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.
Philadelphia Eagles (3-5-1, 3-6 ATS) @ Cleveland Browns (6-3, 3-6 ATS)
1 PM on FOX
We know the Browns have had a couple very low scoring games in a row (39 total points over the last 2 weeks). The Eagles have also been an under machine in November.
-The under is 12-2 in the Eagles last 14 November games. In their past 7 November games, they average just 16 PPG.
Tennessee Titans (6-3, 3-6 ATS) @ Baltimore Ravens (6-3, 4-5 ATS)
1 PM on CBS
A couple of reasons to dislike the Ravens here.
-The Ravens are 5-13 ATS in their last 18 games as a home favorite
-They also don't bounce back well. The Ravens are 1-7 ATS in their last 8 games following a straight up loss.
New England Patriots (4-5, 4-5 ATS) @ Houston Texans (2-7, 2-7 ATS)
1 PM on CBS
Since the infamous Letterman Jacket game in December 2012, the Patriots have owned the Texans.
8-1 SU (only loss last season)
-Houston has also been terrible as underdogs. They are 0-8 SU, 1-7 ATS in their last 8 games when playing as the underdog
Green Bay Packers (7-2, 6-3 ATS) @ Indianapolis Colts (6-3, 5-4 ATS)
4:25 PM on FOX
-The Packers last 9 games after not covering - they are 9-0 SU and 9-0 ATS, average winning margin of 13 PPG
-The Packers are 48-23-1 ATS in their last 72 games following a ATS loss.
-Since the start of last season, the Packers are 5-1 ATS in a dome, averaging 32 PPG.
Kansas City Chiefs (8-1, 6-3 ATS) @ Las Vegas Raiders (6-3, 6-3 ATS)
8:20 PM on NBC
All the trends here point towards Kansas City.
-On the road inside the AFC West, Andy Reid is 17-5 ATS
-The Chiefs 39-19 ATS on the road under Reid.
Andy Reid's dominance off a bye is long documented, and it's gotten even more impressive with Patrick Mahomes.
-In his Kansas City tenure, Reid is 7-4 ATS with an extra week to prepare (23-5 SU in his career). That includes playoffs.
-Patrick Mahomes off a bye (also including playoffs) is 4-0 SU and 3-1 ATS, averaging 41 PPG.
-And for what it's worth, the Chiefs faced the Raiders off a bye the last two seasons and scored exactly 40 points each time (40-33 and 40-9 victories).
-In general, road favorites off a bye since 2003 cover 69% of the time.
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