NFL Odds Week 11: Lines, Spreads, Betting Trends For Every Game

NFL Odds Week 11

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Ravens vs
Bengals
-3.5 (-115)
+3.5 (-105)
o46.5 (-106)
u46.5 (-114)
-198
+166
Lions vs
Bears
-7.5 (-115)
+7.5 (-105)
o47.5 (-118)
u47.5 (-104)
-405
+320
Dolphins vs
Raiders
-14 (-108)
+14 (-112)
o44.5 (-110)
u44.5 (-110)
-1000
+660
Browns vs
Steelers
-2.5 (-105)
+2.5 (-115)
o34.5 (-105)
u34.5 (-115)
-130
+110
Packers vs
Chargers
+3 (-114)
-3 (-106)
o43.5 (-115)
u43.5 (-105)
+134
-158
Commanders vs
Giants
-7.5 (-110)
+7.5 (-110)
o38.5 (-115)
u38.5 (-105)
-360
+290
Jaguars vs
Titans
-6.5 (-120)
+6.5 (-102)
o40 (-110)
u40 (-110)
-320
+265
Panthers vs
Cowboys
+11.5 (-115)
-11.5 (-105)
o43.5 (-108)
u43.5 (-112)
+430
-590
Texans vs
Cardinals
-5.5 (-110)
+5.5 (-110)
o48 (-110)
u48 (-110)
-240
+198
49ers vs
Buccaneers
-13.5 (-110)
+13.5 (-110)
o41.5 (-115)
u41.5 (-105)
-900
+610
Bills vs
Jets
-8.5 (-105)
+8.5 (-115)
o39.5 (-105)
u39.5 (-115)
-390
+310
Rams vs
Seahawks
-2.5 (-110)
+2.5 (-110)
o45.5 (-115)
u45.5 (-105)
-138
+118
Broncos vs
Vikings
-2.5 (-118)
+2.5 (-104)
o42.5 (-114)
u42.5 (-106)
-144
+124
Chiefs vs
Eagles
-2.5 (-120)
+2.5 (-102)
o45.5 (-114)
u45.5 (-106)
-154
+130

NFL odds for Week 11 don't offer much in terms of standout Sunday games. But the Thursday night/Monday night bookends will hopefully make up for it.

The Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens meet in the Week 11 opener, and the closer is a Super Bowl rematch between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs.

Here’s everything you need to know about the NFL odds Week 11 market: opening lines, spreads and betting trends for every game, as multiple oddsmakers provide insights on NFL Week 11 odds and action. Check back regularly for updates and use our new ESPN BET bonus code to get the most out of your action when the new sportsbook launches Tuesday.

NFL Odds for Every Game of NFL Week 11

Philadelphia Eagles vs Kansas City Chiefs Odds

Jalen Hurts and the Eagles aim for some payback against the Chiefs. (Getty)
Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Chiefs -2.5
  • Opening moneyline: Chiefs -150/Eagles +130
  • Opening total: Over/Under 48.5 points scored
  • Time: 8:15 p.m. ET Monday (ABC/ESPN)

UPDATE 6 P.M. ET MONDAY: A couple hours before kickoff, the Chiefs are -2.5 (-115) in TwinSpires Sportsbook's NFL odds Week 11 market. Kansas City has been at some iteration of -2.5 all week.

K.C. is netting 57% of tickets, while 59% of money is on short 'dog Philly.

"It's a high-volume game, with great two-way action," TwinSpires director of retail sports Zachary Lucas said. "The liability is tilted toward Philly. As of now, we'll need K.C. and the Under."

The total opened at 47.5, got down to 45.5, then nudged up to 46 in just the past few minutes. The Over is seeing 64% of tickets/58% of money.

UPDATE 2 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY: At PointsBet, Kansas City toggled between the -2.5 opener and -3 several times already, at various juice. The Chiefs are currently -3 (even), but the large bulk of early spread action is on the Eagles. Ticket count is 3/1 and money beyond 5/1 on Philly.

"A meeting of the two outright favorites for each conference, and a repeat of last year's Super Bowl on a standalone Monday night game is every bettor's dream. Thus, we have seen early action and movement on this game," Meenan said. "The spread has been toying with the key number of 3 all week, sometimes slipping back down to Chiefs -2.5. We're currently sitting at 3 (even), but I feel like this market could further move in the direction of the Eagles before kickoff.

"Eagles +3 has been by far the most popular line coming into the week, and we've seen much more action on the 'dog."

The total tumbled from 48 to 45.5 by Tuesday evening, with 61% of tickets on the Over, but 78% of money on the Under.

"We've seen a little more action on the total than usual, signaling just how strong the perceptions of these championship defenses are," Meenan said. "There are no injury concerns around star players coming into this game on either side, coming off a bye week. Which makes for a more exciting leadup to the game, with bettors being less apprehensive overall to take sides early.

"Philly has been stout against the run all year, ranking best in the league for opponent rushing yards per game. And with [the Eagles'] fully healthy defensive line, I would expect Patrick Mahomes to sling the football on MNF.”

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: The Super Bowl rematch features two fresh teams, with Kansas City and Philadelphia coming off Week 10 byes.

In Week 9, the Chiefs (7-2 SU/6-3 ATS) had a successful long road trip to Frankfurt, Germany. K.C. topped Miami 21-14 as a 1-point underdog. The Chiefs are 7-1 SU/6-2 ATS in their last eight games.

The Eagles (8-1 SU/5-2-2 ATS) dispatched Dallas 28-23 laying 3 points at home in Week 9. Philly is on a modest three-game SU upswing (2-0-1 ATS).

Eagles-Chiefs remains K.C. -2.5 tonight in The SuperBook's NFL odds Week 11 market. The total moved from 48.5 to 48.

"This line will be a referendum on how much the market believes home field is worth in today's NFL, because the power rating couldn't be closer between these two teams," Michaelson said. "We say [it's worth] 2.5. I guess we'll see by close what this is worth.

"It's unusual for these Super Bowl rematches to live up to the hype, but this one feels like it will. We expect outstanding handle for this game."

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Minnesota Vikings vs Denver Broncos Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Broncos vs
Vikings
-2.5 (-118)
+2.5 (-104)
o42.5 (-114)
u42.5 (-106)
-144
+124
  • Opening point spread: Broncos -2
  • Opening moneyline: Broncos -130/Vikings +110
  • Opening total: Over/Under 43.5 points scored
  • Time: 8:20 p.m. ET Sunday (NBC)

UPDATE 6 P.M. ET SUNDAY: A couple of hours before kickoff, the Broncos are -2.5 (-120) in The SuperBook's NFL odds Week 11 market. Denver opened -2 last Sunday and nudged down to -1.5 Monday, then returned to -2 Tuesday.

The Broncos then to -2.5 and briefly -3 Wednesday, before heading back to -2.5. On Saturday, the line got to Denver -3 even, before moving back down this morning.

"Bettors are intrigued by this game," SuperBook executive director John Murray said. "There are a lot of tickets on the Minnesota Vikings, a popular 'dog. And there's been some sharp money on Denver this weekend. It's a unique game in that the public is on the 'dog and sharp groups are on Denver.

"I think we'll probably need Denver, looking at the ticket counts," Murray said.

The total opened at 43.5 and steadily made its way down to 41 by Saturday. But it's since rebounded to 43.

UPDATE 2:30 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY: PointsBet dipped from Broncos -2.5 to -1.5 in short order Sunday night. Denver returned to -2.5 Tuesday, and the line has since bounced between -2.5 and -2 a couple times. It's now at Broncos -2.5.

Early ticket count is 2/1-plus Minnesota, while early money is 3/1 Denver.

The total rose from 42.5 to 43.5 by Monday morning, then receded to 43 Tuesday. The Under is landing 61% of tickets/90% of money.

UPDATE 7 P.M. ET TUESDAY: Denver (4-5 SU/3-5-1 ATS) has its first three-game winning streak since the opening three games of the 2021-22 season. In the Week 10 Monday nighter, the Broncos upset Buffalo 24-22 catching 7.5 points on the road, winning on a final-seconds field goal.

Denver cashed for the third straight week, as well, something it hadn't done since Weeks 13-15 last season.

The SuperBook opened Vikings-Broncos at Denver -2 Sunday evening and backed up to -1.5 Monday morning. This morning, in the wake of the Broncos' win, the line returned to Denver -2.

The total moved from 43.5 to 44 Monday, then dipped to 43 this morning.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Minnesota (6-4 SU/6-3-1 ATS) continues to get it done without QB Kirk Cousins and wideout Justin Jefferson. In Week 10, the Vikes stormed to a 27-3 lead against New Orleans and held on for a 27-19 win giving 3 points at home.

Minnesota is on a 5-0 SU and ATS spree.

Denver (3-5 SU/2-5-1 ATS) still has Week 10 work remaining. The Broncos travel to Buffalo for the Monday night game, so they'll be playing in back-to-back prime-time games.

"Lots of disagreement here in the risk room," Michaelson said of the Vikings-Broncos line. "Josh Dobbs is playing good football, and the Vikings are undefeated since Justin Jefferson was injured. But this is still a road game, and Denver has been improved lately."

The spread and total are unchanged tonight.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs San Francisco 49ers Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
49ers vs
Buccaneers
-13.5 (-110)
+13.5 (-110)
o41.5 (-115)
u41.5 (-105)
-900
+610
  • Opening point spread: 49ers -10.5
  • Opening moneyline: 49ers -650/Buccaneers +450
  • Opening total: Over/Under 42 points scored
  • Time: 4:05 p.m. ET Sunday (FOX)

UPDATE 3:45 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Shortly before kickoff, the Niners are 13.5-point favorites at DraftKings Sportsbook. That's after opening a week ago at San Fran -10.5 and hitting multiple numbers on the way up the past seven days.

San Francisco is getting 62% of spread tickets/77% of spread money.

The total opened at 42.5, bottomed out at 41 multiple times early in the week and is now 41.5. The Over is netting 80% of tickets/77% of money.

UPDATE NOON ET FRIDAY: San Fran advanced from -10.5 to -11 Monday in BetMGM's NFL odds Week 11 market. On Wednesday, the Niners ticked up to -11.5, where the line remains now.

Early ticket count is 2.5/1 and early money 9/1 on the double-digit favorite 49ers.

The total is down a point at BetMGM, dipping from 42.5 to 42/41.5 on Monday. The Over is drawing 70% of tickets, while 55% of money is on the Under.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Entering Week 10 on a three-game losing skid, San Francisco was due to get right – and did so in impressive fashion. The Niners (6-3 SU/5-4 ATS) blasted a hot Jacksonville squad 34-3 laying 3 points on the road.

Tampa Bay (4-5 SU/5-4 ATS) snapped a four-game SU skid by breezing past Tennessee 20-6 as 2.5-point home chalk.

The Bucs-Niners spread and total didn't move tonight on The SuperBook's NFL Week 11 odds board.

New York Jets vs Buffalo Bills Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Bills -6.5
  • Opening moneyline: Bills -310/Jets +250
  • Opening total: Over/Under 40.5 points scored
  • Time: 4:25 p.m. ET Sunday (CBS)

UPDATE 4 P.M. ET SUNDAY: DraftKings is up to Bills -8 as kickoff approaches, up from the -6.5 opener last Sunday and -8.5 high point earlier today. But it's two-way spread play, with 54% of tickets/57% of money on the Bills.

That said, it's safe to assume Buffalo is in a lot of moneyline parlays and teasers.

The total opened at 40.5 and spent most of the week toggling between 39.5 and 39. It's currently 39, with 53% of tickets/59% of money on the Under.

UPDATE 12:30 P.M. ET FRIDAY: BetMGM opened the Bills -6.5 (-120) and moved to -7 (-105)/-7 flat Monday. There's been no movement since. Spread ticket count is dead even and 62% of early spread money is on the underdog Jets.

The total fell from 40.5 to 39.5 Wednesday and remains 39.5 today. Ticket count is almost 4/1 and money nearly 5/1 on the Under.

UPDATE 7 P.M. ET TUESDAY: Buffalo, considered a Super Bowl contender the past two seasons and this year, is currently a .500 team. The Bills (5-5 SU/3-7 ATS) were 7.5-point home favorites vs. Denver in the Week 11 Monday nighter and lost outright 24-22.

The SuperBook opened Jets-Bills at Buffalo -6.5 Sunday night. On Monday morning, the line adjusted to -6.5 (-120), then rose to Bills -7. That's where it remains now, with no change despite Buffalo's loss to Denver.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: For the second straight week, New York (4-5 SU/4-4-1 ATS) failed to put up a touchdown. The Jets managed just four field goals in a 16-12 loss as a 1-point favorite at Las Vegas.

Buffalo (5-4 SU/3-6 ATS) hasn't played its Week 10 contest yet, hosting Denver on Monday Night Football.

"Buffalo feels like a team in transition," Michaelson said. "But we felt that if Buffalo is -7 against Denver, the Bills should be slightly shorter against a much more talented Jets team."

Seattle Seahawks vs Los Angeles Rams Odds

Tyler Lockett and the Seahawks eked out a win vs. the Commanders. (Getty)
Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Rams vs
Seahawks
-2.5 (-110)
+2.5 (-110)
o45.5 (-115)
u45.5 (-105)
-138
+118
  • Opening point spread: Seahawks -2.5
  • Opening moneyline: Seahawks -140/Rams +120
  • Opening total: Over/Under 44.5 points scored
  • Time: 4:25 p.m. ET Sunday (CBS)

UPDATE 4 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Los Angeles is laying 2 points at DraftKings, on a line that's bounced around a lot this week. Seattle opened -3 (even) last Sunday, but by Tuesday, the number jumped the fence to Rams -1. L.A. got out to -2 Saturday and -2.5 a couple times today.

The Seahawks are landing 59% of spread bets, while 65% of spread money is on the Rams.

DK's total opened at 44, peaked at 46.5 multiple times during the week and is now 45.5. The Under is netting 56% of tickets/68% of money.

UPDATE 3:30 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY: PointsBet opened the Seahawks at -3 (-105) Sunday night and quickly moved to -2.5. By Monday afternoon, Seattle was down to -1, and the line has since bounced between -1 and pick 'em.

That noted, early spread play is heavy on the Seahawks, at 69% of bets and an overwhelming 97% of money. Line movement toward the Rams was due primarily to news that QB Matthew Stafford is expected to start Sunday. Stafford is returning from a thumb injury.

The total is also on the move, opening at 44.5, stretching to 46 by Monday afternoon and getting to 46.5 in the past hour. However, the Under is seeing 57% of tickets/70% of money.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Seattle (6-3 SU/4-5 ATS) went back-and-forth with Washington in Week 10. The Seahawks gave up a TD with 52 seconds left, allowing the Commanders to tie the game at 26. But Seattle moved down the field and won 29-26 on a field goal as time expired.

However, the Seahawks failed to cover the 6-point spread and are in an 0-4-1 ATS rut.

Los Angeles (3-6 SU/4-4-1 ATS) got a well-timed bye in Week 10. The Rams lost three in a row and are in a 1-5 SU and ATS rut overall. In Week 9, minus QB Matthew Stafford (thumb), L.A. lost to Green Bay 20-3 catching 4 points on the road.

"This line will depend on the health of Matthew Stafford. But the Rams having signed Carson Wentz, a competent NFL quarterback, keeps this game under 3 regardless. Not all backups are created equal," Michaelson said. "The Rams have injury issues obviously, but Seattle is just not power-rated that highly. The wiseguys bet against the Seahawks today [vs. Commanders], and going to 3 we feel would invite more of that."

The SuperBook held firm in its NFL odds Week 11 market tonight, with the Seahawks -2.5 and the total 44.5.

Cincinnati Bengals vs Baltimore Ravens Odds

Lamar Jackson and the Ravens aim to bounce back against the Bengals. (Getty)
Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Ravens -4
  • Opening moneyline: Ravens -195/Bengals +165
  • Opening total: Over/Under 44 points scored
  • Time: 8:15 p.m. ET Thursday (Prime)

UPDATE 7:30 P.M. ET THURSDAY: As kickoff approaches, BetMGM has Baltimore laying 3.5 points. The Ravens opened -4, went to 3.5 a couple times Monday morning, returned to -4, then went to -3.5 (-115) Tuesday. Baltimore has been -3.5 flat since Wednesday.

It's solid two-way spread play with a lean toward the Bengals, at 54% of tickets/53% of money. On the moneyline, Cincy is getting 67% of tickets/58% money.

"It seems we'll be OK with either outcome, as long as it isn't a shootout," BetMGM's Christian Cipollini said.

The total shot from 43.5 to 46 by Monday, then nudged to 46.5 this afternoon. The Over is seeing 59% of tickets/72% of money. BetMGM Nevada's Scott Shelton said there was sharp play early in the week on Over 43.5/44.

UPDATE 2 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY: Baltimore opened as 2.5-point home chalk Sunday night at PointsBet, a Fanatics Experience. Within about 30 minutes, that number leapt up to Ravens -4, and it's since toggled between -4/-3.5 a couple times.

The Ravens are now -3.5 on solid two-way action with a lean toward the Bengals. Cincy is drawing 54% of early spread tickets/53% of early spread money.

"The line moved in the direction of the Ravens, despite unexpected losses from both teams last week," PointsBet trader Jack Meenan said, while noting injuries are key in this matchup. "The Ravens seemed to escape significant damage, with Marlon Humphrey and Ronnie Stanley, cornerstone vets on both sides of the ball, being designated as day-to-day going into Thursday Night Football. Ja'Marr Chase played what most would call a reduced role on Sunday vs. the Texans, but seemingly will be back to 100 percent this week.

"But Tee Higgins seems a major doubt and is looking pretty unlikely to go, along with star edge rusher Trey Hendrickson."

Higgins (hamstring) missed last week's loss to Houston. Hendrickson suffered a hyperextended knee against Houston.

"We have similar money on both sides. But when the spread reached Ravens -4 here, we saw some resistance, and Bengals +4 was popular among bettors, settling back at -3.5," Meenan said. "It's unlikely to see a movement through the key 3 here before Thursday, but stranger things have happened. Injuries are still one thing to watch.

"With [Browns QB] Deshaun Watson out for the rest of the season, these teams have renewed hope of winning the toughest division in football. This matchup will be pivotal.”

PointsBet opened the total at 44 and got to 46 by Tuesday morning. Early ticket count is 2/1 and early money almost 8/1 on the Over.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Two teams thought to be very much on the rise were upset victims at home in Week 10.

Baltimore saw its four-game SU win streak (3-1 ATS) come to an end as a 6-point home favorite vs. Cleveland. The Ravens (7-3 SU/6-4 ATS) blew a 31-17 fourth-quarter lead, losing 33-30 on a final-seconds field goal.

Cincinnati, a 5.5-point favorite, rallied from a 27-17 fourth-quarter deficit, tying Houston at 27 on a field goal with 1:33 remaining. But the Bengals (5-4 SU/4-4-1 ATS)) also gave up a final-seconds field goal, losing 30-27.

The SuperBook had to hash things out a bit to reach an opener on Bengals-Ravens.

"Lots of discussion in the risk room on this game," SuperBook risk supervisor Chase Michaelson said. "The game closed -3 on last week's lookahead. After both teams had tough home losses this week, we bumped it to Baltimore -4. That felt like a very fluky close loss for Baltimore, and the Ravens' power rating hasn't taken much of a hit.

"This game is far too good for Thursday Night Football. It feels like it should switch places with Vikings-Broncos."

Vikings-Broncos is the Sunday night game. More on that below.

Pittsburgh Steelers vs Cleveland Browns Odds

The Browns are a perhaps surprising 6-3 SU and ATS this season. (Getty)
Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Browns -4
  • Opening moneyline: Browns -195/Steelers +165
  • Opening total: Over/Under 38.5 points scored
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET Sunday (CBS)

UPDATE 10:45 A.M. ET SUNDAY: Cleveland opened -4 in BetMGM's NFL odds Week 12 market. On Wednesday, in the wake of Deshaun Watson (shoulder) being announced out for the season. the line hit several numbers on its way to Pittsburgh -1.5.

But it then rebounded to Browns -1 by Wednesday night and ultimately got to Browns -2.5 Saturday. It's now Cleveland -1.5 (-115), with 55% of tickets/51% of money on Pittsburgh.

The total plunged from 38.5 to 33 Wednesday, with multiple stops along the way. Today, it bounced up a bit to 33.5 and 34 at BetMGM. The Under is taking 53% of tickets/61% of money.

UPDATE 5:30 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY: News broke this morning that Browns QB Deshaun Watson would undergo season-ending shoulder surgery. No surprise, market reaction was swift. Cleveland dropped straight from -4 to -2.5 at PointsBet, and by early this afternoon, the line jumped the fence to Pittsburgh -1. The line is now at pick 'em.

All that movement came after the Browns opened -4 and initially ticked up to -4.5 Sunday evening. Spread tickets are running dead even, but 88% of spread money is on the Steelers in the early going.

The total also initially nudged up at PointsBet, from 37.5 to 38.5 Sunday night. But it was down to 36 even before the Watson news, and today, it plunged to a tidy 33.5.

The Under is drawing 57% of bets and a healthy 88% of money.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Cleveland (6-3 SU and ATS) nabbed arguably the biggest upset of Week 10. The Browns went to Baltimore as 6-point underdogs and trailed 31-17 early in the fourth quarter. But Cleveland's defense didn't allow another point and in fact scored a TD off an interception return to draw within 31-30 with 8:30 remaining.

Dustin Hopkins then missed the extra point. However, Hopkins redeemed himself by making a 40-yard field goal as time expired, giving the Browns a 33-31 victory.

And somehow, Pittsburgh found a way to win while getting outgained once again. The fact that the Steelers (6-3 SU and ATS) grinded out 205 rushing yards on 36 attempts probably helped quite a bit.

Pittsburgh still got outgained 399-324 in total yards, but beat Green Bay 23-19 as 3-point home chalk.

"We continue to be mystified by how Pittsburgh pulls out wins – a 6-3 record, 0-9 in yards. Amazing," Michaelson said. "The Browns' road win today over Baltimore was very impressive. I could see this game being bet back down toward 3, just because the market wishes every NFL game would be 3.

"But we feel Cleveland has a higher power rating than Pittsburgh."

Neither the line nor total moved tonight at The SuperBook.

Tennessee Titans vs Jacksonville Jaguars Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Jaguars -6.5
  • Opening moneyline: Jaguars -300/Titans +240
  • Opening total: Over/Under 40 points scored
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET Sunday (CBS)

UPDATE 10:45 A.M. ET SUNDAY: Not much has changed since Friday at BetMGM (see below update). Jacksonville is -6.5 (-115), with spread tickets 4/1 and spread money 6/1 on the Jags.

The total inched from 40 to 39.5, with ticket count dead even and 68% of money on the Over.

UPDATE NOON ET FRIDAY: Jacksonville made the modest adjustment from -6.5 to -6.5 (-120) Wednesday at BetMGM. That's where the line remains today, with early tickets 6/1 and early money beyond 9/1 on the favored Jaguars.

The total is nailed to 40 at BetMGM, with 52% of tickets/57% of money on the Over.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Entering Week 10, Jacksonville was among the hottest teams in the NFL, riding a five-game SU and ATS surge. But San Francisco put the Jags in their place, as Jacksonville (6-3 SU and ATS) tumbled 34-3 catching 3 points at home.

Tennessee (3-6 SU/4-5 ATS) didn't fare much better at Tampa Bay, mustering only a pair of field goals. The Titans closed as 2.5-point pups and lost 20-6.

The spread and total are stable tonight in The SuperBook's NFL odds Week 11 market.

Chicago Bears vs Detroit Lions Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Lions vs
Bears
-7.5 (-115)
+7.5 (-105)
o47.5 (-118)
u47.5 (-104)
-405
+320
  • Opening point spread: Lions -9
  • Opening moneyline: Lions -550/Bears +400
  • Opening total: Over/Under 47 points scored
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET Sunday (FOX)

UPDATE 10:45 A.M. ET SUNDAY: On game day, the Lions are -7.5 (-115) at BetMGM, down considerably from the -9.5 opener and Monday's -10.5 high point. Detroit receded to -9/-8/-7.5, all on Wednesday, then went to -8 Saturday.

Line drop aside, spread tickets are still 3/1-plus and spread money 2.5/1 on the Lions.

The total climbed from 46 to 47 Monday, then 47.5/48 Wednesday. But tickets and money on the Over/Under are almost dead even.

UPDATE 2:30 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY: PointsBet pegged the Lions as 9.5-point favorites to open, peaked at -10.5 a couple times Monday, then bottomed out at -8.5 this morning. Detroit is now -9.5 again, while netting 71% of early spread bets/60% of early spread dollars.

The total opened at 45.5 and spent the first half of the week mostly toggling between 46.5 and 47. It's currently 47, with tickets 2/1 and money beyond 9/1 on the Over.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Detroit (7-2 SU and ATS) only enhanced its status as a public darling in Week 10. The Lions won a shootout against the Chargers 41-38 on a field goal as time expired. Detroit, which led by 14 twice in the second quarter, narrowly covered as a 2-point road fave.

Chicago (3-7 SU/3-6-1 ATS) enters off a mini-bye, having played in the Week 10 Thursday nighter. The Bears closed as 3.5-point favorites and edged Carolina 16-13.

The spread and total remain Lions -9/47 tonight on The SuperBook's NFL Week 11 odds board.

Las Vegas Raiders vs Miami Dolphins Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Dolphins -10
  • Opening moneyline: Dolphins -500/Raiders +375
  • Opening total: Over/Under 48 points scored
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET Sunday (CBS)

UPDATE 11 A.M. ET SUNDAY: Miami hit Caesars Sports' NFL odds Week 11 market at -9 and climbed all week. The Dolphins stretched to -11.5 by Monday afternoon, got to -13.5 Wednesday and spent the past four days toggling between -13.5 and -14 at various juice.

Miami is now -14 (-115), while taking 70% of spread tickets. But 55% of spread cash is actually on Las Vegas.

The total opened at 48 and peaked at 48.5 a couple times early in the week. However, it dropped off to 46 by Saturday night, and it's down another 2 points to 44 this morning. Current Caesars splits aren't available.

UPDATE NOON ET FRIDAY: The Dolphins opened -10 at BetMGM and by Wednesday afternoon were all the way out to -13.5. Miami made stops along the way at -10.5/-11/-11.5/-12.

Point-spread ticket count is 3/1 and spread money 9/1 on Miami.

The total climbed from 47.5 to 48.5 Monday, then backed up to 46.5 by late Tuesday morning. The Under is getting 55% of tickets and a hefty 81% of cash so far.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Miami (6-3 SU and ATS) got a much-needed bye in Week 10, having faced the Chiefs and Eagles in Weeks 7 and 9, respectively. In that Week 9 tilt vs. Kansas City, the Dolphins fell 21-14 as 1-point home favorites.

Las Vegas (5-5 SU and ATS) didn't necessarily shine in the Week 10 Sunday nighter against the offensively challenged New York Jets. But the Raiders hung on for a 16-12 victory catching 1 point at home.

The SuperBook took Raiders-Dolphins off its odds board during the Jets-Raiders game. Raiders-Dolphins will go back up Monday morning.

"The Raiders' win over the Giants doesn't look so impressive after today, does it?" Michaelson asked during the Raiders' Sunday night struggle session with the Jets. "Miami has a tendency to beat up on bad teams at home. I would think we will need the Raiders."

Dallas Cowboys vs Carolina Panthers Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Panthers vs
Cowboys
+11.5 (-115)
-11.5 (-105)
o43.5 (-108)
u43.5 (-112)
+430
-590
  • Opening point spread: Cowboys -10.5
  • Opening moneyline: Cowboys -650/Panthers +450
  • Opening total: Over/Under 42.5 points scored
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET Sunday (FOX)

UPDATE NOON ET SUNDAY: Dallas opened -10.5 last Sunday night at Caesars Sports. The Cowboys hit -11 Monday and Tuesday, and they've been at -10.5 steady since Tuesday.

It's all Cowboys on the spread, with ticket count 8/1 and money 6/1.

The total opened at 42.5, spent pretty much all week at 42, then returned to 42.5 late Saturday night. It's now up to 43. Current Caesars splits aren't available.

UPDATE NOON ET FRIDAY: BetMGM pegged Dallas a 10.5-point favorite at the outset in its NFL odds Week 11 market. On Monday, the Cowboys nudged up to -11, then returned to -10.5 Tuesday.

Dallas is landing 72% of early spread bets/60% of early spread money.

The total inched from 41.5 to 42 Monday and hasn't moved since. Ticket count is 5/1 and money 9/1 on the Over.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Dallas (6-3 SU and ATS) did pretty much what everyone expected against the undermanned New York Giants. The Cowboys ran out to a 42-7 lead through three quarters, then let off the gas in a 49-17 win laying 17.5 points at home.

Carolina (1-8 SU/2-6-1 ATS) fell to Chicago 16-13 in the Week 10 Thursday nighter. On the bright side, the Panthers cashed as 3.5-point road 'dogs, just their second cover of the season.

Arizona Cardinals vs Houston Texans Odds

Houston's C.J. Stroud and Robert Woods had reason to celebrate in Cincinnati. (Getty)
Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Texans -5
  • Opening moneyline: Texans -200/Cardinals +170
  • Opening total: Over/Under 48 points scored
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET Sunday (CBS)

UPDATE NOON ET SUNDAY: The Texans dropped from -5.5 straight to -4 Monday in BetMGM's NFL Week 11 odds market. But Houston rebounded to -5/-5.5 Wednesday and -6 Saturday.

This morning, the Texans dipped to -5.5 (-115), but they're now at -6 (-105). That said, 51% of spread bets/62% of spread dollars are on underdog Arizona. Moneyline action also favors the underdog Cardinals, at just shy of 2/1 tickets and money.

BetMGM's total opened at 48.5, touched 49 a couple times early in the week and fell back to 48 Friday. It's still at 48 today, with ticket count 2.5/1 and money 4/1 on the Over.

UPDATE 2 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY: Houston opened -4.5, peaked at -5.5 late Sunday night, then fell back to -4 Monday morning. Late this morning, the Texans returned to the -4.5 opener. Ticket count is 2/1 and money 2.5/1 on Houston.

Bettors are also enthused by futures markets involving Texans QB C.J. Stroud.

"C.J. Stroud's rookie status is just about the only thing stopping him from being the betting favorite for the MVP award," Meenan said. "He already has Offensive Rookie of the Year all but wrapped up. He's still in with a shot to take down both awards at 20/1."

Meenan said Stroud has helped put Houston in a good position this week and going forward.

"With the Jaguars' loss to the 49ers, the AFC South tightens up. The Texans have a material chance of making the playoffs under DeMeco Ryans, who has also thrust himself into Coach of the Year contention," Meenan said. "Seeing how the young Houston core can perform down the stretch will be very interesting, when [the Texans] are possibly the most exciting team in the league right now."

The total bounced around quite a bit early at PointsBet. After opening at 49, it dropped to 47.5 by Monday afternoon, but it's since climbed back to 49. Tickets and money are in the 3/1 range on the Over.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: C.J. Stroud is definitely making believers out of Texans backers. After an 0-2 SU and ATS start, Houston is on a 5-2 SU and ATS upswing. In Week 10 at Cincinnati, the Texans (5-4 SU and ATS) stunned Cincinnati 30-27, winning on a final-seconds field goal.

The long-awaited return of Kyler Murray was successful for Arizona (2-8 SU/5-5 ATS). Murray ran for a first-half TD and led a two-minute drill at the end, with the Cards beating Atlanta 25-23 on a field goal as time expired. Arizona was a 2-point home 'dog.

The Cards-Texans line quickly got bet up from Houston -5 to -5.5 tonight in The SuperBook's NFL odds Week 11 market. The total is also on the move early, advancing from 48 to 48.5 and 49 tonight.

Los Angeles Chargers vs Green Bay Packers Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Packers vs
Chargers
+3 (-114)
-3 (-106)
o43.5 (-115)
u43.5 (-105)
+134
-158
  • Opening point spread: Chargers -3.5
  • Opening moneyline: Chargers -170/Packers +145
  • Opening total: Over/Under 44 points scored
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET Sunday (FOX)

UPDATE NOON ET FRIDAY: BetMGM opened L.A. -3.5 and adjusted shortly thereafter Sunday night to -3.5 (-105). On Monday, the Chargers dipped to -3 (-120), and they've been at -3 flat since Tuesday.

Contrary to the move, spread tickets are running 3/1 and spread money 2/1-plus on road favorite Los Angeles.

BetMGM's total dipped from 44.5 to 44 Monday and has since been stable. The Over is taking 52% of tickets, while 64% of cash is on the Under.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Los Angeles (4-5 SU and ATS) fell behind by 14 points twice in the first half against Detroit. The Chargers, 2-point home pups, rallied to turn the game into a back-and-forth scoring bonanza. L.A. tied it at 38 with 3:34 remaining, but lost 41-38 on yet another Week 10 game-ending field goal.

Green Bay (3-6 SU/4-5 ATS) is finding the Aaron Rodgers-less era fairly unappealing. In Week 10, the Packers lost to Pittsburgh 23-19 getting 3 points on the road.

Chargers-Packers saw only a juice adjustment at The SuperBook tonight. L.A. went from -3.5 flat to -3 (even).

New York Giants vs Washington Commanders Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Commanders -10
  • Opening moneyline: Commanders -500/Giants +375
  • Opening total: Over/Under 37 points scored
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET Sunday (FOX)

UPDATE NOON ET FRIDAY: Washington hit BetMGM's NFL Week 12 odds board at -9.5 (-115) Sunday night. On Monday morning, the Commanders moved to -10, then on Wednesday afternoon fell back to -9.5 (-105).

As bad as the Giants are, early spread ticket count is 2/1 and early spread money 6/1 on New York.

The total toggled between 37.5 and 37 a couple times early in the week. It's been stable at 37 since Tuesday, with 55% of tickets on the Under/60% of money on the Over.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: No surprise, shorthanded New York (2-8 SU/2-7-1 ATS) couldn't keep pace with Dallas in Week 10. With third-string QB Tommy DeVito starting, the Giants got boat-raced 49-17 as 17.5-point road 'dogs.

Washington (4-6 SU/5-4-1 ATS) gave Seattle a better challenge than anticipated. The Commanders tied the game at 26 on a TD with 52 seconds left. But in yet another Week 10 field-goal finish, Washington lost 29-26 as time expired. The Commanders cashed as 6-point road pups.

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