With so few choices in the Wild Card round for teasers, I was not certain how we might do. Turns out none too shabby, as went 3-1 and hit combos of two and three-team teasers.
As I stated last week and it will apply again this weekend also, when making NFL picks on teasers, limit yourself to two and three-teamers, because it is really difficult to nail a four-teamer with so few games.
We continue are fantastic run as we move to 43-9 on six-point teasers and we are on the hunt for more. Rest assured it will still not be easy, but as long as you try and navigate the right way, you will have a chance to beat the NFL odds and cash more winners! This is what I’m looking at this week.
The total on this NFC encounter has slid from 43.4 to 41, making either side hard to back from value perspective. Nonetheless, still like the UNDER on the teaser side since we can take that to 47. There is grave concern about what Nick Foles is going to produce for Philadelphia. That is compounded by the fact the Atlanta defense has quietly gone about its business and permitted only 16.3 points a game in their last half dozen outings. (All by the way that were UNDER’s) Since the Falcons offense is not robust in scoring 22.3 PPG and the Eagles allow 18.4 PPG, we should be in great shape.
While Tennessee at +19 is tempting, we will go the other way. New England at -7 on teaser line gets off a relatively important number like 13, below 10 and sets us up at no worse than push at seven. From stats perspective, the Patriots are home, have the No.2 pass offense and they are taking on the Titans No.25 pass defense. Plus, the Pats are 14-0 against a teaser line having won three of their last four contests.