The UF Squad reveal their best picks for Sunday’s NFL action
It’s almost playoff season in the NFL, as only seven regular season games remain until the end of the 2022 campaign.
The UF Squad are back with their best bets for this weekend’s NFL games, picking out three selections that could be worth backing this weekend
Here are their top picks for the NFL’s Week 11 fixtures.
HOU TEXANS +3 vs. WAS Commanders (-107, PointsBet)
While the Texans have the poorest record in the NFL this year, they could put up a fight against an improving Commanders side.
Houston has won their last three games against the Commanders, while Washington have suffered road defeats to the Cowboys and the Lions this season.
The Commanders did put up a huge performance to beat the undefeated Philadelphia Eagles on Monday night, so there’s a chance that may have took some steam out of them.
Texans QB Davis Mills have played better at home overall in the NFL and while the Texans may just fall short of victory, they could cover the spread against a Washington side that has a shorter week of recovery than others.
JOE BURROW OVER 252.5 PASSING YARDS (-117, Caesars)
The Bengals return from their bye week with a tough AFC North matchup on their hands, as they face off against Pittsburgh this week.
Third-year QB Joe Burrow has chalked up the fifth-most passing yards in the NFL this year, despite losing star receiver Ja’Marr Chase to injury.
Burrow has smashed this over total in five of his nine starts this year and he threw for 338 yards in the season opener against the Steelers back in Week 1.
Take the chance on Burrow surpassing his total here.
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CHASE CLAYPOOL ANYTIME TD (+390, Caesars)
The Bears’ receiving corp could be in for a busy weekend, as they hit the road to face a struggling Atlanta defense that cannot seem to stop the pass attack.
The Falcons have allowed the most receiving yards per game to wide receivers this season, as well as allowing an average of 1.2 touchdowns a game this year.
While Claypool has only registered three catches for 21 yards in his first two starts for the Bears, he could well have a breakout game against a weak Atlanta secondary here.
His anytime TD price looks generous if he clicks with Justin Fields this week, and it is well worth taking a chance on in comparison to other receivers in the field.