The New England Patriots were 2.5-point betting underdogs for their Sunday Night Football matchup with the Indianapolis Colts in Week 11, but Tom Brady and company rolled to an easy payout in that contest with a 42-20 road victory.
That moved the Patriots to an AFC-best 8-2 SU on the season and 6-4 ATS, while the Colts are now 6-4 SU and 7-3 ATS - and just one game ahead of Houston in the AFC South standings after the Texans upset the Cleveland Browns 23-7 as a 3-point underdog in Week 11.
Peyton Manning suffered the same fate as his old team in Week 11, with the Denver Broncos getting upset 22-7 as a 10-point favorite by the St. Louis Rams. Denver is now tied with Kansas City atop the AFC West standings with a 7-3 SU record after the Chiefs knocked off the Seattle Seahawks 24-20 as a 1-point favorite over the weekend.
The San Diego Chargers couldn't cover an 11.5-point spread in their 13-6 win over Oakland in Week 11, with the Raiders still winless at 0-10 SU but a respectable 5-5 ATS. The Green Bay Packers, however, easily covered a 7-point spread in 53-20 thumping of the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Arizona Cardinals are a league-best 9-1 SU and 8-2 ATS after topping the Detroit Lions 14-6 as a pick'em, with Miami covering against Buffalo, Chicago covering against Minnesota, Atlanta covering against Carolina, and San Francisco covering against the Giants. Tampa Bay upset Washington 27-7 as an 8.5-point underdog, and Cincinnati beat New Orleans 27-10 as an 8-point underdog.
Here are all the SU and ATS results for the Week 11 NFL schedule . . .
Miami 22, Buffalo 9 (Miami -4) Chicago 21, Minnesota 13 (Chicago -2.5) Houston 23, Cleveland 7 (Cleveland -3) Kansas City 24, Seattle 20 (Kansas City -1) Atlanta 19, Carolina 17 (pick'em) Cincinnati 27, New Orleans 10 (New Orleans -8) Tampa Bay 27, Washington 7 (Washington -8.5) St. Louis 22, Denver 7 (Denver -10) San Francisco 16, NY Giants 10 (San Francisco -4) San Diego 13, Oakland 6 (San Diego -11.5) Green Bay 53, Philadelphia 20 (Green Bay -7) Arizona 14, Detroit 6 (pick'em) New England 42, Indianapolis 20 (Indianapolis -2.5) Pittsburgh 27, Tennessee 24 (Pittsburgh -7)