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The Bills Are In Trouble This Week vs Kirk Cousins and The Vikings

Feeble Week 9 was feeble city as my picks were shitty. I posted a record of 3-9-1, which is horrendous. My overall record is a brutal 61-71-4. The best advice is to FADE THESE PICKS.

Thursday Night

Atl -3 (o/u 42.5)

Falcons 27 Panthers 18

Two weeks ago, these teams played one of the funniest games of the season, as the Panthers tied the game on a P.J. Walker Hail Mary to D.J. Moore. However, when Moore removed his helmet, a penalty pushed back the PAT, which was missed. Eddy Pineiro also missed in overtime as the Falcons escaped with the victory. The Panthers won't be as close this week as they were exposed last week and will get torn apart again. 

Guten Morgen

TB -3 9 (o/u 44.5)

Buccaneers 20 Seahawks 16

The first NFL game in Germany sees the surprising Seahawks taking on the Buccaneers. Tampa Bay is coming off a last-minute win over the Rams. That win could spark the Buccaneers back into the race, as the NFC South remains open seas to victory. I expect Tampa to win the game, as the Seahawks cannot keep up their pace. 

Sunday at 1

Min +3.5 (o/u 44)

Vikings 24 Bills 13

With Josh Allen dealing with a sprained elbow and his status up in the air, it is hard to pick the Bills in this game. The Vikings may be the quietest 7-1 team in NFL history. However, it is hard to see them losing to Case Keenum, Allen's backup in Buffalo. 

Chi -3 (o/u 48.5)

Bears 27 Lions 20

The Lions snapped their losing streak by picking off Aaron Rodgers in the red zone three times. The Bears lost a heartbreaker to the Dolphins. This week expect Justin Fields to use his legs again as the Bears get a win in the worst stadium in the NFL, Soldier Field. 

KC -9.5 (o/u 50.5)

Chiefs 38 Jaguars 20

The Jaguars rallied to beat the Raiders last week, as Trevor Lawrence shined in the second half. The Chiefs meanwhile won in overtime against the Titans, as Patrick Mahomes had another big night. Expect Mahomes to shine, as Lawrence gets a lesson on how. to win in the NFL, as the Chiefs roll to an easy win. 

Mia -3.5 (o/u 48.5)

Dolphins 30 Browns 24

Tua Tagovailoa is making a serious case for NFL MVP, as the Dolphins are 6-0 when he plays a full game. Tyreek Hill has 1,104 yards and is on pace to be the first player with a 2K receiving season. However, the Dolphins defense is a concern. Justin Fields tore them up last week, as the secondary is still held together with chewing gum. This should be a high-scoring game. 

NYG -4.5 (o/u 40.5)

Giants 24 Texans 13

The Giants had a bad bye week as Xavier McKinney was injured on an ATV in Cabo. He will miss at least four weeks. The Giants won't need him this week, as the Texans, in full tank mode with the eyes on the first overall pick, will provide little fight at the Meadowlands. 

Pit +2.5 (o/u 40)

Steelers 20 Saints 17

It is safe to call it a lost season for both teams. The Saints' quarterback situation is in flux, as Andy Dalton seems to have the job for now, despite his struggles. The Steelers are using this year as a teaching year for Kenny Pickett. Here is a lesson, winning home games which he will do as the Steelers edge the Saints. 

Ten -3 (o/u 38.5)

Titans 17 Broncos 9

With Malik Willis likely to start again, points will be a premium. Derrick Henry has done a wonderful job carrying the Titans, as they are 1-1 with Willis under center and nearly beat the Chiefs at Arrowhead last week. The Broncos cannot do anything. Expect the Titans to smother Russell Wilson and clear the way to victory. 

Sunday Late Games

LV-6 (o/u 42.5)

Raiders 31 Colts 13

This a test for the Raiders. They have blown three 17-point leads this season and are facing a Colts team that has become a clown show. Matt Ryan was a bust, Sam Ehlinger is not an NFL quarterback, and Frank Reich was fired. Jeff Saturday, a coach with zero experience, is facing the Raiders, a team he tweeted about on Saturday, saying they sucked. What is Jim Irsay thinking? If the Raiders don't blow the Colts out, it may be time for a new coach in Vegas. 

GB +5 (o/u 43)

Packers 27 Cowboys 24

All logic, all my senses say the Cowboys will crush the Packers, but my gut is saying that Aaron Rodgers snaps out of his funk and ends Green Bay's five-game losing streak. 

LAR -3.5 (o/u 43.5)

Rams 27 Cardinals 20

The Rams have suffered through a Super Bowl hangover all season. They are among the NFL's most disappointing teams as their season hangs in the balance. One thing that can be the cure is the Cardinals, who they have beaten in 11 of the last 12 meetings. 

Sunday Night

SF -7 (o/u 45.5)

49ers 37 Chargers 17

The 49ers got a big win two weeks ago to get to .500 during their bye week. Rested and ready, expect Christian McCaffery to come out hungry on Sunday night, as the 49ers get a statement win over the Chargers. 

Monday Night 

Was +11 (o/u 44)

Eagles 24 Commanders 20

Everyone is getting carried away by the Eagles. They are 8-0 the lone unbeaten team in the NFL, but they are not a juggernaut. They will win this game, but the Commanders will keep it somewhat close, as Taylor Heinicke again shows that he is the gutsiest quarterback in the NFL.