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Now let’s get to it! Week 15 picks for your betting pleasure.
The Broncos secondary has taken its lumps in 2020. A once vaunted unit, is now a target to attack. That is exactly what Josh Allen and the Bills receivers are going to do on Saturday. Buffalo’s stellar offensive line play will once again give their QB time to throw; that is more bad news for Denver. Drew Lock has been Jeckyl and Hyde for the mile-high footballers. I have no idea what to expect from him in this contest. Public bettors are still not on this Bills team, which has turned into a winning culture. Hovering under that magic number 7 at 6.5 is just right for Buffalo on national TV.
Washington has outplayed its expected progress under Ron Rivera this season. They come into this contest with their star running back, Antonio Gibson questionable. Their quarterback, Alex Smith is also not a lock to start. Those are too many questions for the Football Team who faces a Seattle squad getting healthy to make another playoff run. Russell Wilson will. not take Washington lightly, after already being picked off by the Giants earlier this season. The advanced line was far better, but I still like it at 6.
Seventeen is an enormous line for an NFL game, but is this really a game between two professional teams? Los Angeles has a devastating defensive front and New York will be without key pieces of their offensive line. The coaching edge is clear, McVay in a landslide, plus he had the extra time to prepare. Besides the Jets getting some wideouts healthy, there isn’t much in their favor right now. They have their eyes on the number one pick and this is just another step in that process. This is the largest NFL spread I have bet, ever. However, I am surprisingly confident it will be in the clear for most of the contest.
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