The Carolina Panthers are 8-0 SU and 7-1 ATS over their last eight games.
The New Orleans Saints are 6-0 SU and 5-0-1 ATS in six home games this season.
One of these impressive winning streaks will come to an end Sunday night on NBC when New Orleans hosts the Carolina Panthers and the NFL online betting sites and one prediction computer says it will be the Saints starting over.
Oddsmakers had the New Orleans Saints as 3-point favorites at home, but the computers like Cam Newton to lead his team to a 28.8 to 25.3 final. It’s fitting that Carolina was the last team to beat the Saints in New Orleans back in December of last year.
“The current spread streak isn’t the only impressive stat associated with the Panthers in Week 14,” said Jack Randall of OddsShark.com. “They are 11-1 ATS in their past dozen visits to the Superdome and they are 6-1 ATS in their past seven games as underdogs.”
It’s not the only game of the week where the computers like a trend to continue.
Since starting the season off 9-0 SU and 6-3 ATS, the Kansas City Chiefs have gone 0-3 SU and ATS including two losses in three weeks to Denver. The Chiefs enter Washington to take on the Redskins as a 3-point road favorite, and the computers are predicting an extremely comfortable win and cover for the Chiefs at 28.5 to 14.9.
Washington is 0-4 SU and ATS over its last four games, while the Chiefs are 5-0 SU and ATS against the Redskins in recent years, according to the Odds Shark NFL database.
The New York Jets have fallen behind in the playoff race with an 0-3 SU and ATS slump over their last three games, but they’ll be a rare favorite Sunday at -2.5 at home against the Oakland Raiders.
Oakland is 8-4 ATS this season despite a 4-8 SU record, and could improve both records with a win on Sunday if the computer projections are correct. Oakland is projected to win outright by a score of 15.1 to 10.6 in New York; a score that would go well under the posted total of 40 points.
The total has gone OVER in 10 of the Denver Broncos' 12 games this season, and Sunday’s game at home against the Tennessee Titans is expected to go over once again. The computers predict a final score of Denver 36.6 to Tennessee 25.1.
This score would go over the current total of 48.5 points, but would land right on the nose of the current spread of Denver -11.5. Denver is 21-2 SU and 16-7 ATS over its last 23 regular season games.
Another game that saw the computer pick and the point spread in perfect lockstep was the Cincinnati vs Indianapolis game. The Bengals had been five-point home chalk (according to another NFL Odds site) and the computer was predicting a 26-21 final.
Cleveland (16.3) at New England (26.1)
Atlanta (17) at Green Bay (22.3)
Kansas City (28.5) at Washington (14.9)
Miami (20.4) at Pittsburgh (18.9)
NY Giants (16.4) at San Diego (21.2)
Indianapolis (21.4) at Cincinnati (26.4)
Carolina (28.8) at New Orleans (25.3)
Buffalo (17.7) at Tampa Bay (15.5)
Oakland (15.1) at NY Jets (10.6)
Tennessee (25.1) at Denver (36.6)
Houston (13.6) at Jacksonville (7.1)
Dallas (26.8) at Chicago (24.1)
Detroit (26) at Philadelphia (24.5)
Minnesota (16) at Baltimore (23)
St. Louis (20.9) at Arizona (23)
Seattle (31.5) at San Francisco (27.4)
- NFL odds