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2015 SuperContest: Week 11 Lines Set

In what could be the most competitive slate of NFL games this season, the Week 11 SuperContest Card features eight games that have lines of a field goal or less.

The Jacksonville Jaguars (3-6) will kick off the action as 3-point home favorites against the Tennessee Titans (2-7) in a key AFC South matchup on Thursday Night Football.

The reason Jacksonville-Tennessee is such an important divisional game is because the current AFC South co-leaders – the Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans – are both sitting under the .500 mark at 4-5.

The Jaguars have their best shot at making the playoffs since 2007 when they finished second in the division and earned a Wild Card. A win here would certainly help their cause, and they are 7-1-1 against the spread in the past nine meetings with the Titans, who have also dropped 17 of 19 straight-up overall.

Vikings 1-Point Favorites vs Packers this week

But that is not the only competitive divisional matchup for entrants to consider picking from this week in the SuperContest at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook.

The NFC North-leading Minnesota Vikings (7-2) host the slumping Green Bay Packers (6-3) as 1-point home favorites while the Kansas City Chiefs (4-5) are 3-point road chalk against the San Diego Chargers (2-7) in an AFC West game.

The Packers have lost three straight games following a 6-0 start while the Vikings have been one of the league’s top teams ATS this year, covering eight in a row since losing 20-3 to the San Francisco 49ers in the season opener.

The Chiefs have won three straight SU and ATS following a five-game losing streak, and the Chargers have dropped their last five with a 2-6 ATS mark in their past eight.

raiders are among other small week 11 chalk

The other five games on the Week 11 SuperContest Card that have NFL lines of three points or less include the Oakland Raiders (-2) at the Detroit Lions, the Dallas Cowboys at the Miami Dolphins (Pick’em), the St. Louis Rams at the Baltimore Ravens (-2), the New York Jets (-2) at the Houston Texans and the Denver Broncos at the Chicago Bears (-1).

It is worth noting that the Cowboys will be getting quarterback Tony Romo back for the first time since Week 2 while the Rams and Broncos have both made changes under center, going with Case Keenum and Brock Osweiler, respectively.

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