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?
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.
Week 8 was kind to us as we took down both of our bets. The model called on us to take the Dolphins and Redskins, and both of those sad excuses for a football team covered.
We're bookending week 8 by taking the Thursday Night game and the Monday Night game. The model is back on the Dolphins with the points. Let's get at it.
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.
|MIA @ DAL||9/22 1:00pm|
NY Jets +22.5
|NYJ @ NE||9/22 1:00pm|
Kansas City -6.5
|BAL @ KC||9/22 1:00pm|
San Francisco -6.5
|PIT @ SF||9/22 4:25pm|
by Brady Week 13 is officially in the books. We recommended 3 bets, lost 1 easily, won 1 easily, and narrowly won a third for a 2-1 record. The model is rolling. Let's get into it. Kansas City (-15) @ OaklandVegas: OAK +15DomModel: OAK +19.506Recommendation: KC -15Analysis Let's start with the bad. We officially recommended KC before the... Continue Reading →