Spreadapedia: 49 Week 3 Trends That Hit 60% Or Better ATS
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This week we harvested 49 different trends from 14 games that hit (or in some cases miss) better than 60 percent of the time.
Some highlights: Bill Belichick is deadly on the road after a loss; Jim Harbaugh/49ers-Leslie Frazier/Vikings is an ATS mismatch; and Mike Tomlin's Steelers underwhelm on the road.
It's SO easy to find this data with Spreadapedia, above and beyond what we provide each week.
For example, Bill Belichick's Patriots are 22-6 (.786) ATS on the road after a loss. It takes just SECONDS to search these trends. Here's what that trend search looks like on Spreadapedia: first we look up New England Patriots, then coach Bill Belichick, then on the road, then after a loss.
Four clicks and we have our answer!
By the way, this search also reveals that Belichick's Patriots are 65-38-1 (.631) ATS on the road, period.
We handed CHFF Insiders 49 trends this week that hit 60 percent or better ATS. We provide similar lists each week. Here are some of the highlights. You can get the full list today, and every week, by becoming a CHFF Insider.
Philadelphia (-4) at Arizona (over-under 43.5)
Andy Reid is 33-20 (.622) ATS on the road, coming off a game where he did not cover the spread.
New York Giants (-1) @ Carolina (O/U 52)
Tom Coughlin is 16-9-2 ATS (.640) on the road in the regular season coming off a win, against a team coming off a win.
New York Jets (-3) @ Miami (O/U 39.5)
Since 2000, the Jets are 15-7-2 (.682) ATS against the Dolphins
New England Patriots (+3) @ Baltimore (O/U 49)
Bill Belichick's Patriots are 22-6 (.786) ATS on the road after a loss
Buffalo (-3) @ Cleveland (O/U 43.5)
Chan Gailey is 9-19-3 (.321) ATS coming off a game where they covered they spread.
Detroit (-3) @ Tennessee (O/U 47)
Jim Schwartz is 3-1-1 (.750) ATS, and 5-0 SU as a 3 point favorite.
Pittsburgh (-4.5) @ Oakland (44)
Mike Tomlin is 6-12 (.333) ATS on the road, when favored by at least 4.5 points.
Cincinnati (+3.5) @ Washington (O/U 49)
Marvin Lewis is 24-15-1 (.615) ATS on the road, coming off a win.
Tampa Bay (+7) @ Dallas (O/U 46.5)
Since 1978, Tampa Bay is 40-24 (.625) ATS as road underdogs by at least a touchdown, coming off a loss.
Rams (+7.5) @ Chicago (O/U 44.5)
Jeff Fisher is 22-9-1 (.710) ATS when between a 3.5 and 8 point underdog, coming off a win.
San Francisco (-7) @ Minnesota (O/U 43.5)
Jim Harbaugh on the road is 6-3 ATS (.667), and 7-2 SU
Chiefs (+9) @ Saints (O/U 54)
Romeo Crennel is 7-3 (.700) ATS on the road coming off a loss, against a team coming off a loss.
Eagles (-4) @ Arizona (O/U 43.5)
Andy Reid is 17-11 (.607) ATS, 24-3-1 SU on the road, when favored by at least 4 points.
Packers (-3.5) @ Seattle (O/U 47)
Mike McCarthy is 30-17-1 (.638) ATS on the road in the regular season.
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