BetQL preview: What’s the probability that Commanders beat Falcons?

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(BETQL) If you tailed the BetQL Model in last week’s Falcons game, you definitely cashed in. As seen on Audacy’s 670 The Score website in Chicago, the model projected the exact final score: Falcons 27, Bears 24. This obviously doesn’t happen every week, but it certainly gives us some momentum for this Week 12 battle between the Commanders (6-5 SU, 6-4-1 ATS, 4-7 O/U) and Falcons (5-6 SU, 7-4 ATS, 6-5 O/U).

With back-to-back road wins, including one that handed the Eagles their first loss of the year, the Commanders find themselves firmly in the mix in the NFC playoff picture with plenty of time left to make some noise.

BetQL is giving the Commanders a 74.49% chance to win this game outright and projects them to win 25-19. Ron Rivera has gone 9-1 ATS in Weeks 10 to 13 while coaching Washington and we expect that trend to continue since the Commanders are four-point favorites and we project them to win by six. You can see all of this information and much more on BetQL’s game page.

After simulating this game 10,000 times, the key to Washington’s success is running back Antonio Gibson, who averaged 62.0 rushing yards in our sim. When Gibson went over that number with at least one rushing touchdown, the Commanders won 75% of the simulations. Gibson is coming off of his best rushing performance of the season (18 carries for 72 yards) in a 23-10 win over the Texans last week, so he will have some momentum against Atlanta, who ranks 21st in rushing yards allowed per game (123.1).

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