Eye-Opening Betting Advice On Week 16 NFL Games

Posted by Peter Brennan on Monday,December 19, 2016 4:14, EDT in

With the 2016 NFL regular season just about complete, pro football bettors are looking to make the most out of their final few regular season wagers.

That’s where I come in. Thanks to my tip for every Week 16 NFL matchup, you’re going to be able to maximize your NFL betting bucks. Now, let’s get started.

Here’s A Closer Look At The Eye-Opening Betting Advice On Week 16 NFL Games

 

 

Thursday, December 22, 2016

NY Giants -3 at Philadelphia

Betting Advice: The Philadelphia Eagles are 7-3 SU and ATS in the last 10 meetings, but the G-Men are shutting people down like nobody’s business lately while going 7-2 ATS over their last nine games.

Saturday, December 24

Minnesota at Green Bay -6.5

Betting Advice: The Packers have gone 6-3-1 SU in the last 10 meetings. Minnesota could barely move the ball in their pitiful 34-6 loss to Indy this past weekend. Green Bay is 5-2 ATS in their L/7 home games against the Vikes.

Washington -4 at Chicago

Betting Advice: The Bears have lost five straight but have managed to cover the spread in each contest. Still, Washington is 6-1 ATS in their L/7 road dates against the Bears and a robust 8-2 ATS in their L/10 road dates overall.

Atlanta at Carolina

Betting Advice: The Falcons have scored 41 points or more in two straight games and spanked Carolina by 15 points on October 2.

San Diego -6 at Cleveland

Betting Advice: A whopping 73 percent of the betting public already likes Philip Rivers and the high-scoring Chargers to cover as less than a touchdown fave…and now I’m like… ya’ think?

New York Jets at New England -16.5

Betting Tip: The Jets aren’t winning, but keep in mind that they’ve gone 6-0-1 ATS in their last seven games against Tom Brady and company.

Tennessee -4.5 at Jacksonville

Betting Advice: A compelling 76 percent of betting enthusiasts like Tennessee and so do I after watching Marcus Mariota continue his maturation process this past weekend and Jacksonville’s Blake Bortles throw yet another disgraceful interception on Sunday. Besides, the Titans won by two touchdowns in their earlier meeting this season.

Miami at Buffalo -4

Betting Advice: 55 percent of public bettors like the Fins, who I expect to be even better with Matt Moore under center than they were with mediocre Ryan Tannehill calling the shots. Miami is 7-1-1 ATS in its last nine games and Buffalo is 2-5-1 ATS over its last eight.

Indianapolis at Oakland -4

Betting Advice: The Raiders (11-3) have the better record by far, but you should know that these two Super Bowl hopeful teams average – and allow – nearly identical points totals and that the Colts are 4-0-1 ATS in their last five road dates.

Tampa Bay at New Orleans -3

Betting Advice: The Saints want some revenge for their 16-11 road loss to the Bucs on December 11, but times are changing and the Buccaneers are completely desperate, not to mention 5-0 ATS in their last five road games.

Arizona at Seattle-9

Betting Advice: 59 percent of the betting public likes Seattle to win by double digits, but I’m not so sure, particularly seeing as how these NFC West rivals played to a pitiful 6-6 tie in late October.

San Francisco at L.A. Rams -4

Betting Advice: The best advice I can give you is to tell you not to watch this affair or you’ll turn to stone. Seriously though, I guess the rams are the pick because of their superior defense and the fact that they’re playing at home….I guess.

Cincinnati at Houston -2.5

Betting Advice: The Texans find ways to win games while the Bengals keep finding new ways to lose them! Oh, Houston looked much better with Tom Savage under center on Sunday as opposed to the pedestrian Brock Osweiler.

 

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Baltimore at Pittsburgh -4.5

Betting Advice: Six of the last 10 meetings between these division rivals have been decided by three points or less and I expect this one will be too!

Denver at Kansas City -4

Betting Advice: The Chiefs will have added motivation after losing this weekend while Denver’s offensive struggles almost started a locker room brouhaha with Von Miller playing WWE superstar ‘The Rock’.

Monday, December 26, 2016

Detroit at Dallas -7

Betting Advice: A whopping 69 percent of the betting public like Detroit to cover as a touchdown dog despite their 2-4 ATS mark in their last six road dates. I simply say, there won’t be a bunch of defense being played in this intriguing affair.