NFL Football Picks
The Arizona Cardinals can’t stop the run and can’t stop the pass. Can Seattle rebound off a home loss to the Saints in which they seemingly did everything wrong? Loot has the cover!
The Ravens dropped their first of the season last week losing in KC and will look to turn it around when the host AFC North rival the Browns. NFL prognosticator Bob Clarke breaks it down looking for a point spread winner.
The betting line on this game is a bit surprising considering the Pats are 28-3 in their last 31 vs. the Bills. That includes a 14-1 record at Buffalo! The low spread here suggests bookmakers think the Bills are for real and are expecting a close contest!
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers come to the Coliseum on Sunday for a week four NFC showdown against the unbeaten Los Angeles Rams. You have to feel for Tampa, right on the precipice of going to 2-1 against the Giants before a 34-yard field goal sailed right. What will their mindset be?
The betting pubic is all over the Texans in this game with a little more than two thirds of the wagers landing on that side of the line. Are the bettors overvaluing the loss of Cam Newton? Get Bob’s full take on the game plus his gutsy call on this game.
The Titans will have to be at their “physical” best on Sunday. If they can’t establish there running game early, they may be in trouble. The Falcons looked awful against the Vikings in their season opener but have played well enough to win in their last two including last week’s loss to the Colts. Get Bob’s point spread pick for this game.
The Miami Dolphins have been an absolute train wreck. They gave the Cowboys a game last week but folded like a cheap tent in the second half. The Chargers have been guilty of “playing down to their competition” in the past, but can the Phins be taken seriously after only scoring ONE touchdown this season? They’ve been outscored 133-16 this season!
The Colts are 2-1 SU and a bankroll padding 2-0-1 against the spread based on the closing number. The Raiders looked strong in their opener beating the Broncos but have dropped two straight against some fierce competition in Chiefs and Vikings. Can they back on track this week and at least stay with the number?
The Lions have overachieved early on. Especially when considering that Matt Patricia really isn’t a good coach. The Chiefs and Andy Reid have taken the passing game to another level. Check out Keith’s take on what will surely be the most popular Sunday game of Week 4.
The Jags looked good in their easy win over their AFC South divisional rival Titans back on Thursday night. They’ll come in with extra rest to play a Broncos team that has yet to post a win this season. The oddsmaker has Denver as a -3 favorite on the point spread line with the total set at 39 points. Read on to get Keith’s projected point spread winner.
The Skins looked awful in Week 3 against the Bears turning the ball over five time and now have to deal with a short preparation week. The Giants are sky high after QB Daniel Jones got a late come from behind drive to upset on the road in Tampa in his first career start. So why is Frank’s backing the dog here? Read on to get his analysis to back up his prediction.
Sunday night football has a potential good one with the Cowboys visiting the Saints in New Orleans. The line maker is trying to balance out the action with the public adulation of Dallas and the sharps licking their chops looking for a sportsbook to hang a three. Read on to see where Loot is laying his action.
Hold your hand up if you thought that the Packers would be 3-0 after facing the Bears, Vikings and Broncos? It’s not even the offense that deserves the credit. It’s the defense that’s only giving up 12 points per game.
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To our surprise, the general betting public are backing the Bears to the tune of 57%. Why are we surprised? Because Chicago hasn’t moved the ball all season. Meanwhile, the ‘Skins have been sub par (as expected), but +4 home underdog point spread has some serious wagering value!
The general consensus coming into the 2019 NFL season was the Rams would decline a bit and the Browns would be an up-an-comer. Just the opposite has happened early on. Baker Mayfield has yet to live up to all the hype, looking downright erratic at times. Check out Keith’s on this exciting Sunday Night Football game!