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Mon, Sep 9th - 10:20pm ET:
Denver Broncos @ Oakland Raiders

Denver Broncos
Oakland Raiders
OAK Raiders +3.0 Point Spread
-116
Under 43.0 Game Totals
-111

Against the Spread Pick

After a the Antonio Brown  AFC saga over the weekend we will see these two teams make their 2019 debuts against each other on Monday night. The Raiders, fresh off a Hard Knocks appearance, are looking to improve on the disaster that was Jon Gruden’s first year back at the helm. Denver is entering the season with a new head coach in Vic Fangio after firing Vance Joseph. The Broncos will go with Joe Flacco at quarterback here, an uninspiring option who is certainly among the worst starters in the league. The Raiders still have offensive weapons without Antonio Brown, they are a bit thin on depth though. Tyrell Williams, and promising rookie running back Josh Jacobs will have the Raiders move the football against Denver. Fangio is much too old-school for my liking, and he isn’t equipped to coach a modern NFL team. The Raiders should be extra juiced for this primetime home opener, and I think Flacco will struggle under the bright lights. Getting the Raiders at virtually even here is a steal.

Over Under Pick

The under also makes a lot of sense here. The Raiders’ defense got a lot better with the addition of first-round picks Clelin Ferrell and Johnathan Abram, and I don’t see any way the unit isn’t much improved from 2018. The Raiders are missing a significant portion of their offensive line with guards Richie Incognito and Gabe Jackson both sidelined here, so Von Miller and the rest of Denver’s pass-rush should feast. Flacco doesn’t have it anymore, and you can’t expect him to have much success on the road here with a subpar supporting cast on offense. This one has defensive struggle written all over it.

Thu, Sep 12th - 8:20pm ET:
Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Carolina Panthers

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Carolina Panthers
TB Buccaneers +6.5 Point Spread
-111
Under 49.5 Game Totals
-111

Against the Spread Pick

Two NFC South teams who both lost in Week 1 will face-off here as the Carolina Panthers host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for Thursday Night Football. Tampa is coming off a 14-point loss to the 49ers in which Jameis Winston had one of the worst games of his career, while the Panthers lost narrowly to the Rams. I’m relatively high on both of these teams, but for a few reasons I think the Bucs will be able to keep this one close. Winston made a few atrocious throws, but it was also his first real game in Bruce Arians’ system and he was never going to look perfect right away. Tampa was also on the receiving end of a few bad breaks in their game against San Francisco, and their new-look defense actually showed pretty well. They held Jimmy Garoppolo to just 166 yards, and they completely shutdown San Francisco’s running game as well. Take the points here.

Over Under Pick

I also like the under in this spot. Tampa made a splash hire this offseason by bringing in Todd Bowles to be their new defensive coordinator, and so far so good. The defense looked rejuvenated against San Francisco, and I expect that to carry over here in a hard-fought divisional game against their bitter rivals. Carolina’s defense also looked improved in Week 1, and the 30 points that the Rams scored was misleading. The Rams were set up with several short fields, including by a fumble inside Carolina’s own ten-yard line. The Panthers held Jared Goff to just 4.8 yards per attempt, so they shouldn’t have much trouble keeping Winston in check.

Sun, Sep 15th - 1:00pm ET:
Dallas Cowboys @ Washington Redskins

Dallas Cowboys
Washington Redskins
DAL Cowboys -5.5 Point Spread
-111
Under 46.5 Game Totals
-111

Against the Spread Pick

We’ve got an NFC East clash here as the Dallas Cowboys visit the Washington Redskins. There was a lot of anticipation for how Kellen Moore’s offense would look in his first game as a play caller, and it managed to surpass all expectations. Dallas routed the Giants, and Dak Prescott had the best game of his career. The Redskins got off to a hot start against the Eagles, but collapsed in the second half and went down without much of a fight. Washington is also dealing with a couple of key injuries, as starting running back Derrius Guice and elite defensive lineman Jonathan Allen will both miss this game. Prescott looked rejuvenated in Week 1, and I expect that to carry over here now that he no longer has to deal with Scott Linehan as his offensive coordinator. Washington’s initial burst against the Eagles was nothing more than a fluke, and they’ll come crashing down to earth here. The Cowboys will win this one by at least a touchdown.

Over Under Pick

I also like the under a lot in this spot. The hype surrounding Dallas’ offense has gotten a little bit out of control, and now is a good time to fade the narrative. Washington’s offense had a great first handful of drives against the Eagles, but they had all summer to work on those plays. Once the initial script wore off, there wasn’t much there. Case Keenum always seems to follow good games with duds, and I expect that to be the case here against a very good Dallas defense. Even though Dallas looked great against the Giants, New York might have one of the worst defenses in the league, and this is a much tougher test.

Sun, Sep 15th - 1:00pm ET:
Seattle Seahawks @ Pittsburgh Steelers

Seattle Seahawks
Pittsburgh Steelers
PIT Steelers -4.0 Point Spread
-111
Under 47.0 Game Totals
-111

Against the Spread Pick

The Pittsburgh Steelers are coming off one of the most embarrassing losses in franchise history. They talked a big game all offseason about how nice things would be without Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell around, then promptly got demolished 33-3 by the Patriots in Week 1. The Seattle Seahawks very nearly had a humiliating loss of their own, but ended up escaping with a one-point win over the Bengals. They got lucky to win, and were it not for some bad fumble luck for Cincy they would’ve lost. I think now is the perfect time to buy-low on this Steelers team and sell-high on the Seahawks. All Seattle wants to do is run the ball, but one of the strengths of this Steelers team is their run defense. Even while getting blown out by New England, they were able to shutdown the Patriots’ running game. The Steelers are going to bounce back in front of their home crowd, and the Seahawks are just 1-14 against the spread in their last 15 road openers. Clearly traveling in the early part of the season impacts them.

Over Under Pick

I also like the under a lot. As I mentioned above, the Seahawks don’t seem to realize what year it is, and they insist on running the ball whenever possible. That’ll kill a lot of clock, and Pittsburgh has a very good run-defense. Seattle doesn’t have a very good pass-blocking offensive line, and Russell Wilson was once again running for his life in Week 1. The Steelers’ offense just clearly isn’t the same without Brown in the lineup, and Donte Moncrief isn’t a suitable number two receiver. This one should be pretty low scoring.

Sun, Sep 15th - 1:00pm ET:
Minnesota Vikings @ Green Bay Packers

Minnesota Vikings
Green Bay Packers
GB Packers -3.0 Point Spread
-105
Under 43.5 Game Totals
-111

Against the Spread Pick

Both the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers are coming off much-needed wins in Week 1. These teams will likely be in a close race for the NFC North at the end of the year, so this game means a ton. The home team has generally dominated matchups between these teams in recent years, and I expect that to be the case again here. Green Bay’s defense was really impressive last Thursday night, limiting the Bears to just three points. The Packers’ offense didn’t look too sharp, but that’s to be expected playing against an elite Chicago defense on the road in primetime in the first game of the season. It was also Aaron Rodgers’ first game in Matt LaFleur’s system, so there were always going to be kinks that needed to get worked out. Since they played on Thursday, the Packers have also had a few extra days to prepare for this pivotal matchup, which is a huge advantage. Minnesota beat Atlanta convincingly, but that was only because of a blocked punt and a few other strokes of good luck. Green Bay will cover this number easily.

Over Under Pick

I also like the under a lot here. Minnesota is running an archaic offense, and they love to run the ball more than just about anybody. Last week against the Falcons, Kirk Cousins only threw the ball 10 times, as if the game was being played in a different century. Minnesota is going to stick with what worked, and that means a heavy dose of ground and pound. Green Bay’s defense is a lot better than it was last year, and I don’t think oddsmakers have quite caught up to that yet.

Sun, Sep 15th - 1:00pm ET:
Indianapolis Colts @ Tennessee Titans

Indianapolis Colts
Tennessee Titans
IND Colts +3.0 Point Spread
+100
Under 44.5 Game Totals
-111

Against the Spread Pick

The Indianapolis Colts are one of my favorite plays this week, and I’d advise you to take the points. The Colts played a great game in Week 1 even though they lost, taking a very good Chargers team to overtime on the road. If it weren’t for a few bad breaks, they arguably should’ve won the game. The Titans are coming off a 30-point win over the Browns, and this line has gotten inflated as a result. Tennessee didn’t actually look that great against Cleveland, they just ran up the score in garbage time. Tennessee’s offensive line struggled to keep Marcus Mariota upright, allowing four sacks on only 28 dropbacks. Balls were sailing on Mariota, and I’m not sold on this Titans team at all. Now is a good time to sell-high. Jacoby Brissett looked pretty good for the Colts in the first game of the post-Andrew Luck era, and I think he’ll be able to lead Indy to an outright win here.

Over Under Pick

I also think the under makes some sense here. These are two division foes who are very familiar with one another, and they just played in Week 17 of last year. I didn’t like what I saw from Mariota at all despite the big win, and I think this Titans offense should struggle against an underrated Colts defense. Indy had a lot of success running the ball with Marlon Mack last week, so I think they’ll want to keep things on the ground here. Both teams are going to want to play ball control, and this one will stay under as a result.

Sun, Sep 15th - 1:00pm ET:
Jacksonville Jaguars @ Houston Texans

Jacksonville Jaguars
Houston Texans
JAX Jaguars +8.0 Point Spread
-105
Over 43.5 Game Totals
-111

Against The Spread Pick

The worse possible scenario happened for the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week One. Their hoped for franchise quarterback Nick Foles underwent surgery Monday to repair a broken left collarbone, suffered in the first quarter of Sunday’s loss to the Chiefs. Even though the Jaguars are now without Foles, there might be another quarterback who can save the day. That potential hero goes by the name of  Gardner Minshew, who came into the game and threw for 275 yards on 22/25 passing attempts with two touchdowns and one interception. Yes, it was against a horrible Chiefs secondary, but he got the job done. Now the Jaguars take on the Houston Texans who let their upset win slip away thanks to poor prevent defense and Drew Brees. A lot of points are being given to the Jaguars and I love that knowing the Texans can easily let a lead or cover slip away. Expect some type of backdoor cover here. The Road team is 11-4-1 ATS in their last 16 meetings as well as the Jaguars being 5-2-1 ATS in their last 8 meetings in Houston.

Over Under Pick

It is time for a little bit of offense in this Week 2 matchup. The Houston Texans offense finally started to click late in the game against the New Orleans Saints. That effective offense will be put on display in this one. Even though the Jaguars have a “top” defense, they got torched all day by Patrick Mahomes. Expect an improved defense, but they will not be able to slow down the Texans all game. The Over is 4-1 in Texans last 5 games after allowing more than 350 total yards in their previous game as well as 4-1 in Texans last 5 games following a straight-up loss. Love the total in this game knowing Vegas thinks that the Jaguars will struggle in this game. I see it differently as Jacksonville will put up a surprising number of points against the Chiefs. Take the Over.

Sun, Sep 15th - 1:00pm ET:
San Francisco 49ers @ Cincinnati Bengals

San Francisco 49ers
Cincinnati Bengals
CIN Bengals -1.5 Point Spread
-111
Under 45.0 Game Totals
-111

In week 2 of this toss-up game, the San Francisco 49ers continue on the road as they look to stay unbeaten heading into the jungle to take on the Cincinnati Bengals. As for the Bengals, they had everyone on the edge of the seat with their surprise performance against the Seattle Seahawks Week 1, which nearly ruined everyone’s survivor picks. Originally, I liked the 49ers during my first wave of research but remembered that It is NEVER easy to play back-to-back road games to kick off the season. On the other side, even though the 49ers come into this game with a win, they were practically given it with the help of Jameis Winston throwing interceptions left and right. 14 points came from pick-six’s and I do not see the 49ers defense getting any free points this week. The Cincinnati Bengals were competitive in Seattle and now return home to a crowd that knows they can be something special. Cincinnati are 5-0-1 ATS in their last 6 games against an opponent in the NFC West division and I’m leaning towards the Bengals in this one.

Over Under Pick

The 49ers offense never really got into the next step against a weak Buccaneers defense, and I do not see them dropping any big points in this one. The Bengals are hungry for a win and playing back-to-back road games is never an easy way to get settled back in the league especially for quarterback Jimmy G. Expect a slow and low-scoring game as these two teams will practically stay even until turnovers turn this game around. The Under is 4-0-2 in Bengals last 6 games overall as well as 4-0-1 in Bengals last 5 games following a straight-up loss. Give me the Under here as this play goes hand in hand with the ATS/Pick’Em play!

Sun, Sep 15th - 1:00pm ET:
Buffalo Bills @ New York Giants

Buffalo Bills
New York Giants
BUF Bills -2.0 Point Spread
-111
Under 43.5 Game Totals
-111

Against The Spread Pick

I’m one of the sharps who love the Buffalo Bills this season and it paid off in Week 1 with a huge upset win against the New York Jets. Felt nice to cash in that winning ticket, and I have another winning Buffalo Bills pick for Week 2. The New York Giants will host their home opener on Sunday against the Bills and they generally start off the month of September slow. Looking back at the past 4 seasons, the Giants are 2-6 in their first two home games – 1-4 in their season opener. They looked awful against the Dallas Cowboys, and will not look any better against a Bills team that is finally favored and ready to win. The Giants are 1-6-1 ATS in their last 8 home games as well as 0-7 ATS in their last 7 games in Week 2. There is still time to jump on this Bills hype train and I’m gonna let people on it for one more week. The Road team is 4-0-1 ATS in their last 5 meetings and I’m using my money to select the Bills on Sunday.

Over Under Pick

The Total opened up at 45 points and is already dropping fast. There is a good reason why as the Bills defense was outstanding against the New York Jets only allowing 10 points on the day. Quarterback Sam Darnold was a lost man in his home stadium and the only way the Jets got those early points were from three turnovers by the Bills offense. Expect Eli to be as lost as Darnold facing a Bills’ defensive unit ranked No. 2 last season. and returning 10 of the 11 starters from a season ago. Not a lot of points will be scored on this Bills team, which makes the Under a nice play here. The Under is 7-1 in Bills last 8 road games as well as 5-1 in Bills last 6 games following a straight-up win.

Sun, Sep 15th - 1:00pm ET:
Arizona Cardinals @ Baltimore Ravens

Arizona Cardinals
Baltimore Ravens
ARZ Cardinals +13.5 Point Spread
-105
Over 46.5 Game Totals
-111

Against The Spread Pick

The talk of the town in the NFL is how the Baltimore Ravens slapped around the Miami Dolphins in the first week of the season. Lamar Jackson looked good, rookie Hollywood Brown looked good, everybody on the Ravens looked good but can it continue on Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals? Even though the Ravens played arguably their best game in recent years, I’m not sold 100% on Lamar Jackson yet. Looking at his stats from last season, his last four home games he threw for 4 touchdowns, 3 interceptions, 55% completion rate and 170 passing yards per game. Jackson torched the Dolphins’ defense with ease but might struggle a bit against Arizona. A lot of points are being given to the Cardinals here and I love that value. New head coach and offensive guru Kliff Kingsbury finally got his offense going with rookie quarterback Kyler Murray late in their Week 1 matchup against the Lions and it looked extremely smooth. Murray wants to be THE dual-threat quarterback in the league, but Jackson has staked a claim to that that throne. Give me the Cardinals in a close game. The road team is 4-0 ATS in their last 4 meetings as well as 5-1 ATS in their last 6 meetings.

Over Under Pick

Over 65% of the public is leaning towards the Over and there is a good reason why. Last season the Ravens dropped an average of 26 points per game which was top ten in the league. The Cardinals’ offense finally started to click late in the game as they scored 21 points in the 2nd half in their tie against the Lions. I was impressed by that offense late in the game and expect it to shock some people on Sunday. Give me the Over as both dual-threat quarterbacks showcase why they deserve to be the best in the league. The Over is 4-0 in Cardinals last 4 games on fieldturf as well as 4-1 in Cardinals last 5 games after allowing more than 350 total yards in their previous game.

 

Sun, Sep 15th - 1:00pm ET:
New England Patriots @ Miami Dolphins

New England Patriots
Miami Dolphins
MIA Dolphins +18.5 Point Spread
-111
Under 47.5 Game Totals
-111

Against The Spread Pick

Miami games are tough to handicap at the moment given we don’t really know the motivation of the team. It emerged last week straight after their 59-10 loss that players immediately got on to their agents to get a trade away. However, it’s pro football and we are looking at 18.5 points in a divisional match up where the home team has come out on top in nine of the past ten meetings between the Fins and the Pats (remember last year’s “Miami Miracle”?). New England were poor on the road last year with a straight up record of 3-5 having lost games at the Titans, Jags and Lions as well as Dolphins, so there is some slight hope of the Dolphins pulling off another huge upset. The Patriots have also lost four of the last five games in Miami. To be honest, the Patriots can easily win this game by 30, but the trends suggest that the Dolphins may keep this game close so a small lean with the points looks like the right play.

Over Under Pick

The New England Patriots are known for a strong September as they control the game and score while taking a lot of time off the clock. I expect a similar game to their Week 1 matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers, however, with some random wildcat plays by the Dolphins that gets them on the board. This is practically a scrimmage for the Patriots as there is no reason to drop more than 25 points in this game to win. The total has gone UNDER in 6 of New England’s last 7 games against an opponent in the AFC East division as well as in 4 of New England’s last 5 games played in September.

Sun, Sep 15th - 1:00pm ET:
Los Angeles Chargers @ Detroit Lions

Los Angeles Chargers
Detroit Lions
LA Chargers -2.5 Point Spread
-111
Under 48.0 Game Totals
-111

Against The Spread Pick

The Los Angeles Chargers head into Detroit ready to start the season 2-0 on Sunday off a comeback win against the Indianapolis Colts. For the Lions, they let go of a huge lead against the Arizona Cardinals and could never get back on track. At least they did not lose as the game ended in a tie. The Chargers were carried by quarterback Phillip Rivers and running back Austin Ekeler who both totaled for three touchdowns in the win. Ekeler had over 150 total purpose yards and saw the endzone three times including the game-winning OT touchdown. Remember the Chargers were a huge road team last year as they started off the season scoring an average of 31 points per game in the first three road trips. This line is giving too much value for the Lions as the Chargers were “exposed” against the Colts. Los Angeles is still a top team and will cover and win this game with ease. The Chargers are 5-0 ATS in their last 5 games following an ATS loss as well as 4-0 ATS in their last 4 road games vs. a team with a losing home record.

Over Under Pick

Detroit was one of the worst teams at home last season and could never get anything going on the offensive side of the ball. Even though they had some surprising wins against the Patriots and Packers, it was the defense who bailed them out big time. Detroit averaged 18.6 points per game at home last season and barley crossed over 20 points per game for the whole season. Do not expect a full strong game from the Detroit offense as the Cardinals easily figured them out in a matter of two quarters. Expect this game to start off hot and slow down once the ground game of the Chargers takes over. The Under is 7-0 in Lions last 7 games after accumulating more than 350 total yards in their previous game as well as 5-0 in Lions last 5 home games.

Sun, Sep 15th - 4:05pm ET:
Kansas City Chiefs @ Oakland Raiders

Kansas City Chiefs
Oakland Raiders
KC Chiefs -8.0 Point Spread
-105
Over 52.0 Game Totals
-111

Against The Spread Pick

The Oakland Raiders played arguably one of the most emotional games this past week as they took down the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football. The Raiders were fired up after the departure of wide receiver Antonio Brown as he clowned the whole organization in front of millions of viewers. On the flip side, it was the last Monday Night Football game to be played in Oakland before the Raiders move to Las Vegas for next season. Emotions were high and the Raiders tapped into them and had a perfect game from start to finish. Now it is time to get real as they host their rivals the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. Patrick Mahomes is on another level and the Chiefs are going to expose the Raiders once again. The favorite is 9-4 ATS in their last 13 meetings as well as the Chiefs being 11-5 ATS in their last 16 meetings in Oakland. Anything below a double-digit spread, I’m jumping on it for the Chiefs.

Over Under Pick

As stated above, the Raiders will still have a bit of that raw emotion from Week 1’s win as they will start on offense with a bang. However, do not expect the Raiders to be scoring left and right. They will, however, score just enough to help this Total pick in hitting the Over. Oakland was in the top 15 last season in points per game at home with 25.1, as Kansas City was the best team on the road with dropping 38.2 points per game at home. This has Over written all over it. The total has gone OVER in 6 of Kansas City’s last 6 games on the road as well as in 5 of Kansas City’s last 6 games when playing on the road against Oakland.

Sun, Sep 15th - 4:25pm ET:
New Orleans Saints @ Los Angeles Rams

New Orleans Saints
Los Angeles Rams
NO Saints Money Line
+105
Over 52.0 Game Totals
-111

Money Line Pick

The New Orleans Saints will finally get their shot at revenge here as they travel to Los Angeles to take on the Rams. The Saints, of course, lost last season’s NFC Championship on a blown call, and they’ve been talking about it ever since. They’ve had this one circled ever since the schedule came out, and they should have as much motivation as possible for a regular season game. The Rams escaped with a three-point win over the Panthers in Week 1, but they didn’t look particularly impressive doing it. They arguably only won because of a couple of poorly-timed Panthers fumbles, and Jared Goff averaged only 4.8 yards per attempt. The Saints won a thrilling game over the Texans on Monday Night Football, and Drew Brees doesn’t look like he’s lost a step. Goff struggles with pressure, and the Saints should be able to bring some with their elite defensive front that just sacked Deshaun Watson six times. Take New Orleans on the money line here.

Over Under Pick

I also think the over is a good play here. Both of these teams played in shootouts in Week 1, and I think we see another one here. New Orleans’ offense dominated on Monday, as Drew Brees averaged 8.6 yards per attempt and the ground game churned out seven yards per carry. The Rams gave up 27 points to the Panthers and it could’ve been more if not for a few missed opportunities from Carolina. The Rams’ offense started off slow, but that’s to be expected considering they didn’t play any starters in the preseason and were playing an early kickoff on the road. Both teams will have no trouble scoring here.

Sun, Sep 15th - 4:25pm ET:
Chicago Bears @ Denver Broncos

Chicago Bears
Denver Broncos
CHI Bears -1.5 Point Spread
-116
Under 40.5 Game Totals
-111

Against The Spread Pick

The Chicago Bears enter Week 2 still searching for a win as they head into Mile High to take on the Denver Broncos. For the Bears, they had a rough and tough game against the Green Bay Packers in which the offense could not get anything going. Quarterback Mitch Trubisky finished the loss with 228 passing yards and one interception. Yes, the offense was horrible but the huge positive that few are talking about is that the Bears’ defense held elite Aaron Rodgers and that offense to just 10 points. The Chicago Bears had 5 sacks against Rodgers and were in the game until the final whistle. Now they take on the Denver Broncos who got pushed around by the Oakland Raiders on Monday Night Football. The Bears have a long week to prepare for this game and will be able to shut down Joe Flacco just like they did against Rodgers. On the flip side, do not expect much from the Denver defense, as they could get zero pressure on Derek Carr on MNF and finished with zero sacks. I’m loving this Bears pick as they are 5-0 ATS in their last 5 meetings. Da Bears Win!

Over Under Pick

Last season Denver was nearly in the top 10 categories for home defensive points per game as they allowed just 21.1 points last season. I do expect a much tougher Denver team to come out especially with them being at Mile High, but with over a week of rest for the Bears, they will be ready for the challenge. In the past four home openers, the Broncos have not allowed more than 24 points in a game. I can see that Bears dropping way below that number with the Broncos on their tail. The Under is 4-0 in Broncos last 4 games after allowing more than 250 yards passing in their previous game as well as 7-0 in Broncos last 7 home games. It is hard to score in Denver but the Bears do just enough to win while the total staying Under.

Sun, Sep 15th - 8:20pm ET:
Philadelphia Eagles @ Atlanta Falcons

Philadelphia Eagles
Atlanta Falcons
PHI Eagles -1.5 Point Spread
-111
Over 51.0 Game Totals
-111

Against the Spread Pick

The Philadelphia Eagles will travel to Atlanta to take on the Falcons in a rematch of last year’s opening game. The Eagles started off slow but got it together and won convincingly over the Redskins in Week 1, while the Falcons got destroyed by Minnesota. Matt Ryan’s yardage looks decent if you’re just looking at a box score, but most of those yards came in garbage time once the game was already decided. Carson Wentz was playing his first game since December 9th of last year, so it’s understandable that he would start off rusty. He clearly shook it off in the second half, and helped the Eagles put up 32 points against an underrated Washington defense. The Falcons also suffered a tough injury, as first-round starting guard Chris Lindstrom broke a bone in his foot and will be sidelined indefinitely. Everything seems to be lining up nicely for the Eagles here, and you should lay the points with the visitors.

Over Under Pick

I also like the over a lot here. Atlanta’s defense was one of the worst in the league last year, and I expect that to continue this season. They gave up 28 points to the Vikings so easily that Kirk Cousins only had to attempt ten passes. They still don’t have much of a pass-rush at all, so Carson Wentz will have all day to throw and find weapons like DeSean Jackson down the field. Atlanta should be throwing a lot too, and I expect Ryan to have a bounce-back game here at home. Philly’s defense certainly didn’t look great either, giving up 27 points to Washington.

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