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NFL Betting Projections for Potential AFC Conference Winners

NFL Betting Projections for Potential AFC Conference Winners
Written by D.S. Williamson on December 14, 2018

NFL Betting News
With NFL Week 15, and a full Week 16 and Week 17 yet to be played, the American Football Conference remains in flux. The Kansas City Chiefs could have locked down the AFC West Division by beating the rival L.A. Chargers on Thursday night. They didn’t!
That doesn’t mean the Chiefs miss out on winning the division, though. Check out AFC Playoffs Seeding Projections as well as full season NFL betting projections.

NFL Betting Projections for Potential AFC Conference Winners

AFC Playoff Seedings Predictions

New England Patriots (10-4)
Currently 8-5 against the spread, the Patriots have a huge shot of winning out and going 3-0 ATS while doing so. New England should beat Pittsburgh and cover in Week 15. Then, they’ll dominate both Buffalo and the Jets at home in Week 16 and Week 17. That’s a 12-4 record and an 11-5 ATS record.
Full Season ATS Prediction: 11-5
NFL Betting Projections for Potential AFC Conference Winners

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Cardinals versus Chargers NFL Week 12

Cardinals versus Chargers NFL Week 12 Odds & Pick
Written by Henry Watkins on November 22, 2018

NFL Betting News
It’s usually about this stage of the NFL season when the real Super Bowl contenders begin to separate from the rest of the pack. Generally speaking, you have 3 or 4 teams that start to seriously compete for the top 2 spots in each conference. That battle is raging particularly hard in the AFC, where the Chiefs and Steelers are currently leading the way, with a couple of teams hot on their heels. One of the teams that are right in the thick of the action is the LA Chargers, although they are not getting many of the headlines in the AFC.
The reason why they have been going under the radar may well be because of their performance in recent years. The Chargers have been consistently good, but they have made a habit of coming up just short in big games and playoff pushes. They can potentially creep into the top two in the conference with a win over the Arizona Cardinals this weekend, a game that they will start as a 13-point favorite, with the point total set at 44 ½.
Cardinals versus Chargers NFL Week 12 Odds & Pick

When: Sunday. November 25 at 4:05 PM EST
Where: StubHub Center, Carson
TV: FOX
Radio: SiriusXM/NFL
Live Stream: NFL League Pass
NFL Week 12 Odds: Los Angeles Chargers
Browns vs Bengals NFL Week 12 Odds & Expert Prediction
Weather Forecast
Partly Cloudy: 20°C/68°F
Humidity: 60%
Precipitation: 1%
Cloud Cover: 43%
Wind: 9 mph WNW
Stadium Type: Open
Cardinals versus Chargers NFL Week 12

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Chargers vs Seahawks NFL Week 9 Spread & Preview

Chargers vs Seahawks NFL Week 9 Spread & Preview
Written by Eric Williams on November 1, 2018

NFL Betting News
Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks will look to hold down the fort when Philip Rivers and the Los Angeles Chargers visit town on Sunday for what looks like a sure-fire Inter-Conference thriller just waiting to happen. With both teams playing their best football of the season right now and looking to take another step toward securing a playoff berth, let’s find out what’s going to go down in this contest right now.

When: Sunday, November 4, 2018 at 4:05 PM ET
Where: CenturyLink Field, Seattle, Washington
TV: CBS
Radio: Los Angeles / Seattle
Live Stream: NFL Live
NFL Week 9 Odds: Seattle -2 / Total: 48
Weather Forecast
Partly Cloudy: 12°C/54°F
Humidity: 77%
Precipitation: 24%
Wind: 5 mph SSE
Cloud Cover: 47%
Type of Stadium: Open
Why Bet On the Los Angeles Chargers?
Why should you bet on the Chargers in Week 9? There are several great reasons like the fact that the Bolts have the higher scoring offense in this matchup. The, there’s also the fact that Los Angeles is on a nice roll, having won four straight games coming into this contest including their narrow 20-19 home win over Tennessee two weeks ago.

Another great reason is that the Chargers are well-rested after getting a bye last weekend. Last but not least, L.A. has an outstanding quarterback in veteran Philip Rivers that really doesn’t have to take a back seat to anyone not named Drew Brees, Tom Brady or Aaron Rodgers.

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NFL Betting Tips on How to Handicap Fading Teams

NFL Betting Tips on How to Handicap Fading Teams
Written by Jordan Walters on July 14, 2017

Sports Betting Explained
What is fading a team in sports betting? It simply means betting against them in any game they are playing. It’s not always going to mean wagering against a team that’s lousy. For example, the Jacksonville Jaguars were just 3-13 last NFL season but they lost a lot of close games and managed to go 8-8 ATS. Here are some examples of when to fade this coming season. Also, be sure to check out for more NFL betting odds and picks for this season.
NFL Betting Tips on How to Handicap Fading Teams
Road Teams On Short Week
A few years ago, the NFL – in its attempt to make even more money – decided to stage a Thursday night game every week of the regular season except Week 17. The only reason it’s not the final week of the season is that the league doesn’t want two teams on short rest having to play an important game that could determine a playoff spot or seeding, etc. It’s statistically proven that the road teams in these quick-turnaround games are at a significant disadvantage. They basically only get one full day of practice because of resting up after the previous Sunday on Monday and then traveling to the new city on Wednesday. The home team essentially gets one full day of practice extra – and home field is worth 3 points or so regardless. Since Thursday night football became a weekly season-long deal in 2012, excluding the opening games not subject to a short week, the home team has won about 56 percent of the time.
West Coast Traveling East

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