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Week 11 in the NFL has a lot to live up to after the thrills and spills of week 10. Shock defeats and Hail Marys, it was all happening last weekend, and this week looks like it could be just as exciting. The Pittsburgh Steelers remain the only unbeaten team in pro football, they brushed aside the Bengals last week and will be fancied to do something similar with the struggling Jacksonville Jaguars.
Every week our NFL trader, Ian Dent, gives us his best bets of the weekend. This weekend sees an intriguing slate of early games on Sunday, and Ian has pinpointed his best treble in these games. Another excellent week ahead in the NFL, and as ever, Paddy will have all the best prices and in-play markets available throughout week 11 in the NFL.
Early game treble: Falcons (+4.5), Titans (+5.5) and Browns (-3)
For the first leg, I will take the Atlanta Falcons. They played much better just before their bye week under their new, interim head coach Raheem Morris. Jameis Winston looks like he will start for the Saints after Drew Brees got injured. This could upset the flow the Saints have been in, and given Winston’s tendency for turnovers, the Falcons can keep it close.
For the second leg, I’ll take the Titans with the points. 5.5 points seems like an awful lot considering how much the Baltimore offence is spluttering, Lamar Jackson has been worked out by many opponents and we like Tennessee getting the points.
For the final leg, I’ll go with the Cleveland Browns to cover at home against the Philadelphia Eagles. They look a much stronger outfit with Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt reunited in the backfield. The Eagles are a mess and Carson Wentz is currently grading as one of the worst quarterbacks in the NFL.
Same Game Multi – Packers @ Colts: Packers on money line, over 51.5 total points & Davante Adams anytime TD scorer
Every week Ian gives us his best Same Game Multi in the late game on Sky, this week it’s the Green Bay Packers taking on the Indianapolis Colts.
I’m a bit surprised that the Packers are underdogs here, they are the better team and playing inside on the road will cause no problems to Aaron Rodgers and his elite passing attack.
There will be plenty of points in this and it could be a shootout, 51.5 points is not much in the modern NFL and these two teams should go over that. Davante Adams continues to dominate targets in the Packers attack, he is arguably the best receiver in the NFL currently and he looks a safe bet in the anytime TD scorer market.
Monday night football double – Rams @ Buccaneers: Buccaneers (-4.5) & Rob Gronkowski anytime TD scorer
The footballing Gods have smiled on Monday Night Football this week, with a mouth-watering clash in store as the LA Rams head across the country to take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
This should be a good game with two really good defences facing each other. But I will go for the Bucs. They have got all their wide-receivers back, Chris Godwin, Mike Evans and now Antonio Brown is in the mix.
I don’t really trust Jared Goff as much leading the Rams offence and the Bucs have the advantage there. Rob Gronkowski is being targeted a lot in the red zone lately, he has that old connection with Tom Brady and I like him to score in the TD markets.
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