Tom Brady may not be a fan of New England's offense, but there's still plenty to like about the Patriots, who are now 9-1 following a decisive 17-10 victory over the Eagles. Bill Belichick's crew will have a chance to work out the kinks on Sunday when they take on the suddenly resurgent Dallas Cowboys in a matchup of division leaders.
No team has defied expectations more this season than the 49ers, who entered the season with distant +3500 odds to win the Super Bowl. Fast forward to 10 weeks later and San Francisco is 8-0 and has scintillating +700 odds to hoist the Lombardi Trophy this February. The 49ers will put their perfect record on the line on Monday when they host the 7-2 Seattle Seahawks.
More than half of the league has reached the midway point in their 2019 NFL season and we have learned a lot. The Patriots and Saints are once again among the elites, Kyle Shanahan is a really good football coach, Aaron Rodgers is back as a legitimate MVP candidate and the Bears wish they did not trade up to get Mitchell Trubisky in the 2017 draft. Hopefully the second half of the campaign is as entertaining as the first half.
We'll side with some home teams this week, and other plays include the improving Jets and surging Arizona. Let’s keep the momentum rolling after a 4-1 ATS Week 6!
This weekend’s spotlight Sunday-afternoon game is a matchup between the surprisingly unbeaten 49ers and the 3-2 Rams, who come in on 10 days’ rest after a Thursday-night loss to the Seahawks. This is a game that could go a long way in deciding who wins the NFC West.
Scott Shapiro has his Six Pack of NFL selections ready for Week 6. He carries a strong 22-15 record ATS into a solid week of action.
The Super Bowl odds are constantly changing from week to week, and it is crucial for handicapping to try to maximize your odds on the team you believe will win it all. Let's look at the three biggest odds movers from Week 4 and top three value wagers.
We like three road teams capable of rebounding as underdogs this weekend and will lean on heavyweights Dallas and New England, as well.
The Titans and Jaguars both come into Week 3 off of tough losses to divisional foes. It may be extreme to call a game in Week 3 a must-win, but the Jaguars can't afford to start the season 0-3 and the Titans will be up against it they lose their first two divisional contests.
Is there anything worse than reading a book or watching a movie and getting to the end only to feel like your investment of time, energy and money was a complete waste? Welcome to Week 2 of the NFL season. Filled with punters attempting field goals, all-time greats shanking extra points, fumbles at the one-yard-line, and perfect passes being dropped with the game (and our sanity) hanging in the balance, there was plenty of remorse to go around on another painful Sunday in September.