Looking for a comprehensive list of all of our NFL picks for Week 1? You've come to the right place. We've got a full breakdown of the top plays from all of our handicappers.
Two of our three cappers like Atlanta to cover the NFL odds, albeit at different spread valuations, while there's also an agreement on the 'Under' as the total play of choice.
Split opinion here, as Matthew believes St. Louis is the right side, while Nikki and I like the value on Minnesota. Will Adrian Peterson dominate during opening weekend?
We've got a consensus here. Everyone thinks Pittsburgh will take care of business at home against Brian Hoyer and the Browns.
Jason is taking a chance on Jacksonville on the road, while Nikki and I believe the Eagles are going to easily cruise to a win in Week 1. Nikki also likes the 'Over'.
The Jets and the 'Under' are the two preferred plays from Sportsbook Review's handicappers. It's hard to see these two offenses having much success.
We've got another consensus pick here and it comes on the Ravens at home. Matthew also thinks there's good value in taking the 'Under'.
Though I think Buffalo could actually make a game of this, both Matthew and Nikki aren't so sure. Matthew is also on the lookout for a lot of points to be scored, so he's on the 'Over'.
Kevin and I are rolling with Washington to cover as road Underdogs, with Matthew taking the Texans and the 'Over'. Which team, 'Under' a new regime, will get the Week 1 victory?
Both ATS picks come on Tennessee, who will hope to make life tough on Jamaal Charles and the Chiefs this weekend. Matthew thinks defense could win out and is therefore on the 'Under'.
Matthew has opted for Miami at home, but Nikki and I both think New England is in a different class and will prove it in Week 1.
All three of our cappers like Tampa Bay, 'Under' new coach Lovie Smith, to get the job done on their home turf, while Matthew and Niki are also adding the 'Under' to their NFL picks.
The Cowboys have frustrated many a handicappers in recent seasons, so is it really all that surprising to see that all of our cappers are selecting San Francisco?
A dead split here, as Matthew and Jason are taking Denver as favorites, with Kevin and I taking advantage of a bigger spread and backing Andrew Luck and the Colts.
All four of us cappers aren't convinced about Detroit whatsoever, so we're all siding with the Giants, who may be better than a lot of people think this season, to cover on the road.