2014 Week 2 NFL Picks: 5* Seahawks -3.5, 4* BRONCOS -13 #freenflpicks #nflpick

[Seahawks/CHARGERS] Week 2 is always the week that we find out who is for real.   I am one that believes that the Seahawks are for real. Look for the CHARGERS rushing attack, that only powered 52 rushing yards in Arizona, to find little traction versus a Seahawks defense that allowed only 80 yards in its opener.  Particularly troubling for the Chargers is their defense is facing off with Wilson,  110.9 rating, after allowing over 400 yards in its opener.  The recent undefeated 0-4-1 historic record against the Seahawks will definitely be on their mind.

[Chiefs/BRONCOS] After getting blown out in Week 1, the Chiefs arrive as 13 point Underdogs; the largest spread over the last decade.  After an outstanding Week 1 performance, it is simply too hard to resist taking a BRONCOS team versus a injury-ridden Chiefs defense that allowed over 400 yards at Home in Week 1.  Manning powering a 111.9 rating it their opener by averaging over 12 yards per catch to all his leading receivers. Having lost by 35 points and 20 points in two of their last four visits to Denver, look for the Broncos’ stingy rushing defense that allowed only 54 yards in its opener to hold Charles down again, and turn their recent 1-4 record ATS around.





2012 Week 12 4* NFL Pick: GIANTS -2.5

While the experts and public are favoring the NEW YORK GIANTS, the Packers will push the Giants to their limit. The bad news for the Giants is that they arrive with the 28th ranked Home rushing defense. The good news for the Giants is that the Packers, 5-0 SU, 13-3 SU in their last 16 Road games, are powering the 22nd ranked Road rushing attack on only 99.4 rushing yards per game. A league best 4-1 ATS in their last five games in outscoring their opponents by 11 points per game, the Packers sport a surprisingly weak Road passing defense this year; the Giants 9th ranked Home passing attack that is averaging 279 yards per game, and has slowed over the last two weeks, will need to attack early. 1-4 ATS in their last five games at Home, avoiding the fumbles that has paralyzed their momentum and the rushing attack will be a must. Powering more than 305 yards per game that the Giants have averaged over their last five games will also be key. Lastly, allowing 3.2 sacks per game, pressuring Rodgers into a mistake, and not allowing the momentum that teams have been driving in the second quarter will be just as important.

2012 Week 12 5* NFL Pick: Steelers -1

Even with the loss of Roethlisberger and Leftwich, the Pittsburgh Steelers do not lose a step. The good news for the Steelers is that they arrive in Cleveland on a 16-1 run SU versus the BROWNS; 2-2 ATS over the last two years, the Steelers have not been favorites of less than 3 points since 2003. With the Browns powering one of the worst ranked offenses in the NFL, and averaging only 17 points per game in their last five games, look for this one to be a ground battle with Weeden, 70.3 rating, eventually throwing the big interception versus the Steelers #1 ranked Road passing defense that is only sacrificing 185.2 yards per game.

2012 Week 1 – 5* NFL Pick: GIANTS -4

Arriving 5-1 Against the Spread (‘ATS’) in their last six games with the Cowboys, public opinion has swayed to the Giants. 3-1 ATS at home in their last four matchups, the Giants arrive 4-1 Straight Up (‘SU’) at Home on opening day under Coughlin. Interestingly, the Giants have been held under 30 points only once at Home over the last four years. Look for Dallas, who closed 2010 outscored by 5 points per game on only 19 points per game to struggle with a healthy, motivated Giants defense that closed 2011 allowing 20 points only once in its last six games (including playoffs); without Robinson and Witten, Dallas wil have few silver bullets to save them from an opening night defeat.

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