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    Texans-Bengals Capsule
    September 13, 2017


    HOUSTON (0-1) at CINCINNATI (0-1)


    Thursday, 8:25 p.m. EDT, NFL Network

    OPENING LINE - Bengals by 3

    RECORD VS. SPREAD - Houston 0-1, Cincinnati 0-1

    SERIES RECORD - Texans lead 7-4

    LAST MEETING - Texans beat Bengals 12-10, Dec. 24, 2016

    LAST WEEK - Texans lost to Jaguars 29-7; Bengals lost to Ravens 20-0

    AP PRO32 RANKING - Texans No. 24, Bengals No. 27

    TEXANS OFFENSE - OVERALL (30), RUSH (13), PASS (30)

    TEXANS DEFENSE - OVERALL (12), RUSH (27), PASS (3)

    BENGALS OFFENSE - OVERALL (27), RUSH (17), PASS (26)

    BENGALS DEFENSE - OVERALL (11), RUSH (28), PASS (2)

    STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES - Texans' series edge includes playoff wins in 2011 and 2012. Texans won last game at Paul Brown Stadium, 10-6 in 2015, ending Cincinnati's 8-0 start. ... Houston's last 0-2 start was 2015. Bengals went 0-2 in 2008. ... Tom Savage started Texans opener, went 7 of 13 for 62 yards, lost two fumbles and was replaced at halftime. Rookie Deshaun Watson was 12 of 23 for 102 yards with TD, INT and fumble. Bengals expect first-round pick to start Thursday. He's ninth QB to play for Houston in past five seasons. ... Texans allowed 10 sacks vs. Jaguars without LT Duane Brown, who is holding out. C Nick Martin played first game after missing rookie season with injury. ... Five Texans missed practice during week with concussions: TE C.J. Fiedorowicz, TE Stephen Anderson, TE Ryan Griffin, LB Brian Cushing, WR Bruce Ellington. Cushing also has been suspended for 10 games for violating NFL performance enhancers policy. ... Bengals' Andy Dalton tied career high with four INTs and lost fumble in loss to Ravens, first time Bengals were blanked in home opener. His 28.4 passer rating was second worst in career. ... Dalton, from Houston suburb of Katy, is 1-5 career vs. Texans (0-2 postseason) with three TDs, seven INTs. ... Dalton had longest completion of career in Houston last season, 86-yard TD to Brandon LaFell. ... Bengals have been blanked in back-to-back games only once, during 2000 season. Coach Bruce Coslet resigned after second shutout. Two members of 2000 team - C Rich Braham and LB Takeo Spikes - among former Bengals stars to be honored at halftime Thursday. ... Fantasy Tip: Some of J.J. Watt's biggest games were vs. Bengals. Limited to one tackle and one QB hit in opener, he'll be determined to make his mark vs Bengals' inexperienced line, which gave up five sacks vs. Ravens. But Watt also has injured finger.
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    NFL Record For Sept......

    09/11/2017.............2-1-1..............66.67%...........+450

    09/10/2017.............14-10-0...........58.33%..........+1500

    09/07/2017.............2-0-0..............100.00%.........+1000


    Totals...................18 - 11 - 1...........62.06%.........+2950

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    Birthday boy Watson living out his prime-time dreams
    September 15, 2017


    CINCINNATI -- As a young boy growing up in government-run housing in Gainesville, Ga., Deshaun Watson not only dreamed of playing in the NFL, he felt he had no other option.

    "I told everyone I wanted to be an NFL player," Watson said. "They asked me what my backup plan was, and I never had one. I figured that was the only way out."

    Watson played well enough in his NFL debut last week to earn the start over veteran Tom Savage for Thursday night's nationally televised game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. Thursday just happened to be Watson's 22nd birthday, too.

    "Being able to have my first start on my birthday was pretty emotional," Watson said. "Away game, Thursday night, prime-time."

    Watson might be new to the NFL, but he's accustomed to playing on the big stage. At Clemson, Watson played in back-to-back national championship games, winning one. He was the 12th-overall pick in this year's NFL Draft.

    "I don't really get nervous," Watson said. "Football's football. It's what I've been doing my whole life."

    Watson was steady throughout Thursday's game, going 15 of 24 for 125 yards. He was sacked three times and had a 75.9 rating, but did not throw an interception.

    In the second quarter, Watson made a play reminiscent of his days at Clemson when he scrambled away from pressure on third-and-15, broke a couple tackles, then raced 49 yards for a touchdown, the only touchdown scored in Thursday's game.

    "I was just trying to make a play," he said. "I broke away, found a hole. My receivers and everyone that was downfield did a good job of blocking for me."

    Watson also engineered a 66-yard drive late in the fourth quarter that consumed more than six minutes off the clock for a field goal to cap a 13-9 victory.

    It's uncertain what the future holds for Watson. Texans coach Bill O'Brien said his decision on the starting quarterback will be made with the best interests of the team in mind.

    Houston (1-1) plays at the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots in 10 days.

    "I'm young in this league," Watson said. "I've only seen so much. To get to the top where I want to be, is going to take time. My reads, timing with the receivers, I'm still learning. It's a work in progress."
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    NFL notebook: Lions fan banned after racist message
    September 14, 2017


    A Detroit Lions fan who posted a racist message on social media has lost his season tickets, according to a newspaper report.

    The team banned the unidentified fan from Ford Field in the wake of an incident during Detroit's season opener against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.

    The fan posted a photo on Snapchat of two African Americans who remained seated during the national anthem and added a caption: "Ignorant (expletives)," according to the Detroit News.

    The fan initially denied the posting, which ended up on Facebook and was sent to multiple media outlets. It's unclear if the season-ticket ban is for just this season or permanent.

    --Former NFL quarterback Johnny Manziel is attempting to jump-start his floundering career north of the border.

    Manziel activated a 10-day window to force the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League to either sign him, release his rights or trade them to another CFL team, multiple media outlets reported.

    The former Heisman Trophy winner from Texas A&M had a tryout with Hamilton at the end of August, which decided not to sign him at the time, citing "too many red flags," according to TSN.

    --Oakland Raiders
    running back Marshawn Lynch was fined $12,000 by the NFL for a gesture he made during Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans, ESPN reported.

    TV cameras caught Lynch flipping the middle finger on both hands in the fourth quarter.

    He rushed for 76 yards on 18 carries on Sunday in his first game with the Raiders.

    --The Carolina Panthers claimed offensive tackle John Theus off waivers and placed cornerback Cole Luke (ankle) on injured reserve.

    The team also signed rookie kicker Harrison Butker to the practice squad and terminated the contract of defensive tackle Eric Crume. Butker, a seventh-round draft pick of the Panthers, was waived the previous day.

    The 6-foot-6, 305-pound Theus was waived by the 49ers on Wednesday.

    --Green Bay Packers right tackle Bryan Bulaga was sent home from practice for the second straight day due to illness.

    The illness has prevented Bulaga from testing his injured ankle, which caused him to miss Green Bay's 17-9 win over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.

    --The Baltimore Ravens placed running back Danny Woodhead on injured reserve and signed running back Jeremy Langford off their practice squad.

    Woodhead sustained a hamstring injury in Baltimore's 20-0 season-opening victory over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. He caught three passes for 33 yards and rushed once for 4 yards before exiting.

    --Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams missed his second consecutive practice, according to multiple outlets.

    Williams injured his ankle early in Sunday's 19-3 victory over the New York Giants before returning to finish with six catches for 68 yards.

    The 27-year-old has not missed a game during his NFL career.
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    NFL
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    Week 2


    Thursday, September 14

    Houston @ Cincinnati

    Game 101-102
    September 14, 2017 @ 8:25 pm

    Dunkel Rating:
    Houston
    124.616
    Cincinnati
    133.823
    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    Cincinnati
    by 9
    42
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    Cincinnati
    by 6
    37 1/2
    Dunkel Pick:
    Cincinnati
    (-6); Over


    Sunday, September 17

    Tennessee @ Jacksonville

    Game 261-262
    September 17, 2017 @ 1:00 pm

    Dunkel Rating:
    Tennessee
    134.551
    Jacksonville
    131.128
    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    Tennessee
    by 3 1/2
    45
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    Tennessee
    by 1 1/2
    43
    Dunkel Pick:
    Tennessee
    (-1 1/2); Over

    Cleveland @ Baltimore


    Game 263-264
    September 17, 2017 @ 1:00 pm

    Dunkel Rating:
    Cleveland
    124.819
    Baltimore
    137.436
    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    Baltimore
    by 12 1/2
    33
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    Baltimore
    by 8
    39 1/2
    Dunkel Pick:
    Baltimore
    (-8); Under

    Buffalo @ Carolina


    Game 265-266
    September 17, 2017 @ 1:00 pm

    Dunkel Rating:
    Buffalo
    127.877
    Carolina
    136.912
    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    Carolina
    by 9
    39
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    Carolina
    by 7
    43
    Dunkel Pick:
    Carolina
    (-7); Under

    New England @ New Orleans


    Game 267-268
    September 17, 2017 @ 1:00 pm

    Dunkel Rating:
    New England
    137.668
    New Orleans
    138.965
    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    New Orleans
    by 1 1/2
    64
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    New England
    by 7
    56
    Dunkel Pick:
    New Orleans
    (+7); Over

    Arizona @ Indianapolis


    Game 269-270
    September 17, 2017 @ 1:00 pm

    Dunkel Rating:
    Arizona
    130.992
    Indianapolis
    131.949
    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    Indianapolis
    by 1
    52
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    Arizona
    by 7 1/2
    44
    Dunkel Pick:
    Indianapolis
    (+7 1/2); Over

    Philadelphia @ Kansas City


    Game 271-272
    September 17, 2017 @ 1:00 pm

    Dunkel Rating:
    Philadelphia
    136.822
    Kansas City
    146.062
    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    Kansas City
    by 9
    43
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    Kansas City
    by 5
    45 1/2
    Dunkel Pick:
    Kansas City
    (-5); Under

    Minnesota @ Pittsburgh


    Game 273-274
    September 17, 2017 @ 1:00 pm

    Dunkel Rating:
    Minnesota
    131.299
    Pittsburgh
    138.644
    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    Pittsburgh
    by 7 1/2
    42
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    Pittsburgh
    by 5
    45 1/2
    Dunkel Pick:
    Pittsburgh
    (-5); Under

    Chicago @ Tampa Bay


    Game 275-276
    September 17, 2017 @ 1:00 pm

    Dunkel Rating:
    Chicago
    129.982
    Tampa Bay
    131.146
    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    Tampa Bay
    by 1
    45
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    Tampa Bay
    by 7
    43
    Dunkel Pick:
    Chicago
    (+7); Over

    Miami @ LA Chargers


    Game 277-278
    September 17, 2017 @ 4:05 pm

    Dunkel Rating:
    Miami
    128.850
    LA Chargers
    130.330
    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    LA Chargers
    by 1 1/2
    49
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    LA Chargers
    by 5
    45
    Dunkel Pick:
    Miami
    (+5); Over

    NY Jets @ Oakland


    Game 279-280
    September 17, 2017 @ 4:05 pm

    Dunkel Rating:
    NY Jets
    121.976
    Oakland
    134.062
    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    Oakland
    by 12
    47
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    Oakland
    by 14
    43 1/2
    Dunkel Pick:
    NY Jets
    (+14); Over

    Washington @ LA Rams


    Game 281-282
    September 17, 2017 @ 4:25 pm

    Dunkel Rating:
    Washington
    129.706
    LA Rams
    123.494
    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    Washington
    by 6
    47
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    LA Rams
    by 3
    45
    Dunkel Pick:
    Washington
    (+3); Over

    Dallas @ Denver


    Game 283-284
    September 17, 2017 @ 4:25 pm

    Dunkel Rating:
    Dallas
    141.062
    Denver
    131.552
    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    Dallas
    by 9 1/2
    37
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    Dallas
    by 2
    43
    Dunkel Pick:
    Dallas
    (-2); Under

    San Francisco @ Seattle


    Game 285-286
    September 17, 2017 @ 4:25 pm

    Dunkel Rating:
    San Francisco
    119.481
    Seattle
    135.373
    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    Seattle
    by 16
    35
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    Seattle
    by 13 1/2
    42 1/2
    Dunkel Pick:
    Seattle
    (-13 1/2); Under

    Green Bay @ Atlanta


    Game 287-288
    September 17, 2017 @ 8:30 pm

    Dunkel Rating:
    Green Bay
    141.513
    Atlanta
    140.672
    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    Green Bay
    by 1
    51
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    Atlanta
    by 3
    54
    Dunkel Pick:
    Green Bay
    (+3); Under



    Monday, September 18

    Detroit @ NY Giants

    Game 289-290
    September 18, 2017 @ 8:30 pm

    Dunkel Rating:
    Detroit
    131.363
    NY Giants
    132.362
    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    NY Giants
    by 1
    32
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    NY Giants
    by 3 1/2
    43 1/2
    Dunkel Pick:
    Detroit
    (+3 1/2); Under
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    NFL Record For Sept......Based on 5 units


    09/14/2017.............0-2-0...............0.00%............-11.00

    09/11/2017.............2-1-1..............66.67%...........+450

    09/10/2017.............14-10-0...........58.33%..........+1500

    09/07/2017.............2-0-0..............100.00%.........+1000


    Totals...................18 - 13 - 1...........58.06%.........+18.50


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    Buccaneers ready to start season
    September 14, 2017


    TAMPA, Fla. (AP) Jameis Winston concedes it felt a little strange watching the rest of the NFL begin the season while the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were scattered around the country for an unscheduled bye imposed by Hurricane Irma.

    When the young quarterback finally takes the field Sunday in the team's delayed opener, Winston will not have taken a snap in a game in three weeks.

    Other key players, including receivers DeSean Jackson and Mike Evans, defensive tackle Gerald McCoy and linebacker Kwon Alexander, will line up against the Chicago Bears without having played since Aug. 17.

    ''I went through a tough time watching, but I really wasn't thinking about myself,'' Winston, who left town to wait out the storm with family in Alabama, said.

    ''I was thinking about what we were going through - what the people in Florida were going through, what the people in Houston went through because at the end of the day everything is bigger than football,'' the third-year pro added.

    ''Obviously I want to be out there on the field, and I definitely wanted to be playing, but sometimes you've got to take that back seat and let things happen.''

    Well, it's time to play.

    And rusty or not, the Bucs say they have no excuse to not play well against the Bears (0-1), who dropped their debut with Winston's former backup, Mike Glennon, at quarterback 23-17 to the defending NFC champion Atlanta Falcons.

    Tampa Bay's scheduled opener at Miami was moved to Nov. 19, meaning the Bucs will play 16 consecutive weeks to close the regular season.

    ''At the end of the day, nobody really cares about us playing 16 games or our starters not playing (preseason) games,'' Winston said. ''Our job is to come in here and play football, and that's all.''

    Some things to know about the Bears and Buccaneers:

    HEIGHTENED EXPECTATIONS:
    The Bucs haven't made the playoffs since 2007, but are coming off a 9-7 record in Winston's second season. The young quarterback has thrown for more than 4,000 yards each of the past two years and is the fifth player in NFL history to toss 50-plus touchdown passes through his two seasons.

    WELCOME BACK: Glennon finally gets a chance to play again in Tampa Bay, something he rarely did behind Winston the past two years.

    Glennon signed with the Bears after four years and 21 games with the Bucs, replacing Jay Cutler as the starting QB. He has another highly touted prospect behind him in No. 2 overall draft pick Mitchell Trubisky.

    But for now, the starting job is his.

    Glennon threw for 213 yards and a touchdown in a 23-17 loss to Atlanta last week. All but 50 of those yards came in the fourth quarter, however the Bears failed to score on four tries from the Falcons 5-yard line near the end of the game.

    ''I'm excited for him. I am happy that he gets to come to Tampa and play,'' Winston said. ''Hopefully he does well, but not well enough to beat us.''

    CATCHING UP: Already thin at receiver, the Bears took another big hit with Kevin White going on injured reserve for the third time in as many seasons this week.

    It's fair to wonder if White will ever develop into a productive player let alone a star after he broke his shoulder in the fourth quarter against Atlanta. The Bears were banking on big things when they drafted him seventh overall in 2015 and made him their first pick under general manager Ryan Pace.

    But leg injuries limited him to four games through his first two seasons. Now, the shoulder is injured.

    The Bears had already lost last season's leading receiver Cameron Meredith to a torn ACL in his left knee in the preseason. With White out, the Bears promoted Tanner Gentry from the practice squad.

    Chicago is also down a key player on defense with linebacker Jerrell Freeman going on injured reserve this week. He suffered a torn pectoral muscle against Atlanta.

    FILLING IN: With RB Doug Martin out until the fourth game while serving the remainder of a suspension for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing drugs, Tampa Bay figures to spread carries among Jacquizz Rodgers, Charles Sims and Peyton Barber.

    FOLLOWING UP: Chicago's Tarik Cohen figures he won't be catching the Bucs off guard. Not after last week.

    Cohen made quite an impression in his debut, with 66 yards rushing and 47 receiving. He reversed field on a 46-yard run and had a 19-yard touchdown catch.

    ''I feel like I just proved that I'm a player, a football player, no matter my size, no matter where I've come from as far as my college and that I'm just a football player and I can make plays for this team,'' said Cohen, a fourth-round pick from North Carolina A&T.
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    Total Talk - Week 2
    September 16, 2017

    Total bettors leaning to the low side had a very profitable Week 1 as the ‘under’ posted a 10-5 (67%) mark and most of the results were never in doubt. To be truthful there was some ugly football being played and it’s fair to say that the defensive units looked a step ahead of the offense. From a statistical perspective, there were 119 scores in Week 1 and only 65 of them were touchdowns. As you all know, settling for field goals is never great for ‘over’ wagers and we had 54 last weekend. Notable teams to kick away FGs last week included the Cowboys, Saints and Raiders with four a piece while eight others chipped in with three field goals.

    Line Moves


    Listed below are the largest line moves as of Saturday morning based off the Week 2 openers posted last Sunday at BookMaker.eu.

    Tennessee at Jacksonville: 43 to 41
    Cleveland at Baltimore: 41 to 38
    New England at New Orleans: 54 to 56
    San Francisco at Seattle: 43 to 42
    Detroit at N.Y. Giants: 43 to 41


    We asked Scott Cooley of BookMaker.eu if bettors are reacting to more ‘under’ wagers after the inordinate amount of low-scoring games in Week 1.

    He answered, “With the public, possibly, because the perception after one week is that the defenses are ahead of the offenses at this point. Sharps are usually leaning toward the under and that hasn’t changed.”

    “Our biggest total liability right now is the Titans-Jaguars game. The wiseguys bet the under in both Jacksonville and Tennessee games Sunday, and they aren’t backing off in Week 2.”

    The matchup between Patriots and Saints is one of the few totals that is rising and Cooley offered his thoughts on the inflated numbers on this game and the Packers-Falcons contest on Sunday night.

    “We take into account the perceived “offensive” teams by the public when setting a total. And certainly with these two matchups, that was a big factor,” said Cooley.

    AFC vs. NFC

    There was only one non-conference game in Week 1 and it saw the highest scoring effort as the Rams blasted the Colts 46-9 at the Los Angeles Coliseum but that outcome was helped with 16 points from the L.A. defense.

    Week 2 has five AFC-NFC matchups and here are some quick notes to keep an eye on.

    Buffalo at Carolina: The Bills went 4-0 in their four games against the NFC last season and they racked up 408 yards last week but left points off the board with an interception and missed field goal. The Panthers defense looked dominating in Week 1’s 23-3 albeit against San Francisco.

    New England at New Orleans: The Saints allowed 30.3 points per game vs. AFC opponents last season and made Minnesota look like a juggernaut last Monday. The Patriots defense was also humbled in Week 1 and that appears to be their weakness right night. Make a note that New England rebounded with 33 and 30 points following its only two losses last season.

    Philadelphia at Kansas City: The Eagles defense allowed 27 and 32 points in two road games vs. the AFC last season compared to just a total of 13 in the two home tilts. The Chiefs defense (16 PPG) was great at home last season. Since head coach Andy Reid arrived in KC, the club has gone 5-2 SU at Arrowhead Stadium versus NFC foes and the ‘under’ is 6-1 in those games behind a great defensive effort (15.4 PPG). However, the loss of safety Eric Berry (Achilles) won’t be easy to overcome for the Chiefs.

    Minnesota at Pittsburgh: The Steelers have had a knack of scoring at home in non-conference games lately, posting 30.8 PPG in their last five encounters from Heinz Field. Minnesota’s offense was sharp last Monday (470 yards, 29 points) and they dropped 25 points twice in two road games against AFC opponents last season.

    Dallas at Denver:
    Tough total to handicap here knowing Dallas posted 35 at the Steelers and Browns last season, yet the ‘under’ has gone 8-2 in their last 10 games against the AFC. Also, Denver is on an 8-1-1 run to the ‘under’ in its last 10 non-conference matchups.

    Divisional Action

    These matchups went 6-1 to the ‘under’ last week and the lone ‘over’ barely connected in the late-night tilt on Monday between the Chargers and Broncos.

    Tennessee at Jacksonville: Even though the professional bettors are banging the ‘under’ on this game, we have seen the ‘over’ cash in the last three meetings between the pair as they combined for 55, 58 and 81 points during this run. However, we must also note that Jacksonville is only averaging 19.8 PPG after a win over the last three seasons and Tennessee hasn’t been able to muster up a lot off offense in divisional road games (16.6 PPG) the last two seasons.

    Cleveland at Baltimore: As of Saturday morning, this is the lowest total (38 ) posted on the board for Week 2. The ‘over’ has gone 4-2 in this series the last three seasons and Baltimore has posted decent offensive numbers (26.5 PPG) against Cleveland. Defensively, the Browns looked good against the run last week but the offense wasn’t sharp and they were helped by the Steelers defense, who were tagged with 144 penalty yards. Tough spot for rookie QB DeShone Kizer on the road against a solid defense and the total dropping seems justified.

    San Francisco at Seattle: The ‘over’ is on a 3-0 run but that streak was preceded by six straight ‘under’ tickets. Neither of the two clubs looked sharp offensively in Week 1 and I’d be surprised to see San Francisco having much luck at this venue. The number has dropped two points and I wouldn’t be surprised to see the number dip below 40 come Sunday.

    Under the Lights

    The highest-scoring game of Week 1 was also the first one as Kansas City and New England combined for 69 points last Thursday. Including that result, the ‘over’ went 3-1 in the primetime matchups and you can argue that the two outcomes on Monday were fortunate to go high. This past Thursday, the Texans and Bengals cashed an easy ‘under’ ticket and it’s hard to imagine that trend bucking for either club.

    Green Bay at Atlanta: The last three meetings in this series have all gone ‘over’ the number as the pair have combined to score 80, 65 and 65 points. In last year’s NFC Championship, Atlanta blasted Green Bay 44-21 and the total in that game was 59 . This week’s number (55 ) is a tad lower and some skeptics are questioning Atlanta’s offense after its Week 1 effort (23-17) at Chicago. I do believe the Falcons defense is underrated and you can say the same thing about Green Bay’s unit. VI expert Micah Roberts points out the crazy ‘over’ runs for Atlanta at home in his preview, plus Green Bay’s run to the high side on the road last season was nuts too.

    Detroit at N.Y. Giants: The number is coming down on this total and deservingly so. The Giants have been held under 20 points in seven straight games going back to last season and the ‘under’ is 13-4 in their last 17 regular season contests. Detroit struggled offensively on the road (19.6 PPG) last season and the Giants stifled the Lions 17-6 from Met-Life Stadium last December. New York WR Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle) has been practicing and has been upgraded to ‘probable’ for Monday.

    Fearless Predictions


    If it wasn't for Cincinnati posting a bagel in Week 1, we could've pulled off the sweep. That effort cost us the teaser but the other plays cashed and that has us ahead ($200) going into Week 2. As always, Press, Pass or Fade but in the end – Good Luck!

    Best Over: Miami-L.A. Chargers 45
    Best Under: Washington-L.A. Rams 45
    Best Team Total: Over Oakland 29

    Three-Team Total Teaser (8.5-Point, +100)
    Over 36 Minnesota-Pittsburgh
    Under 50 Dallas-Denver
    Under 64 Green Bay-Atlanta
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    Pick Six - Week 2
    September 15, 2017


    Week 1 Record: 2-4 SU, 2-4 ATS

    Overall Record: 2-4 SU, 2-4 ATS


    Patriots (-6 , 55 ) at Saints – 1:00 PM EST

    New England
    Record: 0-1 SU, 0-1 ATS, 1-0 OVER
    Super Bowl Odds: 9/2


    The defending champion Patriots hung their Super Bowl banner last Thursday but were chased out of their home stadium by the upstart Chiefs. New England fell to Kansas City, 42-27 as eight-point favorites to suffer only their second opening week loss since 2004. The good news for the Patriots is they dominated as a road favorite last season by going 8-0 SU and 7-1 ATS, while not losing a game away from Foxboro in nine tries. Since 2013, the Pats have covered in six of eight opportunities against NFC opponents on the road, while visiting New Orleans for the first time since 2009, when New England was blasted, 38-17.

    New Orleans
    Record: 0-1 SU, 0-1 ATS, 1-0 OVER
    Super Bowl Odds: 80/1


    The Saints return home after dropping a 29-19 decision at Minnesota on Monday night. New Orleans has fared well as a home underdog the last two seasons by posting a 3-1 SU and 4-0 ATS record, including victories over Carolina and Seattle last season. This will be the only home contest for the Saints until Week 6 against Detroit as New Orleans heads to Carolina next week before facing the Dolphins in London. The Saints have lost their first two games in four of the last five seasons, while owning a 1-5 record in its past six games at the Superdome in interconference play.

    Best Bet: Saints +6

    Eagles at Chiefs (-5 , 47 ) – 1:00 PM EST

    Philadelphia
    Record: 1-0 SU, 1-0 ATS, 1-0 UNDER
    Super Bowl Odds: 33/1


    In Carson Wentz’s rookie season, the Eagles won their road opener at Chicago, but failed to record a victory away from Lincoln Financial Field in their final seven attempts. Philadelphia hopes that trend doesn’t continue in 2017 as the Eagles knocked off the Redskins in D.C. in Week 1 by a 30-17 count as one-point favorites. Wentz threw for 307 yards and two touchdowns to avenge a pair of losses to Washington last season, while the Eagles’ defense limited the Redskins to 264 yards of offense. The Eagles dropped four road games in 2016 by five points or less, while making their first trip to Arrowhead Stadium since 2005 when Philadelphia outlasted Kansas City, 37-31.

    Kansas City
    Record: 1-0 SU, 1-0 ATS, 1-0 OVER
    Super Bowl Odds: 16/1


    The Chiefs pulled off the biggest stunner in Week 1 by upsetting the Patriots, 42-27. Alex Smith connected on a pair of 70+ yard touchdown passes, while Kansas City racked up 21 points in the final quarter to pick up their seventh consecutive road cover since last October. The Chiefs suffered a huge blow in the secondary as cornerback Eric Berry tore his Achilles tendon and is out for the season. Kansas City has not fared well for bettors as a home favorite the last two seasons by posting a 5-11 ATS mark, including three non-covers last season in wins of six points or fewer.

    Best Bet: Eagles +5

    Vikings at Steelers (-5 , 45 ) – 1:00 PM EST

    Minnesota
    Record: 1-0 SU, 1-0 ATS, 1-0 OVER
    Super Bowl Odds: 20/1


    The Vikings won their season opener for the third time in Mike Zimmer’s four seasons as head coach by cruising past the Saints on Monday night, 29-19 as three-point favorites. Sam Bradford put together one of the finest games of his career by completing 27-of-32 passes for 346 yards and three touchdowns, while rookie Dalvin Cook rushed for 127 yards for the Vikings. Minnesota thrived as a road underdog in 2015 by cashing in all six tries, but reverted back to a 1-3 ATS mark in 2016, with the only victory coming in Week 3 at Carolina.

    Pittsburgh
    Record: 1-0 SU, 0-1 ATS, 1-0 UNDER
    Super Bowl Odds: 10/1


    The Steelers were one of two teams to pick up a victory and fail to cover as a favorite in Week 1 as Pittsburgh edged Cleveland, 21-18 as 10-point chalk. Although Le’Veon Bell was unimpressive in the opener by racking up only 32 yards on the ground, Antonio Brown lit up the Cleveland secondary for 182 yards on 11 receptions to help Pittsburgh beat Cleveland for the ninth time in the past 11 meetings. The Steelers have won nine of 10 home openers under Mike Tomlin, while going 6-3 in its past nine games against NFC opponents.

    Best Bet: Steelers -5

    Dolphins at Chargers (-4, 45) – 4:05 PM EST

    Miami
    Record: 0-0 SU, 0-0 ATS
    Super Bowl Odds: 66/1


    The Dolphins will finally hit the field after Hurricane Irma wiped out their season opener against the Buccaneers. Coming off a successful 10-6 campaign in Adam Gase’s first season as head coach, Miami will try to duplicate that feat and look for consecutive playoff appearances for the first time since 2000-01. Jay Cutler gets the start at quarterback following Ryan Tannehill’s ACL injury in training camp as the Dolphins covered all three games on the west coast last season, including as four-point underdogs in a 31-24 victory over the Chargers.

    Los Angeles
    Record: 0-1 SU, 0-1 ATS, 1-0 OVER
    Super Bowl Odds: 80/1


    The Chargers make their home debut in L.A. after dropping a three-point decision at Denver, 24-21 last Monday. New city, same old story for the Lightning Bolts, who suffered their eighth loss of seven points or less since the start of 2016, while falling to 1-12 in their past 13 divisional matchups. Luckily, the Chargers go outside the AFC West on Sunday, as they have won nine of their past 15 home games against non-divisional opponents since 2014. However, the Dolphins’ defense intercepted Chargers’ quarterback Philip Rivers four times in last November’s seven-point victory, capped off by Kiko Alonso’s pick-six in the final minute.

    Best Bet: Dolphins +4

    Cowboys (-2 , 42 ) at Broncos – 4:25 PM EST

    Dallas
    Record: 1-0 SU, 1-0 ATS
    Super Bowl Odds: 10/1


    The Cowboys received great news that running back Ezekiel Elliott would play in Week 1 against the Giants. Elliott rushed for 104 yards in a 19-3 triumph as six-point favorites as Dallas avenged a pair of losses to New York from 2016. Dallas won its first six road contests last season before losing the final two to the Giants and Eagles, while scoring 35 points in each of its two road victories against AFC opponents. Dallas and Denver meet for the first time since an epic contest in 2013 as the Broncos outlasted the Cowboys, 51-48, but Dallas cashed as 7 -point home underdogs.

    Denver
    Record: 1-0 SU, 1-0 ATS
    Super Bowl Odds: 25/1


    The Broncos missed the playoffs last season following a Super Bowl victory in 2015. However, the Vance Joseph era is off to a good start after Denver squeezed past Los Angeles, 24-21 to win its sixth consecutive season opener. Denver hasn’t been listed as a home underdog many times over the years, but the Broncos have cashed tickets in four of their past five opportunities in this role, including a 21-20 win in last season’s opener over Carolina.

    Best Bet: Cowboys -2

    49ers at Seahawks (-14, 42 ) – 4:25 PM EST

    San Francisco
    Record: 0-1 SU, 0-1 ATS
    Super Bowl Odds: 250/1


    The 49ers are in complete rebuilding mode and it showed in a 23-3 home defeat to the Panthers in Week 1. San Francisco could only muster 217 yards of offense, while losing its 18th straight game to a team not named the Rams since 2015. The Niners have dropped seven consecutive meetings with the Seahawks since the 2013 NFC championship, while losing each of its five visits to Seattle by double-digits. San Francisco hasn’t been worth a look as a road underdog since Jim Harbaugh departed the 49ers after the 2014 season as the team owns a 4-10-1 ATS record in this role the last two seasons.

    Seattle
    Record: 0-1 SU, 0-1 ATS
    Super Bowl Odds: 10/1


    The Seahawks’ offense was nowhere to be found at Lambeau Field in Week 1 as Seattle lost at Green Bay, 17-9. Seattle didn’t reach the end zone, while the Seahawks put up 225 yards to fall to 3-9 ATS in its past 12 road games since 2015. The Seahawks should get a boost returning home, where they have won 20 of their past 24 games at CenturyLink Field, while going 7-3 ATS in their last 10 opportunities as a double-digit home favorite. In the last five home victories over the 49ers, Seattle has topped the 29-point four times, including last season’s 37-18 blowout in Week 3.

    Best Bet: Seattle -14
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    Gridiron Angles - Week 2
    September 16, 2017


    NFL PLAY ON ATS TREND:

    -- The Jaguars are 10-0 ATS (5.7 ppg) since December 14, 2014 after the gained less than 300 total yards last game.

    NFL PLAY AGAINST TREND:

    -- The Lions are 0-13-1 ATS (-6.3 ppg) since November 13, 2011 as a dog after scoring 21+ points last game.

    TOP NFL PLAYER TREND:

    -- The Chargers are 0-10-1 OU (-10.9 ppg) since December 16, 2012 coming off a road game where Philip Rivers threw at least three touchdowns.

    NFL O/U OVER TREND:

    -- The Raiders are 12-0-1 OU (11.5 ppg) since November 27, 2011 at home coming off a win where they covered.

    NFL O/U UNDER TREND:

    -- The Ravens are 0-12 OU (-7.9 ppg) since November 13, 2011 coming off a game as a dog where they had at least 32 minutes time of possession.

    NFL BIBLE ACTIVE TREND:

    -- The Rams are 11-0 ATS (+11.36 ppg) at home off a home win by more than four points.
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    SuperContest Picks - Week 2
    September 16, 2017


    The Westgate Las Vegas SuperContest is the biggest, most prestigious, challenging pro football handicapping contest in the country. The fees are $1,500 per entry.

    Contestants must pick 5 pro football games against the spread each week for the entire 17-week season. The individual that has the best record after the season will be deemed the winner.

    The LVH Casino at Westgate Las Vegas Resort is a hotel, casino, and convention center, which is located in Las Vegas, Nevada. LVH SuperBook vice-president Jay Kornegay is in charge of the SuperContest.

    This year's contest has 2,748, which is an all-time record.

    Each week throughout the season, we'll post the Top 5 Consensus Picks in the SuperContest on Saturday afternoon and list all of the selections for each matchup.


    Week 2

    1) Tennessee -2.5 (704)

    2) Pittsburgh -5.5 (662)

    3) Green Bay +3 (630)

    4) New England -6.5 (627)

    5) Dallas -2.5 (605)



    SUPERCONTEST WEEK 2 MATCHUPS & ODDS

    Away Team Selections Home Team Selections


    Houston (+6.5) 128 Cincinnati (-6.5) 144

    Tennessee (-2.5) 704 Jacksonville (+2.5) 548

    Cleveland (+8) 420 Baltimore (-8) 340

    Buffalo (+7) 325 Carolina (-7) 388

    New England (-6.5) 627 New Orleans (+6.5) 384

    Arizona (-7) 412 Indianapolis (+7) 293

    Philadelphia (+5.5) 549 Kansas City (-5.5) 503

    Minnesota (+5.5) 377 Pittsburgh (-5.5) 662

    Chicago (+7) 435 Tampa Bay (-7) 346

    Miami (+4) 480 L.A. Chargers (-4) 366

    N.Y. Jets (+14) 174 Oakland (-14) 549

    Washington (+2.5) 529 L.A. Rams (-2.5) 594

    Dallas (-2.5) 605 Denver (+2.5) 535

    San Francisco (+14) 150 Seattle (-14) 358

    Green Bay (+3) 630 Atlanta (-3) 340

    Detroit (+3.5) 539 N.Y. Giants (-3.5) 231


    WEEKLY AND OVERALL CONSENSUS RECORDS

    Week Consensus Record Overall Record Percentage


    1 0-5 0-5 0%

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    9 - - -
    10 - - -
    11 - - -
    12 - - -
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    Vikings QB Bradford questionable for Sunday
    September 15, 2017


    Minnesota Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford has an ailing left knee and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

    Bradford reportedly experienced pain and swelling in the knee after Monday's victory over the New Orleans Saints. He underwent an MRI exam the following day.

    The knee is the same one in which Bradford has undergone ACL surgery on two occasions -- in 2013 and 2014.

    Vikings coach Mike Zimmer refused to discuss the situation on Friday.

    "I'm not going to talk about who has had MRIs or who hasn't had MRIs," Zimmer told reporters. "Lots of guys have MRIs."

    Bradford, who passed for 346 yards and three touchdowns in the opener, has been a limited practice participant in practice the past three days.

    Bradford's backup is Case Keenum, who started nine games for the Los Angeles Rams last season.

    Linebacker Anthony Barr (hamstring) and cornerback Xavier Rhodes (hip) also are listed as questionable for Minnesota.

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    Jets rule 6 players out for Raiders game
    September 15, 2017


    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) The New York Jets have ruled out six players for their game against the Oakland Raiders, including starting tight end Eric Tomlinson.

    Tomlinson injured his left elbow while making the second of two catches in the Jets' season-opening loss at Buffalo last Sunday. Rookie Jordan Leggett (knee) is also out, leaving New York with only Will Tye and Neal Sterling as healthy tight ends on the roster.

    Linebacker Bruce Carter (ankle), center Jonotthan Harrison (concussion), safety Rontez Miles (eye) and linebacker Edmond Robinson (groin) will also not play against the Raiders. Coach Todd Bowles said none of the injured players was making the trip to Oakland with the team.

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    Hightower, Amendola both out Sunday
    September 15, 2017


    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) The New England Patriots say four players have been ruled out for Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints, including starting linebacker Dont'a Hightower and receiver Danny Amendola.

    The team said Friday that Hightower will be sidelined with a knee injury. Amendola is dealing with concussion and knee issues. Special teams captain Matt Slater (hamstring) and defensive tackle Vincent Valentine (knee) will also sit.

    Valentine was the only one of the four players to participate in a practice this week, appearing in a limited basis on Thursday.

    In addition, safety Devin McCourty (groin), tackle Marcus Cannon (ankle) and defensive back Nate Ebner (shoulder) are all listed as questionable.

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    Injuries force changes on Arizona o-line, John Brown out
    September 15, 2017


    TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) Injuries have forced the Arizona Cardinals to have new starters John Wetzel and Alex Boone on the left side of the offensive line Sunday against the Colts in Indianapolis.

    Left tackle D.J. Humphries is out an estimated one to two weeks with a sprained knee and coach Bruce Arians said Friday that starting left tackle Mike Iupati won't play because of a triceps injury. The team also will be without wide receiver John Brown due to a lingering quadriceps issue.

    These injuries on top of the big one, a dislocated wrist that landed star running back David Johnson on injured reserve (although he may return sometime in the second half of the season).

    Wetzel, who struggled in relief of Humphries last week in a loss at Detroit, will start at left tackle. Boone, signed last week after being released by Minnesota, will be the left guard.

    ''I don't feel great about it but those guys have played a lot of football,'' Arians said. ''I've seen Wetzel play better football than he played last week. So with a week's work, he should play better this week. And he's got a great challenge over there with Jabaal Sheard.''

    The coach said Boone, a former teammate of Iupati in San Francisco, is ready despite being with the team such a short time.

    ''It's football for him,'' Arians said. ''(Center) A.Q. (Shipley is keeping him abreast. He knows football so it's just a matter of learning our calls. It hasn't changed much for him and he's a very bright guy.''

    Wetzel, who had been the backup at both guard and tackle spots, agreed that it has helped to zero in on one position this week.

    ''It's good to be able to focus on one so you don't have to worry about anything else,'' he said, ''just focus on that, that footwork, what to do. It's a lot easier to do that now.''

    Wetzel started eight games last season - five at left tackle, two at right guard and one at right tackle.

    Brown, bothered by the quadriceps through most of training camp, played in last week's opener, with four catches for 32 yards, but didn't practice all week.

    ''He just can't stay healthy right now,'' Arians said. ''It's just a matter now of next man to step up and go because I don't know when he's going to be healthy.''

    Arizona also might not have tight end Jermaine Gresham, who injured his ribs when he was body-slammed to the turf by the Lions' Jarrad Davis late in the opener. Davis was fined $9,115 by the NFL on Friday.

    Gresham will be a game-time decision, Arians said. Tight end Troy Niklas was limited in practice with a hip injury Thursday and Friday but will play, the coach said.

    To shore up that position, the Cardinals signed tight in Jim Dray. Dray has played seven seasons in the NFL, the first four in Arizona, including 2013, Arians' first season.

    ''My wife was extremely happy because this is home for us so she loves the hometown team,'' he said. ''I'm just happy that it worked out. This is kind of what we were hoping for at some point, at the end of the career, is come back home, play a couple of games. So we're just happy it worked out.''

    Arians said the game will be a big opportunity for three young players - rookie wide receiver Chad Williams, running back Elijhaa Penny and tight end Ifeanyi Momah. All three will figure in the offense, the coach said.

    The only injury on defense is to second-year defensive lineman Robert Nkemdiche, limited all week with a sore ankle. But Arians said he expects Nkemdiche to fill his usual role.

    ''We haven't had any injuries over there other than Robert so we should play better defensively for four quarters,'' Arians said. ''We played really good for three (in Detroit) and if we can just sustain that for four we'd have the defense I think we should have.''
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    NFL Friday injury report for Sunday games
    September 16, 2017


    ARIZONA CARDINALS at INDIANAPOLIS COLTS


    ARIZONA CARDINALS


    --Out: WR John Brown (quadricep), T D.J. Humphries (knee), G Mike Iupati (tricep)

    --Doubtful: LB Deone Bucannon (ankle)

    --Questionable: TE Jermaine Gresham (ribs), TE Troy Niklas (hip), DT Robert Nkemdiche (calf)

    INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

    --Out: S Darius Butler (hamstring), CB Vontae Davis (groin), C Ryan Kelly (foot), QB Andrew Luck (right shoulder), LB Antonio Morrison (elbow), LB Anthony Walker (hamstring)

    --Questionable: WR Chester Rogers (hamstring)

    BUFFALO BILLS at CAROLINA PANTHERS

    BUFFALO BILLS


    --Out: DT Jerel Worthy (concussion)

    --Questionable: CB Leonard Johnson (quadricep)

    CAROLINA PANTHERS


    CHICAGO BEARS at TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

    CHICAGO BEARS


    --Doubtful: RB Benny Cunningham (ankle)

    --Questionable: CB Prince Amukamara (ankle), WR Josh Bellamy (ankle), S Deon Bush (hamstring), LB Leonard Floyd (back), RB Jordan Howard (shoulder), LB Christian Jones (back), G Kyle Long (ankle), WR Markus Wheaton (finger)

    TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

    --Out: LB Devante Bond (knee)

    --Questionable: LB Kwon Alexander (illness), C Evan Smith (illness)

    CLEVELAND BROWNS at BALTIMORE RAVENS

    CLEVELAND BROWNS


    --Out: DE Myles Garrett (ankle), DT T.Y. McGill (back)

    BALTIMORE RAVENS

    --Out: CB Jaylen Hill (thigh), CB Sheldon Price (concussion), LB Za'Darius Smith (knee, ankle)

    --Questionable: WR Michael Campanaro (ankle), LB Tim Williams (illness)

    DALLAS COWBOYS at DENVER BRONCOS

    DALLAS COWBOYS


    --Out: LB Anthony Hitchens (knee), CB Orlando Scandrick (hand)

    --Questionable: S Byron Jones (groin), WR Terrance Williams (ankle)

    DENVER BRONCOS

    --Out: RB Devontae Booker (wrist), DE Jared Crick (back), CB Brendan Langley (knee), QB Paxton Lynch (right shoulder)

    --Questionable: DE Zach Kerr (knee), G Ronald Leary (concussion), S Darian Stewart (groin)

    MIAMI DOLPHINS at LOS ANGELES CHARGERS

    MIAMI DOLPHINS


    --Out: LB Rey Maualuga (hamstring)

    --Questionable: WR Jarvis Landry (knee)

    LOS ANGELES CHARGERS


    --Out: S Rayshawn Jenkins (concussion), CB Jason Verrett (knee), WR Mike Williams (back)

    --Questionable: DE Jeremiah Attaochu (hamstring), WR Dontrelle Inman (groin), TE Sean McGrath (knee)

    MINNESOTA VIKINGS at PITTSBURGH STEELERS

    MINNESOTA VIKINGS


    --Questionable: LB Anthony Barr (hamstring), QB Sam Bradford (knee), CB Xavier Rhodes (hip)

    PITTSBURGH STEELERS


    --Out: T Jerald Hawkins (knee)

    --Questionable: TE Vance McDonald (back), DE Stephon Tuitt (biceps), S J.J. Wilcox (concussion)

    NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS at NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

    NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS


    --Out: WR Danny Amendola (concussion, knee), LB Dont'a Hightower (knee), WR Matt Slater (hamstring), DT Vincent Valentine (knee)

    --Questionable: T Marcus Cannon (ankle), S Nate Ebner (shoulder), S Devin McCourty (groin)

    NEW ORLEANS SAINTS


    --Out: T Terron Armstead (shoulder), T Zach Strief (knee)

    --Questionable: LB Stephone Anthony (ankle), DE Trey Hendrickson (illness), LB Nathan Stupar (hamstring)

    NEW YORK JETS at OAKLAND RAIDERS

    NEW YORK JETS


    --Out: LB Bruce Carter (ankle), C Jonotthan Harrison (concussion), TE Jordan Leggett (knee), S Rontez Miles (eye), LB Edmond Robinson (groin), TE Eric Tomlinson (elbow)

    OAKLAND RAIDERS


    --Questionable: S Keith McGill (foot), RB Jamize Olawale (quadricep), CB Sean Smith (neck)

    PHILADELPHIA EAGLES at KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

    PHILADELPHIA EAGLES


    --Out: CB Ronald Darby (ankle), DT Destiny Vaeao (wrist)

    --Questionable: S Corey Graham (hamstring)

    KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

    --Doubtful: G Parker Ehinger (knee), LB Reggie Ragland (knee)

    --Questionable: S Ron Parker (ankle), LB Kevin Pierre-Louis (illness)

    SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS at SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

    SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS


    --Out: LB Reuben Foster (ankle)

    --Questionable: S Jimmie Ward (hamstring)

    SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

    --Doubtful: LB Terence Garvin (shoulder)

    --Questionable: CB Richard Sherman (hamstring)

    TENNESSEE TITANS at JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS

    TENNESSEE TITANS


    --Out: S Johnathan Cyprien (hamstring), CB Tye Smith (hand)

    JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS


    --Out: S Calvin Pryor (ankle)

    --Questionable: CB Jalen Ramsey (ankle)

    WASHINGTON REDSKINS at LOS ANGELES RAMS

    WASHINGTON REDSKINS


    --Questionable: WR Josh Doctson (hamstring)

    LOS ANGELES RAMS


    --Questionable: CB Kayvon Webster (shoulder)

    GREEN BAY PACKERS at ATLANTA FALCONS on Sunday night

    GREEN BAY PACKERS

    --Out: T Jason Spriggs (hamstring)

    --Doubtful: LB Ahmad Brooks (concussion)

    --Questionable: DT Montravius Adams (foot), T David Bakhtiari (hamstring), S Kentrell Brice (quadricep, knee), T Bryan Bulaga (ankle, illness), DT Mike Daniels (hip)

    ATLANTA FALCONS

    --Questionable: RB Brian Hill (ankle)

    DETROIT LIONS at NEW YORK GIANTS on Monday night

    DETROIT LIONS


    --Questionable: DE Ezekiel Ansah (ankle)

    NEW YORK GIANTS


    --Out: LB Keenan Robinson (concussion)

    --Questionable: WR Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle), G D.J. Fluker (shin), LB B.J. Goodson (shin)
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    Had Major Computer Problems Earlier.....This is my picks for the late games:

    SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17

    GAME TIME(ET) PICK UNITS

    NYJ at OAK 04:05 PM

    OAK -13.5

    O 43.5


    MIA at LAC 04:05 PM

    LAC -3.5

    U 46.0

    SF at SEA 04:25 PM

    SEA -13.5

    O 41.5

    WAS at LAR 04:25 PM

    LAR -3.0

    O 46.0


    DAL at DEN 04:25 PM

    DAL -2.5

    U 44.0
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    Sunday Night Pick:

    GB at ATL

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