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Since we love to give you gambling picks, here are our friends at OddsShark’s weekly selections for Outkick readers.

The Buffalo Bills (4-2) have been one of the biggest early-season surprises and are challenging for a Wild Card berth while sitting only one game behind the New England Patriots in the AFC East standings. The Tennessee Titans (3-3) have also been a nice story, already earning as many wins as they had all of last season. Find out if they will continue their success against divisional opponents this week …

Bills (-3) at Dolphins (Sun, 1 p.m. ET) – Matchup Report

Buffalo has dominated Miami (2-4) lately with a 5-1 mark both straight up and against the spread in the past six meetings. The Bills are also road favorites in this matchup and have gone 7-3 ATS in their last 10 overall under that scenario. However, they have dropped 15 of 21 away from home after winning their most recent road game, and running back LeSean McCoy could not finish practice on Wednesday due to a hamstring injury. Look for the Dolphins to win their second straight at home in a small upset.

Colts at Titans (-2.5) (Sun, 1 p.m. ET) – Matchup Report

Indianapolis (2-4) has been extremely disappointing so far this season but has been nearly perfect versus Tennessee over the past few years, going 9-0 SU and 8-1 ATS in the past nine meetings. As good as the Titans have been recently, they have still dropped 10 of their last 11 SU against AFC South foes, and they are also 0-5-1 ATS in their previous six as favorites. Look for the Colts to come alive and continue their mastery of Tennessee with a road victory.

Seahawks at Cardinals (-1.5) (Sun, at 8:30 p.m. ET) – Matchup Report

This is the best divisional game of the week, pitting the top two teams in the NFC West against each other. With all due respect to the Los Angeles Rams, Seattle (4-1) and Arizona (3-3) have combined to win the last three division titles and are clearly the teams to beat. The Seahawks have won three straight times at University of Phoenix Stadium though, SU and ATS, and their defense will be the difference as they shut down the Cardinals en route to their eighth road win in 10 overall.

The SEC looks to have the three best college football matchups in Week 8, although the top-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide have looked almost unbeatable so far this season. Will Alabama beat the spread in its third straight game as a double-digit favorite again, or will the Texas A&M Aggies stay within shouting distance and manage the cover?

Texas A&M at Alabama (-18.5) (Saturday, 3:30 p.m. ET) –  Matchup Report

The Crimson Tide (7-0) have won 11 consecutive games versus teams with winning records, covering the number in nine of them. They have also won 19 in a row overall, which obviously does not bode well for Texas A&M here. The Aggies (6-0) have lost the past three meetings in the series and are just 3-9 against the spread the last 12 times when losing the previous game in a matchup, so roll with the Tide.

Arkansas at Auburn (-9.5) (Sat, 6 p.m. ET) – Matchup Report

The Razorbacks (5-2) were one of the biggest risers in the national polls this past week, but they will face a tough road test against the Tigers (4-2) at Jordan-Hare Stadium. The visiting team has dropped five of the past seven meetings in the series both straight up and ATS, and Auburn has gone 8-2 ATS in its last 10 when losing the previous game in a matchup. Arkansas has been fortunate to play its last five at home since beating TCU 41-38 on the road in its second game of the season. The Hogs have lost 11 of 15 away from home after winning their most recent road game and will fall by double digits in this spot, failing to cover the spread.

Ole Miss at LSU (-5.5) (Sat, 9 p.m. ET) – Matchup Report

Even though the Rebels (3-3) are just .500 right now, there is a reason they are ranked in the Top 25. They will be more than ready to pull off an upset of the Tigers (4-2) despite dropping 10 of the past 14 meetings, winning the last eight times after a loss overall. Ole Miss is also 4-1 ATS in its last five SEC games and will improve on both of those betting trends with a win.

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