Okay, BetUS NFL sports betting nation, with Week 9 of the 2020 regular season set to get underway in a few days, it’s time to take a look at the league’s ATS power rankings. While two legitimate Super Bowl contenders head up the Week 9 ATS power rankings keep in mind that the league’s best ATS teams this season have been teams that have exceeded expectations on the field, even if their respective straight-up (SU) records might not show it.
Topping this week’s NFL odds ATS power ranking are Ben Roethlisberger and the unbeaten Pittsburgh Steelers.
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No. 1 Pittsburgh Steelers (6-1 ATS)
Not only are the Steelers the league’s only unbeaten team heading into Week 9, but Pittsburgh is also the league’s hottest ATS team. Big Ben Roethlisberger and company have covered the spread in five straight games while going a perfect 3-0 ATS on the road this season.
No. 2 Kansas City Chiefs (6-2 ATS)
Kansas City has won and covered the chalk in three straight games while going a blistering 5-1 ATS over their last six. Patrick Mahomes and company have covered the spread in two of their last three games as a double-digit favorite while cashing in for NFL odds betting enthusiasts as a 20-point favorite against the Jets in Week 8.
No. 3 Cincinnati Bengals (6-2 ATS)
Rookie quarterback Joe Burrow has been even better than advertised this season by completing an impressive 67.0 percent of his asses with 11 TDs against eight interceptions. Cincinnati has covered the spread in three straight and head into their Week 9 bye fresh off a confidence-boosting 31-20 smackdown of Tennessee on Sunday.
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No. 4 Miami Dolphins (5-2 ATS)
The revamped Dolphins have won – and covered the spread – in three straight games while going a bankroll-boosting 5-1 ATS over their last six games overall. Miami heads into its suddenly intriguing Week 9 road date against Arizona feeling good after stunning the Rams 28-17 on Sunday.
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No. 5 Arizona Cardinals (5-2 ATS)
Arizona has also won and covered the NFL ATS betting line in three straight games including their 37-34 Week 7 overtime win against Seattle. Kyler Murray and company have put 30 points or more on the board in each of their last three games.
No. 6 Denver Broncos (5-2 ATS)
The Broncos might have failed to win or cover the spread in Week 7 against the division rival Chiefs. but Drew Lock and company made up for it in a big way by stunning the LA Chargers 31-30. Now, the Broncos head into their Week 9 road date at Atlanta having won and covered the spread in three of their last four games.
No. 7 Seattle Seahawks (5-2 ATS)
After covering the spread in four straight games to start the season, Seattle was looking to snap a two-game ATS slide in Week 8 against San Francisco. Seattle did that and much more by man-handling the Niners 37-27 to send a message should the two NFC West division rivals meet come playoff time.
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No. 8 Los Angeles Chargers (5-2 ATS)
The Chargers had their three-game ATS winning streak snapped in their crushing 31-30 loss against Denver on Sunday, but the Bolts have the look of a team that’s going to cover the spread all season as they’ve suffered three losses by three points or less heading into Week 9.
No. 9 Minnesota Vikings (4-3 ATS)
The Vikings snapped a two-game losing streak while covering the spread as a 5.5-point road dog in their 28-22 upset win over Green Bay on Sunday to improve to a robust 4-1 ATS over their last five games.
No. 10 New York Giants (4-3 ATS)
The Giants might have lost two straight games, but New York has been surprisingly competitive in almost upsetting Philly and Tampa Bay the last two weeks while going an impressive 4-1 ATS over their last five.
No. 11 Chicago Bears (5-3 ATS)
The Bears ended up on the wrong side of a 26-23 overtime loss against New Orleans on Sunday, but still managed to cover the spread to improve to 3-1 ATS over their last four.
No. 12 Washington Football Team (4-3 ATS)
Even at 2-5, Washington is in second place in the awful NFC East heading into Week 9. Better yet, Washington has covered the spread in two straight and three of their last four as they get set to host the division rival Giants on Sunday.
No. 13 Las Vegas Raiders (4-3 ATS)
The Raiders smacked Cleveland around to pick up a convincing 16-6 win in Week 8 to move to 2-1 ATS over their last three games.
No. 14 Green Bay Packers (5-2 ATS)
The Packers have lost two of their last three games while failing to cover the spread in each defeat. Aaron Rodgers’ MVP campaign is off the tracks and maybe Green Bay isn’t as good as they looked in getting off to an unblemished 4-0 start.
No. 15 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-4 ATS)
Tom Brady and the streaking Buccaneers have won three straight games, but they failed to cover the chalk and looked pretty mediocre in their narrow 25-23 win over the lowly Giants on Monday night to fall to 2-3 ATS over their last five.
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No. 16 Indianapolis Colts (4-3 ATS)
Philip Rivers and the Colts have won two straight and they covered in their Week 8 blowout of Detroit, but Indy is just 1-2 ATS over their last three.
No. 17 Los Angeles Rams (4-4 ATS)
Jared Goff and the Rams have lost two of its last three including a surprising 28-17 loss against Miami on Sunday to fall to 1-2 ATS over their last three and 2-4 ATS over their last six games overall.
No. 18 San Francisco 49ers (4-4 ATS)
Jimmy G and the Niners had their two-game winning streak snapped in their humbling 37-27 road loss against NFC West rival Seattle on Sunday while failing to cover the spread as a 1-point underdog to fall to 1-2 ATS over their last three and 2-3 ATS over their last five.
No. 19 Carolina Panthers (4-4 ATS)
Teddy Bridgewater and the Panthers head into Week 9 riding a three-game losing streak that includes a 1-2 ATS mark over the stretch.
No. 20 New England Patriots (3-4 ATS)
Things are getting ugly for Cam Newton and a Patriots team that has lost four straight. The good news, if you can call it that, is the fact New England snapped a three-game ATS skid by covering the spread against Buffalo in Sunday’s Week 8 loss.
No. 21 Detroit Lions (3-4 ATS)
The Lions had their two-game SU and ATS winning streaks snapped in Sunday’s blowout loss against Indianapolis.
No. 22 Atlanta Falcons (3-5 ATS)
The Falcons have won and covered the spread in two of their last three games, including their Week 8 win over Carolina. Still, this is the same team that lost five straight to open the season while going 1-4 ATS along the way. Use some caution if you plan on backing the Falcons this season.
No. 23 Philadelphia Eagles (3-5 ATS)
Philly has won two straight, but both victories were seriously ugly victories over the lowly Giants and Cowboys. Philadelphia has alternated ATS wins and losses over their last six games, though they managed to cover against Dallas on Sunday.
No. 24 Tennessee Titans (2-5 ATS)
Ryan Tannehill and the Titans have lost two straight while failing to cover the spread both times. Their Week 7 loss against Pittsburgh can be excused. I can’t say the same for Tennessee’s stunning 31-20 smackdown loss against Cincinnati.
No. 25 Baltimore Ravens (3-4 ATS)
The Ravens had their three-game winning streak snapped in their thrilling 28-24 loss against AFC North rival Pittsburgh on Sunday. Lamar Jackson and company have failed to cover the spread in two straight and four of their last five overall.
No. 26 Houston Texans (1-6 ATS)
I feel bad for gifted quarterback Deshaun Watson, who is a virtual one-man gang for the Texans. Houston has lost two and failed to cover in two straight as they get set to visit Jacksonville on Sunday.
No. 27 New York Jets (1-7 ATS)
After covering the chalk for the first time in Week 7, Sam Darnold and the Jets were back to their ATS losing ways in Week 8.
No. 28 New Orleans Saints (2-5 ATS)
Drew Brees and company have won four straight heading into their huge Week 9 matchup against Tampa Bay, but the Saints have suffered three straight ATS losses while going 1-5 ATS over their last six games overall.
No. 29 Cleveland Browns (3-5 ATS)
Baker Mayfield and the Browns have lost two of three including their ugly 16-6 Week 8 loss against Las Vegas. More importantly, Cleveland has failed to cover the spread in three straight.
No. 30 Buffalo Bills (3-5 ATS)
Josh Allen and the Bills might be sitting atop the AFC East standings, but the Bills are among the most struggling ATS teams in the league, having failed to cover the NFL ATS line in four straight.
No. 31 Jacksonville Jaguars (2-5 ATS)
Not only has Jacksonville dropped six straight since winning their regular season opener, but the Jaguars have also failed to cover the spread in five straight games heading into Week 9.
No. 32 Dallas Cowboys (0-8 ATS)
The 2-6 Cowboys have amazingly found a way to not cover the spread in all eight of their games this season and head into what looks like a Week 9 blowout loss against Pittsburgh.