Bullying is frowned upon in today’s society. But I’m a bully, that’s right, a bully. I’ve bullied the shit out of my bookie for this season and ESPECIALLY in the month of December. I went 21-5 in December, are you fucking kidding me? 81% is just out of this world. I’m going to humblebrag these fun facts: I’ve paid for a new mattress with all of this free money. I paid for all my Christmas gifts with all of that free money. I paid for a trip to the Caymans with all of this free money. And I all ask from you, 9 loyal readers, is watch the latest and greatest season of Comics Watching Comics, Season 7, only on Amazon Video. You’re getting the all-star panel, the people YOU voted to see on the All-Star edition. So here it is and my promise to you, it will not disappoint. Onto the picks.
Yes, the playoffs are a completely different animal. Always try and find that hot team with karma in their pocket and ride them to the end. This year, I think it’s the Saints. Who out of the AFC? Maybe the Colts, maybe the Chiefs. But not the Texans. Why? Because the Texans may have one of the best pass rushes out there. However, the Colts have the #1 ranked offensive line, only allowing 16 sacks in 16 games. I think my boy Eli Manning would sell his children on the dark web or to Apple to make iPhones for that kind of protection. The Colts have made me an absolute windfall of cash this season. Is this a loyalty pick? No. Because even though they played Sunday night and they’re the first game on Saturday, I think Andrew Luck can be the QB to possibly carry his team on his shoulders to the end. Colts are 9-1 SU of late, 6-3 ATS on the road. Colts are 5-0-1 in Houston and 17-7 SU vs Houston. A more telling number: Colts were 5-2 ATS vs teams over .500. Texans were 3-6 ATS vs teams over .500. The line is 1.5 and if you’re taking the dog, you might as well take the money line as there is little value taking the 1.5.
Hence why I grabbed the Colts on the ML +110.
Teasers have been working well for me this year, my first loss with a teaser was last week when GB failed to show up against Detroit. Seattle is a team that you don’t want to face as Russell Wilson has become a comeback kid and no lead is safe enough. Yes, Dallas has been good on defense but that defense gave up over 30 points last week to the Giants in a completely meaningless game. No, they didn’t sit any of their regulars except Zeke. Last I checked, Jason Garrett is not one to be trusted in the playoffs. And along with other fans of NFC East teams, I’d like to thank Garrett for doing well this season as now Jerry is going to HAVE to give Garrett a new deal. His piss poor clock management and abusing of timeouts are always welcome. Seattle is one of the best running teams and Dallas is ok at stopping the run. Seattle 4-2 ATS of late, 6-1 SU as well. Seattle 4-1 ATS on the road, 4-2 SU on the road. Seattle 4-1 SU playing Dallas. Seattle has went over 7/8. I think this stays close so let’s take Seattle and tease them up to +7. Cause if Seattle is down, they can EASILY backdoor a cover with a TD in your pocket. But Seattle can also put up points through the air. Doug Baldwin gives them the NFL’s best explosive pass rate when he’s on the field (12% vs 6% when he’s not). This is also a low total, 43.5. This game can EASILY be 24-21 and hit the over.
First part of teaser: Seattle from +1 to +7 and separately the over, 43.5
Chargers just played Baltimore 2 weeks ago (hit that under, thank you). So now they have real time experience against Lamar Jackson. SD stinks at home but have only 1 loss on the road this year. 5-0 SU and ATS on the road, pretty damn good. They’re also 5–0 against teams that are in the bottom 10 of pass defenses. The Browns just showed everyone how to exploit the Ravens defense. Chargers are 4-2 ATS in Baltimore. Baltimore is good at home, 4-1 ATS. And we know Phil Rivers has yet to win a big game in the playoffs. So why not stack my odds with the second half of my teaser? No way the Ravens win by more than a TD.