We are already 11 weeks through the 2015 season as we continue to offer NFL betting tips. This week kicks off with a big Thursday night clash in Jacksonville , while Monday Night Football takes us to New England. You can watch all these games on Australian television and you can read on for our NFL Week 11 betting tips.
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Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars – Friday 12:25am
Thursday night football will be an all AFC South battle between the Tennessee Titans and the Jacksonville Jaguars. There may only be five wins between these two teams but because the way the AFC South is playing out, both the Titans and Jags can make the post season. A win for the home side would actually put them in a tie for first.
This game is a chance for the young talented quarterbacks to show what they’re made of in front of a national audience. Titans QB Marcus Mariota was the second overall pick in the national draft and he is having a very good rookie year. The Jags QB Blake Bortles is in his sophomore year and although he may have 19 touchdowns he also has 11 interceptions to go with them. He is a big presence in the pocket and against this Titans defense I expect him to do some damage.
The Jags have played three very good games the last three weeks and with the possibility of playoffs I expect them to take care of business today. The total has gone OVER in 4 of the last 5 Jacksonville games and I also expect this trend to continue.
Tip: Jacksonville Jaguars at the line (-2.5) - $1.82 at CrownBet
+ Total Game Score OVER 42.5 - $1.92 at Sportsbet
San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks – Monday 8:25am
This NFC West rivalry seemed so much fiercer in the past. It also might just be that we are not use to seeing two champion teams sitting at the bottom of the division. That spot is usually reserved for Arizona but last week’s game showed that the tides have turned. As Arizona went into Seattle and took care of business.
Will the 49ers learn anything from how Arizona played Seattle? They blitzed Russell Wilson which is usually a no-no and they targeted Richard Sherman which is usually a “BIG” no-no. We have seen this match up only four weeks ago so we have plenty of information to make an informed decision.
Although the 49ers have shown a little improvement with a win last week against Atlanta I still feel this Seattle defensive front can have its way with weaker teams. Seattle seems to be the 49ers bogey team and it feels like a really bad spot for the visiting team.
Tip: Seattle Seahawks at the line (-13.0) - $2.02 at Sportsbet
Cincinnati Bengals at Arizona Cardinals – Monday 12:30pm
Sunday night primetime game has the potential to be a blockbuster. The 8-1 Cincinnati Bengals travel to the university of Phoenix to take on the high flying 7-2 Arizona Cardinals. The Bengals are coming off a horrible home loss to an average team. Now there is a possibility they were in a look ahead spot last week or maybe it was just one of those upset weeks in football. Either way my trust in Andy Dalton has dropped slightly.
The most important aspect of this game will be the motivation of Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer to show the Bengals they made a mistake kicking him out of the team for Andy Dalton.
Tip: Arizona Cardinals at the line (-5.0) - $1.92 at CrownBet
Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots – Tuesday 12:30
The perfect 9-0 New England Patriots will host Monday night football from Gillette Stadium and divisional rivals the Buffalo Bills will be trying to spoil the party. The Pats won their 9th straight game this season in dramatic fashion against the New York Giants. It took a last minute game winning drive and field goal in order to secure the win. However that victory came at a cost with the loss of Julian Edelman who is one of Tom Brady’s favourite targets. The Pats are not exactly one dimensional and although it’s a big loss I believe Bill Bellicheck will be prepared for this exact situation.
Rex Ryan and the Bills are an old school “style” football team. They play for field position and try to run the ball and control the time of possession. There’s just one problem. Doing this against this stout New England defense is a very difficult task. As they only allow a mere 88.0 yards in rushing. Therefore if the Bills are forced into a game plan that they are not comfortable with (which I believe will happen) then it will be a night to forget for Rex Ryan.
Tip: New England Patriots at the line (-7.5) - $2.05 at CrownBet
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