Like NFLbets said (wrote?) before: This is getting ridiculous. In all games thus far in 2022, unders are a crazy 57-37-1, including an absolutely insane 10-4 in week 6. So NFLbets went directly to a mindset of betting overs – and were immediately rewarded when Saints-Cardinals nearly hit the over by halftime. In week 7, NFLbets found a good three more games suitable for some scoreboard spinning, by our reckoning.
Bet along with NFL bets on:
• Atlanta Falcons at Cincinnati Bengals, over 47½ points. Neither defense has been particularly outstanding and Burrow-to-Chase may finally be reawakening after two TD strikes this week. But most compelling of all is that unders are a crazy 5-1 in Bengals games this season. The oddsmakers think Cincy is good for more than their average 23.0 points in this game, and so does NFLbets.
• Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Chargers, over/under 51 points. Getting these teams to 51 points seems like something of a stretch but we’re going on the assumption that the Seahawks cover the 5 points and that the Chargers can score on anyone. Plus, just visualize that 24-24 game heading into overtime – you know it could happen…
Houston Texans +7 at Las Vegas Raiders, over/under 45½ points. Vegas has averaged 25.0 points per game and are coming off a bye week. Houston is also coming off the bye week at 3-1-1 ATS and have yet to lose by more than 10 points, while the Raiders defense is bottom-5 in points allowed and turnovers generated. NFLbets realizes the sportsbooks are wary of these over/unders, but this line looks like a serious underestimation…
– written by Os Davis
The Cowboys and 49ers meet for the second straight postseason. Both teams advanced out of Wild Card weekend with double digit victories. San Francisco had a slow start against the Seahawks, trailing by one at half, but won 41-23.
The Las Vegas Raiders finished with a 6-11 record at the end of the season. Several players performed well, but some disappointed many. The team had a lot of hype, and some players exceeded expectations.
Dallas Cowboys lost to the 49ers in the Wild Card Round last year. They will play them in San Francisco on Sunday.
The San Francisco 49ers beat Seattle Seahawks 41-23. They will play Dallas Cowboys in the Divisional playoff round on Sunday, January 22nd at 3:30 pm PT (FOX). The 49er's are favored by 3.5 points.
There are two questions that will define the Las Vegas Raiders' offseason.
Brett Maher missed four extra points in Dallas' 31-14 victory over Tampa Bay. The game's Over/Under closed at 45.5 at FOX Bet. If Maher had scored one extra point, the game would have ended with 45 points. Most of the bets were on Maher to earn more than 2. 5 extra-points. He finished 1-for-5. Jerry Jones said Dallas will not try to replace the kicker this week.