Via Sam Panayotovich
And what about that? Ohio State “Through” last week?
Our best bets (9-3 YTD) are off to a good start, and I’ll be doing four plays in the next few days. This space is also not a place for a million picks or five-fold matching. These are my favorite games.
Let’s start working with the courtesy of FOX bets.
I expected more fireworks than the market.
New England offense seems lost in the season opener in Miamiafterward Pittsburgh’s stingy defense organization Mac Jones and Co up 17 points last Sunday. Now Pats is faced with a ‘D’ of Raven who gave up 380 yards to Jet plane and the giant 547-foot dolphin.
You know, Bill Belichick and his mysterious attack coordinator have been researching the movie about the Baltimore crisis in Miami, and I expect them to be aggressive soon and often. And we all know Lamar Jackson should get his fair share of touchdowns.
I love this game ending in the 50s.
Bet you didn’t expect this game to be on the list, did you?
Liberty is down its third string quarter after Kaidon Salter injured his groin during last Saturday’s game at Wake Forest. The start of Week 1 of So Salter and Liberty Charlie Brewer both are on the shelf and it sounds like freshman redshirt Nate Hampton Will get a call later this week.
I don’t even have to explain the seriousness of dropping out [NFL quarterback] Malik Willis last season with a third streak this weekend. Liberty will still score, but I think it’s going to be tough to get to 40.
This one has 37-10 written on it.
It’s hard to ignore the market move against USC.
The shrewd guys quickly scooped up +7 and +6.5 points for the Beavers – a well-trained team with the personnel to score goals in front of the Trojan’s overrated defense. Head coach Jonathan Smith is one of the best math minds in the country, and trust me when I say he doesn’t have long with Corvallis.
I’m also willing to bet on USC’s incredible revenue margin. The Trojans are #1 in the country (+10) because they didn’t make a single profit for the whole season. Not one. It’s almost impossible to keep that up.
At the end of the day, I like the Oregon State insult to keep things really interesting. The last team with the ball can win the game.
Now that the Eagles are “Super Bowl contenders,” I’m ready to shorten them.
Final, Jalen Hurts will go through some adversity, and this is a solid position to go up against a team that no one wants to go up against. Washington’s offense looks a lot better with Carson Wentz under the center because he is giving the ball to his players and getting out of the way.
I really like Washington to hang inside figures.
Sam Panayotovich is a sports betting analyst for FOX Sports and NESN. He has previously worked for WGN Radio, NBC Sports and VSiN. He will probably choose your favorite team. Follow him on Twitter @spshoot.
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