Cowboys (-3 ½, 41 ½) at Giants – 1:00 PM EST
Record: 6-6 SU, 6-6 ATS, 6-6 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 100/1
The Cowboys snapped a three-game losing streak by blasting the Redskins, 38-13 as short home underdogs. Dallas’ offense combined to score 22 points during the three losses prior to the Washington outburst as the Cowboys amazingly didn’t score a point in the first and third quarters against the Redskins. The Cowboys own a solid 3-1 SU/ATS record as a road favorite this season, while looking to pull off the season sweep of the Giants after knocking off New York in the season opener, 19-3.
Record: 2-10 SU, 5-7 ATS, 7-5 UNDER
Super Bowl Odds: OFF
Eli Manning is back in the saddle again for the Giants at quarterback as the team is moving on from head coach Ben McAdoo, who was fired this week. The Giants return home following a pair of low-scoring road losses at Washington and Oakland, as New York cashed as 10-point underdogs last Sunday in a 24-17 defeat to the Raiders. New York has compiled a 1-4 SU/ATS record at home this season, which includes an 0-2 SU/ATS mark as a single-digit home underdog.
Best Bet: Giants +3 ½
Vikings (-2 ½, 40 ½) at Panthers – 1:00 PM EST
Record: 10-2 SU, 9-3 ATS, 6-6 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 7/1
The Vikings picked up their eighth straight win last Sunday in a key NFC showdown at Atlanta with a 14-9 victory as two-point underdogs. During this hot streak, Minnesota has covered seven times, including five ATS wins in the favorite role. The Vikings have dominated the Panthers in each of their last two meetings since 2014, including a 22-10 triumph at Bank of America Stadium last September as six-point underdogs.
Record: 8-4 SU, 7-5 ATS, 7-5 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 28/1
The Panthers had their four-game winning streak come to a halt in a 31-21 setback at New Orleans as 5 ½-point underdogs. Carolina lost the season tiebreaker to New Orleans, as the Panthers will likely have to settle for a Wild Card spot after losing their first game in the underdog role this season in five opportunities. The Panthers beat the Falcons in early November as a home ‘dog, as Ron Rivera’s squad is 4-2 ATS since 2014 when receiving points at home.
Best Bet: Panthers +2 ½
Raiders at Chiefs (-4, 49) – 1:00 PM EST
Record: 6-6 SU, 4-7-1 ATS, 7-5 UNDER
Super Bowl Odds: 40/1
The Raiders have pulled back into a three-way tie atop the AFC West with Kansas City and Los Angeles by winning three of their last four games. Oakland held off New York last Sunday in a 24-17 home victory, the second straight week the Raiders have allowed 17 points or less. The Raiders have yet to win three consecutive games this season, but held off the Chiefs in the first meeting at the Coliseum, 31-30 in mid-October to snap a five-game skid to Kansas City dating back to 2014.
Record: 6-6 SU, 6-6 ATS, 7-5 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 33/1
What is going on with the Chiefs? Once at 5-0 and the talk of the AFC, Kansas City is in danger of missing the playoffs following a 1-6 run the last seven games. Granted, there is still a month left in the season, but the Chiefs need to get back on track as they face the Raiders and Chargers at home over the next seven days. The Chiefs squandered a 14-0 lead in last Sunday’s 38-31 defeat to the Jets as Kansas City fell to 1-4 SU/ATS in the last five opportunities as a favorite.
Best Bet: Raiders +4
Redskins at Chargers (-6, 46) – 4:05 PM EST
Record: 5-7 SU, 5-7 ATS, 8-4 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 250/1
Time is running out on the Redskins to make a playoff run in the loaded NFC following a 38-14 loss at Dallas in Week 13. Washington hits the highway once again as the Redskins have already won in their two games out west against the Rams and Seahawks. The Redskins have fared well in the road underdog role since last season, going 7-3 ATS, while finishing OVER the total in five of six away games in 2017. Washington and Los Angeles have hooked up three times since 2005 as two of those meetings have gone to overtime, while the other was decided by three points.
Record: 6-6 SU, 6-5-1 ATS, 8-4 UNDER
Super Bowl Odds: 25/1
The Chargers have put together an incredible rebound from an 0-4 start, which included three defeats in their new home in Carson. The Lightning Bolts have won six of their last eight overall, while beating the Broncos, Bills, and Browns in their past three home contests. Los Angeles failed to cover as hefty 13 ½-point favorites in a 19-10 victory over the winless Browns last Sunday, snapping a three-game ATS hot streak.
Best Bet: Redskins +6
Eagles at Rams (-1 ½, 48 ½) – 4:25 PM EST
Record: 10-2 SU, 9-3 ATS, 6-6 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 11/2
The Eagles remain on the west coast following a 24-10 setback at Seattle last Sunday night to snap a nine-game winning streak. Philadelphia was not only held to its lowest point total of the season, but the Eagles also saw its eight-game ATS hot streak come to an end. Now, the Eagles are flipped to an underdog for the fourth time this season, as Philadelphia has already won outright against the Chargers and Panthers as road ‘dogs. The Eagles have defeated the Rams in four straight meetings dating back to 2005, including a 34-28 home triumph in 2014.
Record: 9-3 SU, 8-4 ATS, 7-5 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 14/1
The Rams remain atop the NFC West after pulling off the season sweep of the Cardinals, 32-16 last Sunday to cash as 7 ½-point road favorites. Since losing at home to Seattle in October, L.A. has won its past two home games (not counting the London shutout of Arizona), while posting a perfect 5-0 SU/ATS record in their last five opportunities in the favorite role. Since cashing the OVER in its first two home games, the Rams have seen the UNDER hit in each of its past three contests at the Coliseum, while allowing 20 points or less in seven of the past eight games.
Best Bet: Eagles +1 ½
Seahawks at Jaguars (-2 ½, 40 ½) – 4:25 PM EST
Record: 8-4 SU, 5-6-1 ATS, 8-4 UNDER
Super Bowl Odds: 12/1
The Seahawks make their second trip to the east coast this season as Seattle has won four consecutive road games since starting 0-2 away from CenturyLink Field. Seattle dominated Philadelphia last Sunday at home to remain one game behind Los Angeles for first place in the NFC West, while yielding 17 points or fewer in four of the past five contests. Seattle is visiting Jacksonville for the first time since a 26-14 opening day loss in 2005 as the Seahawks have outscored the Jaguars, 86-17 in the past two victories at CenturyLink Field in 2009 and 2013.
Record: 8-4 SU, 7-5 ATS, 7-5 UNDER
Super Bowl Odds: 33/1
The race to the finish in the AFC South will be a good one between Jacksonville and Tennessee. The two teams enter Sunday’s action tied atop the division at 8-4 as the Jaguars have won five of their past six games. Jacksonville pulled off the season sweep of Indianapolis with another dominating performance against the Colts last Sunday, 30-10 as 10-point favorites. Two of Jacksonville’s four losses this season have come against NFC West opponents, allowing 27 points each in defeats to Arizona and Los Angeles. The Jags are riding a three-game UNDER streak at home, while hitting the UNDER in five of the past six contests.
Best Bet: Jaguars -2 ½