NFL Week 9 Betting Trends

If you're looking for a trend for Week 9 of the NFL season try Tampa Bay as an ATS upset winner over Atlanta.

The Bucs are 5-2 and tied with the Falcons for top spot in the NFC South, but the oddsmakers aren't too confident in Tampa Bay this weekend. Atlanta is a 9-point favorite on the latest odds in this matchup, and if the spread stays that high the Bucs look like a smart upset pick ATS.

Take a look at a few of the trends that favor the Bucs this weekend. In their last 10 trips to Atlanta the Bucs hold a solid 8-2 record ATS. In their last six games versus the Falcons overall Tampa Bay is a profitable 5-1 ATS. There's still more, as the Bucs are also a nice 8-2 ATS in their last 10 games on the road overall. That includes their current five-game road winning streak both SU and ATS.

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If you need some more proof before laying down a bet take a look at the Bucs' record as a big underdog, and subsequently the Falcons' record as a big favorite. In their last five games as a underdog of more than 8 points the Bucs are 5-1 ATS. In their last 20 as a big dog they're only 3-17 SU, but 11-9 ATS. What about the Falcons' record as a favorite by more than eight points? How about 2-3 ATS in their last five, and 5-12 in their last 17.

The Bucs aren't the only underdog the trends are spotting this week as a potential winner. The Chiefs also look good as a 2.5-point 'dog at Oakland on Sunday.

In their last seven games at Oakland the Chiefs are a perfect 7-0 both SU and ATS. They also sport an impressive 7-2 ATS mark in their last nine road games in the month of November. The Chiefs are real road warriors, and in their last 10 overall on the road they're 8-2 ATS.

The Chiefs are 4-1 ATS as an underdog this season and should continue raking for bettors this week.

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Here's a quick rundown of three more notable trends that could make or break your NFL betting bankroll on Sunday and trends on every game posted below.

New Orleans at Carolina – The UNDER is 9-2 in the last 11 games between the Saints and Panthers.

Pittsburgh at Cincinnati – The Steelers are 7-1-1 ATS in their last nine at Cincinnati.

Miami at Baltimore – The Ravens are 7-1 ATS in their last eight games following their bye week.

More NFL Betting Trends

TB @ Atlanta
Falcons UNDER is 10-1 past 11 games after a BYE
Bucs are 8-2 ATS past 10 trips to Atlanta

Chicago @ Buffalo
Bears 2-6 ATS past 8 games after a BYE
Bills 1-6 ATS past 7 as underdog of 4 or less points

New England @ Cleveland
Browns OVER is 7-3 past 10 games after a BYE
Patriots 9-3 ATS past 12 November road games

San Diego @ Houston
Chargers OVER is 13-2 past 15 games before a BYE
Texans 7-2 SU past 9 vs AFC West teams

Miami @ Baltimore
Dolphins 8-3 ATS past 11 November road games
Ravens 7-1 ATS past 8 games after a BYE

New Orleans @ Carolina
Saints are 1-7 ATS past 8 games vs Panthers
10 of past 12 meetings played UNDER total

New York Jets @ Detroit
Jets 8-1 SU & ATS past 9 road games
Lions lost 8 straight ATS at home in November

Arizona @ Minnesota
Cardinals 1-6 ATS past 7 road games
Vikings 7-1 ATS past 8 home games

New York Giants @ Seattle
Home team won 9 straight NYG-SEA meetings
Seahawks 10-3 ATS past 13 home games

Indianapolis @ Philadelphia
Colts 13-4-1 ATS past 18 November road games
Eagles 8-1 ATS past 9 games after a BYE
Eagles UNDER is 9-1 past 10 games after BYE

Kansas City @ Oakland
Chiefs 7-0 SU & ATS past 7 trips to Oakland
UNDER is 7-1 past 8 trips to Oakland
Raiders 7-3 ATS past 10 games before a BYE

Dallas @ Green Bay
11 of past 14 meetings played OVER total
Cowboys 8-3 ATS past 11 vs Packers
Packers played 4 straight UNDERs vs NFC East

Pittsburgh @ Cincinnati - bet Monday Night Football odds and play Monday Night contests at Bovada
OVER is 7-2-1 past 10 Steeler games as favorite
Bengals 1-7-1 ATS past 9 at home to Pittsburgh
 

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