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NFL teams about to break out for football bettors


Here are three teams that could start to turn things around

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Week 9 signals a midway mark for the NFL season. It’s also the time of the season in which bettors need to weigh those results and see if they can predict which teams are about to break out and make a run for the postseason.

Here are three teams that could start to turn things around, at least from a nfl betting lines perspective, starting with their Week 9 matchups:

New York Giants (4-3, 3-3-1 ATS)
Things weren’t looking good for the G-Men, who stumbled on a three-game skid before winning two straight games ahead of a much-needed bye week. New York, which took wins off the Ravens and Rams, comes into a huge divisional showdown with the Eagles at home in Week 9. This is a must-win for the Giants, if they’re going to keep pace in the NFC East, and is the first of three straight home games that will take N.Y. right into a road trip to Cleveland in Week 12. There’s a good chance the Giants could rip off four in a row – or at least go 3-1 in this stretch.

Carolina Panthers (2-5, 2-5 ATS)
The Panthers have been a shell of the team that dominated the NFC last season before laying an egg in the Super Bowl. That hangover has lasted nearly two months, but Carolina could finally be clearing the cobwebs after a statement win over Arizona in Week 8. The Panthers got back to running the football and the defense was causing chaos all over the field in that victory, giving Carolina some momentum heading into a Week 9 road game in Los Angeles. The remaining schedule isn’t easy, but it’s hard to believe the Panthers can fall this far without picking themselves up.

Tennessee Titans (4-4, 3-5 ATS)
Tennessee enters Week 9 off a dominating performance against Jacksonville last Thursday, pretty much pounding the Jaguars into submission. The Titans have the offense to win games, back behind a strong running attack and improving play from second-year QB Marcus Mariota, who has been the sore thumb for this franchise in the early workings of the season. The defense is better than advertised and with a strong rushing game owning time of possession, it limits the work the stop unit needs to do in the first place. Tennessee is in San Diego Sunday, which is one of three road tilts in the next four games before a Week 13 bye. The Titans will hold line value as the visitor if Mariota keeps his head on and the run keeps pounding.

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