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PATS FACE TOUGHEST IN 2020

By Marc Lawrence — Earlier this week CBS Sports released a list of the teams with the most difficult schedules heading into the 2020 season. The New England Patriots had the biggest cupcake of a schedule during the first half of the season last year. They will pay the price this season. After enjoying a nice reprieve by playing the AFC East over the years, the New England Patriots face the toughest schedule this season. But which teams have the easiest schedules in the NFL this coming season? That designation belongs to the Baltimore Ravens, whose opponents won just under 44% of their games in 2019. The Pittsburgh Steelers follow close behind, followed by the Dallas Cowboys, Cleveland Browns and Washington Redskins. For more on the easiest NFL schedules for the 2020 season click here.
NBA Trend Of the Day
From this week’s NBA Day To Day Trends in the Playbook Basketball Newsletter: The Houston Rockets are 6-0 ATS at home versus Atlantic Division foes. Tonight’s opponent, the New York Knicks, are 0-7 ATS in two days of rest versus one day of rest situations.

Grinding Out The Profits
After knocking of the No. 1 team in the land on Saturday, and avenging a home loss in the process, it would be no surprise to find Kansas coming up flat tonight. Especially knowing they are 11-21-1 ATS in their series against Oklahoma State, including 1-4 ATS when coming off a SU underdog win. Hold your nose and grab the points.
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