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
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.
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
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.
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
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.
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
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.
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
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.
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
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.
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