The Denver Broncos had a cracking season at their last attempt thanks to winning the Super Bowl in style, but since then some of their performances have been questionable in the new season. It seems they have taken their foot off the gas and the tension is not only clear to see on the field, but there have also been rumors of bust-ups in the dressing room. After losing 16-3 to the New England Patriots, it was clear players wanted to get things off their chest and did just that with a heated discussion in the dressing room. The incident involved two players in offensive tackle Russell Okung and Aqib Talib who is a defensive back, and both were quite unhappy with what has been going wrong with their game.
After a few weeks floating around .500, I finished 8-5-1 last week. I hit both Sunday Night and Monday Night Football games for only the third time this season. I was hoping to hit the Thursday night game too, but it ended in a push.
I’ve historically done very well on Thanksgiving and this year’s games have pretty favorable lines.
Injuries are mounting up and it’s extremely important to study injury reports at this point in the season.
We pick ever NFL game against the spread and throw out a few upsets in Week 12 of the 2016 NFL season.
The Broncos were supposed to have the most dominant defense in the league; as such, it was a bit of a surprise when they lost so resoundingly to the Raiders. Of course, people care more about Donald Penn’s tantrum than they do the NFL odds and analysis of the game.
Yet, it was quite the impressive showdown; and you would have expected the Raiders to celebrate their pending success. But, with 7:09 on the clock, Penn’s tantrum manifested the creative differences swirling behind the scenes.
Penn lost his mind after Broncos safety T.J Ward gave his team new life and made a diving interception at the 30. This was after Bruce Irvin dislodged the ball from Trevor Siemian, and Khalil Mack recovered at Denver’s 39-yard line.
I went 7-5-1 last week after missing on some late games. I did hit on a couple nice moneylines, but really wish the Vikings looked better. They started out so hot, but they have now fell on their faces.
There are six teams on a bye week once again and there isn’t a game in London…so you can sleep in on Sunday!
We are starting to get some more division games this week, so there’s some historic information out there that can help you out. That info will be huge the last month of the season.
We pick ever NFL game against the spread and throw out a few upsets in Week 9 of the 2016 NFL season.
I ‘sacked’ Vegas last week and finished with a 12-1-1 record. It was my best finish of the year and hope to carry the momentum forward. I also hit on two nice moneylines last week. I would have had a blemish-free week if it wasn’t for the Eagles.
There are a few weird lines this weekend. Those questionable lines surround average teams being favored by six points or greater. It’s just odd seeing these kinds of odds this early in this year. A few lines appear more like Week 17 lines.
NFL game against the spread and throw out a few upsets in Week 6 of the 2016 NFL season.
I finished with a 8-8 record on the week after laying some stinker bets on the late games on Sunday.
I think it’s now time to start looking at win/loss records. Make sure you look at the opponents because there are at least one weak 3-0 team out there (Ravens).
I’ve been treading water so far this season. I’ve been hovering around .500 every week, but have fell victim to some bad beats and half-point losses. I still feel like I have a good grasp of these teams right now and I’ll start hitting some big weeks soon.
We pick every NFL game against the spread and throw out a few upsets in Week 4 of the 2016 NFL season.
I started off great last week, but the late games destroyed me. I finished with a 7-8-1 record on the week. I really like this week’s lines, so I hope for a better week.
I think you must take records with a grain of salt right now. There are a lot of quality 0-2 teams that play winnable games this week. Also, there are a couple 2-0 teams that have kind of lucked into an undefeated record. Records will start coming into play more after the first four games.
Week 3 is always a litmus test for many teams, especially if you currently sit at 1-1 or even 0-2. You don’t want to fall below .500 or end up winless after three games.
We pick every NFL game against the spread and throw out a few upsets in Week 3 of the 2016 NFL season.