NFL tips: Our 15/2 four-fold for Week 11
Three AFC teams chasing a playoff berth feature in Jack Green's NFL tips for Sunday night.
If you had put £10 on all of Jack Green's boosted NFL tips this season, you would be £160 in profit by now. Here are his picks for Week 11.
Indianapolis Colts to beat Tennessee Titans
The Colts were unfortunate to lose five of their first six games this season, and they’ve proved that they’re better than their record suggests by winning each of their last three.
Their offensive line has been great all year, giving up just 10 sacks – the second-fewest in the league – and none in their last four games.
Expect them to keep quarterback Andrew Luck upright again on the way to a win over Tennessee, who have lost three of their five away games so far.
Pittsburgh Steelers to beat Jacksonville Jaguars
The Steelers have won five games in a row since starting the season 1-2-1. Their offense has been excellent in that time, averaging 35.4 points over the past five weeks.
They’ve had a couple of extra days rest after beating the Carolina Panthers 52-21 last Thursday, and now take on a Jaguars team on a five-game losing streak.
Jacksonville have averaged just 14.4 points per game over the past five weeks, so it’s hard to see them outscoring the Steelers, who are yet to lose on the road this season.
New York Giants to beat Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Giants snapped a five-game losing streak by beating the 49ers 27-23 in San Francisco last week, and they’re a good bet to earn their third victory of the season on Sunday.
Tampa Bay opened the season with back-to-back wins, led by quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. But they’ve since slowed down, losing six of their last seven, including all of their last three.
The Buccaneers can’t stop anyone scoring, ranking last in points allowed this season, and that doesn’t bode well for them against a Giants offense that seems to be finding form.
Houston Texans to beat Washington Redskins
Expect the Texans to extend their winning streak to seven games when they travel to Washington this week.
Houston have conceded just 15.2 points per game since Week 5, and they will likely stifle a Redskins offense that has been disrupted by injuries to several key players.
The Texans were on a bye last week and should take full advantage of that extra rest and preparation time.
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