2014 NFL Week 11 Odds – Week 11 Lines Breakdown

Last Updated: November 12th, 2014 by Chad A. Dawkins

Listed below you will find the complete listing of all the NFL lines for all the upcoming week 11 matchups from JustBet Sportsbook. All times Eastern.

Thursday, November 13th

Buffalo at Miami (-5, 42) 8:25 PM NFL Network

The Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins take the field on Thursday night in an AFC East divisional matchup. Both teams are coming off tough losses in week 10. The Dolphins lost to the Lions 20-16, while the Bills suffered a 17-13 defeat to Kansas City.

Sunday, November 16th

Minnesota at Chicago (-3, 42) 1:00 PM FOX

The Minnesota Vikings take on the Chicago Bears in an NFC North clash. The Vikings are coming off their bye week, while the Bears are coming off a demoralizing 55-14 defeat at the hands of Green Bay. Chicago has given up a combined 106 points in the past two games.

Houston at Cleveland (-3, 42) 1:00 PM CBS

The Houston Texans take on the Cleveland Browns from First Energy Field in Cleveland. Houston is coming off their bye week, while Cleveland is coming off a huge 24-3 win over Cincinnati. The Browns also snapped a 17 game divisional road losing streak in their upset win.

Seattle at Kansas City (-2, 42) 1:00 PM FOX

The Seattle Seahawks will look to make it 3 wins in a row when they host the Kansas City Chiefs, who have won 4 in a row. Seattle pulled away in the 2nd half to defeat the New York Giants 38-17, while Kansas City got a road win at Buffalo, 17-13.

Atlanta at Carolina (-2, 46.5) 1:00 PM FOX

The Atlanta Falcons broke a 4 game losing skid defeating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 24-17 last Sunday. They’ll look to make it 2 wins in a row when they take on the struggling Carolina Panthers, who have lost 4 games in a row.

Cincinnati at New Orleans (-7, 50.5) 1:00 PM CBS

2 teams that suffered crushing home losses will look to rebound as the New Orleans Saints host the Cincinnati Bengals. The Bengals were dominated at home 24-3 by their rival Browns, while new Orleans lost 27-24 in overtime to San Francisco.

Tampa Bay at Washington (-7, 45.5) 1:00 PM FOX

The 1-8 Tampa Bay Buccaneers take on the 3-6 Washington Redskins in a game between 2 of the more disappointing teams in the NFC. Robert Griffin III will get his 2nd straight start, while the quarterback position might be up in the air for Tampa Bay.

Denver (-9.5, 51) at St. Louis 1:00 PM CBS

The 7-2 Denver Broncos made it look easy when they scored 5 unanswered touchdowns in a 41-10 route of Oakland. They’ll take on the St. Louis Rams, who lost to Arizona last Sunday 31-14 after 2 late defensive touchdowns by Arizona put the game out of reach.

San Francisco (-4, 44) at NY Giants 1:00 PM FOX

The San Francisco 49ers will look to build on the huge road win in New Orleans when they take on the struggling 3-6 New York Giants, who have lost 4 games in a row.

Oakland at San Diego (-10.5, 44.5) 4:05 PM CBS

The San Diego Chargers had their bye week to reflect on their 37-0 loss at Miami in week 9. Well the winless Oakland Raiders might be just what the doctor ordered for the Chargers, who have all of a sudden lost 3 in a row after a 5-1 start.

Detroit at Arizona (-2, 41) 4:25 PM FOX

One of the better matchups of week 11 take place from Glendale, Arizona, as the 8-1 Arizona Cardinals take on the 7-2 Detroit Lions. The Cardinals will have Drew Stanton behind center after starter Carson Palmer suffered a season ending ACL tear in a win over St. Louis.

Philadelphia at Green Bay (-5, 55) 4:25 PM FOX

Two of the hottest teams in the NFC take the Field win the Green Bay Packers host the Philadelphia Eagles. Both teams lit up the scoreboard in week 10, with Green Bay winning 55-14, and Philadelphia winning 45-21.

New England at Indianapolis (-3, 57.5) 8:30 PM NBC

All eyes will be on Indianapolis when the 7-2 New England Patriots take on the Indianapolis Colts from Lucas Oil Stadium. These two teams met in the AFC divisional round of the playoffs last season, with New England winning 43-22 in Foxboro.

Monday, November 17th

Pittsburgh (-6, 47) at Tennessee 8:30 PM ESPN

The Pittsburgh Steelers were thought to be in a letdown spot last Sunday. That letdown came to fruition as the Steelers lost to the 2-8 New York Jets 30-13. They’ll look to rebound when they take on the struggling 2-7 Tennessee Titans.

Bye Week: Dallas, New York Jets, Jacksonville, Baltimore

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