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IMPORTANT NOTE: What follows is — at best — a superficial look at each matchup, and if you’re using these trends as the sole basis for your picks, then you probably aren’t going to do well. So don’t do that. Instead, add these trends to your overall knowledge base as you go about your selections.

NEW FOR 2016: I’ll make against-the-spread picks for each game, because the world needs laughter.

Last week’s record: 8-6.

Year to date: 36-41.

All times ET, and all games Sunday unless noted. Spreads taken Thursday afternoon from the consensus odds at VegasInsider.com, and thanks to Bet Labs for a bunch of these trends.

BRONCOS (-3) AT CHARGERS

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

Denver: Road favorites in Thursday night division games are 17-9 ATS. The Broncos also are 8-1 ATS in their past nine Thursday night games.

San Diego: The Chargers are 2-7 ATS in their past nine October games, and neither cover came at home.

Pick: Broncos.

BENGALS (+9) AT PATRIOTS

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

Cincinnati: The Bengals are 32-17 ATS as underdogs since 2009. Under Marvin Lewis, they are 14-5 ATS coming off a loss as a favorite.

New England: With Tom Brady at quarterback, the Patriots are 15-24 ATS as home favorites of at least nine points since November 2007.

Pick: Bengals.

RAVENS (+3) AT GIANTS

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

Baltimore: As a small road underdog (three points or less), Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is 10-6-2 ATS.

New York: Sub-.500 teams playing at home after back-to-back road losses are just 14-39 ATS. Plus, teams with a game in London the next week are 7-18-1 ATS (2-0 ATS this season, however).

Pick: Ravens.

PANTHERS (-3) AT SAINTS

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

Carolina: The Panthers are 1-5 ATS over their past six games, all of them as favorites.

New Orleans: Drew Brees is 9-4 ATS after a bye week in his career. With the Saints, he’s 7-1 ATS as a home underdog.

Pick: Saints.

STEELERS (-7.5) AT DOLPHINS

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

Pittsburgh: Favorites who are averaging at least 27 points per game are just 7-32 ATS after limiting each of their previous two opponents to less than 15 points.

Miami: Following two straight losses, the Dolphins have gone 15-4 ATS as a home underdog over the previous 19 instances.

Pick: Dolphins.

JAGUARS (+2.5) AT BEARS

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

Jacksonville: With extra time to prepare, the Jaguars are 10-5 ATS since 2010.

Chicago: The Bears are 6-17 ATS at home since 2013.

Pick: Bears.

49ERS (+8) AT BILLS

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

San Francisco: Colin Kaepernick is 22-11 ATS against non-division opponents in his career (and 5-13 ATS against NFC West teams).

Buffalo: True home teams are 30-18 ATS in the past 48 games involving the Bills.

Pick: Bills.

RAMS (+3) AT LIONS

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

Los Angeles: Road teams averaging less than 18 points per game are 40-14 ATS in games with a spread between +3 and -3.

Detroit: The Lions are 14-20 ATS as a favorite following a straight-up win.

Pick: Rams.

BROWNS (+7) AT TITANS

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

Cleveland: The Browns are 3-11 ATS in their past 14 games as underdogs, losing each straight-up.

Tennessee: The Titans are 3-7-2 ATS as home favorites over the past five years.

Pick: Browns.

EAGLES (-2.5) AT REDSKINS

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

Philadelphia: From Week 5 forward, road teams coming off a road loss are 71-32 ATS in games with a spread between +3 and -3.

Washington: With Kirk Cousins at quarterback, the Redskins are 7-2 ATS as underdogs against NFC East teams.

Pick: Eagles.

CHIEFS (PICK ‘EM) AT RAIDERS

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

Kansas City: Chiefs Coach Andy Reid is 12-5 ATS coming off a bye in his career.

Oakland: Since 2009, the Raiders are 13-27 ATS after a straight-up win.

Pick: Chiefs.

FALCONS (+6.5) AT SEAHAWKS

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

Atlanta: Since 2000, teams that beat the defending Super Bowl champions as underdogs are 22-31 ATS in their next game.

Seattle: With extra time to prep, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is just 4-7 ATS.

Pick: Falcons.

COWBOYS (+4.5) AT PACKERS

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

Dallas: Since 1983, road teams with records better than .500 who are coming off upset wins at home are just 61-114 ATS.

Green Bay: The Packers are 7-2-2 ATS in their past 11 home games against non-division teams, winning all 11 of them outright.

Pick: Packers.

COLTS (+3) AT TEXANS

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

Indianapolis: Since the start of the 2015 season, road underdogs coming off a win have gone 24-5 ATS against division opponents.

Houston: Since 2009, the Texans are 2-16 ATS in prime-time games.

Pick: Colts.

JETS (+7.5) AT CARDINALS

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

New York: Since 2010, the Jets are 10-4 ATS as underdogs of at least seven points.

Arizona: The past 10 teams to be favored by at least a touchdown on Monday night have gone 1-8-1 ATS.

Pick: Jets.