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FOX Bet Super 6: NFL Week 11, picks for a chance to win $100,000

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The holiday season of winter is only a week away, with Thanksgiving right around the corner. For now, let’s dive into this week in the NFLThis is one of the most anticipated games in the season.

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Here are my thoughts about this week’s pay window to help you reach the pay screen. Super 6 gamesAll NFL betting odds available via FOX Bet

Green Bay Packers @ Minnesota Vikings (1 p.m. ET Sunday, FOX)

The Packers have won three of four against Mike Zimmer’s Vikings, but if anyone has a clue about which Minnesota team will show up this week, please also give me the upcoming lottery ticket numbers. 

Kirk Cousins has the best touchdown/interception ratio in the NFL (18 TDs, two INTs), and the Vikings are the only team in the NFL to lead by at least seven points in every game this season. Minnesota has a 4-0 record against the spread this year as an underdog. That’s the good. But what about the negative? The bad? 

When Minnesota plays good teams — the Packers are 9-1 against the spread and have won eight straight with Aaron Rodgers at QB, so yes, they’re very good — the Vikings lose. They lost one. ArizonaBy four to Dallas Cooper RushQB), and three to the BengalsRavens and Ravens (both in overtime). If the Vikings want to save Mike Zimmer’s job, this is a must-win, with three road games in their next four, plus a home date with the RamsDecember 26, 2006. This is not something I see happening. Take: Packers will win by three to four points

New Orleans Saints @ Philadelphia Eagles (1 p.m. ET Sunday, FOX)

This is a rematch from last year’s 24-21 Eagles win, when then-rookie Jalen Hurts had 273 yards of total offense in his first career start and snapped the Saints’ nine-game winning streak. (Taysom HillHe was the Saints’ starting player in the match and had two turnovers. 

You can read more about The Eagles like to set up the pass with the run — they have rushed for 175+ yards in three straight games (two wins) — and Hurts is developing a rapport with rookie DeVonta Smith (3 TDs in the last two games). Still, expect the Saints to be ready for Hurts’ dual-threat attack this time around, as they boast the league’s premier run defense. The TitansNew Orleans limited them to 66 rush yards per 29 attempts, with the longest run lasting seven yards.  

I bet the Eagles this week. It was a good result, despite Denver’s inexorable performance. Denver went 1-for-5 in both the red and goal-to go zones, while only 1-for-3 in the red. As the touchdown, an 88-yard field goal was converted into a touchdown. BroncosThey marched to tie the game in the final quarter. 

Even though I support the Saints, Trevor SiemianHe has performed so poorly in the first quarters of two consecutive games that it is difficult to imagine a journeyman delivering fourth-quarter returns every week. Choose: Eagles win by 2 points

Washington Football Team @ Carolina Panthers (1 p.m. ET Sunday, FOX)

Cam Newton is set to play Ron Rivera in a revenge match on Sunday. Washington had multiple opportunities over the last few years to scoop up the QB that he paired with to get to the Super Bowl — and passed every time. Newton has been taking reps for the Carolina team this week and Carolina coach Matt Rhule said that Cam may be starting on Sunday. Gamesmanship? We’ll see. 

Amazingly, the Panthers are only one game behind Tampa in the NFC South loss column. Arizona and its backup quarterbacks were held to just 169 yards each, while the defense was the real story. They averaged 3.2 yards per play. Carolina recently repelled Matt Ryan and Mac Jones. With a healthy Christian McCaffrey — Washington ranks 25th defending RB passesnd CMC is always a threat out of the backfield — the Panthers should have a lot of success against the Chase Young-less defense. 

Washington just came off a remarkable 29-19 win at Tampa Bay. However, the score may have been a little misleading. Ten of the team’s 16 first-half points were scored by Tampa Bay turnovers. Their first three scoring drives averaged 46 yards. Washington only averaged 4.5 ypp, but Taylor Heinicke’s offense converted 11-of-19 third downs, and a 10-minute drive locked up the game. He was also sacked five more times. Heinicke will now face the Panthers defense, which ranks sixth in pressure rate (and sixth in blitz%). 

Washington stands at just 1-5 in the Underdogs category this season. The only cover came out of last week’s bye. Take: Panthers will win by 7 to 9 points

San Francisco 49ers @ Jacksonville Jaguars (1 p.m. ET Sunday, FOX)

Urban Meyer’s JaguarsHave played well the past week, finishing 2-0 ATS and winning over Buffalo. After falling behind 17-0 quickly to Indy — aided by a touchdown off a blocked punt — the Jaguars won the next three quarters and nearly pulled off the upset. 

It is unfortunate that Trevor Lawrence, Jaguars offensive tackle, was repeatedly hit and dismissed three times. This is not a good thing when it comes to linemen Nick BosaAnd Arik ArmsteadTwo of the top players at their positions in the NFL. 

All of the world will be watching. 49ers here after seeing Jimmy GaroppoloOn MNF, he orchestrated a win of 31-10 over the Rams. Most people didn’t realize that Kyle Shanahan, an underdog against the Rams (a group he has now won five consecutive wins over), was in such a great spot. Now, on a short week, San Francisco has to fly across the country, and they’re laying nearly a touchdown. It’s an ideal flat spot for the 49ers, who have a playoff rematch with the Vikings on deck, followed by the Seahawks. Both of these games could have major NFC playoff implications. Choose: 49ers to Win by 3-4 Points

Detroit Lions @ Cleveland Browns (1 p.m. ET Sunday, FOX)

Many absurd events took place to the LionsLast week, that was what prevented them winning their first season-opening game. I still can’t get over Jared GoffYou played almost 5 quarters and you only passed for 114 yards. DetroitAdded +3 turnovers Still lost. 

Following that difficult defeat they travel to another team, this one in Cleveland. They just lost 38 games in New England. A bad trend has emerged for the Lions this year — they follow hard-fought performances with non-covers. The Ravens were almost defeated! … don’t cover in Chicago. They beat almost the Vikings. … blasted by the Bengals. Fought hard to cover against the Rams … pummeled by Philadelphia. 

The BrownsThe Lions defense is the solution to their problems. After the Foxborough incident, Cleveland dropped from first place in net yards per plays to fourth. However, the Lions currently rank 29th. DeAndre Swift will be the Browns’ only defender. Swift ranks first among the Lions with catches and Cleveland is 23rd in receiving RBs. 

If anyone is going to be a game-changer on the Browns defense, it might be rookie Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, but he’s only played 20 snaps in the last four games due to injury. Browns will not defend their corner 1-on-1, but instead put 8 in the box to stop Jared Goff’s run in bad weather. Browns will win the game by scoring between 15 and 21 points

Dallas Cowboys @ Kansas City Chiefs (4:25 p.m. ET Sunday, FOX)

The Cowboys might be the best team in the NFC, but it’s tough to get a read on their defense. They were terrible against Denver and insurmountable against Atlanta. DeMarcus LawrenceIt is possible that some of the players might return this week. This would help to boost the pass rush last week. Dorance Armstrong(sack, punt blocking). If Dan Quinn’s unit has the discipline to play man defense with the two-high safety look — which has fluxommed Patrick Mahomes this season — Dallas should be able to get stops. You Raiders (foolishly) thought they didn’t need the aforementioned defensive scheme, and Mahomes passed for 406 yards and five TDs. 

Even though the Chiefs defense is getting healthier, with Chris Jones and Frank Clark at full strength, I’m not sure they can slow down what is perhaps the most talented offense in the league. They have been blitzing heavily over the past three weeks, and it would not be wise to continue that against them. Dak PrescottHe has an NFL record 16 TDs against the blitz, which is nearly double his previous season. His left tackle will be his. Tyron Smith, back, it’s even better news for Dallas. Prescott is home to three 1-on-1 winners, with the help of CeeDee LambDallas is leading in receiving, yards, average, TDs and average. Select: Cowboys will win by 3-4 point

J-MAC’S SUPER 6 PICKS FOR WEEK 11
Packers will win by 3-4 points
Eagles will win by 2 points
Panthers win by 7-9 Points
49ers win by 3-4 Points
Browns win by 15-21 Points
Cowboys win by 3-4 Points

Jason McIntyre, a FOXSports betting analyst and writer about the NFL Draft and NBA Draft is Jason McIntyre. In 2016, McIntyre began his career at FS1 and has since appeared on each show. McIntyre started producing content about gambling for FOX Sports in 2017. In 2018, McIntyre hosted a podcast on gambling for FOX called “Coming Up Winners.” Prior to joining FOX, he founded the website The Big Lead which he later sold.

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