By Michael Grammenos, PSO Research Analyst
Nov 23, 2019

Now that sports wagering has become legal and significantly more popular, many people enjoy getting more invested into the games. The best way to be successful making money from sports wagering is by having the right information available to understand the best bets to make. Here are some interesting money trends that showcases some tendencies that have occurred recently and could reveal a valuable investment for NFL Week 12, powered by Trnds Sports. Check out the previous Money Trends that are now 25-14 (64%) on the year.

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Game: DAL@NE (currently at NE -5.5)

TREND: NE at home:
  • SU: 15-0-0 (100%) last 15 games
  • ATS: 12-3-0 (80%) last 15 games

BONUS TREND: NE at home in November

  • SU: 9-1-0 (90%) last 10 games
  • ATS: 8-1-1 (89%) last 10 games

Bill Belichick has a tendency to lock down the main component of the opposing offense. Since Ezekiel Elliot has been a Dallas Cowboy, his production has been crucial to the final outcome of their games. Zeke’s averaging over 100 rushing YPG in the 34 games that Dallas has won, and just 71 in the 16 games they’ve lost. Neutralizing Elliot while showcasing the #2 passing defense led by All-Pro cornerback Stephon Gilmore will be a tough task for Dallas’ offense. Amari Cooper is expected to get shadowed most of the game, weakening Dak Prescott’s two main weapons. New England is coming off a 1-1 two-game road trip and will look to keep a perfect home record in comfortable fashion. 

Game: SEA@PHI (currently at PHI -1.5)

TREND: SEA as underdogs

  • SU: 17-13-1 (57%) in the Russell Wilson era
  • ATS: 22-7-2 (76%) in the Russell Wilson era

BONUS TREND: PHI at home after a home loss

  • SU: 0-10-0 last 10 games
  • ATS: 0-10-0 last 10 games

Russell Wilson continued his MVP campaign last weekend in an overtime thriller against the red-hot San Francisco 49ers. Even with an underwhelming defense allowing 25 PPG (23rd), Seattle is off to an 8-2 start with legit Super Bowl aspirations. Philadelphia is coming into this game with a banged up offensive line and questionable injuries surrounding the offense. Nigel Bradham is coming back for the defense and Jadeveon Clowney is questionable with a hip injury. Clowney dominated Philadelphia last year with Houston and without Lane Johnson, his presence will have a huge impact if he plays.

Game: TB@ATL (currently at OU 51.5)


  • OU: 8-2-0 (80%) last 10 games

Tampa Bay Buccaneers overs have been pretty simple this year. They rank 6th in PPG and are allowing the most points in the league. Weather won’t be a factor in the dome and the Atlanta Falcons are surging right now. Coming off a two game road trip where Atlanta averaged 27.5 PPG, and have players ready to step up for an injured RB Devonta Freeman and TE Austin Hooper. Atlanta is also letting up the 6th most PPG in the league this year and despite Tampa Bay not being a playoff team, the offense is playing at a top-10 level under Bruce Arians. A 50+ over in the NFL is tough, but the trend matches up with a solid situation.

Game: PIT@CIN (currently at PIT -6)


  • SU: 8-2-0 (80%) last 10 games
  • ATS: 7-3-0 (70%) last 10 games

Cincinnati has caught itself in a tough situation this week going against a Pittsburgh team that not only lost last week, but got banged up in the process. Quarterback Mason Rudolph took a cheap blow to the head having the entire team heated up. Pittsburgh is going for a playoff push and really has no reason to lose since they traded their first round draft pick to acquire Minkah Fitzpatrick. Cincinnati has shown no signs of life this year and first year quarterback Ryan Finley is going to have a tough time against a defense with 34 sacks already (4th). A statement needs to be made on the offensive side of the ball for Pittsburgh after an abysmal performance last week.

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