Sunday, 17 November 2013

NFL Week 11 Picks

Well, it was a solid 8-4 week last week, and as I continually promise to do, I will add up how I've gone at some point. Some point....

Due to time constraints, I've again gone for a short but sweet set of tips this week, which seems to have worked in the past on a policy of no thinking = success.

The Tips:

New York Jets (-1.5) over Buffalo
Chicago (-3) over Baltimore
Cleveland (+6) over Cincinnati
Philadelphia (-4.5) over Washington
Detroit (-2.5) over Pittsburgh
Tampa Bay (-1) over Atlanta
Jacksonville (+9) over Arizona
Houston (-9) over Oakland
San Diego (-1) over Miami
New Orleans (-3) over San Francisco
New York Giants (-4) over Green Bay
Minnesota (+13) over Seattle
Kansas City (+7.5) over Denver
New England (+2.5) over Carolina

Saturday, 9 November 2013

NFL Tips: Week 10

Apologies for the lack of tips last week, as I was on holiday, just as it looked like I was beginning to hit some tipping form. Since I'm away again tomorrow, I figured I should make sure this isn't a problem again and make my tips now.

Related - check back in the next week as I plan to post links to all of my writing on other sites, for the two of you who are interesting in my ramblings. To the tips:

Seattle (-4.5) over Atlanta

Seems like the bookies have been underrating Seattle on the road of late. Then again, they nearly lost to the Bucs at home. I'll take a bounceback week here as the Falcons continue to be a mess both offensively and defensively.

Chicago (Pick) over Detroit

Jay Cutler!

Philadelphia (+1) over Green Bay

Can't believe I'm doing this, but Seneca Wallace is just too scary.

Tennessee (-13) over Jacksonville
Saint Louis (+11) over Indianapolis

Ugh.

Oakland (+9) over New York Giants
Pittsburgh (-3) over Buffalo

I like these two tips - why are Oakland nine point underdogs against a shaky Giants team? I don't see it.

Cincinnati (-1) over Baltimore

Reverse-homer pick. The Bengals may be inconsistent, but at least they have the ability to score points. The Ravens do not at this point in time.

Carolina (+6) over San Francisco

Changed my mind on this one. Carolina don't beat good teams, but surely they can keep this one close with their elite run defence.

Denver (-7) over San Diego
New Orleans (-6.5) over Dallas

Wouldn't be surprised if either of these teams lost, but taking the dynamic offence is always the safer bet.

Miami (-1) over Tampa Bay

Till next week.