The Jacksonville Jaguars will travel north to play the Cleveland Browns this weekend in a match-up of two struggling AFC teams. The NFL odds for Week 11 reflect this, too, as the betting line has fluctuated throughout the week.
The Maurice Jones-Drew led Jaguars have actually won two of their last three games, but considering last week's game was a victory over the winless (and Peyton Manning-less) Indianapolis Colts, that should perhaps be taken with a grain of salt when deciding which team to bet on this week.
The Browns opened the week as 1½ point favorites, but the news that running back Peyton Hillis will be inactive has likely influenced that line as it is now a pick'em for most outlets. Odds Shark's excellent database shows that while the odds are even at most sites, there are a few offering one point to both teams as of Thursday morning.
The over-under has also dropped on this game, going from 36 when it opened to an average of 34 points just a few days later. Considering the team's have went under in 13 of their last 14 games, that might not be a bad bet either.