NFL Divisional Round Picks

Atlanta Falcons (-3) at Philadelphia Eagles

NB: Atlanta Falcons. The head of the Eagles was already cut off when Carson Wentz injured his knee. For casual football fans, It’s a real shame because the Eagles are really good this year. For rivals of Randy, it’s great because he will have so suffer all day Saturday waiting for his team’s inevitable death. This game should be close, but I just can’t see Nick Foles winning. Falcons 21-17.

RH: Philadelphia Eagles. From a pure betting perspective a home dog in the playoffs is a no brainer. From an on field perspective these two teams met last season and the Eagles dominated in the trenches on both side of the football rushing for over 200 yards and holding Atlanta to just 48 yards on the ground in a 9 point win. From a Nick Foles playing quarterback in a playoff game perspective, this one could get ugly and it’s probably a stay away. Falcons 17-16.

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NFL Wild Card Weekend Picks

Saturday, Jan. 6

Tennessee Titans at Kansas City Chiefs (-8.5)

NB: Tennessee Titans. It seems like just about everyone thinks this will be a KC blowout this weekend. I’m not nearly as convinced and think the Titans could screw around and maybe even win this one. We haven’t seen Playoff Mariota yet. He might shine and prove he is franchise QB for the Titans. Or he will wilt and the Chiefs will blow Tennessee out. A strange stat for you. The NFL regular season leading rusher has only won a single playoff game in the past decade (DeMarco Murray). Who won it this year? Kareem Hunt. Titans 24-23.

RH: Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs have been a roller coaster all season long, but at least their ride had some high points. The Titans are bad and if not for the Bills squeaking into the playoffs they’d be hands down the worst team in the playoffs. The Titans allowed more points than they scored and Marcus Mariota had more turnovers than TD passes. I wouldn’t be surprised if this games is over by halftime. Chiefs 27-13.

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Week 17 NFL Picks

Sunday, Dec. 31

1:00 p.m. ET

Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions (-7.5)

NB: Green Bay Packers. With both teams eliminated, this is just a gut call that this game stays close. I wouldn’t actually wager on it though.

RH: Detroit Lions. Betting in Week 17 can be a major crap shoot. So while I’ll make my picks I’ll talk more about the teams in general than this specific game. For the Packers, Aaron Rodgers can pretty much name his price going forward and all he would have to do is point to this season. On the Lions side, I’m really hoping we’ve seen the last of Jim Caldwell, it’s time for Detroit to move on.

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Week 16 NFL Picks

Saturday, Dec. 23

4:30 p.m. ET

Indianapolis Colts at Baltimore Ravens (-12.5)

NB: Indianapolis Colts. This line just seems too high for an up and down Ravens’ offense. I foresee a backdoor cover by the Colts.

RH: Baltimore Ravens. The Colts are terrible, but the good news is hopefully they only have one more game after this without Andrew Luck.

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Week 15 NFL Picks

Thursday, Dec. 14

Denver Broncos (-2.5) at Indianapolis Colts

NB: Indianapolis Colts. Brutal Thursday night game this week. Hold your nose, cover your eyes,  and take the points with the home underdog.

RH: Indianapolis Colts. A bad game that doesn’t even have a lot of fantasy players in it. Hard pass.

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Week 14 NFL Picks

Thursday, Dec. 7

New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons (-1)

NB: Atlanta Falcons. In what should be a pick em, the Falcons are getting an extra 2 points for what I think the spread should be. For that alone, I’ll take Atlanta.

RH: Atlanta Falcons. This is essentially a win or go home game for Atlanta and I think they’ll show up. It’s a lot to ask for the Saints to play basically two in division games with a playoff like atmosphere in five days.

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Week 13 NFL Picks

Thursday, Nov. 30

8:25 p.m. ET

Washington Redskins at Dallas Cowboys (-2)

NB: Dallas Cowboys. Dak is better than he has looked the past few games. I think this is a bounceback game for the Cowboys’ offense. It’s nice that it’s not even November yet and this game means nothing already.

RH: Washington Redskins. Dallas is done. Dak has yet to throw a touchdown pass in three games without Zeke and there is no sign of this offense getting any better until Zeke is back.

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