NFL Betting Tips: Steelers to remain unbeaten, Dolphins to win sixth straight?
Odds and preview for this weekend’s NFL matchups
Seattle Seahawks ended a two-game losing streak with a 28-21 win over NFC West rivals Arizona Cardinals in Thursday night’s game.
Russell Wilson rediscovered some of the form which elevated him up the MVP ladder, throwing 23 completed passed from 28 attempts for two touchdowns.
With 12 more matches to come on Sunday night, Pittsburgh Steelers are looking to stretch their unbeaten start to the season to 10 matches.
Kansas City Chiefs travel to Allegiant Stadium to take on Las Vegas Raiders in Sunday’s late game, and ahead of the action, we’ve previewed our pick of week 11’s fixture list.
Tennessee Titans @ Baltimore Ravens (Sun 18:00)
With both teams heading into the match with a 6-3 record, second in their respective divisions, a win could go a long way to sealing a playoff spot in a rematch of last year’s AFC Divisional Playoff.
Baltimore lost their last match, with New England Patriots springing a surprise to win 23-17 on Monday Night Football, while the Titans lost out to the Colts in a 34-17 defeat.
It’s the Ravens who are the 2/5 favourites on the Money Line to avenge that playoff defeat, with Tennessee out at 21/10 to grab a 7-3 record.
Two of the last five matchups have been low scoring affairs, including a 21-0 win for the Ravens in 2018. Fancy under 39.5 points again here? That’s 23/10, while over 39.5 points is 1/3.
Derrick Henry’s still showing form as one of the NFL’s leading rushers, and he’s the 6/1 to grab the first TD of the night for the Titans, while Ravens QB Lamar Jackson is an 11/10 anytime scorer.
Pittsburgh Steelers @ Jacksonville Jaguars (Sun 18:00)
Is anyone going to be able to stop the Pittsburgh Steelers runaway train? A win against the struggling Jaguars could see them stretch their record to 10-0 for the season after going 8-8 last term.
Jacksonville’s defence could be key to getting the win, with a drastic improvement shown since their week eight bye.
That being said, it’s still Pittsburgh who are 2/9 favourites on the Money Line, with Jacksonville out at 7/2 to end the Steelers winning run.
The Steelers have only scored more than 28 points in a third of their opening nine matches, showing their defence is winning them games. Fancy them to score over 28.5 points for a fourth time? That’s even money.
We’ve seen high scoring affairs between the pair before, including a 45-42 Jacksonville win back in 2018. You can find 23/10 on over 55.5 points in the game here.
Ben Roethlisberger threw for 333 yards with no picks, and four touchdowns against the Bengals last week. Could he lead the Steelers offence in the same way again here? Over 3.5 Steelers touchdowns is available at 21/20.
Miami Dolphins @ Denver Broncos (Sun 21:05)
Is it time we started to consider calling Miami Dolphins a threat to take the AFC East title this season? After a 1-3 start, they’ve won five on the spin and now sit just a game behind Buffalo Bills at the top of the division.
Tua Tagovailoa has impressed since he was declared the Dolphins starting QB, including another 169 passing yards and two TD’s in a win against the Chargers last week.
With Denver Broncos struggling to find any form of rhythm this season, the Dolphins are 11/20 favourites on the Money Line to make it six wins in a row, while you can find 29/20 on the Broncos.
It may be the game for Tagovailoa to show his maturity, with the Broncos more vulnerable against the rushing offense than the passing offense. Will he let others take the spotlight?
It’s Dolphins RB Salvon Ahmed who’s 6/1 favourite for the first TD of the game, while Tagovailoa is 18/1 to rush for the first TD.
Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay could be the biggest threat to the Dolphins defence, and he’s 17/10 to score anytime.
Green Bay Packers @ Indianapolis Colts (Sun 21:25)
This could be the toughest test so far this season for Aaron Rodgers and his passing link up with Devante Adams, with Indianapolis Colts passing defence perhaps the toughest in the league.
That showed in their last matchup against the Titans, where they held Ryan Tannehill to just one touchdown and 147 yards.
It’s that defence that’s leading the Colts to 4/5 favouritism on the Money Line, with the Packers 21/20 to come out on top.
With the Colts allowing less than 20 points per game, and the Packers only allowing 25 PPG respectively, it could be a tight, low-scoring matchup. Fancy under 45.5 points? That’s 6/4.
If there’s emphasis on the Packers running game, it could be down to Aaron Jones to open the scoring. He’s 6/1 with Devante Adams to score the first TD. Colts’ Nyheim Hines has impressed in recent weeks, and he’s 17/20 to enter the endzone anytime.
Kansas City Chiefs @ Las Vegas Raiders (Mon 01:20)
It’s a battle of the AFC West to end Sunday night’s coverage, in a match where the division could be all but sealed should the Chiefs (8-1) come out on top against the Raiders (6-3).
But there’s some hope they can keep things alive. Why? Because that one defeat on the Chiefs copy book so far this season came against the Raiders in a 40-32 defeat.
Chiefs still lead the way on the Money Line as 1/4 favourites, but with the experience and previous knowledge of what it takes to beat the defending champions, Raiders can be found at 3/1.
They could look to benefit from their running game, with the Chiefs more vulnerable to attack by ground rather than air. Josh Jacobs comes in with some good form too, running for 112 yards, picking up over five yards a carry and scoring two touchdowns too.
With both sides’ offense a particular strength, as was shown in that last matchup, we could once again witness a crazy high-scoring game. Could we see over 65.5 points in the game again? That’s 21/10.
Three of the Chiefs eight wins so far this season have been by between 13 and 18 points. Could they make it fourth? 9/2 says the Chiefs win by 13 to 18 points.
All Odds and Markets correct as of date of publication.