NFL Week 11 Odds: Underdog G-Men Can Cover Against Reeling Buccaneers

The New York Giants are once again massive underdogs when they face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The G-Men haven't won often, and they likely won't on Monday, but they could easily cover against a reeling Bucs team. Check our latest betting odds below.

Last Updated: Nov 21, 2021 8:16 PM ET Read Time: 8 min

Happy NFL Sunday and welcome to Week 11 betting. With kickoff closing in, we look at the current NFL odds as well as the biggest line moves, sharp money and most public picks on the Week 11 board.

Today's schedule is headlined by a huge non-conference clash between the Cowboys and Chiefs, as well as some classic Buffalo weather rolling in for Colts at Bills, and a cross-country Sunday Night Football showddown between the Steelers and Chargers.

Here is the list of all the NFL Week 11 odds and in-depth insight in the betting action coming in at the sportsbook.

These are the current NFL odds for Week 11, with the Chiefs set as slim home favorites hosting Dallas and the Chargers giving 5.5 points to the Steelers on Sunday Night Football.

Matchup Time Spread Over/Under
Patriots at Falcons Thurs, 8:20 p.m. ET Falcons +6.5 47
Saints at Eagles Sun, 1 p.m. ET Eagles -3 41.5
Dolphins at Jets Sun, 1 p.m. ET Jets +3.5 45
Washington at Panthers Sun, 1 p.m. ET Panthers -3 43
Colts at Bills Sun, 1 p.m. ET Bills -7 49
Lions at Browns Sun, 1 p.m. ET Browns -12.5 42.5
49ers at Jaguars Sun, 1 p.m. ET Jaguars +6.5 45.5
Texans at Titans Sun, 1 p.m. ET Titans -10 45
Packers at Vikings Sun, 1 p.m. ET Vikings +1 47.5
Ravens at Bears Sun, 1 p.m. ET Bears +5 43.5
Bengals at Raiders Sun, 4:05 p.m. ET Raiders +1.5 50.5
Cardinals at Seahawks Sun, 4:25 p.m. ET Seahawks -2.5 45.5
Cowboys at Chiefs Sun, 4:25 p.m. ET Chiefs -2.5 55
Steelers at Chargers Sun, 8:20 p.m. ET Chargers -5.5 47.5
Giants at Buccaneers Mon, 8:15 p.m. ET Buccaneers -10.5 49.5

Teams on bye this week: Broncos, Rams
Odds courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook as of November 21.

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Opening line

Falcons +5.5, Over/Under 47

Why the line moved

UPDATE, 11:24 A.M. ET, THURSDAY, NOV. 18: The pointspread for Thursday NIght Football came down off Patriots -7 to -6.5 on Thursday morning. This is a strange move considering 80 percent of DraftKings' pointspread handle is on the Pats. They have hung a -120 on that -6.5 number, so we'd expect that spread to jump back up to -7 with a couple of larger wagers on New England. The total is holding steady at 47.

Opening line

Eagles -1.5, Over/Under 44

Why the line moved

UPDATE, 8:15 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 21: Sunday money is siding with the home team, moving Philadelphia to -3 at some books while others are dealing Eagles -2.5 (-115), so shop around for the best spread around the key number of a field goal depending on your opinion. WynnBet is reporting close to 91 percent of the handle is on Philly while the bet count shows a just a 56 percent lean to the Eagles. This total has also continued to slim since Saints RB Alvin Kamara was ruled out, dropping to 42.5 as of Sunday morning.

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Opening line

Jets +2.5, Over/Under 45.5

Why the line moved

UPDATE, 8:30 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 21: Miami settled in as a 3.5-point road favorite once the Jets announced veteran QB Joe Flacco as their starter in Week 11 and that spread has stayed put. Covers Consensus shows 66 percent of picks on the Dolphins and sportsbooks are showing similar splits, with DraftKings reporting 71 percent of bet count on the Fins and 86 percent of the money on Miami. This total is among the lowest on the Week 11 odds board, down to 44.5 points and 60 percent of handle banking on the Under.

Opening line

Panthers -2.5, Over/Under 43.5

Why the line moved

UPDATE, 8:30 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 21: After sitting at Carolina -3.5 most of the week, this spread has dropped to a field goal with Panthers -3 (-120) on the board at some books but others still dealing the half-point hook on the home side. Covers Consensus shows 63 percent of picks on the Panthers in Cam Newton’s return to Bank of America Stadium while sportsbooks are reporting 71 percent of bets on Carolina but just 55 percent of the money. The total is sitting as low as 42.5 points with 68 percent of bets on the Over but the handle leaning Under with 66 percent of money on a low-scoring finish.

Opening line

Bills -7, Over/Under 49.5

Why the line moved

UPDATE, 8:30 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 21: Football bettors have been tracking the weather for this Week 11 contest all week and the forecast on Sunday morning is calling for much tamer temperatures and winds (50 degrees, winds 16mph). The Bills are currently touchdown favorites with WynnBet showing just over half of bets on Indianapolis and the points, but the handle is leaning toward Buffalo at a 57 percent rate. This total opened as high as 50.5 points and is down to 49.5.

Opening line

Browns -10, Over/Under 46

Why the line moved

UPDATE, 8:30 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 21: With the Browns expected to have QB Baker Mayfield and RB Nick Chubb in action against the winless Lions, this spread is climbing — Cleveland is as big as -13 right now. Bookmakers are reporting 58 percent of bets and 67 percent of handle riding on Detroit and backup QB Tim Boyle, who is making his first NFL starts in Week 11. This total has taken a tumble, falling from as high as 45.5 to 42.5 as of Sunday morning.

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Opening line

Jaguars +6, Over/Under 47

Why the line moved

UPDATE, 8:30 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 21: San Francisco is sitting at -6.5 at Jacksonville on Sunday morning, but with some operators setting the vig on that spread as -120 a move to -7 could be coming soon. Some books flirted with a touchdown on Friday but took buyback on the Jaguars instantly. DraftKings sportsbooks are reporting 80 percent of bets and 75 percent of the money on the 49ers. Our Covers Consensus is also leaning to San Francisco, with 67 percent of picks on the Niners.

Opening line

Titans -10.5, Over/Under 45.5

Why the line moved

UPDATE, 8:30 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 21: Tennessee is a 10-point favorite hosting Houston at home in Week 11, but some books have started to tack on the extra half points to make the spread Titans -10.5. WynnBet is reporting 75 percent of bets on Tennessee, but the Texans are drawing the most money at 63.5 percent of the handle. Covers Consensus shows 67 percent of picks on the red-hot home side, with the Titans winning six straight games heading into Week 11.

Opening line

Vikings +2.5, Over/Under 49.5

Why the line moved

UPDATE, 8:30 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 21: Books are dealing Green Bay between -1 and -1.5 in Minnesota, after dropping from -2.5 upon news of Aaron Rodgers’ painful toe injury. Despite that injury, the Packers are the popular play in terms of bets count (80%) and money wagered (69%). The total for this NFC North rivalry opened 49.5 and sunk to 47.5 with Rodgers’ injury. The Under has drawn 51 percent of the bets and 86 percent of the money wagered on the total.

Opening line

Bears +6, Over/Under 45

Why the line moved

UPDATE, 11:00 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 21: According to media, Lamar Jackson will undergo tests when he arrived at Solider Field to see if he can play through a non-COVID illness today. Whatever virus has Jackson sick also ripped through the Ravens' locker room as well. Some sportsbooks like FanDuel have dropped the spread as low as Baltimore -3.5 with the total at 42.5 points.

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Opening line

Raiders PK, Over/Under 49

Why the line moved

UPDATE, 9:00 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 21: Las Vegas has jumped a half-point to +1.5 as of Sunday morning after spending most of the week as a 1-point home underdog hosting Cincinnati in Week 11. The Bengals are the popular bet at WynnBet sportsbooks, drawing 64 percent of bets and 59 percent of money. This total has also moved from 49.5 to 50.5 points with 98 percent of the handle hitting the Over.

Opening line

Chiefs -2.5, Over/Under 53.5

Why the line moved

UPDATE, 9:00 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 21: Most books are dealing Kansas City -2.5 (-115) as of Sunday morning and with close to 68 percent of the money coming in on the Chiefs, this spread could go to -3 if that action continues. However, Dallas is the more popular bet with more than 61 percent of bets on the Cowboys, according to WynnBet. Covers Consensus is showing a dead-even 50/50 split in picks for this marquee non-conference clash. The total for this game jumped as high as 56.5 points but has come back down to 55.5. The Over has drawn close to 60 percent of bets for the total and 51 percent of the money. 

Opening line

Seahawks +1, Over/Under 50.5

Why the line moved

UPDATE, 9:00 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 21: This line jumped the fence from Seahawks +1.5 to -1.5 upon news that Arizona WR DeAndre Hopkins would sit out Week 11 on Saturday. And with the status of QB Kyler Murray coming down to a game-time decision, bettors are trying to get out ahead of that update and have moved Seattle to as big as -3. This total has also moved from as high as 50 to 46 points.

Opening line

Chargers -3.5, Over/Under 48

Why the line moved

UPDATE, 9:00 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 21: As of Sunday morning, the Chargers are 5.5-point home chalk hosting the Steelers with Pittsburgh QB Ben Roethlisberger cleared to play (COVID). However, the Steelers are down three main defenders (T.J. Watt, Joe Haden, and Minkah Fitzpatrick). DraftKings sportsbooks are reporting 60 percent of bets and 83 percent of the handle on the home team for Sunday Night Football.  

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Opening line

Buccaneers -12, Over/Under 51

Why the line moved

UPDATE, 9:00 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 21: The Buccaneers are currently as low as 10.5-point home favorites hosting the Giants on Monday Night Football, down from -11.5 earlier in the week. WynnBet sportsbooks are reporting 59 percent of bet count on Tampa Bay but nearly 71 percent of the money on New York. Covers Consensus is showing 54 percent of picks on the G-Men, which could set up a classic “Joes vs. Pros” matchup at the sportsbook, especially with plenty of teasers and parlays tied in the Bucs at home off two losses.

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