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Consensus Game Picks from the Most Accurate Experts (Week 11)

Nov 15, 2019

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Sunday, Early Games

Cowboys at Lions (+7)
ATS – 90% Cowboys

The potential absence of Stafford is enough to side with the Cowboys, who should take care of business regardless of who’s under center for the Lions thanks to an overwhelming advantage in the trenches. ~ Ricky Doyle (NESN)
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Jaguars at Colts (-2.5)
ATS – 60% Jaguars

It appears Jacoby Brissett will start, but I like the Jaguars rested coming off a bye week with their starting quarterback back under center. Also, every single Colts game this year has been decided by one possession, so I’ll take the points even if it’s just three. ~ Andre Khatchaturian (NESN)
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Broncos at Vikings (-10)
ATS – 62% Vikings

The Vikings (7-3) should roll here. The Broncos (3-6) are off a bye, but Brandon Allen has no business going into Minnesota and hanging around. Kirk Cousins shines in these affairs, and he should do so again on Sunday. ~ Matt Verderame (FanSided)
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Texans at Ravens (-4)
ATS – 55% Texans

Houston’s defense did an excellent job against a mobile quarterback, Gardner Minshew, in a 26-3 win over Jacksonville in Week 9. Containing Jackson obviously is a whole different beast, but the Texans are solid against the run and will do whatever it takes to make the Ravens’ electric QB beat them through the air. The key for Houston will be weathering the storm early, as Baltimore’s offense can catch teams by surprise by virtue of its sheer uniqueness. ~ Ricky Doyle (NESN)
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Jets at Washington (-2.5)
ATS – 75% Jets

The Redskins will make a ton of mistakes offensively this week to help New York, while Washington can’t stop either Le’Veon Bell or Darnold’s veteran receivers. ~ Vinnie Iyer (Sporting News)
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Falcons at Panthers (-4.5)
ATS – 52% Panthers

Carolina is 3-0 at home with Kyle Allen as the starting quarterback, winning each game by at least a touchdown. Atlanta is too inconsistent to trust them after one victory. Christian McCaffrey should put up big numbers in a win for the Panthers. ~ Anthony Riccobono (IB Times)
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Bills at Dolphins (+6.5)
ATS – 50% Bills

Buffalo has feasted on bad teams this season, and as they start to face better competition, that will continue to show. Despite a two-game winning streak, the Dolphins still aren’t good, and the Bills’ running attack and defense should make it a long day for the Fins. ~ Mike Cole (NESN)
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Saints at Buccaneers (+5.5)
ATS – 51% Saints

Still wondering how a one-win team that had allowed 20 or more points in every game and an average of 35.3 points in their previous four games can go into New Orleans and hold a 7-1 Saints team to nine points. Could it happen again in Tampa Bay? I don’t think so. ~ Gerry Dulac (Pittsburgh Post Gazette)
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Sunday, Late Games

Cardinals at 49ers (-9.5)
ATS – 71% Cardinals

The 49ers are coming off their first loss, a tough one on Monday night. But it helps they will be home to offset that short week. 49ers big. ~ Pete Prisco (CBS Sports)
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Patriots at Eagles (+3.5)
ATS – 69% Patriots

Philadelphia’s offense has been too inconsistent to trust them against the league’s No.1 defense. The Eagles’ defense has played well in consecutive wins over Mitchell Trubisky and Josh Allen. Let’s see how the secondary performs against Tom Brady and Bill Belichick’s team coming off a bye. ~ Anthony Riccobono (IB Times)
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Bengals at Raiders (-11.5)
ATS – 68% Raiders

The market struggles to price outliers accordingly and the Bengals are an outlier of futility, especially behind rookie quarterback Ryan Finley. A time will come to the fade the Raiders, but it’s not this week. ~ Case Keefer (Las Vegas Sun)
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Sunday Night

Bears at Rams (-6.5)
ATS – 64% Bears

This is going to be a rock fight. The Bears (4-5) and Rams (5-4) are both having all kinds of offensive issues. Los Angeles shouldn’t be laying a touchdown to most teams, and while it’ll win, look for this to be close. ~ Matt Verderame (FanSided)
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Monday Night

Chiefs at Chargers (+4)
ATS – 77% Chiefs

Kansas City will get back on track with plenty of Patrick Mahomes, set up well by the running game, ripping apart the Chargers’ defense. Philip Rivers will keep slumping against an underrated pass rush, and Melvin Gordon will not run well enough to save the night. ~ Vinnie Iyer (Sporting News)
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