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Best NFL Parlay Picks for Week 11: 4-Leg Parlay Pick (+1173) 

Leg-1 Parlay Pick: Washington Commanders -9 (-115)

Leg-2 Parlay Pick: Seattle Seahawks to win (-115)

Leg-3 Parlay Pick: Detroit Lions -9 (-110)

Leg-4 Parlay Pick: Los Angeles Chargers -3 (-110)

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Best NFL Bets Week 11: Picks, Predictions & Schedules

NFL Schedule Week 11 – Game info - Giants at Commanders

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
New York Giants (2-7) vs. Washington Commanders (4-5)
Date: Sunday, Nov. 19
Time: 1 p.m. ET
Venue: FedEx Field, in North Englewood, Md.
TV Channel: FOX
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Giants vs. Commanders Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 11

Moneyline: New York Giants +350, Washington Commanders -450
Spread: Giants +9 (-105), Commanders -9 (-115)
Total: Over/Under 36.5 points

Giants at Commanders Preview 

The New York Giants are having a rough time this season, especially after their second big loss to the Dallas Cowboys last Sunday. Rookie quarterback Tommy DeVito and the Giants will now travel to FedEx Field to face another division rival in the Washington Commanders.

Washington is also coming off a loss as it prepares for this game, but the Commanders had a far more competitive performance in their 29-26 loss at Seattle than New York had in losing 49-17 at Dallas. Washington fought back valiantly in the second half against the Seahawks, tying the game with less than a minute remaining. Unfortunately, there was still enough time for the Seahawks to drill a 43-yard field goal through the uprights and put the game on ice.

The Commanders will view Sunday’s game as an opportunity to get back on track, since they need a win to keep up with the Philadelphia Eagles and Cowboys in the NFC East. While they’re not likely to win the division, staying close will put the Commanders in position to capture a playoff spot by the end of the season. 

The Giants have only managed to score more than 17 points once this season, and that happened back on Sept. 17. The team’s need to rely on running back Saquon Barkley has only grown stronger now that New York is forced to start its third-string quarterback, and Barkley will need to have a big day on the road if the Giants have any chance of winning this game.

Washington’s defense hasn’t been particularly great this year in allowing 27.4 points per game -- the second-highest total in the entire NFL. Nevertheless, it's tough to look at the current Giants offense and determine that a 27-point performance is even possible. New York didn’t have great weapons to start with, and it has now lost tight end Darren Waller and its top two quarterbacks. DeVito is hardly able to elevate the play of those around him. Indeed, as a young, inexperienced QB, he would need those other players to make him better.

Giants vs. Commanders Predictions and Pick

Ultimately, this game is a recipe for a Giants disaster, and the Commanders should bounce back here with a very convincing win.

Commanders quarterback Sam Howell has been great on several occasions this season, including Sunday's game at Seattle. That loss was by no means his fault, as Howell threw for 312 yards and three touchdowns, including a last-gasp TD that tied the game with 52 seconds left.

While the Giants defense is more stubborn than the team’s record suggests, it will be nearly impossible for these players to hold up for four quarters when their offense is unable to maintain possession.

The Pick: Washington Commanders -9 (-115)

NFL Schedule Week 11 – Game info - Seahawks vs Los Angeles Rams

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Seattle Seahawks (6-3) vs. Los Angeles Rams (3-6)
Date: Sunday, Nov. 19
Time: 4:25 p.m. ET
Venue: SoFi Stadium, in Inglewood, Calif.
TV Channel: CBS
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Seahawks vs. Rams Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 11

Moneyline: Seattle Seahawks -115, Los Angeles Rams -105
Spread: Seahawks -1 (-110), Rams +1 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 46.5 points

Seahawks at Rams Preview

The Seattle Seahawks bounced back from their dismal display at Baltimore two weeks ago by pulling out a win in the dying moments of last Sunday’s home game against the Washington Commanders. They will now head down the coast to play the Los Angeles Rams, who have dropped to 3-6 after losing their last three games.

For Seattle, keeping pace with the San Francisco 49ers is crucial. A division win over the Rams on Sunday would certainly help. Both the Seahawks and Niners are 6-3, locked in a battle for the guaranteed playoff spot that goes to the NFC West Division champions.

Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith had one of his best games of the season against the Commanders, throwing for 369 yards and two touchdowns. He also led Seattle on its game-winning drive  --completing two crucial passes to wide receiver DK Metcalf to set up the winning field goal. 

Seattle running back Kenneth Walker III was once again explosive in the win, while rookie receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba caught four passes for 53 yards in continuing to settle into the offense. This Seahawks team is loaded with talent, and when it's all clicking in unison, Seattle has proven it can compete with anybody in the NFC.

The Rams will be looking to turn their season around on Sunday, especially since this game features the return of quarterback Matt Stafford. A thumb injury has kept Stafford sidelined since a 43-20 loss at Dallas on Oct. 29. Without him, Los Angeles’ offense manage to score just three points in its most recent game – a lopsided loss at Green Bay on Nov. 5. 

Brett Rypien stepped in to play quarterback for the Rams in that game, but he threw for only 130 yards and was also intercepted. Considering that the Rams have lost practically all their running-back talent to injuries this season, head coach Sean McVay had rather limited options to work with in the Green Bay game, and the result was far from ideal.

Stafford’s return has moved the needle on this game -- shifting the spread from three points in favor of the Seahawks to just one. Seattle has failed to cover the spread in each of its last five games -- either losing by a couple of points or allowing games to stay close when the team was expected to win by a larger margin.

These two teams met in Week 1 at Seattle. The Rams blew the Seahawks away 30-13 that day. Seattle’s Smith managed only 112 passing yards in the game despite playing against a young secondary that was beginning to show how much it had been overlooked heading into the season. 

In recent weeks, however, the Rams’ pass defense has been a lot less successful, allowing an average of 235 aerial yards in games against the Cowboys, Packers, and Steelers, even though two of those teams have subpar passing offenses.

Seahawks vs. Rams Predictions and Pick

I think we will see the Seattle Seahawks get some revenge against the Rams on Sunday, claiming a win that will be crucial for their playoff hopes. Matthew Stafford will be back as Los Angeles’ quarterback, but how healthy he is and how easily he’ll settle back in are two things we just don’t know.

The Rams struggle with their running game, and if their defense can't contain QB Geno Smith and the Seahawks offense, then I expect Seattle to come out on top. 

The Pick: Seattle Seahawks to win (-115)

NFL Schedule Week 11 – Game info - Bears at Lions

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Chicago Bears (3-7) vs. Detroit Lions (7-2)
Date: Sunday, Nov. 19
Time: 1 p.m. ET
Venue: Ford Field, in Detroit, Mich.
TV Channel: FOX
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Bears vs. Lions Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 11

Moneyline: Chicago Bears +350, Detroit Lions -450
Spread: Bears +9 (-110), Lions -9 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 46.5 points

Bears at Lions Preview

The Chicago Bears will be in an interesting situation for the rest of the season now that Justin Fields is back in the starting lineup. Chicago’s QB, who missed roughly a month with a thumb injury, will be making his first start since Week 6 when the Bears face the Detroit Lions on Sunday. 

Barring a drastic change in the standings, the Bears will have two high draft picks, including the likely No. 1 overall selection, in the 2024 NFL Draft. Chicago currently holds both its own first-round pick and the Carolina Panthers’ first-rounder. Since the team could opt to select a highly-rated quarterback with one of those picks, Fields is now essentially forced to view the remainder of the year as his personal audition for a job next season – either with the Bears or elsewhere. His first opportunity to make that case will come on Sunday against the Lions.

With Fields out, the Bears’ offense didn’t exactly hit its stride, as Chicago struggled to score points against any team other than fired head coach Josh McDaniels’ Raiders on Oct. 22.

In the three games that followed the Bears’ 30-12 win over the Raiders, a Chicago offense led by quarterback Tyson Bagent failed to score more than 17 points. Bagent threw two touchdowns and five interceptions across the three games, which saw the Bears go 1-2.

Fields returns to his starting spot in a game that should afford him an opportunity to showcase his skills. Over their last three games, the Lions defense has allowed an average of more than 250 passing yards. Since Detroit also happens to be one of the NFL’s top three teams when it comes to defending against the run, Fields will need to throw the football a lot on Sunday afternoon.

The Lions come into this game at 7-2 and have won six of their last seven. Last Sunday, they found themselves in a shootout against the Los Angeles Chargers, as was predicted, but managed to win on a field goal as time expired.

Detroit QB Jared Goff was superb in that 41-38 win, throwing for 333 yards and two touchdowns while posting a 10.1 yards-per-attempt average -- his highest of the season. The Lions regularly expose bad defenses, and they will likely do so again against a Bears team in desperate need of additional talent. 

Chicago allows an average of 248 passing yards per game, but that number increases to nearly 300 when the Bears play on the road. Much like last week, we could see another shootout here at Ford Field.

Bears vs. Lions Predictions and Pick 

The Detroit Lions have covered the spread in six of their last seven games, and while I would love to believe that the Chicago Bears can keep up with this Lions offense -- since it would make for a wildly entertaining game -- I just don’t think that will happen.

Chicago is 1-4 on the road and will roll out a very poor pass defense against one of the most effective and high-flying offensive teams in the NFL. If Bears QB Justin Fields can make it a close game, that would be a superb return to the lineup for him, but I have the Lions covering at home.

The Pick: Detroit Lions -9 (-110)

NFL Schedule Week 11 – Game info - Chargers at Packers

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Los Angeles Chargers (4-5) vs. Green Bay Packers (3-6)
Date: Sunday, Nov. 19
Time: 1 p.m. ET
Venue: Lambeau Field, in Green Bay, Wis.
TV Channel: FOX
Live Stream: fuboTV. NFL+

Chargers vs. Packers Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 11

Moneyline: Los Angeles Chargers -1770, Green Bay Packers +350
Spread: Chargers -3 (-110), Packers +3 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 44.5 points

Chargers vs. Packers Preview

The Green Bay Packers’ offense showed signs of life over the last couple of weeks, and quarterback Jordan Love looked particularly comfortable against the L.A. Rams two weeks ago. Love threw for 228 yards and a touchdown in that 20-3 win over the Rams on Nov. 5. He then went out and threw for another 288 yards and two touchdowns in a narrow 23-19 loss at Pittsburgh last Sunday.

The problem for Green Bay in the Pittsburgh game was a series of missed plays and costly turnovers, including an interception at the end of the game when the Packers still had a chance to win. With seconds left to play, Love threw a pass short of the goal line, and the Steelers’ Damontae Kazee came up with a pick to end the game on a disappointing note for Green Bay

While Love’s two touchdowns and two interceptions don’t look ideal on a stat sheet, there is no doubt that he played a good game against the Steelers. He’ll have an opportunity to do the same against the Chargers, who have an awful passing defense.

Los Angeles head coach Brandon Staley is going to have to answer some serious questions at the end of this season, particularly if the Chargers fail to make the playoffs. Their offense isn’t perfect, but it is certainly doing all it can to win games. However, the defense continues to struggle and throw away any opportunities that the offense gives it.

The Chargers’ defense allows an average of 291 passing yards per game. This is why, on multiple occasions this season, Los Angeles has managed to score at least 30 points yet still lose the game. The Chargers fell 36-34 to Miami in their season opener, and this past weekend, the lost another high-scoring game to the Detroit Lions, 41-38. 

Los Angeles’ offense hasn’t exactly been the most reliable either. When quarterback Justin Herbert and wide receiver Keenan Allen are connecting on a regular basis, they are without a doubt one of the best duos in football. That was evident in last weekend’s game against the Lions, when Allen caught 11 passes for 175 yards and two touchdowns.

However, whenever Allen is taken away or somewhat neutralized, Herbert has yet to find a reliable second option to ignite the offense. Chargers running back Austin Ekeler missed a chunk of time due to injury and is just starting to find his rhythm again, which is going to be crucial for this offense over the final half of the season. 

Chargers vs. Packers Predictions and Pick

While I have my concerns about this Chargers team making a run in the playoffs, they have at least been beating the teams they should be beating, and they’re doing it in relatively comfortable fashion.

Justin Herbert didn’t have his best game two weeks ago, but the Chargers QB still beat the Jets with ease. They strolled past Chicago in Week 8 and also beat the Raiders and Vikings earlier in the year.

Quarterback Jordan Love’s Green Bay Packers are a team the Chargers need to beat if L.A. head coach Brandon Staley wants to keep his job. Staley’s players have too much talent for this to be a middle-of-the-pack team, and I think they get the win on Sunday at Lambeau Field.

The Packers are banged-up in their secondary, and there’s no guarantee that cornerback Jaire Alexander will be ready to play after missing last Sunday's game with a shoulder injury.

The Pick: Los Angeles Chargers -3 (-110)

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