NFL Round-Up: Week 11

NFL Round-Up: Week 11

NFL Round-Up: Week 11

Green Bay Packers @ Seattle Seahawks

Week 11 of the NFL kicks off with the Seahawks taking on the Green Bay Packers on Thursday Night Football. The Seahawks come into this one on the back of a disappointing defeat against divisional rivals LA Rams in which they came mightily close, losing 36-31. Seattle are still second in the NFC West with a record of 4-5, but they need to put together a run of wins to make the wildcard. The Packers head to CenturyLink Field on the back of a win, beating the Dolphins 31-12 following two straight defeats. Green Bay are also in need of wins, positioned third in the NFC North, one win behind the Vikings and two behind the Bears. The Seahawks are favourites here at 4/6 with Bet365, while the Packers are at 13/10.

Recommended Bet: Seahawks to win by 1-13 points at 6/4 with Betfair – BET HERE

Tennessee Titans @ Indianapolis Colts

Moving on to Sunday’s action, the Titans head to the Colts in an AFC South divisional clash. The Colts come into this one off the back of an impressive 29-26 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars, improving at 4-5 in the process. The Colts now have a chance of making the postseason, but this could be a real swing game in the division. One win ahead of the Colts, the Titans will be well aware of that as they chase down the Texans, who are just one win ahead. The Titans are at 5-4 after a stunning 34-10 win over the Patriots. The home side are favourites here at 4/5 with Marathon. The Titans are at 23/20 with Betfair.

Recommended Bet: Titans to win at 23/20 with Betfair – BET HERE

Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ New York Giants

The New York Giants welcome the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to MetLife as they look to build on only their second win of the season, improving to 2-7 with an impressive 27-23 win over the 49ers on the road. The Giants’ season is over, but they will be keen to keep the good feeling going this weekend at home where they have been disastrous this season. The Buccs head to New York knowing that only a win will do if they want to save their season. At 3-6, they know there is no room for error, but the likelihood is that they won’t make the postseason. Last time out, the Buccs lost 16-3 to the Redskins. They will again go without Jameis Winston this weekend. Perhaps surprisingly, the Giants are favourites here at 17/20 with Betfair, while the Buccaneers are priced at 11/10 with Sky Bet. 

Recommended Bet: Under 52 points at 19/20 with Ladbrokes – BET HERE

Pittsburgh Steelers @ Jacksonville Jaguars

The impressive Pittsburgh Steelers take on the Jaguars this Sunday as they look to strengthen their play-off bid. The Steelers look strong contenders to make the postseason, particularly after their 52-21 win over the Panthers to make it three on the bounce. Ben Roethlisberger and co are 6-2-1 and top of the AFC North by one win. The Jaguars, meanwhile, are bottom of the AFC South and with their season almost ended. Jacksonville are 3-6 and already three behind the leaders, the Texans. Last time out, the Jaguars lost 29-26 to the Colts, making it five straight losses. 

Recommended Bet: Steelers -8.5 handicap at 11/8 with Bet365 – BET HERE

Carolina Panthers @ Detroit Lions

The Carolina Panthers head to Detroit as they look to bounce back from that 52-21 humbling at the hands of the Steelers. The Panthers look strong contenders for the play-offs at 6-3, and while they won’t catch the Saints, they are on pace to make the wildcard. The Lions, meanwhile, bottom of the NFC North with a record of 3-6. In a tough division, the Lions’ chances of making the postseason were ended by a 34-22 defeat to divisional rivals the Chicago Bears. The Panthers are strong favourites to win at 8/15 with Sky Bet and Betfair. The Lions are 13/8 with Ladbrokes.

Recommended Bet: Panthers to win at 12+ points at 13/5 with Bet365 – BET HERE

Dallas Cowboys @ Atlanta Falcons

‘America’s team’ head to Atlanta as they look to stay afloat in a competitive NFC East division. The Cowboys picked up a vital win over the Eagles to keep their play-off hopes alive and potentially to spare head coach Jason Garrett. The Cowboys are now 4-4, just above the Eagles who have the same record, and two wins behind the Redskins. The Falcons come into this one off the back of a terrible performance against the Browns, losing 28-16. That defeat leaves them 4-5 in the NFC South, one win behind the Panthers and still alive. The Falcons are favourites at 5/8 with Betfair. The Cowboys are at 31/20 with Bet365. 

Recommended Bet: Cowboys to win at 31/20 with Bet365 – BET HERE

Cincinnati Bengals @ Baltimore Ravens

One of the most intriguing battles of the weekend sees the Bengals take on the Ravens in an AFC North divisional clash. The Bengals are currently second in the division with a record of 5-4 after being thrashed by the brilliant Saints 51-14 last time out. The Ravens are just one win behind in third with a record of 4-5 after losing 23-16 to the Steelers before their bye week. The home team are favourites at 8/15 with Betfair, while the Bengals are 13/8.

Recommended Bet: Ravens to win @ 8/15 with Betfair – BET HERE

Houston Texans @ Washington Redskins

Two conference-toppers go head-to-head as the Redskins welcome the Houston Texans. The Redskins are top of the NFC East with a 6-3 record after beating the Buccs 16-3 last time out. That win wasn’t anything to write home about, but they have been impressive this season and with a two-win buffer, they look likely to make the play-offs. The Texans have a one-win gap over the Titans in the AFC South with the same record as the Redskins, 6-3. The Texans come in off a bye week, beating the Broncos before their week off. The Texans are favourites here at 7/10 with Betfair, while the Redskins are at 25/19 with Unibet.

Recommended Bet: Over 43.5 points at 21/20 with Bet365 – BET HERE

Oakland Raiders @ Arizona Cardinals

Two teams with little to play for do battle in Arizona as the Raiders pay a visit to the Cardinals. The Raiders are bottom of the AFC West with a record of 1-8, losing 20-6 against divisional rivals the Chargers last time out. The Cardinals are in third, but they too have no hope of making the postseason with a record of 2-7. The Cards lost 26-11 to the impressive Kansas City Chiefs last weekend. The Cardinals are favourites at 10/21 with Sky Bet. The Raiders are at 7/4.

Recommended Bet: Cardinals to win by 1-13 points at 7/5 with Betfair – BET HERE

Denver Broncos @ Los Angeles Chargers

An AFC West conference matchup sees the Chargers welcome the Broncos this Sunday. The Chargers are looking good for a play-off spot, led by star QB Philip Rivers. The Chargers are now 7-2, but they may have to settle for a wildcard spot with the Chiefs going strong in top. Last time out, LA beat the raiders 20-6 to make it six straight wins. The Broncos are only one spot behind but four wins with a record of 3-6. Denver’s season won’t be extended barring a Chargers collapse. That’s partly due to suffering five losses in six games, including a 19-17 defeat to the Texans before their bye week. The Chargers are strong favourites at 3/10 with Betfair, while the Broncos are 29/10 with Paddy Power. 

Recommended Bet: Chargers -8 handicap at 21/20 with Bet365 – BET HERE

Philadelphia Eagles @ New Orleans Saints

The Philadelphia Eagles make the tough trip to the Saints this weekend as they look to end their poor run of form. The current champions are now 4-5 following a costly 27-20 defeat to divisional rivals the Cowboys and time is running out. To make matters worse, they now head to the Superdome, where the Saints have been unbelievable this season. The Saints are top of the NFC South with an 8-1 record and they look strong contenders to take the Eagles’ crown this season. Last weekend, the Saints thrashed the Bengals 51-14. The Saints are a slim 7/25 with Marathon here, while the Eagles are 7/2 with Paddy Power. 

Recommended Bet: Saints -6 handicap at 4/7 with Bet365– BET HERE

Minnesota Vikings @ Chicago Bears

There are two games on Monday night this week and this is one of them. The Bears welcome the Vikings in one of the matchups of the weekend. This is a NFC North divisional game with just one win currently separating the two teams at the top. The Bears lead with a record of 6-3 after beating the Lions last weekend. The Vikings head to Chicago looking to move ahead of the leaders. They have a record of 5-3-1 and they also beat the Lions in their last game before having a bye week last weekend. The Bears are favourites at 37/50 with Marathon, while the Vikings are 5/4 with Ladbrokes. This really could go either way.

Recommended Bet: Over 45 points at 10/11 with Ladbrokes – BET HERE

Kansas City Chiefs @ Los Angeles Rams

Monday Night Football is the game of the week as the Kansas City Chiefs head to LA to take on the Rams. This game was supposed to be played in Mexico City, before being moved to LA less than a week before the game due to pitch concerns. The Rams are top of the NFC West with a record of 9-1. They bounced back from their first defeat of the season with a 36-31 win over divisional rivals the Seahawks last time out. The Chiefs are top of the AFC West, also with a 9-1 record. They beat the Cardinals 26-14 last weekend. Both of these teams are strong Super Bowl contenders and this should be an entertaining shootout between two great offenses. The Rams are favourites at 5/8 with Betfair, while the Chiefs are at 8/5 with Bet365.

Recommended Bet: Chiefs to score over 30 points @ 9/10 with BetVictor – BET HERE