Monday’s Den: Wrapping up an NFL Sunday……

Titans 35, Chiefs 32:
— Mahomes threw for 446 yards in his return from injury.
— Chiefs lost four of their last six games.
— Tennessee ran ball 26 times for 225 yards; Henry had a 68-yard TD run. 

— Titans are 5-0 when they score 23+ points, 0-5 when they do not.
— Tennessee won its last three home games by total of 10 points.
— All four Tannehill starts went over the total. 

Browns 19, Bills 16:
— Buffalo missed 52-yard FG that would’ve tied game; they also missed a 34-yarder.
— Bills are 5-0 when they score 17+ points, 0-3 when they don’t.
— Seven of nine Buffalo games stayed under the total.

— Browns drove 82 yards on 10 plays for winning TD with 1:44 left.
— Cleveland won for first time in four home games.
— Browns outrushed Bills 147-84; they’re 5-11-1 ATS last 17 games as a home favorite. 

Buccaneers 30, Cardinals 27:
— Cardinals covered five of their last six games.
— Seven of 10 Arizona games were decided by 6 or fewer points.
— NFC West road underdogs are 8-1 ATS outside their division.

— Tampa Bay drove 64 yards in six plays for winning TD with 1:44 left.
— Bucs converted 7-15 third down plays, Arizona 1-10.
— Tampa Bay is 4-16-1 ATS in its last 21 games as a home favorite

Jets 34, Giants 27:
— In their last four games, Giants allowed four TD’s on defense/special teams.
— Four of Giants’ last five games went over the total.
— NFC East non-divisional favorites are 3-9 ATS. 

— Jets’ safety Adams scored defensive TD, taking ball out of QB Jones’ hands and running it in for a score.
— Total yardage was 294-267 Jets; lot of points for so few yards.
— Jets’ first two drives: 22 plays, 121 yards, two touchdowns. 

Falcons 26, Saints 9:
— Atlanta snaps their six-game losing skid, gets first road win.
— Falcons are 2-9 ATS now in last 11 games a road underdog, 1-3 TY
— Atlanta covered seven of last nine post-bye games. 

— Loss ends Saints’ 6-game winning streak.
— Brees was sacked 6 times; Falcons came into game with only 7 sacks.
— New Orleans committed 12 penalties for 90 yards, 6 of which gave Atlanta a first down. 

Ravens 49, Bengals 13:
— Baltimore had two defensive TD’s, has five in their last three games.
— Ravens won their last five games, scoring 30.0 ppg.
— Baltimore’s first three drives: 24 plays, 230 yards, three TD’s. 

— Ravens’ defense outscored Bengals’ offense, 14-13.
— In their last two games, Cincy allowed 12.0/11.0 yards/ pass attempt.
— Bengals covered once in their last six post-bye games. 

Packers 24, Panthers 16:
— Green Bay defense stopped McCaffrey at goal line on the last play.
— Carolina is 4-0 when they score 30+ points, 0-4 when they do not.
— NFC South road underdogs are 5-8 ATS outside the division. 

— Jones ran ball 13 times for 93 yards, three TD’s.
— Rodgers threw for 233 yards, no TD’s; Packers converted 4-9 on 3rd down.
— Next week is Green Bay’s bye week, latest one they’ve ever had. 

Bears 20, Lions 13:
— Lions’ QB Stafford (back) missed his first start in 136 games.
— Detroit is 3-5-1, with four losses by 7 or less points.
— Backup QB Driskel was 27-46/269 in his 6th career start (1-5). 

— Chicago’s first four drives: 15 plays, 25 yards, four punts.
— Bears converted only 2 of 12 third down plays, Lions 7-18.
— Win snaps Chicago’s four-game losing skid. 

Dolphins 16, Colts 12:
— Miami has now led their last four games at halftime, winning last two.
— Dolphins covered their last five games.
— Six of last eight Miami games stayed under the total. 

— Hoyer threw INT in end zone first series of game, setting tone for day.
— Hoyer completed only 18-39 passes, converted 5-13 third down plays.
— Both teams averaged under 5.0 yards/pass attempt, in a dome. 

Steelers 17, Rams 12:
— Rams scored a defensive TD 0:14 into the game, their only TD of the day.
— Rams on 3rd down: in wins, 35-73 (47.9%), losses 8-45 (17.8%)
— LA’s last four games stayed under the total. 

— Steelers won their last four games after a 1-4 start.
— Pitt is 10-4-1 ATS in last 15 games as a home underdog, 3-0 TY
— Defenses scored 16 of the 29 points in this game. 

Vikings 28, Cowboys 24:
— Minnesota won five of its last six games.
— Vikings ran ball for 153 yards, Dallas only 50 yards.
— Both teams converted more than 50% on 3rd down (Minn 8-14/Dallas 9-15)

— Cowboys scored 31+ points in all five of their wins, 10-24-22-24 in their losses.
— Four of last five Dallas games went over the total.
— NFC East teams are 9-16 ATS outside the division, 3-4 as HF.

Author: Armadillo Sports

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