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Betting Cheat Sheet NFL Week 9

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Another week of NFL betting action is in the books. If you’re gearing up for the upcoming slate of Week 9 NFL action, then what could be better than a complete cheat sheet for every NFL game on the upcoming docket?

Betting Cheat Sheet NFL Week 9

Buffalo -3.5 at NY Jets
Thursday, Nov. 2 8:25 PM ET

The Bills are the only one-loss ATS team (5-1-1 ATS) in the league people! But then again, the Jets are 5-0 ATS in their last five home games. Still, it’s kind of hard to win when you can’t score. The Bills win and cover!

Indianapolis at Houston -13
Sun. Nov. 5 1:00 PM ET CBS

Houston is 5-1 ATS in its last 6 games and the Colts are trying really hard to get Chuck Pagano fired. Oh, did I forget to mention that Deshaun Watson is a flat-out star?

Tampa Bay at New Orleans -7
Sun. Nov. 5 1:00 PM ET FOX

New Orleans (5-2 ATS) has won five straight and Tampa Bay (1-5-1 ATS) looks like a ‘hot mess’ having lost four straight as the young people say!

Baltimore at Tennessee (OFF)
Sun. Nov. 5 1:00 PM ET CBS

Baltimore blew Miami out of the water 40- while Tennessee looked awful in squeaking past Cleveland 12-9. Based on their most recent performances, the Ravens are the pick in this one…I guess.

Atlanta at Carolina -2
Sun. Nov. 5 1:00 PM ET FOX

Don’t watch this game or you could go blind! Seriously, does anyone know what to make of these two wildly inconsistent NFC South playoff hopefuls right now? I like Carolina at home. No, make that Atlanta. Hold on, I’m going with the Panthers. Oh hell!

Cincinnati at Jacksonville -4.5
Sun. Nov. 5 1:00 PM ET CBS

The Bengals are completely desperate and have a solid defense that gives up just over 19.0 points per game. Oh, did I forget to mention that Andy Dalton is way better than Blake Bortles on his worst day and that Cincy is 4-1 ATS in their last five road games?

LA Rams -3.5 at NY Giants
Sun. Nov. 5 1:00 PM ET FOX

It’s a new day people. Jared Goff and the Rams are on their way up the ladder while Eli Manning and the Giants are clearly heading in the opposite direction. The Giants simply don’t have enough offensive firepower to keep up with the Rams in this one!

Denver at Philadelphia -7.5
Sun. Nov. 5 1:00 PM ET CBS

The Broncos are 0-3 ATS on the road this season following their Monday night loss to Kansas City as a 7-point road dog. More importantly, Denver would probably sell its franchise ‘soul’ to have Philly’s Carson Wentz as its franchise quarterback as opposed to Trevor Siemian. The Eagles addition of beast rusher Jay Ajayi makes Philly unstoppable.

Arizona -2.5 at San Francisco
Sun. Nov. 5 4:05 PM ET FOX

It’s all fine and well that San Francisco went out and signed Jimmy Garoppolo, but I personally would have stuck with rookie C.J. Beathard at this point. Either way, I like the completely desperate Cardinals to get the road win in this Week 9 NFC West matchup to record their sixth straight win over the 49ers.

Washington at Seattle -7
Sun. Nov. 5 4:05 PM ET FOX

Seattle’s defense didn’t couldn’t stop Deshaun Watson last week, but then again, no has this season. Still, after watching Russell Wilson lead Seattle to a pair of 40-point-plus performances over his last four games, I like Seattle to win and cover the chalk against a Washington team that is really missing DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon.

Kansas City at Dallas PK
Sun. Nov. 5 4:25 PM ET CBS

I don’t know why the Cowboys are a Pick ‘Em after opening as a 1-point favorite on Monday when the Kansas City Chiefs are clearly the better team in all three phases. Oh well, take the ‘free money’ in this one as Kansas City rolls to improve on its incendiary 10-1 ATS mark in its last 11 games!

Oakland -3 at Miami
Sun. Nov. 5 8:30 PM ET NBC

The Raiders got blown out by Buffalo last week. The Dolphins got shut out by Baltimore last week. Oakland is a road favorite in this one. The Miami brain trust traded one of their top two offensive players signaling the white flag.

Detroit -2.5 at Green Bay
Mon. Nov. 6 8:30 PM ET ESPN

The Lions should be jumping for joy that Aaron Rodgers is sidelined for this Week 9 Monday Night Football affair. it’s that simple. Detroit wins in Green Bay for like the first time since JFK was in office!