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NFL: Expect fresh woe for Tom Brady and co in San Diego

| 04.12.2014

It wouldn’t be the weekend without the NFL, so step right up Gridiron fanatics for the alternative serving of football betting fare.

Each of the wagers below look well worth a punt individually, but combine to make an acca that pays out at over 35/1!

San Diego Chargers to beat New England Patriots @ 8/5

The Patriots would have preferred a softer ball than a trip to Quallcomm Park after their 26-21 loss at Green Bay, which ended a seven-game winning run for Tom Brady and his teammates.

All four of New England’s losses in 2014/15 have come on the road, while the Chargers have won six of their seven home games so far this term. It’s clear where the value lies in California.

Miami Dolphins to beat Baltimore Ravens @ 4/6

Miami’s generous money-line odds may lead some to believe they’re in poor form going into this clash against a Ravens outfit that has lost three from five on the road since the start of October, including last time out at home to San Diego.

Nothing could be further from the truth, with the hosts emerging victorious from five of their past seven games and two on the bounce at home. They’re too big a price to see off Baltimore.

San Francisco 49ers -8 to beat Oakland Raiders @ 10/11

Oakland have been shockingly bad all season, with their first win in 2014/15 coming at home to the Kansas City Chiefs two weeks ago, after 10 consecutive reverses.

Tony Sparano’s men travelled to St Louis after that victory, where they were pummelled 52-0 by the Rams, so a San Francisco side showing good form of late, winning three of their last four, should breeze past this mark with ease.

Green Bay Packers to beat Atlanta Falcons by 13-18 points @ 7/2

Atlanta are in tip-top form, with three victories from their past four fixtures behind them, but Green Bay have won all six of their home games this season, by margins of 21 points or more on four occasions.

Bearing that in mind, and with the hosts coming off the back of a bruising win over New England last time out, expect the Falcons to keep things somewhat respectable.

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

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Alex Fortune