Las Vegas in Kansas City (-12, 55): The Chiefs have won 13 straight wins and are 12-1 ATS since mid-2019. Kansas City has won their last five straight games against the Raiders and is 4-1 ATS in those matches. The Chiefs have also covered four straight home games. The Raiders’ first four games this season surpassed the total after a 6-1 under run that ended last season. Edge: Garments and from light to finished.
Carolina to Atlanta (-1½, 54): The Falcons are 1-3 against the spread, but have won and covered the last five games of the series. Atlanta’s first three games this season exceeded the total. The over is 14-6-1 in Panthers matches since late 2018 (2-1-1 this season). Edge: Above and slight to Falcons.
Los Angeles Rams (-7, 46½) to Washington: The Rams are 7-1 straight and ATS in the last eight starting kickoffs in the Eastern Time Zone or in London. Los Angeles is also 8-3 ATS in their last 11 road games. Washington has been on a 7-13-1 slip since late 2018 and is 3-7-1 ATS in their last 11 home games. Six of Washington’s last seven games have exceeded the total, and the Rams’ last four road games are also over. Edge: Rams and beyond.
Jacksonville a Houston (-5½, 54½): The Jaguars have covered four of their last six games as underdogs, but Houston have won the last three straight of the series. The Texans have failed to win or cover their last five games of the regular season and are 2-8-1 ATS in their last 11 games. The last four games of the series have fallen below the total. Edge: Under and Jaguars.
Arizona (-7, 47) to New York Jets: The Jets are 0-4 upwards and ATS after the Denver defeat. Arizona manager Kliff Kingsbury is 12-7-1 ATS since taking over the Cardinals. The under is 3-0-1 in Arizona games this season. Edge: Cardinals.
Philadelphia a Pittsburgh (-7, 44½): The Eagles are 1-4 ATS in their last five games and 7-13 ATS since the start of 2019. Philadelphia has been 14-23 ATS since beating the Patriots in the Super Bowl. Edge: Steelers.
Cincinnati to Baltimore (-13, 51): Cincinnati have covered four of the last five of the series, although they lost 49-13 in 2019. The Bengals are 10-3 in their last 13 games as underdogs. Edge: Lightweight for Ravens.
Miami to San Francisco (-9, 51½): The Dolphins are 11-5 ATS in their last 16 games and 6-2 in their last eight as street losers. The over is 8-3 in Miami games since mid-2019 (2-2 this season). Seven of the 49ers’ last 11 games have surpassed the total, and the team are 3-5-1 in their last nine games as a home favorite. Edge: Over and Dolphins.
New York Giants a Dallas (-8½, 54): The Cowboys have covered the last six games of the series. The Giants are 2-0 as street losers this season and 11-3 in the role since 2018. Dallas is 0-4 ATS this season. Edge: Light to the giants.
Indianapolis (-1, 48) a Cleveland: The Browns have run two in a row after a 5-12-1 slip. They are 4-2-1 ATS in their last seven home games. The Colts have won and covered their last three games. Edge: Lightweight for Colts.
Minnesota a Seattle (-7, 56½): The Vikings have two tips covered. The Seahawks got a couple of home covers in their starting 3-0, and the over was 4-0-1 in their last five games. Edge: Over.
Denver in New England (-10, 48½): The Patriots are 15-6 as regular season favorites since early 2017. The Broncos are 7-3 in their last 10 games as underdogs. Edge: Lightweight for patriots.
Los Angeles Charger in New Orleans (-7½, 50): The Saints are 2-5 ATS in their last seven home games. New Orleans’ first four games topped the total and the over was 6-1 in the last seven games. Edge: Over.
Buffalo (-1, 49) a Tennessee: The bills were covered in Las Vegas, but they are 1-4 ATS in the last five games on the road. Buffalo has won and covered the last two seasons against the Titans. All four of Bills’ games this season topped the total after the under had been 15-4 in the previous 19 games. The Titans are 12-4 straight with Ryan Tannehill at quarterback and 3-0 straight but 0-3 ATS this season. Tennessee is on a 12-4 over run. Edge: Mild to Over and Titans.
Las Vegas handicapper Bruce Marshall is editor of The Gold Sheet. Provides the Review-Journal with notes and technical trends from the NFL. Follow @BruceAMarshall on Twitter.