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NFL Acca: Denver Broncos to continue unbeaten surge

| 08.11.2015

It’s another week of NFL action here at Ladbrokes News, and another chance to climb aboard our weekly accumulator.

For week nine, we offer up a fourfold that pays £47.70 to a £10 stake, with explanations for each selection offered below:

New Orleans Saints (-7.5) to beat Tennessee Titans @ 20/21

The Saints’ bid for a fourth straight win is boosted thanks to facing a Titans outfit that have lost six on the bounce themselves and have just changed coach.

New Orleans should make hay with a passing game that ranks third in the NFL, especially with Tennessee’s defence against the pass ranking a lowly 27th.

New England Patriots (-11) to beat Washington Redskins @ 4/7

The Patriots are very heavy scorers and should be comfortable clearing the spread at home to Washington.

Tom Brady and co are a perfect 7-0 so far this season and have scored 30 points or more in each of their last six games.

Denver Broncos to beat Indianapolis Colts @ 10/23

Peyton Manning faces his former team having returned to somewhere close to his best in recent outings.

The Colts were the last team to beat the Broncos, in last season’s playoffs, but having compiled a perfect 7-0 record since then Denver are taken to avenge that loss.

Atlanta Falcons to beat San Francisco 49ers @ 5/16

The 49ers host the Falcons having benched their star quarterback and suffered a raft of injuries. Hardly the best time to be playing a well-rounded offence that’s looking to record a seventh win of the season then.

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

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