Week 11 NFL Futures Report

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Be sure to check out Sports Hub’s Week 11 NFL Futures Report for all the latest updates. It’s Thanksgiving week so you know that things are starting to get serious now in the NFL. 

At this stage of the season, NFL futures are starting to become more and more clear. We know, more or less, which teams are the real deal and those that aren’t. However, we now have to sift through the top contenders. 

If you are planning on placing NFL futures bets then now is the time to do so! Value will start to decrease as we head closer to the end of the season. Therefore, you need to use the information in my Week 11 NFL Futures Report to help make your selections. Let’s get into my report below!

Week 11 NFL Futures – Top Markets 

Every week, I have been analyzing the odds for the main NFL futures markets. Below you can find the top-six markets that I will be tracking when it comes to Week 11 NFL futures:

  • Super Bowl Winner 
  • AFC Champion
  • NFC Champion
  • MVP 
  • Offensive Rookie of the Year
  • Defensive Rookie of the Year

My Week 11 NFL Futures Report aims to breakdown all the information you need before making your futures bets. Results, injuries and key trends all have a huge say in how NFL futures look week-to-week. 

Teams such as the Philadelphia Eagles, the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers look the real deal. However, the news of Joe Burrow’s season-ending injury has seen the Cincinnati Bengals trend down. Below you can find all the latest news that is impacting Week 11 NFL futures. 

Super Bowl Winner

It’s the main futures market of the NFL. The question on everybody’s lips. Who will win the Super Bowl? Well, we don’t know just yet. However, the bookmakers like teams such as the Chiefs, the Eagles and the Niners to go all the way in 2023. Check out the latest odds for the Super Bowl winner after Week 10: 

  • Kansas City Chiefs (+450)
  • San Francisco 49ers (+500)
  • Philadelphia Eagles (+550)
  • Baltimore Ravens (+750)
  • Miami Dolphins (+1000)
  • Dallas Cowboys (+1000)
  • Detroit Lions (+1200)
  • Jacksonville Jaguars (+2000)
  • Buffalo Bills (+2500)
  • Cincinnati Bengals (+2700)

It’s no surprise that the Cincinnati Bengals have dropped off once again after it was revealed that Burrow will be out for the season after tearing a ligament in his wrist. They are now outside of the top-ten candidates and are priced at a mammoth +12500. 

Here are the updated odds to win Super Bowl LVIII through Week 11:

  • Kansas City Chiefs (+450)
  • San Francisco 49ers (+450)
  • Philadelphia Eagles (+450)
  • Baltimore Ravens (+850)
  • Dallas Cowboys (+900)
  • Miami Dolphins (+900)
  • Detroit Lions (+1400)
  • Jacksonville Jaguars (+1800)
  • Buffalo Bills (+2600)
  • Cleveland Browns (+4000)

The 49ers are back on the up. They have been able to overcome their October issues by responding with a three-game winning streak. That includes Thursday’s Thanksgiving victory against NFC West rivals the Seattle Seahawks as they move to 8-3. 

Many oddsmakers now have the Niners up there with both the Chiefs and the Eagles as favorites to win Super Bowl LVIII. The Baltimore Ravens are some way off at +850. 

AFC Champions

Next in my Week 11 NFL Futures Report, I will investigate odds for the AFC Conference winner. Here are the odds for the top-five after Week 10:

  • Kansas City Chiefs (+200)
  • Baltimore Ravens (+350)
  • Miami Dolphins (+400)
  • Jacksonville Jaguars (+1100)
  • Buffalo Bills (+1400)

In spite of the Chiefs’ 21-17 defeat against the Eagles at Arrowhead Stadium on Monday Night Football, they remain the favorites to win the AFC. The Ravens are shortly behind and have a marginally better record at 8-3. However, Kansas City (7-3) has played a game less. 

  • Kansas City Chiefs (+200)
  • Baltimore Ravens (+360)
  • Miami Dolphins (+400)
  • Jacksonville Jaguars (+800)
  • Buffalo Bills (+1200)

Victories for both the Buffalo Bills and Jacksonville Jaguars during Week 11 has seen their prices come in to win the conference. The Bills finally got their offense going as they scored 32 points against a strong New York Jets defense. Meanwhile, the Jags secured a comfortable 34-14 win over the Tennessee Titans. 

NFC Champions 

Of course, we also have to examine the latest prices for those competing in the NFC. Here are the odds for the NFC champion after Week 10:

  • Philadelphia Eagles (+220)
  • San Francisco 49ers (+240)
  • Detroit Lions (+450)
  • Dallas Cowboys (+500)
  • Seattle Seahawks (+1800)

The NFC has looked very similar all season. There are four teams that are a level above the rest. The Eagles have the best record in football at 9-1, whilst the Niners look back to their best. It looks extremely likely that those two teams will be competing in the NFC Championship once again this season. 

Below you can find the most recent odds for the NFC champion through Week 11: 

  • Philadelphia Eagles (+190)
  • San Francisco 49ers (+200)
  • Dallas Cowboys (+450)
  • Detroit Lions (+600)
  • New Orleans Saints (+2500)

The Detroit Lions haven’t looked at their best over the past few weeks. Mistakes are starting to creep in and the offense has been underwhelming. Quarterback Jared Goff threw three interceptions against the Chicago Bears during Week 11 but, somehow, the Lions were able to come away with the victory. 

Nevertheless, Detroit’s luck ran out on Thursday as they suffered a 29-22 loss against the Green Bay Packers at Ford Field. They have now slipped to fourth in the running to win the NFC. The Dallas Cowboys’ dominant 45-10 triumph over the Washington Commanders on Turkey Day means they have leapfrogged the Lions in the NFC race. 

MVP

It’s more love for San Francisco as my Week 11 NFL Futures Report heads on over to player futures now. The MVP race is one of the most talked about NFL futures every season. That’s why it is a feature of Week 11 NFL futures. We all want to know who the best player in the NFL is. Typically, it will be awarded to a quarterback on a winning team.

Check out the updated odds after Week 10: 

  • Jalen Hurts (+280) QB Philadelphia Eagles
  • Patrick Mahomes (+280) QB Kansas City Chiefs
  • Lamar Jackson (+300) QB Baltimore Ravens
  • Tua Tagovailoa (+550) QB Miami Dolphins
  • Brock Purdy (+2200) QB San Francisco 49ers
  • C.J. Stroud (+2500) QB Houston Texans 
  • Joe Burrow (+3000) QB Cincinnati Bengals 
  • Christian McCaffrey (+3000) RB San Francisco 49ers
  • Jared Goff (+3000) QB Detroit Lions
  • Dak Prescott (+3300) QB Dallas Cowboys

There has been plenty of talk this season about the issues with the NFL’s MVP award. Quarterback play hasn’t exactly been great this season, yet they are dominating the market. The last time a non-QB won MVP was in 2012 with running back Adrian Peterson. Could Christian McCaffrey become a surprise winner this season? 

You can find the latest odds after Week 11 here:

  • Jalen Hurts (+250) QB Philadelphia Eagles
  • Lamar Jackson (+375) QB Baltimore Ravens
  • Patrick Mahomes (+425) QB Kansas City Chiefs
  • Tua Tagovailoa (+550) QB Miami Dolphins
  • Dak Prescott (+700) QB Dallas Cowboys
  • Brock Purdy (+1500) QB San Francisco 49ers
  • C.J. Stroud (+1800) QB Houston Texans 
  • Christian McCaffrey (+2000) RB San Francisco 49ers
  • Josh Allen (+3300) QB Buffalo Bills
  • Jared Goff (+4000) QB Detroit Lions

CMC has been on another level for the Niners in 2023. He has rushed for 939 yards at 4.87 yards per carry and has scored 11 rushing touchdowns. He has also caught 48 passes for 389 yards and five TDs. McCaffrey still needs to rush for another 1000+ yards to match Peterson’s season in 2012.

However, Hurts is the main contender. Despite having a passer rating of just 64.6 against the Chiefs, throwing for just 150 passing yards, zero touchdowns and an interception, he was still able to score two TDs with his legs. 

The main shift in price has seen Cowboys signal caller Dak Prescott come in from +3300 to a measly +700. Prescott has thrown 17 touchdowns and just two picks since Week 8 as the Dallas offense continues to beat up on teams across the league. 

Offensive Rookie of the Year & Defensive Rookie of the Year 

Since the start of the season, I have been analyzing the odds for both Offensive and Defensive Rookie of the Year. It now appears that we have two heavy favorites and it would be quite the shock if neither C.J. Stroud or Jalen Carter went on to win OROY and DROY respectively. 

Check out the latest odds for both OROY and DROY for Week 11 NFL futures below:

OROY

  • C.J. Stroud (-4000) QB Houston Texans 
  • Puka Nacua (+1600) WR Los Angeles Rams 
  • Jahmyr Gibbs (+1800) RB Detroit Lions
  • Bijan Robinson (+3400) RB Atlanta Falcons 
  • Jordan Addison (+3500) WR Minnesota Vikings 

Stroud has taken the NFL by storm in his rookie season. Not only is he a massive -4000 favorite to win OROY, but he is even in the running to win MVP at +1800. What makes his season even more impressive is that the majority of QBs have struggled in 2023. 

However, Stroud’s ability to limit mistakes, whilst still able to move the ball down the field and throw touchdown passes, is a testament to just how good he is. 

DROY

  • Jalen Carter (-175) DT Philadelphia Eagles
  • Devon Witherspoon (+150) CB Seattle Seahawks 
  • Will Anderson Jr. (+1500) DE Houston Texans
  • Brian Branch (+2000) S Detroit Lions
  • Tuli Tuipulotu (+4500) OLB Los Angeles Chargers

Moving on to DROY now, Jalen Carter has also been elite in his maiden NFL campaign. Carter has added even more talent to a strong Eagles defensive line. He has recorded five sacks, 23 hurries, 4 hits and 32 total pressures so far in 2023.