Beware Of Frauds, The Vikings Are The Worst 10-2 Team In NFL History

Another lousy week, going 6-9 as I dropped to a woeful 86-104-4 on the season.

Thursday Night

LAR +6 (o/u 45)

Raiders 24 Rams 20

The Raiders are zooming with three straight wins, as the reeling Rams have lost six straight. The Rams are on the verge of being the worst team in the year following a Lombardi Trophy. That being said, they will find a way to cover this game as the Raiders' late playoff surge continues. 

Sunday at 1

Buf -2.5 (o/u 44)

Bills 30 Jets 10

The Bills are due to stomp somebody. Thery have played well and are starting to find their stride despite some injuries. The Jets playing a second straight road game, will run into a buzzsaw as the Bills avenge their loss in the Meadowlands. 

Cin -6 (o/u 47)

Bengals 29 Browns 13

The Bengals coming off a win over the Chiefs, are looking to finish strong and win the AFC North as they hope for a return to the Super Bowl. 

Dal -16.5 (o/u 45.5)

Cowboys 47 Texans 13

This one is going to be ugly. The Cowboys are surging and are a Super Bowl contender. The Texans are tanking and are the worst team in the NFL by far. This will be ugly. 

Det -2.5 (o/u 52.5)

Lions 27 Vikings 17

The Vikings may be the worst 10-2 team in NFL history. All you need to do is see the point differential, which is just ten points. They play close games and have hung on several times. The Lions are surging and trying to make a statement towards next season as they win their fifth game in six tries. 

Phi -7 (o/u 44.5)

Eagles 20 Giants 6

The Giants are going in the wrong direction. They have won just one of their last five games and are doing nothing on offense. The Eagles soaring atop the NFC East, know they have work to do if they want to hold off Dallas. Look for a strong game from Jalen Hurts as the Giants' slide continues. 

Pit -2.5 (o/u 37)

Steelers 16 Ravens 10

Lamar Jackson avoided serious injury but will be out this week as the Ravens take on the rival Steelers. With three straight wins, the Steelers are making a run at .50 to keep Mike Tomlin's legacy of no losing seasons alive. 

Ten -4 (o/u 41)

Titans 30 Jaguars 13

The Jaguars appeared to hit a wall last week as they were crushed by the Lions. The Titans, meanwhile, were lit up by former teammate A.J. Brown. Look for Derrick Henry to have a bid day as the Titans cruise. 

Sunday Late Games

Den +9.5 (o/u 43)

Chiefs 24 Broncos 15

For as bad as the Broncos have been, their defense is among the best in the NFL, as only the 49ers allowed fewer points. The offense is the worst at 166 points in 12 games. This has backdoor cover written all over it. 

SF -3.5 (o/u 37)

49ers 13 Buccaneers 3

After Jimmy Garappolo went down with a foot injury, Broc Purdy played well for the Niners. The Niners' defense is the secret sauce to their success, as Nick Bosa is a lock for Defensive Player of the Year. With Tampa's shaky offensive line, look for Tom Brady to wish he had stayed retired. 

Sea -3.5 (o/u 44)

Seahawks 24 Panthers 17

After a strong start, the Seahawks have been shaky as of late, as they barely beat the Rams last week, ending a two-game losing streak. The Panthers come in off a bye week and are winless on the road. 

Sunday Night

Mia -3 (o/u 52)

Dolphins 31 Chargers 23

The first of three straight Nationally televised games for the Dolphins see them flexed into Sunday Night. The Dolphins travel well and will have more fans in Los Angeles than the Chargers, who are not healthy and not playing well. Indications are that Terron Armstead will play for Miami, which is good news, as the Dolphins are unbeaten when he plays four quarters. 

Monday Night 

NE -1.5 (o/u 44)

Patriots 19 Cardinals 10

A must-win for the Patriots, who sit at 6-6. The Cardinals are terrible at home, losing five of six games in the desert. Look for a big day by the Patriots' defense, who will feast on mistake-prone Kyler Murray,