NFL Week 11 QB Matchups Betting Preview, Odds & Picks for Every Game

NFL Week 11 QB Matchups Betting Preview, Odds & Picks for Every Game

We’ve made it to Week 11 of the NFL season! We’re now going to take a look at the quarterback matchups for each game, and then we’ll give you our NFL Betting predictions against the spread for each contest.

Who’ll Win the Quarterback Matchups in Week 11? | NFL Lines & Betting Predictions

Tennessee Titans @ Green Bay Packers (-2.5)

Green Bay is coming off of a huge win over Dallas. Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdown passes to Christian Watson and looked like the Aaron Rodgers of old.

Ryan Tannehill is back under center for the Titans and should help the offense. Derrick Henry runs wild over a poor Packers run defense. Titans win!

Chicago Bears @ Atlanta Falcons (-3)

Justin Fields is starting to remind someone of a famous Atlanta quarterback named Vick. He has turned the Bears‘ offense around in the past three weeks.

Marcus Mariota has been inconsistent over the past few weeks, and the Falcons’ offense struggled in their loss to Carolina last Thursday. We’re going with the Falcons in this one, but they won’t cover.

Carolina Panthers @ Baltimore Ravens (-11.5)

The Ravens‘ defense is getting better and better, and we’re looking for Lamar Jackson and the offense to take off. Baker Mayfield returns for the Panthers. Baltimore wins this one easily and covers the spread.

Cleveland Browns @ Buffalo Bills (-9)

Jacoby Brissett’s days are numbered, and he knows that. Nick Chubb will have to carry the Browns‘ offense against a good Bills defense. We’ll see if Josh Allen can avoid making huge mistakes in this one. Buffalo wins by 10.

Washington Commanders (-2.5) @ Houston Texans

Davis Mills has had a rough sophomore season. The Washington quarterback situation could be interesting, as Carson Wentz is eligible to return this week.

However, Taylor Heinicke has sparked the Washington offense, including leading them to a win over the previously undefeated Philadelphia Eagles. We can’t fail to mention that Chase Young returns to the Washington defense this week as well. Commanders win and cover.

Philadelphia Eagles @ Indianapolis Colts (+9)

The Eagles are coming off their first loss. Some key turnovers cost the Eagles, and Jaylen Hurts. We look for Hurts to have a good game against a weak Colts secondary.

Matt Ryan was brought back to start when Jeff Saturday took the team over. Jonathan Taylor is back and running well. Philly wins, but won’t cover.

New York Jets @ New England Patriots (-4)

This one will be interesting. The Jets have a very good defense, and we’re not sure if Mac Jones will get the majority of the snaps or if Bailey Zappe will find his way onto the field at some point.

Bill Belichick will make things difficult for Zach Wilson. The Jets win by a field goal.

Los Angeles Rams @ New Orleans Saints (-3)

They are likely to be without Cooper Kupp; it probably won’t matter if Matthew Stafford returns to the lineup or if John Wolford plays again this week.

Andy Dalton and the Saints‘ offense have been struggling. This one is a toss-up, but we’re going with the Rams in this one.

Detroit Lions @ New York Giants (-3)

The Lions just won their first road game in the Dan Campbell era.

We’ll see if they can make it two road wins in a row and three straight. Jared Goff made some big plays against Chicago. The Giants’ offense will give the Lions trouble.

Daniel Jones looks to be healthy, and Saquon Barkley is running well. The Giants continue their surprise run and win by a touchdown.

Las Vegas Raiders @ Denver Broncos (-2.5)

Does anyone really want to watch this game? Russell Wilson has been a huge disappointment for the Broncos, while Derek Carr has also had a rough season. We see the Broncos winning at home by a field goal.

Dallas Cowboys (-1) @ Minnesota Vikings

Even though Kirk Cousins hasn’t played all that well, the Vikings are still 8-1 this season.

Dak Prescott has the Dallas offense firing on all cylinders. Minnesota’s magical run will hit a bump on Sunday as the Dallas defense will stop their offensive attack. Cowboys by a field goal.

Cincinnati Bengals (-5) @ Pittsburgh Steelers

Joe Burrow started off slowly but has come on as of late. Kenny Pickett is having a typical rookie quarterback season. The Bengals are the better team and will win, but only by a field goal.

Kansas City Chiefs (-7) @ Los Angeles Chargers

Justin Herbert and the Chargers‘ offense just can’t seem to get things going. Yes, we know they’ve had a ton of injuries to the wideouts, but other than Austin Ekeler, this team doesn’t have many weapons.

Patrick Mahomes is spreading the wealth in Kansas City. The Chiefs come into LA and win by 10.

San Francisco 49ers (-7.5) @ Arizona Cardinals

This Monday Night matchup will be interesting. Some funny things have been happening on Monday night. San Francisco is the better team.

Jimmy Garoppolo has done a nice job of managing Kyle Shanahan’s offense. We’ll see if Colt McCoy or Kyler Murray plays on Monday night. San Francisco wins a tight one and doesn’t cover.

 
 

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