Every NFL team's record against the spread and more

Aaron Rodgers, left, stands with rookie quarterback Jordan Love during practice on Monday in Packers camp. Stacy Revere/Getty Images

After six weeks, we have no more teams unbeaten against the spread as Aaron Rodgers and the Packers were blown out in Tampa by Tom Brady and the Buccaneers. The Cowboys and Jets remain winless ATS. For the first time this season, we saw more unders than overs in a given week (10-4) and road teams continue to shine, covering at a 55% clip.

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: 3-3
O/U: 5-1

What we know: Bills lose back-to-back prime-time games and see their first under of the season.

New England Patriots

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

Miami Dolphins

ATS: 4-2
O/U: 2-4

What we know: After back-to-back blowout wins, the Dolphins' cover margin is 10.9 points per game, tops in the NFL.

New York Jets

ATS: 0-6
O/U: 3-3

What we know: The Jets have failed to cover in all six games and by an average of 11.3 points per game, worst in the NFL


AFC North

Baltimore Ravens

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

What we know: Lamar Jackson and Ravens have won 15 of their past 16 regular-season games. Ravens are 11-4-1 to the number in those contests.

Pittsburgh Steelers

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

What we know: Steelers are 4-1 with a cover margin of 7.2 PPG, second highest in the NFL.

Cincinnati Bengals

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

Cleveland Browns

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


AFC South

Jacksonville Jaguars

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

Indianapolis Colts

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

Tennessee Titans

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

What we know: The Titans remain undefeated on the season and get second straight cover with some OT magic over division rival Houston.

Houston Texans

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

What we know: Texans had the cover wrapped up before allowing a late Tennessee TD and a TD in overtime in one of the worst beats of the week.


AFC West

Los Angeles Chargers

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

Denver Broncos

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

What we know: The Broncos have now won consecutive games since an 0-3 start. They have also covered in four of five games this season, including close losses to the undefeated Titans and Steelers.

Las Vegas Raiders

ATS: 3-2
O/U: 5-0

What we know: The Raiders' big upset win was also the fifth time in five games to go over the total.

Kansas City Chiefs

ATS: 4-2
O/U: 2-4


NFC East

Washington

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

New York Giants

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

What we know: The G-Men pick up their first win of the season, but fail to cover as a rare favorite vs. Washington.

Dallas Cowboys

ATS: 0-6
O/U: 4-2

What we know: The Cowboys and Jets remain the only winless teams against the spread this season. That's two short of the most losses to the spread to begin a season in the last 20 years ('03 Raiders).

Philadelphia Eagles

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

What we know: A fourth-quarter scoring spree gets the cover for Philly despite another loss.


NFC North

Green Bay Packers

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

What we know: The Packers get blown out by Brady and the Buccaneers for their first loss and first non-cover of the season.

Chicago Bears

ATS: 4-2
O/U: 2-4

Detroit Lions

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

Minnesota Vikings

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

What we know: Vikings' three-game cover streak comes to a sudden stop vs. the Falcons. The defense continues to allow a lot of points, with four of six games going over.


NFC South

New Orleans Saints

ATS: 2-3
O/U: 5-0

What we know: All five Saints games have flown over the total to the tune of 10.8 points per game.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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

Atlanta Falcons

ATS: 2-4
O/U: 4-2

What we know: The Falcons' win and cover makes it 2-0 for interim coaches in their first game this season.

Carolina Panthers

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

What we know: Panthers' streaks of three straight covers and outright wins both end with a loss to the Bears.


NFC West

Arizona Cardinals

ATS: 4-2
O/U: 0-6

What we know: After Monday night's blowout of the Cowboys, the Cardinals are 4-2 to the spread and overall. Arizona is the one team in the league not to play an over game this year.

Los Angeles Rams

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

Seattle Seahawks

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

What we know: Seattle gets the last-minute win, but does not cover or go over for the first time this season.

San Francisco 49ers

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