NFL 2019 NFL - Week 11

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15 @ 12:20 PM
:nflsteelers::nflbrowns: Pittsburgh at Cleveland LIVE

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18 @ 5:00 AM
:nflfalcons::nflpanthers: Atlanta at Carolina
:nflbills::nfldolphins: Buffalo at Miami
:nflcowboys::nfllions: Dallas at Detroit LIVE
:nflbroncos::nflvikings: Denver at Minnesota
:nfltexans::nflravens: Houston at Baltimore LIVE
:nfljaguars::nflcolts: Jacksonville at Indianapolis
:nflsaints::nflbucs: New Orleans at Tampa Bay
:nfljets::nflredskins: New York Jets at Washington

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18 @ 8:05 AM
:nflcardinals::nfl49ers: Arizona at San Francisco LIVE

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18 @ 8:25 AM
:nflbengals::nflraiders: Cincinnati at Oakland
:nflpatriots::nfleagles: New England at Philadelphia LIVE

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18 @ 12:20 PM
:nflchicago::nflrams: Chicago at Los Angeles Rams LIVE

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19 @ 12:15 PM
:nflchiefs::nfllac: Kansas City vs Los Angeles Chargers LIVE (at Mexico City)

OPEN DATE:
:nflpackers::nflgiants::nflseahawks::nfltitans: Green Bay, New York Giants, Seattle, Tennessee

AUSTRALIAN T.V. GAMES
LIVE ON ESPN/KAYO AT 12.20 PM ON 15/11: Pittsburgh at Cleveland
LIVE ON 7MATE AT 5.00 AM ON 18/11: Dallas at Detroit
LIVE ON ESPN/KAYO AT 5.00 AM ON 18/11: Houston at Baltimore
LIVE ON 7MATE AT 8.05 AM ON 18/11: Arizona at San Francisco
LIVE ON ESPN/KAYO AT 8.25 AM ON 18/11: New England at Philadelphia
LIVE ON ESPN/KAYO AT 12.20 PM ON 18/11: Chicago at Los Angeles Rams
LIVE ON ESPN/KAYO AT 12.15 PM ON 19/11 : Kansas City vs Los Angeles Chargers

EVERY GAME LIVE THROUGH THE TAB app


NB: VIC, NSW, TAS times
less 30 mins SA
less 1 hour QLD
less 1.5 hours NT
less 3 hours WA
 
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drd23

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Some potential cracker games this week.

Texans @ Ravens should be highly entertaining
 

aussiedude

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how the hell did the NFL or NBC not flex Bears/Rams out of SNF.
i understand the Ravens/Texans game might not be able because of Texans on TNF. unless CBS protected Pats/Eagles
 

aussiedude

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I'd imagine they did. Its the second best match this week imo, and then there is the Super Bowl re-match from 2 seasons ago narrative too
Looking at the schedule. good chance no games get flexed into SNF this year.

Week 14 KC/NE will be protected. so Seattle/Rams might stay. Unless Fox didnt protect Saints/9ers which will at least be flexed into the late window.
Week 16 Dallas/Eagles will be protected. KC/Bears might have to stay, but small chance Bills/Pats if its not picked for a NFLn saturday game

Rams/Dallas in week 15 is about the only possible Flex i see, but Fox might of protected it. Vikes@Chargers isnt a great looking SNF game

EDIT: Looks like i jumped the gun, forgot it was 12 days and not 13 days notice for Flex.
 
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aussiedude

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Bungles/Raiders is going to be a something. The team with no skill Vs the team with no discipline.

Are the Raiders actually changed, because this is a kinda game they normally drop. Raiders might be lucky its not a road trip.

For all the shit the Dolphins and Washington get about tanking, no one is even talking about the Bungles [might be because everyone always forgets about them good or bad, most irrelevant team. At least the Bills have the crazy fans throwing dildos on the field and pre game table antics]
 

Chewy316

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Bungles/Raiders is going to be a something. The team with no skill Vs the team with no discipline.

Are the Raiders actually changed, because this is a kinda game they normally drop. Raiders might be lucky its not a road trip.

For all the shit the Dolphins and Washington get about tanking, no one is even talking about the Bungles [might be because everyone always forgets about them good or bad, most irrelevant team. At least the Bills have the crazy fans throwing dildos on the field and pre game table antics]
I don't understand why this is being labelled as a game the Raiders usually would lose.

Since 2003 the Raiders have been 10 points or more favourites in just 8 games. Of those 8 games, they won 7 of them and covered the spread 4 times.
 

aussiedude

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I don't understand why this is being labelled as a game the Raiders usually would lose.

Since 2003 the Raiders have been 10 points or more favourites in just 8 games. Of those 8 games, they won 7 of them and covered the spread 4 times.
It has nothing to do with betting lines. Its more when the Raiders and other teams like them [Lions, Bills, Bucs, Titans] look like they are coming good they fall into a trap game against a bad team. Normally its a road game.
Colts and Bills are acting like the WC spots are cursed.

Its hard to trust teams like the Raiders. But when unconvincing teams have back to back games against bad teams like the Bungles and Jets that they should win easily. Teams just stumble on one of the games. The Jets game might be more of the trap since its a road game and could be looking forward to the KC game the next week.

Even tho it might not happen often, would anyone be shocked to see the raiders lose this game.
 

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Pittsburgh (-3|-7) at Cleveland (-20|-4)
PIT: 21.4-24.6 = 23.0 + (-10/5) = 21.0 - (3.5/10) = 20.7 - 3 = 17.7
CLE: 19.0-20.1 = 19.5 + (-24/5) = 14.7 + (3.5/10) = 15.0
Pittsburgh -2.7 (32.7)

Atlanta (-11|7) at Carolina (6|5)
ATL: 21.2-25.3 = 23.2 + (-4/5) = 22.4 - (9/10) = 21.5 - 3 = 18.5
CAR: 25.0-28.8 = 26.9 + (11/5) = 29.1 + (9/10) = 30.0
Carolina -11.5 (48.5)

Buffalo (2|23) at Miami (-22|-5)
BUF: 19.3-29.8 = 24.5 + (25/5) = 29.5 + (1.5/10) = 29.6 - 3 = 26.6
MIA: 13.2-16.7 = 14.9 + (-27/5) = 9.5 - (1.5/10) = 9.4
Buffalo -17.2 (36.0)

Dallas (20|18) at Detroit (11|-12)
DAL: 27.9-26.3 = 27.1 + (38/5) = 34.7 - (15/10) = 33.2 - 3 = 30.2
DET: 24.1-18.9 = 21.5 + (-1/5) = 21.3 + (15/10) = 22.8
Dallas -7.4 (53.0)

Denver (-12|-6) at Minnesota (6|1)
DEN: 16.6-18.2 = 17.4 + (-18/5) = 13.8 - (11.5/10) = 12.7 - 3 = 9.7
MIN: 26.2-18.9 = 22.5 + (7/5) = 23.9 + (11.5/10) = 25.0
Minnesota -15.3 (34.7)

Houston (0|16) at Baltimore (11|5)
HOU: 26.4-21.0 = 23.7 + (16/5) = 26.9 - (1/10) = 26.8 - 3 = 23.8
BAL: 33.3-21.2 = 26.7 + (16/5) = 29.9 + (1/10) = 30.0
Baltimore -6.2 (53.8)

Jacksonville (-6|-1) at Indianapolis (-10|10)
JAX: 19.6-21.4 = 20.5 + (-7/5) = 19.1 + (4.5/10) = 19.5 - 3 = 16.5
IND: 21.6-21.0 = 21.3 + (0/5) = 21.3 - (4.5/10) = 20.9
Indianapolis -4.4 (37.4)

New Orleans (16|-9) at Tampa Bay (-8|-13)
NO: 22.7-31.0 = 26.8 + (7/5) = 28.2 - (4/10) = 27.8 - 3 = 24.8
TB: 28.9-20.2 = 24.5 + (-21/5) = 20.3 + (4/10) = 20.7
New Orleans -4.1 (45.5)

New York Jets (-7|-9) at Washington (-3|-28)
NYJ: 14.4-24.3 = 19.3 + (-16/5) = 16.1 + (8.5/10) = 16.9 - 3 = 13.9
WAS: 12.0-26.4 = 19.2 + (-31/5) = 13.0 - (8.5/10) = 12.2
New York -1.7 (26.1)

Arizona (-22|13) at San Francisco (10|5)
AZ: 22.2-14.3 = 18.2 + (-9/5) = 16.4 - (5/10) = 15.9 - 3 = 12.9
SF: 28.8-28.1 = 28.4 + (15/5) = 31.4 + (5/10) = 31.9
San Francisco -19.0 (44.8)

Cincinnati (0|-15) at Oakland (28|23)
CIN: 15.2-26.7 = 20.9 + (-15/5) = 17.9 + (7.5/10) = 18.6 - 3 = 15.6
OAK: 23.1-28.8 = 25.9 + (51/5) = 36.1 - (7.5/10) = 35.4
Oakland -19.8 (51.0)

New England (2|-11) at Philadelphia (-15|5)
NE: 30.0-23.7 = 26.8 + (-9/5) = 25.0 + (2.5/10) = 25.2 - 3 = 22.2
PHI: 24.9-10.9 = 17.9 + (-10/5) = 15.9 - (2.5/10) = 15.7
New England -6.5 (37.9)

Chicago (-5|-23) at Los Angeles Rams (-11|-5)
CHI: 18.0-21.2 = 19.6 + (-28/5) = 14.0 + (3/10) = 14.3 - 3 = 11.3
LAR: 25.1-17.4 = 21.2 + (-16/5) = 18.0 - (3/10) = 17.7
Los Angeles -6.4 (29.0)

Kansas City (20|5) vs. Los Angeles Chargers (-5|8)
KC: 28.4-19.4 = 23.9 + (25/5) = 28.9 + (5.5/10) = 29.4
LAC: 20.7-23.9 = 22.3 + (3/5) = 22.9 - (5.5/10) = 22.4
Kansas City -7 (51.8)
 

aussiedude

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Flex news for week 12

Packers @ 9ers moved from 4:25 into SNF
Seattle @ Eagles moved from SNF to 1PM

Panthers @ Saints moved from Fox to CBS still 1PM
Dolphins @ Browns moved from CBS to Fox still 1PM
 

Chewy316

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It has nothing to do with betting lines. Its more when the Raiders and other teams like them [Lions, Bills, Bucs, Titans] look like they are coming good they fall into a trap game against a bad team. Normally its a road game.
Colts and Bills are acting like the WC spots are cursed.

Its hard to trust teams like the Raiders. But when unconvincing teams have back to back games against bad teams like the Bungles and Jets that they should win easily. Teams just stumble on one of the games. The Jets game might be more of the trap since its a road game and could be looking forward to the KC game the next week.

Even tho it might not happen often, would anyone be shocked to see the raiders lose this game.
Yeah that's a fair explanation. I reckon the bigger chance of a slip up is against the Jets. Really can't see them losing at home to a winless team who are playing a rookie QB. The Raiders match up really well against the Bengals given their very good rushing attack against the Bengals league worst run D.

I'll admit I'm still not sold on this team, but they've come a long way from where I initially thought they were going to be as a team this year. Specifically speaking, this team seems to manage to surprise me. Just when I think it's all going to go to sh!t, they steady.

The Raiders are a legit good team. They've had one bad game. Every other game they've been pretty good or great in
I'd say they had 1 bad game (at Minnesota) and 1 bad quarter (2nd quarter against KC when Mahomes just let it rip). They should have beaten the Texans but could have easily lost to a few other teams, so it's evened itself out. I like where they're headed.

If they win their next 2 games and the Chiefs win this week before the bye, both teams would be 7-4 entering December where they square off against each other at Arrowhead.
 

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LB drafted by Bengals in 2017 or 2018, got waived, claimed by Browns, now waived again. Very talented college player who for some reason (off field or ability to learn) has struggled
Yes now I remember, drafted in like the 3rd or 4th round, done nothing in the NFL tho. Thank U for the reminder kind sir.
 

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