Sunday, September 27, 2015

NFL Picks: Week 3

Photo courtesy of the NY Post
College is very fun, but very busy. Today I have a lot of work to do, as well as a lacrosse game, which means this week will feature some very quick picks. No explanations (well, maybe one), just picks.

By the way, let's go Mets. 

As always, I made my Thursday night pick on Twitter:

That's a win, which pushes me to 19-13-1 on the year.

Okay, let's do this.

UPSET ALERT next to games in which I think the underdog will win outright, not just cover. Home team in CAPS.
Falcons (-1.5) over COWBOYS.

TITANS (+3.5) over Colts.

BROWNS (-3.5) over Raiders.

RAVENS (-2.5) over Bengals. 

Jaguars (+14) over PATRIOTS.

PANTHERS (-9.5) over Saints. 

JETS (-1.5) over Eagles. I'm really upset by this line. The Jets are undefeated, the Eagles are winless. The Jets are playing at home, which means immediately that they should be getting at least three points simply for that reason, never mind the fact that they are better than the Eagles. According to this line, the Eagles would be favored if this game were on a neutral field, and if anyone actually believes that right now, they seriously need to get their eyes checked. Wake up folks, the Jets are good, the Eagles...maybe not so much. Endrant.

Buccaneers (+7) over TEXANS.

VIKINGS (-1) over Chargers.

RAMS (+1) over Steelers. UPSET ALERT.

CARDINALS (-6.5) over 49ers.

DOLPHINS (-2.5) over Bills.

SEAHAWKS (-14.5) over Bears.

Broncos (-3) over LIONS.

PACKERS (-7) over Chiefs.

Bye for now, let's go Mets.

Last Week: 8-8

This Week: 1-0

Season: 18-13-1

P.S. Let's go Mets. 

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