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NFL Week 2: Trends to Watch for in Sunday’s Early Games

September 14, 2016

Tennessee at Detroit

Detroit head coach Jim Caldwell as a home favorite was 3-0-1 last season. Mike Mularkey the Titans coach is 2-8 straight up since last season. Titans are just 8-28-2 against the spread since late in 2013.

Kansas City at Houston

Kansas City was 2-0 SU and ATS versus Houston last season, which included a 30-0 beating of the Texans during the playoffs. However, Houston is 8-2 ATS over its past 10 games dating back to last season including 3 straight.

Miami at New England

The home team has won as well as covered the past six head-to-head games. The home team is also 7-0-1 ATS over the past eight games. Bill Belichick 4-0 SU and ATS over New England’s past four home games versus Miami, with all being by double-digits and a winning margin averaging 23.8 points.

Baltimore at Cleveland

John Harbaugh is 7-1 SU and ATS over Baltimore’s past 8 games played in Cleveland dating back to 2008. Cleveland is 4-8-1 ATS as a dog dating back to last season.

Cincinnati at Pittsburgh

Last season, the road team won each of the three games between the two rivals. Cincinnati was 13-3-1 ATS during 2015. Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis is 13-3-1 when an underdog since 2013. Nine of the past 13 games for Pittsburgh at home as a favorite have cashed OVER.

Dallas at Washington

Dallas had a 4-11-1 record against the number last season. However, the Cowboys are 3-0 SU over their past 3 games at Washington. Washington head coach Jay Gruden is 1-5 when his team is favored at home the past two seasons.

New Orleans at New York Giants

The teams score many points against one another. In 2012, the game was 52-27 and last season 52-49. New Orleans has cashed OVER in 22 of its past 34 games played. New Orleans as an underdog dating back to 2014 is 7-3-1.

San Francisco at Carolina

Chip Kelly teams have gone 15-9 in the over/under the last three seasons when on the road. 49ers were 2-6 as a road dog last season. Carolina was OVER in 6 of 9 games at home last season.

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