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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.
49ers vs. Cardinals (-3)
Home underdogs are 19-27 on Thursday Night Football.
Vikings (-5.5) vs. Texans
Sam Bradford is 1-5 SU and ATS on a short week.
Dolphins (-3.5) vs. Titans
In the last 5 years, the Titans as underdogs are 15-35 ATS.
Browns vs. Patriots (-10.5)
Brady is the most profitable QB in our database but he is 20-26 ATS as a double-digit favorite.
Steelers (-7) vs. Jets
After a win, Big Ben is 10-18 ATS as a touchdown favorite.
Ravens (-3.5) vs. Redskins
Joe Flacco is 11-6 ATS as a favorite vs. the NFC.
Lions vs. Eagles (-2.5)
Matthew Stafford is 2-11 SU (5-8 ATS) as a home underdog.
Colts (-4.5) vs. Bears
Brian Hoyer is 11-6 ATS as an underdog.
Broncos (-6) vs. Falcons
No team has scored 35 or more points in three straight games and then been an underdog in the next contest.
Rams (-2.5) vs. Bills
The last 3 times the Rams have won three games in a row and were favored in the next contest they lost each game outright.
Raiders (-4) vs. Chargers
In the last 5 years, the Raiders are 8-4 ATS vs. the Chargers.
Cowboys vs. Bengals (-1)
Without Romo, the Cowboys are home underdogs are 6-4 ATS.
Packers (-7) vs. Giants
Eli Manning is 18-7 ATS on a short week (played MNF).
Panthers vs. Buccaneers
Tampa Bay is 2-5 ATS on Monday Night Football.