Following arguably the best week of football in the 2016 NFL season, the schedule for Week 11 doesn’t feature nearly as many big games. Five teams are favored by at least a touchdown, and the two biggest favorites are on the road.

Even after their Week 10 loss, the New England Patriots are considered by many to be the NFL’s best team. They remain the Super Bowl betting favorites, and they are nearly two-touchdown favorites on the road against the San Francisco 49ers. San Francisco still hasn’t won since the season opener.

Only the Cleveland Browns have a worse record than the 49ers, and they are still looking for their first win. The Browns are nine-point home underdogs against the Pittsburgh Steelers, who have lost four games in a row.

After winning in Pittsburgh, the Dallas Cowboys are the owners of the NFL’s best record. Having established themselves as the best team in the NFC, Dallas is a seven-point favorite over the Baltimore Ravens. Baltimore is in first place in the AFC North with two straight divisional victories.

Five contests on the schedule have a betting line of three points or less. That includes the AFC South matchup between the Tennessee Titans and Indianapolis Colts, which features the week’s highest over/under at 52.5. The Minnesota Vikings have lost four straight games after starting the season 5-0, and their matchup with the visiting Arizona Cardinals is a pick’em.

The Atlanta Falcons, Denver Broncos, New York Jets and San Diego Chargers all have byes in Week 11. The Carolina Panthers, Washington Redskins and Oakland Raiders are the favorites in this week’s prime-time games.

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 and online, via OddsShark.

New Orleans Saints (+3.5) at Carolina Panthers, 51.5

Tennessee Titans (+3) at Indianapolis Colts, 52.5

Jacksonville Jaguars (+6.5) at Detroit Lions, 47

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+7.5) at Kansas City Chiefs, 44.5

Chicago Bears (+7) at New York Giants, 47.5

Arizona Cardinals (PK) at Minnesota Vikings, 41

Buffalo Bills (+3) at Cincinnati Bengals, 47

Baltimore Ravens (+7) at Dallas Cowboys, 45

Pittsburgh Steelers (-9) at Cleveland Browns, 49

Miami Dolphins (+1) at Los Angeles Rams, 40.5

New England Patriots (-13.5) at San Francisco 49ers, 51

Philadelphia Eagles (+6.5) at Seattle Seahawks, 44.5

Green Bay Packers (+2.5) at Washington Redskins, 50.5

Houston Texans (+6) at Oakland Raiders, 46