What do you need to know before picking NFL spreads?

This week, we look at two contenders for the NFC North title. The San Francisco 49ers are 3-1 ATS on the road under Kyle Shanahan, and they’ll try to extend their winning streak against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Both teams have strong defenses, and while Aaron Rodgers is on the sidelines due to injury, the Packers have been a tough out. However, we don’t expect them to cover the spread at Arrowhead. We expect the Niners to cover the spread in this game, and a loss for both will hurt the team’s chances in the division.

Buffalo and Miami were both underrated before the bye week. While the Bills are a solid bet against the Jaguars, Miami was an underrated team before its bye week. In addition, the Bears might struggle against a superior Baltimore team, but they’ll avoid being embarrassed by two sub-par teams in a row. While they’re unlikely to cover the spread again, they’re a good bet if you want to bet against the NFL consensus.

In this week’s NFL game, the spreads are wide but likely close games. Injuries could affect certain outcomes, so you need to be cautious. Take the Chiefs and the Rams at home, and bet on a big home win. Likewise, you can’t afford to bet on the underdogs in this game. For this reason, we recommend avoiding betting on this game. The odds are high for Denver, but we don’t want to bet against the underdog.

This week, Washington is expected to be healthier, but their offense is not. The Buccaneers will cover the spread and win 34-20. The Chargers have an impressive record at home, and their offense should have a big boost after their loss to the Lions. As a result, the Steelers aren’t worth betting against the Rams. The Bengals and Titans are both a good bet for this week.

In the last week, the Chiefs and Lions were both blown out by Vegas’s Super Bowl predictions, but this week’s numbers look a little more normal. In the AFC West, they have a slight favorite, but they also have a pick-’em matchup and are 5-4. You can’t really call a winner and a loser. You can’t predict this week’s NFL Against the Spread Picks.

This week, the Vikings have a weak defense, while the Steelers have an excellent pass defense. They are a good choice for the spread, but the Vikings do not play well at home. With a shaky defense, we’ll go with the Dolphins. They’ll cover the spread and stay in the game. But they’ve lost the last two in Atlanta and Miami. If the Ravens win this game, they’ll cover the spread.