More magnificent match specials on offer in NFL Week 11
Paul Chambers | November 21, 2015
The NFL season is into its 11th week, and Coral continue to grant great offers to their customers. Here we tell you why you should consider backing one or more of the following match specials at enhanced prices.
Jeremy Langford scores a TD & Chicago Bears to win @ 3/1
Chicago are on a hot streak having won their last two matches. Their opponents Denver Broncos, meanwhile, have disappointingly lost each of their last two games to underdogs.
The Bears could be set to hand the Broncos their third such loss on the trot. Denver will be forced to start the very inexperienced Brock Osweiler at quarterback here. Bears counterpart Jay Cutler meanwhile is resurgent and can lead his team to victory.
Illinois outfit Chicago’s star running back Langford, who features in a terrific 3/1 touchdown wincast, has scored in both of his team’s last two wins, including an imperious 83-yard touchdown run last time out against St. Louis. His big-play ability means that Langford will be a big threat from anywhere on the pitch at Soldier Field this Sunday.
Adrian Peterson to score a TD & Minnesota Vikings to win @ 2/1
Once indisputably kings of their division, Green Bay Packers are suddenly reeling after slipping to three defeats on the spin.
Division rivals Minnesota, however, are on the rise, and look set to hand the Packers a fourth straight defeat. The Vikings have the NFL’s second best defense, and the league’s best rushing attack.
Star running back Peterson is the focal point of that attack and, at a tasty 2/1 to touchdown en route to a Vikings victory, he has the pace and power to grind the Packers’ poor defense (ranked ninth-worst in the league against running backs) into submission.
A win for Minnesota here at TCF Bank Stadium will firmly establish them as new top dogs in the NFC North.
Tyler Eifert to score a TD & Cincinnati Bengals to win @ 5/1
Cincinnati may slipped to their first defeat of the season last week, but they are still one of the league’s very best teams, with the number one ranked defense in the NFL.
That dominant defense should be able to cancel out Arizona’s offense. Where the Bengals can gain the edge in this contest is that their offense (ranked fifth) is better than the Cardinals’ defense (ranked 11th).
The 6ft 6in pass catcher is a menace to defenses everywhere in the red zone, and it would be no great surprise if he added to his tally at University of Phoenix Stadium on Sunday night.