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BetMGM Bonus Code ROCKYBET: Pick up a $1,000 Risk-Free Bet for NFL Week 11

Your reward when you use the BetMGM Bonus Code for NFL Week 11 is a $1,000 Risk-Free Bet. The BetMGM Sportsbook is among the top-rated betting apps available for NFL fans from the Google Play store. It’s also free to grab from the Apple Store for your iPhone or other Apple device.

Claim a $1,000 risk-free bet for NFL Week 11 with BetMGM Bonus Code ROCKYBET

Wherever you bet on the NFL, BetMGM Sportsbook offers odds on every game, with player props, same-game parlays, and futures bets. You can place bets with BetMGM in Arizona, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, Washington D.C., West Virginia, and Wyoming. It’s also free to download in Ontario.

Click the exclusive Rocky Top Insider link below to get a bonus code for your $1,000 Risk-Free bet. 

Claim Your $1,000 Risk-Free Bet With BetMGM Bonus Code ROCKYBET

Your risk-free bet can be used on the NFL for Week 11 or any qualifying sporting event. Use it on the NFL (most popular), NBA, NHL, FIFA World Cup, and more. Here’s how you get that $1,000 bet, which is risk-free:

  • Register with BetMGM in any state that allows sports betting, or the District of Columbia.
  • Use BetMGM bonus code ROCKYBET to claim up to $1,000 Risk-Free bet.
  • Make your first deposit.
  • You will receive an up to $1,000 Risk-Free Bet.
  • Your first wager with the BetMGM sports betting app will be risk-free (up to $1,000).

Here’s how the “Risk-Free” part of “Risk-Free Bet” works:

  • Upon registration, you’ll qualify for the Risk-Free bet from BetMGM.
  • Your first bet will be your risk-free wager. That means any amount up to $1,000 will be risk-free.
  • If you wager $100 for your first bet, BetMGM will return $100 if that wager loses. Same with $500 or $800, or any amount up to $1,000.
  • If you wager $1,200 for your first bet, the first $1,000 will be risk-free. Meaning, if the wager loses, BetMGM will give you $1,000 in free betting credits.

Nothing could erase any anxiety over a first wager more than $1,000 in risk-free betting credits if it loses. Fear not! If you miss on your Bengals or Bills or Ravens or Titans bet (or whatever your first bet with BetMGM happens to be for Week 11 of the NFL), you’ll get that amount back in betting credits, up to $1,000. We call that a do-over, Rocky Top Insider readers.

NFL Week 11 Top Games

Here are the odds and analysis for a pair of NFL games in Week 11. Betting odds from BetMGM Sportsbook.

New York Jets at New England Patriots (-3.5)

It’s another edition of the Belichick Bowl, as the Jets and Patriots clash in the second of their two meetings this season. Belichick was head coach of the Jets twice, though his combined tenure was barely long enough to cook a turkey. But his on-again, off-again term as Jets head coach still stings many who cheer for the Green and White. That’s why these annual games between the Great Dynastic Patriots and the Hapless J-E-T-S are so damn interesting.

Three weeks ago, the Patriots booted the Jets in a come-from-behind 22-17 victory at MetLife Stadium. “Booted” is the operative word, as Belichick relied on the foot of his kicker (five times) to put most of the points on the scoreboard. In that game, the Patriots selfishly handled the football for 35 minutes of the game, including most of the second half. The New England defense forced Jets QB Zach Wilson to throw often, as the Jets could not run the ball (39 yards on planned running plays).

We like the Patriots even when giving up 3.5 points. The AFC East is tightly-packed, with all four teams in a playoff position, but just two games separating them. A Pats win would be like two victories in a way because it would tie them with New York, but also secure the tiebreaker.

Los Angeles Rams at New Orleans Saints (-3)

When the shine leaves the apple, you’re usually left with bruises, and maybe a worm or two. That’s how the Rams’ season is going. A few early season losses led to doubt, and as the defending champions kept struggling, the rest of the league lost respect for them. Now, they just seem like damaged fruit.

The Saints have to be near-perfect the rest of the way to get into the NFL Playoff hunt, which means the time is now for New Orleans to win a key home game and climb toward the 5-4 teams that are still very much in the playoff picture.

Saints head coach Dennis Allen has given his quarterback the dreaded vote of confidence.

“We’re going to go with Andy [Dalton],” Allen told ESPN this week. “We discussed it as a staff. I got an opportunity to talk to both quarterbacks, and I feel like right now, Andy is the direction that we want to go.”

Yes, Andy Dalton is still in the league. Maybe since he’s playing for a team so far deep in the south, that’s what many of us have forgotten. Or maybe it’s the seven interceptions (three in his last two games) that make him forgettable. The Red Rifle is more like a Pop Gun now.

Still, we like the home team to deliver yet another puzzling loss on the Rams, who maybe still have a hangover from winning the Super Bowl in their own backyard.

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