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Here at Cappers Info, we are taking a weekly look at the teams that could be ripe to pull off some major upsets! Check out the potentially ugly dogs that could come up and bite you in the butt in you aren’t careful for the Week 11 of NFL betting action!
Year To Date Record: 30-35 ATS
Upset Record: 10-18, -$720
Underdog Pick #1: Minnesota Vikings (+100 at Wager Web Sportsbook) vs. Oakland Raiders, Sunday, 1:00 ET: This game reminds us quite a bit of the one back at the beginning of the season when the Raiders came on the road to Buffalo and laid an egg in the second half against the Bills. The script is pretty close to the same, with the Raiders coming off of a huge divisional win going towards the East Coast against a team that no one believes in. Minnesota was shellacked last week by the Green Bay Packers, but we still believe that this is a team that is good for a few more wins this year under rookie QB Christian Ponder. The AFC West won’t have a team above .500 in it after this weekend is over with once the Raiders go down to the Vikes at the Metrodome.
Underdog Pick #2: San Diego Chargers (+170 at Wager Web Sportsbook) @ Chicago Bears, Sunday 4:15 ET: Okay, so you want to know what makes sense about this play? Nothing! Absolutely, positively nothing! But after all, these are the Bears and the Chargers that we are talking about, and since when does anything make sense with either of these teams? Right about now, people are going to start jumping off of the San Diego bandwagon, and right about now is when the wagon will narrowly avoid teetering into a ditch and will get back on track to keep the Bolts in the playoff push in spite of a miserable 4-5 record in their first nine games of the year. Of course, right about now, fresh off of three straight victories, including a mauling of Detroit last week, the Bears bandwagon is getting pretty full. And we know what happens when Chicago’s bandwagon gets full. That’s right. There’s that ditch again. Simply put, these teams are always either overachieving and setting their fans up for a brutal defeat or underachieving and setting up their fans for a glimmer of hope that doesn’t really exist. The glimmer on this day will belong to the Chargers.