Well folks, we’re right in the thick of the NFL playoffs. Sorry I didn’t get an article to you last week but if you follow me on FB, you would’ve seen my elephant shit picks. Ugh, the only one I got right was the Seattle under, 1-3 for the weekend. The Pitt over almost hit and my dad always said, there’s no such thing as half pregnant. I went with Oakland and the rookie QB, Connor Cook. I thought Brock Osweiller would be worse but he did enough to cover. The Giants wide receivers forgot how to catch except they were able to catch a flight to hang out with Justin Bieber. Seriously, if you’re going to take a mini-vacation during an off day, the last thing I’m doing is hanging out with that little fruit. I’d rather hang out with Justin Verlander so I can hopefully see Kate Upton topless and those massive…acting chops.
Let’s talk gambling for this week: I took the ATL over last night and sweated out the Patriots -16 so 2-0 for the week so far. First game today is GB/Dal. You can truly make a case for both: Aaron Rodgers is hotter than gonorrhea and Emily Rajakowski (I’d still do her if she had an std AND make her a mixtape.) Dallas can run the ball on anyone, has had 2 weeks of rest, but has a rookie QB at the helm. GB is without Jordy Nelson but that didn’t stop Rodgers from dismantling the Giants in the 2nd half. The stats are favoring both teams (Dallas is 5-0 SU at home and 9/10 vs GB at home while GB is 5/5 SU. The last 5/5 have gone over for GB.) Here’s what I think: I think Dallas plays ball control and runs that ball down their throats and is able to keep the ball out of Rodgers hands.
God, I hope Dallas loses cause there would be nothing worse than a Patriots/Dallas Superbowl. I’d have to root for a meteor to fall just like I did when the Patriots played the Eagles.
I’m leaning GB but I locked in:
GB Under 53
I don’t mind the Chiefs nor the Steelers but let’s be honest: the ONLY team in the AFC who has a chance of knocking off the Pats (and they did look a little vulnerable last night) are the Steelers. The problem though is Pittsburgh on the road isn’t as good. And Andy Reid off a bye 16-2 SU and 14-4 ATS in the regular season. In the playoffs: 3-0 SU and 2-1 ATS. Wow, pretty solid numbers. Pitt outside of the eastern time zone is 6-14. But man, it’s certainly hard to bet against Ben. The line is KC-2 but I’m a hell of a lot more sold on these facts: KC have gone UNDER in 6/7 at home and Pitt has gone 6/7 UNDER on the road. It’s freezing cold and the game got moved because of an ice storm that was supposed to hit KC. So this is a no-brainer for me to take:
KC under 44.5