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Ten Things ... You Should Know Before Bet on NFL Week 11

Written by Matt Stevens   
Friday, 20 November 2009 23:19

NFL Week 11 Betting Odds at BSN SportsThe game between the Patriots and Colts turned instantly into a new classic in the NFL betting. The controversial decision of Bill Belichick was commented on by all sides and there are even those who defend it and ensure that New England coach was right.

It is likely that Brady and Manning will see new faces in the postseason, because Pats and Colts are two serious contenders in the AFC.

Before the highly anticipated rematch, hereĀ“s Week Eleven Analysis.

1 .- About the Indianapolis - Colts became the third team in history with nineteen consecutive regular-season victories, joining the Patriots, who have already done twice (21.08.2006, 18.04.2003) . It was also the ninth win of coach Jim Caldwell, who became the first rookie coach to win his first nine games, after overcoming potsy Clark (8-0, Portsmouth, 1931).

The Colts now have their third 9-0 start in five seasons (13-0 in 2005 and 9-0 in 2006).

Colts are favorites -1.5 with total of 44.5

2 .- A Cowboy - The rivalry between Dallas and Washington is one of the most important in the NFL and relive this Sunday in the Cowboys Stadium where the Cowboys will try to avoid a second straight loss after the debacle in Green Bay.

Dallas is fifty-seven victories over Washington (your customer number one). From 1997 to 2002, the Cowboys won ten straight over the Redskins. However, no two-game winning streak against Washington since 2004.

With a victory, the Cowboys gain five consecutive seasons with a victory the week before the traditional Thanksgiving.

Cowboys are favorites -11 with total of 41.5

3 .- Like a playoff - Green Bay and San Francisco used to fight important battles in the 90s. How important? Enough to get a ticket to the Super Bowl. Although not faced since 2003, Sunday's game at Lambeau Field could serve to give a Wildcard in the NFC.

Green Bay (5-4) has the same record than Atlanta, the Giants and Philadelphia. The 49ers (4-5) are not far.

Including playoffs, the Packers have won six in a row over the miners in Green Bay.

Packers are favorites -6.5 with total of 42

4 .- Prohibited lose - The defeat was doubly painful to Cincinnati to Pittsburgh (6-3), which was completed a run of five straight wins and is now second in the AFC North Division (under the Bengals (7-2)).

The champions can not lose the way to Cincinnati to pursue a berth in the postseason, so their game in Kansas City is critical.

Pittsburgh is 17.8 against the Chiefs in the regular season and 9-4 in Kansas City. Hines Ward has fond memories of Arrowhead Stadium, for in his most recent visit with the Steelers had nine receptions for 146 yards and a touchdown, but the Chiefs won 41-20 on 14 September 2003.

Pittsburgh has had a runner than a hundred or more yards in his last five victories over Kansas City: Willie Parker (2006), Jerome Bettis (2001 and 1998 and 1996) and Barry Foster (1992).

Steelers are favorites -10 with total of 40

5 .- Favre, near - With Brett Favre, the Vikings are 8-1 with mark for the first time since 1998 and will play at home the second of three straight when they take on Seattle. These two teams have met only ten times and the Seahawks win the series 6-4. Minnesota has played four at home against the Seahawks and their brand is 2-2.

Favre's numbers are not impressive against Seattle. In six games, completed 114 of 198 passes for 1.286 yards, nine touchdowns with ten interceptions and passer rating of 71.2 points. A veteran will win close to the playoffs.

Vikings are favorites -10.5 with total of 46

6 .- They finally win? The Giants have lost four straight and their participation in the postseason is at risk. This week things will not be easy against the Falcons, who are 5-1 at Giants Stadium. Interestingly, in this series the visiting team has won the last twelve clashes. The location has not won since November 11, 1979, the last time the Giants beat Atlanta with marker 24.3 at Giants Stadium.

Giants are favorites -7 with total of 46

7 .- Leadership - The three-game losing streak in Denver closed the race for the title of AFC West Division and first place Sunday in dispute when the Chargers visit the Broncos. Both have a 6-3 record, but Denver and won the first of his duels in regular season, 34-23 in Week Six at Qualcomm Stadium.

San Diego has won four of the last five division crowns and it was a win over Denver (52-21) which gave him the title last season.

Since 2004, the Chargers have a 26.8 mark against West Division rival in the AFC:

12-0 vs. Oakland, 6-5 vs.. And 8-3 vs. Denver. Kansas City.

Raiders are underdogs +9.5 with total of 36

8 .- And now, the Jets - The defeat at Indianapolis wounding the Patriots, who return home on Sunday to settle another score to settle: Jets.

Mark Sanchez and his troops defeated New England on 16.9 to 20 is September, but this time the teams going in opposite directions.

A victory for the Jets? I think not. Since 2003, Belichick's Pats are 20.1 after a loss in regular season (2-0 in 2009). Besides, Tom Brady is 12.3 against New Yorkers, who has won only twice less than Buffalo (14).

Jets are underdogs - 10.5 with total of 45

9 .- North Domination - Philadelphia along with the Giants were the natural candidates to win the NFC East division, but with their second straight loss the Eagles put in jeopardy not only the division crown, but a possible ticket to playoffs . It is therefore important game Sunday night in Chicago. In Philadelphia, at least history is on their side. Coach Andy Reid is 13.4 against North Division rival in the NFC regular season, 6-3 in road games and 4-0 postseason. Against the Bears, Reid is 5-2. Donovan McNabb is 4-2 to Chicago as a starter with 136 full of 221 passes for 1.403 yards, six touchdown passes, five interceptions and 79.4 rating.

Eagles are favorites - 10 with total of 45

10 .- Yes, ten - The Saints have a perfect rendezvous with history on Sunday in Tampa. If New Orleans beat the Bucs added ten wins in a row for the first time in franchise history. Furthermore, maintained his lead of at least four games in the South Division lead in the NFC.

The Saints have three streaks of nine games in their history, most recently in 1991 when they finished with 11-5 record. They won the title of the then Western Division, but lost 27-20 to Atlanta in the wild card round

Saints are favorites -11 with total of 51

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