- The Green Bay Packers have (-125) odds to beat the Minnesota Vikings in Minnesota.
- The total points for the Baltimore Ravens vs. Chicago Bears game are set at 44.5 points.
- The Tennessee Titans are 10-point favorites at home against the Houston Texans.
CHICAGO – NFL Week 11 has a few games that would net a big return if pooled together into a single parlay bet.
The Packers vs. Vikings game is an NFC North rivalry between the top two teams in the division. While they are the best in the division, there is a big gap between these teams in terms of record as the Packers are 8-2 on the season while Minnesota is 4-5.
Green Bay Packers Vs. Minnesota Vikings Sun, Nov 21, 1 PM EST, FOX
- Moneyline: Packers -125, Vikings +105
- Spread: Packers -1.5
- Totals: O/U 47
The Packers are only 1.5-point favorites on the road, but they are 9-1 in their last 10 games against the spread. This is the smallest spread the Packers have seen this season.
The likely reason why Green Bay is not favored as much is due to the potential injury for QB Aaron Rodgers who has missed practices due to a toe issue.
If Rodgers doesn’t play, the Vikings have a legitimate chance at home. The one game Rodgers missed this season was on the road against the Kansas City Chiefs resulting in a loss.
The Vikings, however, are 2-2 in their last four outings and recently lost as home 4.5-point home favorites against the Dallas Cowboys. As long as Rodgers plays, the Packers should be able to take out the Vikings.
The Under: Ravens Vs. Bears
The Chicago Bears are 6-4 in their last 10 games with hitting the Under. While they hit the Over in their last two games, the Bears were on a six-game streak of consecutively hitting the Under.
In the two games where the Over hit, the total points were set at 40.
Baltimore Ravens Vs. Chicago Bears Sun, Nov 21, 1 PM EST, CBS
- Moneyline: Ravens -210, Bears +175
- Spread: Ravens -5.0
- Totals: O/U 44.5
The Ravens are 5-5 with hitting the Under in their last 10 games. While The Ravens have hit the Over in games set higher than 44.5, the opponent matters for this matchup.
The Ravens average 25.7 PPG and give up 24.1 PPG. The Chicago Bears average 16.7 PPG and gives up 24.9 PPG. If both teams score their averages, then the Under will hit.
Teams Likely To Cover The Spread
Both the Titans and the 49ers have matchups in Week 11 that should see them cover the spread. The 49ers face the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Jags are 5-5 against the spread in their last 10.
San Francisco 49ers Vs. Jacksonville Jaguars, Sun, Nov 21, 1 PM EST, FOX
- Moneyline: 49ers -280, Jaguars +230
- Spread: 49ers -6.5
- Totals: O/U 45.5
The 49ers have covered in every game they have won this in their last three wins. The Jaguars have just two wins on the season and have a 2-3 home record.
The Titans are 10-point favorites against the Houston Texans. The Texans are 5-5 against the spread while the 49ers are 7-3 against the spread in their last 10.
Houston Texans Vs. Tennessee Titans Sun, November 21, 1 PM EST, CBS
- Moneyline: Titans -500, Texans +360
- Spread: Titans -10
- Totals: O/U 44.5
The Titans are 5-1 in their last 6 of covering the spread, only failing to cover the -3.0 spread against the New Orleans Saints in their last game.
The Titans are on a six-game winning streak while the Texans are on an eight-game losing streak. The Texans are 0-5 on the road and the Titans 4-1 at home.
Houston is 1-5 against the spread on the road at legal sports betting sites and has not covered in any of their road games since their first road game against the Cleveland Browns.
Parlay Betting Slip
- Packers Moneyline: -125
- Ravens Vs. Bears Under: -110
- Titans -10 Spread: -110
- 49ers -6.5 Spread: -110
- Final Odds +1152
A $10 wager on this parlay would net $115.24, $25 would see $288.11, $50 would see $576.21, and $100 would net $1152.43 at NFL betting sites.
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