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November 18th, 2023
Monday night features a marquee match-up between last year’s Super Bowl participants, as the Philadelphia Eagles visit the Kansas City Chiefs. We’ll incorporate that game into our four-team teaser play in Week 11, along with three other games of interest on Sunday.
Teasers adjust point spreads in the bettor’s favor, providing an opportunity to play multiple games in a single bet without being locked into the existing odds in a standard parlay.
We’ll play a six-point teaser option with the following four selections at +260 ($100 win returns $360 including investment).
Letdown situation for Houston, who lost at Atlanta and Carolina before a stunning upset over Cincinnati last week, and Arizona enters with momentum following a come-from-behind win over Atlanta at home. Kyler Murray and James Conner provide a huge boost for a capable Cardinals offense, and Houston has been banged up in all areas. The Texans are eligible to play to the level of their opponent, and we’ll grab double-digit points with the road dog.
The Rams have gotten healthier off the bye week, they will get Matthew Stafford and other key players back, and they always play Seattle tough. Los Angeles defeated the Seahawks 31-13 in Week 1, the Rams are 6-0 ATS in their last six games, and Seattle is 2-9 ATS in their last 11 trips to Los Angeles. The Seahawks appear to be declining, rallying from behind to defeat Washington in the final seconds last week, and they’ve averaged only 17.8 points in the last five games. We’ll grab the points with the Rams.
Hungry for a Week 11 win. 🍴 pic.twitter.com/6X8lScYro5— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) November 17, 2023
Hungry for a Week 11 win. 🍴 pic.twitter.com/6X8lScYro5
The Jets have not scored a touchdown in the last 36 possessions. Josh Allen continues to be a turnover machine, the Bills have been good for at least three turnovers per game in recent weeks, and neither offense has been operating efficiently entering this contest. That makes for an appealing Under play. New York can still get after it defensively, ranking seventh in scoring defense (19.1 points allowed per game), and the Jets held Buffalo to 16 points in the first meeting. We’ll side with the Under.
Too many points to lay, Kansas City’s offense (averaging 20.1 points over last three games) has relied on its top-notch defense, and Philadelphia will put pressure upon the Chiefs’ passing offense. The Eagles lead the league in rushing defense, holding teams to 66.3 yards per game, and Philadelphia is one of the NFL’s highest-scoring teams, averaging 28 points per game (fourth best). This figures to be a dogfight that is settled by a touchdown or less, and we’ll grab the points with Philadelphia.
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