PlayUSA NFL Bets Navigator Week 11: Into The Thick Of It

Written By Nicholaus Garcia on November 19, 2021 - Last Updated on June 8, 2022
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Welcome back to the PlayUSA Bets Navigator!

Okay, about last week. What’s there to say except, former Alabama quarterbacks know how to play football.

The Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, and Philadelphia Eagles each led by former Crimson Tide QB’s notched upset victories in Week 10.

Other standout performances include Tennessee containing to flex it’s muscle in a post-Derrick Henry season, Buffalo reigniting its high-powered offense, and the Dallas Cowboys showing why they are an NFC favorite.

For those needing a refresher, each week, PlayUSA will gather three bets we are watching throughout the NFL betting season.

You should know, were are not professional oddsmakers in any way, shape, or form. Although we follow the legal US betting market and NFL odds, this content is strictly from a personal perspective. In short, we want to have a little fun with it.

Now, let’s dive into NFL Week 11.

Bets we are watching: NFL Week 11

Talk about going 0 for 3 with NFL Week 10 picks, yikes! Did anyone think the Super Bowl contender LA Rams would get embarrassed on Monday Night football? I didn’t. Let’s hope this week is a bit more friendly. 

This week’s bets come by way of DraftKings Sportsbook. More odds below:

Season record: 4-11

Dallas Cowboys at Kansas City Chiefs

  • Point Spread: Cowboys +2.5

Dallas is playing really good football and Kansas City is also playing really good football. The Cowboys defense has been shockingly good with standout wins against the Chargers, Patriots, and Minnesota. The lone anomaly was a 30-16 drumming by the Denver Broncos. 

On the other side of the ball, the Chiefs have slowly picked themselves up from an odd year which featured losses to Baltimore, Los Angeles (Chargers), Buffalo, and Tennessee. Since then, they have rattled off three straight wins against the Giants, Packers (without Aaron Rodgers), and Las Vegas.

This will certainly be more of a test for the Cowboys. Are they contenders, or mealy pretenders to the Super Bowl throne?

Remember, this is a point spread bet. The Cowboys need to lose by 2 points or win the game.

Seattle Seahawks over Arizona Cardinals

  • Moneyline: +105 (Seahawks)

Russell Wilson is back. Although he didn’t look good in their loss to Green Bay, it was a road game in hostile territory.

Arizona has been cruising even without Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins. But if they suit up this Sunday, it might be a different story. In years past, Seattle is almost unbeatable at home. Expect Lumen Field to be electric and Wilson and Co., to put up quite a fight.

This is a classic moneyline bet. Thus, the Seahawks have to win the game to win the bet.

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 Myles Gaskin + Deebo Samuel + Cam Newton (rushing) all to score anytime

  • 3-Leg Parlay: +1082

Cam Newton’s return to Carolina should provide some tasty goal line rushing opportunities. Similarly, Gaskin faces a New York Jets defense that allows on average 133.9 rushing yards per game. If the Dolphins can get inside the redzone, expect Gaskins to get some touches. 

Lastly, Samuel has been on fire this season. The speedy wideout has notched 54 catches for 979 yards and five touchdowns. Samuel is a threat to score anytime the ball is in his hands. He faces a beat up Jags defense so odds are, he might be in for another big day.

Since this is a parlay bet, all three players listed above need to score a TD (anytime) in order for the bet to win.

If you enjoyed the above selections, be sure and follow the PlayUSA Picks Navigator each week for more exciting content. Be sure to also check out how I’m tracking futures odds for the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year.

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Nick has had stints in Chicago and Washington, D.C., writing about politics, financial markets, and sports betting. He graduated from Texas Tech University and completed his master's degree in journalism at Columbia College Chicago.

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