Hey guys. Hey. Sorry for the late arrival of my picks, but I’ve been too busy wallowing in my own fantasy sorrow. Last week we went 2-2, which isn’t bad but obviously isn’t great. Here are the current lines and O/U.
Cincinnati (At Wembley) (-3) - Washington - 47.5
At Atlanta (-3) - Green Bay - 52.5
At Houston (-2.5) - Detroit - 45.5
Seattle (-3) - At New Orleans - 48
New England (-6) - At Buffalo - 47
NY Jets (-3) - At Cleveland - 43
At Tampa Bay (PK) - Oakland - 49.5
Kansas City (-2.5) - At Indianapolis - 50
At Denver (-4.5) - San Diego - 43.5
At Carolina (-3) - Arizona - 47.5
At Dallas (-4.5) - Philadelphia - 43
Minnesota (-4.5) - At Chicago - 41
New England -6 At Buffalo: KEEP RIDING NEW ENGLAND. Especially when Sexy Rexy continues to mouth off to the media. LeSean McCoy is like 99.9% out this week and I’m not convinced about any other rusher besides Tyrod "T-Mobile" Taylor. Take the Pats.
Philadelphia at Dallas -4: Zeke got the freaks and that’s a known fact. If you didn’t understand that reference, see yourself out, thanks. Any who, Philly can stop the pass, but can they stop the rushing attack of arguably the best RB in the league in Zeke and a fairly mobile QB in Prescott? Maybe, but I think Dallas still wins. Wentz has been struggling lately, and this game won’t help. Take the Stars.
If You’re Up For It
Seattle's D hasn’t been as stingy as years past, but New Orleans does this thing where they score a billion points at home and still lose. I can see the Indy-KC and Cincy-Washington games hitting the under. Games played in England (Cin-Wash) tend to be real stinky and sloppy. I don’t see KC allowing Indy to score that much, and the Chiefs usually don’t score too much themselves.
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