11-3-1 on Our NFL Locks so far this Season
The NFL has been very kind to us this year. Last week we finished a disappointing 4-4, but we had our second lock sweep of the season to improve to 11-3-1 on the season. If you don’t at least take my locks, you hate money. But you should take all my picks because they’re still winners. That being said, let’s get into the locks for this weekend.
Green Bay Packers -4 vs. Chicago Bears
Death, taxes, and Aaron Rodgers beating the Bears. Sometimes it’s as simple as that. The reigning MVP is 20-4 in his career against Da Bears with 55 touchdowns and just 10 picks. The Packers own this matchup. They are 9-1 in the last 10 games against Chicago and 7-3 ATS. The Bears will struggle to move the ball with Justin Fields underperforming and David Montgomery sidelined for the time being. Chicago is only 3-7 ATS in their last 10 divisional games and 1-4 ATS in the last five against the Packers. Green Bay is coming off a close win against Cincinnati so they’re probably looking to assert their dominance against the Bears. They should run away with this one. Go Pack, go.
LA Rams -10 vs. New York Giants
This is a big number, but the Giants are hurting bad after last week’s game against Dallas. Daniel Jones, Saquon Barkley, and Kenny Golloday all missed practice on Wednesday. It’s never good when your three best players didn’t practice before playing one of the best teams in the league. The Rams are only allowing 23.2 points per game and that’s after playing Seattle, Tampa Bay, and Arizona. Even if all the players mentioned earlier are ready to go, it will still be tough sledding for the G men. No offense to backup QB Mike Glennon, but New York is screwed if he starts. This one could turn to a blowout. Take the Rams over an injury-riddled Giants team.
Dallas Cowboys vs. New England Patriots U51.5
The Cowboys vastly out match the Pats here so you wouldn’t be crazy to bet the -4. But Tampa Bay also vastly out matched them and New England covered. I’m playing the under here because I think Bill Belechick will draw up a game plan to keep this one close. Games between these two do not tend to feature a lot of points. The total has gone under eight of the last nine times these teams have played against each other. That includes five straight unders the last five meetings in Foxborough. New England’s defense usually plays very well in big games and the Cowboys are due for a poor offensive showing. I like Belechick to find a way to limit Dak and company. Back the under.
Jacksonville Jaguars +3.5 vs. Miami Dolphins Cleveland Browns -3.5 vs. Arizona Cardinals Denver Broncos -3.5 vs. Las Vegas Raiders Pittsburgh Steelers -5 vs. Seattle Seahawks Tennessee Titans +6 vs. Buffalo Bills
We have some great matchups this weekend, boys and girls. The only thing better than watching football is making money off football. Let’s keep this impressive season rolling.
* All odds provided by Action247 Sportsbook and all odds subject to change.
**All views expressed are my own. My picks are my own and are not a guarantee, bet at your own risk.