2016 NFL Week 11 Injuries and Betting Odds Impact

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Know who’s injured before you bet on the NFL Week 11 games and gain that edge to see if the odds reflect said injuries.

Rob Gronkowski – Punctured Lung – Patriots -12.5 in San Francisco

Though he played through his injury Sunday, there is a chance he may not be able to play in Week 11.  His status will be updated on Wednesday but most certainly Gronkowski's status ranks top among the NFL injuries to monitor closely.  Dion Lewis, who suffered a knee injury last November, could be back Sunday to help compensate a bit but nothing can 100 percent compensate for Gronk being out.  San Francisco is so bad that it is difficult to tell if the line on this game with or without Gronkowski expected has even been reduced to allow for some wiggle room. Gambling911.com has determined the line should be between New England -10 and -11 however. 

Jake Long – Achilles – Vikings PK vs. Arizona

The Vikings injury situation is really starting to take its toll.  They have already lost a number of tackles this year.  Linebacker Eric Kendricks injuring his hip was yet another casualty in Week 10 though he could potentially play against Arizona.  Going to be tough for the banged up Vikings but no need to despair as the NFC North is up for grabs this season.

Kyle Long – Ankle – Bears +7 in New York (Giants) – The star offensive linesman could be out the season.  Rookie running back Jordan Howard will also be out for the Bears with an ankle or Achilles injury.  Might the red hot Giants be able to destroy Chicago at home Sunday?

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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