domingo, 6 de octubre de 2013

NFL: Week 5 (06/10/2013)

Denver Broncos@Dallas Cowboys.
After watching the first month of the year, is there any reason to doubt Peyton Manning and the Broncos? The quarterback not only leads the NFL in passing yards, but his 16 touchdowns to zero interceptions is almost comical. It seems as though he is playing a video game on the easiest mode when he is on the field. After scoring at least 37 points in every game, Denver is set to face a defense that allowed Philip Rivers to throw for over 400 yards last week.

Dallas is likely to abandon the run early to keep up on the scoreboard, and it will lead to a mistake-prone game for Tony Romo. Even if the Cowboys have a good offensive showing, there is little chance they stick with the Broncos all game. Expect another high-scoring shootout for the Broncos on the road.

New England Patriots @Cincinnati Bengals
The Pats are looking like a great bet against the spread for the third straight week, this time as a pick ‘em over the Bengals.
New England is coming off another road victory against a quality Atlanta Falcons opponent and looks poised to move to 5-0 after its Week 5 matchup in Cincinnati.
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Quarterback Tom Brady has jelled with his young receiving corps and continues to get a ton of support from his defense. Although star nose tackle Vince Wilfork is done for the season with a torn Achilles, there is no reason to doubt head coach Bill Belichick’s ability to replace the veteran’s production on the fly.
Credit the Browns for giving the hooded genius some more ammunition to incorporate into his game plan, as there’s no doubt Belichick watched them pick apart the Bengals secondary and create two crucial turnovers on the other side of the ball.
As long as the Patriots can continue driving up and down the field with a strong passing game and playing bend-but-don’t-break defense, there is no doubt they will walk out of Paul Brown Stadium as winners.
Jacksonville Jaguars@St.Louis Rams
 Jaguars, man...the Jaguars. They're the worst football team we've seen since the end of the Matt Millen era in Detroit, and that might be understating it. Sam Bradford is going to look like an All-Pro at the end of this one. Not even the sorry Rams could lose to Jacksonville. This is just what the Rams need—a terrible Jaguars team coming to town. Rams win, but not as big as you might think.
I haven't picked the Jaguars once, and I'm not about to start now. The Rams haven't look good in the last couple of weeks, but the Jaguars have been straight-up out-classed in their first four games.

Kansas City Chiefs@Tennessee Titans

 No Jake Locker? No problem for the Chiefs defense. This game is only close because the Chiefs get cautious with the lead. Two really good defenses in this matchup. But without Locker, the Chiefs squeeze by to move to 5-0.

  1. [Back St.Louis + Denver + Patriots+6 @2.00][Stake = 5uds]>>-5uds
  2. [Back KC Chiefs @1.63][Stake = 5uds]>>+3.15uds

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