Davante Adams 90+ Yards Receiving
After last week's dismal performance in Jacksonville against the Saints, I'm pretty sure D Adams and the Packers lights up the soft Detroit secondary especially since 2020 first-round pick cornerback Jeff Okudah is out. Adams has gone over 90 yards in his last 3 out of 4 games against the Lions.
The Parlay Kid
Aaron Rodgers 3+ TD passes and Packers win
I am super confident in a Packers win. I think it is a given and have a lot of money tied into it. I also think Rodgers rebounds after one of his worst performances of all time with a big-time Monday night showing silencing week one critics. He gets this before the end of the third quarter.
Marquez Valdes-Scantling Over 39.5 Receiving Yards
I’m all in on the Packers tomorrow. We all know by now that you can’t put much stock in Week 1 unless your QB breaks his leg. Rodgers has heard the media all week questioning whether or not he should be playing this season, and I expect a big performance. Valdes-Scantling was targeted the most by Rodgers in week 1, and last year he averaged 75 yards receiving per game against Detroit. Let’s go O39.5!
Chicago Bears -1.5
My Bryce Young O2.5 passing TDs bet yesterday couldn’t have been easier and hit in the first 12 minutes. I don’t get this Bears spread. Sure, we all love Burrow and we hate Dalton, but the Bengals haven’t done enough to warrant this spread. Burrow hasn’t even won an NFL road game yet. While the final score may have looked like a Rams blowout in week 1, the Bears were in the game late and they moved the ball all game. Bears -1.5!
Houston Astros -1.5
Zack Greinke has 11 wins this season and is looking to rebound after a couple of bad starts. What better way to snap out of a minor losing streak than to go up against your former team and the worst team in the National League.
The Parlay Kid
Ryan Tannehill Over 1.5 TD passes
Tannehill went over this number in 11 out of 16 games last season and is due after a subpar week one performance. Look for Tannehill to test the Seahawks' secondary and have a big week two.
The Parlay Kid
Ohio State -25.5
Ohio St. is not happy about their loss last week and is going to take it out on Tulsa. That’s just the way it is. CJ Stroud will continue to get better and the Buckeyes will slaughter Tulsa in the trenches. This is going to be ugly.
Bryce Young Over 2.5 Passing TDs
It seems like a guarantee now that Alabama is going to score 40 points per game. In the last 14 games, they got 40 in 13 of them. Young is currently the Heisman favorite and I expect another strong outing by him. If you remember last year, this Florida team got shredded by Bama, Oklahoma, and LSU. Young gets his 3rd TD pass by the 3rd Quarter.
Iowa State -32.5
Just when just about everyone is giving up on the Cyclones and head coach Matt Campbell, I am backing them this week in the desert against the Rebels. This UNLV defense has given up close to 1000 yards after their first 2 games (the opener was against I-AA Eastern Washington). QB Brock Purdy and RB Breece Hall (led nation in rushing last season) finally get this offense that made it to the Big 12 championship in gear and in a big way in covering that big spread of 32.5.