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SN: NFL Week 7 Betting Trends Analysis

Super Bowl 50 is set for February 7 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California. There are concerns.

The concerns are about the grass field at Levi's Stadium, which is home to San Francisco. Not only is the footing slow, but also slippery. Fans have complained, too, about the excessive heat during day games there.

So it may not be a coincidence the 49ers have gone UNDER the total in eight of their last 10 home games, including 2-1 UNDER this season. Minnesota scored three points and Green Bay managed just 17 at Levi's Stadium, season-low in points for both teams. Baltimore scored 20 points this past Sunday at Levi's Stadium, its lowest total in five weeks.

The 49ers host Seattle Thursday with the OVER/UNDER at 42. The last five games in the Seahawks-49ers series have gone UNDER.


Tennessee's Ken Whisenhunt is one of my least favorite coaches. His background isn't in defense, he's too conservative on offense and his Titans tanked last season.

Oh, yeah, Whisenhunt also has a horrendous home record. The Titans are 4.5-point home underdogs to Atlanta. Tennessee is 1-10 straight-up (SU) and 2-8-1 against the spread (ATS) under Whisenhunt at LP Field. If you go back to the Mike Munchak era you'll find the Titans 7-20-2 ATS during their last 29 home matchups.

I like San Diego coach Mike McCoy, who is innovative and resourceful. NFC teams are just 4-7 SU and 3-8 ATS versus McCoy's Chargers.

However, the Chargers have covered only once in their last 12 games versus AFC opponents. San Diego is trying to break an 0-6 ATS mark in division games hosting Oakland Sunday. The Chargers are four-point favorites.

colts have struggled outside division

Colts coach Chuck Pagano is getting a lot of deserved heat for trying to pull off maybe the worst fake punt in the history of the NFL. The Colts are 4.5-point home favorites versus New Orleans.

The Colts are 19-2 SU versus their weak AFC South Division foes, but just 19-19 against everybody else since Pagano became coach in 2012. The Colts are 20-6 ATS when facing under .500 teams.