[Paris en ligne] Week 16: Bills, Chiefs and Bengals in working order for Christmas

[Paris en ligne] Week 16: Bills, Chiefs and Bengals in working order for Christmas

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 sixteenth week of competition!

Saturday’s combo

Chicago Bears – Buffalo Bills: more than 24.5 points scored by the Bills: odds at 1.79

Already qualified, the Bills are in the race to win the division but also the No. 1 seed in the conference. This move should allow them to take another step in this direction. Even though they held their own against the Eagles, the Bears will likely struggle just as much, if not more, against Buffalo in icy conditions. The Bills offense has enough shots to dominate a defense that hasn’t won a ball in the last 4 home losses.

Kansas City Chiefs – Seattle Seahawks: more than 47.5 points scored in total: odds at 1.74

The Seahawks have lost 3 of their 4 games since the rest week with an average of 28.5 points against per game during this period. It’s not the right recipe for success against Kansas City, which came away from Houston with a narrow victory. The Chiefs are finally back home after 3 road games, and they need to win or see Buffalo soar in the conference. Between two of the best attacks in the league, the show should be there.

New England Patriots – Cincinnati Bengals: more than 22.5 points scored by the Bengals: odds 1.74

Cincinnati, which continues to chain the victories, against the Patriots who have lost 3 of their last 4 games, the last of which in a completely crazy way. The Bengals are in great shape with 6 straight wins, with a defense that has allowed just 88.3 rushing yards per game during that span. Joe Burrow showed composure to get the better of Tom Brady and the Buccaneers. He will give the same feeling to Bill Belichick and the Patriots’ suddenly struggling air defense.

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Sunday’s combo

Miami Dolphins – Green Bay Packers: more than 26.5 points scored by the Dolphins: odds at 1.71

The last hopes of playoffs fly away this week for Green Bay. After 3 straight away losses, the Dolphins can’t afford to lose another game. Back on their land, they should take malicious pleasure in ridiculing a defense that is too inconsistent and that will miss too many important actions.

Los Angeles Rams – Denver Broncos: more than 36.5 points scored in total: odds at 1.76

Can the Rams offense be trusted to beat the Broncos’ solid defense? And before answering this question, can we trust the Broncos’ offense to win against a still respectable Rams defense? As you will have understood, the scoreboard is not likely to reach heights in this duel.

Arizona Cardinals – Tampa Bay Buccaneers: less than 16.5 points scored by the Cardinals: odds at 1.82

Kyler Murray is out for the rest of the season and now Colt McKoy is dealing with the effects of a concussion, it could be very complicated for the Cardinals offensively. And on the other side of the ball, it’s not much better. Opposite, the Buccaneers are unable to maintain a suitable level over the entirety of a meeting. But if they want to extend the adventure a little in January, they have no other choice but to come away with victory.

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In short

. Browns–Saints: last week, Cleveland’s defense proved solid against a limited air attack. The squad will have to do the same against the Saints who have not shone against the AFC North teams this season. Since the return of Deshaun Watson, the Browns have a 2-1 loss record and have allowed just 13.3 points per game. In the cold and outdoors, they should be able to outplay their opponents to come a little closer to a balanced balance sheet. Browns win by 4 points or more: odds at 2.01

. Titans-Texans: only the winner of AFC South will go to the playoffs this year. Tennessee therefore knows what remains to be done. But Mike Vrabel’s men have just chained 4 losses in a row and now have only one victory ahead of the Jaguars. In this context, the arrival of the Texans seems to be the right remedy to get back on its feet. But be careful, even if they seem promised at 1er draft choice next spring, Lovie Smith’s men do not intend to give up so easily. Houston remains on two games where they have not gone far from a feat against the Cowboys and the Chiefs. Problem, they can not stop the opposing running game (167.5 yards conceded per game on average, 32nd NFL) and against Derrick Henry, this could be detrimental. Over 20.5 points scored by the Titans: odds at 1.75

. Vikings–Giants: the last game against the Colts showed why the Vikings can win or lose to anyone this season. But as long as they play to their full potential, Minnesota is armed enough to overcome Giants too limited offensively. Vikings win by 4 points or more: odds at 1.75

. Panthers-Lions: both teams are still in contention for a playoff spot at this stage of the season. The big question is whether the improving Lions defense can push Sam Darnold into making mistakes. With the exception of DJ Moore, Terrace Marshall Jr being used sporadically, and a solid backfield, Darnold doesn’t have much to work with. Jared Goff is better armed and also plays with confidence. Detroit has won its last two away games and should be able to complete the pass of three to continue dreaming of the final stages. Lions win by 4 points or more: odds 1.96

. Ravens–Falcons: will Lamar Jackson make a comeback? The Ravens desperately need him if they want to stay in touch with the over-motivated Bengals as the playoffs approach. Opposite, the Falcons were competitive with Desmond Ridder in charge thanks to a dominant ground game. It won’t happen again against the Ravens’ defense, putting the rookie quarterback in awkward situations. The match should be played in the trenches with few points on the program. Less than 37.5 points scored in total: odds at 1.75

. 49ers – Commanders: it’s going to take a perfect game for the Commanders to beat the in-form 49ers. It’s hard to imagine that’s going to happen. Only one of their wins this season has come against a team with a positive record and they are coming off two underperformances against the Giants in 3 weeks. On the side of San Francisco, Brock Purdy has far exceeded all expectations since taking office and the aspirations of participating in the Super Bowl remain intact. Especially with this formidable defense. They should be able to prove it again this week. Less than 14.5 points scored by the Commanders: odds at 1.77

. Cowboys–Eagles: the Cowboys have won the last 4 meetings at home against the Eagles, including three with a large lead. Dallas needs to bounce back from their loss to Jacksonville, a game in which they gave up 503 yards. Philadelphia will face Dak Prescott this time instead of Cooper Rush – and the latter has a 7-3 record against the Eagles. With Jalen Hurts (shoulder) questionable, Dallas has a good chance of winning. Cowboys win by 4 points or more: odds at 1.65

. Steelers–Raiders: the Raiders face a tougher Steelers defense since the return of TJ Watt. With its highs and lows, Las Vegas is difficult to analyze from week to week, but they are less reliable on the road. The Steelers have won 3 of their last 4 games, and they’ve allowed 17 or fewer points in that span. This should once again be the case with a defensive battle in prospect. More than 39.5 points scored in total: odds at 1.79

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