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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.
Seahawks (-15) vs. Rams
Russell Wilson lost for the first time by more than ten points and threw a career-high five interceptions against the Packers. Will Seattle and Wilson bounce back against a Rams team that just fired their head coach?
Jets vs. Dolphins (-2.5)
Raise your hand if you wanted football on four days a week? In addition to the Thursday, Sunday and Monday slate we now get Saturday Night Football. Unfortunately, the scheduling gods have given us Jets-Dolphins.
Chiefs (-5.5) vs. Titans
This game has serious playoff implications. Kansas City is still in the hunt for a first round bye and home field advantage, while Tennessee has proven to be a serious threat for the AFC South crown. Both teams need the win but only one can emerge victorious.
There is a Pro System trend for this game that is 420-339 (55%) ATS.
Cowboys (-7) vs. Buccaneers
Dallas has committed five turnovers in the last two weeks (had seven total the previous 11 games) and Tampa has forced 25 turnovers so far this season (tied most in the NFL). Will these trends continue or will the Cowboys right the ship and regression catch-up to the Bucs?
Broncos vs. Patriots (-3)
Tom Brady hasn’t missed a beat with Rob Gronkowski on the sideline. The Patriots quarterback has thrown 11 touchdowns with one interception since Gronk’s injury. Of course, Tom Terrific has struggled on the road in Mile High going 2-7 straight-up.
There is Pro System trend for this game that is 69-39 (64%) ATS.
Bengals vs. Steelers (-3)
Big Ben has owned the Bengals. In his career, Roethlisberger is 18-7 against-the-spread when facing Cincy. What the Steelers didn’t plan on is the Bengals being on a winning streak (two games, first of the season).