Barstool Sports Advisors NFL Week 11 Picks: Only Feiner Has Winning Week and Correct Mortal Lock

Written By Katie Kohler on November 20, 2021 - Last Updated on November 22, 2021

Dave Portnoy isn’t the only one who thinks the New England Patriots are going to Super Bowl LVI. On Nov. 19, Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale bet $750,000 at theScore Bet and $1.25 million at Barstool Sportsbook on the Patriots to win the Super Bowl at +2300. His potential payout is $46 million.

“It is probably the smartest bet ever made. Man is gonna win 46 million. Makes my 20k bet look like chump change. May need to match. I love this guy!” said Portnoy in a Tweet

For NFL Week 11 action, the Barstool Sports Advisors, were all in agreement about the Dallas Cowboys (+2.5) against the Chiefs. The Cowboys lost to the Kansas City Chiefs 19-9.

Here are highlights of Barstool Sports Advisors analysis and you can choose to follow or fade them when making your picks at PA sports betting apps.

Indianapolis Colts vs. Buffalo Bills (-7)

Dave Portnoy

The pick: Colts +7

“I like Buffalo but battle lines have been drawn (with the Patriots). I think this game is going to be close. If the Colts win this game, it’s a wrap in the AFC East.”

Stu

The pick: Bills -7

“I love the Bills in this game and I hate laying seven. The public is going to be all over the Bills. But I am Mr. Bills Mafia. Let’s say Bills by 30 in a rout. Carson Wentz, sacked five times and the p—- that he is, will be benched in the fourth quarter.”

Big Cat

The pick: Colts +7, Over 50

“The Bills dominated the Jets but the stink of the Jags game is still there.”

Final score: Colts 41, Bills 15

Green Bay Packers vs. MinnesotaVikings

Dave 

The pick: Packers -2.5, Over 49

“I had $500k on the Packers last week. The Packers are for real and it’s their defense. They dominated Patrick Mahomes and shut out the Seahawks. They are the most complete team in the NFC. The man in the suit should take the Vikings but there are exceptions and this is one.”

Stu

The pick: Vikings +2.5, Over 49

“Remember last week when I told you Aaron Rodgers was going to win the Super Bowl even though it’s going to humiliate me because I have the Chargers. I hate Aaron Rodgers but he is going to win the Super Bowl. His defense is playing phenomenal. I think the Vikings will win this game. It’s a must-win for them.”

Big Cat

The pick: Packers -2.5, Over 49

“I want to find a way to hate the Packers because I hate the Packers so I want to say this is the game they are going to finally slip up. I just played Candy Land in my brain.”

(The Over 49 is a deal they three made to “all be right together.” Feiner didn’t want to do it until Big Cat agreed to go to lunch with him and Portnoy said he would follow him on Twitter…if it hits)

Final score: Vikings 34, Packers 31

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Las Vegas Raiders

Dave 

The pick: Raiders +1

“This is my ‘I have no ideas what’s going to happen game of the year.’  I wrote down both teams on a piece of paper and will put each in my hand.” Portnoy then had Feiner pick a hand and he chose the hand that had Raiders +1.

Stu

The pick: Bengals -1

“Raiders are done. The Bengals start rolling here. I think the Bengals will be the sharp side here.”

Big Cat

The pick: Raiders +1, Over 49.5

“I’m taking the Bengals and the Over.” However, after Portnoy’s pick-a-hand method..switched to Raiders.

Final score: Bengals 32, Raiders 13

Dallas Cowboys vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Dave 

The pick: Cowboys +2.5

“The Cowboys came back from that game against the Broncos. The Chiefs, I am not sold. I still think the Chiefs are not good and the Cowboys are one of the premier teams in the NFC. This is going to be a statement game for them.”

Stu

The pick: Cowboys +2.5

“Cowboys are still the best team in the NFL against the spread and I don’t see why they don’t go in and just destroy Kansas City who just doesn’t cover. I think the Cowboys could win the Super Bowl now. They’ll kill Kansas City.”

Big Cat

The pick: Cowboys +2.5, Over 56

Final score: Chiefs 19, Cowboys 9

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Las Angeles Chargers

Dave

The pick: Chargers (-6)

“The Steelers aren’t good. I never thought they were good this year. I’m not sold on the Chargers. It’s not an endorsement of the Chargers but an indictment of the Steelers.”

Stu

The pick: no pick

Big Cat

The pick: Under 46.5

Final score: Chargers 41, Steelers 37

Barstool Sports Advisors Week 11 “mortal locks”

Dave

The pick: Packers -2

“Two weeks in a row I’ve made quite a bit of money with the Green Bay Packers. Aaron’s better and back in practice.”

Final score: Vikings 34, Packers 31

Stu

The pick: Eagles -2

“I love the town of Philadelphia. I love cheesesteaks and I love Penn National Gaming. It’s all Eagles.”

Final score: Eagles 40, Saints 29

Big Cat

The pick: Jets vs. Dolphins Over 45.5

“I’m going back to the well. Last week I won my mortal lock easily with the Over (Raiders vs. Chiefs). This game stinks but I’m taking the Over. In three of the last four games, the Jets opponent has scored 45 or more.”

Final score: Dolphins 24, Jets 17

Barstool Sports Advisors NFL record

Barstool Advisors Week 11 records

  • Portnoy: 2-4
  • Stu Feiner: 4-2
  • Big Cat: 3-7

Barstool Advisors season record

(Sunday picks only included in overall record) 

  • Portnoy: 32-33-1 (Mortals 4-7)
  • Stu Feiner: 28-27-1 (Mortals 4-7)
  • Big Cat: 38-52-1 (Mortals 3-8)

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  • Week 11 Big Cat’s Can’t Lose Parlay: Saints +8.5; Vikings +8.5; over 50.5 total points Dal vs. KC boosted from +160 to +220. (lost)

Big Cat’s Can’t Lose Parlay Record NFL 2021: 4-7

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