We know you love NFL betting trends. Here are a few more in case you missed them on Twitter.
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Thursday Night Football
— Sports Insights (@SportsInsights) September 13, 2016
The Bills opened as 2.5 point favorites over the Jets. However, over 70% of the bets and 80% of the money are on New York to cover. Buffalo is now a one point home underdog.
Week 2 Home Teams off Easy Cover
Week 2 home teams coming off an easy cover in Week 1 have covered more than 60% of the time since 2003. pic.twitter.com/JwDwnuzb5k
— Bet Labs Sports (@Bet_Labs) September 12, 2016
New England shocked Arizona narrowly winning in the desert Sunday night but easily covering the spread as 9.5 point dogs. Pittsburgh rolled Washington on Monday. Both teams are now at home against division rivals. According to Sports Insights, the majority of bettors are on the Patriots (-6.5) and Steelers (-3) to cover.
Road Teams off a Road Loss
Since 2003, NFL visitors have gone 300-214 ATS (58.4%) following a road loss. (h/t @Bet_Labs)
— David Solar (@TheDavidSolar) September 13, 2016
Look out, this trend likes the Dolphins in Foxborough. Miami barely lost in Seattle Week 1, now the Fins are dogs on the road against Jimmy Garoppolo.
Week 2 Home Openers
Since 2003, NFL teams playing their home opener in Week 2 have gone 76-62 ATS (55.1%) according to @Bet_Labs.
— Sports Insights (@SportsInsights) September 14, 2016
Actually, this trend is since 2005 but the results are correct. Teams playing their home opener in Week 2 have gone 76-62 ATS (55.1%). There are twelve teams this week that qualify for this trend. However, you can make this trend even more profitable. Underdogs in Week 2 home openers are 23-16 ATS (59%).
Four teams match this criteria: Bills vs. Jets, Vikings vs. Packers, Browns vs. Ravens and Rams vs. Seahawks.