Admittedly yesterday didn’t go to plan, mainly due to the Bengals being inept until the fourth quarter and then throwing it away in the most Bengals way ever with ridiculous fucking penalties, almost made me annoyed I stayed up until 5am watching the end of it.
Third game up over the weekend is on Sunday at 1805 and sees the Vikings rewarded for their division win by Hosting the on fire, dominant Seattle Seahawks
The Vikings generate very little offence, but they are what they are, they’re a tough defence, who rely on the game going to their script. I can’t see that happening against the leagues form team, Russell Wilson, Doug Baldwin and Tyler Lockett have been connecting for the last month for a lot of Touchdowns. Unfortunatelyafor Seattle Marshawn Lynch is still ruled out. And with temperatures around -17 Celsius, even colder with wind chill. It seems likely the run games will be relied on. For Seattle that’s between Michael and Bryce Brown. Michael the more likely. I can’t see past a comfortable Seahawks win though.
Seahawks -4 @ 20/21 – (1pt) LOSE
Christine Michael anytime @ 9/10 – (1pt) lose
Adrian Peterson anytime @ 4/5 – (1pt) lose
Fuck sake. Was sure I’d added Diggs u47.5 yards. Bollocks.
The Final matchup sees the Redskins host the Packers, in which promises to be the most exciting match of the weekend, (although the end of last nights match was ridiculous)
The Redskins have a fantastic record in Washington, and welcome the Green Bay packers who have been at best unreliable this season, but do have arguably the best QB in the league. The Skins, have Kirk Cousins, who personally I really like, he throws a lot of TDs, mainly to his buddy Jordan Reed who has been on fire recently. Coupled with the odd bomb down field to DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon and Jamison Crowder occasionally doing something, they’ve got a fairly decent attack, but also a pretty crappy defence, so I expect (and hope for) points.
Over 46.5 points @ 10/11 (1pt)
Reed anytime @ 23/20 (2pts) – WIN – 2 or more @ 11/1 (1pt)
Total outlay – 7pts
YTD -6 pts