It’s the final London game of 2021, as the Jacksonville Jaguars play host to the Miami Dolphins at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
While many bemoan this lack lustre battle of Florida, it should be noted that this is an NFL game…in London. So quit your moaning and just enjoy the fact the no longer have COVID, but we have a game.
Wade and Ryan are stoked for the all the NFL games on tap this Sunday, and have compiled their Week 6 Tips for your betting knowledge.
Wade has been on fire with his tips lately, while Ryan’s tips involve the Buffalo Bills for the most part.
So what are the big games that the guys are looking at for this Sunday?
-3.5 Dolphins (1-4) vs Jaguars (0-5) +45.5
‘Florida Men fight it out across the pond’ would be the headline that tees up this London game at Tottenham stadium.
Both Florida teams have struggled this season, and it doesn’t look like it’s going to get better for either team.
The Dolphins welcome back Tua, as he fights for his own job after a rather disappointing start after the Fitzmagic years.
Despite being down every wide receiver, Tua is fit to play, and lead his Dolphins against an ever struggling Jacksonville squad.
The Jaguars just can’t figure it out.
Every season they make new plans and directions for the future, but somehow can’t put concept to action.
Urban Meyer has been a distraction this season, and it’s hard to see if he will keep his job if the Jags bottle this one in London.
Ryan is big on the Jags here to steady the ship and get their first win of the season. He likes Trevor Lawrence to have an impressive game in the victory.
Wade thinks that the return of Tua will be too much for the Jags, as he and Mike Gesicki look to have a big game.
James Robinson might offer some running studness for the Jags, but that’s about that.
Ryan-Jaguars 28 Dolphins 24
Wade-Dolphins 23 Jaguars 18
LA Chargers (4-1) vs Ravens (4-1) -3 +50.5
Justin Herbert has been a dream boat this season, leading his team into tough matches and coming out firing at every opportunity. They have beat big teams, and prove that they are up there as contenders down the line.
Lamar Jackson and the Ravens have had some downright ugly wins, but who cares…they’re wins.
Jackson is playing on another level, and he shows he is just as much of a threat running as he is peppering the ball down field.
Ryan believes that Lamar can fly, and that he will be flying all over the Chargers D on Sunday in dramatic fashion. He thinks that LA will run out of steam, allowing the Ravens to hold on for a home W.
Wade is big on the D, and thinks that the Chargers D will play the stagnating factor here. They kept it close with the Cowboys, and they should be able to do the same here.
Ryan-Ravens 33 Chargers 30
Wade-Chargers 28 Ravens 26
Cardinals (5-0) vs Browns (3-2) -2.5 +50
The Cardinals have a perfect record, yet they are underdogs heading into the dawg pound on Sunday. Could it be that the sharps know something that we don’t know?
The Browns are great at home, and their D and O line have kept them in some games that could have gotten out of hand.
Baker Mayfield was better last week, but his inconsistencies and field of vision don’t seem to be getting any better.
Nick Chubb is out this week, and OBJ is bitching that he isn’t getting enough touches.
Arizona has been on fire thus far, holding the distinction of being the only undefeated team in the NFL right now.
Sure, their secondary lets in loads of points, and Kyler still makes some rookie’ish mistakes, but they have so many tools at their disposal.
Ryan thinks that Kyler and the boys run out of gas here, with the Browns finally stepping up to be a force in the AFC North. He likes Cleveland in a close one.
Wade likes the big red machine to keep winning. The Browns have plenty of injuries as well as locker room chaos to distract them on Sunday. The weather is going to be crap, so look for loads of runs.
Ryan-Browns 24-Cardinals 20
Wade-Cardinals 30 Browns 28
London After Party
What are you doing after the London games? Want to join us and party NFL style Sunday night?
Sports Bar and Grill Old Street is quite sold out, but we have added more standing room. It’s open until 4am, and will have all the games on plus Redzone.
Sports Bar and Grill Clapham has a few tables available, but you will need to contact them now to book in. They are open until 11pm Sunday.
The Princess Alexandra in Crouch End is open until 12:30am, and has plenty of space. Book ahead to guarantee your seats.
Enjoy the game, stay safe, and hopefully we will see you at one of our NFL parties this season!
Here’s the flyover from the fighter jets from the 1st game!