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Published : 26.03.2014 | Author : admin | Categories : MLB Sport Betting Picks
The Cincinnati Bengals are the only NFL team without a loss against the spread this season. A few of the NFL’s best teams are back in action in Week 8, as three undefeated teams return from their bye weeks.
The favorites got the better of the underdogs in Week 7, covering eight of 14 point spreads. Below are picks against the spread for every game in Week 8, as well as updated betting odds at Las Vegas casinos.
The Dolphins are an intriguing pick, since they have looked so good under new head coach Dan Campbell and they are getting more than a touchdown. Both teams were expected to contend for playoff spots this year, but they’ve already combined to lose 11 games. Atlanta’s offense has sputtered over the last three weeks, scoring just 50 points in regulation.
This might be the most difficult game on the schedule to predict, considering how inconsistent both teams have been in 2015. Colin Kaepernick has not looked like a capable NFL starting quarterback against good defenses, and he’s in for another rough day in Week 8. It’s a game between two bad teams that have both been virtually knocked out of playoff contention. The Jets and Raiders have been two of the biggest surprises in the NFL this year, and it looks like they’ll be in contention throughout the regular season. Denver has lost just two regular-season home games with Peyton Manning at quarterback, and they are one of five unbeaten teams remaining.

When Andrew Luck wasn’t playing, the Colts were exposed as having one of the NFL's worst rosters.
Not only have the Packers, Broncos, Bengals, Panthers and Patriots not lost a game straight up, but none of them have more than one loss against the spread in 2015. But even though they are banged up, the signs point towards New England winning by double-digits.
Teddy Bridgewater has lost six of eight games away from home, and the Bears have beaten the Vikings five straight times in Chicago. The Saints might have the slight edge, considering they are home and have won three of their last four games.
The signal caller has thrown for 351 yards and no touchdowns in three games against the Cardinals, Packers and Seahawks, who all rank in the top eight in scoring defense.
Cleveland has been feisty for a 2-5 team, suffering three of those losses by one possession, and the Browns are 11-4-1 against the spread as underdogs under Mike Pettine. Matt Cassel was even worse than Brandon Weeden in his first start with the team, throwing three interceptions against the Giants.
But Manning is a shell of his old self, and with seven touchdown passes and 10 interceptions he’s played like one of the worst quarterbacks in the NFL. Now that Luck is back on the field, Indianapolis still doesn’t have a top quarterback, as he continues to throw multiple interceptions a game. Mettenberger is 0-7 in his career as a starter, leading Tennessee to just 15 points per game in those starts. Miami’s last two victories have come against two of the NFL’s worst teams, and the Patriots are essentially unbeatable at home.

Kansas City allowed 31 points per game through the first four weeks, but they haven’t allowed more than 17 points in a contest since then, and they could win their second straight on Sunday morning.
The Falcons should have beaten the Titans by more than three points in Week 7, and Atlanta is the smart pick, as long as the line remains seven points or less.
The Giants were blown out by the Eagles and barely beat Matt Cassel and the Cowboys in the last two weeks, making it difficult to pick them on the road this week.
The Rams have only given up four offensive touchdowns in the last four weeks, and the 49ers could be held out of the end zone completely in St. Seattle still has one of the NFL’s best pass defenses, and they’ll wreak havoc on Dallas’ offense, looking to prove that they are still one of the favorites in the NFC. Luck is still battling a shoulder injury, and there’s little reason to believe the Colts will beat the Panthers, who continue to win games.
The Bengals are the only team that hasn’t lost against the spread, and that streak should finally come to an end in Week 8. Playing at home against a team that has allowed at least 24 points in every contest, the Ravens are likely to get their second win of the year.
Oakland lost a close game at home to Denver, and they might suffer the same fate against the Jets, who have one of the NFL’s best defenses.
Carolina has won 10 consecutive regular-season games, and five of their last seven wins have come by at least seven points.

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