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Top games of NFL week 11
Here are the odds and analysis for two NFL games in week 11. Betting odds from BetMGM Sportsbook.
New York Jets at New England Patriots (-3.5)
It’s another edition of the Belichick Bowl as the Jets and Patriots clash in the second of their two meetings this season. Belichick has twice served as head coach for the Jets, though their combined tenure was barely long enough to cook a turkey. But his recurring tenure as Jets head coach still stings many who cheer for the Green-Whites. That’s why these annual games between the Great Dynastic Patriots and the Hapless JETS are so damn interesting.
Three weeks ago, the Patriots started the Jets with a 22-17 win at MetLife Stadium. “Booted” is the operative word as Belichick (five times) relied on his kicker’s foot to score the most points on the scoreboard. In that game, the Patriots selfishly took care of the football for 35 minutes, including most of the second half. The New England defense forced Jets QB Zach Wilson to throw often as the Jets could not run the ball (39 yards on scheduled running plays).
We also like the Patriots at giving in 3.5 points. The AFC East is tight, with all four teams in the playoffs but only two games separating them. A Pats win would be like two wins in a way because it would draw them level with New York but also secure the tie break.
Los Angeles Rams at New Orleans Saints (-3)
When the shine leaves the apple, bruises and maybe a worm or two are usually left behind. This is how the Rams’ season goes. A couple of losses early in the season raised doubts and as the defending champions kept fighting, the rest of the league lost respect for them. Now they just look like damaged fruit.
The Saints need to be near-perfect the rest of the way to get into the NFL playoff chase, which means now is the time for New Orleans to win an important home game and move up to the 5-4 teams that still very strong are the playoff picture.
Saints head coach Dennis Allen gave his quarterback the dreaded vote of confidence.
“We’re going with Andy [Dalton]” Allen told ESPN this week. “We talked about it as employees. I’ve had the opportunity to speak to both quarterbacks and right now I feel like Andy is the direction we want to go.”
Yes, Andy Dalton is still in the league. Maybe a lot of us have forgotten that since he’s been playing for a team so far south. Or maybe it’s the seven interceptions (three in his last two games) that make him unforgettable. The Red Rifle is now more like a pop gun.
Still, we’d like the home team to inflict another puzzling defeat on the Rams, who may still be hungover from winning the Super Bowl in their own backyard.