Week 3 of the NFL season arrives and the bookies seem fairly spot on with spreads this week. A tough one for betting the main lines, but I've picked out some TD scorers and props.
So, not the start I wanted on here last week, personally I had a great weekend, but the selections I picked out at the end of the previews last week fell flat, in fact I only hit 1 of the TD scorers. On the other side of things the two props I recommended both came... Continue Reading →
First up, much appreciation for any and all clicks/read on opening weekend. I went WAY over the top, but hits on this site were through the roof. I hope you gained something from the previews and didn't scan straight to the bets I posted at the end as they didn't quite go to plan. I... Continue Reading →
After the main preview went long I split the two this week, check out my views on the late games for opening weekend.
Week 1 of the 2021 NFL season is here! My goodness I wrote too much this week, but it's the first weekend of the season, so who cares!
The season is finally here! After the longest offseason in sports, the NFL returns with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hosting the Dallas Cowboys in the season opener. Will the Bucs continue where they left off or will the Cowboys show they're one to consider for this season?
Kansas City Chiefs Last year 14-2; First place It was a disappointing end to the campaign for the Chiefs as their injuries to the offensive line left them unable to compete in the Superbowl. It's tough saying that a Superbowl loss was an under-achievement on the year but when you've got the best Quarterback in... Continue Reading →
The Titans took the AFC South on tie-breakers last year and it looks like another battle between them and the Colts this season. Or will Trevor Lawrence live up to his hype and drag the Jags up there? Will the Texans win 2 games?
The Buffalo Bills took the AFC East with 13 wins last season; Will they be able to repeat that feat with the other three teams in division all stronger this year?
SoS based on opponent win totals Baltimore Ravens Last year 11-5; Second place The off-season has been typically non-descript for the Ravens, the main headline for them would have been losing Orlando Brown in a trade with the Chiefs who they replaced with Vilaneuva who was free after leaving the Steelers, but there was good... Continue Reading →