Packers(ML) @ Bears
Chiefs(ML) @ Washington
Vikings -2.5 @ Panthers
Raiders (alternate spread) -2.5 @ Broncos
Chargers @ Ravens OVER 51.5
Bills(ML) @ Titans
Chicago has plenty to be excited about. The Bears have won 3 of their last 4, and the new kid on the block is settling in. However, Rodgers is feeling himself and today we will get the usual. The Pack is 16-3 against Chicago in their last 19 matchups, and the offense they put on the field every week is too high powered for Justin Fields too keep up with right now. Bears compete, but ultimately, the Packers remind Da Bears who the King of the North is today.
Chiefs money line over the Football Team. Huge upside for Washington running backs and receivers in fantasy football this week with Chris Jones and Charvarius Ward still on the shelf for the Chiefs, but this one means more to KC than WFT. If Kansas City drops this game, the ripple effect could mean the end of all hope for a fourth straight deep run. I expect a big bounce-back for them this Sunday afternoon, and if they weren’t so miserable ATS in their last 20 games I’d bet points.
Vikings -2.5 in Carolina. CMC is out again for the Panthers and we have seen the detriment that brings to the club. The purple people eaters keep chugging and drop another check in the win column in classic, last second fashion because, well, that’s just how they like to do it up there. SKOL.
Las Vegas is actually a 5.5 point dog in Denver, but they aren’t losing today. The odds boost from -110 against +5.5 to +230 against a field goal margin victory. They are still on the “show me” tour in proving their legitimacy, and the wildcard spot that comes out of the AFC West may well be decided by divisional records. This is a must win for America’s Most Wanted at Mile High, so it is my money in the bank game of the week.
Over 51.5 in Baltimore. I have struggled MIGHTILY against points thus far this season, and once again, I’m falling into what feels like a trap game. Both of these offenses are on a tear right now, and it’s likely a matchup of two of the top three finishers in MVP voting. Please, for the sake of my sanity, let this be a monster. 31-28 Chargers.
Bills money line in Tennessee. Buffalo rules, Tennessee stinks. Lock it in.