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Matchup Selection W/L
NFL  |  Oct 22, 2017
Bengals vs Steelers
OVER 40½ -110 Won
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10* Over Bengals/Steelers (4:25 ET): Despite possessing what - at least on paper - looked to be one the strongest sets of skill position players in the league, Pittsburgh has seen the Under cash in all six of its games so far. It hasn't really hurt them per se, as they come into this divisional matchup w/ Cincinnati at 4-2 SU and in first place in the AFC North. Last week, they became the first team to beat the Chiefs this season, doing so on the road and in 19-13 fashion (held them to just 251 yards total). As for the Bengals, they're off bye. Prior to it, they won for me as a short home favorite, beating Buffalo 20-16. The Under is 4-1 in their games, but after infamously failing to score a TD in their first two home games, they've averaged a healthy 25 PPG over the last three weeks under new OC Bill Lazor. I feel there are enough "ingredients" in place here to send this game Over a low total.

The Steelers have averaged nearly 400 YPG over the L3 weeks. The matched a season-high w/ 26 pts in a beatdown of Baltimore in their last AFC North game. The following week saw them bit by the turnover bug (career-high 5 INT's from Roethlisberger) and they lost 30-9 at home to Jacksonville. But then came the big bounce back last week in Kansas City. Though they managed only 19 points, suffice to say it may have been the first game that the entire "Big 3" (Roethlisberger, Bell and Brown) all played well. Bell, who has gotten off to a slow start due to an offseason hold out, ran for 179 yards. Brown was his usual awesome self w/ eight catches for 155 yards. I believe it's only a matter of time before this offense regains "old form" and starts putting more points on the board.

I already mentioned the difference in Cincinnati's offense since the coordinator change. Not only have they averaged 25 PPG since Lazor took over playcalling duties, but they're also averaging 346.3 YPG. Now before we go complimenting either defense too much, be aware that both teams have faced a pretty weak slate of opposing offenses. Both have faced Cleveland, which is always a walk in the park. Both have also faced Baltimore. The Steelers got to face the Vikings w/ Case Keenum and the Bears w/ Mike Glennon. The run defense only ranks 23rd in the league currently (allowing 118.5 YPG). Historically, they've also struggled to defend Bengals WR AJ Green, who has four career 100+ yard days vs. the Steelers. Of course, the only WR in the league w/ more yardage receving this year would be Brown. Note that the totals for both meetings last year were significantly higher.  10* Over Bengals/Steelers

Matchup Selection W/L
NFL  |  Oct 22, 2017
Seahawks vs Giants
OVER 40 -110 Lost
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8* Over Seahawks/Giants (4:25 ET): The Giants pulled one out of their collective (you know where!) last week, somehow beating the Broncos 23-10 as 13.5-pt underdogs. It had been a long time since we'd seen an underdog of that size win a game straight up in the NFL (several seasons), but it actually happened TWICE last week (also Miami over Atlanta). How the Giants did it was forcing three turnovers and Denver missing multiple field goals. That's how you pull an upset of that magnitude while still being outgained 412-266. Needless to say, it was as stunning a result as we'll probably see all season. Of course, as you know, the Giants entered that game winless (0-5) and were w/o their top FOUR wide receivers. Now they have to take on the famed "Legion of Boom!"

Seattle is off its bye week here. Prior to it, they recorded their own somewhat fortuitious victory, 16-10 over the Rams despite being outgained 375-241. Like the Giants last week, the turnover margin was a huge benefit to the Seahawks in that game as they took the ball away from the Rams FIVE times. While Russell Wilson and the Seahawks' offense has struggled at times this season (scored 16 pts or less three times), they also scored 73 pts in the other two games. The Giants' defense, which carried the team to the playoffs a season ago, has really fallen off a cliff here in 2017. They've allowed an average of over 400 yards per game the last three weeks, so I expect the Seahawks to move the ball and score in this one. The Giants' defense had given up 24 points or more each of its four games previous to last week. 

Eli Manning only dropped back to pass 19 times last week, which was probably for the best given the lack of weaponry at his disposal now. One positive here though is that WR Sterling Shepard may return in time for Sunday. The Giants also need to continue to run the ball as they've gone over 100 yards on the ground B2B weeks for the first time this season. Obviously, we have a low total to work with here, and as we've seen so many times before, all it takes sometimes is for a defensive score to cash in. With the often turnover-prone Manning facing the vaunted Seattle defense, I wouldn't be the least bit surprised to see a 'pick-six' (or two!) in this game. 8* Over Seahawks/Giants

Matchup Selection W/L
NFL  |  Oct 22, 2017
Ravens vs Vikings
+6 -115 at BMaker
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8* Baltimore (1:00 ET): Imagine this: Minnesota is playing w/o its starting QB, top RB (done for the year), top WR and possibly two starting offensive linemen, yet is favored prohibitively this week. That speaks volumes about the current state of the Ravens, who as noted last week, have the most players on injured reserve in the entire league. That caused me to play against Baltimore in Week 6 as they were laying a significant amt of points (at home) to a seemingly overmatched foe (Chicago). Sure enough, despite two non-offensive scores, they dropped the game outright (in overtime). Now though, the proverbial "shoe" is on the other foot. The Vikings stand to be the biggest beneficiaries of the Aaron Rodgers injury as not only were they the team facing the Packers last week (won 23-10), but they're in the same division and all of a sudden the NFC North doesn't look so tough.

It's funny that it was just one week ago that Minnesota appeared to be helpless, even at home, facing Rodgers and Green Bay. As noted above they were w/o their starting QB (Sam Bradford), RB (Dalvin Cook out for year) and top WR (Stefon Diggs). But, my, how things can change in an instant. Anthony Barr's (dirty?) hit on Rodgers broke the former MVP's collarbone and the Vikings would go on to pull the "upset" (were 3-pt home dogs), 23-10. The Pack were helpless w/o Rodgers, failing to score after halftime. For what it's worth, Minnesota only kicked three field goals (no TD's) in the second half. But they're feeling pretty good about the position that they are in at 4-2 straight up. This despite that Bradford, Cook and Diggs all being out again, plus there's a good chance that the left side of the O-line - guard Nick Easton and tackle Riley Reiff - will miss this game. Ask yourself, given the above information, does this sound like a team you'd want to lay points with? 

Baltimore has its own offensive issues right now, but there's a lot to like about the defense, especially since it looks like DT Brandon Williams is set to return. When the offense isn't turning the ball over and putting the defense in bad positions (like vs. Jacksonville), the Ravens typically don't give up many points. In each of the three wins, they've allowed 17 pts or fewer. I don't think they should be too scared by Vikings QB Case Keenum here. Remember that the first two games saw them force as many turnovers (10) as points allowed! Under John Harbaugh, this is a team that rarely gets blown out (I know they have twice this year) and they're a solid 2-1 ATS as underdogs this season. This figures to be a low-scoring game where you want to take the points. 8* Baltimore

Matchup Selection W/L
NFL  |  Oct 22, 2017
Saints vs Packers
UNDER 47½ -110 Won
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8* Under Saints/Packers (1:00 ET): The last eight times the Saints and Packers have played, the Over has cashed. That streak actually dates back all the way to 1995. But there's a big caveat this time around and it has to do w/ who will be under center for Green Bay. Or rather who WON'T be. It won't be Aaron Rodgers (or even Brett Favre), instead it will be Brett Hundley as Rodgers is done for the year w/ a broken collarbone. Needless to say, this is a crippling injury - both literally and figuratively - for the Pack. Granted, he was thrown somewhat "into the fire" last week, but Hundley did not have much success w/ the offense scoring just 10 points under his direction and none after halftime. Green Bay's offense finished the game w/ just 227 yards total in a 23-10 loss. Right now, it's pretty difficult to be optimistic about the Packers.

One thing that may help GB here is the environment. We all know that, traditionally, the Saints' offense is never as prolific outdoors. Sunday's forecast at Lambeau calls for unfavorable conditions as well w/ a decent amount of wind and a good chance of rain. If the forecast holds, Drew Brees and company should stay relatively grounded. Even if the conditions are better than expected, I still don't envision a big offensive day from New Orleans as they've played only one "true" road game outdoors thus far. Ironically, it was their highest scoring game to date (34 points) before last week, but I still don't see that as a harbinger of things to come. 

Now the Saints are off a wild, 52-38 victory over the Lions at home last week. But while 90 total pts were scored in that game, there were a total of FOUR touchdowns scored by the two defenses. Three of them came from the Saints' side! That certainly isn't likely to repeat itself this week. Speaking of the Saints' defense, a funny thing happened in their last two games away from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and that's they've allowed just 13 points total. There was the 34-13 win at Carolina, then they shut out the Dolphins in London. This group definitely seems to be improved (how could they not after the last couple years?) and I don't think they should have much trouble w/ Hundley, who doesn't have much of a run game to lean on (Pack averaging only 88 YPG rushing) and his starting center (Corey Linsely) is likely out as well! If Rodgers were playing here, I would forecast the Packers to win in a shootout, but he's not, so expect a lower-scoring type affair. 8* Under Saints/Panthers

Matchup Selection W/L
NFL  |  Oct 22, 2017
Panthers vs Bears
UNDER 41 -110 Won
Play Type: Top Premium

8* Under Panthers/Bears (1:00 ET): Carolina has to be itching to return to the field after losing what was billed as a battle of two NFC heavyweights last Thursday, at home, to Philadelphia. The extra time they get to prepare here should help, but they're on the road taking on a Bears team that is starting to find success at Soldier Field. Not only are the "Monsters of the Midway" 3-0 ATS at home this season w/ two outright upsets (nearly three!), but they're 7-2 ATS the last nine times taking points here. So I'm not about to lay points on the road. Instead, I'll look at the total, which is low but probably not low enough. We've got two surprisingly strong defenses and as I'm about to get into, the fact each team went Over (the total) last week is a tad bit misleading. I'm on the Under.

Chicago upset Baltimore last week, 27-24, as six-point road underdogs in overtime. The 24 pts they scored in regulation matched a season high. But that also comes w/ a caveat in that they scored on a 90-yard INT return. In fact, that game featured more non-offensive scores (3) than actual offensive TD's (2) as the Ravens scored both via special teams and defense (when was the last time you saw that?). So the Bears defense actually didn't give up a single touchdown in the win! This group is very underrated as they've held each of the last four opponents to 300 total yards or less. I'm hardly surprised that HC John Fox, who has a history of turning around defenses at every stop, has this one playing much better in 2017. As for the Bears offense, well, it remains a "work in progress." I know there's a sense of optimism surrounding rookie QB Mitchell Trubisky now starting, but the bottom line is the Bears' receivers are terrible and no QB, let alone a rookie, figures to thrive here. 

While Chicago is holding opponents to roughly 52 YPG below their season averages, Carolina has been even stingier, holding its opponents to 77 YPG below their season averages. That's a league-best number. I know that ace linebacker Luke Keuchly won't play here, but still, points should be hard to come by for both teams on Sunday. On offense, Carolina's run game has been terrible the past two weeks w/ running backs gaining just 32 yards on 33 carries (that is not a misprint!). Last week, their leading rusher was Cam Newton, who had 71 yards on 11 carries. That was a 10-10 game at halftime, but an early second half turnover by Newton, plus the loss of Keuchly really put the Panthers' defense behind the proverbial 8-ball. Fortunately here, they've had time to prepare to play w/o their star LB and they won't be facing the Eagles' offense, they'll be facing that of the Bears. 8* Under Panthers/Bears


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