NFL Football Picks
This game sets up perfect for Baltimore. They are at home and have an 3 extra days to get ready for the game. They are coming off a bad loss on national TV. On the other side Denver has won 2 games in Denver, and travel for the first time in 2018. Denver’s altitude is hard for visitors to handle as seen by both teams having bad 4th quarters. The Ravens are the better coached team. Keith Allen goes deeper into why this game favors the Ravens on paper but is it enough to cover the 5 spot?
The New York Jets come to FirstEnergy Stadium to battle the Cleveland Browns on Thursday Night Football. The Jets weren’t able to follow a great week one win, losing 20-12 at home to the ‘Dolphins last Sunday. The Browns, meanwhile, fell to the Saints in overtime, with a series of bad breaks once again costing them a needed W. Who can get the big win on Thursday? Loot breaks it down!
Russell Wilson was sacked 6 times last week in a loss to the Broncos. Things won’t get any easier for the Seahawks without WR Doug Baldwin who went down with a knee injury and will miss several weeks. The running game is virtually nonexistent for Seattle. Should the Seahawks only be 3.5 point dogs versus the Chicago Bears? Jay Horne gives his NFL pick.
This Sunday in Landover, Maryland, the Washington Redskins will host the Indianapolis Colts. The Redskins are a two field goal favorite versus Andrew Luck and company, an offensive group that hasn’t been together for a while. Is 6 points, and even 6.5 at some sportsbooks, too much for an Indianapolis team that is expected to be better after their week 1 run?
Kevin West breaks down this game and offers his total pick and analysis. “It won’t matter if Minnesota runs or passes, Green Bay’s defense is so horrible that they’re going to move the ball down field either way. “But what about the Vikings D?” They’re not as good away from home, plus I watched the game vs. SF twice and there were Niner receivers leaking out all over the place, many times wide open! Minnesota Vikings vs. Green Bay Packers is expected to be a shoot out. The total is currently 46.5. Read the full pick!
The crowd was pumped in Oakland on Monday Night, celebrating the return of John Gruden. Beyond that there wasn’t much to celebrate for Raider Nation. The Broncos on the other hand pulled out a nice win versus Seattle. Can Gruden get his first win… Or at least cover that six?
Things didn’t go so great for Jimmy Garoppolo and the Niners in week one, with a 24-16 loss and no-cover at Minnesota. For the Lions, first signs were not good. Matthew Stafford struggled behind a line that might not have come along as far as some have thought. Which QBs bounce back in week 2?
Loot Levinson breaks down the week 2 match-up between the Arizona Cardinals and the Los Angeles Rams. Sportsbooks have the Rams 12.5 points better than the Cards and expect around 46.6 points on the board. Last year the Rams beat the Cardinals both times, by a combined score of 55-16. Will this trend continue?
The Eagles make the trip to Raymond James Stadium on Sunday for a week 2 NFC battle versus the Buccaneers. Both teams won their opener. The defending Super Bowl champion Eagles overcame a slow start to beat a good Falcons team on Thursday, 18-12, showing a lot of what made them so good last season. Tampa, meanwhile, was the surprise of week 1, handing the Saints an earlier than expected L. Who can take it to 2-0 on Sunday in Tampa? Read Loot Levinson’s breakdown.
Keith Franks has a Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets Pick for Sunday, September 16th, 2018 at 1:00 PM. Both teams won their week 1 game. Online Sportsbooks currently have Miami -1, getting the slight edge likely due to offensive experience and despite a much closer opener. Rookie Sam Darnold and the Jets won 48-17. Who takes loss #1 in week 2?
The LA Chargers rack up some frequent flier miles as they travel to New Era Field to take on the Buffalo Bills in a week two AFC contest. Both teams had an awful week 1. The Chargers, with all the preseason talk about how good they could be, fell to the Chiefs at home, 38-28, in a game that wasn’t as close as the final suggests. Not to be outdone, the Bills, fell harder in their opener, with a 47-3 loss on the road against the Ravens. Who can get that first win of the season this week in Buffalo? Loot Levinson breaks down this game and the sportsbook’s growing line of 7.5.
This is the longest, ongoing rivalry in the NFL with Green Bay and Minnesota playing every year since 1961. They have been in the same division since the Vikings came in via expansion and its fun because they downright hate each other. There is no way Aaron Rogers was going to be held back from this one. Ted Walker breaks this game down by the numbers and gives his NFL pick.
This Sunday at 1:00pm we have a game between two teams that were unable to find wins in week one. The Cleveland Browns are coming off of a tie with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The New Orleans Saints are headed into this one after a defeat at the hands of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Who will get their first win? Bob breaks down their betting odds.
The Carolina Panthers head to Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta Georgia to visit the Falcons. This is an NFC South showdown that could have big playoff implications not only in the division but across the NFC. Bob Clark breaks down the game and makes his football pick.
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