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NFL Week 17 Betting Trends Analysis

This last week of the NFL regular season can be the toughest. Who really knows the mindset of the players on teams out of postseason contention? Perhaps some trends and angles can help.

Chip Kelly didn't make it through his third season with Philadelphia, fired five days before the Eagles play at the New York Giants. The Eagles have had the Giants' number winning and covering 12 of the past 15 times, including 27-7 in Week 6.

The Giants are minus three with extra juice. The Eagles are 7-1 straight-up (SU) and against the spread (ATS) in their last eight road matchups versus the Giants.

Lions Only Four Payouts Last 13 Road Games

Detroit is plus one at Chicago. The Lions are 4-9 ATS in their last 13 road games, but they have won five of their past seven games following a 1-7 start and have defeated the Bears five games in a row.

The Bears have dropped nine of their last 10 home contests, including their last four. Chicago's lone victory at Solider Field during this span came against Oakland in Week 4.

Speaking of the Raiders, they have lost 22 of their last 27 road games. However, the Raiders are 4-3 away from home this season. They have drawn early money against Kansas City going from seven-point road 'dogs to plus 6.5. The Chiefs have won nine consecutive games going 7-2 ATS.

Steelers Riding 21-3 Run Against the Browns

Pittsburgh is laying 10 points at Cleveland marking the most points the Browns have received at home since 2009. The Steelers have defeated the Browns in 21 of the past 24 meetings.

New England is favored by 10 points on the road to defeat Miami for the 10th time in 12 games. The Dolphins' two victories against the Patriots during this time frame, though, have each come at Sun Life Stadium during the past two seasons.

Green Bay has dominated Minnesota going 10-0-1 SU and 7-4 ATS during the last 11 meetings, including winning 30-13 in Week 11. The lone tie during this span occurred when Aaron Rodgers was out. The Vikings have covered, however, the past seven times they have been road 'dogs.