NFL Week 11 Predictions & Odds: 3 Games To Bet On (November 22)

Find betting value in these 3 games on November 22 during NFL Week 11. Hope our odds previews and betting predictions will help you.

New York Jets @ Los Angeles Game Info & Prediction

Date: Sunday, November 22

Time: 4:05 p.m. ET

Venue: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California

TV Info: CBS

Winless Jets Set for Historic 0-10 Start with Loss to Chargers

The Los Angeles Chargers sit dead last in the AFC West heading into Week 11, but a visit from the New York Jets on Sunday (November 22) poses a big opportunity to move off bottom of their division.

Only two teams in NFL history have recorded winless years since the league changed to a 16-game season, but the Jets (0-9) travel to SoFi Stadium in California with that as a distinct possibility in 2020:

Adam Gase’s men have formed a habit in losing this year, but their road defeats have been particularly embarrassing. The Jets have lost four of four games outside New Jersey by an average margin of just over 22 points this term, failing to record a touchdown in their last two away matches (against the Kansas City Chiefs and Miami Dolphins):

Sunday’s hosts are -420 frontrunners to collect their third win of the season with William Hill, while the Jets look almost certain to continue their losing streak as distant +340 underdogs.

The Chargers look promising to end a run of three defeats having failed to record first-quarter points in any. A Los Angeles touchdown is priced at +135 to be the first scoring play in Sunday’s clash, per William Hill NJ/CO/IN, a bet the Jets’ opponents have won five times in nine games this season.

The Chargers sit at 2-7 for the season, though that record doesn’t paint the full picture for a team that’s impressed statistically, falling inside the NFL’s top 10 for offense and defense this year.

Much of that success is down to the initiative of rookie quarterback Justin Herbert, who has been a rare highlight for the franchise considering the lack of results:

The Jets, on the other hand, have endured pains in the passing department and recorded just seven receiving touchdowns—only the New England Patriots have recorded fewer (five).

Having scored 13 points or fewer in six of their nine games this season, +155 odds that the Chargers will score under 15.5 points may appeal to William Hill customers in New Jersey.

A home win looks likely in California, with the Chargers seeking a fourth successive win over the Jets since 2012. Two of those victories have come by a margin between seven to 12 points, which looks like a possible money-maker at +380 odds in Week 11.

Jets @ Chargers Moneyline Odds & Prediction: Chargers by 8

New York Jets: +340

Los Angeles Chargers: -420

Green Bay Packers @ Indianapolis Colts Prediction

Date: Sunday, November 22

Time: 4:25 p.m. ET

Venue: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana

TV Info: FOX

Indianapolis Colts to Edge Tough-to-Call Clash Against Green Bay

Two division leaders will cross paths for the first time in four years when the Indianpolis Colts welcome the Green Bay Packers to Lucas Oil Stadium in Week 11.

The stakes are high for both teams ahead of Sunday (November 22), although NFC North pace-setters the Packers (7-2) are slightly better off than AFC South counterparts the Colts (6-3) after nine games.

Betrivers has touted the hosts as -134 favorites for Indiana customers, a price that looks calculated considering the Packers have lost each of their four visits to Indianapolis. 

Green Bay—who come into Week 11 as +118 dogs—haven’t beaten this opponent on their own patch since 1974, when they went by the ‘Baltimore Colts’ and played home games at Memorial Stadium. 

The Colts are 6-3 overall against the Packers since moving to Indianapolis in 1984, most recently holding off a late charge from the NFC North heavyweights to emerge as 31-26 victors in 2016:

Sunday’s showdown at Lucas Oil Stadium represents a stylistic clash between a powerful  Packers offense and the dynamic defense of the Colts. Green Bay have racked up 277 points after nine games this season—the fourth highest tally in the NFL—while the Pittsburgh Steelers (171 points) are the only side to have conceded fewer than the Colts in 2020 (177).

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers has thrown 26 touchdowns this year to date—beaten only by Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson (28)—and writer Zach Kruse illustrated how he’s on course for his best campaign in some years:

Indianapolis coach Frank Reich will hope to prove true that old adage that good defense wins championships, with his resources boosted by the return of defensive end Kemoko Turay:

Despite their stellar defensive standing, the Colts have become part of higher-scoring fixtures since Week 6. Each of their last three wins have come as part of games that produced on average 57 combined points, shining a light on Betrivers‘ +220 odds that the Colts will win with 51 or more points scored on Sunday.

Packers @ Colts Moneyline Odds & Prediction: Colts by 3

Green Bay Packers: +118

Indianapolis Colts: -134


Detroit Lions @ Carolina Panthers Prediction

Date: Sunday, November 22

Time: 1 p.m. ET

Venue: Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina

TV Info: FOX

Detroit Lions to Improve Impressive Away Record at Carolina Panthers 

Positives have been few and far between for the Detroit Lions in 2020, but the franchise has a chance to build on an encouraging road record when they visit the Carolina Panthers in Week 11.

Cats will collide at Bank of America Stadium on Sunday (November 22), a stadium where Detroit haven’t won since their maiden visit in October 1999. The Lions have lost four times in Charlotte since that pre-Millennium result, but the signs are positive this time around after winning three of their five away fixtures thus far in 2020.

The lines look incredibly close after Betrivers Illinois installed the Panthers at -110 to cover a 1.5-point handicap. Carolina are 3-7 this season overall but sit at 5-5 against the spread, which serves as some comfort for a franchise that’s lost its last five games in a row.

Head coach Matt Patricia will look to the last meeting between these teams for inspiration. Detroit emerged as narrow 20-19 victors in November 2018 after denying a last-ditch two-point conversion attempt by Carolina, who recorded their third loss in nine games against the Lions:

This matchup presents a great chance for Detroit or Carolina—last in the NFC North and NFC South—to climb off the bottom of their respective divisions heading into the business end of the campaign.

It certainly doesn’t boost confidence in Carolina that the Panthers look likely to go without the services of running back Christian McCaffrey and quarterback Teddy Bridgewater amid their injury struggles, per NFL insider Adam Schefter:

Matt Rhule’s men have collected a single home win this season—a surprise 31-21 victory over the Arizona Cardinals in Week 4—but they’ve since suffered disappointing defeats to the Chicago Bears, Atlanta Falcons and Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Bank of America Stadium. It’s true that the absence of fans amid the coronavirus pandemic has robbed some of the usual home advantage, but some NFL teams have felt that difference more severely than others.

Between Carolina’s injuries in key positions and Lions’ promising form outside Illinois, Detroit look well-placed to collect a fourth road win of 2020 in Week 11—regardless of their 1.5-point cushion with Betrivers.

Lions @ Panthers Handicap Odds & Prediction: Lions by 4

Detroit Lions (+1.5): -110

Carolina Panthers (-1.5): -110

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