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Sunday, November 19, 2017


Last week I went 12-2 (100-46) and 7-7 (79-67) against the spread:

Detroit Lions (5-4) at Chicago Bears (3-6)
Line: Lions by 3

Detroit wasn’t that impressive last week, but neither were the Bears. Matthew Stafford will be the difference. Take the Lions to win and cover.

Kansas City Chiefs (6-3) at New York Giants (1-8)
Line: Chiefs by 10.5

Kansas City wasn't playing great before their bye, but a game against the Giants should fix that. Take the Chiefs to win and cover.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-6) at Miami Dolphins (4-5)
Line: Dolphins by 1.5

Despite being in the middle of a three game losing streak, Miami showed signs of life on Monday against the Panthers. Take the Dolphins to win and cover.

Baltimore Ravens (4-5) at Green Bay Packers (5-4)
Line: Ravens by 2

The Packers looked better with Brett Hundley at QB last week in beating the Bears, but Baltimore’s defense is a lot tougher. Take the Ravens to win and cover.

Los Angeles Rams (7-2) at Minnesota Vikings (7-2)
Line: Vikings by 2.5

Both team’s quarterbacks have solid receivers to throw to with solid offensive lines, but Minnesota wins with their defense. Take the Vikings to win and cover.

Arizona Cardinals (4-5) at Houston Texans (5-6)
Line: Cardinals by 1

Arizona should win despite using their third string QB as the Texans are too banged up. Take the Cardinals to win and cover.

Jacksonville Jaguars (6-3) at Cleveland Browns (0-9)
Line: Jaguars by 7.5

The only thing that could beat the Jags is themselves, so they need to be focused. Take the Jaguars to win and cover.

Washington Redskins (4-5) at New Orleans Saints (7-2)
Line: Saints by 8

New Orleans has won seven straight games behind their running game and their defense. And the Dome will make a difference. Take the Saints to win and cover.

Buffalo Bills (5-4) at Los Angeles Chargers (3-6)
Line: Chargers by 4

The Bills now travel after being laughed out of Buffalo by the Saints. Look for the Chargers to take advantage of the inexperienced of Nathan Peterman with their pass rush. Take the Chargers to win and cover.

Cincinnati Bengals (3-6) at Denver Broncos (3-6)
Line: Broncos by 2.5

The Bengals are playing a third straight road game, and Denver ain’t the place to do it, even though they’re not beating anyone either. Go with the home team. Take the Broncos to win and cover.

New England Patriots (7-2) vs. Oakland Raiders (4-5)
Line: Patriots by 6.5

New England has won their last five wins in a row with the last four coming by a touchdown or more. Even going cross-country in consecutive weeks shouldn't be enough to slow down this team. Take the Patriots to win and cover.

Philadelphia Eagles (8-1) at Dallas Cowboys (5-4)
Line: Eagles by 3

Dallas didn't look good last week in losing to the Falcons, and now with the Ezekiel Elliott thing put to rest, the Cowboys will fade into the sunset. Take the Eagles to win and cover.

Atlanta Falcons (5-4) at Seattle Seahawks (6-3)
Line: Seahawks by 3

Atlanta seemed to find something last week on offense, and now that the Seahawks will be without Richard Sherman, the momentum will carry. Take the Falcons in an upset.


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