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Undefeated teams lead way in NFL Week 6

| 18.10.2015

Following the Atlanta Falcons’ shocking 31-21 loss to the New Orleans Saints on Thursday night, just five NFL teams remain undefeated this season.

Each will be in action on Sunday, starting with the Cincinnati Bengals, who travel to Buffalo to take on the Bills as 3-point road favourites in NFL betting with Coral.

Bengals improved to a perfect 5-0 with a 27-24 overtime win over the Seattle Seahawks, recording a push as 3-point home favourites, to remain undefeated ATS with a 4-0-1 record.

Cincinnati enters Sunday’s game as slim chalk for the fifth time this season, and despite their strong record, has been favoured by more than 3.5 points only once in their last 14 outings, going 8-5-1 ATS during that stretch.

Buffalo eked out a 14-13 win over the Tennessee Titans last week, but continue to struggle with consistency, recording consecutive SU wins just once over their past nine contests.


Bills’ inconsistency extends in the betting, where they are a middling 4-3 ATS in their past seven, following a four-game ATS win streak, but are a dependable 5-2 SU and 6-1 ATS in their last seven as home underdogs.

The 5-0 Denver Broncos are also on the road this weekend, favoured by 3.5 points against the Cleveland Browns.

Broncos have been getting it done this year with strong defense, holding opponents to a league-leading 278 yards per game, and just 15.8 points per game. But they have struggled to generate offense, particularly with their passing game, which ranks 23rd in the NFL.

Quarterback Peyton Manning has averaged 247 passing yards per game, and has thrown just six touchdown passes against seven interceptions.

Browns are riding high following a 33-30 comeback win over the Baltimore Ravens, improving to 2-3 SU on the season. Cleveland remains a poor 2-8 SU in their last 10, and are winless SU in their last six against the Broncos, 1-5 ATS. However, the Browns have rewarded sports bettors by going 8-2 ATS in their last 10 as underdogs.

Carolina Panthers look for their fifth SU win of the season when they visit the struggling Seahawks as 5.5-point underdogs in American Football betting at Coral.



Daniel Coyle