There is just one team that is doing equally well on both sides of the wager when people make their weekly NFL choices, regardless of whether they like to gamble against the spread or straight up on the moneyline.
The Philadelphia Eagles and Atlanta Falcons are the models of excellence in NFL odds. Philadelphia is the last SU undefeated club in the NFL with a 6-0 record. In contrast, Atlanta is 3-3 and 6-0 ATS. The only team that can make this assertion is the Falcons.
Both sides of the betting ledger are not satisfied with any of these clubs, though. Eagles have a 4-2 ATS record. Philadelphia would have been 3-3 ATS if they hadn’t scored a late touchdown to win the game against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday at home.
No, the New York Giants, a different NFC East team, are the greatest bet in the NFL, both SU and ATS. Both the Giants’ SU and ATS records are 5-1.
But are they among the top wagers this week? Let’s find out by examining the NFL Week 7 ATS predictions.
Picks Against the Spread for Week 7 NFL
|New England Patriots vs Chicago Bears||NE-7||NE||1|
|New York Giants vs Jacksonville Jaguars||NYG +3||NYG||1|
|Kansas City Chiefs vs San Francisco 49ers||KC-3||KC||1|
Odds from the OKBET Sportsbook as of October 18.
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Pick 1 in the NFL ATS: Patriots (-7) vs. Bears
Consider laying 7.5 points on a team starting their third quarterback. When QB1 Mac Jones (ankle) returns from injury, there is some dispute about whether New England should keep riding Bailey Zappe.
The Patriots have won and covered against the Lions and Browns, two clubs who are a combined 0-7 SU in the previous month. Another reality TV shocker: the Bears are worse than both of those clubs.
Pick: 1 unit at New England Patriots -7.5 | -110.
NFL Pick 2 against the spread: Chiefs (-3) @ 49ers
The other day, all of the San Francisco 49ers players who weren’t injured carpooled to practice. They were able to fit into a Fiat while still having room for a dog, a set of golf equipment, and a side of beef.
Twelve defensive players and seven offensive players for the 49ers are now listed as injured. If you’re Patrick Mahomes, the Chiefs quarterback, you’re drooling over the 49ers injury report like the dog in the Fiat while the healthy 49ers are eyeing that side of meat.
Pick: 1 unit for Kansas City Chiefs at -3 | -110.
Pick 3 in the NFL: Giants (+3) vs. Jaguars
NFC stands for no freaking chance to the Jacksonville Jaguars. Over the last 18 games versus NFC opponents, Jacksonville is 0-18 SU and 2-16 ATS. The Jaguars are 0-9 SU and ATS in their last nine home games versus NFC teams.
Jacksonville last won and covered an NFC team at home on December 10, 2017. As 3-point favorites, the Jaguars defeated Seattle 30-24. Nobody had heard of COVID-19 the last time Jacksonville won and covered against an NFC team anywhere. The Jaguars defeated the Giants as 3-point away favorites on September 9, 2018.
Surprisingly, they meet the Giants again this Sunday, with the spread set at Jacksonville -3. But those Giants were not the same as these Giants.
Pick: New York Giants +3 | -110, 1 unit.