…off to yet another bad start, what with the ‘Skins getting their arse handed to them on the most recent edition of Thursday Night Football. But Sunday is another day…
San Francisco at Chicago (-3.5)
JIMMY FOOTBALL!! Finally!! Not sure what the Niners were waiting for. Playbook? Please. Seattle? Please. Get him in there. Get it done. And?
San Francisco 24, Chicago 13.
Minnesota at Atlanta (-2.5)
This is a tough one. Atlanta is rejuvenated. The Vikings seem to be waiting for Case Keenum to crumble. This may be the week. Let’s face it…it’s Case F’ng Keenum!!
Atlanta 31, Minnesota 21.
Houston at Tennessee (-7.5)
I’m honestly not sure the Titans should be favored by this much over anyone…well, except Cleveland. But Tom Savage really is terrible.
Tennesse 27, Houston 17.
Tampa Bay (-1.5) at Green Bay
Tampa is really favored AT Green Bay? Seriously? Brett Hundley notwithstanding, seems like a stupid idea.
Green Bay 23, Tampa Bay 21.
Denver at Miami (-0.5)
Brutal. How does anyone pick this game? Shot in the dark here.
Denver 20, Miami 14.
New England (-8.5) at Buffalo
I shouldn’t do it, but I’m going to. Pats on the road. Divisional foe. Bills hanging on to playoff hopes. Pats banged up. Blah, Blah, Blah. But I am doing it…
New England 38, Buffalo 17.
Detroit at Baltimore (-2.5)
The Ravens seem rejuvenated as well. Yes, I already used this word to describe the Falcons. So be it. Either way, can’t trust the Lions.
Baltimore 24, Detroit 21.
Indianapolis at Jacksonville (-9.5)
Jacksonville lost to the Arizona Cardinals last week. Let that sink in for a while. And yet, I’m doing it against my better judgement this week with the Jags.
Jacksonville 31, Indianapolis 17.
Kansas City (-3.5) at New York Jets
KC has plummeted since their Opening Day win over the Pats. Good for them. Then they lost at home to a mediocre Bills team last week. This week? At least the Jets won’t be the New York team starting Geno Smith this weekend.
Kansas City 23, New York Jets 13.
Cleveland at Los Angeles Chargers (-13.5)
Josh Gordon is back! I guess you can still make it back to the NFL after ingesting all kinds of drugs for several years. If Aaron Hernandez was still alive, maybe he would have a chance to get back. Wait, he (allegedly) murdered several people as well, so maybe not…
Los Angeles Chargers 34, Cleveland 20.
New York Giants at Oakland (-6.5)
Oakland is miraculously only a game out now in the AFC West. The G-Men just turned to…Geno Smith. I hate Eli Manning of course. But Smith simply cannot play in the NFL. And the way the team handled the whole benching was absolutely atrocious. Realistically, I could have just said “GEEEEEEEENNNNNNN-OOOOOOOOOOO” here and that would have been all that needed to be said.
Oakland 23, New York Giants 7.
Los Angeles Rams (-6.5) at Arizona
Still not in on the Rams? Not sure I am either. BUT…I think I am this week.
Los Angeles Rams 38, Arizona 20.
Carolina at New Orleans (-3.5)
Matchup between a pair of 8-3 teams. Who saw this one coming? No one. Yup. No one.
New Orleans 30, Carolina 23.
Philadelphia (-5.5) at Seattle
I say it every week, Philly is on a roll. The Seahawks are believe it or not a pedestrian 3-2 at home. Plus they are ravaged by injuries. But you know what? Seattle is getting it done this week. Another hunch. But a legit one this time, I will promise you.
Seattle 33, Philadelphia 30.
Pittsburgh (-5.5) at Cincinnati
Speaking of hunches, I am going against myself this time. The Steelers play down to their competition. Seems like 5.5 is too high, especially on the road. Even against the Bungles. So, we shall see…
Pittsburgh 27, Cincinnati 20.
Week (against the spread): 0-1
Week (straight up): 0-1
Season (against the spread): 92-85
Season (straight up): 116-61
Posted on December 2, 2017, in Uncategorized and tagged AFC East, Buffalo Bills, Division, Eli Manning, gambling, Geno Smith, New England Patriots, NFC West, NFL, NFL picls, Playoffs, point spreads, Super Bowl, Week Thirteen. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.