Understanding historical betting trends is a pivotal aspect of navigating the dynamic landscape of sports betting and gambling markets. However, while these trends offer valuable insights, their significance lies not only in revealing prevailing opinions but also in understanding their limitations and the need for a balanced approach when making informed betting decisions. That’s where we come in.
On every NFL game page, we not only list the trends you need to know, but accompany them with our model’s projections. When these are aligned, the recommended wagers are particularly impactful and can give you confidence when you’re deciding what bets to get action on. Below, you’ll see five NFL ATS trends that have gone a combined 37-0 and can see if our model is projecting each streak to stay alive.
Under Dan Campbell, Detroit has gone 11-0 ATS after having won two of their last three games. After losing to the Ravens, the Lions have beaten the Raiders and Chargers in back-to-back weeks, thus making this a significant trend. Detroit is the clear home favorite against the Bears and expected to win outright, but will they cover and keep the streak alive? See our model’s projection above!
Dallas has gone 8-0 ATS after playing a division game over the last two years. Last week, the Cowboys demolished the Giants for the second time this year, this time by the score of 49-17. Dallas opened as a 9-point favorite, but got bet up into double digits. Above, you can see if our model still thinks there’s value in backing them to cover and keep the undefeated trend alive.
Under Mike McDaniel, Miami has gone 6-0 ATS at home when the total is between 45.5 and 49 points. The total is in that range at the time of this writing, thus making the trend relevant. As we’ve seen in the past many times, Miami’s offense loves to be involved in high-scoring affairs and can hang with just about any other team in that regard. Find out if we project them to cover as gigantic favorites in this matchup.
Under Brandon Staley, Los Angeles has gone 6-0 ATS after gaining 99 or less rushing yards in three straight games. The Chargers have amassed 54, 84 and 98 rushing yards over their last three contests, thus activating this trend. LA opened as a 2.5-point favorite - find out if our model still gives them the edge to cover in Lambeau against the Packers this week.
Under Kevin O’Connell, Minnesota has gone 6-0 ATS after allowing 75 or less rushing yards in their last game. The Vikings only allowed 65 rushing yards in their 27-19 win over the Saints last week, so they’re seemingly in a great spot to cover as 2.5-point underdogs on Sunday Night Football. Take a look above to see if our model is listing that as the most valuable side.