NFL Week 6 is here and so is your NFL Week 6 Referee Report and Betting Stats and Trends. Last week, the referee likes ended up going 2-2. There are certainly trends and stats that are starting to take form and I will discuss them in this week’s report! Again as a reminder, these are trends and should not be your ONLY source for making your bets. Let’s dive into the NFL Week 6 Referee Report!
2021-2022 NFL Referee Stats
Above are the betting stats and trends for the referees from last season! I will reference this throughout the season to keep track of which referees are continuing their trends to one side or the other. There are a few referees who are continuing those trends and I will reference that in the article as we continue the season. Let’s get into the NFL Week 6 Referee Report!
2022-2023 NFL Referee Betting Stats and Trends
Road teams are finding success this season with Jerome Boger officiating the game! Boger was a topic of conversation after calling an atrocious roughing the passer call on the Falcons last week. However, the Falcons as the road underdog were still able to cover the spread against the Buccaneers in Week 5. Further, road teams so far this season are 3-1 straight up and 3-0-1 on the spread. Dating back to last season, road teams were 9-7 against the spread.
Referee Like: Jaguars +2
if you blindly bet the Under in games officiated by Ron Torbert prior to last season, you’d be winning 75% of your bets. Torbert officiated games are FLYING under the total. In fact, the average combined points scored is 27 points per game. Furthermore, home teams are averaging nine points per game! NINE! In the four officiated games this season, three out of the four home teams have scored eight points or less. I am going to continue to back the Under in Torbert games. In NFL Week 6, Torbert is officiating the Monday Night Football game between the Denver Broncos and the Los Angeles Chargers.
Referee Likes: Broncos/Chargers Under 45.5
Clay Martin makes his return to NFL Week 6 Referee Report. Home teams continue to find success in games officiated by Martin. In fact, this season, home teams are 4-1 straight up and 3-2 against the spread. Dating back to last season, home teams were 10-5 straight up and 9-6 against the spread. Furthermore, the Over is 4-1 in games officiated by Martin. In a season where the Under has been dominating thus far, Martin has been an exception to that trend. Over the last four weeks, home teams are averaging 36.25 points per game!
Referee Likes: Giants +6 and Giants TT Over 19.5