21 Biggest Vegas Trends of Week 6
Bears: Last 9 games at Detroit has covered only once; In last 12 games the week before playing Minnesota have covered only once.
Bengals (-3.5 at Buffalo): Teams favored the week after playing Seattle are 6-18-3 ATS; Road team in Cincinnati games has covered only 13 of last 41.
Broncos (-4 at Cleveland) have been favored in 50 of their last 53 games.
Cardinals in last 31 games lost against the spread only 9 times; Bruce Arians as a favorite is 17-6 ATS (career record)
Chargers (+10.5 at Green Bay): Only the third time as a double digit underdog since 2004.
Chiefs last 20 road games, lost only 6 ATS.
Colts (+10 hosting New England): A home underdog by more than a touchdown for only the second time since 1997; Biggest home underdog of Andrew Luck’s career; Have won straight-up and covered 8 straight games as a home underdog (6 most recent with Luck at QB)
Eagles vs Giants (+4): Underdog in this series has covered 14 of last 18; Philly at home has covered only 12 of last 37; When favored for a second week in a row are 6-23 ATS.
Jags (-1 hosting Houston): In prior 48 games, favored only once.
Packers favored by a touchdown or more are 13-4 ATS.
Seahawks in competitive (defined as not favored by more than a TD) home games have covered 12 straight; Before playing San Francisco (in regular season) have covered 11 in a row.
Steelers (+3.5 hosting Arizona): Only 11th time as a home underdog since 2000.
Titans: In last 16 home games have covered the spread only twice.
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