By OddsShark
October 31, 2014

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.

Challenge your friends in FanNation's weekly fantasy football game

Week 9 NFL picks: Can Cowboys avoid their first losing streak of the season?

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.

VRENTAS: Andy Dalton opens up about his future in Cincinnati

Cover-Two: Who's more likely to make the playoffs, Seahawks or 49ers?

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.

Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)