There is plenty of NFL football to wager on this Saturday with three games scheduled throughout the day. Whether it’s a point spread or a total, there is a bet that stands out in each contest.

Here are the three best bets for Saturday’s Week 16 games. Betting odds and trends are courtesy of OddsShark.

Houston Texans vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Over 49.5

Tampa Bay overs have been the best bet of the 2019 NFL season, hitting in 11 of the team’s 14 games. Only one of the Bucs’ last 12 games hasn’t totaled at least 50 points.

Deshaun Watson should have a big afternoon against one of the league’s worst secondaries. Houston has scored at least 20 points in nine of its last 10 games. Tampa Bay has given up more points than any team in the AFC. You know Jameis Winston will be slinging the football as he tries to set the season passing record. Whether it’s the Tampa Bay receivers or Houston defenders doing so, a lot of those attempts will be turned into points.

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Quarterback Jameis Winston of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the pregrame of an NFL football game on Oct. 5, 2017 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. Getty Images

Buffalo Bills vs. New England Patriots Under 36.5

The Patriots beat the Bills 16-10 on Sept. 29 in a game that featured two offensive touchdowns. Saturday’s contest could seem like a replay when the AFC East rivals meet at Gillette Stadium.

These two teams undoubtedly have a pair of the league’s few elite defenses. They are giving up a combined 28.8 points per game. The Patriots and Bills rank first and second in the AFC, respectively, in points allowed, yards allowed and opponents’ passer rating. Tom Brady and Josh Allen have two of the league’s three worst completion rates. If you bet the under in every Buffalo and New England game thus far, you’d have a 20-8 record.

San Francisco 49ers (-6.5) vs. Los Angeles Rams

The Rams were embarrassed by the Dallas Cowboys 44-21 last week in a game they essentially had to win to make the playoffs. There is little reason to trust them against arguably the best team in the NFC.

San Francisco already had its way with Los Angeles on the road, beating the Rams 20-7 in Week 6. Eight of the 49ers’ 11 victories have come by at least a touchdown. They’ve completely blown out a few teams at home, beating the Browns, Panthers and Packers by an average of 31.7 points. With the NFC West title and the No.1 seed in their sights, San Francisco will bounce back after blowing a game against the Atlanta Falcons that they didn’t necessarily need to win.