NFL betting trends for Week 3

Updated September 22, 2017 - 2:48 pm

The Gold Sheet handicapper Bruce Marshall provides the Review-Journal with NFL tech notes and trends from Goldsheet.com:

Baltimore vs. Jacksonville (at Wembley Stadium, London): The Ravens are on a 16-9-2 under run. The Jaguars are on a 13-6 under run. Edge: Under and slight to Ravens.

Cleveland at Indianapolis: The Colts have gone under the total in nine of their last 12 at home. The Browns are 2-0 to the under this season. Edge: Under.

Pittsburgh at Chicago: Bears coach John Fox is on a 5-1-1 ATS run as a home underdog. The Steelers are on a 10-6 ATS run as road favorites. Edge: Slight to Bears.

Miami at New York Jets: The Dolphins went over in 12 of 16 games last season. The Jets are 5-1-1 ATS in the last seven meetings with Miami and are on a 10-5 ATS run as a home underdog. Edge: Slight to Jets.

Denver at Buffalo: The Broncos have gone under in seven of their last 11 road games. The Bills are 2-0 to the under this season. Edge: Under.

Houston at New England: The Patriots have covered five of the last six meetings with the Texans and are on a 12-4-3 ATS run at home. Edge: Patriots.

New Orleans at Carolina: The Saints have covered the last four meetings, which have been decided by an average of 3½ points. The Panthers have gone under in their last six games. Edge: Under and slight to Saints.

Tampa Bay at Minnesota: The Vikings are on a 11-2 ATS run as home chalk. The Buccaneers went 6-2 ATS as a road underdog last season. Minnesota has gone over in five of its last seven games. Edge: Slight to over.

Atlanta at Detroit: The Falcons are on a 7-2 ATS run on the road and have gone over in 17 of their last 21 games overall. The Lions are 2-5 ATS in their last seven as a home underdog. Edge: Over.

New York Giants at Philadelphia: The Eagles have won and covered five of the last six meetings with the Giants, including the past three at home. New York is on a 15-4 under run but has gone over in its last three games vs. Philadelphia. Edge: Eagles and slight to under.

Seattle at Tennessee: The Titans are on a 14-6-1 over run and 4-9-1 ATS slide as a home underdog. The Seahawks went 1-5 ATS as road chalk last season. Edge: Slight to Seahawks.

Kansas City at Los Angeles Chargers: Chiefs coach Andy Reid is on a 4-0 ATS run on the road vs. the Chargers, and the road team is 7-1 ATS in the last eight meetings between the teams. Reid is 12-2 ATS in his last 14 regular-season road games. The Chargers are 4-11 ATS in their last 15 home games. Edge: Chiefs.

Cincinnati at Green Bay: The Bengals have gone under in six straight games and 21 of 29. Cincinnati is on a 3-8 ATS slide and went 0-4 ATS last season as a road underdog. The Packers are on a 6-2-1 ATS run as Lambeau Field chalk. Edge: Packers and under.

Oakland at Washington: The Raiders are on an 11-2 ATS road run and a 24-12-1 over run in the regular season. The Redskins have covered in 15 of their last 22 regular-season games and have gone over in 18 of 23. Edge: Raiders and over.

Dallas at Arizona (Monday): The Cardinals have gone over in eight of their last nine games. Arizona is on a 6-11 ATS slide at home. Edge: Over and slight to Cowboys.

Las Vegas handicapper Bruce Marshall is editor of The Gold Sheet (Goldsheet.com).

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