Week 11 NFL Lines: Drew Brees, Saints Expected to Edge Raiders in Shootout on West Coast

There’s not much time for chit-chat this week, so let’s get right into the Week 11 lines, shall we?

As always, these are coming at you via Bovada.lv.

Philadelphia at Washington (-4)

The Eagles are a complete mess, and they’ll turn to Nick Foles at quarterback when they head into Washington to face the scuffling Redskins who are coming off their bye.

Green Bay (-3.5) at Detroit

The Packers are rolling, and they’re road favorites against NFC North rival Detroit.

Arizona at Atlanta (-10)

The Falcons look to rebound after their first loss of the season, and luckily for them they’ll try to do so against the lowly Cardinals.

Tampa Bay (-2) at Carolina

The Bucs have something going on down in Tampa Bay, but they’ll need to beat the Panthers on the road to attempt to prove they’re for real.

Cleveland at Dallas (-8)

It’s unlikely this will be a good football game.

New York Jets at St. Louis (-3.5)

Same here.

Jacksonville at Houston (-15.5)

The Jaguars are quite possibly the worst team in football, but a 15.5-point spread is a biggie, even for the Texans.

Cincinnati (-3.5) at Kansas City

The Bengals and the Chiefs will play a football game this weekend. That is all.

New Orleans (-6) at Oakland

The Saints can’t play defense, but they can score in bunches, and they’re expected to score in bunches of bunches Sunday against the Raiders in this game which sets the over/under at 55.

Indianapolis at New England (-9)

It’s not Brady-Manning, but the Colts come into Foxboro riding high looking to knock off of the favored Patriots in what might be one of the more intriguing matchups this weekend.

San Diego at Denver (-8)

The Chargers and Broncos are heading opposite directions, and if Denver blows out San Diego, we could see some serious changes in the San Diego organization very soon.

Baltimore at Pittsburgh*

Ben Roethlisberger is out, but the Steelers have been running the ball better, and they’ll look to knock off the Ravens in the first of two meetings of the AFC North powers over the next three weeks.

Chicago at San Francisco*

Two of the best defenses in the league get together, but the status of the concussed starting quarterbacks — Jay Cutler and Alex Smith — will be the biggest storyline heading into this game.

*The lines have yet to be listed for these games

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