NFL Week 16 Odds: Betting Matchups Preview

The Carolina Panthers take their unbeaten record into Atlanta this weekend looking for another rout over the Falcons.

Carolina is a 7-point road favorite over Atlanta this weekend. They’re coming off a close 38-35 win over the Giants as a 4.5-point favorite in which Cam Newton had five touchdowns.

Atlanta snapped a six-game losing streak SU and a nine-game losing streak ATS last week with a 23-17 win over Jacksonville as a 2-point underdog. The Falcons also posted their eighth straight UNDER in the win.

In Week 14 Carolina blanked Atlanta 38-0 as an 8.5-point favorite. With that win the Panthers improved to 5-1 SU and ATS in their last six games versus Atlanta.

Also on tap this weekend Seattle is a huge 14-point favorite at online sportsbook Bodog when they host St. Louis.

The Seahawks have won five in a row SU and ATS after rolling over Cleveland 30-13 as a 14-point favorite last week. Russell Wilson had three touchdown passes and Doug Baldwin’s late-season hot streak continued as he had two more touchdown receptions.

St. Louis defeated Tampa Bay 31-23 as a 1-point favorite last week. Form of issue acquire motilium For 100 ml in a vial of dark glass with a screw cap. Case Keenum had two touchdowns and Todd Gurley rushed for 48 yards and a TD.

In Week 1 the Rams pulled off a shocking upset when they defeated Seattle 34-31 in overtime as a 3.5-point home underdog. They’ll be in tough to repeat that against a Seattle squad that has won three straight and 12 of their last 14 games at home.

At home against St. Louis the Seahawks have won 10 in a row SU with an 8-2 record ATS.

In a potential playoff preview this weekend the Green Bay Packers are in tough when they visit Arizona to face the Cardinals.

The Cardinals, on an eight-game winning streak, are a 4.5-point favorite at Bodog. Last week they crushed Philadelphia 40-17 as a 3.5-point favorite. David Johnson provided all the offense needed with 187 rushing yards and three touchdowns.

The Packers defeated Oakland 30-20 as a 4-point favorite last week. Aaron Rodgers had another mediocre game by his standards with 204 yards passing with a touchdown and an interception.

Something’s got to give this weekend as Green Bay has won three in a row on the road, while Arizona has won three in a row at home. The big difference is Green Bay covered in all three wins and Arizona has lost four straight ATS at home.