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NBA-Regular season-Monday night basketball- 9 games preview

Game of the Night – Oklahoma City at New Orleans, (Fox Sports Oklahoma, 8:05 ET)

Anthony Davis caught an accidental head butt from Denver star Nikola Jokic in Friday’s blowout loss and immediately left in the third quarter, but he got good news on Sunday when the was cleared after an examination, diagnosed with a contusion of the orbit bone above his right eye. The Pelicans (8-8 SU, 9-7 ATS) list him as probable for this one, so we’ll get both teams at relatively full strength if wing defender Tony Allen is able to make it back from a knee issue.

New Orleans welcomed back Rajon Rondo last week and is still getting him acclimated, but comes in on a two-game losing streak after a 125-116 home loss to Toronto and a 146-114 loss at the Nuggets. This is an especially challenging week for New Orleans, who will play the Spurs on Wednesday before a Friday-Saturday back-to-back at Phoenix and Golden State. Despite DeMarcus Cousins joining Shaquille O’Neal and Moses Malone as the only players in NBA history to score 400 points and grab 200 rebounds over a season’s first 15 games — a feat that hadn’t been accomplished since Shaq did it in 2000 — the Pelicans open the week with just the seventh-best record in the conference, a half-game up on Oklahoma City (7-8 SU, 6-8-1 ATS) and slumping Memphis.

If you want to be optimistic about it, New Orleans hasn’t had Rondo in play and needed to pick up Jameer Nelson just to give itself an extra playmaker alongside Jrue Holiday. The Pels have also lacked firepower on the wing, but are stuck with that predicament until Solomon Hill is able to return from a torn hamstring next month at the earliest.

Oklahoma City can identify with the slow start and getting a number of moving parts together, but certainly didn’t anticipate being under .500 nearly one-fifth of the way in. The Thunder have shown signs of getting it together lately and would be coming into tonight’s game above .500 if they hadn’t blown a 23-point lead in San Antonio on Friday night, continuing a disturbing trend that has plagued new-look OKC over the first full month of action.

Russell Westbrook was the culprit, struggling to finish shots he typically makes in his sleep down the stretch. Paul George also missed multiple easy looks and failed to grab a key rebound on the defensive end in the 104-101 loss to the Spurs. Combined, Westbrook and George shot 10-for-38 and were brutal down the stretch. Carmelo Anthony scored a team-high 20 points but probably feels he didn’t get the ball enough in the second half to keep the game from tightening back up in the first place. None said much to reporters about the brutal loss after the game, but among one another, need to continue to communicate and grow because that Friday night setback is the type that can linger if not addressed.

This is a big week for the Thunder, who welcome in Golden State on Wednesday, facing the team they envision facing as their primary playoff obstacle for the first time. Kevin Durant returning to Oklahoma City is always an event, but he enters the week questionable after missing Sunday’s win in Brooklyn with a sprained left ankle.

It certainly feels like the Thunder are running into an ex with their hair messed up, as in they don’t have their house in order just yet. They did at least got center Steven Adams back after a three-game absence due to a calf issue. Although OKC went 3-0 without him, it still missed his presence clogging up the paint and rebounding, so count on him being the x-factor against the NBA’s most talented big-man tandem tonight.

Oklahoma City swept the season series between these teams 4-0 last season, but only one of those games was played after the Pelicans acquired Cousins. He and Davis combined for 69 points and 17 rebounds, but Cousins fouled out in just 22 minutes, dropping to 0-3 in his early stint in New Orleans. That game also saw Davis score 24 first-quarter points, so it will be interesting to see how the Thunder match up against him with the likes of Andre Roberson, George and Anthony all givng away tons of size. Expect constant double-teams, which will test whether the other Pelicans can take advantage, something that has largely eluded them thus far.

Rondo started for just the second time against Denver and played a season-long 25 minutes, scoring 13 points and adding six assists. Alvin Gentry will play him and Holiday in tandem, which is Plan A for making sure that both bigs remain angry and efficient. Rondo’s presence on the floor puts pressure on Holiday and Dante Cunningham to step up as shooters, and they went a combined 2-for-8 from 3-point range in Denver on Friday. Rondo joined Davis and Cousins on the floor during the key stretches where the Nuggets pulled away and caught a minus-30 in plus-minus, so there should be genuine concern that playing his way into shape is likely to cost New Orleans a few games. It’s obviously a short sample size, but New Orleans is 0-2 SU/ATS with their new starting point guard out there and have seen both games soar over the posted total. Opponents have averaged 135.5 points.

Injury Concerns

Washington missed John Wall in yesterday’s 100-91 road loss in Toronto, running out of gas in the second half without its point guard. The team called his absence precautionary, giving him a Sunday off due to left knee soreness, but head coach Scott Brooks told the Washington Post that he was unsure if he’d play in Monday’s visit to Milwaukee, though said “it’s a great chance” he’ll play if the swelling he said hindered his effort in a Friday night home loss to Miami subsides. It sounds like the Wizards just didn’t want him to play three games in four nights, so he’s got a good shot at being out there barring any setbacks.

Forward Otto Porter was nursing a swollen hand and Markieff Morris caught a knee to the face in Toronto, so there certainly should be concern that the Wizards won’t have the juice to prevent what would be their first three-game losing streak of the season. The loss north of the border kicked off a stretch that sees Washington play 10 of 12 on the road between now and Dec. 12.

Cleveland announced late last week that point guard Derrick Rose needs a few weeks to heal an ankle injury and is still at least a month away from getting Isaiah Thomas in the mix, so being forced to give Iman Shumpert the week off to heal from knee pain of his own isn’t ideal. While Dwyane Wade is likely to get more minutes after playing 37 in Friday’s 118-113 OT win over the Clippers, veteran Jose Calderon will likely start tonight’s visit to Detroit.

The Cavs have won a season-best four straight games (2-2 ATS) but are also without forward Tristan Thompson until mid-December, so expect vets LeBron James, Kevin Love and Wade to play major minutes. Fortunately, there are no back-to-backs scheduled for this group until next week.

The Clippers have dropped eight straight entering Monday’s game at the Knicks and matched a season-low 87 points in Saturday night’s loss in Charlotte. They should get some relief with point guard Patrick Beverley hoping to return from a 5-game absence due to a knee injury. L.A. hasn’t won without him and is 5-5 with him in the mix. New York lists shooting guard Tim Hardaway, Jr. as questionable with a sore foot and injured his elbow on Friday. He’s scored 26 or more points in three of this last five games.

Portland visits Memphis and won’t have to deal with point guard Mike Conley, who has been shelved indefinitely as he tries to keep an Achilles issue from becoming a season-altering problem. Forward Brandan Wright (groin) and guard Tyreke Evans (shoulder) each left a 105-83 Saturday night loss to Houston, so the Grizzlies will certainly be significantly short-handed since they’ve already ruled Wright out. Evans is expected to be a game-time call.

Head-to-Head Trends

Since 2014, even before LeBron returned via free agency, the Cavs began a three-game winning streak against the Pistons that is part of 13-6 SU run in this Central Division series. That also includes a 4-0 sweep in the 2016 playoffs first round, spoiling Stan Van Gundy’s only postseason appearance with Detroit. The teams split last year’s season series, both SU and ATS, with the Pistons winning each of the final two meetings in Auburn Hills. They’ve since moved back downtown, so this will be James’ first regular-season visit to Little Caesar’s Arena, which makes you wonder if he’ll have a special performance in store in order to christen it. The Pistons served as his first real obstacle in this league, bringing out both the best and the worst in him, so the thoughtful star always packs something extra for them. Detroit will be facing the Cavs coming off an upset win in Minnesota and is 3-0 (2-0-1 ATS) on the second night of a back-to-back, owning wins at New York, Golden State and home against Sacramento.

Orlando head coach Frank Vogel went 0-4 SU and ATS against the Pacers and former assistant Nate McMillan last season. The Magic have a long history of struggling against Indiana, owning just one win in the last 12 meetings since the final matchup of the 2013-14 season, when Vogel was on the opposite sideline. Last year’s games weren’t even close, as the Pacers won each by double-digits and owned an average margin of victory of 14.3 points per game. With former Magic draft pick Victor Oladipo now in Indy and returning to Central Florida for the first time in that uniform, things could get spicy. Domantas Sabonis, who the Magic drafted and also shipped out, has been sharp in his sophomore NBA season. Indiana beat Miami 120-95 on Sunday to match a season-high three-game winning streak. It is 1-3 (2-2 ATS) on the second night of back-to-backs, winning in Cleveland.

Philadelphia star Joel Embiid and Rookie of the Year lock Ben Simmons fell short of an upset of Golden State on Saturday, blowing a 24-point lead, so it will be fun to see how they bounce back against visiting Utah. The 76ers snapped a nine-game losing streak at the hands of the Jazz on Nov. 7 despite Embiid’s absence and Rudy Gobert’s 16 points and 15 boards. It was Philly’s first win in Utah since 2005. The Stifle Tower is now out with a knee injury until mid-December, while Embiid averaged 33 points, 13 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 blocks last week in his first extended action where he’s consistently played over 30 minutes.

The Celtics look for a 16th straight win as the team with the NBA’s top record (15-2) visits Dallas (3-14), which posts the league’s worst. The Mavericks owned the C’s until last season, winning 11 of 12 meetings between 2010-16, dropping only a double-OT game in Boston back in 2012. The Mavs were swept by Boston last season for the first time since ’08 and are a 7-point home dog tonight as they look for consecutive wins for the first time in ’17-’18.

NFL-Week 11-Monday night football-Falcons at Seahawks game preview

The Falcons (5-4 SU, 3-6 ATS) won for the first time at Mercedes Benz Stadium since Week 2 as Atlanta trounced Dallas, 27-7 to easily cash as 3 ½-point favorites. Atlanta also covered for the first time in six games as quarterback Matt Ryan connected on a pair of short touchdown passes, while the Falcons’ defense yielded 233 yards to the Cowboys. Ryan put together an efficient 22-of-29 passing performance for 215 yards, while running back Tevin Coleman rushed for 83 yards on 20 carries and one touchdown.

Atlanta put together its best defensive effort of the season by allowing single-digit points for the first time since giving up seven points at Tennessee in 2015. Since the 3-0 start to the season, the Falcons own a 2-4 SU and 1-5 ATS record, but Dan Quinn’s squad has outgained opponents in six of the past seven contests.

The Seahawks (6-3 SU, 3-5-1 ATS) continued their ascent towards the top of the NFC West race behind the surprising Rams by picking up their fifth win in the past six games at Arizona last Thursday. Seattle held off Arizona, 22-16, while pushing as six-point road favorites to improve to 3-0 in the division, including a pair of away victories. Russell Wilson tossed a pair of touchdown passes to go along with 238 yards for Seattle, as he connected with tight end Jimmy Graham on both scores.

Seattle suffered a major loss in the secondary as standout cornerback Richard Sherman was lost for the season with a torn Achilles tendon. In spite of Sherman’s injury, the Seahawks managed to hold their seventh opponent to 18 points or fewer this season, while racking up their third consecutive victory away from CenturyLink Field.

ROAD WOES

Atlanta owns a winning record away from Mercedes Benz Stadium this season at 3-2, but the Falcons have covered only once on the highway. In fact, the Falcons’ lone road cover came at Detroit in Week 3 as three-point favorites, 30-26, as a late Lions’ touchdown was wiped off the board on a questionable tackle at the goal-line. Atlanta was limited to 17 points or fewer in road defeats at Carolina and New England, while rallying to beat the Jets, 25-20 as 6 ½-point favorites in Week 8. Last season, the Falcons posted a solid 7-2 ATS record on the highway, including a 4-2 ATS mark as an underdog.

We know about Seattle’s domination at CenturyLink Field over the years (42-7 since 2012), but the Seahawks haven’t exactly played the greatest competition at home in 2017. Seattle’s three victories have come against San Francisco, Indianapolis, and Houston, who have combined for a 7-22 record on the season. In wins over the 49ers and Texans, Pete Carroll’s squad managed winning margins of three points apiece and failed to cover. In Seattle’s previous home contest against Washington in Week 9, the Redskins stunned the Seahawks, 17-14 as eight-point underdogs.

The high-flying Falcons’ offense has been grounded this season by cashing the UNDER in six of nine games, compared to a 16-2-1 mark to the OVER last season. Atlanta is currently on a 5-1 UNDER run, while hitting the UNDER in five of six games with a closing total below 50. Seattle has finished UNDER the total in four of the past five contests, but its two highest-scoring games of the season came at home with OVERS against Indianapolis (46-18) and Houston (41-38).

The Falcons and Seahawks split a pair of matchups last season with the home team winning each time. Seattle blew a 17-3 lead in the first matchup at CenturyLink Field in October as Atlanta scored 21 unanswered points to go in front, 24-17. Running back Christine Michael scored a one-yard touchdown, but kicker Steven Hauschka missed the extra point as the Seahawks trailed by one. Hauschka redeemed himself late in the fourth quarter by booting a 44-yard field goal to give Seattle a 26-24 win, but the Falcons cashed as 6 ½-point underdogs.

Atlanta picked up revenge in the divisional playoffs against Seattle by blasting the Seahawks, 36-20 as 6 ½-point favorites. Ryan torched the Seattle defense for 338 yards and three touchdown passes, while running back Davonte Freeman picked up 125 all-purpose yards and a touchdown. The Falcons intercepted Wilson twice, while outscoring the Seahawks, 36-6 after falling behind 7-0 early.

Since 2010, the Falcons have won four of six meetings with the Seahawks, including a 2-1 mark at Seattle in this stretch. Five of these six matchups have eclipsed the total, including in both games last season.

The Favorite-OVER combination has been money in the bank the last five weeks on Monday night football, while the OVER is 8-3 on Mondays this season. The Falcons have cashed plenty of tickets in Monday action since 2012 by going 5-1 ATS, including a perfect 4-0 ATS mark in the underdog role. The Falcons have yet to play on a Monday this season, but knocked off the Saints last season, 45-32 as three-point ‘dogs in its lone Monday affair. Under Carroll, the Seahawks own a perfect 7-0 record on Mondays, including a 5-0 mark at CenturyLink Field.

NFL-Week 11-Sunday football- Betting preview

Week 10 Record: 3-3 SU, 3-3 ATS
Overall Record: 30-30 SU, 26-33-1 ATS

Rams at Vikings (-2, 46) – 1:00 PM EST

Los Angeles
Record: 7-2 SU, 6-3 ATS, 6-3 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 12/1

The Rams continue to be one of the top stories in the NFL this season after finishing off their fourth consecutive win last week. Los Angeles routed Houston, 33-7 to easily cover as 12-point favorites, while allowing 17 points or fewer in five straight games. The road numbers are ridiculous for L.A. from a scoring standpoint by averaging 38.5 points per game, while posting a 5-0 record in games played away from the Coliseum, which includes a 33-0 shutout of the Cardinals in London.

Minnesota
Record: 7-2 SU, 6-3 ATS, 5-4 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 16/1

The Vikings are rolling as well by running off five straight wins, including a 38-30 triumph at Washington as one-point underdogs last Sunday. Case Keenum tossed four touchdown passes for Minnesota, as his time as starting quarterback may be running out with Teddy Bridgewater activated last week off the injured list. Minnesota’s defense continues to step up at home by allowing 19 points or less in all five games at U.S. Bank Stadium. The Vikings knocked off the Rams in their last meeting in 2015 as two-point favorites, 21-18 in overtime.

Best Bet: Rams +2

Ravens (-2, 38) at Packers – 1:00 PM EST

Baltimore
Record: 4-5 SU, 4-4-1 ATS, 6-3 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 80/1

The Ravens are still hanging around in the AFC Wild Card race in spite of losing three of their last four games. Baltimore is back following the open week as the Ravens try to rebound from a 23-20 loss at Tennessee in Week 9 to push as three-point underdogs. John Harbaugh’s team is riding a five-game OVER streak, while eclipsing the OVER in four consecutive road contests. The Ravens lost a 19-17 home decision to the Packers the last time they hooked up in 2013 as Joe Flacco threw for 342 yards and two touchdowns in the defeat.

Green Bay
Record: 5-4 SU, 4-5 ATS, 6-3 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 50/1

The Packers finally broke through the win column without Aaron Rodgers in the lineup by beating the Bears at Soldier Field, 23-16 as 4 ½-point underdogs. Quarterback Brett Hundley helped put a halt to Green Bay’s three-game losing streak by hitting Davante Adams on a 19-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter to give the Pack a 23-13 lead and a season sweep of Chicago. The Packers are looking to avoid losing three straight games at Lambeau Field for the first time since Mike McCarthy’s first season as head coach in 2006.

Best Bet: Ravens -2

Jaguars (-7.5, 37) at Browns – 1:00 PM EST

Jacksonville
Record: 6-3 SU, 5-4 ATS, 5-4 UNDER
Super Bowl Odds: 25/1

The Jaguars continue their push towards a playoff berth for the first time since 2007 after edging the Chargers in overtime last Sunday, 20-17. Even though Jacksonville failed to cover as five-point favorites, the Jags’ defense kept up its dominating ways by allowing 17 points or fewer for the sixth time this season. In one of their three losses, the Jaguars gave up two non-offensive touchdowns to the Rams, while holding L.A. to 249 yards. Jacksonville has won in each of its past two meetings with Cleveland, including a 24-6 rout of the Browns in 2014.

Cleveland
Record: 0-9 SU, 2-7 ATS, 5-4 UNDER
Super Bowl Odds: Really?

The Browns still haven’t broken through the win column this season despite being tied with the Lions last week heading into the fourth quarter. Detroit outscored Cleveland, 14-0 in the fourth quarter to pull away in a 38-24 victory, while dropping the Browns to 1-7 ATS the last eight games since covering the opener against the Steelers. Cleveland’s offense has been dreadful at home by scoring 18 points or fewer in four games at FirstEnergy Stadium, while losing 17 of its past 19 contests in northern Ohio.

Best Bet: Jaguars -7.5

Redskins at Saints (-8, 51) – 1:00 PM EST

Washington
Record: 4-5 SU, 3-6 ATS, 6-3 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 66/1

The Redskins have failed to find consistency this season as they have yet to win three straight games, but haven’t lose three consecutive contests either. Washington followed up an impressive 17-14 victory at Seattle with a 38-30 home loss to Minnesota to remain under the .500 mark. Jay Gruden’s squad owns a 9-3 ATS record in their last 12 as a road underdog, including a 2-2 ATS ledger this season. The two covers came in outright wins over the Rams and Seahawks, while losing a close game at Kansas City and dropping a 10-point decision at Philadelphia.

New Orleans
Record: 7-2 SU, 7-2 ATS, 5-4 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 8/1

The Saints are one of two teams currently riding a seven-game winning streak (Eagles the other), but New Orleans has managed to cover the number in all seven victories. New Orleans crushed Buffalo last Sunday by scoring six rushing touchdowns in a 47-10 rout of the Bills, while limiting six of its past seven opponents to 17 points or less. The Saints last faced the Redskins in 2015 as Washington blew the doors off New Orleans, 47-14, while Washington has covered five straight meetings with New Orleans dating back to 2006.

Best Bet: Redskins +8

Bengals at Broncos (-2 ½, 39) – 4:25 PM EST

Cincinnati
Record: 3-6 SU, 4-5 ATS, 5-4 UNDER
Super Bowl Odds: 250/1

The Bengals won two straight following an 0-3 start, but Cincinnati’s momentum has faded recently by losing three of the past four games. The only win in this stretch came by one point against the Colts, while getting outgained by 100 yards in losses at Pittsburgh, Jacksonville, and Tennessee. The Bengals dropped to 1-4 away from Paul Brown Stadium following last Sunday’s 24-20 defeat to the Titans, while Cincinnati owns a 3-6 ATS mark as a road underdog since the start of 2016.

Denver
Record: 3-6 SU, 2-6-1 ATS, 6-3 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 125/1

It’s hard to find offenses more dreadful than the Broncos, who have broken the 20-point mark only once since a Week 2 blowout of the Cowboys. Denver’s defense has suffered as well by getting torched for 92 points the last two weeks (although the Patriots scored on a kickoff return last week). The Broncos are on an 0-5 SU/ATS stretch, but Denver has won five of the past six meetings with Cincinnati dating back to 2009, including a 29-17 victory at Paul Brown Stadium last season.

Best Bet: Broncos -2 ½

Patriots (-7, 55) vs. Raiders in Mexico – 4:25 PM EST

New England
Record: 7-2 SU, 5-4 ATS, 5-4 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 3/1

The Patriots blasted the Broncos last Sunday in Denver, 41-16 to easily cash as seven-point favorites. In preparation for their trip to Mexico City, New England practiced this past week in Colorado to acclimate to the high altitude, but the Pats have no problem playing away from home this season. Bill Belichick’s team owns a perfect 4-0 record on the highway, while winning 13 straight games away from Gillette Stadium since the start of 2016.

Oakland
Record: 4-5 SU, 3-5-1 ATS, 5-4 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 33/1

The Raiders are back from the bye week as Oakland has won two of three since a four-game slide to creep within one game of the .500 mark. Oakland held off Miami as three-point favorites, 27-24 in Week 9, although the Dolphins scored a late touchdown to manage a push. The Raiders can’t win a low-scoring game against the Patriots as Oakland owns a an 0-5 record this season when posting 17 points or less, while all four of its victories have come when scoring at least 26 points. Oakland has dropped four straight meetings with New England since 2005, while failing to cover three times.

Best Bet: Patriots -7

NFL-Week 10-Monday night football – Dolphins at Panthers

The Dolphins (4-4 SU, 3-3-2 ATS) play their third consecutive game in primetime, but are 0-2 so far in their first two night contests with losses to the Ravens and Raiders. Following a 40-0 blowout at the hands of Baltimore, Miami hung with Oakland before falling short in a 27-24 setback. The Dolphins managed a push as three-point underdogs, while quarterback Jay Cutler put together his finest game of the season by completing 34-of-42 passes for 311 yards and three touchdowns.

Miami picked up the push after trailing 27-16 in the fourth quarter as Cutler connected with tight end Julius Thomas on a 15-yard touchdown pass, followed up by a two-point conversion to cut the deficit to three. The Dolphins dropped to 6-2 in games decided by three points or less since the start of the 2016 season, while losing for the first time in this situation at Hard Rock Stadium.

Carolina (6-3 SU, 5-4 ATS) picked up its second straight divisional victory by rallying from a 10-0 deficit to knock off Atlanta, 20-17. The Panthers depended on their ground game to chew up the Falcons’ defense by racking up 201 yards rushing, including touchdowns by Cam Newton and Christian McCaffrey. Newton threw for only 137 yards, but rushed for 86 to help improve Carolina to 2-1 inside the NFC South following a dreadful 1-5 record within the division last season.

The Panthers own the league’s best defense from a yardage-per-game standpoint by limiting the opposition to an average of 274.1 yards a contest. However, Carolina yielded 355 yards in last week’s win over Atlanta, while getting outgained in three of the past four games. Five times this season, the Panthers have allowed 17 points or less, while going 2-2 in four games in which they allowed 24 points or more.

From a totals perspective, these teams have gone in opposite directions of late. Miami is riding a 3-0 streak to the OVER in the last three contests following five consecutive UNDERS to begin the season. Carolina put together four straight OVERS from Week 3 through Week 6, but the Panthers have cashed the UNDER in the last three contests. Last season, Carolina compiled a 5-2-1 mark to the UNDER at Bank of America Stadium, but are 2-2 to the UNDER in four home games in 2017.

Since Adam Gase took over as head coach prior to the 2016 season, the Dolphins have lost consecutive games four times. In the first three instances, Miami bounced back with a victory, beating Cleveland in Week 3 and Pittsburgh in Week 6 last season, while knocking off Tennessee in Week 5 this season. We’ll see if Miami can avoid its first three-game losing streak since 2015.

The Dolphins and Panthers have met up only five times since Carolina entered the league in 1995. Miami captured the first four matchups, including a 24-17 triumph as 3 ½-point underdogs in Charlotte back in 2009. Carolina won the most recent meeting in 2013 at Hard Rock Stadium, 20-16 as Newton hooked up with tight end Greg Olson on a one-yard touchdown pass in the final minute for the go-ahead score. Miami managed a cover as 4 ½-point underdogs, improving to 5-0 ATS lifetime against Carolina.

The Panthers have won four of six Monday night games since 2012, while splitting a pair of games last season. Carolina is 1-2 ATS at home in this span with the only cover coming in an exciting finish over New England, 24-20 in 2013 as three-point favorites. The Dolphins have yet to play a Monday night game this season, while last losing when taking the field on a Monday in a 2015 home loss to the Giants. Since 2010, the Dolphins own a dreadful 0-7 ATS mark in Monday night action, including an 0-4 ATS mark as an underdog.

NFL-Week 10-Sunday football-Betting previews

Vikings (-1 ½, 42 ½) at Redskins – 1:00 PM EST

Minnesota
Record: 6-2 SU, 5-3 ATS, 4-4 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 16/1

The Vikings return from the bye week seeking their fifth consecutive victory after pulling away from the winless Browns in London two weeks ago, 33-16 as 11-point favorites. Minnesota’s defense continues to shut opponents down by allowing 17 points or less in six straight games, while outgaining each of those teams during this stretch. Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was added to the active roster, but Case Keenum will remain the starter as he seeks his first 300-yard passing game since Week 2.

Washington
Record: 4-4 SU, 3-5 ATS, 5-3 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 40/1

The Redskins went to the west coast for the second time this season and knocked off an NFC contender for the second time. After defeating the Rams in Week 2, Washington pulled the trick again last week in a 17-14 triumph as eight-point underdogs at Seattle. That victory put an end to a two-game losing streak, as the ‘Skins improved to 4-1 against teams outside the NFC East. Washington and Minnesota have hooked up six times in the last seven seasons as the Vikings have captured four of those six matchups.

Best Bet: Redskins + 1 ½

Chargers at Jaguars (-3 ½, 41) – 1:00 PM EST

Los Angeles
Record: 3-5 SU, 3-4-1 ATS, 5-3 UNDER
Super Bowl Odds: 50/1

The Lightning Bolts have thrived on the highway this season compared to their new home in Carson. Los Angeles is 2-2 SU and 2-1-1 ATS away from southern California, including underdog victories over the Giants and Raiders. The Chargers are back from the bye week following a 21-13 setback at New England in Week 8 as 6 ½-point underdogs to halt a three-game losing streak. This series has been owned by the Chargers, who have won six straight meetings with the Jaguars since 2010, including a 38-14 blowout of Jacksonville last season in San Diego.

Jacksonville
Record: 5-3 SU, 5-3 ATS, 4-4 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 25/1

The Jaguars’ defense continues to dominate as Jacksonville has allowed single-digits in each of its five victories. Jacksonville picked up consecutive wins for the first time this season in last week’s 23-7 rout of Cincinnati as six-point favorites, while cashing the UNDER for the third time in the past four games. Jaguars’ running back Leonard Fournette is expected to return to the lineup after missing last week’s win due to a violation of team rules.

Best Bet: Chargers +3 ½

Bengals at Titans (-4 ½, 40 ½) – 1:00 PM EST

Cincinnati
Record: 3-5 SU, 3-5 ATS, 5-3 UNDER
Super Bowl Odds: 100/1

The Bengals entered last week’s game at Jacksonville winners of three of their past four contests. However, wide receiver A.J. Green was ejected in the first quarter following a fight with Jacksonville’s Jalen Ramsey and the Bengals’ offense couldn’t get anything going in a 23-7 loss. For the third time this season, Cincinnati was held to 10 points or less, while the Bengals accumulated only 148 yards of offense. Cincinnati and Tennessee have met just twice since 2009 with the Bengals winning each time as the previous matchup came in 2014 at Paul Brown Stadium, 33-7.

Tennessee
Record: 5-3 SU, 3-4-1 ATS, 5-3 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 25/1

The Titans are heating up of late by pulling off three straight wins, including each of the past two by three points each. Tennessee held off Baltimore last week at home, 23-20, while eclipsing the OVER for the third straight time at Nissan Stadium. Five of the next six opponents for the Titans are currently below .500, although four of those games are away from Nashville. Tennessee has won seven of its last eight home contests dating back to last season.

Best Bet: Titans -4 ½

Saints (-2 ½, 46 ½) at Bills – 1:00 PM EST

New Orleans
Record: 6-2 SU, 6-2 ATS, 4-4 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 12/1

The 0-2 start by the Saints seems like a long time ago as New Orleans has built a six-game winning streak to take over first place in the NFC South. New Orleans has also covered each time during this hot stretch, while coming off a pair of home victories over Chicago and Tampa Bay. Since losing the opener at Minnesota, the Saints are a perfect 3-0 SU/ATS away from the Superdome, while posting an incredible 12-2 ATS mark in their last 14 road games since December 2015.

Buffalo
Record: 5-3 SU, 5-2-1 ATS, 4-4 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 66/1

The Bills were tripped up by the Jets last Thursday, 34-21 to fall to 1-3 on the road. However, Buffalo has yet to lose at New Era Field this season by compiling a 4-0 SU and 3-0-1 ATS record, while putting up over 30 points in each of its last two home wins. The Bills have been outgained in the yardage category in seven straight games, but have covered in each of their two games as an underdog against NFC South opponents this season (Panthers and Falcons). Buffalo has dropped each of the past four meetings with New Orleans since 2001, including a 35-17 loss at the Superdome in 2013.

Best Bet: Bills +2 ½

Cowboys at Falcons (-3, 50 ½) – 4:25 PM EST

Dallas
Record: 5-3 SU, 5-3 ATS, 5-3 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 16/1

The Cowboys have rebounded from a minor two-game losing streak in early October by winning three straight contests. Dallas took care of Kansas City last Sunday, 28-17 as 2 ½-point favorites, highlighted by two touchdown passes and a touchdown run by quarterback Dak Prescott. The Cowboys were blown out in their first road games of the season at Denver, but are rolling away from the Lone Star State by beating the Cardinals, 49ers, and Redskins in their last three road contests.

Atlanta
Record: 4-4 SU, 2-6 ATS, 5-3 UNDER
Super Bowl Odds: 33/1

The Falcons didn’t seem to have a Super Bowl hangover following a fast 3-0 start. However, the Falcons have been grounded lately by dropping four of their last five games, including a 20-17 defeat at Carolina last week in their NFC South opener. Atlanta squandered a 10-0 lead, while being held to 17 points or less in all four losses this season. The Falcons erased a 21-7 deficit in a 39-28 victory at Dallas in their last meeting two seasons ago, highlighted by a 12-catch, 164-yard, two-touchdown performance by wide receiver Julio Jones.

Best Bet: Falcons -3

Giants (-2 ½, 42) at 49ers – 4:25 PM EST

New York
Record: 1-7 SU, 3-5 ATS, 4-4 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 250/1

Amazing to think that these two teams met for the NFC Championship in 2011, but as they say, life comes at you fast. New York is coming off a humiliating 51-17 home loss to the Rams last week to fall to 0-4 SU/ATS at Met Life Stadium this season. However, the Giants haven’t been horrible on the highway as their only victory this season is at Denver, while covering three straight on the road. The Giants are making their first appearance ever at Levi’s Stadium, while traveling to the Bay Area for the first time since a 26-3 blowout of the Niners in 2012.

San Francisco
Record: 0-9 SU, 4-5 ATS, 5-4 UNDER
Super Bowl Odds: 5000/1

The 49ers acquired quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo at the trade deadline, but are in no rush to play the former Patriots’ backup. San Francisco is still searching for its first win under Kyle Shanahan after dropping a 20-10 home decision to Arizona last week. Following a 4-1 ATS run which included five losses by three points or less, the Niners have failed to score more than 10 points in each of the past three games, while losing each time by double-digits.

Best Bet: 49ers +2 ½