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Every NFL team's record against the spread and more

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Three and seven are generally viewed as "key numbers," but is one more "key" than the other? Through six weeks ...

2021: 15 games decided by exactly 3 points and 5 by exactly 7
2020: 9 games decided by exactly 3 points and 8 by exactly 7
2019: 7 games decided by exactly 3 points and 12 by exactly 7

The Dallas Cowboys remain the lone unbeaten team against the spread. Here are your weekly trends and team-by-team analysis.


AFC East

Buffalo Bills

ATS: 4-2
O/U: 4-2

What we know: The Bills are one of six teams on a bye this week and will be heavily favored in each of their first three games returning to action: vs. Dolphins, at Jaguars and at Jets.

New England Patriots

ATS: 2-4
O/U: 2-4

What we know:The Patriots have won 12 straight home games against the Jets but are just 7-5 ATS over that stretch. Overs are 7-4-1 during this run of dominance, if totals are more your angle as the Jets head to Foxboro this weekend.

Miami Dolphins

ATS: 2-4
O/U: 4-2

What we know: The Dolphins have lost five straight games outright and are 1-4 ATS during that streak (three straight losses ATS). They look to right the ship this weekend against a Falcons team fresh off their bye.

New York Jets

ATS: 1-4
O/U: 2-3

What we know: The Jets have managed a total of 28 points in their past three true road games (Week 5 in London doesn't count as a "true" road game as there is no true "home" team). They head to their house of horrors this weekend in New England.


AFC North

Baltimore Ravens

ATS: 3-3
O/U: 3-3

What we know:The Ravens have won six straight games outright at home (5-1 ATS) while averaging 33.7 points in the process. They host a fun Bengals team on Sunday.

Pittsburgh Steelers

ATS: 2-4
O/U: 1-4-1

What we know: The Steelers are one of six teams on a bye this week and will look to build on consecutive wins when they return to action on Halloween in Cleveland.

Cincinnati Bengals

ATS: 3-3
O/U: 1-5

What we know: The fantasy points pile up from time to time, but don't let that fool you ... Cincinnati's Week 1 game against Minnesota went over the total (in overtime), but its five games since have all gone under Vegas' number. Joe Burrow and company head to Baltimore this weekend for maybe the most watchable game of Week 7.

Cleveland Browns

ATS: 3-3
O/U: 4-2

What we know: The under hit in both games where the Browns played an NFC North team, but the over has cashed in their other four games this season and they play the Broncos on Thursday night ... not a member of the NFC North.


AFC South

Jacksonville Jaguars

ATS: 2-4
O/U: 2-4

What we know: Fresh off of snapping a 20-game skid, the Jags are on bye this week and will look to get a win on U.S. soil when they travel to Seattle in Week 8.

Indianapolis Colts

ATS: 4-2
O/U: 3-3

What we know: The Colts have covered three straight games (at Miami, at Baltimore and last week against Houston). They haven't covered four consecutive weeks since Weeks 3-7 of 2014. They will try to keep the cover train rolling on Sunday night in San Francisco.

Tennessee Titans

ATS: 4-2
O/U: 4-2

What we know: The over hit in all three instances last season where the Titans were playing on shorter than usual rest. In Week 7, that'll be the case, as they host the Chiefs on Sunday after the Bills came to town on Monday night to wrap Week 6.

Houston Texans

ATS: 3-3
O/U: 3-3

What we know: The Texans covered their first two games this season, but they are just 1-3 ATS since, with their lone cover coming in Week 5 against the Patriots. They are among a few massive Week 7 'dogs, as they head to Arizona to face the unbeaten Cardinals.


AFC West

Los Angeles Chargers

ATS: 4-2
O/U: 1-5

What we know: The Chargers are one of six teams on a bye this week and will look to bounce back from their blowout loss in Baltimore when they return to action next weekend against the Patriots.

Denver Broncos

ATS: 3-3
O/U: 2-4

What we know: The under has cashed in five of Denver's past seven road games and the Broncos travel to Cleveland for Thursday Night Football this week.

Las Vegas Raiders

ATS: 3-3
O/U: 3-3

What we know: Don't fall victim to recent bias. Yes, the Week 5 20-9 snooze fest was a pain if you bet the over, but the previous six games in Sin City went over the total. Vegas welcomes the well-rested Eagles to town this weekend.

Kansas City Chiefs

ATS: 2-4
O/U: 4-2

What we know: The Chiefs have covered consecutive road games (Week 4 in Philadelphia and last week in Washington) after going 1-4 ATS in their previous five road games. They travel to Tennessee to face a Titans team on a short work week on Sunday.


NFC East

Washington

ATS: 1-5
O/U: 4-2

What we know:The Washington Football Team is 5-1 outright in their past six road games, covering Vegas' number in four of those games.

New York Giants

ATS: 2-4
O/U: 3-2-1

What we know: Not only are the Giants 0-3 outright this season at home. Not only are the Giants 0-3 ATS this season at home. Their team total has gone well under their posted number on all three occasions, as they've yet to reach 15 points in front of their home fans in 2021. On Sunday, they host a Panthers team coming off a tough overtime loss against the Vikings.

Dallas Cowboys

ATS: 6-0
O/U: 5-1

What we know: The Cowboys are one of six teams on a bye this week and will look to get healthy in time for their Week 8 matchup with the Vikings in Minnesota.

Philadelphia Eagles

ATS: 3-3
O/U: 2-4

What we know: Rest vs rust? The Eagles have lost each of their past three games played on extended rest, failing to score more than 21 points in all three of those games. Coming off of Thursday Night Football, they head to Vegas on a longer than normal work week.


NFC North

Green Bay Packers

ATS: 5-1
O/U: 2-4

What we know: Week 4, 2019. That was the last time a non-NFC North team won a regular season game outright at Lambeau (the Packers have covered 10 of those 14 games). The Football team will look to end that streak on Sunday.

Chicago Bears

ATS: 3-3
O/U: 1-5

What we know: Looking at a team total for this weekend? The Bears have failed to score more than 20 points in three straight road games, the first time doing that since doing so in seven straight bridging the 2016 and 2017 seasons.

Detroit Lions

ATS: 3-3
O/U: 2-4

What we know: In the past 10 instances in which the Lions covered the spread on the road, the under has come through eight times. They will try to slow down the explosive Rams offense on Sunday in Los Angeles.

Minnesota Vikings

ATS: 3-3
O/U: 3-3

What we know: The Vikings are one of six teams on a bye this week and play four of their next six games on the road. If their three road games this season are any indicator (a one-point win, an overtime loss and and overtime win), it should be an exciting stretch.


NFC South

New Orleans Saints

ATS: 3-2
O/U: 2-3

What we know: A game of runs. Last season, the Saints hit the over in each of their first seven games before the total went under in five straight. On the heels of those unders ... three straight overs and then four straight unders. The Saints are coming out of their bye week (at Seattle) having cashed over tickets in both Weeks 4 and 5.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

ATS: 2-4
O/U: 4-2

What we know: Tom Brady covered four of his final six games on extended rest with the Patriots and holds a 4-2 mark ATS in his six such instances with the Bucs. After playing on Thursday night, the Bucs host the Bears on Sunday.

Atlanta Falcons

ATS: 2-3
O/U: 3-2

What we know: The Falcons have lost eight straight games played against non "New York" teams, failing to cover the spread in six of those contests. They play the Dolphins this weekend ... a team that does not qualify as a "New York" team.

Carolina Panthers

ATS: 3-3
O/U: 2-4

What we know: The Panthers have lost eight straight road games outright in which the over hits (last win: Week 6, 2019 in Tampa Bay). They are on the road this weekend as they take on the Giants.


NFC West

Arizona Cardinals

ATS: 5-1
O/U: 3-3

What we know: The Cardinals are 7-4 outright in their past 11 home games, but they have a losing mark in those games ATS (5-6). They host the lowly Texans on Sunday afternoon.

Los Angeles Rams

ATS: 4-2
O/U: 4-1-1

What we know: Over their past 13 home games, the Rams are 9-4 ATS and unders have hit at the exact same rate. Jared Goff and company come to the City of Angels in Week 7.

Seattle Seahawks

ATS: 3-3
O/U: 0-5-1

What we know: Geno Smith got the Seahawks to push the over/under on Sunday Night Football in Week 6, and while that may not sound like an accomplishment, it is when you consider that the under had cashed in 11 of the previous 13 regular season Seattle games. The Seahawks host the Saints in the final game of Week 7.

San Francisco 49ers

ATS: 1-4
O/U: 2-3

What we know: The 49ers are 0-2 ATS at home this season after covering a league-low two home games last season. They will try to flip that trend on Sunday Night Football when they host the Colts.