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Each week we will provide a betting trend for every NFL game. Some trends will be team specific and others situational. Our database goes back to 2003, the trends include all games in that time frame unless otherwise mentioned.

Panthers (-3) vs. Saints


This is a battle for last place in the NFC South. That doesn’t sound very exciting but when these teams play each other there are fireworks. The last two meetings ended in identical scores of 41-38 with each team winning one game.


This game features a Pro System trend that is 135-79 (63.1%) ATS, +48.6 units.

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Colts (-3) vs. Titans


The Colts have won ten straight against its division rivals and 15 of their last 16 meetings. Tennessee will look to snap that streak of futility when they travel to Indy on Sunday. The winner will be in position to capture the AFC South.

49ers vs. Patriots (-13.5)


New England is looking to bounce back from its first loss since Tom Brady returned from suspension. The Patriots opened as overwhelming favorites to beat the Niners in San Francisco. While the Pats are the most profitable team in the NFL following a loss, if they are favored by a touchdown or more after being defeated New England is just 5-10 ATS.

Cowboys (-7.5) vs. Ravens


Dallas is riding the NFL’s longest winning streak (8 games) after rallying to beat the Steelers last Sunday. Baltimore is in sole possession of first place in the AFC North (thanks, Cowboys). The Ravens are sizeable underdogs in Dallas Sunday but can Joe Flacco and crew cool off the red-hot Cowboys?


This game features a Pro System trend that is 259-198 (56.7%) ATS, +43.8 units.

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Seahawks (-6.5) vs. Eagles


Russell Wilson threw three touchdown passes and the defense got a goal line stand for Seattle to top New England on Sunday Night Football. The Seahawks reestablished themselves as one of the best teams in football. Will Seattle keep the momentum going or can an Eagles team that has lost four of their last six put an abrupt halt to the good times?

Raiders (-6) vs. Texans


This is the first game being played in Mexico since 2005 when the Cardinals thrashed the Niners. Let’s hope this game is more entertaining than the last one.