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Week 11 NFL Picks

Derek Carr and the Raiders go to Detroit in a Pick 'Em on Sunday, can they get the win?

Record in Week 10: 1-0

 

Record in 2015: 34-20-4

 

 

Week 10 was an interesting week to say the least. There were not a lot of games that I even liked on the schedule and we didn’t have a lot of our key angles going off. My numbers did like the Lions, but I just couldn’t bet that team on the road even though it was a huge number, and I forgot all about Andy Reid’s impeccable record coming off the Bye Week or I might have . . .

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Week 9 NFL Picks

Colin Kaepernick and the 49ers have struggled this season, and have turned to Blaine Gabbert, are the Falcons an automatic bet this weekend?

Record in Week 8: 3-1-2
Record in 2015: 29-20-3
 

Week 8 saw us get back on the winning side of things with 3 wins, one loss but two unfortunate pushes. I hate pushes, they drive me crazy. Three hours of intensely rooting for a team only to have nothing to show for it at the end. I don’t really mean it, but I often have said I’d just assume take the loss than get the push. The Giants game was all over the place but it finally looked like we had a shot . . .

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Week 8 NFL Picks

Andrew Luck and the Colts have been an ATS disappointment, but are they a value play as a Road Dog in Carolina?

Record in Week 7: 3-5
Record in 2015: 26-19-1
 

Well, we finally had a losing weekend in Week 7, and it was a week that I was actually very confident about. The Vikings and Raiders came up big for us winning outright, and the Buccaneers looked like an easy winner early, but barely came in for us about allowing the Redskins to come back from a 24 point deficit to win the game. I couldn’t have been more wrong about the Colts and Texans as they both were thoroughly embarrassed and the games were lost . . .

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Week 7 NFL Picks

Bryan Hoyer returned as the Texans starter last week for an easy cover vs. the Jaguars, can he make it two in a row in Florida?

Record in Week 6: 4-3
Record in 2015: 23-14-1
 

We got back on track last weekend going 4-3 with my 7 Official Picks, but I was very disappointed since a 5-2 day seemed where I was headed. We got very easy wins with the Dolphins, Bengals and Texans, while we had to sweat out the Bears win. The Chiefs couldn’t quite get there, but were close most of the day and Washington looked like it was a winner early on but the wheels fell off in the 2nd half, much like the Seahawks . . .

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Week 6 NFL Picks

Andy Dalton and the Bengals are road favorites vs. the Bills, can they get it done again?

Record in Week 5: 2-3-1
Record in 2015: 19-11-1
It was my first losing week of the season, let’s start with the wins. I was on the Browns and the Cardinals for outright wins, and they were pretty solid most of the day. I pushed on the Bengals game having it at exactly a FG, and I was probably pretty fortunate to do that given that the Seahawks had such a big lead late in the game. I lost on the Cowboys as they got roughed up by the Patriots and it now seems that . . .

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Week 5 NFL Picks

Philip Rivers and the Chargers host a well rested Steelers team but without Big Ben.

Record in Week 4: 3-2
Record in 2015: 17-8
It was a 3-2 weekend last weekend with great outright wins for three of the dogs we liked, the Bears, Giants and Rams all not only covered, but won outright. The Dolphins were a huge disappointment as I thought they would right the ship across the pond, but they fell flat and fired their coach. The 49ers game never got to 10 so I probably shouldn’t have bet it, but I did and there were plenty of opportunities for them to cover the game, they just continue . . .

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Week 4 NFL Picks

There hasn't been much to celebrate in Miami so far, will it change in a different country?

Record in Week 3: 4-4
Record in 2015: 14-6
 

In Week 3 we had eight Official Picks against the spread going 4-4 for the week. We are still eight games up on the season sitting at 14-6 on the young season. We had some easy wins and close losses last week, but I’m most proud of an angle that I’ve now been tracking for a few years, the angle that went 2-0 for us last week in easy wins as we were betting against both of the teams traveling to London . . .

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Week 3 NFL Picks

Sam Bradford and the Eagles have let down a lot of bettors this season, is it time to jump ship?

Record in Week 2: 5-1
Record in 2015: 10-2
Going into Week 2, I didn’t like a lot of the games on the slate. I knew I was going to be on Cleveland for several reasons, but that is really all I had going in. I sat down later in the week and really started looking at the matchups and ended up on six games, going 5-1 again for the weekend. Getting to 10 wins this early in the season is great, and for the last several years, the magical 50 win season has evaded my . . .

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Week 2 NFL Picks Report Card

Derek Carr and the Raiders cashed a ticket for us as a dog, but ended up winning outright!

Record Year to Date: 10-2

Record in Week 2: 5-1

 

Week 2 NFL Picks:

Tennessee Titans at Cleveland Browns (+2): WIN

Atlanta Falcons (+2) at New York Giants: WIN

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+10) at New Orleans Saints: WIN

Miami Dolphins at Jacksonville Jaguars (+7): WIN

Baltimore Ravens at Oakland Raiders (+7): WIN

San Francisco 49ers (+6 ½) at Pittsburgh Steelers: LOSS

 

It was another great weekend going 5-1 for the 2nd straight weekend. The early games looked like we would win the Buccaneers and Browns early on, while the 49ers was clearly a loss from early on. The Falcons game was the one I paid the most attention to since it would decide if we went 3-1 or 2-2 in the early games. Luckily for us, the Falcons defense came up with a big fumble late and the offense took over from there to get the outright win putting us at 3-1. I would have been happy with a split in the afternoon games between the Jaguars and the Raiders, and we got outright wins from two big home dogs in both of them. It was a great day all around, and I couldn’t be happier sitting at 10-2 on the season through two weeks.

 

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Week 2 NFL Picks

Johnny Football will have to on point this Sunday to hold off rookie sensation Marcus Mariota and the Titans.

Record in Week 1: 5-1
Seattle Seahawks at St. Louis Rams (+4): WIN
Miami Dolphins (-4) at Washington Redskins: WIN
Baltimore Ravens at Denver Broncos (-5): WIN
New York Giants (+6) at Dallas Cowboys: WIN
Minnesota Vikings at San Francisco 49ers (+3): WIN
Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears (+7): LOSS
It was a great start to the season going 5-1 on opening weekend. Definitely not the blowouts I expected in the two games I had the favorites as Denver and Miami both got the cover in the final minutes of the game, but I’ll take it . . .

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