With week 9 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 as well as providing full transparency to our readers. Let’s get into it:
The model thinks you're all undervaluing Phillip Rivers and the Colts, who are getting 2.5 points against a Ravens team who's offense is a shell of what it was last year.
This blog takes a look at the Chargers (-1.5) over the Raiders, as well as the Falcons (-4.0) over the Broncos.
This blog takes a look at the Saints getting 5.5 vs the Bucs on Monday Night, as well as the Jags getting 7 vs the Texans. In one game we're betting against arguably the best team in football. In the other, we're betting on a 6th round rookie QB making his NFL debut. What could go wrong?
This blog takes a look at two of the model's favorite bets this week, the banged up 49ers getting 5.5 at home against the Packers and the Cardinals giving 4.5 to the Dolphins.
Recapping a very boring week 9 that saw us betting just one game. Unfortunately, we lost that game. We're now sitting at 54% on the season.
Ah, we have a classic "bet it, don't watch it game. Just in case you're crazy enough to subject your eyes to the awfulness that is these football teams, I compiled a breakdown detailing where each team is at. Even if you don't read it, be nice and click on the headline so I feel better about the pageviews.
Unfortunately, the only game that the model likes. It gives a slight edge to Washington, but we really can't trust that with Dwayne Haskins under center. If you haven't been paying attention, Haskins is #bad at football.
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