We are already on the second to last week in the regular season, and there is definitely some money to be made this week. When I’m writing this, the line for the Raiders and Colts game isn’t live yet, but I love the Colts. It doesn’t matter who is starting at QB. Jonathon Taylor is the best back in the NFL and will be able to carry them to a win.
- Chiefs +1 and Rams +2.5
The Chiefs have been red hot as of late and are on an eight-game winning streak. During this streak, their offense has been great. They are averaging just over 29 points per game. This shouldn’t change this week, especially with Travis Kelce coming back off the COVID list. The Chiefs defense has also played pretty well during this streak, allowing just under thirteen points a game.
This should continue against the Bengals this week. The Rams will travel to Baltimore to play the Ravens this Sunday afternoon. The Rams are in the driver’s seat to win their division, but they need to win this week. I believe they won this week since last week they won even with their offense struggling and turning the ball over. The Ravens haven’t looked the same since they lost to the Dolphins, and they won’t be able to keep up with the Rams.
- Cowboys +.5 and Packers -.5
These are two of the hottest teams in football right now. The Packers have the Vikings coming to town, who they lost to the first time they met this season. It is going to be a completely different game this time around. Aaron Rodgers has been playing lights out since that loss, averaging 3 passing touchdowns and 284 passing yards per game. The Packers have won all four games since that loss and should win this game at home. The Cowboys woke up on offense last week, making them a scary team. They have been playing great defense all year, and if the offense can play like they did last week, they should be able to beat the Cardinals at home.
- Saints -.5 and Dolphins +9.5
The Saints have the Panthers coming to the Superdome for a divisional matchup. According to Matt Rhule, the Panthers are having COVID issues in the locker room. The Saints should be getting some key players back on the other side of the ball, including Taysom Hill. Hill runs the offense better than Ian Book does. No slander to Book. Hill has just been there longer. Hill’s ability to run the ball alongside Alvin Kamara should prove to be too much for the Panthers to handle this week.
- Eagles +2.5 and Bears pick
The Eagles have been playing good football lately and are making a playoff push. They need this win to continue that playing the Football team they should handle this. The Football team has been struggling lately to get any momentum going. They have lost all but one of their divisional games, and this trend should continue. This week, the Bears have the Giants coming to town without Daniel Jones. The starter will probably be Mike Glennon. I have faith in the Bears’ defense to contain Glennon and not let him score more than 14 points. On offense, the Bears should be able to run the ball with some success, and play-action off that will be deadly for them. The Bears should have no problem winning this game at home.
- Texans vs 49ers over 3.5 field goals– Trey Lance is starting for the 49ers this week and this game just feels like a lot of drives stalling out and field goals being kicked.
- OBJ anytime TD– OBJ has been getting a lot of redzone targets since he’s came to LA. That should be no different this week, expect him to see five to six redzone targets resulting in at least one TD.
- Damien Harris anytime TD– The Patriots are going to run the ball all over the Jags this week. Harris will benefit from this and may break a long TD this week. Even if that’s not the case, expect him to get goal line touches this week.
- Jaylen Waddle TD– The chemistry between Jaylen and Tua is real. Seems like every pass Tua throws is to Waddle. Waddle will end up in the endzone at some point in this game.