NFL Week 11 Look-Ahead Lines: Chiefs Favored To Sweep Chargers

Written By Mo Nuwwarah on November 11, 2022
NFL Week 11 look ahead lines

NFL Week 11 look-ahead lines are out. An AFC West showdown will see the Chiefs try to all but lock up the division with a season sweep of the Chargers.

Every week, usually on Friday, TheLines will post look-ahead lines from FanDuel Sportsbook and DraftKings Sportsbook. These look aheads give an early snapshot of the current market opinions of teams absent the week-to-week bias that can take hold following weekend results.

NFL Week 11 Look-Ahead Lines

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Game
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Titans at Packers
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Packers -1
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Packers -1.5
Jets at Patriots
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Patriots -4.5
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Patriots -4.5
Lions at Giants
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Giants -4
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Giants -4
Panthers at Ravens
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Ravens -12.5
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Ravens -13
Eagles at Colts
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Eagles -10
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Eagles -10 (-105)
Commanders at Texans
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Commanders -2.5
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Commanders -2.5 (-118)
Browns at Bills
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Bills -6.5
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Bills -6
Rams at Saints
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Saints pk
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Saints -1
Bears at Falcons
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Falcons -4
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Falcons -4
Raiders at Broncos
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Broncos -2.5
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Broncos -2.5 (-108)
Bengals at Steelers
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Bengals -5.5
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Bengals -5.5
Cowboys at Vikings
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Cowboys -2
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Cowboys -2.5
Chiefs at Chargers
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Chiefs -5.5
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Chiefs -5.5
49ers at Cardinals
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49ers -5.5
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49ers -5.5

Week 11 NFL Primetime Games

Thursday Night Football Odds

Week 9 results may have created a buy low opportunity on the Packers, although they certainly have a tough Week 10 assignment with the Cowboys on tap. A slew of injuries and poor results has the Pack down and out, but Aaron Rodgers has pulled things together before in these spots to turn seasons around.

Should the Packers have a strong showing, and the Titans scuffle once again — with Malik Willis at QB or not — we could see Packers -3 here by the time next week rolls around.

Sunday Night Football Odds

Flexed into prime time, the Chiefs and Chargers have delivered several memorable games in recent seasons and always seem to be locked in close battles. The market has installed the Chiefs as shockingly large early favorites. In the past five meetings, the only time the Chiefs have covered this number was with an OT touchdown.

But, to be fair, the Chargers have looked less than inspiring on offense without Keenan Allen and Mike Williams. The two seem 50-50 at best to play in Week 10, and it’s anyone’s guess when either will return. Without them, the offense has devolved into an Austin Ekeler dumpoff brigade.

The Chiefs are big favorites over the Jaguars, but the Chargers do have a chance to impress on the road against the 49ers. Should they do so, look for something closer to Chiefs -3 here next week.

Monday Night Football Odds

The Cardinals have a bit of an unusual situation this week. Facing the Rams, they may look across the line at backup QB John Wolford. Matthew Stafford has landed in concussion protocol. Arizona’s performance against Wolford can only move the needle so much in the positive, although another ugly loss here would certainly have the potential to move the 49ers closer to -7 even on the road. A dominating 49ers win against a respectable Chargers team could do the same.

There isn’t much downside in waiting on the Cardinals since a couple of fairly dead numbers await even if the line moves their way.

MORE POTENTIAL WEEK 10 IMPACT ON WEEK 11 LOOK-AHEAD LINES

Browns At Bills

Speaking of injured QBs, Josh Allen has been the center of plenty of headlines and speculation after reportedly spraining his elbow in the loss to the Jets. TheLines’ NFL injury report noted the injury is not similar to the one that caused QBs like Stafford to miss time. So, Allen may yet play in Week 10 for the Bills.

Should Allen suit up and perform like something close to his normal self, this line seems very likely to move past the key number of -7.

Right now, it appears to be in a bit of no-man’s land. We’ll have to see how Case Keenum looks — and he has looked good at times in the past — but something closer to Bills -3.5 seems likely if Allen misses time.

Eagles At Colts

Sam Ehlinger bumbled his way through one of the worst starts of the season — maybe even recent memory — in a nine-sack implosion against the Patriots. It’s early and the market is still trying to get a read on Ehlinger. But considering he didn’t enter the league with a highly touted pedigree (sixth-round pick), the distinct possibility remains that he’s one of the league’s worst.

The Eagles have shown themselves very capable of blowouts with four double-digit wins among their eight. The line obviously reflects that, but recall that Philly was a -14 favorite at the Texans. The Colts might not be too terribly far from that level if their worst-in-the-league offense continues to perform that way.

HOW TO USE NFL LOOK-AHEAD LINES

The look-ahead lines allow you a sneak peek at the projected lines for the following week’s games. This information from a leading online sportsbook will help provide lessons in understanding lines and projections before the current week’s games are played.

Many bettors tend to overreact to the previous week’s scores and results. The NFL Week 11 look-ahead lines provide a sense of stability from the oddsmaker. They sometimes offer a clear, unbiased snapshot of perceived team strength.

Bettors can also gain an edge or find value in the lines once the weekend results take hold. See if you can find any over- or under-reactions by the market.

Of course, always take note of key injuries, travel and scheduling situations, and NFL power rankings. Making adjustments is part of the process, along with accounting for teams’ strengths, weaknesses, against-the-spread angles and personnel matchups.

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Mo Nuwwarah got his start in gambling early, making his first sports bet on his beloved Fab Five against the UNC Tar Heels in the 1993 NCAA tournament. He lost $5 to his dad and got back into sports betting years later during a 15-year run in the poker industry. A 2011 journalism graduate from Nebraska-Omaha, he combines those skills with his love of sports and statistics to help bettors make more informed decisions with a focus on pro football, baseball and basketball.

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