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Sunday, October 15, 2017


Last week I went 8-6 (51-26) and 8-6 (41-36) against the spread.

Cleveland Browns (0-5) at Houston Texans (2-3) 
Line: Texans by 10

Even after losing JJ Watt, Houston will have enough to put this game away in the first quarter. Take the Texans to win and cover.

New England Patriots (3-2) at New York Jets (3-2) 
Line: Patriots by 9.5

Despite the fact New England’s play barely resembles last year’s team, there’s no way the Jets beat them even at home. Take the Patriots to win and cover.

Miami Dolphins (2-2) at Atlanta Falcons (3-1) 
Line: Falcons by 11.5

Despite how well the Miami defense has played, they're not going to be able to fully stop Atlanta’s offense who may score 40 points on Sunday…or more. Take the Falcons to win and cover.

Detroit Lions (3-2) at New Orleans Saints (2-2) 
Line: Saints by 4.5

The Lions are coming off a tough home loss to Carolina, while New Orleans is well rested after their bye. New Orleans seemed to find something on defense in the two games before the bye and I think the momentum carries. Take the Saints to win and cover.

The Sports Doctor
Green Bay Packers (4-1) at Minnesota Vikings (3-2) 
Line: Packers by 3

It doesn’t matter who Minnesota plays at QB, they are no Aaron Rodgers, who has proven he can win in loud enemy stadiums. Take the Packers to win and cover.

Chicago Bears (1-4) at Baltimore Ravens (3-2) 
Line: Ravens by 6.5

Mitchel Trubisky will one day be a good NFL QB, but that day won’t be an October afternoon in Baltimore. Take the Ravens to win and cover.

San Francisco 49ers (0-5) at Washington Redskins (2-2) 
Line: Redskins by 10

The 49ers may not be as bad as the other 0-5 teams, but they won’t put out much of a fight against a Washington team that went toe to toe last week against the Chiefs. Take the Redskins to win and cover.

Los Angeles Rams (3-2) at Jacksonville Jaguars (3-2) 
Line: Jaguars by 2.5

Jacksonville can score and their defense is good, and they face a Rams team who played a tough physical game losing to Seattle. Take the Jaguars to win and cover.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-2) at Arizona Cardinals (2-3) 
Line: Buccaneers by 1.5

Arizona lost big to the Eagles last week, but I expect a big bounce back at home. Take the Cardinals in an upset.

Pittsburgh Steelers (3-2) at Kansas City Chiefs (5-0) 
Line: Chiefs by 4.5

I expect Pittsburgh to put in a better performance this week, so this should be an exciting game with a ton of offense. KC is for real. Take the Chiefs to win and cover.

Los Angeles Chargers (1-4) at Oakland Raiders (2-3) 
Line: No Line

Oakland may not have Derek Carr again in this one and this means a fourth consecutive loss. Take the Chargers.

New York Giants (0-5) at Denver Broncos (3-1) 
Line: Broncos by 12

Denver has playing excellent football, and considering the Giants have no running game and will be using their fourth string receivers, this one looks pretty easy. Take the Broncos to win and cover.

Indianapolis Colts (2-3) at Tennessee Titans (2-3) 

Tennessee has lost two straight games, but should have Marcus Mariota back for this one. Go with the home team. Take the Titans

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