With starting quarterback Carson Palmer out for the season the Arizona Cardinals have been losing support on the NFL betting lines at the online sportsbooks – despite the fact they enter Week 11 with a league-best SU record of 8-1.
The Cardinals opened as 3-point home favorites against the Detroit Lions for their late-afternoon matchup on Sunday, with Palmer being replaced by backup Drew Stanton for the game that line has shrunk to a pick’em at some sportsbooks. The Lions are just 1-4 ATS in their last five games against the Cardinals according to the Week 11 NFL betting trends.
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The Falcons vs. Panthers matchup has also shrunk to a pick’em at the online sportsbooks over the last few days after opening at Carolina -2.5 at home. The biggest line movement of the week, however, has come in the Oakland at San Diego game where the winless Raiders have gone from 8-point to 11.5-point road underdogs.
Elsewhere, New Orleans has improved from a 5.5-point to an 8-point home favorite against Cincinnati, Washington has improved from a 6-point to an 8.5-point home favorite against Tampa Bay, and Green Bay has improved from a 4.5-point to a 7-point home favorite against Philadelphia. The Broncos, opening as 8-point road favorites at St. Louis, are now pegged at -10 on the betting lines.
The Chiefs opened at +1 at home against Seattle for Sunday afternoon, but that line has flipped to Chiefs -1 over the last few days. The Colts have improved slightly from 2-point to 2.5-point home favorites against the Patriots for Sunday night, while the Titans have moved from 4-point to 7-point home underdogs for Monday night.
Week 11 NFL Betting Lines:
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13
Buffalo at Miami (-4), 8:25pm ET
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16
Minnesota at Chicago (-2.5) (OPEN -4.5), 1:00pm ET
Houston at Cleveland (-3) (OPEN -3), 1:00pm ET
Seattle at Kansas City (-1) (OPEN +1), 1:00pm ET
Atlanta at Carolina (pick’em) (OPEN -2.5), 1:00pm ET
Cincinnati at New Orleans (-8) (OPEN -5.5), 1:00pm ET
Tampa Bay at Washington (-8.5) (OPEN -6), 1:00pm ET
Denver at St. Louis (+10) (OPEN +8), 1:00pm ET
San Francisco at NY Giants (+4) (OPEN +3), 1:00pm ET
Oakland at San Diego (-11.5) (OPEN -8), 4:05pm ET
Philadelphia at Green Bay (-7) (OPEN -4.5), 4:25pm ET
Detroit at Arizona (pick’em) (OPEN -3), 4:25pm ET
New England at Indianapolis (-2.5) (OPEN -2), 8:30pm ET
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17
Pittsburgh at Tennessee (+7) (OPEN +4), 8:30pm ET