Last week we finished 5/6, and it was the Buccs who cost us the coveted title of perfect. This week I am even more confident we can go perfect. Let’s make some money!
- Bills ML vs Arizona +120: The Bills are a sleeper team. All around a solid offense and defense alike. Coming into week 10, Buffalo has a 7-2 record and notable wins versus Seattle and the Raiders. Josh Allen has done nothing but improve while Arizona is a rocky team. This game’s storyline is 9 players (7 starters) didn’t practice Wednesday, and many won’t play Sunday for Arizona. Among those players are stars Safety Buddha Baker, Wr’s Larry Fitzgerald, Deandre Hopkins, and DT Leki Fotu. If any of these players don’t play, Sunday will serve as a huge impact on Arizona. Kenyon Drake did have a little practice Wednesday, but I doubt he’ll be 100% come game day. As for the Bills, they do have players questionable but nothing to the extent of Arizona. The Bills can and will score big on the Cardinals banged-up defense. Although the Cardinals score 30 pp/g, they are limited by teams similar to Buffalo. Teams such as Carolina and San Francisco where they suffered season lows in these games. Bet ML, Arizona, is mediocre against good defenses.
- Saints -9 against San Fransisco: Believe the New Orleans hype. Whether you like Drew Brees their offensive efficiency or not, they look good. Drew Brees played brilliantly with a completion rate of over 80%. Sure, it’s not very exciting to watch, but they have mastered the art of long drives and wearing down defenses. 222 yards, 4TD’s, and a passer rating of 135, Drew Brees was terrific. Much like against the Buccs, the Saints will wear down the 49ers defense that’s ridden with injuries. Along with no defensive help, San Fransisco’s offense won’t play well either. It is well known that Green Bay has an awful defense, and only scoring 17 points on them is a sad look for the 49ers. The spread is an easy bet, roll Saints.
- Seahawks ML vs LA +115: Is Vegas okay? Whoever made this line should be fired. The only justification for this line are losses against Buffalo (week 9) and Arizona (7). The reason they lost those games were on the defense. LA doesn’t have an offense like Arizona and the electric Kyler Murray or strong-arm Josh Allen and Buffalo. The Rams will score, won’t be able to keep up with Russel Wilson. ESPN has the Rams ranked 2nd in defensive stats. To the naked eye, that seems fantastic, but when you look at whom they’ve played, it makes sense (Giants, Bears, and the Eagles). When they play decent teams like Buffalo, they let up huge numbers and big games to opposing offenses. This is going to be another week of getting ran over for LA. Make money and take Seattle.
- Raiders ML vs Denver -200: The Raiders are playing good football. They Held the Browns to 6 points and the Chargers to 21; both are incredible feats. Coming into week 10, the Raiders are much healthier than the Broncos, who have 17 players on IR. A definite weak spot for Denver is the receiving core. Wide receivers Jerry Jeudy, Tim Patrick, and Dionte Spencer, along with tight end Noah Fant, are among those questionable Sunday. This means that 62 percent of the yards caught this year for the Broncos are questionable (1223/1967). The offensive line is also not in good shape with three key members questionable, Demar Dotson, Austin, Schlottmann, and Jake Rodgers. With the O Line not at full strength, it could be nightmare fuel for Melvin Gordon and Drew Lock under center.
In conclusion, Week 9 was great so let’s keep rolling into Week 10. Make some money this Sunday and don’t forget to check out B3TSports on Instagram.