What do you get the football team that has everything? A week off. The Philadelphia Eagles have the best record in the NFL at 8-1 SU and 7-2 ATS; they have talented players at every facet of the game, and after taking the bye in Week 10, they’re 4-point road favorites on the NFL lines for Sunday night’s game against the Dallas Cowboys (5-4 SU and ATS). The Cowboys, on the other hand, are battered and bruised; left tackle Tyron Smith (groin) and linebacker Sean Lee (hamstring) are iffy to play after sitting out the open portion of Wednesday’s practice.

Here are four more key matchups to look forward to on the Week 11 NFL odds board, all times Eastern:


Thursday: Tennessee Titans at Pittsburgh Steelers (8:25 PM, NBC)

The Titans (6-3 SU, 3-5-1 ATS) may be in first place in the AFC South, but they haven’t played quite as well as their record would indicate. They’ll be tested on multiple fronts when they visit the Steelers (7-2 SU, 5-4 ATS), including the weather, which should be in the high 30s at kick-off. The Under is 8-1 for Pittsburgh this year; the total for Thursday’s game is 44.5 as we go to press.


Sunday: Los Angeles Rams at Minnesota Vikings (1 PM, FOX)

Case Keenum will start for the Vikings (7-2 SU, 6-3 ATS) when they take on his former employers. He made nine starts for the Rams (7-2 SU, 6-3 ATS) last year and another five in 2015, when they were still in St. Louis. But there’s a difference: The Rams now have the best defense in the league, and they’re only 2-point road dogs in this contest.


Sunday: New England Patriots “at” Oakland Raiders (4:25 PM, CBS)

This isn’t a true home game for the Raiders (4-5 SU, 3-5-1 ATS), but they did win straight up and against the spread at Azteca Stadium in Mexico City last year, and it’s not like Oakland is much of a home for this Vegas-bound franchise. The Patriots (7-2 SU, 5-4 ATS) will be a popular NFL pick as 7-point favorites. Playing at high altitude could help both teams jump over the 54.5-point total. 


Monday: Atlanta Falcons at Seattle Seahawks (8:30 PM, ESPN)

The Seahawks (6-3 SU, 3-5-1 ATS) are having trouble keeping up with LA in the NFC West, and they’ll be without cornerback Richard Sherman (ruptured Achilles) for the rest of the year. The Falcons (5-4 SU, 3-6 ATS), however, will have to leave their cozy confines and play in the cold Pacific Northwest rain. They’re 3-point road dogs in an otherwise close matchup on paper.


*Odds as of November 16, 2017