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Every NFL team's record against the spread and more

Ben Roethlisberger has the Steelers looking good through seven games. Peter Diana/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette via AP Photo

The Steelers are at the top of the standings with an 8-2 record against the spread, with a host of teams at 7-3. The Cowboys are the lone team with just two covers, but got a big outright win at Minnesota.

Here are the ATS records for all 32 teams, league and team trends, and over/under records for the 2020 season.


AFC East

Buffalo Bills

ATS: 5-5
O/U: 8-2

New England Patriots

ATS: 4-6
O/U: 4-6

What we know The Patriots couldn't continue the midseason run, dropping a road game at Houston.

Miami Dolphins

ATS: 7-3
O/U: 4-6

What we know: Miami's run ends at five consecutive wins, and the Dolphins fail to cover for just the third time this season and sixth time in the past 19 games. Their 8.4 cover margin this season is still tops in the NFL.

New York Jets

ATS: 3-7
O/U: 5-5


AFC North

Baltimore Ravens

ATS: 4-5-1
O/U: 4-6

What we know: Ravens blow late lead and are now outside the playoff race looking in. They also fall to below .500 ATS with the Steelers on deck.

Pittsburgh Steelers

ATS: 8-2
O/U: 5-4-1

What we know: Steelers now 8-2 ATS, the lone NFL team with just two losses ATS.

Cincinnati Bengals

ATS: 6-4
O/U: 6-4

Cleveland Browns

ATS: 4-6
O/U: 5-5

What we know: Browns hold on vs. Eagles and improve to 4-6 against the number and 7-3 overall.


AFC South

Jacksonville Jaguars

ATS: 4-6
O/U: 5-5

Indianapolis Colts

ATS: 6-4
O/U: 6-4

What we know: The Colts now have impressive back-to-back wins and covers vs. the Packers and Titans.

Tennessee Titans

ATS: 4-6
O/U: 7-2-1

Houston Texans

ATS: 3-7
O/U: 6-3-1

What we know: Two straight covers for the Texans, who go from 1-7 ATS to 3-7 vs. the number.


AFC West

Los Angeles Chargers

ATS: 5-5
O/U: 7-3

What we know: Finally a one-possession win for the Chargers, who knock the Jets to 0-10.

Denver Broncos

ATS: 6-4
O/U: 5-5

What we know: The Broncos stop the Miami/Tua train and move to 6-4 ATS with the outright win.

Las Vegas Raiders

ATS: 7-3
O/U: 8-2

What we know: The Raiders fail to sweep the Chiefs, but they did cover in both games vs. the defending Super Bowl champs this year.

Kansas City Chiefs

ATS: 6-4
O/U: 5-5


NFC East

Washington

ATS: 4-4-2
O/U: 3-6-1

New York Giants

ATS: 7-3
O/U: 3-6-1

What we know: The Giants continue their recent trend of covering with their fourth straight, and their sixth cover in past seven games.

Dallas Cowboys

ATS: 2-8
O/U: 5-5

What we know: A different Cowboys team showed up and upset the Vikings as a 7-point dog. Cowboys become the last team to earn their second cover of the season with the outright win.

Philadelphia Eagles

ATS: 3-7
O/U: 3-7


NFC North

Green Bay Packers

ATS: 6-4
O/U: 7-3

What we know: After a great start to the season, the Packers have failed to cover the past two games, including blowing a 14-point lead to the Colts.

Chicago Bears

ATS: 5-5
O/U: 3-7

Detroit Lions

ATS: 3-6-1
O/U: 6-4

Minnesota Vikings

ATS: 6-4
O/U: 7-3

What we know: Vikings can't continue their midseason roll, dropping a home game to the Cowboys.


NFC South

New Orleans Saints

ATS: 5-5
O/U: 7-3

What we know: No Drew Brees, no problem for the Saints as Taysom Hill leads New Orleans to an easy win and cover vs. the Falcons.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

ATS: 5-6
O/U: 7-4

What we know: Another poor prime-time performance for Tom Brady and the Bucs in loss to Rams.

Atlanta Falcons

ATS: 4-6
O/U: 5-5

Carolina Panthers

ATS: 6-5
O/U: 4-7

What we know: P.J. Walker leads the Panthers to a shutout win over the fading Lions, their sixth cover in 11 games this season.


NFC West

Arizona Cardinals

ATS: 5-5
O/U: 3-7

What we know: Late-game mistakes lead to a loss to the rival Seahawks.

Los Angeles Rams

ATS: 6-4
O/U: 3-7

Seattle Seahawks

ATS: 6-4
O/U: 7-3

What we know: Seattle takes back control of the NFC West with the win and cover over the Cardinals.

San Francisco 49ers

ATS: 4-6
O/U: 5-5