NFL Week 11 Lines And NJ Betting Guide

Posted By Marco Cerino on November 18, 2018
Week 11 NFL Lines

It’s getting down to do-or-die for some teams in the NFL. There are 13 games on the slate in Week 11, and all eyes will be centered on the Kansas City Chiefs vs. Los Angeles Rams on Monday Night Football. Some operators posted an over/under of 64 on that game early in the week. That’s the highest total since these bets first started being recorded in 1986.

Here’s a look at all of the spreads and totals at New Jersey sportsbooks for Week 11, along with analysis for each matchup. Check back during the week for updated odds.

(Odds updated 11/18/18)

 DraftKingsFanDuelSugarHouseBetStars888sportMGMCaesarsWill Hill
Green Bay
Seattle
49.5
-2.5
49.5
-2.5
49.5
-2.5
49
-2.5
49.5
-2.5
49.5
-2.5
49.5
-2.5
49.5
-2.5
Carolina
Detroit
-4
49
-4
49
-4
49
-4.5
49.5
-4
49
-4.5
49.5
-4
49
-4.5
49.5
Tampa Bay
NY Giants
53.5
-3
53
-3
53.5
-3
52
-1.5
53.5
-3
52
-1.5
52
-2
52
-2
Cincinnati
Baltimore
43.5
-6.5
44
-6.5
43.5
-6.5
43.5
-6.5
43.5
-6.5
44
-6.5
43.5
-6.5
44
-6.5
Houston
Washington
-3
41
-3
41.5
-3
41
-3
41.5
-3
41
-3
41.5
-3
41.5
-3
42.5
Dallas
Atlanta
49
-3.5
49
-3.5
49
-3.5
49.5
-3.5
49
-3.5
48
-3
47.5
-3.5
47.5
-3
Pittsburgh
Jacksonville
-5
46
-4.5
47
-5
46
-4.5
47
-5
47
-5
46.5
-4.5
46.5
-4.5
46.5
Tennessee
Indianapolis
51
-1
50.5
-2
51
-1
51
-2
51
-1
50
-2
51
-2
51
-1.5
Philadelphia
NO Saints
56
-7.5
56
-7.5
56
-7.5
56
-7.5
56
-7.5
56
-7.5
56
-7.5
56
-7.5
Denver
LA Chargers
46
-7.5
46.5
-7.5
46
-7.5
46
-7
46
-7.5
46
-7
46.5
-7
46.5
-7
Oakland
Arizona
41
-5.5
41
-5
41
-5.5
41
-5
41
-5.5
40.5
-5
40.5
-5.5
41
-5
Minnesota
Chicago
44
-2.5
44
-2.5
44
-2.5
44.5
-2.5
44
-2.5
44.5
-3
44.5
-2.5
44.5
-2.5
Kansas City
LA Rams
63
-3.5
63.5
-3.5
63
-3.5
63.5
-3.5
63
-3.5
63.5
-3.5
63.5
-3.5
63.5
-3.5

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Week 11 betting breakdown

Packers at Seahawks (-2.5): The teams will meet for the fifth straight regular season. GB has won the last three. The total opened at 49.5 across the board except at BetStars which gave a half-point value to the over.

Panthers (-4) at Lions: Carolina leads the series 6-2 overall, including a 27-24 win last year.

Texans (-3) at Redskins: The Redskins looked pitiful last week but still the win against Tampa. The books didn’t let the score deceive them in setting this line.

Steelers (-4.5) at Jaguars: Rematch of the AFC Divisional round shootout won by Jacksonville, who also won at Heinz Field last October.

Titans at Colts (-2): Tennessee swept the series last year, stopping an 11-game winning streak for Indy. Can Mariota and the Titans stay hot with another road win?

Buccaneers at Giants (-3): The Giants had won five in a row against Tampa before dropping a 25-23 decision last year. William Hill has opened this as a PK on Monday and it climbed all the way to Giants -3 on Sunday.

Cowboys at Falcons (-3.5): Atlanta has won the last three in this rivalry, including a dominant 27-7 victory last season.

Bengals at Ravens: This one opened late because of the uncertainty of Raven QB Joe Flacco. Lamar Jackson will get the start in his place. The Ravens are 2-7 in the last nine meetings of this divisional rivalry.

Broncos at Chargers (-7.5): The teams split the last two seasons after Denver dominated the series by winning eight of the previous nine.

Raiders at Cardinals (-5): Some recency bias goes towards the home team who covered the big number on the road last week against the Chiefs. Prices here are consistent across the board.

Eagles at Saints: Would normally be the highest total of the week if not for the Monday night tack meet in LA. This opened at 8.5 early in the week but the line dropped to 7.5 as of Sunday morning.

Vikings at Bears (-2.5): Big legitimacy test for both QBs in a high-stakes divisional matchup. This one held at 2.5 at most books all week.

Chiefs vs. Rams (-3.5): The total could end up being the highest we’ve ever seen for an NFL game. The Chiefs (8-2) have been really good ATS this year; the Rams (4-6) have not.

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