There are a number of edges to take advantage of in Week 13. In addition to our model’s best bets, sharp picks and other tools here at BetQL, we surface the best historical trends every week. Here are the six best team trends to know for this week’s action:
1. The Cardinals are 6-0 SU (+8.5 units) on the road this season. Arizona is a -360 road favorite at the Bears this week and our model is giving them an 80.4% chance to win (-411 implied moneyline). Therefore, the Cardinals are a ⭐⭐⭐ moneyline value.
2. Under Kyle Shanahan, the Niners have gone 5-0 SU (+7.2 units) after allowing 99 or fewer rushing yards in three straight games. They held the Vikings to 67 rushing yards last week, Jaguars to 54 the week before and 52 against the Rams the week before that. San Francisco is a -180 road favorite at the Seahawks this week. CLICK HERE to find out if they’re the best bet!
3. Under Andy Reid, the Chiefs have gone 11-1 SU (+10.6 units) after allowing 14 or less points in two consecutive games. Kansas City allowed 9 points to the Cowboys last week and 14 the week before to the Raiders. BetQL is listing the Chiefs (-445) as a ⭐⭐⭐ bet at home against the Broncos this week and labels them at -497 with an 83.3% implied win percentage.
4. Under John Harbaugh, the Ravens have gone 22-3 SU (+18.1 units) against poor rushing defenses that allow 130+ rushing yards per game in the second half of the regular season. The Steelers have been gashed on the ground this season. In fact, they’ve allowed 133.1 yards per game this season (28th), including a league-worst 195.3 yards per game in their last three games (worst in NFL). For context, no team has allowed more than an average of 166.7 in that span and two teams total have allowed over 149.0. CLICK HERE to see if we’re labeling the Ravens (-185) as the best bet.
5. Under Bill Belichick, the Patriots have gone 22-3 SU (+21 units) after allowing 17 or less points in four straight games. New England has allowed 13, 0, 7 and 6 points respectively in their last four games. Are the Patriots (+130) the best bet against the Bills this week, though? CLICK HERE to see our model’s ⭐⭐⭐⭐ value!
6. The Bengals have gone 8-2 SU (+13.8 units) vs. teams that average 235+ passing yards per game over the last two years. The Chargers average 280.8 passing yards per game, which makes this trend relevant. CLICK HERE to find out if we project Cincinnati (-170) as the best bet.
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