With week 3 in the books and most of the injury news being reported, we take a look at what happened and how it impacts each team moving forward.
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. This... Continue Reading →
Part 3 of the matchup breakdown takes a look at the Saints -3.0 over the Packers and the Bucs -6.0 over the injured Broncos. If you're into fading early season results, this is the place to be.
Part 2 of 3 analyze the Rams (+2.5) over the Bills and the Eagles (-6.0) over the Bengals. We're fading two early season narratives: Carson Wentz isn't this bad. Josh Allen isn't this good. Let's hope we're right.
Part 1 takes a look at Jacksonville (-3.0) over Miami on Thursday Night Football and Pittsburgh (-4.0) over Houston. Taking the Jags on Thursday Night and a 38 year old QB coming off an elbow injury. What could go wrong?
In the interest of full disclosure, I’m posting our in-house power rankings that is used to feed the model. These rankings are projections for each team for the given week, with injury adjustments if they might be without a key contributor for the week (aka San Francisco).
Welcome to the recap blog. Weekly results don’t matter, but we want to track how we did and keep up to date stats, so we’ll use this space to see what happened. It’s always interesting to look at both your wins and loses and see what happened in the game — some bad calls or... Continue Reading →
We're counting on Jimmy G and his awesome jaw line to take down Mason Rudolph and the Steelers with 6.5 points.
That's right, bitches. We're back on the Chiefs, giving up 6.5 to the red hot Ravens at home. Regardless of if you bet this game, seeing if Lamar Jackson can keep up with Patrick Mahomes should be a fun watch.
But you should bet it, too.