We went 3-0 again last week, raising this column's record to 24-15 (+7.5 units) on the season. The Packers and Falcons cashed, plus we had a rocking-chair winner on Chargers-Patriots Under 40.5 (Final: 6-0 LA).
Can we stay hot over the final five regular-season weeks and playoffs? That's the goal.
Joe Gibbs (not the Hall of Fame coach, the NFL referee expert who tweets @NFLrefstats1) is collaborating with SportsLine this season to provide weekly, referee-based betting angles. He analyzes the NFL ref assignments from the moment they are released each Tuesday.
Before you make any Week 14 NFL picks or NFL parlays, you need to see what Gibbs and SportsLine senior analyst Larry Hartstein have to say about the officiating crews' tendencies.
We can tell you Hartstein and Gibbs are betting Under 32.5 (FanDuel) in Jaguars-Browns, a game that features backup quarterbacks and inclement weather. Head referee Ron Torbert is 43-21 (67%) to the Under since the start of the 2020 season, including 8-4 Under this year.
"Tobert is caling an above average 60 percent of his penalties on the offense, the majority assessed via false start and offensive holding infractions," Gibbs said. "Tobert currently ranks second in offensive holding penalties per game. When playing at home, the Browns' defense is a Top-10 unit at generating offensive holding penalties on opponents."
Hartstein also is sharing key officiating angles in Buccaneers-Falcons and Broncos-Chargers. You need to see this critical referee data before locking in your picks!
So which side of Broncos-Chargers has the edge? And what other officiating edges can be found on the Week 14 slate? ... Join SportsLine right now to see Larry Hartstein's Week 14 NFL officiating trends, all from the expert who went 53-34-3 in the SuperContest last year!
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