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Check out our expert NFL tips for the best five games for Week 11 (note: times are in AEDT):
Game 1 – Cincinnati Bengals @ Baltimore Ravens, Friday 17th November, 12.15pm
A tough game to start Week 11, with these two highly ranked teams both suffering shock losses at home last weekend. The Ravens (7-3) will be particularly hurting after blowing a 31-17 fourth-quarter lead against the Browns, losing 33-30 to a late field goal.
Cincinnati (5-4) wasn’t quite so bad, coming from 27-17 down against Houston to tie the scores before also falling to a last gasp field goal. The bookies have the Ravens a slight 3.5 points favourite at home and I feel they won’t slip up two weeks in a row - take them giving the start on the Dabble app.
Game 2 – Las Vegas Raiders @ Miami Dolphins, Monday 20th November, 5am
Antonio Pierce is an impressive 2-0 as interim coach of Las Vegas (5-5), but those wins were against the lowly Giants and Jets. Handling Miami big guns Tua Tagovailoa and Tyreek Hill will be a far greater test. The Dolphins (6-3) will be fresh off the bye – and they needed it with several players carrying niggling injuries so will start as firm $1.13 favourites at home.
The Raiders will need to improve big time after stumbling over the line 16-12 against a terrible Jets team last weekend. While I think the Dolphins will win well, the Raiders don’t have many points in them, and I see unders as a good bet.
Game 3 – Arizona Cardinals @ Houston Texans, Monday 20th November, 5am
Despite the long-awaited return of quarterback Kyler Murray and a late win over Atlanta last weekend, the Cardinals (2-7) will start as $2.65 outsiders in Houston. Murray makes a big difference, but the Cardinals are still a struggling team and that was just their second win from nine starts.
Rookie quarterback CJ Stroud has proved a revelation for Houston (5-4) this season and led them to a late 30-27 win over Cincinnati away from home last weekend. Stroud has his head up and has transformed the Texans – I see them winning and winning well.
Game 4 – New York Jets @ Buffalo Bills, Monday 20th November, 8.25am
Buffalo started the season as a real contender for the Super Bowl in the experts’ eyes, but have failed to deliver, sitting on 50% after 10 games with five wins and five losses. They were poor across the board against the Broncos in Monday Night Football, going down 24-22 despite being hot favourites at home.
The Jets have a strong defence but have major problems with the ball – their offence has failed to post a touchdown for two straight weeks and quarterback Zach Wilson is clearly struggling to come up with the big plays. With their ability to score points limited, I see the Bills winning fairly comfortably.
Game 5 – Seattle Seahawks @ Los Angeles Rams, Monday 20th November, 8.25am
This game is about as close as it gets – even money in some places but Seahawks -2.5 on the Dabble app. But punters beware – Seattle (6-3) has failed to cover the spread in its last five games as favourites, including last weekend’s thrilling last second 29-26 defeat of Washington.
The Rams (3-6) are coming off the bye and having lost their three games before the break, may have forgotten how to win. QB Matthew Stafford (thumb) missed their last game, a 20-3 defeat to Green Bay, and the line could see them take on the favourites mantle if he is passed fit to play.
All is not lost if Stafford is again out – the Rams have signed a competent back-up in Carson Wentz – but things will go much more smoothly if the main man is given the green light to play. QB Geno Smith has been consistent without being brilliant for the Seahawks, and I think he will steer them home.
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