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The NFL’s Week 11 slate features several great matchups, with Bengals-Ravens on Thursday night and Eagles-Chiefs on Monday bookending a weekend full of interesting games.

Other highlights include Steelers-Browns on Sunday at 1 p.m. Eastern and Vikings-Broncos on Sunday Night Football.

We recommend the best NFL betting sites in Gaming Today’s overview of the odds for the best games of Week 11. Let’s break down the best NFL Week 11 odds and analyze a few of the best matchups here.

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Week 11 NFL Odds & Betting Picks, Analysis

Cincinnati Bengals (5-4) at Baltimore Ravens (7-3)

  • Time: Thursday, 8:15 p.m. ET
  • TV/Live Stream: Prime Video


The Bengals and Ravens entered Week 10 as two of the hottest teams in the league, but both lost as favorites last Sunday. Cincinnati got shredded by CJ Stroud and the Texans and the Bengals’ late comeback fell just short. Meanwhile, Baltimore controlled its AFC North battle with Cleveland for most of the game but got outscored 16-7 in the fourth quarter and lost 33-31.

The Ravens will be tough to beat at home, but it’s hard to see them covering more than 3 points against Bengals QB Joe Burrow after they struggled to get off the field against Deshaun Watson and the Browns. Cleveland picked up 24 first downs and went 8-for-16 on third down in Baltimore’s Week 10 loss.

Pick: Cincinnati (+3.5 at time of publishing)

Arizona Cardinals (2-8) at Houston Texans (5-4)

  • Time: Sunday, 1:00 p.m. ET
  • TV/Live Stream: CBS


The Cardinals and Texans both pulled off upsets in Week 10. Arizona won as a home underdog against Atlanta in QB Kyler Murray‘s first game of the season, while Stroud and the Texans stunned Cincinnati on the road. Barring an injury, Stroud has all but locked up the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year — he’s currently following back-to-back outstanding performances. In his last two games, the former Buckeye has thrown for 826 yards, six TDs, and just one interception.

Murray and the Cardinals look like a live underdog after beating the Falcons on a last-second field goal by Matt Prater. Arizona’s record is unimpressive, but with Murray and starting running back James Conner back on the field and tight end Trey McBride breaking out the last few weeks, the Cardinals are dangerous. That being said, the red-hot Texans feel like the safest play here.

Pick: Houston (-4 at time of publishing)

Pittsburgh Steelers (6-3) at Cleveland Browns (6-3)

  • Time: Sunday, 1:00 p.m. ET
  • TV/Live Stream: CBS


The Steelers stuck to their bizarre but successful formula once again last Sunday. Pittsburgh’s win over the Packers improved Mike Tomlin and Co.’s record to 6-3 despite the fact they’ve been outgained every single week. Yes, you read that correctly. No, this has never happened previously in NFL history. As for what it means for Pittsburgh going forward, it’s hard to say. The Steelers have a tough test ahead against a Cleveland team whose offense has been much improved in recent weeks.

The Browns’ excellent defense, combined with an offense that has averaged 29.75 points per game over the last four weeks (with some help from a pick-six against the Ravens), makes them a legit contender. Skepticism of the Steelers has been misguided for betting purposes this year, but I expect Cleveland to avenge a brutal Week 2 loss in Pittsburgh. RB Nick Chubb suffered a season-ending injury in that game and the Browns lost despite outgaining Pittsburgh 408 to 255.

Pick: Browns (-4 at time of publishing)

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Philadelphia Eagles (8-1) at Kansas City Chiefs (7-2)

  • Time: Monday, 8:15 p.m. ET
  • TV/Live Stream: ABC, ESPN


Regular season games don’t get bigger than Eagles-Chiefs. This game not only gives football fans a rematch of last year’s Super Bowl and a massive showcase for the Kelce brothers (and Taylor Swift), but it also pits the two best teams in the league on paper. Philadelphia will be well-rested following their Week 10 bye and win over the Cowboys in Week 9. The Chiefs were also idle last week after a big win over the Dolphins in Germany on Nov. 5.

It’s difficult to pick against either of these teams, but it’s not too hard to see yet another low-scoring game in primetime, making the Under the best play.

Pick: Under (46.5 at time of publishing)

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Tyler Everett

Tyler Everett has been a sports writer since joining the student newspaper at his alma mater, NC State, back in 2008. He's covered sports and sports business for a number of newspapers and websites, including the Denver Broncos, Charlotte Observer, High Press Soccer, and Sports Business Journal, where he currently works full-time.

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