NFL Week 11 odds are available for a 14-game slate that is highlighted by Chiefs-Chargers on Sunday Night Football.
Road underdog Tennessee (+3) defeated Green Bay, 27-17, on TNF to kick off Week 11. The 49ers and Cardinals square off on MNF in Mexico City to close out the week.
Four teams are on a bye in Week 11: Jaguars, Dolphins, Seahawks, and Buccaneers.
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Point Spreads, Totals, Moneylines on NFL Week 11 Oddsboard
Here’s a look at Week 11 betting lines across the sports betting industry.
NFL Week 11 Betting Lines
Here’s a game-by-game look at NFL Week 11 betting odds, current as of Nov. 18 at DraftKings.
Chiefs (-5, 52) at Chargers — SNF
Some support for the Chargers here after the Chiefs opened at -6.5. LA covered as a 4-point road dog in a 27-24 loss to KC at Arrowhead earlier this season. The Chiefs have won their last five road games against the Chargers.
Cowboys at Vikings (-1.5, 48.5)
Two of the NFC’s best teams square off here. The Dallas offense travels as the Cowboys have gone Over in four of their last five road games including last week’s 31-28 loss at Green Bay.
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Jets at Patriots (-3.5, 38)
The Jets will try to make amends for their 22-17 home loss to the Patriots in Week 8. New York is 5-1 ATS in its last six games, but the Patriots have won five straight tilts against the Jets.
Raiders at Broncos (-3, 41)
A couple weeks back, South Point sportsbook director Chris Andrews laughed when asked about NFL liabilities at his shop. “Other than the Raiders, nothing I’m really sweating all that much, and I don’t think I have long to sweat the Raiders either.” His words proved to be prophetic. Las Vegas has cooperated by losing and failing to cover its last three games including last week’s 25-20 loss to the Colts.
Eagles (-7, 45.5) at Colts
Major line movement here after the Eagles opened as a double-digit favorite (-10). Sentiments have apparently shifted after Washington’s convincing MNF win at Philadelphia. Eagles TE Dallas Goedert (shoulder) was also placed on IR and will miss this game. Jeff Saturday will make his home debut as Indy’s new head coach here.
Browns at Bills (-7.5, 49.5)
NFL storyline of the week: Snowmageddon in Buffalo. There was huge movement toward the Under early in the week with as much as three feet of snow in the forecast. The Browns-Bills tilt has been moved to Detroit and the total has crept back up near 50.
Panthers at Ravens (-13, 41.5)
This is the largest spread of the week, and the total ticked down from an opener of 44. The Ravens are coming off a bye. QB Baker Mayfield will get the start for Carolina with PJ Walker sidelined by a high ankle sprain.
Rams at Saints (-3, 39)
The Rams are in rough shape after WR Cooper Kupp (ankle) was put on IR after last week’s 27-17 loss to the Cardinals. Kupp was the only consistent offensive threat for the defending Super Bowl champions.
Commanders (-3, 41) at Texans
Washington had a short week to prep after its MNF win at Philadelphia. Beware a let-down spot here as the Commanders take on the one-win Texans.
Lions at Giants (-3, 45)
New York and Tennessee entered Week 11 tied with the league’s best ATS record at 7-3. The Titans improved to 8-3 with a 27-17 win at Green Bay last night. Can the Giants hold serve?
Bengals (-4, 40) at Steelers
Slight move to the home dog here after Cincy opened at -5.5. Pittsburgh opened the season with a 23-20 win as a 7-point dog at Cincinnati. The Steelers will look to win and cover as a home dog for the second straight week after last week’s 20-10 win over the Saints.
49ers (-8, 43.5) at Cardinals — MNF in Mexico City
Arizona is really banged up and might be without starting QB Kyler Murray (hamstring) again. The bad news is backup Colt McCoy injured his knee in relief duty in last week’s win against the Rams. Trace McSorley is next in line, and that’s a scary proposition against San Francisco’s top-ranked defense.