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NFL Week 11 Best Bets and Odds: Two Favorites and One Underdog Will Help Bettors Cash

Bettors looking for winning action in Week 11 need to start their tickets with these three games.

Week 11 is highlighted by several division rivalries taking center stage. The Jets and Patriots will face off looking to gain ground in the AFC East, the Bengals head to Pittsburgh in an AFC North battle, while the Chargers will play host to Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs in an AFC West showdown on "Sunday Night Football."

After the Titans upset the Packers on Thursday night, underdogs own an 84-61-6 (57.9 percent) mark against the spread (ATS) mark, while the under has rewarded bettors with an 86-63-2 (57.7 percent) record.

Can the Rams snap a three-game losing streak and upset Alvin Kamara and the Saints without star wideout Cooper Kupp?

Will the Vikings be able to extend their home winning streak to five games as 1.5-point underdogs against Dak Prescott and the Cowboys?

Let’s dive into some best bets for Week 11!

Commanders -3 vs. Texans

Taylor Heinicke is 3-1 straight up since taking over for Carson Wentz, rewarding bettors with a 3-0-1 against the spread mark over that span. Houston has lost seven of its last eight games (1-7 SU) and is winless (0-3-1) at home this season.

Jets +3.5 vs. Patriots

Robert Saleh’s squad has become "road warriors" posting a perfect 4-0 SU and ATS mark away from MetLife Stadium. The Jets, who have been underdogs in every game this season, are once again getting points from oddsmakers for the 10th consecutive game. Zach Wilson, who is 9-4 ATS (69.2 percent) over his last 13 starts, is 0-3 SU in his young career against New England. Dating back to December 2015, New England has beaten the Jets 13 consecutive times. All streaks come to an end.

Ravens -12.5 vs. Panthers

Due to an ankle injury to PJ Walker, Carolina will be turning back to Baker Mayfield under center on Sunday. Making his first start since Week 5, Mayfield will look to improve upon his 1-4 SU and ATS record with the club. The Panthers, who are 1-7 ATS over their last eight road games dating back to last season, will face a Ravens squad that has burned bettors posting a 0-3-1 ATS mark this season at M&T Bank Stadium. Something has to give from a betting perspective and respected money in Vegas believes that despite the big number Baltimore is a team just starting to hit its stride.