For the seventh consecutive year, TDActu in partnership with Unibet, offers you every week a detour on our favorites and the most interesting odds of the upcoming Sunday matches. Here are the ones that caught our attention for this fifteenth week of competition!
Minnesota Vikings – Indianapolis Colts: Vikings win by 5 points or more: odds at 1.76
The Vikings have a 6-1 record at home, while the Colts have won only 2 road games this season, each time against teams with negative records. After the defeat against the Lions, Kevin O’Connell’s men will want to bounce back to take the division title and validate their place in the playoffs.
Cleveland Browns – Baltimore Ravens: less than 38.5 points scored: odds at 1.74
With 276 yards through the air and a touchdown pass, Deshaun Watson showed signs of improvement in the Browns’ loss to Cincinnati. On the Baltimore side, Lamar Jackson is still absent and his replacement Tyler Huntley remains doubtful after the concussion suffered in the victory against Pittsburgh. The Ravens’ last 4 games against divisional opponents have not resulted in offensive fests. It will be the fifth.
Buffalo Bills – Miami Dolphins: less than 24.5 points scored by the Bills: odds at 1.74
This is a battle between two struggling attacks, which usually results in a tight game where the defenses take the upper hand. In this case, the Bills have every chance of winning thanks to their elite squad which has been gaining momentum in recent weeks. Especially since they are playing at home, in climatic conditions which are likely to cause problems for their division rival.
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Chicago Bears – Philadelphia Eagles: less than 19.5 points scored by the Bears: odds at 1.77
The Bears had a week off to prepare for the Philadelphia machine. The Eagles have already won 7 games by 9 or more points this season, while Chicago has lost 4 games by 9 or more points. Justin Fields’ teammates remain on a 6-game losing streak with an average of 33.5 points allowed per game on average. Faced with the best attack in the league in terms of points scored per game, the downward spiral is about to stop.
Carolina Panthers – Pittsburgh Steelers: less than 38.5 points scored in total: odds at 1.77
It should be a physical and defensive game on each side, which will be decided on the success of the 3e attempt and ball losses. Pittsburgh lost such a game against the Ravens at home and it will happen again against the Panthers who return from a victorious trip to Seattle where their runners shone.
Washington Commanders – New York Giants: more than 22.5 points scored by the Commanders: odds at 1.74
These two teams drew two weeks ago. The Commanders are coming off a week off, while the Giants are losing momentum after 3 losses in the past 4 weeks. New York has granted an average of 426 yards in the past 3 weeks and has just taken a real knockout on the lawn of Philadelphia. A perilous new trip to a division rival looms this week. This time the game will be tighter but the result will be the same.
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. Saints–Falcons: the Falcons, who are just one game away from Tampa Bay for the division lead, are ready to throw Desmond Ridder into the deep end. The rookie should be an improvement over Marcus Mariota, but he lacks people around him to help him raise the level of the team. Barring an unforeseen injury to Alvin Kamara or Chris Olave, New Orleans has enough skill on both sides of the ball to win. Saints win by 4 points or more: odds at 1.71
. Jets-Lions: the Jets have a positive record against the Lions who are riding a series of 5 wins in 6 games, and need a success to stay in the race for the playoffs. For New York, Mike White is uncertain and nothing indicates for the moment if he will be able to hold his place. Fortunately, the men in green can count on a formidable defense (18.7 points conceded per game, 6e NFL) to get the upper hand on the 5e league offense in runs scored (26.8). Victory of the Jets: odds at 1.80
. Jaguars–Cowboys: after the win over the Texans, the Cowboys will probably take the Jaguars a little more seriously. After all, their defense has only twice given up 28 or more points this season. On the Florida side, the Trevor Lawrence effect seems to be working and, even if the results are mixed, Jacksonville has won 3 of the last 5 games. A close match in perspective placed under the sign of the offensive? It’s entirely possible. More than 47.5 points scored in total: odds at 1.75
. Texans–Chiefs: the Chiefs certainly left with the victory of the Rockies but they provided a disappointing performance by letting Denver come back when they were comfortably in the lead. They will correct their problems in Houston. The Texans will try to contain Patrick Mahomes’ deep passes with Lovie Smith’s famous Cover-2, but it will open up plenty of space in the middle zone for Travis Kelce and the other targets at hand. Their opportunistic defense will also make bursts in order to leave with a new victory. More than 31.5 points scored by the Chiefs: odds at 1.79
. Broncos–Cardinals: the Cardinals lost Kyler Murray on Monday night, and the Broncos lost Russell Wilson on Sunday afternoon. Murray (knee) won’t play again this season and Wilson (concussion) is very doubtful after a frightening head injury. Colt McCoy vs. Brett Rypien is a coin toss match where the team with the better defense – namely Denver – will win. Over 19.5 points scored by the Broncos: odds at 1.77
. Raiders – Patiots: Bill Belichick’s Patriots will have the right defensive scheme to thwart Josh McDaniels’ offensive system. They will first try to contain Josh Jacobs before putting pressure on Derek Carr by pushing him to turn to other targets than Davante Adams. Mac Jones and the Patriots’ running game will find success in a balanced, wide-range offense against a defense that doesn’t have many weapons besides Maxx Crosby and former Patriot’ Chandler Jones. Victory of the Patriots: odds at 1.83
. Chargers–Titans: the Chargers have finally found a way to win tight games and thanks to that, they still have every chance to hang the playoffs. Problem, their defense which cash 147.0 yards in the trenches (28e NFL) will face bulldozer Derrick Henry. It will be a difficult match for the 2 teams which should give birth to a close result with a measured total of points. Less than 46.5 points scored: odds at 1.83
. Buccaneers–Bengals: the Bengals are one of the most in-form teams around, and the Buccaneers, one of the most erratic. At home, Tom Brady’s teammates will want to wash away the insult of the stinging setback against the 49ers. The defense is able to hold off Joe Burrow and company for quite some time to stay alive in this game. But Cincinnati has proven they know how to win in a number of different ways this season. It is up to them to confirm this trend once again. Over 23.5 points scored by the Bengals: odds at 1.70
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