Key matchups are on tap for the third football weekend of November. NFL Week 11 odds show the Browns +7.5 versus the Bills -7.5. The Jets +3.5 are underdogs at the rival Patriots -3.5. The largest spread of the week is the Panthers +12.5 at the Ravens -12.5. These early spreads offer bettors a chance to capitalize on some numbers that could change significantly in the coming days.
Get all of your betting information for this week’s games below.
NFL Week 11 odds
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NFL Week 11 betting lines
Here we will dive deep into NFL Week 11 odds and deliver betting previews for each game. Some of the more sizable spread changes when looking at the board Sunday morning include the following.
- Jets +5.5 at Patriots -5.5 to Jets +3.5 at Patriots -3.5
- Lions +4 at Giants -4 to Lions +3 at Giants -3
- Rams at Saints PK to Rams +4.5 at Saints -4.5
- Eagles -10 at Colts +10 to Eagles -6.5 at Colts +6.5
- Browns +6.5 at Bills -6.5 to Browns +7.5 at Bills -7.5
- Cowboys at Vikings PK to Cowboys -1.5 at Vikings +1.5
- 49ers -5.5 at Cardinals +5.5 to 49ers -8 at Cardinals +8
Tennessee Titans +3 at Green Bay Packers
The Packers seemingly got back on track with their OT win over the Cowboys last Sunday but it was right back to Mediocre City for Aaron Rodgers’ club on TNF as they fell to the Titans, 27-17. Titans +3 ticket-holders were victorious and the game went over the 40.5 total.
Chicago Bears at Atlanta Falcons
The Bears, particularly Justin Fields, continued to show significant improvement on offense but their defense let them down once again in a 31-30 loss to the Lions on Sunday. The Falcons opened this past week’s slate with a 25-15 loss to the Panthers.
Fields continued his jaw-dropping string of performances as a runner Sunday with 147 rushing yards and another pair of scores. The second-year signal-caller tossed a pair of touchdown passes as well and continues to do enough through the air to keep Chicago competitive most weeks, and the defensive questions that have plagued the team could get a bit of a reprieve against Atlanta. The Falcons’ attack under Marcus Mariota has been fairly conservative, although with its cadre of talented backs, Atlanta could do damage against a Bears defense surrendering 170.4 rushing yards per game.
Atlanta’s defense has struggled against both the run and pass at times, but most of its problems have come versus the latter. The Falcons allow 262 passing yards per game, and although Fields’ strong suit may not be his passing, he certainly has enough playmakers in his pass-catching corps to take advantage of the vulnerability. One stat in the Falcons’ favor has been their ability to limit rushing by QBs – they’ve surrendered only 89 yards on 23 carries to the position.
Despite the Bears’ offense showing much more firepower than that of Atlanta’s, the hosts were 3-point favorites to start the week when looking at NFL Week 11 odds.
Cleveland Browns at Buffalo Bills
The Browns at Bills game has been moved to a different location due to severe weather conditions in Buffalo set for this weekend. Ford Field, home of the Detroit Lions, will host the game. The Bills had been a -8.5 favorite at most sportsbooks before news of the change.
As for the matchup itself, the Browns were manhandled on both sides of the ball this past Sunday, dropping a 39-17 decision to the Dolphins despite Cleveland having the benefit of coming off a bye. The Bills suffered another heartbreaking loss in what may ultimately be the best game of the season, dropping a 33-30 decision to the Vikings in overtime.
The Bills’ defense will present quite the challenge for the usually so-so Browns passing game, especially if the unit is a bit on the ornery side following Sunday’s collapse. Jacoby Brissett has been adequate as the interim starter and has displayed solid chemistry with both Amari Cooper and Donovan Peoples-Jones. Head coach Kevin Stefanski will likely try to get back to a lot more of Nick Chubb after game script limited him significantly Sunday, and the Bills do come in allowing 122.3 rushing yards per home game.
Cleveland’s offensive numbers weren’t awful Sunday, but the defense once again proved to be a sieve against the run. The Browns are now allowing 152.8 rushing yards per road game after Jeff Wilson and Raheem Mostert combined for 184 on only 25 carries. The Bills’ Devin Singletary notable logged double-digit carries and scored two touchdowns against a much tougher Minnesota unit, and Buffalo may look to take some of the load off the shoulders of the banged-up Josh Allen by going to the ground.
The Bills were unsurprisingly 9-to-9.5-point home favorites when looking at initial NFL Week 11 odds despite back-to-back straight-up losses.
Philadelphia Eagles at Indianapolis Colts
The Eagles closed out this week’s slate Monday night with their first loss, which came at the hands of the Commanders. The Colts had quite the debut under Jeff Saturday, with Matt Ryan making a surprise return to the starting job and helping lead Indy to a 25-20 win over the Raiders.
Philly has been able to run one of the more balanced attacks in the league thanks to head coach Nick Sirianni’s apparent commitment to keep Miles Sanders much more consistently involved on a week-to-week basis and being afforded the chance to do so thanks to the Eagles usually playing from ahead. The Colts’ defense has been much more effective at home against the pass (193.8 PYPG) than versus the run (131.0 RYPG), so while A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith certainly won’t be ignored, Sanders could be in for a particularly busy day.
The Eagles headed into their matchup against the Commanders displaying very few flaws overall, although their inconsistency against the run could prove key in this matchup. Jonathan Taylor looks back to full health against the Raiders on Sunday after struggling with an ankle injury for a good chunk of the first half of the season, rushing for 147 yards and a TD on 22 carries. With Philly currently allowing just under 5.0 yards per carry to RBs, Saturday could once again lean heavily on his lead back, especially given how difficult the Eagles have made life on opposing air attacks.
Despite the boost the Colts got under Saturday this past weekend, the Eagles are 6.5-to-7-point favorites, although that number came down from 7.5-to-8.5-point road favorites after Philly’s loss. This number will be interesting to monitor throughout the week if bettors buy into Indy’s resurgence being more than just a one-week wonder.
New York Jets at New England Patriots
The Jets were off this past weekend after heading into the bye with a rousing 20-17 win over the Bills. The Pats were also idle Sunday following a 26-3 shellacking of the Colts that let to Frank Reich’s dismissal as Indy’s head coach.
The Jets’ defense continues to be the story of their remarkable season, often carrying the team. Zach Wilson has been somewhat underwhelming since making his delayed season debut, generating an unsightly 4:5 TD:INT and throwing for under 200 yards in three of the past four games. However, that appears to have been at least partly by design, and Wilson’s most productive day of the season yardage-wise actually came in the narrow loss to the Patriots (355 yards) a little over two weeks ago.
The Patriots have been running a conservative offense themselves under Mac Jones, averaging just 202.7 passing yards per game, including 161.3 over the last three. Rhamondre Stevenson appears to have taken control of the Pats’ backfield and generated 143 total yards against the Jets. The second-year back should be involved heavily again, considering the Jets have given up 131.3 rushing yards per road contest and rush the passer with such success that Stevenson could frequently be utilized as an outlet option out of the backfield.
In a testament to how seriously the Jets are being taken, the Pats were just 3-to-3.5-point home favorites on NFL Week 11 odds boards as the week began.
LA Rams at New Orleans Saints
The Rams’ title-defense season got only gloomier Sunday, as L.A. dropped a 27-17 decision to the Cardinals that wasn’t even that close, a game which both teams played with backup QBs. The Saints had their fair share of troubles as well, going into Pittsburgh and running into an inspired T.J. Watt-infused defense that helped hand them a 20-10 loss.
Matthew Stafford was reportedly close to playing Sunday, but he ultimately didn’t clear concussion protocol in time, John Wolford threw for 212 yards and a garbage-time TD in his stead, so he wasn’t really very far off Stafford’s level of play this season. If the Super Bowl-winning QB does make it back in time for this contest, he’ll have to face a Saints defense that’s yielded just 201.6 passing yards per home game, and only 194.3 per contest over the last three overall.
New Orleans could have a different QB under center in Week 10 in its own right, although in the Saints’ case, any change would be due to Andy Dalton’s ineffectiveness. The Red Rocket threw a pair of fourth-quarter INTs against Pittsburgh and could well be swapped out for Jameis Winston ahead of this matchup. The Rams will present a challenge defensively for whoever mans the controls, as despite the ugly team record, L.A. is allowing just 192.3 passing yards per road contest and an NFC-low 75 rushing yards per game when traveling as well.
With QB questions surrounding both clubs, the Saints are somewhat surprising 3-to-3.5-point home favorites when looking at NFL Week 11 odds.
Detroit Lions at New York Giants
The Lions offense turned in a rare successful road effort at Soldier Field in Week 10, coming back to best the Bears by a narrow 31-30 margin. The Giants came out of the bye and handled their business against the Texans, 24-16, to move to 7-2.
Jared Goff and Amon-Ra St. Brown were able to revive their early-season connection to significant degree Sunday, with the veteran QB hitting his second-year receiver on 10 occasions to the tune of 119 yards. Nevertheless, Detroit may be forced to turn to its Jamaal Williams-D’Andre Swift backfield tandem much more frequently in this matchup – the Giants are giving up a tiny 146.6 passing yards per home game on a league-low 56.3 percent completion rate.
The Giants rode Saquon Barkley to the tune of 35 carries coming out of the bye, and the temptation may be there to replicate something similar to that workload in this matchup. The Lions have been almost as poor as the Texans stopping the run, allowing an NFC-high 160.9 rushing yards per contest, including 174 per away game. Additionally, Detroit has actually been effective against the pass outside the offense-friendly confines of their Ford Field home, giving up a surprisingly low 194.8 passing yards per game on the road.
NFL Week 11 odds show the Lions getting some respect as Detroit was just a 3-to-3.5-point road underdog as the week began.
Carolina Panthers at Baltimore Ravens
The Panthers recorded their second win of the Steve Wilks era to open the Week 10 slate, handing the Falcons a 25-15 loss. The Ravens were off in Week 10 after closing out Week 9 with a 27-13 win, their third straight victory.
Carolina will roll with Baker Mayfield at quarterback for this interconference clash, as P.J. Walker is dealing with a high-ankle sprain. The return to the starting job could certainly inspire a spirited performance from the 2018 first overall pick, especially with Sam Darnold now healthy and waiting in the wings behind him. That would be a fortunate turn of events considering how much of a brick wall Baltimore’s defense has been against the run – the Ravens are surrendering only 92.0 rushing yards per game overall.
Baltimore should be well rested and ready for the second half of the season coming out of the bye, and they project to get Gus Edwards back from his hamstring injury in time for this game. Mark Andrews, who sat out the game against New Orleans with shoulder and ankle injuries, should also have a good chance of jumping back into action and thus providing Lamar Jackson with a pass-catching corps that will be more well-rounded than the one he worked with against the Saints.
With Baltimore coming out of a bye and at home, the Ravens are unsurprisingly anywhere from 10.5-to-12-point favorites as the week starts.
Washington Commanders at Houston Texans
The Commanders closed out the Week 10 slate Monday night with an inspiring 32-21 upset. Meanwhile, the Texans fell to another NFC East foe Sunday, dropping a 24-16 decision to the Giants at MetLife Stadium.
The Commanders got right back in the win column after seeing their three-game win streak snapped by the Vikings in Week 9. Carson Wentz (finger) will be eligible for activation from injured reserve ahead of this game, although how much he does in practice leading up to the contest figures to be the ultimate determinant of his status. If he’s able to suit up and head coach Ron Rivera opts to reinsert him into the starting role, this would be a soft landing of sorts, as the offense would likely be able to enjoy some balance against Houston’s league-worst run defense.
The Texans continue to trudge along and actually gave the Giants a competitive game before succumbing Sunday. The matchup against the Commanders may be most favorable through the air, as Washington has tended to give up some longer passing plays (12.0 yards per completion allowed on road going into Monday night). Brandin Cooks and Nico Collins did return to action for Houston on Sunday, giving Davis Mills much more to work with.
Ahead of Washington’s Monday night clash, the Commanders are slim 2.5-point road favorites for this contest despite the rest disadvantage.
Las Vegas Raiders at Denver Broncos
The Raiders took yet another loss Sunday, dropping to 2-7 by virtue of a 25-20 loss to the Colts at home. The Broncos didn’t fare any better, falling to the Titans by a 17-10 score on the road in another lackluster effort by their Russell Wilson-led offense.
Derek Carr and Davante Adams continued to flash occasional magic, with the duo connecting on nine occasions for 126 yards and a touchdown on Sunday against a tough Colts pass defense. Nevertheless, Carr continues to sport his lowest completion percentage (62.4) since the 2015 season, while his 6.8 yards per attempt tie for his lowest since his rookie 2014 campaign. The Vegas air attack is even more hamstrung by the IR designations saddling Darren Waller (hamstring) and Hunter Renfrow (oblique), and the matchup against the Broncos defense is nightmarish with Denver giving up only 159.5 passing yards per home game.
Wilson is having what may actually be his worst season ever, as he’s completing a career-low 57.4 percent of his passes, while his five INTs already match his 16-game total in 2019 and is one away from his 2021 tally in 14 contests. To make matters worse, Jerry Jeudy suffered an ankle injury on the first play from scrimmage Sunday, although an MRI didn’t reveal anything too worrisome. The 2020 first-round pick could potentially miss this game, however, dampening the prospects of the struggling air attack further with KJ Hamler already saddled with a hamstring issue.
With both teams significantly underperforming, NFL Week 11 odds boards have defaulted to just a 2.5-point advantage in favor of the home team.
Dallas Cowboys at Minnesota Vikings
The Cowboys went into Lambeau Field and were upended by a desperate Packers squad in OT, 31-28. The Vikings pulled off an overtime win of their own in the wildest way possible and in perhaps the toughest road environment in the NFL, notching a 33-30 victory against the Bills.
Dak Prescott and CeeDee Lamb were in fine form Sunday while connecting on 11 occasions for 150 yards and two touchdowns. However, there’s precious little help behind the Cowboys’ top wideout, as Michael Gallup has yet to break off any big plays this season and Noah Brown hasn’t been able to garner much consistency. Meanwhile, Ezekiel Elliott sat out Sunday with his knee issue and may remain out for this game although Tony Pollard came through as the top back again versus Green Bay with 115 rushing yards and a touchdown while adding three catches.
The Cowboys defense was a major culprit Sunday, as Green Bay was able to mount a comeback from 28-14 thanks to big plays through the air by Christian Watson and a phenomenal performance by Aaron Jones (138 rushing yards, one TD). Now Dallas must gear up to stop Dalvin Cook, who hung 119 rushing yards on the Bills, 81 on one play. Kirk Cousins and Justin Jefferson also demonstrated they’re essentially matchup-proof with their impact play against the Bills on Sunday, making even this tough matchup versus the Dallas secondary one they could manage.
In what may be the most interesting line on NFL Week 11 odds boards, the Cowboys were 1-to-1.5-point road favorites as of Monday afternoon. It’s a line that could well be ripe for movement in coming days.
Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers
The Bengals were off in Week 10 following an impressive 42-21 throttling of the Panthers in Week 9. The Steelers put together a solid all-around effort in defeating the Saints, 20-10, for their third win Sunday.
Cincinnati’s win over Carolina coupled with the week off should see the Bengals enter this divisional matchup with plenty of confidence. Joe Burrow and company actually have a bone to pick with their AFC North mates, as the Steelers pulled off a road upset against them back in Week 1. Whether the star quarterback will have the benefit of Ja’Marr Chase (hip) back in his arsenal remains to be seen, however, with news on the star wideout’s status likely not available until late in the week. The matchup against the Steelers defense figures to be tougher than in recent games, as T.J. Watt returned to action from the torn pec he’d suffered in the opener against Cincinnati on Sunday.
The Steelers’ Kenny Pickett continues to gain experience and seemingly make strides, encouragingly throwing only one interception over his last 68 pass attempts after throwing a whopping seven in his first 127 NFL tosses. The Pittsburgh offense draws a tough matchup against the Bengals, however, especially through the air – Cincinnati is surrendering just 205.2 yards per game (179.7 in the last three) and a minuscule 58.2 percent completion rate.
With a rest and talent advantage, the Bengals are 4.5-to-5-point road favorites as of Monday.
Kansas City Chiefs at Los Angeles Chargers
The Chiefs were challenged by the Jaguars in Week 10 but came out on top in a 27-17 victory at Arrowhead Stadium. The Chargers fought valiantly against the 49ers with a short-handed receiving corps again but came up just short, 22-16.
Patrick Mahomes was forced to make due without top receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster for a good chunk of Sunday’s game after the veteran took a blow to the head that forced his exit. True to form, Mahomes appeared mostly undeterred by throwing four touchdown passes in the victory and impressively getting recent acquisition Kadarius Toney involved to a solid degree. Nevertheless, the hope is naturally for Smith-Schuster to clear concussion protocol in time for this matchup, considering the Chargers are a stingy pass defense that’s allowed only 178.3 passing yards per game in the last three.
Justin Herbert took a blow to the head himself Sunday night but returned, and he turned in a serviceable performance given he was once again working without Keenan Allen (hamstring) and Mike Williams (ankle). Whether either is available for this game remains to be seen, but even getting one of the two back would be a benefit against a Chiefs defense that’s given up a co-NFL-high 16 touchdown passes in the red zone and 268 passing yards per road game.
With questions surrounding the Chargers receiving corps again, the Chiefs are 6.5-to-7-point road favorites to start the week.
San Francisco 49ers at Arizona Cardinals
The 49ers edged the Chargers in Week 10 on Sunday night by a 22-16 score, a game in which they got both Deebo Samuel and Elijah Mitchell back from injury. The Cardinals were forced to go into battle against the Rams without Kyler Murray (hamstring) and were able to topple Los Angeles, which played with John Wolford in place of Matthew Stafford (concussion).
The Niners gave Mitchell a heavy workload in his return, which led to him actually outpacing Christian McCaffrey in carries by an 18-14 margin. Kyle Shanahan will surely get even more adept at incorporating the two talents alongside each other with every passing week, and the hot hand may well get the bigger workload in any given game. Arizona has an athletic defense that can nevertheless give occasional chunk plays up through both the ground and air on occasion, and San Francisco will certainly have no shortage of weapons to throw at them.
The Cards will naturally hope to have Murray back for this game, but that may well not be known until just before kickoff, as was the case Sunday. Arizona won’t yet have the benefit of a Marquise Brown return from his foot injury for this game, and they’ll have to try to make inroads against a Niners defense that’s actually been at its best on the road while allowing a league-low 280.6 total yards per game.
Even with San Francisco’s struggles Sunday night and the likelihood Murray returns for this game, the Niners are still comfortable 7.5-to-8-point road favorites as the week starts.
How the spreads are changing
Below we will look at how NFL Week 11 odds change in the days leading up to each game.
|Date||NFL Week 11 Odds: November 13||NFL Week 11 Odds: November 14||NFL Week 11 Odds: November 16||NFL Week 11 Odds: November 20|
|Thursday, November 17||Titans +2.5 at Packers -2.5||Titans +3 at Packers -3||Titans +3 at Packers -3||Titans +3 at Packers -3|
|Sunday, November 20||Jets +4 at Patriots -4||Jets +3 at Patriots -3||Jets +3 at Patriots -3||Jets +3.5 at Patriots -3.5|
|Sunday, November 20||Lions +3.5 at Giants -3.5||Lions +3 at Giants -3||Lions +3 at Giants -3||Lions +3 at Giants -3|
|Sunday, November 20||Eagles -9 at Colts +9||Eagles -7.5 at Colts +7.5||Eagles -6.5 at Colts +6.5||Eagles -6.5 at Colts +6.5|
|Sunday, November 20||Browns +8.5 at Bills -8.5||Browns +9.5 at Bills -9.5||Browns +8.5 at Bills -8.5||Browns +7.5 at Bills -7.5|
|Sunday, November 20||Bears +3 at Falcons -3||Bears +3 at Falcons -3||Bears +3 at Falcons -3||Bears +3 at Falcons -3|
|Sunday, November 20||Rams +2.5 at Saints -2.5||Rams +3.5 at Saints -3.5||Rams +4.5 at Saints -4.5||Rams +2.5 at Saints -2.5|
|Sunday, November 20||Panthers +12.5 at Ravens -12.5||Panthers +13 at Ravens -13||Panthers +12.5 at Ravens -12.5||Panthers +12.5 at Ravens -12.5|
|Sunday, November 20||Commanders -2.5 at Texans +2.5||Commanders -2.5 at Texans +2.5||Commanders -3.5 at Texans +3.5||Commanders -3.5 at Texans +3.5|
|Sunday, November 20||Raiders +2.5 at Broncos -2.5||Raiders +2.5 at Broncos -2.5||Raiders +3 at Broncos -3||Raiders +3 at Broncos -3|
|Sunday, November 20||Bengals -4.5 at Steelers +4.5||Bengals -4.5 at Steelers +4.5||Bengals -4 at Steelers +4||Bengals -3.5 at Steelers +3.5|
|Sunday, November 20||Cowboys -2 at Vikings +2||Cowboys -1 at Vikings +1||Cowboys -1.5 at Vikings +1.5||Cowboys -1.5 at Vikings +1.5|
|Sunday, November 20||Chiefs -7 at Chargers +7||Chiefs -7 at Chargers +7||Chiefs -6.5 at Chargers +6.5||Chiefs -5.5 at Chargers +5.5|
|Monday, November 21||49ers -8 at Cardinals +8||49ers -8 at Cardinals +8||49ers -8 at Cardinals +8||49ers -8 at Cardinals +8|
Here are what the spreads looked like on Wednesday, November 9.
|Date||NFL Week 11 Odds: Spreads||NFL Week 11 Odds: Moneylines||NFL Week 11 Odds: Over Unders|
|Thursday, November 17||Titans +1 at Packers -1||Titans -105 at Packers -115||41|
|Sunday, November 20||Jets +5.5 at Patriots -5.5||Jets +195 at Patriots -230||39.5|
|Sunday, November 20||Bears +4.5 at Falcons -4.5||Bears +185 at Falcons -215||48.5|
|Sunday, November 20||Lions +4 at Giants -4||Lions +175 at Giants -205||45|
|Sunday, November 20||Rams PK at Saints PK||Rams -110 at Saints -110||42.5|
|Sunday, November 20||Panthers +12.5 at Ravens -12.5||Panthers +510 at Ravens -700||44|
|Sunday, November 20||Eagles -10 at Colts +10||Eagles -450 at Colts +360||43.5|
|Sunday, November 20||Browns +6.5 at Bills -6.5||Browns +235 at Bills -280||44|
|Sunday, November 20||Commanders -2.5 at Texans +2.5||Commanders -135 at Texans +115||40.5|
|Sunday, November 20||Raiders +2.5 at Broncos -2.5||Raiders +115 at Broncos -135||43.5|
|Sunday, November 20||Bengals -5.5 at Steelers +5.5||Bengals -240 at Steelers +200||42.5|
|Sunday, November 20||Cowboys PK at Vikings PK||Cowboys -110 at Vikings -110||47|
|Sunday, November 20||Chiefs -5.5 at Chargers +5.5||Chiefs -240 at Chargers +200||50|
|Monday, November 21||49ers -5.5 at Cardinals +5.5||49ers -240 at Cardinals +200||45|