NFL Week 11: Top 5 Bets To Make

Steelers at Browns

Line: Steelers -8, Pick: Steelers-With Big Ben looking healthy and coming off a stellar performance last week, and the Browns still being the Browns, this game should not be close. The Browns have lost three out of their last four games by 14+ points, and the only exception was the 3-7 Jets.

Bears at Giants

Line: Giants -7.5, Pick: Giants-“Da Bears,” are heading to New York fresh off an embarrassing 26 point loss to the Buccaneers. If that is not concerning enough, the Giants have won their last four and are hungry to steal the division from the Cowboys. Giants have this one handedly.

Packers at Redskins

Line: Redskins -3, Pick: Packers-This pick is against all odds. The Packers have lost three straight and the Redskins are coming in with momentum after a hard-fought win against Minnesota. However, the Packers are still a talented team, and this is where they are going to turn around their season. If not a win by the Packers, then it will be a close game that separates the teams by less than three points.

Titans at Colts

Over/Under: 53, Pick: Over-Last time the Titans and Colts played, they put up 60 points total. In each of their last games, the Colts scored 31 points and the Titans dropped 47. This game will be a shootout.

Dolphins at Rams

Over/Under: 40, Pick: Under-The Dolphins have been playing well on offense as of recently—there is no denying that, but the Rams offense is arguably the worst in the league, and the Rams defense is stellar. Thus, the Rams offense-defense combination results in low scoring games. So low, that none of their last three games have been over 40 points.

*All spreads are according to ESPN and are subject to change

By Brandon Pollack                                      Photo Credit:Justin K. Aller-Getty Images

 

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