We’re on to Week 11 of the NFL season, and sportsbooks have already released opening odds for every game on the schedule. Fresh off a wild victory over the Bills in Week 10, the Minnesota Vikings again take center stage in a home game against Dallas that could have major NFC playoff implications.
In this article, we take a look at the current NFL Week 11 odds for every game, including the spreads, moneylines, and totals at legal US sportsbooks.
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Tennessee Titans at Green Bay Packers
The Titans secured their sixth win of the year in Week 10 despite getting only 53 yards (19 carries) from Derrick Henry on the ground. But with Ryan Tannehill back under center, Tennessee scored twice through the air en route to a 17-10 victory. The Titans are now in firm control of the AFC South.
Green Bay opened as a favorite in this Thursday Night Football clash, but the market could move on this game throughout the week as money comes in. The Packers come off a hard-fought victory over Dallas in Week 10, avoiding what could have been their sixth straight defeat.
Chicago Bears at Atlanta Falcons
The Falcons get a few extra days to prepare for the Bears after a Thursday Night Football loss to the Panthers in Week 10. Atlanta now sits a full game behind Tampa Bay for the top spot in the NFC South, and the Bucs hold the head-to-head tiebreaker. The Falcons will look to stay in the race in Week 11 where they opened as home favorites.
Chicago lost a heartbreaker to the Lions to drop to 3-6 on the season, but Justin Fields dazzled his way to another monster offensive game. Fields now has more than 300 yards rushing and eight total touchdowns in his past two games, but the Bears defense has surrendered 66 points in those games – both losses.
Cleveland Browns at Buffalo Bills
After letting the Week 10 game against Minnesota slip through his grasp, Josh Allen gets a shot at redemption at home versus Cleveland. Allen and the Bills have lost two in a row but opened as touchdown favorites in Week 11. Allen is expected to play after finishing the game in Week 10, but his status is still worth monitoring this week.
The Browns’ difficult stretch on the schedule continues after getting demolished by Miami in Week 10, 39-17. Jacoby Brissett has a couple more starts left under center before Cleveland turns the reins over to Deshaun Watson.
Philadelphia Eagles at Indianapolis Colts
The Eagles are huge favorites on the road again, this time traveling to Indianapolis to face the Colts. Indy won in Jeff Saturday’s coaching debut in Week 10, but the Colts face a far tougher task this week. Saturday elected to start Matt Ryan over Sam Ehlinger at QB and will likely stick with Ryan for the near future.
New York Jets at New England Patriots
The Jets and Patriots both come off the bye, but New York does so as the new leader of the AFC East. The Buffalo Bills have lost two straight, including one to the Jets two weeks ago, to drop into second place in the division. Even still, New York is a sizable underdog to the Patriots on the road in Week 11. New England won the first meeting between these two teams, 22-17, behind five Nick Folk field goals.
Los Angeles Rams at New Orleans Saints
The Saints might have a decision to make at quarterback after a disastrous performance from Andy Dalton in a Week 10 loss to the Steelers. With Jameis Winston healthy and waiting in the wings, the Saints could have a new signal caller in Week 11. If a change does occur, don’t expect oddsmakers to make a huge adjustment to the line against the Rams.
Los Angeles has its own quarterback issues. Matt Stafford didn’t play in Week 10 due to a concussion but could return this week. In Stafford’s absence, John Wolford threw for 212 yards with one interception and a meaningless late-game touchdown against Arizona.
Detroit Lions at New York Giants
The New York Giants are 7-2 and favored again in Week 11. With a victory over the Lions, the Giants will eclipse their win total (7.5) set by oddsmakers before the season.
Detroit played spoiler against the Bears in Week 10, winning outright as field-goal underdogs, to claim their third victory of the season. The Lions have won two in a row.
Carolina Panthers at Baltimore Ravens
The Panthers stayed in the divisional race with a victory over the Falcons in Week 10. Next up is a trip to Baltimore to face the Ravens, who are coming off a bye. P.J. Walker will remain the starting QB for the Panthers, leaving Baker Mayfield on the bench.
The Ravens have been without multiple key weapons for several weeks. At the very least, they hope to get tight end Mark Andrews back in the lineup against Carolina.
Washington Commanders at Houston Texans
Houston has lost four in a row following a 24-16 defeat to the Giants. The Texans were gashed on the ground again, with Saquon Barkley running for 135 yards on 35 carries. They face another NFC East foe in Week 11.
The Commanders still have yet to play their Week 10 game on Monday Night Football against the Eagles. A victory against undefeated Philadelphia would force oddsmakers to move the line in Week 11.
Las Vegas Raiders at Denver Broncos
Denver’s nightmare season continued with a 17-10 loss to Tennessee in Week 10. Russell Wilson threw for 286 yards but only completed 50 percent of his passes and was sacked six times. Jerry Jeudy also left the game in the first quarter and is likely to miss some time.
The Raiders are coming off a loss of their own, as sizable favorites over the Colts. On a three-game losing streak, Las Vegas is now among the league’s bottom dwellers at 2-7.
Dallas Cowboys at Minnesota Vikings
The 8-1 Vikings look to keep it rolling at home in what sets up as the game of the week against the Cowboys. Minnesota’s late-game heroics against Buffalo helped move this off the opener, which had Dallas as a -2 favorite.
The Cowboys threw all over the Packers in Week 10 but fell 31-28 in overtime. Dak Prescott’s two picks were concerning, but he and CeeDee Lamb torched Green Bay for 150 yards on 11 catches and a pair of touchdowns. It was Lamb’s best performance of the season. He poses a huge threat to Minnesota’s leaky pass defense.
Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers
TJ Watt returned to the Steelers in Week 10 and his presence was felt in a 20-10 win over the Saints. Pittsburgh stays home this week to host the Cincinnati Bengals, who come off the bye as road favorites. The first time these two teams met, way back in Week 1, Pittsburgh forced five Joe Burrow turnovers and eked out a 23-20 victory.
Kansas City Chiefs at Los Angeles Chargers
A huge divisional showdown in Los Angeles caps off the Sunday slate in Week 11. Patrick Mahomes takes on Justin Herbert for the second time this year. Mahomes is still in the MVP discussion following a four-touchdown performance in a Week 10 win over Jacksonville. He could be without receivers and Mecole Hardman against the Chargers, but recent addition Kadarius Toney is already making an impact for the league’s highest-scoring offense.
San Francisco 49ers at Arizona Cardinals
Oddsmakers made San Francisco a huge favorite at open for Monday Night Football, but the market will hinge on whether Kyler Murray is trending toward playing for Arizona. Practice reports will be watched closely on Friday and Saturday. Colt McCoy filled in for Murray in Week 10 and led the Cardinals to a stress-free win over the Rams, who were starting their own backup under center.
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