NFL point spread:
Patriots vs. Bills, Cleveland at Baltimore
The point spread and betting
odds preview of the Week 11 NFL games New England Patriots vs.
Buffalo Bills and Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore Ravens.
start our Week 11 NFL point spread and odds preview with two of
the most bet on game this week. In the first game the undefeated
New England Patriots (9-0) will visit the Buffalo
Bills (5-4) for a shot at yet another victory this football
season. The point spread on the New England Patriots vs.
Buffalo Bills game is sitting at -16.5 points chalk the Pats
Bodog Sports and only a hand
few of Bills fans believe the Patriots won't cover the spread.
Bookmaker will pay out 1,000
for every 100 bet if the Bills win the game, the Patriots
being favorite with odds -1500. Keep in mind that New England is
8-1 against the spread in its last 9 games and Buffalo is 5-0
ATS in its last 5 games. But when the New England met Buffalo in
September, the Pats won the game 38-7.
Despite coming out of their bye week,
New England is still struggling with injuries. Quarterback Tom
Brady had a limited Wednesday practice with right shoulder
injury, as well as WR Wes Welker, LB Mike Vrabel and CB Eddie
Jackson. Safeties Mel Mitchell and Eugene Wilson both missed
practice yesterday. But even with injuries, the Patriots
outperform the Bills in every direction and only divine power
could prevent New England from covering the -16.5 points spread.
The game between the Cleveland Browns
(5-4) and the Baltimore Ravens (4-5) will offer much more
two-way action and could go either way. At the betting website
Bodog Sports the point
spread on the Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore Ravens is
favoring the Browns -3 points with the total sitting at 44
points. Cleveland is also favorite at
Bookmaker with money line -145
and the Ravens are dog at +125. Betting trends show that
Cleveland is 7-1 against the spread in its last 8 games and
Baltimore is 1-9 ATS in its last 10 games.
Who would have thought this summer that
the Ravens will be underdog at home against the Browns? But its
a fact and Baltimore losing 21-7 against the Bengals last week
doesn't help to win the odds makers confidence. Cleveland has
already beaten the Ravens this season, 27-13 in September and
most bettors side with the bookmakers and the favorite pick of
the patrons at the online sportsbooks is Cleveland to cover the
spread. The Browns reported three linebackers missing Wednesday
practice - D'Qwell Jackson, Willie McGinest and Antwan Peek. But
Baltimore will be without quarterback Steve McNair (shoulder)
and wide receiver Demetrius Williams (ankle). Tight ends Todd
Heap and Daniel Wilcox both missed practice yesterday and WR
Yamon Figurs, RB Le'Ron McClain and CB Chris McAlister all did a
limited Wednesday practice.