Holy shmoly! We do another 1-4 week there’s going to be some trouble. Right when we were crawling back towards the black we fall backward to 10-14-1 against the spread. Not good, not good at all. It’s a weird league this year. Some of the teams who were supposed to be run away favorites stink out loud (see the 1-3 Cowboys). Others are inconsistent, like the Giants who look horrible one week and then look like contenders the next. Does anyone have a clue? You look at the prognosticators on Tv they’re all picking over/unders because they don’t know, either. Still, right now it looks like the only thing surer than the kiss of death is the kiss of yours truly.
So this week, we won’t think, we’ll just pick. Remember any losses incurred by relying on the following information is not the responsibility of me, The Mountain, Entercom communications, Entercom Northeast, it’s properties or subsidiaries. Lets look at the schedule:
Chiefs (+5) over Texans. Every year since the leagues went to the 4 division conference format 3 teams go from worst to first. The Chiefs will be one of those teams. They’re tough, scrappy, and The Texans showed me little last week against the Giants. Add to it the Chiefs are 6-2 ATS their last 8 on the road. All arrowheads point to K.C.
Colts(-3) over Redskins. The colts really aren’t that bad yet are they? Are the Redskins that good? Is Rod Serling in the announcer booth? This isnl;t the kind of games the Colts lose. Besides they’re 7-1-1 ATS when playing teams with winning records, and 11-4-1they;re last 15 on the road. Looks like the Shoes are the play here.
49ers (-6 ½) over Raiders. Those Raiders looked good finally beating the Chargers last week after a long drought against the bolts. If you saw Pulp Fiction insert that famous line From Mr. Wolf about calling an early victory. The Raiders are 2-6 ATS their last 8 in week six. The 49ers are a team that could get hot anytime. I like the Niners here.
Jets (-3) over Broncos. Yeah, I know the altitude, but the Jets are far better than theBroncos wherever they play. The Jets are 7-1 ATS their last 8 on the road, and 8-2 ATS their last 10 within the conference. Good enough. Really, Kyle Orton? J-E-T-S, JETS! JETS! JETS!
Titans (-3) over Jaguars. The Jags are talking about maybe benching Quarterback David Garrard for Luke McCown. Wow! I bet Byron Leftwich isn’t looking that bad these days. Oh, right, the Jags ran him out of town. The Titans are one of these teams that will win 10 games every year, and they do it by clobbering teams like the Jaguars. The Titans are 34-16-1 ATS in October, while the Jags are 8-25 ATS their last 33 on grass. Titans here.
That’s how I see it! Enjoy the games!