Week 1 is upon us, so who do you bet on?
The first week back is usually a little rusty, and full of nerves (as we saw on Thursday), so picking for week 1 can always be a bit tricky.
Luckily our boy Wade has made some stellar predictions to help you out.
His advice for week 1-batten down the hatches!
The hurricane that wasn’t has just passed the east coast leaving cities wet, windy and restless.
This will translate to the games, as the high humidity in the area will be a benefit to the home teams in the areas. The players will be use to the damp, the visiting teams…not so much.
Home games usually mean a lot in week 1 as the fans are back and clamouring for more football.
Wade has the Jaguars upsetting the Chiefs, despite their O-Line woes.
He also has the soggy Dolphins playing plucky football, but ultimately losing.
He also sees a big game for the Panthers who will be hosting the Chargers.
Look for McCaffrey to have a monster game here.
Make sure you listen to our podcast to get all the details!
Good luck everyone!
It’s that time of the year when every jackass with a football yob makes their blind predictions for the NFL season.
Luckily, we have own blind, yob, and his name is Ryan Cull.
Ryan is an ardent Bills fan, so choosing this must be hard for him.
An all Pennsylvania game, with the Eagles topping the Steelers.
What are the odds on this?
Who is going to win it all this year?
That’s what savvy, betting, NFL fans look at when it comes to cashing out, and buying that 1 bedroom condo in Boca Raton.
When it comes to the NFC, we have our own predictions that can help you buy that lonely villa.
For the NFC East, there can be no other victor than the Philadelphia Eagles.
Bearing a burning season of injuries and admissions, the Eagles look to thrash the Redskins, Cowboys, and Giants.
With a solid running game, fresh receivers and a QB who isn’t looking over his shoulder-the Eagles look set to beat up on this division.
Take them easily.
The NFC North isn’t so easy.
While many laugh and lament at the woes of Aaron Rodgers, there is no doubt that he needs to rebound this year to satisfy the hype.
Or has the sun set on A-A-Ron?
With the Bears starting to jive last year, and a new defensive coach-we like the Bears to outlast this tough division.
The Vikings have yet to show what they ‘got’ for this season, and the Lions are…well, the Lions.
Taking it to the NFC South, the real focus will be on Drew Brees and the Saints.
Can they come back from a dreadful loss last season after such a promising start?
The rest of the division is still in divisions, so the Saints need to focus on their home wins, as well as crushing road rivals.
Saints move on.
Will the Rams repeat this year after a crushing Super Bowl loss to the Patriots?
Despite Jared Goff receiving insane money, they don’t have all of the tools that they had last year.
Add to this the shaky knees of Todd Gurley, and there are questions.
The Seahawks have made numerous changes to their roster this season, not only to establish the running game, but to give more tools to Russell Wilson.
We see this paying off.
Recap: Eagles; Bears; Saints & Seahawks