CYB Best Bets Week 11 going 8-0 this Week
We were slightly brought back down to earth last week, going a modest 4-4. Not terrible, but certainly not what we have come to expect in the NFL this year. Its time to get back in the win column. I love the board this Sunday. I hope you’re ready to get rich, because we’re going 8-0. Let’s ride.
Green Bay Packers -2 vs. Minnesota Vikings
It just seems unfair to keep taking the Packers at this point. There’s no law against riding one of the best teams in the league, so we’re going back to the well again. I’m surprised this spread is so low. I thought it would be closer to 5.5 or 6. I keep hearing people say, “The Vikings aren’t as bad as their record,” but frankly, I think this team is pretty bad . A team that loses to Cooper Rush on prime time television at home cannot be classified as “Not that bad.” It’s not just Rush who beat them in their own dome, it’s pretty much everyone. Minnesota is 1-7 ATS in their last eight home games. The Packers, on the other hand, seem to make themselves at home wherever they play. They have covered their last five games on the road. These teams are also on the opposite side of the spectrum when it comes to playing teams in their own conference. The Vikings are 3-8 ATS in their last 11 against an NFC team, while Green Bay has covered their last six inter-conference games. They have also covered four of the last six games against Minnesota. I like the Pack to win big here. We will keep riding them until they give us a reason not to.
Cincinnati Bengals -1 vs. Las Vegas Raiders
We have a late-afternoon matchup of two surprising potential-playoff teams. Both squads are coming off blowout losses, but I’m taking Cincy here because they have had an extra week to prepare. With all their off the field issues, everyone was wondering when the Raiders would implode. We might have seen the beginning of that last week when they got smacked around by the Chiefs last week. Joe Burrow should be able to air it out in this one against a Vegas defense who struggles against the pass. They rank 23rd in the NFL in passing defense, while the Bengals rank third in passing offense. Cincinnati tends to cover when playing Vegas. They are 7-2 ATS in the last nine games against the Raiders. They are also 4-1 ATS coming off a loss. The Raiders were one of the pleasant surprises of the season, but all their non-football related distractions are bound to catch up with them soon. Give me the Bengals to get it done on the road.
Pittsburgh Steelers vs. LA Chargers U47
I hate that I’m taking the under on a prime time game, but this one will be ugly as hell. Even if Big Ben ends up playing, this one will still go way under. Over their last three games, both teams are averaging right at and just over 20 points per game. The main weakness of the LA defense is stopping the run. Pittsburgh will pound the rock and look to string out long, methodical drives, regardless of who is under center. Justin Herbert has not looked great lately and the Steelers defense can get after the quarterback. The total has gone under in six of Pittsburgh’s last nine games and 10 of LA’s last 15. The under is also 6-2 in the Chargers last eight home games. Do you really think both these teams can combine for seven touchdowns? Bet the under and get ready for an ugly, old school game on Sunday night.
The Rest of the Bunch:
Philadelphia Eagles -1.5 vs. New Orleans Saints NY Jets vs. Miami Dolphins O44.5 Seattle Seahawks +2.5 vs. Arizona Cardinals Dallas Cowboys +2.5 vs. Kansas City Chiefs NY Giants +11 vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Last week’s 4-4 performance was unacceptable. We’re going back to making money this Sunday. I absolutely love this card. Pray for your bookie.
CYB NFL Week 11 Tracking Sheet
* All odds provided by Action247 Sportsbook and all odds subject to change.
**All views expressed are my own. My picks are my own and are not a guarantee, bet at your own risk.