The results of NFL week 10 in many cases barely seemed to affect the oddsmakers’ preconceptions of many teams in the league: The Titans, winners of five of the last six, are underdogs, as are the league-best 8-1 Vikings; meanwhile, the Bills, who have hardly resembled the prohibitive Super Bowl favorites the bookmakers thought they saw in the preseason, are favored by more than a touchdown. And so on -- this week’s lines are nuts.
Below then, for your consideration, run the point spreads and over/unders for the week 11 NFL games …
NFLbets’ hot(tish) takes:
– written by Os Davis
The New England Patriots have a problem with their offense. They lost to the Vikings and the Bills on Thursday night. The team has dropped two games in a row. Their offense is not dynamic in any way. It's a bad situation for the team. Bill Belichick made a mistake by putting Matt Patricia in charge of the offense and he needs to find a new play-caller. The Patriots are 6-6 and don't look anything like a playoff team now.
The Buccaneers and Saints are playing on Monday Night Football. The winner of the NFC South will have a losing record at the end of this season. Both teams are below .500. Saints lead the all-time series 39-23. Buccaneers won the game earlier this year 20-10. Andy Dalton will start for the Bucs instead of Jameis Winston. The Bucs are 27th in the NFL in scoring offense and 21st in defense. DraftKings Sportsbook has the Buccaneers as four-point home favorites. They have failed to cover in eight of their last nine games. Bucs have also lost eight out of last 9 games coming off of an overtime game.
The New York Giants are the home favorites against the Washington Commanders at MetLife Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Washington Commanders are a two-point favorite against the New York Giants. The Commander's quarterback Taylor Heinicke has led the team to five wins in six games. Since starting 6-1, the Giants have lost three out of their last four games, including their two defeats to the Detroit Lions and Dallas Cowboys.
Buffalo Bills beat New England Patriots 24-10 on Thursday night. Josh Allen passed for 223 yards and two touchdowns.
Buffalo Bills beat New England Patriots 24-10 on Thursday night. The Bills are now 9-3 and in the AFC East title race. Patriots are 6-6 and still in contention for the wild-card spot.