AFL Betting Recap - Week 15
June 30, 2013
By VI News
League Betting Notes
-- Favorites went 4-1 straight up in Week 15
-- Favorites went 3-2 against the spread in Week 15
-- Road teams notched a 4-1 record in Week 15
-- The 'over' went 3-2 in Week 15
Team Betting Notes
-- Philadelphia (9-5) is starting to look like an Arena Bowl contender, as they won their fourth consecutive game in Week 15, dispatching Cleveland (2-12) by a 66-57 score. The combined 123 points was also the highest total of the week.
-- The class of the AFL continues to be in the National Conference's West Division. San Jose (10-4) joined the double-digit wins colum, picking up a road win and cover at Utah (5-9). The Sabercats own the AFL's second-best home record at 6-1, but they're also 4-3 on the road.
-- Despite their 12 loss in 14 tries, Cleveland has now covered three straight games, drawing even at 6-6 ATS this season.
-- New Orleans (4-10) kept their slim playoff hopes alive with a 59-54 road win at Pittsburgh (3-11). It was the first road victory of the season in six tries for the Voodoo.
-- San Antonio (8-6) picked up their sixth road win in seven tries in Week 15, picking off Iowa (6-9). Chicago (8-6), San Antonio and Philadelphia are each tied with the AFL's best road mark at 6-1.
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