Tommy Stats NFL Week 7: Cardinals Unders, Teddy Bridgewater Off A Loss, And More

Welcome back to the lab. Every Sunday morning during this NFL season, I'll be blogging the stats and trends that I presented on Barstool Sports Advisors, plus some additional ones that I didn't get to use. These stats are a mixture of ones I've found across various websites, and also some just through my own research from pouring through the data. 

Below is my entire cheat sheet I use for Advisors each week. Lines courtesy of the Barstool Sportsbook, subject to change from the time I compiled this.

Pittsburgh Steelers (5-0, 4-1 ATS) @ Tennessee Titans (5-0, 2-3 ATS)

1 PM on CBS

PIT -2

T 51.5

Not every day you can get an undefeated team as a home underdog, good spot for Tennessee

-Titans are 7-3 ATS in their last 10 as home dogs 

Also the over has been a money maker for the Titans at home lately

-In Ryan Tannehill’s 9 Titan home starts, the over is 8-1 and there’s been an average of 59 PPG

Carolina Panthers (3-3, 3-3 ATS) @ New Orleans Saints (3-2, 2-3 ATS)

1 PM on FOX

NO -7.5

T 51

-In his career coming off a loss, Teddy Bridgewater is 12-2 ATS

-Panthers are 15-5 ATS in their last 20 trips to New Orleans

The Saints are coming off a bye, which has been a good spot for them

-Since 2009, the Saints are 9-2 ATS after a bye 

The Saints didn't cover against the Chargers so that hurt their great October stats, but still

-Saints are 21-3 ATS in their last 24 October games

Seattle Seahawks (5-0, 4-1 ATS) @ Arizona Cardinals (4-2, 4-2 ATS)

4:05 PM on FOX

SEA -4

T 54.5

The total has been high for every Cardinals game this season, but the overs aren't hitting

-The Cardinals have hit the under every game this season (average of 46 PPG), have hit 50 points only once 

-The under has hit in 6 of Russell Wilson’s 8 career trips to Arizona, average game total of 37 points 

-Russell Wilson is 5-3 ATS off a bye

-Under Pete Carroll, the Seahawks are 6-3-1 ATS after a bye

-Road team is 9-1-1 ATS in their last 11 meetings

San Francisco 49ers (3-3, 3-3 ATS) @ New England Patriots (2-3, 2-3 ATS)

4:25 PM on CBS

NE -2.5

T 45.5

Obviously this stat applies to the Brady era, but still worth noting

-Patriots have lost home games in back to back weeks only once under Belichick - 2006

-In their 11 combined games this season, the total has reached 46 points just 3 times this season (Pats twice, 49ers once)

Being on the road and being a dog have both been favorite spots for San Francisco

-The 49ers are 8-3 ATS in their last 11 as an underdog, 6-1 since start of last season

-The 49ers are 8-3 ATS in their last 11 road games 

-The 49ers are 12-6 ATS as a road dog under Kyle Shanahan 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-2, 3-3 ATS) @ Las Vegas Raiders (3-2, 3-2 ATS)

8:20 PM on NBC

TB -2.5

T 53.5

-Also surprisingly, Tom Brady is 2-5 just ATS in his last 7 road Sunday night games

Also worth noting that byes have done very little for the Raiders recently

-Coming off a bye in their last 3 seasons, the Raiders are 0-3 with an average loss of 19 PPG

-Stat used on the show is no longer applicable with the game getting moved but it was that Derek Carr has been an under the radar primetime star. He’s won 4 straight primetime games, all as an underdog. In his career he’s 9-5-2 ATS in primetime games, 10-6 straight up

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