Broncos at Eagles (-7 ½, 43) – 1:00 PM EST
Record: 3-4 SU, 2-4-1 ATS
Super Bowl Odds: 50/1
The Broncos have fallen apart following a 3-1 start by dropping three straight games, while scoring 19 points or less in five consecutive contests. Denver has pulled the plug on quarterback Trevor Siemian following Monday night’s 29-19 setback at Kansas City, as Brock Osweiler is back in the saddle for the Broncos. Osweiler last started for Denver in the Super Bowl winning season of 2015 before signing with the Texans. Denver is winless in three road games, while losing seven of its past nine contests away from Sports Authority Field.
Record: 7-1 SU, 6-2 ATS
Super Bowl Odds: 5/1
The Eagles keep rolling following a 33-10 rout of the winless 49ers to pick up their sixth consecutive victory. Philadelphia has covered in five straight games, while owning a 4-0 SU and 3-1 ATS record at Lincoln Financial Field this season. Quarterback Carson Wentz has thrown multiple touchdown passes in four straight games, while busting the 28-point mark in each of those victories. The Eagles are hosting the Broncos for the first time since 2009 when Philadelphia edged Denver, 30-27 as seven-point favorites.
Best Bet: Broncos +7 ½
Rams (-3 ½, 42) at Giants – 1:00 PM EST
Record: 5-2 SU, 4-3 ATS
Super Bowl Odds: 18/1
The Rams return from the bye week fresh off a 33-0 shutout of the Cardinals in London back in Week 7 to pick up their fifth win of the season. Last season, Los Angeles finished 4-12, so this team has already exceeded their win total from 2016 as their next two opponents are currently below the .500 mark (Giants and Texans). The Rams have stepped up defensively of late by allowing 33 points in their last three games, while finishing off a three-game stretch away from the Coliseum.
Record: 1-6 SU, 3-4 ATS
Super Bowl Odds: 125/1
The Giants are also off their bye week, but New York couldn’t put together enough offense to beat Seattle in a 24-7 setback two weeks ago. New York is in a stretch of three consecutive games against NFC West opponents (at San Francisco next week), as the Giants beat the Rams last season in London, 17-10, the fourth straight win in the series since 2008. The Giants seek their first home victory following an 0-3 SU/ATS start at Met Life Stadium after closing last season with six straight wins in New Jersey.
Best Bet: Rams -3 ½
Bengals at Jaguars (-5 ½, 39) – 1:00 PM EST
Record: 3-4 SU, 3-4 ATS
Super Bowl Odds: 66/1
It hasn’t been a pretty start to the season for Cincinnati, but the Bengals have surged of late by winning three of their past four games to pull within one game of .500. Granted, two of those wins have come against Cleveland and Indianapolis, but the Bengals will take this stretch over the 0-3 start to the season. In last Sunday’s one-point win over the Colts, the Bengals needed a 16-yard interception return for a touchdown by Carlos Dunlap in the fourth quarter to deny Indianapolis its first road victory of the season.
Record: 4-3 SU, 4-3 ATS
Super Bowl Odds: 33/1
Jacksonville is the only team in the league to own this distinction, alternating SU/ATS wins and losses through the first seven weeks. The Jaguars are coming off a 27-0 shutout of the Colts in Week 7 to easily cash as three-point favorites, while limiting an opponent to less than 10 points for the fourth time this season. Jacksonville will try to get on track at home, where it is 0-2 SU/ATS at EverBank Field, and owns a 1-10 record the past 11 home contests since 2015.
Best Bet: Bengals +5 ½
Falcons (-1, 43 ½) at Panthers – 1:00 PM EST
Record: 4-3 SU, 2-5 ATS
Super Bowl Odds: 20/1
Atlanta snapped a three-game skid to avoid falling below .500 in last Sunday’s 25-20 victory over the Jets. The Falcons failed to cover for the fourth straight week, but the offense finally busted out as Matt Ryan tossed a pair of touchdown passes, while the ground game racked up 140 yards. Atlanta has yet to play an NFC South opponent this season, as the Falcons compiled a 5-1 division record last season, including a sweep of the Panthers.
Record: 5-3 SU, 4-4 ATS
Super Bowl Odds: 33/1
The Panthers seem like a sinking ship in spite of a 5-3 record as top target Kelvin Benjamin was dealt to the Bills this week. Carolina ended a two-game losing streak with a 17-3 triumph at Tampa Bay to improve to 4-1 on the road. The Panthers need to improve their home mark, which sits at 1-2 after losing to the Saints and Eagles at Bank of America Stadium. Carolina owns a perfect 3-0 ATS mark in the underdog role, while going 6-2 ATS when receiving points since the start of 2016.
Best Bet: Falcons -1
Redskins at Seahawks (-7, 45) – 4:05 PM EST
Record: 3-4 SU, 2-5 ATS
Super Bowl Odds: 66/1
Things haven’t gone well for the Redskins since 2-1 start, who have lost three of their past four games with the lone victory coming against the winless 49ers by two points. Washington is in the midst of an 0-4 ATS streak, capped off by recent divisional losses to Philadelphia and Dallas. The Redskins have been lit up during this stretch by allowing 29, 24, 34, and 33 points, resulting in four consecutive OVERS. Washington makes its first trip to Seattle since 2011 when it beat the Seahawks, 23-17, but have lost the last two matchups at home in the 2012 playoffs and 2014 regular season.
Record: 5-2 SU, 3-4 ATS
Super Bowl Odds: 10/1
The Seahawks have rebounded from a 1-2 start by winning four straight games, highlighted by a thrilling 41-38 triumph over the Texans last Sunday. Seattle failed to cash as six-point favorites, but Russell Wilson rallied the Seahawks with a late touchdown pass to Jimmy Graham, finishing off a 452-yard, four touchdown performance. Even though Seattle’s defense allowed more points to Houston (38) than it had in its previous three victories (35), the Seahawks improved to 11-1 in their past 12 games at CenturyLink Field.
Best Bet: Redskins +7
Chiefs at Cowboys (-1, 51 ½) – 4:25 PM EST
Record: 6-2 SU, 6-2 ATS
Super Bowl Odds: 8/1
The Chiefs put their brief two-game losing streak behind them in Monday’s 29-19 home victory over the Broncos as seven-point favorites. Kansas City was outgained for the third straight game, but the Chiefs improved to 2-1 in the AFC West and 3-1 SU/ATS at Arrowhead Stadium. The Chiefs started 3-0 on the road, including impressive showings at New England and Houston before a last-second loss at Oakland in Week 7. Kansas City heads to Dallas for the first time since 2005, while beating the Cowboys in their last matchup in 2013 by a 17-16 count as three-point favorites.
Record: 4-3 SU, 4-3 ATS
Super Bowl Odds: 25/1
The Cowboys were ready to begin life without star running back Ezekiel Elliott, but his six-game suspension is still on hold following another stay from the courts. Dallas returns home following a pair of road blowouts of San Francisco and Washington to improve to 3-1 away from AT&T Stadium. However, the Cowboys haven’t won at home since Week 1 against the Giants, as Dallas blew late leads in losses to Los Angeles and Green Bay in October. Dallas has registered four consecutive OVERS, while topping the 28-point mark in five straight games.
Best Bet: Chiefs +1