NFL Week #3 – Only 6 Unbeaten Teams

– It is hard to find any clear favorites this weekend, but Mic and Ike could come up with a winning 10-team parlay. Few teams remain unbeaten. The unbeaten Philly Eagles travel to the southwest to play the unbeaten Cardinals (+3) – This may be the only ‘home dog’ of the day – figure less than 42 combined points scored.

Ike won’t predict any winners from these games:

  • Rama at Bears (-7; o/u 43)
  • Bucs (+8; o 45.5) at Cowboys
  • 49ers (-7; u43) at Vikings
  • Lions (-3.5; u 46.5) at Titans
  • Bengals at Redskins (-3; o 50)
  • Jets at Dolphins (+3; o 41)
  • Packers (-3; u 46) at Seahawks on Monday night
  • Falcons at Chargers (-3; u 47.5)
  • Steelers (-3.5; 45.5) at Raiders – The Oakland Raiders sure need a win. They have been outscored 57 to 27 in their first two games. The Steelers’ defense is tough – they shut out the Jets in the second half last weekend.

Mic and Ike agreed to make a good parlay out of these games:

  • Chiefs at Saints (-8.5; o 53) – both teams have bad defenses
  • Bills (-3; o 44.5) at Browns – Buffalo scored 35 points in 3 quarters last Sunday. Now it looks like enough winnings to pay the bills.
  • Patriots at Ravens (-3; u 39) – These teams have only allowed 33 and 37 points during two games – Baltimore has the home field advantage
  • Houston Texans (-2; u 44.5) at the Broncos – The superior Texan defense has held opponents to only 17 points
  • Jacksonville Jags at the Colts (-3; o 43) – The lowly Jaguars have only scored a total of 30 points during two games

 

Good luck and enjoy the games!

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[ for musement only ]

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Posted on September 21, 2012, in Humor, Risk Management, Sport and Recreation. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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