2024 NFL Week 11 Spreads, Money Lines and Totals

NFL Week 11 Spreads, Money Lines and Totals

NFL Week 11 Betting Odds

Once upon a time, a matchup of Washington and Philadelphia was appointment viewing. The then-Redskins and Eagles would frequently clash for the highest of stakes. These days, the now-Commanders are wallowing in the bowels of NFL pretender status while the Eagles are a perennial playoff team and potential Super Bowl champion. Week 11 will open with a Prime Video matchup between the Commanders and Eagles. Washington does have a new coach and quarterback who they hope will change the fortunes of the franchise that previous owner Daniel Snyder decimated.

Head coach Dan Quinn, who led the Atlanta Falcons to the Super Bowl only to blow a 28-3 lead to the New England Patriots, arrives after serving as the defensive coordinator of the Dallas Cowboys. Meanwhile, 2023 Heisman Trophy winner Jayden Daniels is already number one on the Commanders’ depth chart, with journeyman 2014 Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota as the backup. Washington’s future is better than it was, but the payoff, if there is to be one, is far down the road.

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NFL Week 11 Schedule

Thursday, November 14
Commanders at Eagles 8:15 PM
Sunday, November 17
Packers at Bears 1:00 PM
Jaguars at Lions 1:00 PM
Raiders at Dolphins 1:00 PM
Rams at Patriots 1:00 PM
Browns at Saints 1:00 PM
Ravens at Steelers 1:00 PM
Vikings at Titans 1:00 PM
Falcons at Broncos 4:05 PM
Seahawks at 49ers 4:05 PM
Chiefs at Bills 4:25 PM
Bengals at Chargers 4:25 PM
Colts at Jets 8:20 PM
Monday, November 18
Texans at Cowboys 8:15 PM

TEAMS ON BYE: Cardinals, Panthers, Giants & Buccaneers

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In the early Sunday afternoon window, the oldest rivalry in pro football renews as the Chicago Bears host the Green Bay Packers. Chicago will likely start the number one overall pick of the 2024 NFL Draft, Caleb Williams. Williams is touted as the latest QB savior who replaced the last one, Justin Fields, who the Bears quit on after three years without offering him much of a supporting cast. Fields is now backing up Russell Wilson with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Williams will be going up against one of the most promising young QBs in pro football, Jordan Love. Last year, Love rallied the Packers to the NFC Divisional Playoffs, where they nearly won at the eventual NFC champion San Francisco 49ers. The Packers won their final three games of the 2023 season to gain the playoffs, while the Bears won four of their final six games to finish 7-10 and with some hope for the future.

Speaking of rivalries, one of the best in the current age of pro football will be renewed as the Buffalo Bills host the Kansas City Chiefs. Kansas City has been a painful thorn in the side of the Bills, especially in the playoffs. Last year, the Chiefs beat the Bills in Buffalo 27-24 in the AFC Divisional playoffs en route to their second consecutive Super Bowl and third Lombardi Trophy in five years. Of course, the most memorable game between these teams was in the 2022 AFC Divisional Playoffs when the Chiefs pulled out a miraculous 42-36 overtime win in what is arguably the greatest game ever played.

This year, the Chiefs and Bills are again favored to make the postseason with the opportunity to go deep with a potential Super Bowl date. It is interesting to note that Buffalo has won the last three regular season meetings with Kansas City.

On NBC Sunday Night Football, the New York Jets will host the Indianapolis Colts, two teams that cause gamblers to have plenty of ambiguity. The Jets will be hoping that Aaron Rodgers, 40, will be able to answer the bell for this one. Anthony Richardson, the fourth overall pick of the 2023 NFL Draft, is the number one QB on the Colts depth chart.

Week 11 ends with an all-Texas shootout between the visiting Houston Texans and Dallas Cowboys. Both clubs are coming off playoff seasons.

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