NFL Week 11 Odds: Current Point Spreads, Player Props, Moneylines & Totals

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NFL Week 11 Odds: Opening Point Spreads, Moneylines & Totals

We’re on to Week 11 of the football season, and top NFL sportsbooks have odds on every upcoming game. Sunday’s matchups include an AFC North showdown between a pair of 6-3 teams. The Cleveland Browns (-1) will be without QB Deshaun Watson for the rest of the season due to a shoulder injury. Rookie QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson gets the start as the Browns host the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Sunday also features several big favorites in action, including the Miami Dolphins (-13.5) at home versus the Las Vegas Raiders, the San Francisco 49ers (-11.5) as they host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the Dallas Cowboys (-10.5) traveling to take on the one-win Carolina Panthers. Sunday Night Football features the red-hot Minnesota Vikings (+2.5), led by new quarterback Joshua Dobbs, looking for a sixth straight win on the road against the Denver Broncos, a team that has won three straight of its own.

The week wraps up with one of the most heavily anticipated games of the season on Monday Night Football. Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs (-3) host Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles under the bright primetime lights. It’s not only a Super Bowl rematch, but also a potential preview of the next one as the two clubs are top favorites to represent their respective conferences once again.

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NFL Week 11 matchups and best odds

Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS 

Spread: Steelers (), Browns ()

Moneyline: Steelers (), Browns ()

The Pittsburgh Steelers moved to 6-3 on the season with a 23-19 win over the Packers at home on Sunday. Kenny Pickett threw for 126 yards, but it was the running game that produced both Pittsburgh TDs, with Najee Harris and Jaylen Warren each punching in one. LB Kwon Alexander left with a leg injury and did not return. He’s out for the rest of the season with a torn Achilles, dealing another blow to Pittsburgh’s linebacker corps.

The Cleveland Browns will be without QB Deshaun Watson for the rest of the season due to a shoulder injury he suffered in Sunday’s win over the Ravens. The team — which is 6-3 following the come-from-behind victory — has named rookie QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson as its new starter, with PJ Walker in the backup role. Thompson-Robinson threw for 121 yards and three interceptions in his lone start to date.

Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox 

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The Chicago Bears picked up a home win on Thursday night this past week, beating the Panthers 16-13 to improve to 3-7 on the season. Tyson Bagent got the start at quarterback again, throwing for 162 yards. The team has been without Justin Fields for the last four games due to a thumb injury, going 2-2 over that span. Fileds is expected to be back under center this week.

The Detroit Lions squeezed out a win against the Chargers last week to improve to 7-2, winning the Sunday afternoon shootout 41-38. Jahmyr Gibbs rushed for 77 yards and cashed in two touchdowns. Jared Goff continued to showcase his offensive explosiveness, as he threw for 333 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions. His top target, Amon-Ra St. Brown, had another great game with 156 yards on eight receptions.

Los Angeles Chargers at Green Bay Packers 

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox

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Moneyline: Chargers (), Packers ()

The Los Angeles Chargers lost to the Detroit Lions last week by a field goal, bringing them to 4-5 on the season. Justin Herbert threw for 323 yards, four TDs, and only one INT. The Chargers suffered some injuries during the 41-38 loss, as TE Gerald Everett would exit the game with a back injury, and Keenan Allen became limited mid-game due to a shoulder injury. Both players are considered questionable for this week.

The Green Bay Packers fell to 3-6 with a 23-19 road loss to the Steelers on Sunday. Green Bay has now lost five of its last six. Jordan Love threw for 289 yards with two TDs and two INTs, including a pick on the final play of the game. RB Aaron Jones got the bulk of the work out of the backfield but was limited to 35 yards on 13 carries. Starting LB Quay Walker was inactive with a groin injury. He’s questionable for this week.

Las Vegas Raiders at Miami Dolphins

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS 

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The Las Vegas Raiders got their second straight win under interim head coach Antonio Pierce, improving to 5-5 on the season with a 16-12 victory over the Jets on Sunday night. Rookie QB Aidan O’Connell threw for 153 yards with one TD and one INT as he continues to settle into the starting role. RB Josh Jacobs ran for 116 yards on 27 carries. CB Amik Robertson left Sunday night’s game with a concussion and is questionable this week. Starting left tackle Kolton Miller was inactive with a shoulder injury and is also questionable this week.

The Miami Dolphins are coming off a bye week. The team leads the AFC East with a 6-3 record but has lost two of its last three, including a 21-14 loss to the Chiefs in Germany. WR Jaylen Waddle is dealing with a knee injury, but doesn’t expect to miss time as of now. OG Robert Hunt and WR Chase Claypool have been ruled out for this week.

New York Giants at Washington Commanders 

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox

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Moneyline: Giants (), Commanders ()

The New York Giants lost yet another game by double digits, as they dropped to 2-8 after the loss to the Dallas Cowboys in Week 10. Tommy DeVito had an underwhelming game, with 86 passing yards, one TD, and one INT. The Giants remain in last place in the NFC East and have questions to answer moving into Week 11.

The Washington Commanders suffered a tough 29-26 loss against the Seattle Seahawks to fall to 4-6. Sam Howell led the Commanders down the field to a game-tying drive, but it wasn’t enough. Brian Robinson Jr. led the team with 119 yards and a touchdown. DE James Smith-Williams is questionable for this week’s game.

Dallas Cowboys at Carolina Panthers

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox

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The Dallas Cowboys decimated the New York Giants in week 10, as Dak Prescott threw for 404 yards, four touchdowns, and one INT. The Cowboys move to 6-3 on the season after the 49-17 win and remain in second in the NFC East. Brandin Cooks had an outstanding game, with 173 receiving yards and a TD.

The Carolina Panthers fell to 1-8 on the season with a Thursday night road loss to the Bears, 16-13. Rookie QB Bryce Young threw for 185 yards in the game, but the Panthers had just 213 total yards. LB Brian Burns was inactive last week due to a concussion. Carolina has ruled out LB Marquis Haynes, TE Hayden Hurst, and CB C.J. Henderson.

Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS

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The Tennessee Titans slipped to 3-6 with a road loss on Sunday against the Buccaneers, 20-6. Rookie QB Will Levis got the start again, throwing for 199 yards with one INT as Tennessee was kept out of the end zone all day. Levis was sacked four times in the loss, and the Titans’ running game was held to just 42 yards on the ground. Ryan Tannehill is still recovering from an ankle injury.

The Jacksonville Jaguars got routed by the 49ers at home on Sunday, losing 34-3 to fall to 6-3 on the season. Trevor Lawrence threw for 185 yards and was picked off twice. The Jaguars coughed up the ball four times on the day and allowed five sacks in a loss that snapped their five-game winning streak. CB Tyson Campbell left with a hamstring injury and is questionable for this game.

Arizona Cardinals at Houston Texans

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS

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Moneyline: Cardinals (), Texans ()

The Arizona Cardinals picked up a close win against the Falcons in week 10, pushing their record to 2-8 on the season. Kyler Murray was back for the first time this season and threw for 249 yards. Most of the Cardinals’ scoring came on the ground, as Kyler and Clayton Tune would run in both of the team’s TDs. Matt Prater hit the game-winning field goal to give them the 25-23 win.

The Houston Texans pulled off an upset on the road for their second straight win on Sunday, beating the Bengals 30-27 on a last-second field goal to improve to 5-4. It’s the first time the Texans have won five games in a season since 2019, which was also the last time they made the playoffs. Rookie QB CJ Stroud threw for 356 yards with one TD passing and another rushing, plus one INT in the victory. With RB Dameon Pierce inactive due to an ankle injury, Devin Singletary logged 30 carries for 150 rushing yards with one touchdown. Pierce is questionable for this week.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at San Francisco 49ers

Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ET, Fox

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Moneyline: Buccaneers (), 49ers ()

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers improved to 4-5 on the season with a 20-6 home win over the Titans on Sunday. Baker Mayfield threw for 278 yards with two TDs and one INT, while WR Mike Evans hauled in six passes for 143 yards and a touchdown. Starting guard Matt Feiler was inactive with a knee injury, while starting cornerback Carlton Davis was out with a toe issue. For this week, Tampa Bay has ruled out FS Ryan Neal.

The San Francisco 49ers returned from a bye week with a dominant 34-3 road win over the Jaguars on Sunday. Brock Purdy had a big day with 296 yards passing and three TDs through the air. The 49ers didn’t turn the ball over on offense, while the defense managed four takeaways. Christian McCaffrey’s touchdown streak was finally snapped in the win, but the team heads home looking relatively healthy after getting its first win since Oct. 8.

New York Jets at Buffalo Bills

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, CBS 

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The New York Jets fell to 4-5 with a Sunday night loss at the Raiders, 16-12. Zach Wilson completed 23 of 39 passes for 263 yards but was also picked off once as the Jets were once again kept out of the end zone. New York has now gone 36 consecutive offensive drives without a touchdown. G Billy Turner is listed as questionable this week with a finger issue. The Jets waived RB Michael Carter on Tuesday, potentially creating an opening for rookie RB Israel Abanikanda.

The Buffalo Bills fired offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey this week after a frustrating 24-22 loss to the Broncos on Monday night in an error-filled game. The Bills dropped to 5-5 on the season after giving Denver a second chance at the game-winning field goal due to a penalty for too many men on the field. Josh Allen threw for 177 yards and one touchdown but was picked off twice to go along with two fumbles lost by Buffalo. WR Trent Sherfield left Monday night’s game with an ankle injury and is questionable this week.

Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Rams

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, Fox 

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The Seattle Seahawks picked up their sixth win of the season with a decisive field goal from Jason Myers. Geno Smith racked up 369 yards, with two touchdowns and one game-ending drive. DK Metcalf led the Seahawks in receiving, but Tyler Lockett and Kenneth Walker were the two who got into the end zone. Lockett is questionable for this one with a hamstring injury.

The Los Angeles Rams had a bye this past week. The team is 3-6 coming off a lopsided loss to the Packers, the team’s third straight defeat and fourth in its last five outings. QB Matthew Stafford continues to deal with a thumb injury but is expected to play through it for now. Brett Rypien got the start last time out, throwing for 130 yards and a pick. The team has waived Rypien and signed veteran Carson Wentz to fill the backup role.

Minnesota Vikings at Denver Broncos

Sunday Night Football, 8:20 p.m. ET, NBC

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Moneyline: Vikings (), Broncos ()

The Minnesota Vikings improved to 6-4 on Sunday with a 27-19 win at home over the Saints. Joshua Dobbs continues to perform well for Minnesota since joining the team in a midseason trade, throwing for 268 yards and one touchdown here while also running for another TD. The Vikings have now won five straight. RB Alexander Mattison suffered a concussion in the win and is questionable. LB Jordan Hicks left the game with a leg injury and has been placed on injured reserve.

The Denver Broncos picked up a third straight win, beating the Bills in a 24-22 upset on Monday night to improve to 4-5 on the season. Russell Wilson threw for 193 yards with two TDs in the victory. The defense also managed four takeaways, and leading receiver Courtland Sutton scored in his fourth straight game. The Broncos were already slight favorites at home against the Vikings, but that line improved slightly after Monday night’s win.

Philadelphia Eagles at Kansas City Chiefs

Monday Night Football, 8:15 p.m. ET, ABC, ESPN

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Moneyline: Eagles (), Chiefs ()

The Philadelphia Eagles are coming off a bye week. The team is 8-1, with two straight wins after its lone loss of the season in an upset against the Jets. Jalen Hurts is questionable with a knee issue that’s been plaguing him for several weeks, but he’s currently expected to play. TE Dallas Goedert is doubtful for this game.

The Kansas City Chiefs are 7-2 and also coming off a bye this past week. Kansas City rebounded from an upset road loss to the Broncos by beating the Dolphins in Germany last time out, with Patrick Mahomes throwing for two touchdowns. The team is mostly healthy headed into this game, though backup running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire is questionable with a knee injury.