Disclaimer: This isn’t gambling advice. Any gambling you do is at your own risk.
In Week 1, I was accurate in 10/15 games and didn’t bother to put an article up before Thursday Night Football because I figured everyone already knew who was going to win, so technically, I was 11/16 with the spread in Week 1 of the 2020 NFL season.
68.8% correct with the spread is way above board, but this is a “what have you done for me lately” industry, so we won’t gloat too hard. I did, after all, say the Colts would win 28-0.
Let’s get down to business. Road team/odds are always first.
Thursday Night Football
I don’t have enough liquidity to gamble like I want to on this game. It’s Burrow Time.
I bet straight up on this game and take the Cowboys in a thriller.
I want the Dolphins to be competitive, but I think the Bills are just a better team.
Panthers +9 vs. Buccaneers -9
This is a game that could get ugly early and Carolina come roaring back. Watch.
Broncos +7.5 vs. Steelers -7.5
I have a feeling the Broncos, while lesser due to the loss of Von Miller, put up a fight so we’ll take them and those points. This is close.
No faith in the Lions and all the faith in the Packers until they show me otherwise.
I’m a betting man, so I’ll take the Jags and the points here. They’re worse, but not much worse.
I’m hearing Miles Sanders could be a full go at game time. If that’s the case, give me the Eagles with the home stand.
I want the Colts to win, I just don’t think they will and until they show me otherwise, they’re a middling team. Meanwhile, the Vikings are a Playoff team.
I would take the Bears by double digits.
I would take the 49ers by double digits.
WAS +7 vs. Cardinals -7
I think this game is closer than a TD.
Ravens by double digits.
I’m hesitant, but content to say Chiefs by 10.
My fear is that the Patriots are for real with Caaaaaaaaaam. No! Not this nightmare again. Seahawks put their foot down at home!