague About Mystery Toe Injury


Cincinnati Bengals (-1) at Las Vegas Raiders

It’s a must-win for the Raiders, who are coming off a humiliating 41-14 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. It’s time for Las Vegas to respond.

Dallas Cowboys at Kansas City Chiefs (-2.5)

The Cowboys arguably have the league’s best defense and can score with the Chiefs, something most teams only dream of doing.

Arizona Cardinals (-2.5) at Seattle Seahawks

This is it for the Seahawks at 3-6. Meanwhile, will Arizona be playing Kyler Murray?

Pittsburgh Steelers at Los Angeles Chargers (-5)

The Steelers have occasionally run well, and the defense is good enough to steal almost any game. Meanwhile, the Chargers have been incredibly inconsistent.

New York Giants at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-11)

Daniel Jones needs to take advantage of Tampa Bay’s leaky secondary to keep New York in the game.

  • 100%