Hell of a week for us last week, hope you all enjoyed you Christmas as much as I did! We’re back and looking to get one final regular season week on the positive side before we focus on the playoffs.

Last Week: 5-0

Overall: 45-20-1


Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers -4.5

The Bucs are still in the playoff mix and are facing a must-win game against a floundering Carolina team. Cam and crew just got absolutely trounced at home by Atlanta and have a very tough test with a good Tampa Bay team. I’m putting my record and reputation in the hands and decision-making of Jameis Winston…

Buffalo Bills at New York Jets OVER 42.5

That’s right, I have faith in whoever the hell the Jets are going to throw out there at QB to deliver some sort of offense. The Bills have put to rest the greatest brother duo of coaches this game has and will ever see in Rex and Rob, but this team still has playmakers all over the field. The Jets will be looking to ensure they have a good draft pick and the Bills are going to be playing hard for a new coach, perfect recipe for some points.

Oakland Raiders at Denver Broncos -1.5

I have absolutely no faith in Matt McGloin. I will never forget the worst hangover my life, I spent the entire morning after laying in a plank position to keep the room from spinning and it just so happened to be facing the TV where the McGloin-led Raiders lost an absolute barnburner to the Jets in MetLife by a final score of 19-14. There is a reason McGloin has been a no-named back-up for this long and it is because he cannot produce. Add-in the fact that the Broncos have one of the best defenses in the league AND they’re playing at home and I’d like to think Denver is capable of winning by at least 3.

Green Bay Packers -3.5  at Detroit Lions OVER 49.5

Love this line, there is no way in hell that Aaron Rodgers (a healthy Aaron Rodgers) loses this game to an injured (or is he hurt?) Matt Stafford. Doesn’t matter that the Lions are at home Rodgers will have his way with this defense as bad, if not worse than Dak did last week. The question will be can the Green Bay defense keep the Lions out of the endzone. I have faith that they will be able to find a way to squeak out a 7 point win in a wild shootout.

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