Harry Mayes (@harrymayesTU):
Harry Mayes, representing our partners at Vig It (@Vig_it), gave us a full slate of games to bet on in college football and for Week 11 NFL action.
- Alabama -17.5 1H over Kentucky
- Liberty/NC State o65
- Eagles +3 over Browns
- Jaguars +10.5 over Steelers
- Jets +9.5 over Chargers
- Rams/Buccaneers u48
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Mark Drumheller (@x_drumheller): NFL picks for Week 11.
Kansas City -8 over Las Vegas. KC is an outstanding 15-3 ATS in their last 18 plus this is a game the Chiefs have had circled since the Raiders upset them at Arrowhead. Reid off a bye in a revenge situation is as good as it gets. Don't let the number scare you. Cash in on the Chiefs.
Tennessee +5 over Baltimore. Both these teams closed as a pick'em or short dog the last two weeks against the Colts, which tells me this should be a pick'em as well. The large number signals significant value on the Titans who made Lamar Jackson miserable last postseason. Key injuries to both sides of the line have compromised the Ravens foundation. Take advantage with the Titans.
Miami -3.5 over Denver. Miami has covered 5 straight and average beating the spread by an NFL's best +10.6 pts per game. The Fish are #1 in the NFL in 1H scoring the last three weeks while Denver is dead last. This line is too short for Denver to squeeze in the back door. Expect a route by the hottest team in the NFL.
Washington -1.5 over Cincinnati. Alex Smith is getting more comfortable after hanging 390 on the Lions, but it's the matchup on the other side of the ball that will bring home the cash. Washington allows the least amount of passing yards in the NFL, and has a pass rush that will disrupt a beat up Bengals team that was trounced by Pittsburgh last week. I like the Bengal's future, but that has nothing to do with this match up Sunday. Washington is the better "Football Team".
New Orleans -3.5 over Atlanta. The Saints are #1 in overall DVOA and there is a case to be made that they are the most complete team in football. The market made the same mistake last year when Brees went out and Saints backers cashed big. I expect much of the same as Payton dismantles an Atlanta defense that is 31st in explosive pass plays allowed since Dan Quinn was fired. Fade the Falcons.
Tony "Jigsaw" Cutillo (@TCutillo23):
Week 11 Stars....
Justin Herbert (NYJ) -- The Jets were already sinking when the season started and now the rookie sensation will show how far they've sunk. He has been above 25ppg in 6 of 8 and never below 22. Trust in Justin is REAL.
Kalen Ballage (NYJ) -- It's the Chargers stack in full effect. Kalen has been getting the rock 73% of the time and has one more week to show he can produce at a high level. Owners should take full advantage of this matchup.
Robby Anderson (DET) -- No matter what QB plays in Carolina, Robby will get back on track with a performance that looks more like the first half of the season. He will exploit a mediocre secondary who is susceptible to the big play.
Week 11 Stiffs....
Derek Carr (KC) -- Over the last 3 weeks, Derek has not been a very good fantasy QB (111, 165, 144) and week 11 will not do anything to change that direction. At a 12.3ppg average, you can do much better at this position.
Baltimore RBs (TEN) -- Stay away from this 3 way split immediately. Lamar Jackson will be and continues to show why he is the #1 RB on this team.
Robert Woods (TB) -- As Josh Reynolds rises, Robert Woods falls. His snaps have dropped by a clip of 7% each week and continue to trend in a downward direction. Add all this to the struggle Goff will have based the loss of his All-Pro LT and it sets you up for failure.
Victor Williams (@ThePhillyPod): The Eagles caught a break with the NFL sack leader Myles Garrett being placed on the COVID-19 list this week. I would expect this game to be low scoring considering Cleveland only put up 10 points last week and the Eagles only mustered 17 points against a hapless Giants defense. Doug Pederson needs to let Carson Wentz play his game and not try to limit his playmaking if he hopes to pull this game out. Nick Chubb leads the NFL in yards per carry, with Miles Sanders right behind him. This should be a run-heavy game on both sides