Our long national nightmare is officially over with the NFL back in full force. Unfortunately it started off on the wrong foot, with Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos destroying the Baltimore Ravens, but thankfully there’s a long way to go.
Despite picking against Denver Thursday night, I’m still feeling good coming off a second straight season of solid picks against the spread. When the dust settled after the Super Bowl, we were 23 games over .500 and (slow start aside) the batch of lines look tough, but beatable.
There are only two games with double digit spreads and 11 (!!) currently 4.5 points or less. Hopefully we can help you navigate through some last minute decisions.
Last Season: 140-117-10
Baltimore at Denver (-7.5) – Ravens
New England at Buffalo (+10) – Patriots
Cincinnati at Chicago (-3) – Bears
Miami at Cleveland (-1) – Browns
Minnesota at Detroit (-5.5) – Lions
Oakland at Indianapolis (-10) – Colts
Atlanta at New Orleans (-3) – Saints
Tampa Bay at NY Jets (+3.5) – Bucs
Tennessee at Pittsburgh (-7.5) – Steelers
Seattle at Carolina (+3.5) – Seahawks
Kansas City at Jacksonville (+4) – Chiefs
Arizona at St. Louis (-4.5) – Cardinals
Green Bay at San Francisco (-4.5) – Niners
NY Giants at Dallas (-3) – Giants
Philadelphia at Washington (-3) – Eagles
Houston at San Diego (+4) – Texans