Read about the Best Week 11 Parlay for NFL betting.
Best Week 11 Parlay
All odds and lines from PointsBet, current as of Saturday at 9:45 a.m. ET.
1. New England Patriots (-131)
2. Atlanta Falcons-New Orleans Saints, Under 49 (-110)
3. Miami Dolphins -3.5 (-115)
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New England Patriots (-131)
Although the Patriots looked dead and buried just a few weeks ago, they look like a team figuring it out. They have won two straight games over the Jets and Ravens.
While the Patriots barely squeaked out a win over the jets, a team they normally handle quite seamlessly, they followed up that win with a phenomenal and improbable victory over the Ravens.
On the other side, the Texans will be down David Johnson, their starting running back, who is on the injured reserve list with a concussion. With Duke Johnson now slated to start his second straight game, the Texans could very well be one-dimensional.
Duke Johnson is not exactly known for his in-between-the-tackles rushing ability and if he is not involved in the passing game, he is, well, useless. See last week's revenge game versus Cleveland in which Johnson was a non-factor as a rusher and as a receiver.
The Patriots are 8-2 straight-up against the Texans in their past 10 games.
Atlanta Falcons-New Orleans Saints, Under 49 (-110)
The Falcons and Saints are two teams that in recent history, are known to put up massive points. That is, however, except when they play each other. The Under is 5-1 in the past six games between the Saints and Falcons. It is also 5-1-1 in the past seven meetings between these two teams in New Orleans.
With Drew Brees sidelined with his ailing ribs, the Saints are keeping their starting quarterback plans under wraps.
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We have seen conflicting reports throughout the week stating that it would be Jameis Winston, then Taysom Hill, then nobody, as the most recent reports suggest that Saints head coach Sean Payton has yet to name a starter. They could even platoon the position in-game, which does not bode well for big points.
Last year with Teddy Bridgewater playing for the injured Brees, the Saints won with sound defense and a quality rushing attack. I see a similar plan of attack in 2020.
Miami Dolphins -3.5 (-115)
This Miami-Denver game is a mismatch. Although it does look like Drew Lock will play, the Dolphins' defense should smother whoever the Broncos put under center.
The Dolphins have won five straight games, mostly with their defense. They have also covered the spread in all five of those victories, a trend that will continue on Sunday.
As long as Tua Tagovailoa does not make mistakes — he shouldn't, as the Dolphins are smart and have been protecting him, unleashing him little by little as he gets more experience under his belt — the Dolphins should win this game easily.
The Dolphins are also 7-2 against the spread in nine games played this season and 3-1 ATS in their last four games facing Denver.
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