Dallas and Kansas City both enjoyed get-right games in Week 10. The Cowboys pasted the Falcons 43-3. The Chiefs went into Las Vegas and dismantled the Raiders 41-14 on Sunday night.
Now, the Cowboys and Chiefs (-2.5, 53.5) are set to square off in the biggest game on the NFL Week 11 slate.
Dallas is 8-1 against the spread in its last nine games. Remarkably, K.C. has failed to cover the number in all five home games at Arrowhead Stadium this season.
SuperBook USA in Las Vegas opened this game pick ’em, but the market moved swiftly in the Chiefs’ direction after their win over the Raiders. The point spread ranges from K.C. -1.5 to -2.5 as of this writing.
Let’s head to the NFL oddsboards for the rest of the Week 11 card, with lines current as of Monday morning.
NFL Week 11 Odds
Thursday: Patriots (-6, 46.5) at Falcons
New England’s 45-7 win over the Browns on Sunday marked its fifth OVER (44.5) in the last six games. The Pats are also riding a four-game winning streak, both SU and ATS.
Lions at Browns (-10, 46)
Caesars is dealing Cleveland -9.5 after the Browns’ blowout loss at New England. If you’re not keen on laying such a big number with the Browns, take a look at the UNDER. Detroit has gone UNDER in six of its last seven games.
49ers (-5.5, 46.5) at Jags
The 49ers travel cross-country after playing Monday night. But they’re 3-0 in road games outside the Pacific time zone this season and 2-1 ATS in those games. Like the home dog here? DraftKings offered the Jags at +6 as of Monday morning.
Colts at Bills (-6.5, 49.5)
The Colts are 3-1 ATS on the road this year. For the first time in nearly a month, the Bills won’t be laying double digits as a favorite.
Dolphins (-3, 45) at Jets
Miami has owned the Jets in recent years, going 5-0 ATS in the last five games between the two teams. The Dolphins will also be well rested after their surprising 22-10 win against the Ravens on Thursday.
Washington Football Team at Panthers (-3, 43.5)
The atmosphere will be electric with Cam Newton playing his first home game since returning to the Panthers. Carolina looks to snap a three-game losing streak at Bank of America Stadium. The Panthers are 0-3 ATS in those games as well.
Ravens (-6, 45) at Bears
Baltimore has gone UNDER in its last three road tilts, including Thursday night’s 22-10 loss at Miami.
Saints at Eagles (-1.5, 43.5)
New Orleans has played to the OVER in five of its last six games, including Sunday’s 23-21 loss as 3-point underdogs at Tennessee.
Texans at Titans (-10.5, 45)
The Titans had covered five straight games ATS heading into Sunday’s game against New Orleans. They beat the Saints 23-21 but failed to cover as 3-point home favorites.
Packers (-2.5, 49.5) at Vikings
Amazing stat of the week: Green Bay is 9-0 ATS in its last nine games. The only game it failed to cover this season was in Week 1, a 38-3 loss to the Saints.
Bengals (-1, 49) at Raiders
Cardinals (-2, 50) at Seahawks
Arizona has been money on the road this year. The Cardinals are 5-0 ATS away from home.
Steelers at Chargers (-3.5, 47.5)
L.A. has failed to win or cover in its last two home games after yesterday’s 27-20 loss to Minnesota at SoFi Stadium.
Giants at Bucs (-11.5, 50.5)
The Bucs will be happy to play on home soil in this MNF matchup against the Giants. Tampa Bay extended its futility for bettors on the road by losing to the Washington Football Team, 29-19. The Bucs are 0-5 ATS on the road this year.