Monday’s Den: Wrapping up a sports Sunday

Raiders 30, Patriots 24
— Raiders scored bizarre defensive TD at 0:00, intercepting a lateral.
— Raiders had tied game on 30-yard TD pass with 0:32 left.
— Las Vegas won four of last five games, with two wins in OT, plus this.
— Raiders also blew another double-digit halftime lead (17-3).
— Last 13 games, Las Vegas’ opponent is 9-3-1 against its team total.

— Carr threw an awful pick-6 in 3rd quarter when Raiders led 17-3.
— New England is 7-0 giving up 17 or less points, 0-7 giving up 20+.
— Patriots are 1-5 SU when game goes over total, 6-2 if it stays under.
— Last five games, Patriots converted 15-61 third down plays.
— Raiders also scored a TD with 0:05 left in first half. 

Jaguars 40, Cowboys 34 OT
— Prescott threw a 52-yard pick-6 in overtime.
— Dallas led 27-10 with 5:00 left in third quarter.
— Jaguars outgained Dallas, 503-397.
— Cowboys were 9-16 on third down, Jaguars 8-12.
— Over is 6-1 in  last seven Cowboy games.

— Jaguars’ last six drives: 31 plays, 278 yards, 24 points.
— Zay Jones caught six passes for 109 yards, three TD’s.
— Jacksonville is 4-2 SU in last five games after a 2-6 start.
— Jaguars are 4-0 ATS this season as a home underdog.
— In his career, Pederson is 12-4 ATS as a home underdog.

Saints 21, Falcons 18
— Falcons ran ball for 231 yards, but threw for only 97.
— WR London lost fumble on Saints’ 39 with 2:06 left.
— Underdogs are 9-4-1 ATS in their games TY.
— Six of their last seven games were decided by 6 or fewer points.
— Falcons lost five of last six games SU, are 1-7 ATS in last eight.

— Saints’ first two drives: 12 plays, 148 yards, 14 points.
— Saints rest of game: 42 plays, 191 yards, 7 points.
— Backup QB Hill threw a 68-yard TD pass in 1st quarter.
— Saints won eight of last ten meetings with Atlanta.
— Six of last seven New Orleans games stayed under the total.

Lions 20, Jets 17
— Goff threw 51-yard TD pass to TE Wright with 1:49 left.
— It was Lions’ only play all day of 20+ yards.
— Detroit won six of its last seven games (7-0 ATS).
— Under Campbell, Lions are 21-9-1 ATS, 7-1 ATS coming off a win.
— Under Campbell, Detroit is 8-2 ATS in games with spread of 3 or less points.

— Jets ran ball 22 times for only 50 yards.
— Jets are 2-4 in their last six games, after a 5-2 start.
— Jets are 6-1 scoring 20+ points, 1-6 scoring less than 20.
— Jets held nine of last 11 opponents under their team total.
— Seven of last nine Jet games stayed under the total.

Chiefs 30, Texans 24 OT
— McKinnon ran 26 yards for the walk-off TD in overtime.
— Chiefs won nine of last eleven games SU (4-7 ATS).
— Chiefs have 75 plays of 20+ yards; opponents have 44.
— Last seven games, Chiefs are minus-6 in turnovers (7-13)
— Last ten games, Chiefs converted 72-124 (58.1%) third down plays.

— Houston led this game 14-13 at halftime.
— Texans are 0-9 SU since their bye week (3-6 ATS)
— Chiefs had a 13-play, 97-yard TD drive just before halftime.
— Kansas City outgained Houston, 502-219.
— Four of Texans’ last five TD drives were shorter than 50 yards.

Eagles 25, Bears 20
— Eagles won last five games, scoring 40-35-48-25 points in last four. 
— Philly is 7-0 SU on road this year, but 2-5 ATS.
— Eagles outgained Chicago, 421-248; they threw for 309 yards.
— Last four games, Eagles have 26 plays of 20+ yards (opponents have 14).
— Eagles are 4-10 ATS last 14 games as a road favorite.

— Chicago lost seven in row, 10 of last 11 games SU (3-7-1 ATS).
— Fields ran ball 15 times for 95 yards, but was sacked six times.
— In Fields’ last five starts, Bears converted 36-67 on third down.
— Last seven games, Chicago gave up 32.3 ppg.
— Bears have led at halftime twice this season (2-10-2).

Steelers 24, Panthers 16
— Steelers were 12-16 on third down, Carolina 4-11.
— In six post-bye games, Steelers converted 46-84 on third down
— Pittsburgh covered four of its last five road games.
— Steelers are 9-5 ATS last 14 games with spread of 3 or less.
— Pittsburgh is 4-2 since its bye week, with +6 turnover ratio.

— Carolina’s first five drives: 23 plays, 94 yards, 7 points.
— Panthers went 3/out on four of first five drives.
— Carolina’s last three drives: 23 plays, 152 yards, 9 points (3 FG’s).
— Panthers ran ball 16 times for only 21 yards.
— Carolina has converted only 49-168 (29.2%) third down plays.

Broncos 24, Cardinals 15
— 2nd-string QB McCoy got hurt; #3 QB McSorley was 7-15/95 passing (2 INTs).
— Cardinals lost eight of their last ten games SU.
— Arizona was outscored in 2nd half in each of its last nine games.
— Cardinals lost field position battle by 12 yards.
— Arizona is 1-10 SU when it scores less than 29 points. 

— Denver scored 7 TD’s in last two games (3 TD’s/previous 4 games)
— Broncos ran ball for 168 yards (4.9 yards/carry).
— Broncos allowed 9-10-17-15 points in their four wins.
— Denver was perfect in red zone (21 points/three drives).
— Broncos first four drives in 2nd half: 24 plays, 182 yards, 21 points.

Chargers 17, Titans 14
— Titans drove 74 yards for TD, tied game 14-all with 0:48 left.
— Chargers won game on 43-yard FG with 0:04 left.
— Tennessee lost last four games, scoring 16-10-22-14 points.
— Titans are 0-4 SU since OC got a DUI coming home from road trip. 
— Tennessee scored 19 or less points in eight of last ten games. 

— Chargers are 4-3 in last seven games SU (wins by 1-3-6-3 points).
— Right now, Chargers are the #6-seed in the AFC.
— Under is 5-2 in Bolts’ last seven games.
— Bolts ran ball for 91 or fewer yards in 12 of 14 games. 
— Chargers are 7-1 giving up less than 27 points, 1-5 if they give up 27+.

Bengals 34, Buccaneers 23
— Tampa Bay’s first half: 42 plays, 243 yards, 17 points.
— Buccaneers led 17-0 until Bengals kicked FG at halftime gun.
— Tampa Bay’s 2nd half: 30 plays, 119 yards, 6 points.
— Buccaneers turned ball over on four straight drives in 3rd quarter.
— Tampa Bay is 3-6 SU in its last nine games.

— Bengals’ first three TD drives were 31-13-39 yards.
— Cincinnati had a 26-yard advantage in field position.
— Cincinnati won/covered last six games (11-1 ATS last 12).
— Bengals are 8-0 if they score 21+ points, 1-4 if they don’t.
— Bengals are 13-7 ATS last 20 games as a road favorite.

Giants 20, Commanders 12
— Giants’ first TD was a strip sack/fumble by Thibodeaux.
— Barkley ran ball for 87 yards and a touchdown.
— Last five games, Big Blue converted 18-63 (28.6%) on third down.
— Giants are 10-4 ATS this season, 4-1 as a road underdog.
— Under is 9-4-1 in Giants opponents’ team totals this year. 

— Washington converted 1-10 on third down, Giants 2-10.
— Washington outgained Giants 387-288, was minus-2 in turnovers.
— Giants are 8-2 ATS in last ten games at Washington.
— Washington is 5-8 ATS last 13 games as a home favorite (1-2 TY)
— Commanders are now 3-12 ATS in its last 15 post-bye games.

— Red Sox signed 3B/DH Justin Turner to a 2-year deal worth $22M. 38-year old Turner hit .276 last year with 81 RBI. 

— Denver Nuggets star Nikola Jokic scored 40 points, with 27 rebounds and 10 assists in Denver’s 119-115 win over the Hornets.

Jokic is the first player to score 35+ points, 25+ rebounds and 10+ assists in a game since Wilt Chamberlain went for 53 points, 32 rebounds and 14 assists in 1968.

— Lakers’ star Anthony Davis is expected to miss at least a month with a right foot injury,

Author: Armadillo Sports

I've been involved in sports my whole life, now just write about them. I like to travel, mostly to Las Vegas- they have gambling there.