25 Sep

We are (8-3) ATS in the first two weeks and that is beyond good. That is phenomenal actually. How long can we keep this up? I think all year… This week doesn't have as many juicy lines that I like so we're gonna keep it simple and only ride a few bets this week.

Cardinals (-7.5)

The Cardinals are coming off of a crazy win in Minnesota that was the product of a missed field goal to win the game. I don't think this game will be nearly as close. Kyler Murray is playing at an MVP level and seems to be loving his new weapons in AJ Green and Rondale Moore. The Jaguars are in the complete opposite boat with a rookie QB who has been underwhelming in his first few games as expected. Week 3 is where the Jaguars finally see a true quality opponent and I don't believe it bodes well for them. Take the spread here.

Raiders (-3.5)

After a complete and utter blowout loss last week to the Bills, the Dolphins are limping into this game. With a backup QB at the helm for the Dolphins it's pretty crazy to me that this line is so close. The Raiders have been absolutely electric to start the year and Derek Carr currently leads the league in passing yards. The Raiders defense last year was their weakness and it seems that they have loaded up in the offseason to take care of that problem and they've been just fine ever since. Jacoby Brissett is a fine backup and is probably the best backup QB in the league, but I don't think he will be enough to bring this Dolphins squad to a victory let alone cover the points.

Ravens (-7.5)

After a massive win in one of the best games of the year the Ravens are playing against a lesser opponent in the Lions. The Lions came out hot against the Packers last week and showed us that they truly can put up points on the board when they want to, but then they put up ZERO points in the second half to bring themselves back to earth. The Ravens are dealing with COVID and Lamar Jackson has a sore hip (from flipping into the endzone last week) but I dont think this stops them from winning by more than a touchdown.

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