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Even though the boys are off this week and next (Happy Early Thanksgiving) show wise, they are givers so are their NFL week 11 ATS Locks of the Week.

Updated Totals Thru Week 10: 33-21 (61%)

SportsYack Mike:

Chargers (+3) – Bolts coming off a bye week combined with a Kansas City team facing the first good quarterback they’ve seen since in over a month makes this dog bark in Mission Valley.

Patriots (-7.5) – No rational needed here. Rex Ryan is a clown.

Baltimore Mayor Rich Turpin:

Bears (-1) -Bears are winners of 4 out of their last 6 (Rich loves trends). Plus, they get Lurch Osweiler under center for the Broncos in the Windy City.

Redskins (+7.5) – Shocking, right? But the Panthers could be peeking ahead to their reunion with Greg Hardy on Turkey Day at Jerry’s World. Plus, the ‘Skins found their running game last week and DeSean Jackson will find the end zone on a long ball.

Jabby Burns:

Broncos/Bears (Over 41) – The wise guys in Vegas are screaming for you to take the under with the aforementioned Osweiler taking snaps instead of Papa John Manning. But the Bears defense is awful and their offense has found itself behind Ray’s son Jeremy Lankford.

Nuggets: Over is 4-0 in Bears last 4 games following a SU win of more than 14 points.
Over is 4-0 in Bears last 4 games after accumulating more than 150 yards rushing in their previous game.

Rams (+2.5) – If I bet you at the beginning of the 2015 season that the Ravens-who before this season were winning 83% of their home games since 2005- would lose at home to the Browns, Bengals and Jags I’m just guessing here, but I imagine you would’ve taken it. So this week they face a team that defensively-outside the Bengals-are better then all of those teams and the Ravens are laying points? I understand the Rams aren’t the Greatest Show on Turf as Case Keenam takes over at QB, but how are the Ravens going to stop Rookie of Year candiante Todd Gurley and Baltimore’s own Tavon Austin?

Nuggets: Rams are 7-3 ATS in their last 10 games in November. Rams are 6-0 ATS in their last 6 overall following a double-digit loss (lost to the Bears 37-13).