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Every NFL team's record against the spread and more

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Week 5 was the first time this season that the favorites posted a winning record ATS. And with that chalk came the best record for overs on the season. There are some big numbers on the board ... can the favorites keep cashing or do the underdogs get back on track in Week 6?

The Dallas Cowboys remain the lone unbeaten team against the spread. Here are your weekly trends and team-by-team analysis.


AFC East

Buffalo Bills

ATS: 4-1
O/U: 3-2

What we know: The Bills have covered, and covered big, in their past three games as road favorites. In those three games, they've out-scored their opposition 121-28 (including a 35-0 Week 2 in Miami).

New England Patriots

ATS: 2-3
O/U: 1-4

What we know: Thanks to some iffy defense, over tickets cashed for the first time in a New England game last season (and just their second over in the past 11 months).

Miami Dolphins

ATS: 2-3
O/U: 4-1

What we know: The Dolphins are 2-5 ATS over their past seven games, this on the heels of an elite 20-10 ATS run of beating down the books. Miami's -11.2 cover margin is the worst in the league.

New York Jets

ATS: 1-4
O/U: 2-3

What we know: Since 2016, the Jets have covered an NFL-low 13 road games (13-28-1). Over that stretch, every other team has covered at least 16 games away from home: The Jets are one of four teams that are off during Week 6 as byes begin.


AFC North

Baltimore Ravens

ATS: 2-3
O/U: 3-2

What we know: The Ravens have won eight straight games outright when playing on short rest, covering the number in six of those instances. They host the Chargers this week after the Colts came to town on Monday night.

Pittsburgh Steelers

ATS: 2-3
O/U: 1-4

What we know: The Steelers snapped a string of three straight losses ATS last week against the Broncos and are looking to cover home games in Weeks 5-6, just like they did a season ago.

Cincinnati Bengals

ATS: 2-3
O/U: 1-4

What we know: The under has come through in four of Cincinnati's past five road games (including both games this season: Week 2 in Chicago and Week 3 in Pittsburgh).

Cleveland Browns

ATS: 3-2
O/U: 3-2

What we know: Since the beginning of last season, there have been 47.1 total points scored per game in games played in Cleveland, a 15.4% drop from the 55.7 points scored in all other Browns games.


AFC South

Jacksonville Jaguars

ATS: 1-4
O/U: 2-3

What we know: During their 20-game losing streak, the Jags are 7-13 ATS. On the bright side, five of those covers came away from Jacksonville and they get the Dolphins in London this weekend.

Indianapolis Colts

ATS: 3-2
O/U: 3-2

What we know: The Colts played on Monday last week and that's worth noting because this team has recently cracked the short-week code. They've covered each of their past three games played on less than normal rest, this run coming on the heels of failing to cover the previous six such instances.

Tennessee Titans

ATS: 3-2
O/U: 3-2

What we know: Both of Tennessee's home games this season have gone under the total. During the previous two seasons, overs were 11-4-1 in their home games. The Titans host the Bills on Monday night this week.

Houston Texans

ATS: 3-2
O/U: 3-2

What we know: Houston travels to Indianapolis this weekend and the under has cashed in each of the past three meetings between these divisional opponents.


AFC West

Los Angeles Chargers

ATS: 4-1
O/U: 1-4

What we know: Much has been made about the lack of home field advantage that the Chargers have, but maybe that helps them prepare for road games? The Bolts have covered each of their past four road games and travel to Baltimore this weekend for a date with the Ravens.

Denver Broncos

ATS: 3-2
O/U: 1-4

What we know: The under has come through in nine of Denver's past 12 home October games.

Las Vegas Raiders

ATS: 2-3
O/U: 2-3

What we know: The Raiders are 5-2 outright in their past seven games against the Broncos and they've been even better at covering the number in those games (6-1 ATS).

Kansas City Chiefs

ATS: 1-4
O/U: 4-1

What we know: The Chiefs are now 3-13 in their last 16 games against the spread, including postseason.


NFC East

Washington

ATS: 1-4
O/U: 4-1

What we know: Washington failed to cover last week against New Orleans, but does that put them in a good spot on Sunday against the Chiefs? The last time the Football Team failed to cover in consecutive weeks was Weeks 9-10 last season.

New York Giants

ATS: 2-3
O/U: 3-2

What we know: The Giants are 4-12 both outright and ATS in their past 16 home games. Sean McVay and Company are coming to town on Sunday to try to extend those struggles for the home team.

Dallas Cowboys

ATS: 5-0
O/U: 4-1

What we know: That's three straight overs in Dallas games, with an average of 63.3 total points being scored in those games.

Philadelphia Eagles

ATS: 2-3
O/U: 2-3

What we know: In the past seven games with the Eagles on short rest, five overs have hit. They host the Buccaneers on Thursday Night Football this week.


NFC North

Green Bay Packers

ATS: 4-1
O/U: 2-3

What we know: The Packers are 12-1 outright since the beginning of 2019 against the NFC North, going 9-3 ATS in the process.

Chicago Bears

ATS: 3-2
O/U: 1-4

What we know: Chicago's lone divisional game thus far went under the total, but prior to that, four straight games of theirs against the NFC North went over the total.

Detroit Lions

ATS: 3-2
O/U: 2-3

What we know: Seven of 10 Lion home games since the beginning of last season have gone over the total. Detroit is 1-9 outright in those games, but a respectable 5-5 and they host the Bengals this weekend.

Minnesota Vikings

ATS: 2-3
O/U: 2-3

What we know: The Vikings lost their most recent road game but managed to cover (Week 2 at Arizona: 34-33), thus ending a streak of four straight losses ATS when playing away from Minnesota.


NFC South

New Orleans Saints

ATS: 3-2
O/U: 2-3

What we know: The over has hit in consecutive New Orleans games after under tickets cashed in each of the first three weeks. They've got plenty of time to gameplan to keep that streak rolling, as they don't play again until traveling to Seattle for Week 7's Monday nighter.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

ATS: 2-3
O/U: 4-1

What we know: Last regular season, the Bucs were 1-3 outright on short rest (10-2 when on normal or extended rest). They travel to Philadelphia on Thursday night to kick off Week 6.

Atlanta Falcons

ATS: 2-3
O/U: 3-2

What we know: The Falcons covered in London last week against the Jets and go on bye this week before going on the road for three of their next four.

Carolina Panthers

ATS: 3-2
O/U: 1-4

What we know: Remember that glorious Week 4 in Dallas? Fantasy managers do, as 64 points were put on the board ... that's the only one of Carolina's past eight games that went over the Vegas total.


NFC West

Arizona Cardinals

ATS: 4-1
O/U: 2-3

What we know: The Cardinals have covered all three road games this season, but that only tells part of the story. They've covered two of those games by at least 21 points, something they did in only two of 24 road games over the previous three seasons. They head to the Dog Pound this weekend to face the Browns.

Los Angeles Rams

ATS: 3-2
O/U: 4-1

What we know: The Rams are 4-1 both outright and ATS in their past five extended rest games. They played on Thursday night in Seattle last week and are in New York to face the Giants on Sunday.

Seattle Seahawks

ATS: 2-3
O/U: 0-5

What we know: The Seahawks are 8-1 outright and 7-2 ATS in their past nine games played on extended rest. Narrow the sample and the narrative changes ... they were 0-2 ATS in such spots last season. They travel to Pittsburgh this week after hosting the Rams last Thursday night.

San Francisco 49ers

ATS: 1-4
O/U: 2-3

What we know: The 49ers are 5-4 outright in their past nine games when the under hits compared to 1-7 in their past eight when the total goes over the Vegas number. They go on this week before hosting the Colts for Sunday Night Football in Week 7.