2-0 Yesterday. The Jags gave us a little scare there, but it was never in doubt
54-30-4 overall now.
Let's put a bow on this thing today and maybe, just maybe, The Advisors will start paying attention. But probably not.
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Miami Dolphins (9-8, 9-8 ATS) at Buffalo Bills (13-3, 8-8 ATS) -14 (43.5)
To say that Miami is decimated by injuries is the understatement of all understatement. Yes, we all know Tua is out and Miami is starting Skylar Simpson. But equally if not more importantly, they'll also be without both starting offensive tackles, their lead running back, two of their top three corners, a starting defensive end, and a starting safety.
All that said, Miami played Buffalo very tough, and very close both times this season, including handing them their first loss back in September.
They aren't afraid of them, Mike McDaniels is an awesome coach, and two touchdowns is a fuck ton of points to be giving a divisional rival in a playoff game.
Buffalo also hasn't been wildly impressive the past month. I don't think they just turn it on out of nowhere today.
Take the points.
The play = Miami +14
N.Y. Giants (9-7, 13-4 ATS) at Minnesota Vikings (13-4, 7-9 ATS) -3 (48)
Everybody, and I mean EVERYBODY, loves the Giants in this game. Which makes me love the Vikes even more.
If this game were in prime time, I could understand why- as Cousins is historically awful in prime time games. But it's not.
I'm also not sure there's ever been a more disrespected 13 win team in the NFL. Ever.
The Giants blitzed more than any other team in the league this season. How Minnesota picks that up today, and adjusts will make all the difference. Kirk Cousins is a lot of things, but he's not a dummy. I think Minnnesota moves the ball methodically on offense, and frustrates the hell out of Daniel Jones on defense.
Yes, he put up season-high numbers the last time these teams faced off, but that was the regular season, and he wasn't playing with the immense pressure of a high-stakes playoff game that he is today.
The Giants have also stunk the last two months. They finished the season a dismal 2-5-1.
The dome will be rocking today, and I like the Vikes to edge NY in this one.
The play = Vikings -3
Baltimore Ravens (10-7, 8-9 ATS) at Cincinnati Bengals (12-4, 12-4 ATS) -8 (40.5)
What's crazy about this game is that if the Ravens locked up Lamar Jackson financially before this season began, he is probably starting today, and completely changes the dynamics of this game.
But they didn't, and he's not. And the Bengals are on a tear the likes of which I have never seen before, covering 21 of their last 24 games. It's insane. They areon an eight-game winning streak (7-1 ATS), and they are on a 5-0 ATS home streak.
Why that will stop today, at home, against a backup QB I can't see?
This line opened at 7 before Jackson was ruled out. If you got it that God Bless your soul. (Matty Fitz). I still love it at 8. I can see Baltimore keeping it close, thanks to their defense, in the first half, but I think Cinci blows their doors off in the second.
The play = Bengals -8
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