NFL Football Picks
Anybody notice how bad the Cowboys defense was last week vs. a bad Detroit team with a journeyman QB at the helm? Here’s how this one plays out… Bill Belichick always takes the opponents best player away (Elliott in this case). This forces Dak Prescott to throw into what I believe is the best secondary in the NFL. BAD MATCHUP! See Mike’s full take on this Week 12 Best Bet!
At first glance, the Jags vs. Titans game appears to be Week 12’s toughest bet to crack. The closer you look, the more the Titans look like a solid bet. Jacksonvile struggles to stop the run, they’re in a revenge spot, they’ve got ownage at home vs. Jax and Mike Vrabel is an up and coming coach. Jacksonville has Foles back, but he’s rusty and that’s no good because timing is important. Derrick Henry is primed for a big day!
Can anybody stop Lamar Jackson? The one man wrecking ball has led the Ravens to six straight wins with four covers during that span. Home dogs in the NFL are usually good bets but not so much in Week 12!
Prior to receiving the gift of playing the creampuff Redskins and Giants, the Jets had averaged around 11 points per game. Things get a bit tougher for them this week as the Raiders come to town. Oakland is playing good football and are a nice value as a -3 short favorite.
NFL bettors have it fresh in their mind that the Bears got smashed by the Rams on national tv and are a “bad” team. While Matt Nagy’s team has indeed looked sub-par, this is a really bad matchup for the NYG. The public will be scrathing their heads and looking at empty wallets after this one! Bet the Bears with confidence!
The Week 12 NFL game between the Broncos/Bills be one costly for many as 69% of the public are wagering on Buffalo, which is the wrong side. Anybody notice that the Denver gave the Vikings a hell of a game? That’s becuase they’re getting better. Meanwhile, Buffalo beat a hapless Miami team through the air, a feat they won’t be able to accomplish vs. a better than average Broncos secondary. Denver is our underdog bet of the week!
The Saints are very close to getting white hot. You can see it in their play. This is a real bad matchup for the Panthers who are likely to get gouged by Alvin Kamara this week. We hate to lay big points in the NFL so Jay’s prediction on this game will be a total wager.
Casual football bettors will see the Bungles big ZERO in the win column and automatically chalk up another loss. Truth-be-told, Cincinnati is a live home underdog vs. a Steeler team that never seems to play well away from home, is a division rival and is playing like TURD. However, Jay likes the over/under even more.
The Seahawks go into SF and beat up the Niners and Philly takes it on the chin from Tom Brady and Co, yet Seattle gets no respect as evidenced by the +2 underdog spread. The Seahawks will be one of our biggest bets of Week 12!
The Falcons played some of the best defense in Week 11 and the Buccaneers got blown out at home vs. the Saints. Who’d have thunk? A team is only as good as their last game or two and that makes the Dirty Birds HOT! This Week 12 matchup features a pretty low point spread considering the Falcons like to throw and TB has one of the worse secondaries in the NFL!
Week 12 Thursday Night Football presents us with a pair of teams not playing up to their expectations. Things won’t get any easier for the Colts, as they lost RB Marlon Mack to injury. Don’t count them out though! The Texans just got absolutely smoked last week by the Ravens! Loot has the cover!
This point spread is way off! Andy Reid is a much better coach than Anthony Lynn, Patrick Mahomes looks good despite his recent injury and the Chiefs defense appears to have improved as of late. We’re expecting a double digit win and cover by Kansas City here! Get Keith’s full take before placing your Week 11 NFL wagers!
Week 11 Sunday night football features a pair of teams who haven’t performed up to par per preseason expectations. While Rams QB Jared Goff is a much better QB at home, this is a bad matchup for him and the big point spread (+7) will be difficult for McVay and crew to cover.
Fishy point spreads usually produce fishy results. We anticipated this game coming out with the Ravens being a -7.5 favorite. Get Loot’s take on why he’s backing the road underdog here!
The Eagles have won back to back games allowing just a combined 27 points, but those came against the lackluster offenses of the Bills and the Bears. New England’s offense may not be as dangerous as it has been in recent seasons but they are a big step up from the last two opponents Philadelphia has faced. Can the Pats get the road win and more importantly get the point spread cover?
One would think the Niners would be motivated to smash coming of an emotional MNF loss. Truth be told, the Cardinals match up pretty well with San Fran and will be a live underdog in Week 11.