Welcome to the recap blog, where we’ll take a look at the results from our previous weeks bets, as well as keep a running season total of our win loss record. Week to week results aren’t important, but I always liked the idea of tracking our bets to see how the season is going as... Continue Reading →
Taking a look at our last the three bets -- Chicago (+3.0) over Minnesota, New Orleans (+3.0) over Kansas City, and NY Giants (+4.0) over Cleveland. Plus, more fun QB news to review.
We're taking a peak at two of our bets -- The Panthers (+8.5) over the Packers and the Football Team (+5.5) over the Seahawks. QB news is a big theme this week, and unfortunately things didn't break our way.
Let's hope to get week 15 started with a W. The model likes the Raiders -3.5 over the Chargers. Both sides are dealing with injuries, but the Raiders won't impact them as much as you might think.
Hey look, the model picked a game that doesn't suck. We're backing the Cowboys getting a point at home against the red hot Rams. Recency bias can suck it.
The model loves crap teams. We're betting that the Bengals can keep it within 10 at home against the Patriots. Here's to the Red Rocket doing something, anything, against the stout Patriots defense.
By "messed up," I really mean "got lazy." Either way, it was a rough week at FirstAndThirty. I've stressed all year how important it is to get bets in early. Both of us have busy lives, making it difficult to look into the games in the detail that we want to early in the week.... Continue Reading →
I'm doing an abbreviated version of this, because it's Saturday morning and nobody is going to read it. Essentially, we dropped the ball. It was a busy week, but we still should have been able to get our recommended bets out earlier. It's another perfect example as to why you need to get your bets... Continue Reading →