NFL betting picks and predictions couldn’t have seen last week coming. It doesn’t get much wilder than Week 10 in the NFL, with the end of the Bills and Vikings game and yet another wild game from Justin Fields.
The NFL never disappoints; from week to week, there is always a new story.
But for NFL betting picks best bets of Week 11, we begin with the continuing story that is Justin Fields.
Chicago Bears at Atlanta Falcons (-3)
A month ago, this looked like the dog of the week. Who wants to watch two bad teams play in the early window from Atlanta? Count our NFL betting picks all in after the three-game tear that Fields is on.
He’s scored 11 touchdowns, rushed for 128 yards per game, and he and Cole Kmet have become the new Brady to Gronk. But, and this is a big but, Chicago has also become the first team in NFL history to score at least 29 points in three straight games and lose all three.
Tune in to watch Fields run wild, but stay to watch your NFL betting pick of Atlanta to cover.
Washington Commanders (-3) at Houston Texans
The Texans provided the blueprint on how to slow down the Eagles and possibly beat them. It’s a simple formula, really: don’t give the Philadelphia Eagles the ball.
The Commanders made it work, with 49 rushing attempts and over 40 minutes in time of possession in their Monday night win in Philadelphia. The Commanders’ upset of the Eagles hurt many people’s parlays and NFL betting picks. Rather than be the team to pick against, the Commanders are among our NFL betting picks for week 11.
They are now 5-5 and taking on a significantly worse Texans team, the losers of four straight. It will be a great battle between two rookie running backs – Dameon Pierce vs. Brian Robinson – and Robinson’s team will win the game and cover the spread.
Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers (+4.5)
The Bengals are coming off their bye week, and the last time we saw them, they were putting up 42 points on the Panthers. Joe Mixon scored five of the Bengals’ six touchdowns and will be one of the top prop bet targets in NFL betting picks for week 11. But the last time we saw the Bengals play against a healthy T.J. Watt, Cincinnati lost at home to begin the season.
Watt is back, leading the Steelers to a win against New Orleans last week, and this week he gets the Week 11 at home. Look for Pittsburgh to cover the spread as one of your NFL betting picks for week 11.
Dallas Cowboys (-1) at Minnesota Vikings
We’ve been asking about the Vikings all season, “Sure, they won, but are they really good?” They just beat the Bills in Buffalo, and apparently, that same question still lingers, as they are NFL betting picks underdogs to the Cowboys in Minnesota.
The Cowboys just lost to a bad Packers team, but they are the slight favorites in Minnesota, and that’s not fair to the Vikings. They are, in fact, a good team, and they are a good bet to win again in Week 11.
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