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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers host the Atlanta Falcons on “Monday Night Football” to close out Week 15 in the NFL. The Falcons are six-point favorites, up two from the opener.

The over-under, or total number of points oddsmakers think will be scored, is 47.5, the same as where it opened.

Before you make any bets on Falcons-Bucs, you’ll want to hear what SportsLine Senior Analyst Larry Hartstein has to say.

In Week 14, Hartstein backed the Falcons as home dogs to New Orleans. Atlanta’s pulsating 20-17 victory kept Hartstein’s streak rolling.

It improved him to 11-2 on picks for or against the Dirty Birds since the start of last season. Anyone who has followed his advice is way, way up.

Part of his success: Hartstein was a sportswriter based in Atlanta for 15 years. He has his finger on the pulse of Dan Quinn’s team.

Now he’s gunning for 12-2 and just locked in a strong play for “Monday Night Football.” You can only see it over at SportsLine.

Hartstein knows the past two times these teams met, the Falcons won by 14 and 15 points. In the most recent meeting four weeks ago, the Falcons won 34-20 with wide receiver Julio Jones busting loose for 253 yards and two touchdowns.

And in his past four full games, Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston has committed nine turnovers. He has struggled with injuries this season and has just 14 touchdowns with eight interceptions.

But just because the Falcons have been hotter doesn’t mean they cover a six-point spread on the road on “Monday Night Football.”

In games Winston has played, the Bucs have lost eight times. However, they’ve fallen by one score five times. They were within striking distance of the Lions (3), Packers (6), Bills (3), Cardinals (5) and Patriots (5).

And the Falcons haven’t been lighting up the scoreboard. They scored just nine points at home against the Vikings two weeks ago, then put up 20 against the Saints.

Atlanta has hit 30 points just twice in the past 10 games. Jones has only three 100-yard games and three touchdowns this season. The Falcons largely have sputtered under first-year offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian.

Hartstein is leaning over for Monday night, but what about the spread, which he has made his name picking?

He knows there’s a huge x-factor that ultimately determines the point-spread winner for Falcons-Buccaneers on “Monday Night Football.” And he’s sharing it over at SportsLine.

So which side should you back in Falcons-Buccaneers on “Monday Night Football?” Visit SportsLine now to see what big x-factor determines which side of Falcons-Buccaneers you need to be all over, all from the expert who has nailed 11 of his past 13 Falcons picks, and find out.

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Alshon Jeffery

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PHILADELPHIA — Following an 8-yard touchdown reception late in the first half, Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Alshon Jeffery lined up a good 15 feet from the rest of his offensive brethren, who were bunched together like bowling pins. He sized them up, flicked his wrist, and after a beat, they all fell over. A perfect strike.

It was that kind of day for Jeffery against his former team. He outgained the anemic Bears all by himself in the first half and finished with five catches for 52 yards and a score. That TD — his seventh of the season — also happened to trigger a $250,000 bonus in his contract. From a personal standpoint, it doesn’t get much better.

Jeffery has been more focused on team achievement this season, though. He downplayed this week’s matchup against Chicago, where he spent the first five seasons of his career, saying it was just another game on the schedule. On pace to finish with about 60 catches and 900 yards entering Week 12 — a far cry from the 85-catch, near-1,300 yard campaign he had in his best years with the Bears — Jeffery stated that “winning championships” is what matters to him.

The Eagles continue down the track in that pursuit. Their 31-3 win over Chicago moves them to 10-1 on the season. The past two times they started 10-1 (1980 and 2004), they reached the Super Bowl. The odds of postseason success continue to tilt in their favor. Per ESPN Stats & Information, 67 teams have started 9-1 or better in the Super Bowl era before the Eagles. All 67 reached the playoffs, 48 won at least one game, 33 reached the Super Bowl and 17 won it.

They can clinch the NFC East with a Dallas loss or tie against the Washington Redskins on Thursday night. If Dallas wins, The Eagles will clinch by beating the Seattle Seahawks Sunday night.

Quarterback Carson Wentz continues to be the guiding force in the Eagles’ surge towards NFL supremacy. He finished with three touchdowns, upping his league-leading total to 28. He joins Donovan McNabb (2006) and Hall of Famer Sonny Jurgensen (1960-61) as the only Eagles players to throw multiple TD passes in seven consecutive games. He is on pace to throw 41 touchdowns this season. The most touchdown passes by an Eagles quarterback in a single season is 32, established by Jurgensen in 1961.

Wentz seems to have at least one highlight-reel play per game. This week, the most dazzling came on 3rd-and-9 in the second quarter, when he somehow felt defensive back Cre’Von LeBlanc bearing down on his blind side, spun away from contact and scrambled 16 yards to set up his second touchdown throw of the game. He continues to add to his MVP résumé.

His developing chemistry with Jeffery will only help the Eagles down the stretch. Jeffery has 15 catches for 203 yards with four touchdowns over the past three games. Five of his seven TDs have come over his past four outings.

Personally and team-wise, it’s all starting to come together for Jeffery, and just in time for a critical two-game West Coast trip to face Seattle and the L.A. Rams. His old squad, meanwhile, continues to slide in the other direction.

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