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Patriots and Packers make up half of this week’s NFL acca

| 15.11.2014

As the 11th week of NFL action gets underway, the playoff picture is starting to become clearer. A winning run here or a losing streak there could be pivotal in a side’s bid for the postseason, but that doesn’t mean pigskin punters can’t cash in.

Here’s a little-over 5/1 accumulator for Sunday’s games:

Washington Redskins to beat Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ 5/17

The Redskins sit bottom of the NFC East with a 3-6 record, but are at least having a better season than the wretched Buccaneers, who at 1-8 have the third-worst record in the league and are in a five-game losing slump.

San Francisco 49ers to beat New York Giants @ 1/2

A third consecutive postseason without the New York Giants is looking like a stark possibility after Eli Manning and co embarked on a four-game losing stretch in which they’ve been outscored by 18.5 points on average.

Green Bay Packers to beat Philadelphia Eagles @ 2/5

Both sides are enjoying strong campaigns, but Green Bay and Philadelphia’s respective 6-3 and 7-2 records are exclusively build on solid home form.

The pair are unbeaten in the comfort of their own surroundings, but have fallen to, or below, .500 when travelling away from their own fans, making the Packers the ones to back here.

New England Patriots to beat Indianapolis Colts @ 13/10

The Colts’ Andrew Luck has thrown for the most yards in the league, and the second-most touchdowns, but he isn’t taken to better a high-flying New England Patriots outfit, marshalled by Tom Brady.

The Pats have won five on the bounce, during which time Brady has thrown a whopping 18 TDs. Luck, on the other hand, has seven interceptions to his name in two games against New England.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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Matt Wiggins

No idyllic sound comes close to leather on willow for Matt, whose previous experience includes stints with Spin Magazine and Surrey County Cricket Club. It's not just cricket that interests him though, with football, golf, tennis and any American sport not played on ice all high on his list of favourites.