Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott and the Dallas Cowboys are favored over the Ravens to win their ninth straight game.
The Dallas Cowboys (8–1) stated their case as the best team in the league following a 35–30 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers (4–5) as three-point road underdogs last Sunday, winning their eighth straight game and improving to 8–0–1 against the spread.
This Sunday, the Cowboys host the AFC North-leading Baltimore Ravens (5–4), who topped the winless Cleveland Browns 28–7 last Thursday night as 7.5-point chalk.
Dallas is listed as a seven-point favorite on the NFL point spreads against Baltimore at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com but has struggled in the series recently, going 0–5 straight up and 1–4 against the spread in the past five meetings dating back to 1994.
The Cowboys and Ravens have met just three times in the previous 12 years, with the latter scoring 30 points or more each time.
The New England Patriots (7–2) are coming off a 31–24 home loss to the Seattle Seahawks (6–2–1) as 7.5-point favorites in the Week 10 Sunday night game, and they now travel to San Francisco to play the struggling 49ers (1-8) as 14-point chalk.
The Patriots have lost seven of the last 10 head-to-head matchups straight up with the 49ers, who have lost eight in a row overall and gone 1–7 ATS during that stretch.
The Seahawks will be going for their third consecutive victory since their 6–6 tie with the Arizona Cardinals (4–4–1) when they host the Philadelphia Eagles (5–4) as six-point favorites. Seattle has won four of the past five meetings with Philly both straight up and against the spread.
The Cardinals will try to hand the Minnesota Vikings (5–4) their fifth straight loss when they visit U.S. Bank Stadium in a pick’em matchup. The Vikings were the talk of the NFL after a hot 5–0 start, but they have gone cold over the past month.
The Cardinals have dropped 10 of the last 13 games in the series with Minnesota straight up, and they are just 1–5 against the spread in their previous six versus teams with winning records.
The New Orleans Saints (4–5) and Carolina Panthers (3–6) are both coming off tough home losses against AFC West teams last week, and they will kick off Week 11 on Thursday night. The Panthers are four-point home chalk and have covered eight of their past 11 at home. However, the Saints are 6-1 against the spread in their last seven divisional games.
And the Oakland Raiders (7–2) will wrap up Week 11 on Monday night by taking on the Houston Texans (6–3) at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City. The Raiders are coming off their bye, which followed a 30–20 win over the Denver Broncos (7–3) two weeks ago. The Raiders are 5.5-point favorites for the neutral-site contest south of the border.