After taking a look at this week’s slate of games, and the point spread for each, we’ve found three games that we really like. We’re going to give you our NFL Betting predictions for each game.
Parlay Picks For This Week’s Slate of NFL Games | Week 11 Betting Odds
Dallas Cowboys (-1) @ Minnesota Vikings
Although the Dallas Cowboys lost a tough one at Green Bay last week, they’re still one of the best teams in the NFC. Speaking of the best teams in the NFC, the Vikings and the Eagles are now tied for the best record in the NFC at 8-1. These two will square off in Minneapolis on Sunday.
Kirk Cousins and Justin Jefferson made some huge plays in Sunday’s overtime win at Buffalo. It looked like the Bills had won the game late, but Minnesota came through in the clutch and left Buffalo with a huge win. Justin Jefferson is arguably the best receiver in the NFL, and he’ll match up against one of the best secondaries in the league.
Minnesota will have its hands full with a very good Dallas offense. Dak Prescott has been very good since returning from injury. CeeDee Lamb has played well, and Tony Pollard has also helped spark the Dallas offense.
Dallas is 6-2 against the spread in their last eight games. We think this is the week that Minnesota finally loses their second game. Dallas takes this one by a field goal.
Detroit Lions @ New York Giants (-3)
The 7-2 New York Giants are one of the biggest surprises in the league this season. Brian Daboll has turned things around for the Giants organization. Even with second-rate wide receivers, the Giants offense has been very good. Much of that is due to the play of Saquon Barkley. Barkley has been a huge weapon, and as long as he stays healthy, he’ll continue to be hard to stop.
The Giants defense has also been very good. This unit is giving up less than 20 points per game, and will be going up against an offense that has struggled to score at times. If they can put pressure on Jared Goff, it could be a long day for the Lions.
The Lions just won their first road game in the Dan Campbell era. Unfortunately for Detroit, now they head to a very tough place to play. One thing that will really hurt Detroit is their poor defense. This defense has been brutal, and have been especially bad at stopping the run. That could spell doom for the Lions.
We just can’t see Detroit hanging with New York in this one. The Giants win by a touchdown and keep pace with the Philadelphia Eagles for the NFC East crown.
Washington Commanders (-2.5) @ Houston Texans
Washington has found something since Taylor Heinicke became the starting quarterback. There seems to be a spark in the team, and the offense has been playing much better. Antonio Gibson and Bryan Robinson have been a good 1-2 punch in the backfield, and Terry McLaurin has come to life.
The defense is getting healthy, and we should see Chase Young make his season debut this weekend. This isn’t good news for the Texans who have struggled mightily this season.
We think Washington wins this game and covers the spread.