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Each week we will provide a betting trend for every NFL team. 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.
In primetime games, the Bills are 4-8 ATS.
Steelers (-3.5) vs. Bengals
Cincy has covered in 9 straight road games.
Lions (-5.5) vs. Titans
Tennessee has failed to cover the spread in nine straight games.
Browns vs. Ravens (-7)
Last year, favorites of a touchdown or more against Cleveland went 7-0 SU and 6-1 ATS.
Redskins (-3.5) vs. Cowboys
Since 2014, without Romo, Dallas is 1-13 SU and 2-11-1 ATS.
Giants (-5) vs. Saints
Since 2010, the OVER in games with totals of 51 or more points has gone 63-52 (55%).
As underdogs of 2 or more touchdowns, the Niners are 0-5 SU and 1-4 ATS.
Patriots (-6.5) vs. Dolphins
In their last 25 home games, the Patriots are 23-2 SU and 16-7-2 ATS.
Texans (-2) vs. Chiefs
Since 2010, Houston is 4-9 ATS vs. the AFC West.
After an ATS loss, Russell Wilson is 14-7 ATS.
Chargers (-3) vs. Jags
San Diego has won 5 straight (5-0 ATS) vs. the Jags.
Cardinals (-6.5) vs. Buccaneers
As road dogs of 6 or more points, the Bucs are 27-19 ATS.
The Raiders are 12-31 ATS (-19.6 units) as a favorite, only the Dolphins are less profitable when laying the points.
In the last 10 years, Denver is 1-6 SU and 0-7 ATS vs. Indy.
Vikings vs. Packers (-2.5)
In primetime games, the Vikings are 12-20 ATS.
Chicago is 11-7 ATS on Monday Night Football.