I am going to Las Vegas this weekend. These should come in handy. Also: pray for me.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Look, most of these are silly. As you can see below, you can find one trend that contradicts another for every matchup. Then again, the federal ban on sports gambling itself is silly, so here we are. Enjoy the games, and best of luck to everyone.

All times EST. All lines taken Thursday from VegasInsider.com, and thanks to PredictionMachine.com and WalterFootball.com for many of these trends.

BROWNS (+11.5) AT BENGALS

Time, TV: Thursday, 8:25 p.m., NFL Network.

Cleveland: All-time, underdogs of 10 or more points on Thursday Night Football are 10-19 ATS.

Cincinnati: Marvin Lewis-coached teams are 7-12 ATS in nationally televised regular season games. Also, teams that start 7-0 and are more than a touchdown favorite in their next game are 3-8 ATS since 1978.

REDSKINS (+14) AT PATRIOTS

Time, TV: 1 p.m., Fox.

Washington: Since 1978, road underdogs of at least 14 points are 10-4 ATS in Foxborough.

New England: Teams that start 7-0 and are more than a touchdown favorite in their next game are 3-8 ATS since 1978. Also, with Tom Brady as quarterback the Patriots are 7-11 ATS as a favorite of at least two touchdowns (he’s never lost a game straight-up in that situation, however). Even still, Bill Belichick-coached teams are 15-8 ATS with at least nine days to prepare.

RAIDERS (+4.5) AT STEELERS

Time, TV: 1 p.m., CBS.

Oakland: The Raiders are 10-24 ATS after a straight-up win since 2009.

Pittsburgh: The Steelers are 5-11 ATS as home favorites in November with Ben Roethlisberger as their quarterback.

TITANS (+8) AT SAINTS

Time, TV: 1 p.m., CBS.

Tennessee: Since the NFL expanded to 32 teams in 2002, teams that have lost six games in a row and are underdogs of a touchdown or more in their next game are 13-21 ATS.

New Orleans: The Saints are 4-1-1 ATS in their last six games overall but 2-6-1 ATS in their last nine home games.

PACKERS (-2.5) AT PANTHERS

Time, TV: 1 p.m., Fox.

Green Bay: Road favorites playing in their second straight road game coming off a straight-up loss are 31-14 ATS since 2011. Of course, the Jets failed to cover in this situation last weekend. Also, the Packers are 18-5 ATS following a straight-up loss with Aaron Rodgers at quarterback (9-1 ATS as a favorite of less than 7.5 points in such situations).

Carolina: With Cam Newton as quarterback, the Panthers are 5-8 ATS as home underdogs.

JAGUARS (+7.5) AT JETS

Time, TV: 1 p.m., CBS.

Jacksonville: The Jaguars are 6-2 ATS in their last eight games against AFC teams.

New York: The Jets are 1-11 ATS in their last 12 games as a home favorite coming off a straight-up loss.

RAMS (+2) AT VIKINGS

Time, TV: 1 p.m., Fox.

St. Louis: Underdogs are 6-3-1 ATS in the last 10 games played at Minnesota.

Minnesota: The Vikings are 6-1 ATS this season, the second-best ATS record in the league behind the Broncos (6-0-1).

DOLPHINS (+3) AT BILLS

Time, TV: 1 p.m., CBS.

Miami: The Dolphins are 19-4 ATS as small road underdogs since 2008.

Buffalo: Rex Ryan-coached teams are 1-5 ATS following a bye week.

FALCONS (-7) AT 49ERS

Time, TV: 4:05 p.m., Fox.

Atlanta: The Falcons are on an 0-4 ATS skid after covering their first four games.

San Francisco: Blaine Gabbert-quarterbacked teams are 11-16 ATS.

GIANTS (-2.5) AT BUCCANEERS

Time, TV: 4:05 p.m., Fox.

New York: Road favorites playing in their second straight road game coming off a straight-up loss are 31-14 ATS since 2011. Of course, the Jets failed to cover in this situation last weekend.

Tampa Bay: The home team is 35-60 ATS in all Buccaneers games since 2009.

BRONCOS (-5) AT COLTS

Time, TV: 4:25 p.m., CBS.

Denver: With Peyton Manning at quarterback, the Broncos are 15-8 ATS as a road favorite.

Indianapolis: With Andrew Luck at quarterback, the Colts are 7-0 ATS as a home underdog.

EAGLES (-2.5) AT COWBOYS

Time, TV: 8:30 p.m., NBC.

Philadelphia: The Eagles are 2-5 ATS as a road favorite under Coach Chip Kelly.

Dallas: Home underdogs coming off a straight-up loss as home underdogs are 56-27 ATS since 2002 and 19-11 ATS since 2011.

BEARS (+4) AT CHARGERS

Time, TV: 8:30 p.m. Monday, ESPN.

Chicago: Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is 5-2 ATS on Monday Night Football, and all of those games were as an underdog.

San Diego: With Philip Rivers at quarterback, the Chargers are 5-3 ATS at home on “Monday Night Football.”