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Razor NFL Week 6 #2

Patriots/Bills One of the best spots to back an elite team is when they are playing a lesser opponent but taking them seriously. The New York Jets have won three straight games and are tied with the New England Patriots at 3-2 towards the top of the NFC East division. With 10 days to prepare and get healthy, I expect the Patriots to show up and play with full effort against the Jets. The Jets were in good spots their last 3...

NFL Week 6

Giants/Broncos The Denver Broncos are coming off a bye and New York Giants are just absolutely swarmed by the injury bug. It’ll be tough for the NYG to move the ball on offense in a very tough environment. I’m not worried about a backdoor cover by Eli if Denver is up and ready, and I see this Broncos running game wearing down this Giants defense as the game progresses. Two things that I look for in the rare...

“Shorestein Says” NFL Picks – Week 6

Week 6 “Shorestein Says” Picks of the Week   LA Rams @ Jacksonville -2.5:  How bout that Jags D?! The Jaguars have come a long way and now rank #1 in defensive passer rating at 56.9!  Some may see this as a fluke, but this trend of excellent play started at the end of last season.  The young, athletic talent is popping on this defense, and I think it will continue to shine against Goff as he struggles with top notch...

“Shorestein Says” NFL Picks – Week 5

Week 5 Shorestein Says Picks of The Week   Patriots @ Tampa Bay +6:  Another Thursday Nighter with value in my opinion.  As you probably know by now the Patriots defense has wildly underachieved.  They are ranking close to the bottom in virtually every important category imaginable.  Obviously, the biggest one that sticks out is the 116.3 defensive passer rating.  Here’s the rest of the damage report here: If I...

NFL Week 5

49ers/Colts: In what may be an overlooked game this Sunday between the San Francisco 49ers and the Indianapolis Colts, I have found an edge in this game We have 2 of the bottom 5 defenses in the NFL in this game, and quite possibly some underrated offenses. Starting with the Colts offense, they began the year with Scott Tolzien in week 1 and made the switch to recently acquired Jacoby Brissett. He was very limited with the...

VJ Sports – NFL Sunday Night – 10/1/20...

  Seattle -12  (46-18 Blowout Winner!)   Tonight, I am on the Seahawks and below are the Key Edges in their favor which should propel them to a big win tonight. *KEY EDGE: QB Wilson vs Indy’s 29th Ranked Pass Defense. Yes, Wilson and the Seahawk’s offense has gotten off to a very slow start averaging just 13 points per game. However, we all know that he’s a gamer and always has the ability to have a breakout game....

Razor NFL Week 4 PLAY #3

Browns/Bengals  The Cincinnati Bengals fired their offensive coordinator after last Thursday’s game and only had 10 days to prepare for last Sunday’s game at Green Bay with new coordinator Bill Lazor. They came out looking good the first drive but tailed off towards the second half of the game. Dalton didn’t throw much downfield and only had one attempt over 20 yards all game long. With another week of...

“Shorestein Says” NFL Picks – Week 4

***For the Full Analysis please sign up at ShoresteinSays.com***  Pittsburgh @ Baltimore +3:  As I’ve highlighted in the past, the Ravens defense is much more dialed in when playing in Baltimore.  I’d be shocked if they didn’t come out flying after their embarrassing loss in London.  These teams often fight each other to the final seconds, regardless of what their records are.  I’m willing to take the...

Razor NFL Week 4 (Cont)

Raiders/Broncos In a battle between playoff hopefuls, we have two teams coming off losses that were probably a result of looking ahead last week. The Broncos played a relatively even game with Buffalo on the road, but turnovers and miscues led to their defeat to the Bills. The Raiders, on the other hand, were embarrassed on Sunday night at the Nation’s capital, where they barely gained over 100 yards all game long....

Razor NFL Week 4 PLAY #1

Saints/Dolphins It has been a brutal schedule for the Miami Dolphins to begin the year, and things do not appear to be getting any easier in terms of Time Zone consistency. The Southeast Florida squad stayed on the west coast for ten days before their first game in week 2 against the Chargers, then flew home after the game to Miami, only to go back on the road to play the jets where they lost 20-6. Now, they travel across...

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