NFL Week 11 betting and fantasy live updates: Latest odds and info on line moves, injuries and more

Week 11 is going to be an incredible slate filled with a lot of action. Our favorite game on the schedule sends Aaron Rodgers to Indianapolis to match up against fellow veteran QB Philip Rivers -- we're going to get a great feel for the Super Bowl hopes of both the Packers and Colts in that game. Another game with huge playoff implications is Rams-Bucs on the late afternoon slate. And of course, we expect offensive fireworks on Sunday night with Chiefs-Raiders.

We're here to track all the betting and fantasy angles you need to know in the run up to kickoff of the Sunday slate, including line movements, injury updates, inactive lists, depth chart news, the buzz on the betting market, key information from our partners at William Hill Sportsbook and plenty more.

Here's a look at the NFL odds for each Week 11 game as of Sunday afternoon (12:45 p.m. ET):

Eagles at Browns (-2.5), O/U 45.5
Steelers (-10.5) at Jaguars, O/U 47.5
Lions (-3) at Panthers, O/U 47
Titans at Ravens (-6), O/U 50.5
Patriots (-2.5) at Texans, O/U 49
Bengals at Washington (-1.5), O/U 48
Falcons at Saints (-3.5), O/U 49.5
Jets at Chargers (-10, O/U 47.5
Dolphins (-3.5) at Broncos, O/U 46
Cowboys at Vikings (-7), O/U 50
Packers at Colts (-2), O/U 52.5
Chiefs (-7.5) at Raiders, O/U 56
Rams at Buccaneers (-4.5), O/U 48

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Panthers-Lions line shifts following Bridgewater news

With Teddy Bridgewater (knee) officially inactive, the spread for Panthers-Lions has swung dramatically. With Bridgewater's status up in the air all Sunday morning, the spread largely held at a pick'em between these two NFC teams and, at times, hit Detroit -1. Once official word came down on Bridgewater, the Lions were immediately looked at as the road favorites with the spread standing at Detroit -3 with less than an hour to go until kickoff. P.J. Walker will reportedly get the start under center for Carolina, which will be the first of his NFL career. The Panthers are 1-4 ATS at home this season. 

Washington inactives: Offensive line shuffle 

Inactives: Ryan Anderson, Jeff Badet, Deshazor Everett, Dontrelle Inman, Cornelius Lucas, Jared Norris

Washington will be without Lucas on the offensive line, and with Gereon Christian still out, they have decided to move long-term right tackle Morgan Moses over to left tackle. This is the first time Moses has started a game at left tackle since 2014. Adjust accordingly.

November 22, 2020, 5:11 PM

Falcons inactives: Calvin Ridley active

Inactives: QB Kurt Benkert, RB Qadree Ollison, CB Tyler Hall, OT John Wetzel, DT Deadrin Senat

Atlanta will have Calvin Ridley (foot) this week, meaning that the offense is essentially at full strength when they take on New Orleans. The team hinted at Ridley's status earlier this week by not giving him any injury designation on the final injury report. The emerging receiver missed one game due to a foot injury. 

Browns inactives: No surprise inactives for Cleveland

Inactives: WR Taywan Taylor, RB Dontrell Hilliard, DB Robert Jackson, DB Jovante Moffatt, LB Tae Davis, DL Joe Jackson

The Browns enter this game healthy as well after the return of borderline All-Pro guard Wyatt Teller and RB Nick Chubb last week. Both will return today to combine to create an impressive rushing attack for Cleveland. After ceding yardage at will on the ground to New York last week, Philadelphia will have their hands full with this rushing attack.

November 22, 2020, 5:03 PM

Eagles inactives: No surprises here for Philadelphia

Inactives: QB Nate Sudfeld, RB Jason Huntley, S Rudy Ford, OT Brett Toth, WR Quez Watkins, OG Nate Herbig

The Eagles are as healthy as they've ever been for the 2020 season. Look for the offense to have success moving the ball with Jalen Reagor and Alshon Jeffery could get into the mix.

November 22, 2020, 5:01 PM

Saints inactives: Lattimore big loss to the secondary

Inactives: CB Marshon Lattimore, LB Chase Hansen, OL Derrick Kelly, TE Josh Hill, RB Dwayne Washington, DL Malcolm Roach

The big story for New Orleans is, of course, Taysom Hill starting in place of the injured Drew Brees, but the secondary being without top corner Marshon Lattimore cannot be overlooked either. With Julio Jones on the other side of the field, he could prove to be even more of a problem without Lattimore blanketing him. 

Bengals inactives: Joe Mixon to IR still the major takeaway

Inactives: WR Mike Thomas,  OL Fred Johnson, G B.J. Finney, G Keaton Sutherland, K Austin Seibert

No massive surprises here for the Bengals on this inactive list, but the loss of running back Joe Mixon, who was placed on IR, still looms large. Giovani Bernard will get the start in his place against Washington. Over his last three starts, Bernard has totaled 129 yards on 3.58 yards per carry and one touchdown. He's also caught 12 passes for 92 yards and two more scores. 

Texans inactives: Watson without his blindside protection

Inactives: LT Laremy Tunsil, QB Josh McCown, FB Cullen Gillaspia, OG Senio Kelemete, WR Isaiah Coulter, DE Nate Orchard

Deshaun Watson will be without his blindside protector in Laremy Tunsil. While New England doesn't exactly have the pass rushers to match up against Houston and scare them, the same case can be made about Houston's offensive tackle depth. It could be a rough one for Watson.

November 22, 2020, 4:52 PM

Jaguars inactives: Minshew still sidelined

Inactives: TE James O'Shaughnessy, WR Laviska Shenault, CB Sidney Jones, OL KC McDermott, TE Tyler Davis, LB Quicy Williams, QB Gardner Minshew

Garnder Minshew II (right thumb) practiced in a limited capacity this week and was officially listed as questionable, but Doug Marrone will have his former starting quarterback sidelined as Jake Luton will once again get the nod. Jacksonville is still without it's two top corners in Sidney Jones and C.J. Henderson, but will have D.J. Hayden to man the slot against this lethal Steelers passing attack.  

Steelers inactives: No surprises

Inactives: QB Josh Dobbs, FB Trey Edmunds, RB Jaylen Samuels,  OLB Jayrone Elliott,  NT Isaiah Buggs

No real surprises for Pittsburgh as they look to stay undefeated on the season when they face the Jacksonville Jaguars. JuJu Smith-Schuster was on the injury report this week, but his absence on Wednesday was not injury-related and is a full go for Sunday. 

Panthers inactives: Bridgewater out, Walker to start at QB

Inactives: QB Teddy Bridgewater, RB Christian McCaffrey, LT Russell Okung, RG John Miller, CB Donte Jackson, S Sam Franklin

Carolina held out hope that Teddy Bridgewater (right knee) would be able to go this week, but after testing things out pregame, the club has elected to keep him on the shelf for this matchup against Detroit. P.J. Walker will reportedly start at QB for the Panthers with Will Grier serving as the backup. In the backfield, Mike Davis will get his eighth start of the season with Christian McCaffrey still sidelined. 

Ravens inactives: Defense weak up the middle

Inactives: S Geno Stone, DE Jihad Ward, OL Ben Bredeson, DE Calais Campbell, DT Brandon Williams

The Ravens will be without two of their starting interior defensive linemen -- Campbell and Williams -- a massive blow for their run defense. This should be great news for Derrick Henry in the run game. The good news is they return Jimmy Smith. Dez Bryant will also be active for this one.

November 22, 2020, 4:41 PM

Titans inactives: No surprises here

Inactives: CB Adoree Jackson WR Adam Humphries S Kenny Vaccaro G Rodger Saffold LS Matt Orzech TE MyCole Pruitt DL Larrell Murchison

The Titans enter this game relatively healthy on the offensive side of the ball with both Corey Davis and A.J. Brown ready to go. It's not surprising, but they will be without Adam Humhpries for another game. He was initially expected to man the slot. The biggest loss here is Jackson -- arguably the team's best CB when healthy. 

November 22, 2020, 4:36 PM

Patriots inactives: Sony Michel healthy scratch

Inactives: RB Sony Michel, WR Isaiah Ford, CB Myles Bryant,  QB Brian Hoyer, RB J.J. Taylor, DT Adam Butler

Despite activating him off IR leading up to this matchup with the Texans, the Patriots have made running back Sony Michel inactive. That means Damien Harris is the clear-cut lead back for Josh McDaniels' offense when they square up against a Houston defense that is considered to be the worst unit in the league against the run. 

Lions inactives: Stafford in, pass-catchers out

Inactives: QB David Blough, WR Kenny Golladay, RB D'Andre Swift, OL Logan Stenberg, WR Danny Amendola, DL Da'Shawn Hand, DE Austin Byrant 

The Lions will have quarterback Matthew Stafford (thumb) for this game, but he will be without a number of pass-catching weapons, including receivers Kenny Golladay and Danny Amendola. T.J. Hockenson and Marvin Jones will carry a big role in the passing game and possibly Mohamed Sanu, who was elevated from the practice squad. Adrian Peterson and Kerryon Johnson will reportedly split carries with Swift (concussion) out. 

Cowboys-Vikings total rising

The total for Dallas' matchup with Minnesota has risen considerably since Saturday. After a quick dip down to 48 earlier on Sunday, this total has leaped a full point and a half to sit at 49.5. Between these two teams, the Over is 10-8 heading into Week 11. Minnesota home Overs, meanwhile, are 4-0 this season with a 63.8 points per game average. 

Brees has a 'realistic' target return date

For those fantasy owners waiting for Drew Brees to return, not only to help the likes of their QB position, but also to those who drafted Michael Thomas, there is now a 'realistic' target date for his return, per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. That date is Week 15 -- traditionally the second round of the fantasy football playoffs. Rapoport added that Brees' punctured lung is 'rapidly improving' at this time.

November 22, 2020, 3:37 PM

Chiefs spread vs. Raiders falling

After sitting at Kansas City -8 on Saturday, this spread has started to dip on Sunday morning, falling a full point to Kansas City -7. This spread has gone below the touchdown total at times this week, sitting at Kansas City -6 and 6.5 at various points, but saw a late-week surge that had Andy Reid's club laying eight points on the road. Las Vegas is responsible for the Chiefs' only loss of the season and both clubs are 6-3 ATS entering Sunday Night Football. 

Allen Lazard on a pitch count 

The Packers are expected to have wide receiver Allen Lazard for their matchup against the Colts today after being activated off of IR following surgery for a core muscle injury. While Lazard will add to Green Bay's passing attack, he will reportedly be on a pitch count as the Packers ease him back into the rotation. In his three games played this season, Lazard has 254 yards and two touchdowns on 13 receptions. 

Adrian Peterson to start for DET

With D'Andre Swift (concussion) out for Week 11, veteran Adrian Peterson will get the start for the Lions, according to the NFL Network. That said, Kerryon Johnson will split carries with Peterson on Sunday. Peterson has started six games for Detroit this season and has totaled 216 yards rushing and two touchdowns over that stretch. He also caught seven of his 11 targets for 48 yards. Johnson, meanwhile, has 191 yards from scrimmage in limited action this season with two total touchdowns. Heading into Week 11, Carolina is giving up 124.5 rushing yards per game.  

Lions, Panthers injury updates

Panthers quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is a true game-time decision as he deals with an MCL sprain, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network. He is said to have steadily improved throughout the week and is pushing to play, but the Panthers will not put him in harm's way. Meanwhile, Matthew Stafford (thumb) went through the week with no issues and should start. Even with a minor ligament tear in that thumb, Stafford should have no limitations. His passing weapons, however, will be limited as Kenny Golladay and Danny Amendola have been ruled out. Detroit did elevate veteran receiver Mohamed Sanu off the practice squad. 

Damien Harris to play against Texans

The New England Patriots will have running back Damien Harris when they take on the Houston Texans in Week 11, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network. The second-year back has come on as of late to become the leader in Bill Belichick's backfield. Last time out against the Ravens, Harris recorded his third 100-yard rushing performance of the season, totaling 121 yards on the ground on 22 carries. Now, he faces a Texans defense that is the worst unit against the run in the entire NFL, so he'll have plenty of opportunities to continue his breakout season. That said, Sony Michel was activated off IR this week, which could cut into his carries if he plays. 

Dolphins-Broncos spread crosses key number

After spending the bulk of Saturday at Miami -3, the spread in this game has grown even more favorably into the Dolphins' hands as it has crossed over the field goal margin and sits at Miami -4 as of Sunday morning. Brian Flores' club has covered in five straight games, which is the longest active streak in the NFL. They are 7-2 ATS this season and Sunday will prove to be their first game as a road favorite since Week 3 of the 2017 season. Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is also 3-0 ATS to begin his career.

TE injuries to know

Noah Fant is questionable to suit up but expected to play. Irv Smith is also questionable.

November 21, 2020, 9:22 PM

WR injuries to know

Lavishka Shenault will miss another game for the Jaguars. Kenny Golladay will miss another game as well. Allen Lazard could make his return to the field for the Packers but could be limited and on a snap count. Sammy Watkins was expected to make his return for the Chiefs, but will now miss another game after missing practices late in the week.

November 21, 2020, 8:59 PM

RB injuries to know

Christian McCaffrey will miss yet another game for the Panthers. With David Johnson on IR, Duke Johnson will draw his second consecutive start. Joe Mixon was placed on IR on Saturday and that means another start for Gio Bernard. Otherwise, it should be a relatively healthy slate for the RB position which is rare in Week 11.

November 21, 2020, 8:28 PM

QB injuries to know

As of now, the Panthers remain hopeful Teddy Bridgewater will start but he is likely 50/50 at best for this one. P.J. Walker will draw the start if Bridgewater can't go. With Drew Brees on IR, the Saints will turn to Taysom Hill and not Jameis Winston to start at QB. Sam Darnold will miss another game with a shoulder injury in what appears to be another lost season for the former first-round draft pick. Joe Flacco will start in place of Darnold. Andy Dalton is back at QB for the Cowboys. Drew Lock is questionable.

November 21, 2020, 8:22 PM

Weather not expected to impact Week 11

It's rare to say this so late in November, but inclement weather will not be the case for almost any game on the Week 11 slate. The only game to keep an eye on will be Eagles-Browns. Cleveland has been host to some of the worst weather-impacted games so far this season, and while this one is not expected to be like their Week 10 game against Houston, rain is likely in the forecast. 

November 21, 2020, 8:18 PM

Eagles-Browns moves off key number after Garrett news

It's always important to keep an eye on the key numbers and when they move. For most of the week, the Browns were 3-point favorites at home over the Eagles. When news broke that the Browns would be without their best defensive player Myles Garrett (COVID-19 list), the line moved off the key number where it remains today. The Browns are now 2.5-point favorites.

November 21, 2020, 8:16 PM

Falcons-Saints line moves with news of Hill start

The early expectation was that Jameis Winston would start in place of Drew Brees (IR) when the Saints host the Falcons in Week 11. Late in the week, reports surfaced suggesting Taysom Hil was receiving all first-team QB reps in practice and expected to start. This news drastically shifted the line. The Saints opened as 5.5-point favorites and the line dipped all the way to Saints -3.5 by Friday morning. It has since moved back to Saints -4 on Saturday.

November 21, 2020, 8:10 PM

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