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NFL GOODIES

By Marc Lawrence — In the past 30 seasons, NY Giants are 7-1 SU and 6-2 ATS when still alive in the playoff race entering Week 17. Dallas is 2-6 outright and 3-5 ATS in those games … Seattle has allowed an NFL-low 13.7 points per game since Week 11, going 5-1 in that stretch. They allowed 29.6 per game through the first 10 weeks of the season, which ranked 28th in the league … Since 1990, teams that have previously clinched home-field advantage throughout the playoffs are 9-23 ATS in Week 17 games … To read more nuggets each team on today’s NFL card click here.

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Victor King from the Playbook Totals Tipsheet shared this on our podcast this week – The Chicago Bears recent offensive surge of 30-plus points in each of their last four games have come against opponents that whose defenses rank No. 32 (Jacksonville), No. 31 (Detroit), No. 30 Houston, and No. 27 (Minnesota). Get today’s season final Playbook Totals Tipsheet here.


Grinding Out The Profits
From this week’s PLAYBOOK Football Newsletter: When Detroit hosts Minnesota in this NFC North finale on Sunday it’s hard to imagine which of these two wounded souls is more depressed than the other. We do know the Vikings are 3-10 SU and 0-13 ATS as road favorites when coming off a SUATS loss and facing a foe coming off a loss. The listless Lions have been outgained in 11 of their fifteen games this year and allowed Tampa Bay a season-high 588 yards in last week’s 40-point whipping. It does set the table though, as home teams coming off a 40-point or worse setback are 17-8-2 ATS since 2000, including 6-0-1 ATS when seeking division revenge (Detroit lost by 14 points at Minnesota in November). Grab the clothespin and the points.
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