Being nervous about sustained success can’t stop us from picking all 14 games this week. Also, don’t watch San Francisco vs. the Giants on Monday night. We can’t support such poor scheduling.
Somehow Derek Anderson is getting the starting nod in the year 2018. I don’t know if he will (or can) be as bad as Nathan Peterman, but I know I can’t wait to pick against him.
After yet another ATS loss at the hands of the Patriots, let’s hope for fewer overtime decisions and more scoring all around in Week 5. Highlights: Carolina giving less than a touchdown to the Giants, and the Rams giving just 7.5 to the Seahawks
Week 3 picks feature a heavy dose of underdogs (Jets, Niners, Bengals, Colts, Saints, Washington, Cardinals, Cowboys, Buccaneers) and a few elite teams (Patriots, Rams, Vikings). And, I guess, the Texans.
Sifting through the Week 1 results to determine what was real and what was an aberration. Real: Bengals, Chiefs, Washington, Vikings, Panthers, Rams, Patriots. Aberrations: Browns, Buccaneers, Bears, Chargers, 49ers
Noshing on some ‘member berries to identify suspect lines in Week 1 of the 2018 NFL season. Don’t think too hard about the Rams, Saints, Packers, Steelers, or Vikings; don’t forget Nick Foles’s larger body of work or the dismal depth on the Giants’, Cowboys’, and Colts’ rosters.
Attempting a massive recovery from a dismal playoff performance with three big picks
Reviewing the players resting in Week 17 and picking through the remaining lines to close out the 2017 regular season
Colin Kaepernick takes a stance and sits or kneels during the National Anthem; who should be upset?