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NFL Week 11 Betting Tips: Titans/Ravens, Rams/Bucs, Plus Three Teaser Picks

This is the last full slate of NFL games before the Thanksgiving holiday, and we’re making it count by making some Week 11 NFL predictions, as we do for every Sunday and Monday. 

Keep in mind that online betting sites in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Colorado, and several other states offer plenty of NFL markets for every single game. This ensures bettors of all types and levels can find a category that works for them, regardless of personal preference. 

Below, we will provide a for a couple of games and provide a Week 11 NFL teaser that will hopefully fatten your wallet by the time Sunday night arrives. 

Titans vs. Ravens Predictions | Week 11 NFL Picks

Both of these teams have 6-3 records and are coming off losses, so what gives in Week 11?

Baltimore runs into problems when its offense is predictable to the defense, as we’ve seen in recent weeks. But last game, the weather was the great equalizer in New England and allowed the patriots some more leeway on defense. The Titans, however, are a brutal defensive team and there won’t be any rain to level the playing field. 

Tennessee’s offense is very solid and we know Derrick Henry is a monster, so we’d expect both teams to score a bit and the over 49.5 (-110) is definitely in play. But even though the line has moved from Ravens -6.5 all the way down to -5, we still like Baltimore to rebound and come out with a victory here before they host the Steelers on Thanksgiving. 

Rams vs. Bucs Picks | Week 11 MNF Predictions

This is a much-anticipated matchup on Monday Night Football between two teams that are eying the top spot in their respective divisions. This game also happens to pit two of the best defenses in the league against one another, so it makes for an interesting contest. 

One thing people may not realize is that the Rams have had to fly east on several occasions this season. First, it was to play Philly and Buffalo in Weeks 2 and 3. Then, they came back in Week 5 to play Washington. The third trip resulted in a loss to Miami before the bye, and now they are making a fourth trip to play Tampa on Monday night. 

All that traveling can wear on a team as the season goes along, especially when the upcoming opponent may be the best of them all. Tom Brady has too many weapons to spread the ball around to, and Los Angeles won’t be able to control the clock the same way they did against Seattle’s poor defense. Take the Bucs -4 (-110) or better on Monday. 

NFL Week 11 Teaser Picks

Teasers are a popular bet among NFL fans looking to wager on multiple games, and for those who are unsure about the point spread set by oddsmakers. These bets can only be made with spreads and totals, and sportsbooks offer teasers of 6, 6.5, and 7 points when it comes to pro football. 

Using FanDuel NFL lines, we are able to build a three-team teaser with six points added to each side for overall odds of +140. Here are our Week 11 teaser picks: 

  • New York Jets +15.5 (originally +9.5): The Jets offense finally proved it can score vs. New England, and the Chargers’ defense isn’t a world beater by any stretch. Los Angeles will score on New York but will give up enough points to make +15.5 enough slack for Gang Green. 
  • Green Bay Packers +7.5 (originally +1.5): The Packers couldn’t even come close to covering the number against the Jags last week, and the market could be overreacting to that a bit. With a few extra points and getting more than a touchdown, Green Bay should be a safe play here. 
  • Minnesota Vikings -1 (originally -7): Andy Dalton could be back under center for the Cowboys, and that will be an improvement. But the Vikings have won a few games in a row and are looking like a team that absolutely should defend its home field with a win over a truly bad defense.

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Brian Sausa is BonusSeeker’s Copy Editor and lead sports betting pundit. A journalism graduate with an extensive sports background, Brian has been employed by multiple professional leagues including MLB, MiLB (Minor League Baseball), and the NHL.

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