With the Texans big upset win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday night, there are just two undefeated teams left in the NFL in the 2015 season. As has always been stressed here if history is any guide the undefeated teams are more and more vulnerable each week to lose as the season progresses.
Here is a list of the betting and lines plus the over/unders for all the NFL games this week in Week 11 of the 2015 season. Can the Patriots and Panthers both stay undefeated this week? They are both taking on teams who won last week as underdogs which makes things pretty interesting this week.
Good luck to all the NFL teams and players and especially the bettors this week in Week 11 of the 2015 season!
- Titans +3 at Jaguars (O/U is 43)
The Thursday night game this week is only watchable to see how well Marcus Mariota and Blake Bortles play at QB. Statistically, Marcus Mariota has completed 65.6% of his passes this season to Blake Bortles 55.3%. Bortles has thrown for 19 TDs vs 11 picks while Mariota has 13 TDs and six picks. To bet this game, which QB do you prefer?
- Redskins +7 at Carolina (O/U is 45)
The Redskins stunned and destroyed the Saints last week 47-14. Before anyone gets too excited, the Saints lost to the 2-7 Titans the week before. Kirk Cousins is now 4-5 this season as a starting NFL QB and 6-12 lifetime. He will be facing a real defense in Carolina this week.
- Broncos +1 at Bears (O/U is 41.5)
How quickly things can turn in the NFL. A week ago the Broncos would have been heavily favored in this game but now Brock Osweiler is starting for the Broncos instead of Peyton Manning and the Bears crushed the Rams 37-13 last week. Osweiler will be starting his first NFL game this week. Jay Cutler is 65-62 as a starting NFL QB.
- Raiders -2 at Lions (O/U is 48)
Do you believe in the Lions after their 18-16 win over the Packers in Lambeau? If you do you can bet a home underdog this week vs the faltering Raiders. If the Raiders can win this game, though, they have the Titans next week and they can get back to over .500 pretty quick.
- Cowboys even at Dolphins (O/U is 47)
Tony Romo is on track to start this week for the Dallas Cowboys for the first time since he broke his collarbone in Week 2. Will that be enough for the Cowboys to end their seven game losing streak? The Dolphins beat the Eagles last week on the road but barely. If Romo is not rusty expect a Cowboys win here.
- Colts +6 at Falcons (O/U is 47.5)
Matt Hasselbeck is starting this week for the injured Andrew Luck. Hasselbeck filled in for Luck earlier in the season and went 2-0 beating the Jaguars and Texans. For his career, Matt Hasselbeck is 82-72 as a NFL QB. The Falcons come into this game off the bye week after two straight losses to the Buccaneers and 49ers. Will they be ready to play this week?
- Rams +1.5 at Ravens (O/U is 42)
The Rams are nothing but inconsistent as they got crushed by the Bears last week when favored by 7.5 points. This week they are 1.5 point underdog playing away vs the 2-7 Ravens. Case Keenum will start this week for the Rams at QB replacing benched Nick Foles. Keenum is 2-8 as a NFL starter. Joe Flacco is just 2-7 this season but he’s still 74-47 lifetime in the NFL. Advantage Ravens.
- New York Jets -2.5 at Texans (O/U is 41)
Ryan Fitzpatrick is expected to start for the Jets in this game. Is that really a good thing? Fitzpatrick is 5-4 this season as a starting QB but his lifetime mark in the NFL is just 38-59-1. Brian Hoyer left his game last week with a concussion and backup QB T.J Yates came off the bench and led the Texans to a stunning 10-6 win over the previously undefeated Bengals. If the Texans defense plays this week like last week it won’t matter who the QB is this week.
- Eagles -5.5 at Buccaneers (O/U is 45)
The big news here is Mark Sanchez is starting for injured Sam Bradford this week for the Eagles. Sanchez is 37-33 lifetime as a starting NFL QB. He went 4-4 last year for the Eagles. The odds makers obviously believe in Sanchez as the Eagles are a pretty big favorite here on the road vs the Buccaneers.
- Chiefs -3 at Chargers (O/U is 44.5)
With the 29-13 win over the Broncos last week the Chiefs have now won three straight to turn their season around. Can they keep it going this week on the road vs Philip Rivers and the 2-7 Chargers. Rivers is certainly a capable QB with a lifetime record of 90-63 and the Chargers have only been blown out once this season so expect a close game here.
- Packers even at Vikings (O/U is 45)
Teddy Bridgewater has now led the Vikings to five straight wins and a 7-2 record. The guy is just a winner but can he beat Aaron Rodgers and the Packers this week at home? Green Bay has lost three straight games and you’d expect them to turn it around at some point but will it be this week?
- 49ers +12.5 at Seahawks (O/U is 40.5)
Considering the Seahawks just lost to the Cardinals and the 49ers beat the Falcons in their last game the 12.5 point spread might seems high. But the Seahawks did crunch the 49ers 20-3 a month ago and Blaine Gabbert’s win over the Falcons two weeks ago raised his lifetime record as a NFL starting QB to all of 6-22.
- Bengals +3 at Cardinals (O/U is 47.5)
The Bengals certainly lost some respect losing their first game of the year to the Texans last week. Now they are a three point underdog this week at Arizona. As has been pointed out here, the Bengals did play a weak schedule this year which helped them stay undefeated. The Cardinals are tough at home and rightly favored in this game.
- Bills +7 at Patriots (O/U is 48.5)
The Patriots lost Julian Edelman last week for 6-8 weeks with a broken bone in his foot. That’s a tough loss for the Pats. Can the Buffalo Bills take advantage this week and knock the Patriots from the ranks of the undefeated? If you trust Rex Ryan give the Bills a shot otherwise forget it.