NFL Week 11 – Ravens vs Packers Prediction

NFL Week 11 – Best Bets Against the Spread

We have two great match-ups on the way, as the Baltimore Ravens take on the GB Packers, and the Dallas Cowboys look to defeat the Eagles while playing at home. Here are our free football picks and predictions for these two great NFL games.

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Baltimore Ravens -2 at Green Bay Packers +2 Total: 37.5

Sunday Night Football Week 11 Ravens vs Packers PredictionI managed to place a bet on the Packers last week while I was Las Vegas. They managed to not only cover, but win the game outright at Chicago. This week, I think it’s worth going against the Packers as the Ravens come to town.

Baltimore hasn’t correctly played good football, either. They’re 4-5 on the season after losing to the Titans in Week 9. That defeat was their fourth-straight. They’re coming off a bye week fighting for their already grim playoff hopes.

The Ravens did open at -1 early in the week, but that shifted to -2 rather quickly. Since then, we haven’t seen much movement on this game. Baltimore is getting slightly more tickets, but there is no firm public side on this one. The total is the second-lowest of Week 11, at just 38 or 37.5 points depending on where you’re looking.

Part of my reasoning on the Packers’ bet last week was the Bears anemic offense and their vanilla play-calling, along with a rookie quarterback. The Packers were also coming off a bye and had more time with Brett Hundley going into a division game.

Ravens vs Packers Prediction

This week, none of those situations are in play. The Packers are still vulnerable in the secondary, even against a mediocre Ravens’ offense, but the defensive test for Green Bay’s offense will be a lot tougher. I love the Ravens this week and think this line will get to -3 by kickoff.

Philadelphia Eagles -4.5 at Dallas Cowboys +4.5 Total: 48

Sunday Night Football has the Eagles traveling to take on one of their NFC East rivals, the Dallas Cowboys. Philadelphia continues to dominate, moving to 8-1 after winning 51-23 against visiting Denver back in Week 9. Dallas’ four-game unbeaten run was ended after a beatdown at Atlanta this past weekend. The loss pushed their overall record to 5-4.

Most notable in last week’s game was the absence of Ezekiel Elliot who has dropped his legal challenges and his appeals to the league. Offensively, Dallas did look out of sorts without their big pounder back, but they also faced a strong Falcons team, that has been much better at home.

Like New England, we have substantial wagering on Eagles in this contest. 80 percent of bets have come in on the road team. Philadelphia has moved from a -3.5 favorite to -4.5 at most sportsbooks. Some have the odds at -5. The total has climbed a full point to 48 after opening at 47 points.

Eagles vs Cowboys Prediction

This seems like a smash spot for the Eagles, but I am liking Dallas getting more than a field goal in this game. Prescott and the Cowboys offense won’t have issues moving the ball on this awful Eagles secondary. Dak is still massively underrated after many, including myself, thought he would regress this season.

In a division game, a game Dallas desperately needs – I am betting on Dak’s arm against a bad secondary.

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