Last week was a mix bag of tricks, but a lot of the top handicappers came away with good numbers. The current leader sits at 33-15-2.
All In Kid
A 3-2 week, but a positive one nonetheless when the majority of pickers got skunked or only hit one. It was a rough go. Sneaking my way up back to .500!
Byron Leftwich has done this before and he’s not half bad. Don’t see the Steelers being a 3.5 point dog at home.
Green Bay coming off a bye. Green Bay against a division rival they love to torch. Aaron Rodgers versus that Detroit secondary!
They stink; I know. Call me a glutton for picking any team with over a two-TD spread.
The Skins have fought hard enough to have a better record. The Eagles don’t seem to want to fight and have now lost Michael Vick.
Dallas is headed in the right direction and could put some serious pressure on the Giants coming out of their bye with a big win. Oh, and the Browns stink.
That’s how much a bad week can hurt you late in the season. I got crushed last week with only one win. I decided to go against the numbers because I felt the Falcons and Lions had good chances to win, but alas, that was not the case. At this point, I have to hope for a 5-0 or some 4-1 weeks going forward.
A lot of the numbers point to Cardinals covering here and for good reason. The Falcons just lost a big game and the Cards are coming off a bye.
I know a lot of people are saying the Pats will want to show the Colts up, but I don’t think they are good enough to do that. Luck is playing awesome right now and should keep this game close.
Brees on the road and on the west coast. I’ll take the Raiders here. They can score and are solid at home.
Do the Ravens deserve to be 3.5-point favorites in Pittsburgh? No. I don’t care who their QB is, the Steelers won’t give this game away.
I just don’t see it. Is Colin Kaepernick this good to get four points against the Bears? I doubt it. Jason Campbell is not a bad QB, plus he has Brandon Marshall on his side. The Bears will stay close.
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