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.
Baltimore Ravens (5-2, 3-4 ATS) @ Indianapolis Colts (5-2, 4-3 ATS)
1 PM on CBS
A lot of anti-Lamar stats here that make you want to be on the Colts.
-Lamar Jackson has never covered coming off a loss in his career. The Ravens are 0-7 ATS in their last 7 games following a straight up loss
-The Colts are 12-4 ATS in their last 16 against teams with a winning record
-The last time Lamar Jackson covered against a winning team was Week 14 last year against the Bills (0-3 since)
Seattle Seahawks (6-1, 5-2 ATS) @ Buffalo Bills (6-2, 3-5 ATS)
1 PM on FOX
People love betting against West Coast teams coming East, but the Seahawks have actually been providing value in that spot.
-Under Pete Carroll, the Seahawks are 14-7-3 ATS in 1 PM East Coast games
-Seahawks are 10-2 SU in last 12 as road favorites, 7-3-1 ATS
-Bills are 2-9 SU in last 11 as home dogs, 3-8 ATS
Pittsburgh Steelers (7-0, 6-1 ATS) @ Dallas Cowboys (2-6, 0-8 ATS)
4:25 PM on CBS
-In his career as a double digit road favorite, Big Ben is just 1-8 ATS
And they don't call the Cowboys "America's Team" for nothing
-The Cowboys are 6-1 ATS after a Presidential Election since 1992
Miami Dolphins (4-3, 5-2 ATS) @ Arizona Cardinals (5-2, 5-2 ATS)
What if I told you that…
-Since Week 6 last year, the Dolphins are an NFL best 14-5 ATS. They have 8 wins straight up as an underdog since then, the most in football.
We also don't have a ton of data for the Cardinals in this spot, but what does exist isn't too hot
-Cardinals are 1-4 SU and ATS in their last 5 as home favorites
New Orleans Saints (5-2, 2-5 ATS) @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-2, 4-4 ATS)
8:20 PM on NBC
A tale of two different quarterbacks here. Drew Brees kind of stinks.
-Drew Brees is just 1-7 ATS in his last 8 games against winning teams
Tom Brady does not.
-Tom Brady is 6-0 SU and 5-1 ATS in his last 6 home primetime games
However, for all the attention the Saints get as home favorites, they're actually way better as road dogs
-Saints are 20-6 ATS in their last 26 as an underdog
-Saints are 28-10 ATS in last 38 road games
-Saints are 21-9 ATS in last 30 as a road dog
If you missed this week's Advisors, make sure to catch up here to get all your winners before kickoff.
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