4 NFL Games To Consider Betting On For Week 11
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This week we’re going heavy on division rivals with our best bets, one of which could have big implications on the winner of that division. We’re also going to talk about what could be the game of the week and very well could be a conference title preview. Here are the games to wager on in Week 11 in the NFL.
Record this season: 21-16-1
Miami Dolphins (-3.5) vs. Denver Broncos
Sunday 4:05 P.M.
The Dolphins are one of the hottest teams in football as their five-game winning streak is the second-longest in the league and a win this week could have them tied for first in the AFC East. The Broncos began to play better in recent weeks, but the injuries still have the team looking forward to 2021. With the Miami defense emerging as one of the toughest in the league and Drew Lock dealing with an injury himself, the Dolphins should not have a problem coming out of the mile-high with a win.
Los Angeles Rams vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Under 48.5)
Monday 8:15 P.M.
The Rams have one the best defenses in the league by allowing the second-fewest total yards-per-game and points-per-game this season. They’re also coming off a game against Seattle where they intercepted Russell Wilson twice, forced him to fumble, and sacked him six times.
You might hear about Tampa Bay’s stars on offense, but their defense is something special too as they’re just behind Los Angeles for third-fewest yards allowed per game. We know the last time Tom Brady went against this defense was in a very low-scoring game that won him his sixth title, this game could look similar.
Kansas City Chiefs vs. Las Vegas Raiders (Over 56.5)
Sunday 8:20 P.M.
The last time these teams faced each other 72 points were scored and the Raiders left Arrow Head with a huge upset victory. Both of these teams have continued to put up points as Las Vegas has scored over 30 in back-to-back and Kansas City has done that in three straight.
Atlanta Falcons (+4) vs. New Orleans Saints
Sunday 1:00 P.M. EST
The Saints are going into this NFC South matchup without their leader Drew Brees. This offense still has some talent with Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas, but Jameis Winston and/or Taysom Hill at quarterback is still a downgrade. The Atlanta Falcons can score points, Matt Ryan can still throw the ball well, and has two of the best wide receivers in Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley along with Todd Gurley finding a way to get into the end zone every week.
The weakness of Atlanta we know is their defense, but I can see Winston throwing it to someone in red a couple of times and allowing the Falcons to stay in this game.
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