Wild Wagering Trends NFL: Eye-Opening ATS Betting Trends Heading Into Week 10

Not all betting trends are created equal but we've found three for Week 10 that should be taken seriously.
Not all betting trends are created equal but we've found three for Week 10 that should be taken seriously. / Melina Myers-USA TODAY Sports

Week 10 of the NFL is upon us and there is a ton of action to look forward to. Another thing we look forward to each week is finding wild wagering trends in the NFL.

This week we’re focusing on two terrible teams with good ATS records and one team that has been winning on both sides.

Here are the top three betting trends for the Week 10 group of games. All odds are provided by WynnBET Sportsbook

Jaguars vs Colts -10.0 | Over/Under 48.0

The Jaguars are 10-1-1 ATS in their last 12 games against the Colts

The Jacksonville Jaguars put in one of the most impressive performances of the season in Week 9’s victory over the Buffalo Bills. It isn’t often a team wins a game 9-6. It’s even less likely that the winning team is one of the worst in the NFL and the losers are one of the best. 

Now, the Jags head into Indy to face the Colts as 10.0-point road dogs, a position in which they are 1-1 ATS this year. They are also 0-1 ATS this year coming off a win. The Jags have had the Colts’ number in their last 12 meetings. It hasn't been enough to win, but they have dominated the Colts against the spread. With momentum on their side, Week 10 could be another cover for Jacksonville against Indy. 

Lions vs. Steelers -8.5 | Over/Under 43.0

The Lions are 5-0 ATS in their last five games following an ATS loss

If you plan on betting on the Detroit Lions, wagering against the spread is pretty much the only option you have. Betting on an 0-8 is generally not recommended. But, much like the phoenix rising from the ashes, the Lions step up in games following an ATS loss. They don’t step up enough to win, but they have bounced back after each of their last five ATS losses to pick up an ATS win. 

And, lo and beyond, the Lions didn’t even come close to covering last week against the Eagles. The Lions closed as 3.0-point underdogs and lost by 38 when all was said and done. It was their worst loss of the season and the team looked pretty defeated. Heading into Heinz Field, it will be interesting to see if this trend continues or if the Lions meltdown has just begun. 

Seahawks vs. Packers -3.5 | Over/Under 49.5

The Packers have covered in eight straight games

Aaron Rodgers is the major reason for the Packers current 8-0 ATS streak. Last week aside, Rodgers had led this team to seven straight ATS wins. The streak was almost broken last week with the Packers forced to start Jordan Love against the Chiefs. The Packers lost by six as 7.0-point underdogs and narrowly covered. The only game so far this season they haven’t covered was Week 1 against the Saints where they got annihilated by 35 points as 3.5 point favorites. 

This week against the Seahawks, there are a lot of trends suggesting Green Bay covers nine in a row. The Seahawks are on a 4-1 ATS run but are 0-5-1 ATS against the Packers in their last six tries. If both quarterbacks suit up for this game it will be one of the more competitive of the weekend, but I think the Packers win and cover at the end of the day. 

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