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NFL Week 11 – Big 15* Picks

Just in from Bobby Dalton is a 15* Best Bet for Sunday night with a huge opportunity on the schedule! Dalton had a positive day yesterday led by a 10* Best Bet win on Northwestern’s big upset and he is ready to deliver another big day in the NFL! His last 15* in the NFL was a blowout as Pittsburgh crushed Cleveland 38-7!

The Big E looks for a Sunday bounce back while looking to reach 3-0 in his NFL 15* Game of the Month selections!

Nelly’s is 8-1 the last three Saturdays in college football with another winning 2/3 yesterday. We’ll look to get in a big Sunday as well with three selections for Week 11 in this week’s 2/3!

Maximum Sports won 2 out of 3 yesterday with two 5* wins and he is ready to deliver at least a 60% day in Sunday’s 5-Pack!

Point Train’s fine season hit a skid Saturday including a very tough luck result in his 10-unit total, a game that was well on pace to win at halftime before turnovers and injuries added up. Point Train is on an 18-11 NFL run since Week 3 and looks to bounce back with a 3-game offer on Sunday:

Here is a FREE PICK on this week’s NFL schedule from the Green Sheet: #459 Pittsburgh Steelers -10.5 over Jacksonville Jaguars 12:00 PM CT

Given the consistent success for Pittsburgh and the consistent struggles for Jacksonville the series history offers a surprise with a winning mark for the Jaguars head-to-head, including the notable 2017 playoff win. These squads are at the opposite end of the AFC picture but Jacksonville has played three straight competitive games losing by 10, 2 and 4. Last week in Green Bay the Jaguars had the ball across midfield down four before Jake Luton was sacked twice in a row but in two games Luton has had passable results as rookie thrown into a tough situation. Two weeks ago the Steelers needed an epic comeback to beat Dallas with a new quarterback thrown into the fire and last week’s 36-10 result over the rival Bengals was a bit misleading with two early fumbles for Cincinnati digging a hole as the production numbers were relatively close. Baltimore is up next on the schedule on a short week with a Thanksgiving night game ahead as this is a dangerous spot on the schedule for the 9-0 squad that has had seven wins by 10 or fewer points despite two thirds of the schedule coming vs. losing teams. That seems like an obvious trap set-up that might not materialize however. A rookie quarterback going up against this Steelers defense seems likely to set-up some big plays and short-field opportunities for the Steelers and last week’s close result for the Jaguars was a bit misleading with a special teams touchdown.