NFL Week 11 Recap

Week 11 will conclude with the Monday Night Football matchup between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Tennessee Titans.

However, a great deal took place on the field between Thursday and Sunday night.

The favorites were 7-6 SU and 5-8 ATS. The home teams were 7-6 SU and ATS, while the over/under was 3-10 in favor of the UNDER.

Thus far, through Week 11 not including Monday’s game, the favorites are 105-54-1 SU and 78-76-4 ATS.

The home team is 91-66-1 SU and 77-78-3 ATS. The over/under on the season cannot get much closer at 79-78-3.

The weekend’s biggest favorite to cover, in a week that was dominated by the underdogs, was the Green Bay Packers. The Pack was -4.5 entering their game against the Philadelphia Eagles and walked away with a 53-20 win. The Packers-Over playing at home this season is 4-0-1 as a combination.

The biggest underdog that cashed on the weekend was the Cincinnati Bengals. The Bengals were +8.5 to start the game against the New Orleans Saints and won outright 27-10. The Bengals were underdogs 3 to 1 on the money line.

The St. Louis Rams overcame a +8 underdog line to dominate the Denver Broncos 22-7. The Rams harassed Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning forcing two picks and two sacks.

During the 1:00 pm games, the teams at home were 3-5 SU as well as 4-4 ATS. The late games ended with the home teams going 3-1 straight up and 2-2 against the spread, including Sunday Night Game where Indianapolis was defeated at home by the New England Patriots 43-20.

Even without starting quarterback Carson Palmer, the Arizona Cardinals improved their league leading record to 9-1 SU defeating the Detroit Lions 14-6. Arizona is 8-2 ATS overall and 6-0 ATS over its past 6 games played.

Kansas City was 0-2 SU to start the season. Since that injury-plagued start, the Chiefs are 7-1 SU as well as ATS, including a win on Sunday 24-20 over the Seattle Seahawks.

On Sunday, the New York Giants lost 16-10 for their fifth consecutive SU and ATS loss.

The AFC North is likely the best division in the NFL. Cincinnati sits atop at 6-3-1 and the Baltimore Ravens are 6-4 tied with Pittsburgh (Steelers play Monday) and Cleveland.

Cincinnati is sitting in first but must play 4 of its final 6 games away.

Oakland lost to San Diego 13-6 to drop to 0-10 on the season. However, the Raiders did cover as 10-point dogs.

The Raiders could very well go 0-16 for the season.

The UNDER is 6-0 in the past six Cleveland games.

The UNDER has cashed in 4 straight games for Tampa Bay.

The OVER has cashed in 9 of 10 Green Bay games this season and cashed for the seventh consecutive game on Sunday.

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