This is the stage of the NFL season where we very often see a team begin to get hot in the weeks leading up to the playoffs. We saw it last season with the Tennessee Titans, who went on a run that took them all the way to the AFC Conference Championship Game. Who will it be this year? It might be too early to make an accurate prediction, but the Miami Dolphins are suddenly getting hot with rookie sensation Tua Tagovailoa under center. It’s asking a lot for a rookie to come in and suddenly compete with the best that the league has to offer, but it is certainly a situation worth keeping an eye on. I am putting Miami in my ATS picks for Week 11, but I also have another couple of selections that might be worth playing. Let’s take a closer look at the selections for this week so you can bet on their NFL odds.
Week 11 ATS Picks for the 2020 Season | NFL Betting
Miami Dolphins (-3 ½) at Denver Broncos
This has been the season of the young QB, with the likes of Kyler Murray, Justin Herbert, and Drew Lock all showing that they belong in the league. We can now add Tua Tagovailoa to that list, as he has won each of his 3 professional starts, including back to back wins over two of the aforementioned QB’s. The Dolphins are now on a run that has seen them win 5 in a row, which also has them very much in the AFC playoff picture. This weekend, they will head to Denver to face a banged-up Broncos team that has lost 2 in a row and 3 of their last 4. The Dolphins have been a fantastic pick against the spread of late, covering in each of their last 5 games. They have also covered in each of their last 5 visits to Denver, so this looks like a solid wager.
Dallas Cowboys at Minnesota Vikings (-7)
As poor as both of these teams have been in the first half of the season, they are both still in the hunt for a playoff spot in the NFC. The Dallas Cowboys have just 2 wins on the season, but they are in the NFC East, which has been awful, with the Eagles now on top with a 3-5-1 record. The problem for the Cowboys is that their injury list is huge, which always makes inning hard. The Minnesota Vikings are suddenly on the move after stumbling out of the gate and firing their head coach. They are at 4-5 on the season, but they have also won 3 in a row heading into this game. They have been a fantastic bet ATS this season, covering in 6 of their last 7 games.
Kansas City Chiefs (-7) at Las Vegas Raiders
This is a game that might well be seen as a bit of a revenge quest for the defending Super Bowl champions. The Kansas City Chiefs are a stellar 8-1 on the season, but that lone loss came in a home game against these Raiders a few weeks ago. It really is tough to imagine this team losing to the same team twice in a single season. The Raiders are on a hot run of their own, though, winning 3 in a row to get to 6-3 on the season. A win for them here would suddenly make the AFC West very interesting indeed. The Chiefs have covered in 5 of their last 7 games this season, but perhaps more importantly, they are 13-2 ATS in their last 15 games versus conference foes.
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