NFL Week 11: Pats-Eagles in Super Bowl LII Rematch

There will be no undefeated team this year. The San Francisco 49ers have given up the dream, falling 27-24 in overtime to the Seattle Seahawks in Week 10. San Francisco lost as 6-point home favorites on the NFL odds board, dropping their first game of the season in epic fashion on Monday Night Football against their bitter NFC West rivals.

Now that the Niners are no longer undefeated, our attention turns to the NFL betting odds for Week 11, and the league’s other one-loss team – who have been waiting nearly two years for this opportunity. Here are the top 10 games on this week’s schedule at Bovada Sportsbook:

2019 NFL Week 11 Best Odds and Matchups

1. New England Patriots at Philadelphia Eagles (Sunday, 4:25 PM ET, CBS)

This is the long-awaited rematch of Super Bowl LII, where the Eagles (5-4 SU, 4-5 ATS) upset the Patriots (8-1 SU, 6-3 ATS) 41-33 as 4.5-point underdogs at US Bank Stadium. The NFL lines at press time for Sunday’s sequel have New England favored by four in Philly.

2. Houston Texans at Baltimore Ravens (Sunday, 1 PM ET, CBS)

The Ravens (7-2 SU, 4-5 ATS) were the team that handed the defending champs their first loss of the 2019 campaign. They’ll be tested again this Sunday as 4.5-point home favorites versus Houston (6-3 SU, 5-4 ATS) in a battle of division leaders.

3. Kansas City Chiefs vs. Los Angeles Chargers (Monday, 8:15 PM ET, ESPN)

Estadio Azteca in Mexico City will play host to this AFC West rivalry game that has suddenly become very important for both teams. The Chiefs (6-4 SU, 5-5 ATS) are 4-point favorites despite losing four of their last six, while the Chargers (4-6 SU, 3-5-2 ATS) are still alive after winning two out of three.

4. Dallas Cowboys at Detroit Lions (Sunday, 1 PM ET, FOX)

Quarterbacks are very important when you bet on the NFL, so it’s common for a game to be “circled” and the odds put on hold when one of the starters is in doubt. That’s the case for Sunday’s game between the Cowboys (5-4 SU and ATS) and Lions (3-5-1 SU, 4-5 ATS); Matthew Stafford is iffy for Detroit with hip and back injuries.

5. Chicago Bears at Los Angeles Rams (Sunday, 8:20 PM ET, NBC)

It’s getting close to do-or-die for both the Bears (4-5 SU, 3-6 ATS) and the Rams (5-4 SU, 6-3 ATS). The defending NFC champs from Los Angeles are still in the hunt for at least a Wild Card, and they’re 7-point favorites against their offensively challenged guests on Sunday Night Football.

6. Jacksonville Jaguars at Indianapolis Colts (Sunday, 1 PM ET, CBS)

This game is also off the board at press time, with the Colts (5-4 SU, 4-4-1 ATS) uncertain about the status of QB Jacoby Brissett and his sprained knee. This injury could open up a chance for Jacksonville (4-5 SU, 5-4 ATS) to stay relevant in the tightly-packed AFC South race.

7. Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns (Thursday, 8:20 PM ET, FOX)

The Steelers (5-4 SU, 6-3 ATS) have resurrected their 2019 campaign with four straight wins, although the last three were at home. They’ll hit the road as 2.5-point underdogs to the wayward Browns (3-6 SU, 2-6-1 ATS).

8. Arizona Cardinals at San Francisco 49ers (Sunday, 4:05 PM ET, FOX)

With 8-2 Seattle taking the week off, the Niners (8-1 SU, 5-4 ATS) need a win this Sunday to remain alone on top of the NFC West. Their chances look good as 11.5-point favorites against the visiting Cardinals (3-6-1 SU, 7-3 ATS), but Arizona nearly won this matchup at home in Week 9.

9. New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Sunday, 1 PM ET, FOX)

It’s not the most competitive divisional game on this week’s schedule, but if the Saints (7-2 SU, 6-3 ATS) want a first-round bye in the playoffs, they’d better not let up against Tampa Bay (3-6 SU, 2-7 ATS) as 5.5-point road favorites.

10. Atlanta Falcons at Carolina Panthers (Sunday, 1 PM ET, FOX)

The other NFC South matchup for Week 11 has the Panthers (5-4 SU and ATS) hoping to improve their playoff chances at home against the Falcons (2-7 SU, 3-6 ATS), who are coming off a major upset win in New Orleans (–14). It would be less of an upset this time as 6-point road dogs in Charlotte.