What an absolute wild ride week one was! Going 3-1 with a 75 percent win rate is an awesome feeling! Buffalo killed us at -6.5 but I kept saying I hate huge spreads week one for simple reasons like that.
Brand new week and brand new bets, I did get criticized by folks who don’t matter, Namely my co host on Nap Knows Buffalo. He came at me for taking a heavy favorite on the money line so this week we’re going all spreads!
Yes, I’m at it again, I’m trying real hard not to be a homer with Buffalo, but Josh Allen walks straight into Miami and historically he dominates down in South Beach.
I’m looking for Brian Daboll to bounce back with better play calling and less cute plays on 4th down. The offensive line “should” play much better.
All Allen needs to do is take exactly what the defense gives him and Buffalo will come out with an easy victory.
This one is a wild one. I personally have WFT winning the NFC East this year, but Ryan Fitzpatrick going down doesn’t bode well for that offense.
This is more about the Giants being awful on offense and Washington having a stout defensive then it is about Taylor Heinicke being the QB. Heinicke is a serviceable QB with a stellar running game competing with a team that doesn’t know what their identity is anymore.
Daniel Jones ain’t it at QB, at least he hasn’t shown he can be it at QB. He’s going to get destroyed this week. Washington is going to win by at least 10 points.
I can not believe I’m sitting here writing this. Sure, I love Joe Borrow, but the Bengals are not a good team at all. They beat a Minnesota team that is going to have a very rough year, last week. This week, they march onto Solider Field to take on the Red Rifle himself with Chicago.
Burrow to Ja’Marr Chase will end up being one of the best QB to WR duos in the league in the following years. Sure, Chicago has a stellar defense but I saw what Chase did to Patrick Peterson and there’s not a Peterson on that Chi Town defense.
My only concern with this game is the Bengals Offensive line compared to the Bears defensive line. Khalil Mack is, well still Mack and the Bengals are expecting Jonah Williams to have a break out season. Here’s his chance to be tested.
New Orleans Saints -4.5
I’m am going to ride Jamies Winston like it’s 2013 and I’m a bachelor watching FSU tear up the college scene. I am on record saying I thought Winston would be a top 12 QB and here we are overreacting after week one.
Winston gives the Saints something that unfortunately Drew Brees didn’t give them these last couple of years, throws down field.
With the line only being -4.5 I’m too excited to bet this one. Sure I get the whole “Panthers have Sam Darnold, he looked great, they have a promising defense!” Blah, Blah, Blah. I do not care riding the Saints heavily this week.
The Saints win by at least 10 points and they continue to dominate.