Putting together the NFL picks for every game on the schedule for the entire week is never easy, but entering week 11 (MNF game pending) we are on a winning streak. Since we starting posting picks on every game we have posted a winning record and we are going to keep the streak going as we present the NFL Week 11 Picks Against the Spread For Every Game.
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Now on to the picks:
We were thrilled to cash in with Bills at +11 a week ago, but this game is a bit different. The Dolphins played poorly against the Titans, and will respond defensively in this contest. Road teams have been the bet on prime-time games this year but we will fade the public consensus and take the road team in this game.
Line is not out yet, but Foles is starting for the Eagles. That is good news for the Eagles, but it won’t change things right away.
The Lions are a very good fourth quarter team and after losing to the Vikings they have to win outright to even have a shot of making the playoffs. The Packers are a very good team but not good enough to be divisional road favorites.
The Saints showed the world the blueprint to stopping the Falcons. The Falcons are at home and the public will be expecting a rebound, but I will take the Cardinals off a bye in this spot.
The Cardinals are well rested and can put up points against the Falcons defense. (This should keep my streak of Falcons hate email alive—send them to firstname.lastname@example.org)
This is a very simple play—fade the Bucs. When this line opened, (Bucs -1) the public hammered the road team and over 90 percent is on the Bucs. The Bucs are having a great year but the Chargers showed that they defense is still beatable.
Cam Newton has one last chance to prove the Panthers can win. As a home divisional dog they get the job done.
The dog trend stays true to form with this game. The Cowboys are much better, but the Browns always play a full game. They can run the rock and they can keep games close. The Cowboys are off the biggest game for the year and will be hard pressed to get excited for a game against the Browns.
The Rams should have won the game against the 49ers but squandered too many chances. The Jets have given up on the season and were dominated in Seattle.
Jeff Fisher will make sure his team gets retribution after getting a tie in week 10.
The Colts vs Patriots game will be fun to watch as everyone will compare Andrew Luck to Tom Brady. The Colts are improving but they are not even in the same ballpark as the Patriots.
Brady will rebound from his bad game against the Bills and expose the Colts awful defense.
The Houston Texans are one of the best teams in the league and the front runner to win the Super Bowl. This week they play the Jaguars, one of the worst teams in the NFL. The Jaguars could keep this game close considering the Texans will put it in cruise control by halftime. I want to take the points but don’t trust the Jags.
Nothing motivates a team like embarrassment. The Raiders were throttled. Now they get a Saints team off the biggest win of the season traveling to a new time zone to take on the silver and black. Take the points.
The Broncos are playing well enough to go to the Super Bowl. They host the Chargers team who has a quarterback in Philip Rivers who just knows how to throw away games, but he competes. The Chargers are in it till the end and always have a shot.
The Broncos are over inflated with this number as 81 percent of the public is on the Broncos. Give me the points and the Bolts, although I may regret it.
The Sunday Night football game and the Monday night football game have yet to release their lines. Keep checking back at Bookie Blitz for breakdown of those games as well as other games on the busy NFL schedule for week 11.
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NFL Week 11 Predictions and Picks Against the Spread