2023 NFL Week 11 Odds: Spreads, Moneylines, And Totals For Every Game

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We’re on to Week 11 of the NFL season, and sportsbooks have already released opening odds for every game on the schedule. To kick off the action on Thursday Night Football, we have the Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens, and the week concludes with the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night.

On this page, we take a look at the current NFL Week 11 odds for every game — spreads, moneylines, and totals — at legal US sportsbooks.

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Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens

Thursday, 8:15 p.m. ET, Prime Video

The Cincinnati Bengals won four straight before falling to Houston by a score of 30-27 on Sunday ahead of this key divisional matchup at Baltimore. Tee Higgins (hamstring) was inactive in Week 10 and Ja’Marr Chase is playing through a back injury. 

The Baltimore Ravens opened a 24-9 lead at home against the Browns on Sundaybut eventually ceded the result with Lamar Jackson tossing a costly pick six in the fourth quarter. The Ravens’ defense is allowing the fewest points per game (15.7) this season. 

Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS 

The Pittsburgh Steelers have averaged 185.5 rushing yards per game and 5.6 yards per carry over their last two wins, after averaging 77 rushing yards per game and 3.4 yards per carry over their first seven games this season. Jaylen Warren and Najee Harris have both been productive out of their backfield. 

The Cleveland Browns have won four of their last five games, but Deshaun Watson (shoulder) will undergo season-ending surgery, leaving rookie Dorian Thompson-Robinson or journeyman P.J. Walker at quarterback.

Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox 

The Chicago Bears were able to beat the Panthers last Thursday night while holding out Justin Fields (thumb) and Khalil Herbert (ankle) for at least one more game. Both players could return for this divisional matchup. 

The Detroit Lions emerged from their bye week to win a 41-38 shootout at the Chargers with 533 total yards of offense. Detroit last topped 500 yards of offense in a 41-10 home win over the Bears in Week 17 last season. 

Los Angeles Chargers at Green Bay Packers 

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox

The Los Angeles Chargers have a diminished receiving corps with Mike Williams (ACL) out for the year, Josh Palmer (knee) missing the past two games, and Keenan Allen (shoulder) now hurting. Their defense is allowing the most passing yards per game (291.2) this season.

The Green Bay Packers have dropped four of their last five games with their sole win in that stretch coming over an injury-depleted Rams squad. Jordan Love made some great downfield throws to keep the Packers competitive at Pittsburgh last week, but he also had two more interceptions to raise his total to 10 on the season. 

Las Vegas Raiders at Miami Dolphins

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS 

The Las Vegas Raiders rolled past the Giants in Week 9 after ownership fired head coach Josh McDaniels. Their 16-12 win over the Jets on Sunday night was far closer, with interim head coach Antonio Pierce leaning on Josh Jacobs and a conservative ground attack to hold on for a second straight win. 

The Miami Dolphins fell to the Chiefs in Germany before their Week 10 bye. Miami is averaging a league-best 43.5 points and 516 total yards per game at home this season. Tyreek Hill is the current favorite for Offensive Player of the Year. 

New York Giants at Washington Commanders 

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox

The New York Giants have placed Daniel Jones (ACL) and Tyrod Taylor (ribs) on injured reserve, leaving undrafted rookie Tommy DeVito to start last week against the Cowboys. Their offense went 0-for-12 on third downs and they were out-gained 640-172 in DeVito’s first start. 

The Washington Commanders have maintained solid defensive line play despite trading Montez Sweat and Chase Young ahead of the Oct. 31 deadline. Sam Howell has hit his stride with a 103.5 passer rating while averaging 344.7 yards per game through the air over his last three starts. 

Dallas Cowboys at Carolina Panthers

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox

After dropping a heartbreaker at Philadelphia, the Dallas Cowboys dominated the injury-depleted Giants for a franchise-best 12th straight win at home. Dak Prescott has been on a tear over his last four starts, and CeeDee Lamb became the first player in NFL history to reach 10 receptions and 150 receiving yards in three straight games.   

The Carolina Panthers opened a 7-0 lead on a punt return touchdown at Chicago last Thursday but couldn’t maintain the advantage in a 16-13 loss. The Panthers are only projected for 3.5 wins this season and are not in control of their first round draft pick following their offseason trade for the No. 1 overall pick. 

Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS

The Tennessee Titans have named rookie Will Levis as their starting quarterback for the rest of the season with Ryan Tannehill (ankle) serving in a backup role. Levis (19-for-39, 199 yards, INT) struggled at Tampa Bay, and Derrick Henry managed just 24 rushing yards behind a struggling offensive line. 

The Jacksonville Jaguars won five straight games before their bye week and came crashing back to earth in a 34-3 loss to the 49ers on Sunday. Trevor Lawrence has committed 10 turnovers in nine starts this season, and Jacksonville ranks 29th in touchdown conversion rate (43.5%) on red zone possessions. 

Arizona Cardinals at Houston Texans

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS

The Arizona Cardinals got their first win since Week 3 with Kyler Murray accounting for 249 passing yards and 33 rushing yards plus a touchdown on the ground in his season debut. James Conner (knee) also returned from a multi-week absence in Week 10. 

The Houston Texans have rallied for consecutive road wins, with rookie C.J. Stroud posting 826 passing yards and six touchdowns in those games. Nico Collins (ankle) was inactive last Sunday, but cornerback Derek Stingley suited up for the first time since Week 2. 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at San Francisco 49ers

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

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers snapped a four-game losing streak with a strong defensive performance against the Titans on Sunday. Baker Mayfield and Mike Evans have established a strong connection this season, with the veteran receiver averaging 82 receiving yards per game and six touchdowns through nine appearances. 

The San Francisco 49ers got Trent Williams (ankle) and Deebo Samuel (shoulder) back in their lineup after a Week 9 bye and dominated the Jaguars, 34-3, on the road. Brock Purdy posted a 148.9 passer rating with zero turnovers after recording six turnovers in three losses before the bye. 

New York Jets at Buffalo Bills

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, CBS 

The New York Jets were unable to find the end zone in a 16-12 loss at the Raiders on Sunday night, their second straight defeat in a primetime spot. The Jets’ offense has the lowest third-down conversion rate (22.7%) in the NFL, and their defense is allowing the third-fewest yards per play (4.6) this season. 

The Buffalo Bills went 2-3 during a rough five-week stretch before hosting the Broncos in a Monday Night Football matchup to end Week 10. The Bills are 11-2 at home since the start of last season. Buffalo traded a third-round pick to the Packers for cornerback Rasul Douglas on Oct. 31. 

Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Rams

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, Fox 

The Seattle Seahawks managed to hold off the Commanders for a 29-26 win in Week 9, bouncing back from a blowout loss at Baltimore the previous Sunday. The Seahawks fell apart in the second half of a 30-13 home loss to the Rams in Week 1. 

The Los Angeles Rams could get Matthew Stafford (thumb) back in the lineup after he missed a Week 9 loss at Green Bay. Kyren Williams (ankle) is expected to sit out one more matchup before potentially returning in Week 12. 

Minnesota Vikings at Denver Broncos

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

The Minnesota Vikings traded for Josh Dobbs after Kirk Cousins suffered a season-ending Achilles injury, and Dobbs has led the team to consecutive wins with a 101.4 passer rating. The Vikings have won five straight and could get Justin Jefferson (hamstring) back for this matchup. 

The Denver Broncos are in primetime for a second straight week after playing a Monday Night Football matchup at Buffalo. The Broncos defense entered Week 10 allowing the most total yards (405.9) and second-most points (28.3) per game. 

Philadelphia Eagles at Kansas City Chiefs

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

The Philadelphia Eagles are coming off a bye to face the Chiefs in a Super Bowl rematch. Jalen Hurts could benefit from the extra rest, as he’s been dealing with a knee sprain. The Eagles entered their bye leading the NFL in conversion rate on third and fourth downs. 

The Kansas City Chiefs were also off in Week 10 after beating the Dolphins in Germany. Their defense has allowed the second-fewest points per game (15.9) with the second-highest sack rate (9.66%) through nine games.

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