NFL Week 11 Parlay Betting Picks, Like many NFL bettors last week, I got sucked-in on Green Bay as one of my parlay picks so the right call on New York covering against New England in my second game was a moot point. I am back at this week with a couple of solid plays on the total line for this week’s two-team NFL parlay. The following picks are based on NFL betting odds from GT Bets.
NFL Week 11 Parlay Betting Picks Game 1
Oakland Raiders at Detroit Lions: Take OVER 48
The Raiders have now lost their last two games while allowing a total of 68 points to Pittsburgh and Minnesota. The total in the Vikings’ game ended as a PUSH with a closing line of 44 after going OVER in Oakland’s previous three games. The Raiders themselves have scored 34 points or more in three of their previous four games.
Detroit is still just 2-7 on the year both straight-up and against the spread, but it is flying high following a stunning 18-16 upset against the Packers as a 10.5-point road underdog. The total in that game stayed UNDER the 50-point closing line after going OVER in the Lions’ previous four games. Detroit may be encouraged with the win, but its defense is still ranked 31st in the NFL in points allowed (29.0). The Lions may even get another SU win this Sunday, but the top play is the USA online sports betting OVER 48.
NFL Week 11 Parlay Betting Picks Game 2
Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings: Take UNDER 44.5
Where there is smoke there is fire so there has to be some genuine concern in Green Bay with its current three-game losing streak in which the offense is averaging just 18.3 points. If the Packers lose this game they would be two games off the pace in the NFC North after being a virtual lock to win the division just a few weeks back. The trend that has caught my eye is the total staying UNDER in six of their last eight games.
The Vikings’ 30-14 victory against Oakland this past Sunday moved their record to 7-2 SU record through their first nine games. They have been a virtual money machine for bettors with an 8-1 mark ATS. Minnesota has also been a solid bet on the total line with six of the nine games staying UNDER the closing total line with two of the other three games ending as a PUSH. The total has stayed UNDER in the Vikings last five home games and it is staying UNDER again this Sunday afternoon.