Week 11 of the NFL season presents us with one of the most exciting matchups of the season when the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Los Angeles Rams. Let’s take a look at the Week 11 betting odds for that game and all of the others that are now up on the board:
Green Bay Packers at Seattle Seahawks
Lookahead Line: Seahawks -3
The Green Bay Packers have had a really tough time in road games this season as they are 0-4 so far. If they want to make the playoffs, they’ll have to find a way to win in Seattle.
Carolina Panthers at Detroit Lions
Look-ahead Line: Panthers -3
Carolina is one of the best teams in the NFL that nobody is talking about. They’ll visit the Lions in this spot, who are just 2-2 at home this year.
Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens
Look-ahead Line: Ravens -5.5
Both of these teams are battling for a Wild Card playoff berth, so this game takes on some serious importance.
Dallas Cowboys at Atlanta Falcons
Look-ahead Line: Falcons -4.5
The Cowboys enter Week 10 having lost three of four, and they’re a seven-point dog at Philadelphia. Jason Garrett’s hot seat will get very warm unless the Cowboys figure out a way through the Falcons here.
Houston Texans at Washington Redskins
Look-ahead Line: PICK
This will be a matchup of two of the weakest division leaders we have in the NFL as the Texans lead the AFC South while the Redskins lead the NFC East.
Pittsburgh Steelers at Jacksonville Jaguars
Look-ahead Line: Steelers -3
The Steelers-Jaguars meeting will be a rematch from last year’s playoffs where the Jaguars went into Pittsburgh and pulled a stunning surprise. We’ll see if the Steelers can exact some revenge.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New York Giants
Look-ahead Line: PICK
The Bucs have lost four straight on the road and have allowed an average of 40.2 points per game in their five away games.
Tennessee Titans at Indianapolis Colts
Look-ahead Line: Colts -3
This will be a battle of two AFC South teams looking to make a second half push towards the playoffs. Neither has a winning record but both are within arm’s reach of the 5-3 Cincinnati Bengals, who hold the last wild card spot right now.
Denver Broncos at Los Angeles Chargers
Look-ahead Line: Chargers -6.5
Outside of pummeling the hapless Arizona Cardinals, the Broncos have no other wins in their last seven games. The Chargers have won five in a row entering this week’s contest at Oakland.
Oakland Raiders at Arizona Cardinals
Look-ahead Line: Cardinals -3
Two teams battling for the top pick in the 2019 NFL Draft will square off in this contest. These two squads have combined for just three wins so far this season.
Philadelphia Eagles at New Orleans Saints
Look-ahead Line: Saints -6.5
One of the marquee matchups of the week will be the Super Bowl champs visiting the New Orleans Saints. The Saints have been the crisper of the two teams so far this season and are currently riding a seven-game winning streak.
Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears
Look-ahead Line: Bears -2.5
The Vikings and Bears will square off with the top spot in the NFC North on the line. If the Bears are for real and are in fact a playoff contender, they have to win games like this.
Kansas City Chiefs vs Los Angeles Rams (Mexico)
Look-ahead Line: Rams -1.5
The marquee matchup of Week 11 is the Chiefs-Rams showdown. It’ll be interesting to see where the total closes as it could be one of the highest in NFL history.
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