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Every NFL team’s record vs. the spread and Week 14 early lines

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Last week was the fifth time since the start of 2020 that the favorites covered at least 60% of games, and all five of those times came in the second half of the season.

In fact, the favorites moving in the right direction in the second half of the regular season is nothing new. This trend will be put to the test in Week 14 with several big opener favorites: Teams with at least six points this season have an ATS of 26-36-1 (41.9% coverage vs. 52.4% the previous season). ).

Will the favorites continue to move in the right direction? We have several pet dogs at week 14, a place that has also been profitable this season.

Thursday 20:15


Las Vegas Raiders (-6, 44.5) vs. Los Angeles Rams


ATS Raiders: 6-6
OU: 6-5-1
What do we know about raiders: The Raiders have two road games left in their plans for 2022. If they can do both, then for the first time since 2016 they will finish with an ATS winning record on the road.

Rams ATS: 3-8-1
OU: 5-7
What do we know about the Rams: The Rams went into Week 13 for the first time since mid-October, but the games were a bit more exciting than anticipated, with three overs in their last four games.


Sunday 13:00


Cleveland Browns – Cincinnati Bengals (-6, 47.5)


Browns ATS: 6-5-1
OU: 7-4-1
What do we know about the Browns: Smaller streak for the Browns after six games with one handicap.

Bengals ATS: 9-3
OU: 4-7-1
What do we know about Bengals: In trend? The Bengals covered four in a row. They covered six of eight through the end of last regular season before advancing to the playoffs.


Houston Texans to Dallas Cowboys (-17, 45)


Texans ATS: 4-7-1
OU: 4-8
What do we know about Texans: The Texans have failed to score more than 20 points or cover in each of their last three road games.

Cowboys ATS: 8-4
OU: 6-6
What do we know about Cowboys: The Boys are 5-2 ATS at home this season and 10-5 ATS at Jerry’s World since the start of last season.


Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Tennessee Titans (-3.5, 41.5)


Jaguars ATS: 4-8
OU: 6-6
What do we know about Jaguars: Consecutive overs in Jacksonville games after four consecutive strikeouts.

Titans ATS: 8-4
OU: 4-8
What do we know about the Titans: Not only have the Titans been chasing tickets in three straight home games, they are 11-3 since the start of last season in places like this.


Minnesota Vikings – Detroit Lions (-1, 53)


Vikings ATS: 6-5-1
OU: 7-5
What do we know about the Vikings: Each of the last four Minnesota covers sold more tickets.

Lions ATS: 8-4
OU: 8-4
What do we know about Lions: It’s now five consecutive covers for the Lions, with three of their last four games topping the total.


New York Jets – Buffalo Bills (-9, 44)


Jets ATS: 7-5
OU: 5-7
What do we know about the Jets: Overs were earned in both of Mike White’s starts, and this came after five strikeouts in a row.

ATS accounts: 5-5-2
OU: 3-9
What do we know about bills? The Bills have been breaking away from their first cover since mid-October and for the second time in a row. However, it’s worth noting that all three of Buffalo’s overs this season have been at home.


Philadelphia Eagles (-6.5, 45) to New York Giants


Eagles ATS: 7-5
OU: 8-4
What do we know about Eagles: The overs are 6-3 since the start of last season when the Eagles are in divisional games.

ATS Giants: 9-3
OU: 4-8
What do we know about the Giants: Fewer tickets have made money in five of GIant’s last seven games.


Baltimore Ravens – Pittsburgh Steelers.


Ravens ATS: 4-7-1
OU: 4-8
What do we know about Ravens: The Ravens failed to cover in their last road game (Week 12 in JAX), but before that they had a 4-1 ATS in places like this. Bounce location?

Steelers ATS: 6-5-1
OU: 5-7
What do we know about the Steelers: The Steelers are 5-2 ATS after an ugly 1-3-1 start to the season.


Sunday 16:05


Miami Dolphins (-3, 52) to Los Angeles Chargers


Dolphins ATS: 6-6
OU: 6-6
What do we know about dolphins: The Dolphins have gone 3-7 in their last 10 away games in December.

PBX chargers: 7-5
OU: 6-6
What do we know about chargers: Three of Los Angeles’ five home games this season have had fewer than three points. Get ready to sweat!


Sunday 16:25


Carolina Panthers – Seattle Seahawks (-3.5, 43)


Panthers ATS: 6-6
OU: 4-8
What do we know about the Panthers: The Panthers have stepped back from their date and have defended three games in a row (not to mention five of their last six).

Seahawks ATS: 6-6
OU: 7-5
What we know about the Seahawks: After four consecutive covers, the Seahawks lost ATS three times in a row.


Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the San Francisco 49ers


Buccaneers ATS: 3-8-1
OU: 2-10
What do we know about pirates: The Bucks covered their first two road games this season, but have since lost all three while missing 17.2 points per game.

49ers ATS: 7-5
OU: 5-7
What we know about the 49ers: Three straight covers for the 49ers. Fun fact: Nine of their 12 games had double-digit coverage margins.


Sunday 20:20


Kansas City Chiefs (-9, 43) to Denver Broncos


Heads of ATS: 5-7
OU: 5-7
What do we know about the Chiefs: The market is struggling to post a proper Kansas City total as there have been four under in the last five games.

Broncos ATS: 4-8
OU: 1-11
What do we know about the Broncos: Eight consecutive games in Denver and five of those games came under the projected total by double digits.


Monday 20:15


New England Patriots (-1.5, 44) vs. Arizona Cardinals


Patriots ATS: 6-5-1
OU: 5-7
What do we know about the Patriots: The Pats have seen four of their last five games under the total, and that’s after four of their five games have topped the total.

ATS Cardinals: 6-6
OU: 7-4-1
What do we know about the cardinals: After four failures in a row, Arizona are out of the game, with each of their last six games exceeding the predicted number.



Source: www.espn.com