Best Home 'OVER'
Over the last four seasons, the best OVER team at home has been the
DENVER BRONCOS. They've gone 7-1 O/U (88%
Overs) at Sports Authority Field. Average OU line: 38.5. Average
total points: 46.8. The average Bronco home game has gone OVER by
Right behind them at the #2 spot is the DETROIT
LIONS. In the same 4-year time frame, the Lions have
gone 6-1-1 O/U (86% Overs)… and the average total points in
those games has been a very high (for pre-season) 49.0. Last year,
both Lion home games went OVER (43 and 49 points
Taking our database query a little farther back in the past, we
find the JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS and
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS. Both teams have
gone 11-4 O/U at home (73% Overs) since the 2006 season.
Jacksonville home games have averaged 42.1 PPG in this time frame.
New England 'homies' have averaged 43.9 ppg in that same 8-year
stretch. And both of their home games went OVER last season (47.0
Best Home 'UNDER' teams
The first team is one in which you NEVER want to go 'Over the
Total' when they are playing at home. That would be the
MIAMI DOLPHINS. In the last six seasons,
Miami has gone UNDER the Total 83% of the time in their pre-season
home games (2-10 O/U). Average combined points: just 27.9 ppg. The
average Dolphin home game has gone UNDER by more than a touchdown
(-7.8 ppg). I'm sure that the heat and humidity in the month of
August down here in South Florida has a lot to do with those
consistent low-scoring results.
Next up is the KANSAS CITY CHIEFS. In
their home games, Kansas City has gone 6-17-3 O/U (74% Unders) over
the last 13 seasons. When the OU line in these Chief home games has
been greater than (>) 34 points, the results improve to 3-15-3
O/U, with an average of 30.8 combined PPG. But exercise
caution. Our third solid UNDER team at home is the
PITTSBURGH STEELERS. Their home games
have gone 8-19-1 O/U (70% Unders) since the 2000 season.
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