Week 11 of the NFL season is underway and there are a couple of interesting games on the slate. We will be targeting four NFL picks against the spread that are worth consideration on your betting slip. These games should be a thrill with great potential for a big payday.
New Orleans Saints (+2.5) vs Philadelphia Eagles
The New Orleans Saints have been the better team this season and should be able to win outright in this game. The Eagles are 0-4 at Lincoln Financial Stadium this season while the Saints are 3-2 on the road.
New Orleans is going to be without offensive tackles Ryan Ramczyk and Terron Armstead in this game but their defense should keep them in the game. The Saints have lost their previous two games by two points each so they play extremely close games. Sprinkle some cheddar on the Moneyline as well but go with New Orleans to cover the spread here as well.
Miami Dolphins vs New York Jets (+3.5)
The New York Jets have been brutal this season but they have a stable quarterback in Joe Flacco to start this game. The Dolphins are last in the NFL running the football and that has been one of the Jets biggest weaknesses.
New York is averaging 27 points in their previous three games while Miami is scoring just 16.7 points in that same stretch of games. The Dolphins are also 1-5 against the spread as a road favorite so go with the Jets getting more than a field goal in this game.
Indianapolis Colts vs Buffalo Bills (-7)
The Indianapolis Colts are going into Buffalo trying to get some revenge for their AFC Wild Card outing last season. However, has thrown for just three touchdowns in his last two games so they aren’t getting big plays out of him.
Buffalo limits what opposing running backs can do on the ground so Jonathan Taylor could also have a tough game. The Bills are giving up 15 points per game this season and are 3-1-1 against the spread in their last five home games against the Colts. All in all, go with the Buffalo Bills to win by multiple possessions here.
Green Bay Packers (-1) vs Minnesota Vikings
Aaron Rodgers has the all-time record for TD-to-INT ratio against a single team as he has 50 touchdowns to seven interceptions against the Vikings in his career. This line opened up at Green Bay -2.5 so people have bet this line down. The Packers are 9-1 against the spread this season and this is another week removed from COVID-19 for Rodgers.
The difference here is surprisingly the defenses as the Packers are giving up 11 points per game in their previous four contests while the Vikings are allowing 25.5 points in that same stretch of games. This could essentially close the case that Minnesota has a chance of catching up in the NFC North. All in all, go with the Packers to win on the road.
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