2012 NFL Week 11 Lines – Week Eleven Lines Breakdown

Last Updated: November 14th, 2012 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist)
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Tom BradyWeek 11 of the 2012 NFL schedule is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2012 Week 11 NFL football lines and (at the very bottom) spreads along with a breakdown of the current Week 11 NFL odds. Be sure to check out the free NFL picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this week by visiting the Free Sports Picks page on Sunday. You can also Purchase Expert Sports Picks from the expert sports handicappers.

Quarterback injuries are really the problem this week across the NFL, as there are a number of starters that have already either been ruled out or could be on the shelf this week that have kept the NFL Week 11 odds off the board as of Wednesday morning. The Monday Night Football affair between the Chicago Bears and the San Francisco 49ers is one of the biggest games of the week, but these two teams are both dealing with massive quarterback problems. Both QB Alex Smith and QB Jay Cutler suffered concussions last week, and it is unknown whether either one is going to be able to get into the saddle this week to face the other’s ferocious defense. It’s a shame as well, as this is a battle between two of the best teams in the NFC, and the winner might have the inside track towards a first round bye in the playoffs. For now though, the game is off the board and won’t likely have a line debut for at least another couple of days until matters are more clear for both sides.

Other quarterbacks aren’t even lucky enough to have the questionable tag put over their heads. QB Michael Vick knows that he is out for at least this week, and perhaps for the rest of the season as well. QB Nick Foles is going to make his first career start for the Philadelphia Eagles against the Washington Redskins, and that should make for an interesting game between a pair of rookies trying to make their mark. QB Robert Griffin III knows that this is a chance to get his team back into it. The winning team will be just two games back of the idle New York Giants in the NFC East, while the loser’s season is certainly over with. The Skins are laying 3.5 at home, but they still only have one win dating back to Week 2 of last year here in Landover.

The other quarterback that is out for this week is QB Ben Roethlisberger, who has a shoulder issue. QB Byron Leftwich has already been announced as the starter for this week’s game for the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the timing couldn’t possibly be any worse for this problem. Leftwich is going to be taking on the hated Baltimore Ravens at home, a game that absolutely has to be won, one would figure, if the black and gold are going to have a shot at winning the AFC North this year. Baltimore has to be licking its chops for sure, but this game isn’t just going to be a walk in the park regardless. When this line opened on Sunday, the Steelers were -3.5. Without Roethlisberger though, the oddsmakers have shifted the NFL point spreads by a whopping 6.5 points, taking the Ravens up to -3. This is the Sunday Night Football clash as well, so the national spotlight will be on both of these teams.

The other primetime game that we have yet to discuss is the Buffalo Bills against the Miami Dolphins on Thursday. These two teams are both hoping to stick around in the AFC East chase this year, but both know that their playoff hopes are fleeing quickly. One will keep hope alive, while the other will be in a lot of trouble and inevitably on the wrong side of the playoff window for the rest of the year. The Bills are laying 1.5-points in a series in which the home teams have thoroughly dominated through the years.

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It’s not like every quarterback is going to be out of the fold on Sunday, though. Two of the best are going to be meet in Motown on Sunday, where the Detroit Lions are going to be hosting the Green Bay Packers. QB Matthew Stafford and QB Aaron Rodgers are two of the best in the biz, and they are both going to be perennial 5,000-yard contenders if they can both stay healthy. Green Bay is really rolling, while the Lions are falling fast out of the NFC playoff picture. The Pack are favored by a field goal, but this is a dangerous game for sure for both sides.

QB Tom Brady has battled it out for years and years with QB Peyton Manning, and that’s what we have all become accustomed to seeing when the Indianapolis Colts and the New England Patriots hook up. Brady is still here, but Manning is gone, and another generation of this rivalry has been spawned. This is the first time that QB Andrew Luck will get a shot at a really, really big fish in the AFC, and if he and his team are going to make the playoffs and be able to compete if they get there, this is a game in which the team should at least stay remotely competitive. The Pats are -9 this week at Gillette Stadium, but it is clear that Indy knows that it has to have this game to stay in the AFC South race.

As far as Manning is concerned, he is going to be back at home this week with his Denver Broncos against the San Diego Chargers. The Bolts were up 24-0 when these two teams met a month ago at Qualcomm Stadium, but they totally screwed the pooch and ended up losing 35-24 behind a great second half rally by Manning and his teammates. This game will probably be the ultimate decider as to which team is going to win the AFC West, especially if it is Denver that wins the game. The Chargers have lost four out of five, and they have no respect whatsoever from the oddsmakers, who have them at +7.5 on Sunday in this AFC West rivalry game.

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Many of the other games on the slate are pitting teams against each other that are below .500. The New York Jets have never won a game at the Edward Jones Dome before, and they are hoping that that changes when they take on the St. Louis Rams, though the hosts are laying a field goal in this one. The New Orleans Saints are charging, and they can get back to .500 this week, as they are giving 4.5 on the road to the Oakland Raiders. Meanwhile, the Kansas City Chiefs, who now have officially led a game this year, are +3 at home against the Cincinnati Bengals, who only just snapped their losing streak last week at home against the aforementioned Giants. The Dallas Cowboys are running out of time to save their season, but they can take a step closer if they can beat the Cleveland Browns as 7.5 point home favorites this weekend. In the NFC South, the Carolina Panthers are +1.5 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who are trying to keep their name in the running for the playoffs in the NFC.

The only other two games that we have yet to discuss are the two games this week with the biggest sets of NFL odds. The Atlanta Falcons were just dealt their first loss of the season at the hands of the Saints, but they get to come back home this week to take on the Arizona Cardinals, fresh off of their bye. The Cards already have one win this year as double digit road underdogs against the Patriots, but this is going to be a tough task for sure. They’re not quite double digit pups in this one, but at +9.5, that’s essentially close enough.

Finally in the Lone Star State, the Houston Texans and Jacksonville Jaguars will meet for the second time this year. This is a series that has been dominated by Houston over the years, and this is going to be no exception whatsoever in all likelihood. The Texans, fresh off of that huge win on Sunday Night Football in Chicago, are -15.5 and the biggest favorites of the entire campaign.

In regards to ‘totals’, there are three this week in the 50s. The Saints and Raiders have the highest number of the week to shoot at, at 54.5, while the Colts and Patriots aren’t far behind at 53.5. The Packers and Lions feature an over/under of 51.5. Just one ‘total’ is in the 30s, as the Jets and Rams aren’t expected to get into the 40s with a number set at 38.5.

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Current Week 11 NFL Odds for Thursday, November 15th
305 Miami Dolphins +1.5
306 Buffalo Bills -1.5
Over/Under 45.5

The Week 11 NFL Spreads for Sunday, November 20th (1:00 ET Kickoffs)
411 Philadephia Eagles +3.5
412 Washington Redskins -3.5
Over/Under 43.5

413 Green Bay Packers -3
414 Detroit Lions +3
Over/Under 51.5

415 Arizona Cardinals +9.5
416 Atlanta Falcons -9.5
Over/Under 44

417 Tampa Bay Buccaneers -1.5
418 Carolina Panthers +1.5
Over/Under 48.5

419 Cleveland Browns +7.5
420 Dallas Cowboys -7.5
Over/Under 43.5

421 New York Jets +3
422 St. Louis Rams -3
Over/Under 38.5

425 Jacksonville Jaguars +15.5
426 Houston Texans -15.5
Over/Under 40.5

427 Cincinnati Bengals -3
428 Kansas City Chiefs +3
Over/Under 43.5

NFL Week 11 Betting Lines for Sunday, November 15th (4:00 ET Kickoffs)
423 Indianapolis Colts +9.5
424 New England Patriots -9.5
Over/Under 53.5

429 New Orleans Saints -4.5
430 Oakland Raiders +4.5
Over/Under 54.5

431 San Diego Chargers +7.5
432 Denver Broncos -7.5
Over/Under 48.5

Week 11 Sunday Night Football Lines for Sunday, November 18th
433 Baltimore Ravens -3
434 Pittsburgh Steelers +3
Over/Under 41.5

Monday Night Football Lines for Week 11, Monday, October 19th
435 Chicago Bears OTB
436 San Francisco 49ers OTB
Over/Under OTB

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