The Bears and Vikings meet in Week 11 with the NFC North up for grabs. Adam Bettcher/Getty Images

There are 11 games slated for Sunday's Week 11 and nearly all of them have some type of playoff implication. While there are three teams with just one loss, many teams are hovering above or just below .500, which means that a late charge from any of them could change the playoff picture.

Many eyes will be on the Dallas Cowboys, who are on the road against the Atlanta Falcons. Both sides have underachieved this season, yet both can still find their way into the postseason.

But the biggest game on Sunday is the evening matchup. After the Green Bay Packers were defeated on Thursday, the Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings meet with the winner taking sole possession of first place in the NFC North.

One of the biggest stories of the weekend is that Baltimore Ravens rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson starting in place of injured Joe Flacco in a crucial game against the Cincinnati Bengals. The Ravens are looking to snap a three-game losing streak and get back into the playoff hunt in the competitive AFC North.

Another storyline is Los Angeles Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa will make his season debut against the Denver Broncos. The Chargers still have a reasonable shot at winning the AFC West despite the Kansas City Chiefs' hot start.

Here are the latest betting lines courtesy for Sunday's games, courtesy of Vegas Insider. Many lines changed in recent hours.

Carolina Panthers (-4.5) at Detroit Lions - 49

Lions have fallen out of the playoff picture, while the Panthers look poised for the wild card.

Dallas Cowboys (+3.5) at Atlanta Falcons - 49.5

This is probably a "must win" for both playoff hopefuls.

Philadelphia Eagles (+7.5) at New Orleans Saints - 56

Saints seeking their ninth-straight win, while the Super Bowl champs are hoping to stay in the playoff hunt.

Tennessee Titans (+1) at Indianapolis Colts - 49.5

Both teams have a shot at winning the AFC South.

Houston Texans (-3) at Washington Redskins - 41

Battle of division leaders looking to hang on to the top spot.

Oakland Raiders (+5) at Arizona Cardinals - 41

Both teams hoping for a quick end to a forgettable season.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+3) at New York Giants - 53.5

Nothing on the line aside from how close they can get to the top overall pick.

Denver Broncos (+7) at Los Angeles Chargers - 46.5

Chargers still have a shot at winning the AFC West after a six-game winning streak.

Cincinnati Bengals (+6.5) at Baltimore Ravens - 44

Quarterback Lamar Jackson expected to start for the Ravens.

Pittsburgh Steelers (-4) at Jacksonville Jaguars -47

Steelers will play the rest of the season without Le'Veon Bell and need to keep pace with the Bengals.

Minnesota Vikings (+2.5) at Chicago Bears - 44

Winner gets sole possession of first place in NFC North.