NFL Betting: Best Bets For Week 11’s Four 4 O’clock Games

  • Prop Bets For The New York Jets vs. The Los Angeles Chargers include Justin Herbert to throw at least 299 yards at +110 odds.
  • The Miami Dolphins are favored by four points against the Denver Broncos on the Spread.
  • Andy Dalton to throw for over 1.5 touchdowns against the Minnesota Vikings has +100 odds.
  • The Green Bay Packers have +110 moneyline odds against the Indianapolis Colts.

INDIANAPOLIS – NFL betting in Week 11 comes with the opportunity to watch and wager on four games starting around 4 p.m. EST. These games may not have the most on the line in terms of playoff seeding or Super Bowl odds, but they do come with great hidden betting opportunities.

The first two games start at 4:05 p.m. EST and include the miserable New York Jets vs. the Los Angeles Chargers. The other matchup includes the up and coming Miami Dolphins against the Denver Broncs.

The matchups starting at 4:25 p.m. EST involve the recently trending Minnesota Vikings against the Dallas Cowboys. However, the biggest game of the hour will be the Indianapolis Colts against the Green Bay Packers which starts at the same time.

Some of the best NFL odds can be found in plain sight, while other will need you to dig around your online sportsbooks a bit.

Herbert To Have His Way

Justin Herbert has certainly had his Rookie of the Year moments this season.

In the eight games that Herbert has played in, he’s thrown 19 touchdowns and six interceptions. He currently has a 66.8 completion percentage and has thrown for 2333 yards. The numbers aren’t staggering, but one stat sticks out. Hebert has averaged 291.6 yards per game.

This makes one of the betting odds for the Jets vs. Chargers much more appealing.

Using BetOnline’s prop builder, you can set the line for Justin Herbert’s passing yards at 299 and get +110 odds.

The Jets rank 29th in the league in terms of opposing passing yards per game. The Jets, on average, allow their opponents to throw for 281 yards.

While the numbers are slim, betting against the Jets in any capacity this season has proven to payout.

Dolphins To Cover

The Miami Dolphins are currently riding a five-game winning streak and are 3-0 when starting Tua Tagovialoa at quarterback. The Broncos meanwhile are coming into the game having lost two straight and being blown out by the Las Vegas Raiders.

The strength of the Dolphins has come from their defense while one of the weaknesses of the Broncos has come from their offense. This makes the spread look tempting.

Miami Dolphins vs. Denver Broncos Spread Odds

  • Miami -4 (-105)
  • Broncos +4 (-115)

The Dolphins come into the game ranked fifth in the NFL in terms of points per game at 20.2. The Broncos, meanwhile, come into the game ranked 28th in total offensive points per game.

Add this to the fact that the Dolphins are 5-1 against the spread in their last six games versus a team with a losing record and 4-0 ATS in their previous four games following an ATS victory and you can see why taking the Dolphins (-4) is the smart choice.

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The reduced vig can be found at Bovada which makes it even more of a potentially profitable bet.

Andy Dalton Makes A Comeback

The quarterback position for the Dallas Cowboys this season has been a bit of a nightmare. Not only did the Cowboys lose Dak Prescott for the season after a gruesome ankle injury, but they also lost his backup Andy Dalton for three weeks following a concussion and testing positive for COVID-19.

Dalton is now coming back to make the start for the Cowboys where he hopes to make an improvement over the last few weeks at the position. There is an interesting betting line surrounding his play today.

Andy Dalton Passing Touchdown Odds

  • Over 1.5
  • Under 1.5

Dalton wasn’t a stud when he did play for the Cowboys before his injury. However, the line is set pretty low, giving him a chance to hit the Over.

The Vikings also rank 26th in the league in terms of passing touchdowns allowed to opponents. They have an average of 2.1 touchdowns per game given up to opposing quarterbacks.

While the Cowboys may not win the game outright, this is a betting line that Cowboys fans can feel a bit more optimistic about.

Packers Underdogs Against The Colts?

The game of the hour involves the 7-2 Packers against the 6-3 Colts. The Packers are coming into this game as 1.5 point underdogs on the spread and underdogs on the moneyline despite having a better record.

Green Bay Packers vs. Indianapolis Colts Moneyline Odds

  • Green Bay (EVEN)
  • Indianapolis (-120)

The odds could be set this way because of the Colts defense. The Colts rank fourth in defensive efficiency this season. However, the only QB they’ve faced this season that ranks in the top 10 in terms of QBR has been Ryan Tannehill.

Add this to the fact that the only teams they’ve beaten have a combined record of 21-33 and the Colts don’t look as impressive.

Insert Aaron Rodgers and the Colts defense might be exposed.

However, the most telling trend of the game is the fact that the Packers are 5-1 straight up and ATS when playing as an underdog during Matt LaFleur's era as head coach.

Take the Packers on either the spread or the moneyline and enter Sunday Night Football with a positive bankroll.