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Sunday's Betting Tips
Sunday's Betting Tips
Pro Football Betting Odds & Top Matchups for November 11 2012
Pro Football Sports Lines and Odds
Can't wait for the NFL to start this week? Here's a little betting primer for the top NFL games on Sunday. Here at ATS Sports Line, we are looking forward to another spectacular day of football winners! Here is a brief look at the top five games of the day.
Get ready for a fantastic Sunday of NFL football!
Atlanta (8-0) at New Orleans (3-5)
Last year: NEW ORLEANS (pk) over Atlanta, 45-16; New Orleans (+7) over Atlanta, 26-23. Atlanta is coming off a 19-13 win over Atlanta, as they continue to find ways to win without looking pretty. New Orleans is coming off a very strong performance on Monday night, holding Philadelphia to just 13 (28-13 win). If given time, QB Matt Ryan will havea huge game. Atlanta goes against a team that has the 2nd-ranked passing offense in the league and finally started to establish the run last week with Chris Ivory and Mark Ingram. New Orleans is 9-2 ATS L11 following a SU win. NFL Odds: Atlanta is a 2.5-point favorite. Total: 53.5.
NY Jets (3-5) at Seattle (5-4)
The Jets are coming off a bye but they could use four weeks off and they can’t solve all their problems. The Jets (3-5) have the 26th-ranked passing offense with Mark Sanchez at qb, who has 1,736 yards passing with 10 TDs, 8 INTs and 7 fumbles. In their five losses, he has a qb rating of 65.3. Seattle ranks 7th against the pass (206.8ypg) and 11th against the run (102.4ypg). Their biggest problem has been their passing game though rookie QB Russell Wilson did throw for three TDs last week. Seattle is 4-0 ATS L4 home games. NFL Odds: Seattle is a 6-point favorite. Total: 38.5.
Denver Broncos (4-3) at Cincinnati Bengals (3-4)
Denver is coming of a 34-14 win last Sunday night over New Orleans, while Cincy is coming off a bye. On Oct. 21, they fell at home to Pittsburgh, 24-17. Peyton Manning has never lost the Bengals, and his Broncos seek a third straight victory while dealing host Cincinnati a fourth consecutive defeat. The future Hall of Famer posted a league-best 127.9 passer rating while throwing 12 touchdowns to only one interception since they got off to a 1-2 start. Cincinnati has turned the ball over eight times during its losing streak which has wiped away a promising 3-1 start. Denver is 8-1 ATS in 1st of BB road games. NFL Line: Denver is a 3.5-point favorite. Total: 47.5.
Pittsburgh Steelers (4-3) at New York Giants (6-2)
Pittsburgh is coming off a 27-12 home win and has now won two straight. The Giants and Eli Manning has won eight straight against AFC teams (SU). The Giants are +13 in turnover margin. Manning has been sacked just twice in 176 attempts sine Week 3. Pittsburgh ranks first in the AFC in defense but they aren't forcing turnovers as they once did. They are still ranked in the top 5 in pass defense, third-down defense and red-zone defense. Pittsburgh is 1-7 ATS L8 road games.. Pro Football Lines: NY Giants are a 3-point favorite with a total of 47. 5
Houston (7-1) at Chicago (7-1)
Is there a hotter team than the Chicago Bears? Maybe the Houston Texans who are coming to Soldier Field for what should be a great matchup. Chicago is looking to win seven straight for the first time in six years. The Bears calling card has always been their defense and this year is no different. Chicago is second in the NFL in scoring defense at 15ppg, tied for third with 25 sacks and leads the league with an incredible 28 forced turnovers. They are coming off a 51-20 rout of Tennessee. Chicago is 7-1-1 ATS L9 in November. NFL Line: Chicago is a 1-point favorite. Total of 40.5.