NFL Week 11 Recap: Saints Continue to Dominate

Wednesday, 21 November 2018 / Published in Bookie Tips

The New Orleans Saints continue to dominate while the Kansas City Chiefs and L.A. Rams played to a total score that blasted the over into smithereens. Check out a recap of NFL Week 11 along with how bookies could have used pay per head software to save profit.

Thursday, Nov. 15

Green Bay Packers 24 at Seattle Seahawks 27 – The odds makers and bettors had this one right because the line fell from Seattle -3 to Seattle -2. It went back to -3 at kickoff. Green Bay could have beaten the Seahawks. They didn’t because the Packers are a mess.  

Sunday, Nov. 18

Dallas Cowboys 22 at Atlanta Falcons 19 – That makes 2 in a row for the supposedly toast Dallas Cowboys. The Boys must be taken seriously to win the NFC East. If they beat Washington on Thanksgiving Day, they’ll force a tie atop the division.

Tennessee Titans 10 at Indianapolis Colts 38 – Tennessee was the hot team having beaten both the Cowboys and Patriots, but it’s the Colts that came up huge on Sunday. Behind the great Andrew Luck, Indianapolis dominated.

Cincinnati Bengals 21 at Baltimore Ravens 24 – Baltimore started rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson and he didn’t disappoint, rushing 24 times for 117 yards. The Bengals knew Jackson was going to run and they still couldn’t stop him.  

Pittsburgh Steelers 20 at Jacksonville Jaguars 16 – It took Big Ben Roethlisberger to dive over the goal line in the waning seconds for the Steelers to keep their winning streak alive. That makes sense because Roethlisberger threw the 3 interceptions that prevented the Steelers from taking the lead any earlier in the game.

Houston Texans 23 at Washington Redskins 21 – Even though they lost, Washington played tough. The biggest loss on the day for the Redskins was when Alex Smith broke two bones in his leg. Smith had to undergo emergency surgery. His recovery time is 6 to 8 months.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 35 at New York Giants 38 – Tampa Bay’s not a great football team, but they had the Giants on the ropes. This one’s all about turnovers where, again, Tampa quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick blew it with 3 interceptions.

Denver Broncos 23 at L.A. Chargers 22 – Von Miller ran back an interception for a touchdown and the Broncos upset the Chargers on the moneyline as a +9 road dog. It was a massive win for Denver.

Carolina Panthers 19 at Detroit Lions 20 – Here’s another game where the team that lost shot themselves in the foot. Panthers quarterback Cam Newton made some questionable decisions. Detroit’s feeling good heading into their Thanksgiving Day game with Chicago.

Philadelphia Eagles 7 at New Orleans Saints 48 – Wow. Philadelphia’s the complete opposite of the team that won the Super Bowl last season. Granted, they played the best team in the NFL, but scoring only 7 points is downright ridiculous compared to what the Eagles put on the scoreboard in every game in 2017.

Oakland Raiders 23 at Arizona Cardinals 21 – Ah, the Raiders won their second game of the season, which begs the question…Oakland, if you’re not tanking, what are you doing?

Minnesota Vikings 20 at Chicago Bears 25 – Chicago ran out to a big lead only to hang on for dear life. Both these teams should make the playoffs with the Bears winning the division and Minnesota securing a wildcard.  

Monday, Nov. 19

Kansas City Chiefs at L.A. Rams – Los Angeles beat Kansas City 54-51. The total jumped form 59.5 to 64.5 before settling at 63.5. Some Vegas odds makers took a hit because late over bets came in that gave sportsbooks precious few minutes to change the total. Luckily, online bookies with Ultimate Per Head could have laid off the money on the total or simply set a schedule limit override a half an hour or two before kickoff.    

Online bookies should have used their layoff accounts on:  Indianapolis Colts, New Orleans Saints, Chicago Bears

Bookie agents should have set max moneyline betting limits on: Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions, Denver Broncos

Things to Keep in Mind to Manage NFL Week 12 Betting

3 games take place on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 22. Set max betting limits on Washington to upset the Dallas Cowboys straight up and the Detroit Lions to upset Chicago straight up. Make sure to use  your layoff account on the New Orleans Saints. The Saints have won 9 in a row straight up and against the spread.

NFL Betting Stats Update

Top 5 ATS and Over/Under

  1. New Orleans Saints 8-2-0 ATS, 5-5-0 O/U
  2. Kansas City Chiefs 8-2-1 ATS, 6-4-1 O/U
  3. Chicago Bears 7-3-0 ATS, 7-3-0 O/U
  4. Washington Redskins 7-3-0 ATS, 4-6-0 O/U
  5. Pittsburgh Steelers 6-3-1 ATS, 6-4-0 O/U

Master agents that switch to Ultimate Per Head can double their profits with TruLive Wagering. Our mobile live wagering allows bookies to offer players 1,000’s of betting options from over 80 leagues.

Credit card rejections got you down? Don’t worry. With QuickBit, we’ve got you covered! Just create an account on QuickBit, purchase Bitcoin via your credit card, and then deposit your Bitcoin into your per head account. Not only will you bypass credit card rejections, but you’ll get a 5% bonus on your first Bitcoin deposit. Make sure to let your players know about QuickBit so that they can bypass credit card rejections when funding their wagering accounts.

Speaking of free stuff, agents must take advantage of Ultimate Per Head’s $3 for 3-weeks promo.  We’re letting you pull the Thanksgiving wishbone at the end of the 3-weeks. Sign-up today, or if you prefer, call an Ultimate Per Head rep at 800-956-2597 for your Thanksgiving wishbone details!