Matt Meiselman gives football betting analysis and insight for Week 11 of the NFL, including line movement and betting splits.
NFL Week 11 is setting up to be a messy one, particularly in terms of the starting quarterbacks around the league. The Freaky full movie Saints are reportedly going to start Taysom Hill with Drew Brees injured, deciding not to go with Jameis Winston at least for the time being. Elsewhere, it looks like Teddy Bridgewater will be out for the Panthers, while Drew Lock’s status is in doubt for the Broncos. All in all, Freaky online free there’s actually not much betting line movement at DraftKings Sportsbook, but that could certainly change by Sunday.
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The Dolphins are getting a lot of love from DraftKings Sportsbook bettors as well and, as mentioned above, it probably has a lot to do with the status of Broncos quarterback Drew Lock. Lock was hurt in last week’s loss to the Raiders and whether or not he plays figures to have a significant impact on Sunday’s betting line.
The line movement for the Lions seems to be entirely due to the Teddy Bridgewater injury, and the more notable adjustment is coming from the Cowboys’ Come Play full movie game in Minnesota. Andy Dalton will be back this week, and even with most bettors taking the Vikings the line is still moving toward Dallas. The Come Play online free handle percentage here is in the opposite direction of the bet percentage, and that appears to be what’s causing the line to move. The Cowboys just covered their first spread of the season in Week 9, but sharp bettors seem to be banking on them to do it again in Week 11.
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The Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks kicked off Week 11 on Thursday, as Russell Wilson got the better of Kyler Murray this time around. Newly-acquired defensive lineman Carlos Dunlap made the game-winning sack on Murray as the Cardinals were trying to orchestrate a game-winning drive, and prevented what could have been another “Hail Murray.”
As we inch deeper and deeper into the regular season, the injury reports begin to expand. We already know we will be without several stars this Sunday such as running back Christian McCaffrey and quarterback Drew Brees, but what other players could miss action this week? Check out our full injury rundown below that also includes game statues for Week 11 below. All NFL odds come via William Hill Sportsbook.
The Browns losing Garrett this week is certainly a big storyline, but there are a couple of players who could end up being cleared in time for this weekend. According to the Browns’ official website, head coach Kevin Stefanski said he’s “hopeful” offensive tackle Jack Conklin and kicker Cody Parkey are cleared to return on Saturday. Offensive tackle Chris Hubbard and fullback Andy Janovich are also currently on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
While Pittsburgh will be limited at running back, they will be getting back cornerback Mike Hilton, who has missed Pittsburgh’s last four games with a shoulder injury. Hilton has recorded 29 tackles, three sacks, an interception and three passes defensed in five games.
Despite Minshew’s status, the Jaguars are expecting rookie Jake Luton to make his third consecutive start. With Shenault out, Luton will have to rely more on running back James Robinson and receivers DJ Chark and Keelan Cole.
Analysis to come.
We knew McCaffrey was going to miss this week, but the Panthers are still remaining hopeful that Bridgewater will be able to suit up vs. the Lions after a week of limited practices. As you can see from Carolina’s final injury report, the Panthers are pretty banged up, so having their starting quarterback on the field is more important than ever. If he cannot go, expect former XFL star P.J. Walker to get the start.
Analysis to come.
The biggest development for the Bengals on Friday was that Mixon will miss another week with his foot injury. Cincinnati’s rushing attack just hasn’t been the same without him, which means Joe Burrow will again have to try to shoulder the load against Washington’s scrappy defense.
For Washington, Christian was put on injured reserve this week, so he will miss at least three more games. Washington had been starting Lucas at left tackle, but he has been ruled out this week with an ankle injury. Expect Morgan Moses to move over to the left side. Washington is also hoping Hopkins will be available to kick this weekend.
No Falcons players had an injury designation for this important divisional matchup on Sunday. All eyes were on wide receiver Calvin Ridley, who was a limited participant in practice all week with a foot injury, but he appears ready to roll against the Saints. Defensive end Dante Fowler is still on the team’s reserve/COVID-19 list.
Running back Alvin Kamara, whose lingering foot injury kept him out of Thursday’s practice, will play after being a full participant on Friday. Drew Brees, who suffered multiple upper body injuries over a two-week span, was placed on injured reserve on Friday and will be out for at least three weeks. Taysom Hill is expected to start in his place.
Analysis to come.
Analysis to come.
Minnesota is hopeful Dantzler and Smith will be able to suit up on Sunday, and head coach Mike Zimmer is also optimistic fullback C.J. Ham will as well. He did not practice all week due to his being on the reserve/COVID-19 list, but could be active this weekend.
While the Packers are confident that receiver Davante Adams (ankle) will play after being limited during Friday’s practice (he did not practice on Thursday), the team will continue to ev