NFL Week 11 Line Moves
There are several key line moves that are affecting point spreads in Week 11 of the NFL, including a highly active line in Detroit.
Raiders vs. Lions, 1:00PM ET
The line for this game has jumped the fence multiple times over the past 24 hours. The Lions opened as a 1-point home underdog but are now 1-point favorites according to oddsmakers from online sports book BetDSI. The Raiders were a 1-point favorite as early as Sunday morning, but the line has jumped the fence, just as it’s done all week. As for the total, it opened at 47.5 before jumping to 49.
Colts vs. Falcons, 1:00PM ET
The Falcons opened as a 6-point favorite but haven’t covered a spread in five consecutive games. Bettors clearly felt that Atlanta was overpriced because the line has dropped to Indianapolis +4 with two hours left before kickoff. The total has moved from 47.5 to 48.
Jets vs. Texans, 1:00PM ET
The Texans are coming off a short week of rest and preparation and will start T.J. Yates at quarterback today. Despite beating the Bengals outright as a 10-point road underdog on Monday night, the line for today’s game has gone from Houston +3 to New York -3.5. The total hasn’t moved since opening at 40.
Broncos vs. Bears, 1:00PM ET
The Bears opened as a 2-point home underdog but the line was bought down to 1 as early as Sunday morning. It has now gone up to 1.5 with news that both Matt Forte and Alshon Jeffery aren’t expected to play. The total has also dropped, going from 43 down to 42.
Rams vs. Ravens, 1:00PM ET
The Rams opened as a 1-point underdog but bettors are buying the 2-7 Ravens. Despite Baltimore being 1-7-1 against the spread tthis season, the line for this game is moving in the Ravens’ favor. St. Louis, which will start Case Keenum at quarterback after Nick Foles was benched earlier in the week, is now a 3-point road underdog. As for the total, it opened at 43 and has been bet down to 41.
Packers vs. Vikings, 4:25PM ET
The Packers opened as a 1-point favorite and after the Vikings were a 1-point favorite as early as Sunday morning, Minnesota is back to being a 1-point underdog. Green Bay has lost three straight games and is 0-4 against the spread in its last four games, while Minnesota is a perfect 8-0 against the spread in its last eight games.
Bengals vs. Cardinals, 8:30PM ET
The Sunday Night Football matchup has seen a significant jump, as the Cardinals have gone from a 3.5-point favorite up to a 4.5-point fave versus the 8-1 Bengals. Arizona is 6-3 against the spread this season while Cincinnati is 7-1-1 ATS, but lost outright as a 10-point home favorite on Monday night versus Houston.