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1) Sunday November 8th: Baltimore @ Cincinnati

The Ravens are off a big win over undefeated Denver and have revenge on their mind this week against the Bengals. Road teams are 60-27 ATS avenging an upset home loss over the last five seasons. The Ravens have covered 10 of their last 12 as favorites, but they are only 5-12 as road chalk off a SU win. The Bengals have dropped nine of 13 spread decisions after a bye and they are 8-16 ATS off a SU win versus an NFC foe. The SU winner is 25-2 ATS in this bitter AFC-North rivalry. The Ravens run all over the Bengals. 
Play: Baltimore -3 

2) Sunday November 8th: Arizona @ Chicago

The Bears have been inconsistent all year. They play well against teams like the Steelers and then fall flat against weaker teams. They have had trouble in the red zone but the Cardinals are what they are looking for. The defending NFC champs are 5-22 ATS on the highway versus a non-division rival after a SU loss. They are 9-25 ATS on the road after allowing 28 points or more. Chicago puts its six-game winning streak (5-1 ATS) at Soldier Field on the line. The Bears are 15-8-2 ATS in the Windy City after allowing 14 points or less and 18-8 ATS after scoring 28 points or more. The Bear crush the birds. 
Play: Chicago -3 

3) Sunday November 8th: Miami @ New England

The Patriots are off a bye and will be ready for the fish. New England had won and cashed in six of the previous eight meetings with the Fish at home. The Patriots are 5-0 SU and 4-1 ATS at home this year, prevailing by an average of 24.4 points per game. They are 5-0 as post-bye week favorites and 25-13-1 as division choices. The Dolphins have floundered in 15 of 19 off an upset win over a division rival. They are also a poor 10-18 ATS following a SU road win. The Patriots run it up on the fish.  
Play: Patriots -12 

4) Sunday November 8th: Dallas @ Philadelphia

This could be the game of the week as the red-hot Cowboys face off against the Eagles. Philadelphia has held the upper hand against the Cowboys at home, winning eight of the past 10 meetings and cashing at a 6-3-1 clip. The Eagles re 9-3 in their last dozen duels at Lincoln Financial Field and they are 12-2 ATS off a division game. The Cowboys have played well of late but many of those games have been at home. The Boys are 6-15-1 ATS versus division foes and 3-7-1 ATS in their last 11 road ventures. They have dropped nine of 10 ATS off a cover as double-digit favorites. The Eagles win in a shootout! 
Play: Eagles -3 

5) Sunday November 8th: KC @ Jacksonville

The Chiefs will be without Larry Johnson but this a good thing as they face the Jags on Sunday. The Jaguars have been a shaky proposition at home, failing to get the money in nine of 11 and dropping seven straight as favorites. The Chiefs have cashed 18 of 24 on the highway following a double-digit defeat and nine straight after allowing more than 35 points to a division foe. With a new running back and a cancer removed the Chiefs will play better. The Jags should not be laying this much chalk to anyone. 
Play: Chiefs +6.5 

6) Sunday November 8th: Carolina @ New Orleans

The Saints are one of the best teams in the NFL. The problem is they have trouble covering big numbers and are on a short week. The visiting team is 15-1 in the last 16 meetings. New Orleans has been a bust as double-digit favorites, dropping 10 of 13. The Saints have also come up short in 16 of 17 ATS after scoring 28 points or more in 
back-to-back games versus a team with a losing report card. The Panthers are 8-4-1 as division dogs and 26-16-2 ATS of late on the road. The Panthers will be riding high off the victory in Arizona and play tough in this game. 
Play: Panthers +13 

7) Monday November 9th: Steelers @ Broncos

The Steelers and the Broncos face off on Monday Night. The Broncos have played much better at home this year and have not had trouble scoring against good teams at Invesco. The Steelers have one of the best offenses in the league and should be able to beat Denver in the air. Denver has zipped over in 25 of 34 after a two-game road trip. Look for a highs coring shootout on Monday night. 
Play: Over 39.5 

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