The number of unbeaten NFL teams is down to two, following the Cincinnati Bengals’ shocking loss to the Houston Texans on Monday night. If a perfect team is going to lose in Week 11, it will be in surprising fashion, as well.

Starting the season at 9-0, the Carolina Panthers and New England Patriots are tied for being the second-biggest favorites on the Week 11 schedule. Carolina hosts the Washington Redskins, whom they are giving seven points. In the week’s final game, New England is a seven-point home favorite over the Buffalo Bills.

The Patriots won by eight points in Buffalo earlier this season, and the teams combined to score 72 points. Their upcoming contest has the highest over/under in Week 11.

Even though they are under .500, the Seattle Seahawks are easily the biggest favorites on the schedule. They are giving the visiting San Francisco 49ers 12 points. Seattle won in San Francisco by 17 points earlier this season, and five of the 49ers’ six losses have come by at least 14 points. The Seahawks lost to the Arizona Cardinals last week, giving them more than one loss at home for the first time since 2011.

The Cardinals host the Bengals on Sunday night in what might be the best game of the week. The two first-place teams have a combined 15-3 record.

The Green Bay Packers were heavy favorites to win the NFC North just a few weeks ago, but three straight losses have them one game behind the Minnesota Vikings for first place in the division. With the game being played in Minnesota, the game is a pick’em.

The Cleveland Browns, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants and Pittsburgh Steelers all have byes in Week 11. Three of the four teams that had byes last week are underdogs on Sunday.

Below are the complete betting lines for all the Week 11 games, including the point spreads and totals. These are the consensus odds from multiple sportsbooks in Las Vegas, via

Tennessee Titans (+3) at Jacksonville Jaguars, 43

Washington Redskins (+7) at Carolina Panthers, 45

Oakland Raiders (-1.5) at Detroit Lions, 48

Dallas Cowboys (PK) at Miami Dolphins, 47

Indianapolis Colts (+6) at Atlanta Falcons, 45

St. Louis Rams (+1.5) at Baltimore Ravens, 42

New York Jets (-2.5) at Houston Texans, 42

Green Bay Packers (PK) at Minnesota Vikings, 45

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+6) at Philadelphia Eagles, 45

Denver Broncos (-2) at Chicago Bears, 43

Cincinnati Bengals (+3) at Arizona Cardinals, 48

San Francisco 49ers (+12) at Seattle Seahawks, 40.5

Kansas City Chiefs (-3) at San Diego Chargers, 44.5

Buffalo Bills (+7) at New England Patriots, 48.5