Another week in the books and another week with more money in your pocket. For those who missed last week’s episode, we rolled with the Eagles, the Saints, and unfortunately, the 49ers. The first two were quality picks, with little to worry about specifically in the Eagles - Broncos game. San Fran continues to stink so maybe there’s just no hope for them.
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Seattle Seahawks @ Arizona Cardinals +6
Minnesota Vikings @ Washington Redskins +1.5
Green Bay Packers @ Chicago Bears -5.5
Pittsburgh Steelers @ Indianapolis Colts +10
LA Chargers @ Jacksonville Jaguars -3.5
NY Jets @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers +2.5
Cincinnati Bengals @ Tennessee Titans -4.5
New Orleans Saints @ Buffalo Bills +3
Cleveland Browns @ Detroit Lions -12
Houston Texans @ LA Rams -12
Dallas Cowboys @ Atlanta Falcons -3
NY Giants @ San Francisco 49ers +2.5
New England Patriots @ Denver Broncos +7.5
Miami Dolphins @ Carolina Panthers -9
Jacksonville Jaguars -3.5: The Jags look to win three straight with a home matchup against the Chargers, and I think they’ll get it. Why you may ask? Because Jacksonville is going to run down LA’s throat and then take Keenan Allen and the rest of LA’s weapons out of the game. LA ranks 28th in rush defense, while Jacksonville is the #1 ranked rushing team in the league. Recipe for success usually includes being able to run down your opponents throats and shutting their offense down. I expect the Jags to do both.
NY Jets -2.5: Part of me reallllllly wants to take TB here because of the revenge factor with Fitzmagic facing the Jets. Then I remember Fitzmagic is playing, Mike Evans isn’t, and TB seems to have lost all capabilities of rushing the ball. Just look at Dougie Martin’s stats from last week if you don’t believe me. The Jets aren’t as bad as everyone expected and continue to defy Vegas’ lines almost every week, posting a 6-2-1 record ATS. J-E-T-S Jets Jets Jets?
New England Patriots -7.5: We’re back on the Pats baby! At least for now. If you followed my advice last season, you were constantly betting on the Pats. This year has been hit or miss with Mr. Brady, as the Pats are 4-4 ATS, but Denver is no Bueno. Stinky. Garbage. Osweiller. Whoops, that last one is the QB’s name, not an insult. I don’t think I have to dig deep with the analysis on this one, take Brady.
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