The New England Patriots are undefeated in their last 13 games at home and 9-4 against the spread, but that hasn't stopped oddsmakers from making the Denver Broncos a road favorite when they visit Foxboro this Sunday.
New England is currently a three-point home underdog. Denver is 12-2 straight up and 10-4 ATS in its last 12 games as a road favorite, so pulling off the upset at home won't be easy for the Patriots. But according to our computers, New England will find a way, edging out a 32.8-32 victory in a game that could be a thriller. Tom Brady is 10-5 in 15 lifetime meetings with Peyton Manning.
The winless Oakland Raiders visit Seattle as a 15-point underdog this Sunday. The Raiders are 8-4 ATS over their last 12 road games and are getting over two touchdowns of points this week, but that isn't enough for the OddsShark Computer to side with them: The Seahawks are expected to coast to an easy victory by a score of 29.9-9.4. This wouldn't be too far off Oakland's season averages of 15 points per game on offense and 25.9 points per game allowed on defense.
The Cincinnati Bengals have been one of the NFL's most reliable bets at home in recent seasons, with a 12-1-1 SU and 12-2 ATS record over the team's last 14 home games. The Bengals are the second biggest favorite on the board as an 11-point favorite hosting the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. Even as a double-digit favorite, the Bengals are projected to win and cover by a score of 24.5 to 9.6.
St. Louis hits the road for their second meeting with the San Francisco 49ers this Sunday, and the Rams are the only double-digit underdog being picked to cover the spread. As a 10-point road underdog, St. Louis is projected to lose by a score of 22.8-15.4. The 49ers are 3-0 SU and ATS in their last three games against the Rams and have won each of those games by at least 10 points.