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.
We were able to book another win week 2 after grabbing 3 favorites. I argued that if it wasn't for the opposing teams starting QB getting injured we actually would have went undefeated. I'm all about the bullshit excuses.
The Steelers ride into Denver to take on the Broncos. The model likes Pittsburgh to win by a touchdown+, and it's easy to see the Steelers having success against the Broncos banged up defense.
|BAL @ CLE||12/22 1:00PM|
Ever wonder how Phil Rivers keeps track of 9 kids? Luckily, we don't have to figure that out. You should still bet the Chargers -2.5 if you got the line available, though.
|PHI @ MIA||12/1 1:00PM|
LA Chargers -2.5
|LAC @ DEN||12/1 4:25PM|
We take a look back at week 16, where we edged out a few wins Sunday then got trucked on Christmas Eve.
The model is yet again favoring the Broncos, this time picking on a Raiders team that is simply bad at football. If you're a Raiders fan, you probably won't enjoy this article. Read it anyway since I need the clicks.
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 →