|NBA Memphis Grizzlies at Miami Heat|
Memphis @ Miami 7:40 PM ET
Play On: Memphis +4.5 (5*)
Miami has lost 3 of its last 4 which includes going 0-2 SU&ATS at home. Key injuries have played a significant role during that mini slump. Jimmy Butler (tailbone) remains questionable for tonight and Bam Adebayo (thumb) will be out for an indefinite amount of time.
Memphis suffered a setback when they lost start point guard Ja Morant (24.1 PPG/5.6 RPG/6.8 APG) to a knee injury early in a game against Atlanta on 11/25. However, even without Morant, the Grizzlies have managed to go 4-0 SU&ATS in their last 4 games while holding opponents to an average of 90.3 points scored per contest and a combined 35.1% shooting. Bet on Memphis plus the points.
|NFL New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills|
New England @ Buffalo 8:15 PM ET
Play On: Buffalo -2.5 (-122) (10*)
New England has gone 6-0 SU&ATS in their last 6 games and enters this contest the hottest team in the NFL. Additionally, the Patriots have gone 5-0 on the road this season. Yet, here they are as a road underdog versus a Bills team that’s just 3-3 in their last 6 games. Like I said on many occasions, it’s rarely that east when it comes to sports betting and tonight’s game will be a prime example of such. It also must be noted, 4 of the 5 road wins by New England have come over teams that currently have a losing record in the Jets (3-9), Texans (2-10), Panthers (5-7), and Falcons (5-7). The lone exception was their win at the Chargers (7-5). New England is coming off a 36-13 home win over Tennessee last Sunday. However, that final score is a bit deceiving since they allowed an enormous 270 yards rushing to a Tennessee team without star running back Derek Henry on IR.
Buffalo is coming off a 31-6 blowout win at New Orleans in a game they held the Saints to a mere 146 passing yards. Since 2019, Buffalo is 11-1 SU and 9-2-1 ATS following a game in which they allowed 150 or fewer passing yards and includes 4-0 SU&ATS (+16.2 PPG) at home. Furthermore, since 2019, Buffalo is 5-0 SU at home following a game in which they allowed 14 points or fewer and they won by an average of 13.8 points per contest.
Kudos to the New England Patriots and future Hall of Fame head coach Bill Belichick for the masterful job he’s done so far this season. Nonetheless, Buffalo is the better team in this matchup, and they’ll make a huge statement tonight to fulfill that statement. Bet Buffalo minus the small number for a Top Play wager.
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