Free Week 11 Prediction: Cowboys vs. Vikings NFL Odds
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NFL Handicapping: Week 11
(2-7) Dallas Cowboys vs. Minnesota Vikings (4-5)
Date: Sunday, November 22nd, 2020
Time: 4:25 p.m.
Venue: U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota
NFL Week 11 ATS Betting Lines: Vikings -7.5
NFL Week 11 Moneyline Odds: Dallas +310, Minnesota -340
NFL Week 11 NFL Betting Total: O/U 48
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The Dallas Cowboys will be back in business this week following their bye week to take on the Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Kirk Cousins achieved his first win on Monday Night football in his career in the Viking’s last contest and they have now moved into third place in the NFC North.
Dallas actually has an opportunity to make up some ground in the NFC East race as the Eagles lost to the Giants last Sunday and have just a 1.5 game lead on the Cowboys. Mike McCarthy and company are currently on a four-game losing streak since losing franchise quarterback Dak Prescott to a season-ending injury.
Just when Jerry Jones thought things couldn’t get any worse they lost second-string quarterback Andy Dalton to a concussion against the Washington Football team in Week 7. Then the following week Dalton caught COVID and has been sidelined ever since. However, he was able to return to football activities this week and should be good to go for the game on Sunday against the Vikings.
Over the last three weeks, we have seen a combination of Ben Dinucci and Garrett Gilbert at quarterback for Dallas. Dinucci, a sixth-round pick out of JMU had probably the worst quarterback play out of any QB to start a game this season for a team. Gilbert, an AFL star actually was able to hold his own against the undefeated Steelers in Week 9, so don’t be shocked if he is asked to relieve Dalton at this stage of his career.
Offensively, the team has been in shambles since Dak got injured and has averaged a league-low 10.25 points over the last five weeks. No one on the offense seems motivated to play and they have not surpassed 400 total yards in a game since facing the Giants. The only team with fewer total yards since Week 5 is the New York Jets.
On the defensive side of the ball, the Cowboys have really stepped up since losing Prescott. They know they will have to keep these games close if they want a chance to win as they don’t have the same high power offense from earlier this year. Dallas has surrendered the most points in the league defensively and is giving up a league-leading 32.2 points per game.
The Vikings got their first win against the Bears since 2017 on Monday night and now are 4-5 after an abysmal start to the season. They are currently the nine seed in the NFC Playoff picture and are just a half-game back of the Bears for the final available Wildcard spot.
Kirk Cousins has been playing pretty well on the Viking’s three-game winning streak and that is mostly due to the fact that he hasn’t turned the ball over very much. Over the first six weeks of the season, Cousins had 12 turnovers and only trailed Carson Wentz for the most turnovers in the league through six weeks. Since Week 6, Kirk has turned the ball over only twice and has put his team in great situations to win games.
Dalvin Cook has been an absolute monster for the Minnesota rushing attack and only trails Derrick Henry for the most rushing yards in the league with 954. I should mention the fact that Henry has played one more game than Cook, so that’s why he has a slight edge. Dalvin leads the league with 119.3 yards from scrimmage per game and has the most touchdowns from scrimmage out of any player in the NFL.
NFL Betting Trends:
- Dallas is 1-8 ATS in their last 9 games.
- The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Dallas’ last 5 games.
- Dallas is 1-6 SU in their last 7 games.
- Minnesota is 6-1 ATS in their last 7 games.
- The total has gone OVER in 5 of Minnesota’s last 7 games.
- Minnesota is 4-2 SU in their last 6 games.
- The total has gone UNDER in 7 of Minnesota’s last 10 games against Dallas.
- Dallas is 0-5 ATS in their last 5 games against Minnesota.
- Dallas is 3-8 SU in their last 11 games against Minnesota.
4* Free NFL Betting Prediction: Cowboys +7.5
I think that I’m going to take the points and ride with the Dallas Cowboys in this game. Even though Minnesota has been hot over the last four weeks they aren’t beating the brakes off their opponents. They had to grind out a win out of a pitiful Bears team on Monday and almost allowed a Chase Daniel led Lions to beat them in Detroit. Dallas has been pretty good at stopping the run over the last few weeks it just depends on whether or not they can contain Justin Jefferson in the play-action passing game. Amari Cooper and Ceedee Lamb should not have any trouble penetrating the Viking’s secondary as they are giving up over 275+ passing yards a game. Give me Dallas to cover the spread in a close game and maybe even steal a victory from the red hot Vikings.
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