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NFL Week 11 Gambling Preview

NFL Week 11 Preview

The divisions are really starting to take shape as we head into Week 11 of the 2010-11 NFL season.

My pick for Game of the Week is Indy at New England, a game featuring two of the games finest quarterbacks in recent history. Here I take a look at all of this week’s matchups, giving you some early insight that will help make your 2010 NFL wagers winners.



Chicago at Miami 8:20 PM NFL- This is a big game for both teams who are very much alive at this point in the season in securing a playoff berth. Both teams rely heavily on its defense to keep them in games. Chicago’s Jay Cutler will have to face the heat of Cameron Wake and Tyler Thigpen will be up against Julius Peppers on every snap. The Bears eke out a win in this one on the road.


Buffalo at Cincinnati 1:00 PM CBS – Buffalo played to a scrappy win in their last time out while the Bengals are scrapping for just their third win of the season and have probably already realized they are going to miss the playoffs. My gut says take the Bills and the points in this one as Ryan Fitzpatrick goes out there and possibly help the Bills to its second win of the season.

Detroit at Dallas 1:00 PM FOX – Initially, it would have been hard to see the Lions beating the Cowboys in the Big D, but with so many vibrant young athletes and Dallas’ inconsistency, you can’t count Detroit totally out of this one, let alone the Cowboys to cover the spread.


Oakland at Pittsburgh 1:00 PM CBS – Head coach Tom Cable has to be ecstatic about the Raiders challenging in the AFC West, but I’m not totally convinced. The Steelers are on a roll and shouldn’t have much trouble, but cannot underestimate a very good young Raiders pass defense, remembering their loss to Oakland last season. Take the dog, Oakland and the points here.

Houston at NY Jets 1:00 PM CBS – The Jets may have hit a stroke of luck over the past few weeks on their road trip through Detroit and Cleveland, but not all luck as Mark Sanchez has been solid and should have no problem shredding the Houston secondary.  Even though the Texans offense is still explosive, they will have to upend the Jets stingy defense. Not likely.

Baltimore at Carolina 1:00 PM CBS – Both teams possess solid power running, but that’s where it ends for Carolina. With a much better defense, the Ravens will be the team that can best control the clock, walking away with a much-needed road victory here.

Cleveland at Jacksonville 1:00 PM CBS –I’m going to say it. It’s quite possible that the Browns could walk away with a rare road win against one of the AFC South’s weaker contenders.

Washington at Tennessee 1:00 PM FOX – The Redskins will be looking to bounce from the embarrassment of Monday Night while the Titans can’t afford a loss if they are thinking playoffs. The Skin’s may not be able to contain powerhouse running back Chris Johnson. Take the home team.

Arizona at Kansas City 1:00 PM FOX – Arrowhead is by far one of the toughest places to play on the road. Combine with the fact that Arizona is lucky to have even the three wins it has, mix in a little Jamaal Charles and the Red birds 30th ranked defense, and you got a nice home win for KC.

Green Bay at Minnesota 1:00 PM FOX – Opposite ends of the NFC North meet  as Favre will get his former employer at home in this second meeting of 2010. The Packers won by four earlier this season as Favre threw three interceptions while the Packers defense was hammered by Adrian Peterson for the entire game. The off and on field issues will prove a distraction as Green Bay make it 2-for-2.

Atlanta at St. Louis 4:05 PM FOX – The Falcons will move from the comforts of one dome to another as they end a three game home stand beginning with the Rams. Two young QBs will faceoff, as one sure playoff team faces an improving team who is probably a year away. Falcons get their second consecutive win.

Seattle at New Orleans 4:05 PM FOX – New Orleans are coming off two wins and a bye while the Seahawks took down the Cardinals last week to move into sole possession of first place in the NFC West. The Superdome is a tough place to win on the road, so I’m going with the home team.

Tampa Bay at San Francisco 4:05 PM FOX – This contest will kick off a two game road trip for the Bucs who have won three of their last four. San Francisco got its second win in a row albeit in OT against the Rams at home. Tampa Bay is a young team in development, but have shown signs of being able to perform the basics, which should be enough against the Niners’ in this one.

Indianapolis at New England 4:15 PM CBS – There won’t be any love from Bostonians in this one, as two of the best QBs in the league do battle in Foxboro in what will be similar to a playoff atmosphere. The Pats’ defense couldn’t stop the Colts last season and I expect more of the same in this shootout. The total for this game is set at 50 ½ and will likely go over on the field.

NY Giants at Philadelphia 8:20 PM NBC – These teams don’t like each other at all and the Philadelphia fans are as tough as they come. The G-Men will need to bring their pass rush to this matchup, while Philly’s secondary will be expected to shut down Eli Manning. If the Eagles Monday Night rout of the Redskins is a foretaste of things to come, I’ll take the Eagles in this one.


Denver at San Diego 8:30 PM – Rivers and his giant passing stats should have no problem out pacing the Denver secondary, and if that doesn’t work, the Bolts pass defense should have a good bead on shutting down Denver’s one trick pony.

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Matt Martz is a freelance writer located in Central California. Blessed is the gambler who expects nothing, for ye shall not be disappointed.


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