NFL Picks: Week 3 Game-by-Game Rundown & Early Predictions

Kevin Stott

Tuesday, September 22, 2015 1:12 PM UTC

Tuesday, Sep. 22, 2015 1:12 PM UTC

The odds are out for Week 3 of the NFL Regular Season so let’s take a look at the Point Spreads for all 16 games, differences between Monday’s openers and the Advanced Line, major Injuries, recent relevant series trends and anything else worth chirping about as well as more than several picks for your consumption.

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One thing noticed here is that Week 3 provides a number of so-called “Must-Win” situations for many teams including the New York Giants on Thursday, the Houston Texans, the Philadelphia Eagles, the New Orleans Saints, the Baltimore Ravens, the Seattle Seahawks and Chicago Bears—who play each other in Seattle on Sunday—and the Detroit Lions. So, many teams, including some highly thought-of ones, could be very disappointed come next Monday and pretty much out of the NFL Playoff picture before October begins. Who would have thunk it?

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Thursday, September 24, 2015

Washington Redskins at New York Giants -4 (CBS/NFL Network, Directv 212, 8:25 p.m. ET/5:25 p.m. PT): The Advanced Line from the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook had the New York Giants (0-2 SU, 0-2 ATS) as 5½-point Favorites over the Washington Redskins (1-1 SU, 1-1 ATS), but now, Monday morning, the line is opening up at -4—a combined reaction to the Redskins win over the Rams on Sunday and the Giants loss to the Falcons—with a Total of 44 at Pinnacle Sportsbook. New York won and covered both meetings with Washington last season (45-14, 24-13) and this first NFC East contest for both teams and really seems like a must-win situation for the G-Men who are 4-0 ATS the L4 meetings with Washington. The Giants are also 6-0 ATS on Thursday Night Football, 3-0 ATS vs. the NFC East and 2-0 ATS at Home under the Thursday night lights while the Redskins are 1-3 ATS and 0-2 ATS on the Road on TNF.

Injury-wise, Washington WR DeSean Jackson (Hamstring) is out until mid-October while Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul (Finger amputated) still remains in limbo thanks to Fireworks. The Redskins have the best statistical Defense in the NFL so far—a byproduct of facing the Miami Dolphins and St. Louis Rams at Home in Weeks 1 and 2—but this team is playing better with Kirk Cousins at QB and the Washington Rushing attack (171.53 ypg, #1 in NFL), led by RB Alfred Morris (43 rushes, 180 yards) and Florida Rookie Matt Jones (25 rushes, 151 yards, 2 TDs) has been equally impressive. With the Redskins allowing 13.5 ppg (#3 in NFL) and New York and QB Eli Manning (34-30-2 ATS vs. NFC East) and WR Odell Beckham, Jr. needing the win so bad to avoid an 0-3 start, backing the hosts and laying the small lumber seems like the best approach. NFL Pick: Giants -4 (Pinnacle)

Sunday, September 27, 2015

Pittsburgh Steelers at St. Louis Rams PK (CBS, NFL RedZone, Directv 709, 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT): The Pittsburgh Steelers (1-1 SU, 1-1 ATS) looked really good at Home in their win against the 49ers on Sunday while the Rams looked pretty bad in the loss on the Road at Washington, thus the now Pick ‘em Point Spread (Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook), although almost all other online sportsbooks have opened the St. Louis Rams (1-1 SU, 1-1 ATS) up as 1-point underdogs in this inter-conference Week 3 game from the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis. The Steelers will get Le’Veon Bell back for this one after the RB served his 2-game Suspension for violating the league’s substance abuse policy (WR Martavis Bryant is still suspended for the same thing), so along with star WR Antonio Brown (18 receptions, 328 yards, 2 TDs) and upstart RB DeAngelo Williams, QB Ben Roethlisberger (23-28 ATS as Road Favorite) and Pittsburgh will have the big edge at the skill spots. Pittsburgh is 6-2 ATS the L8 against St. Louis and this will be the first meeting here since 2007 when the Steelers won, 41-24 as 8-point underdogs. This one could be a high-scoring affair too, played in the indoor comfort of a carpeted, 72°, climate-controlled dome. NFL Pick: Steelers PK (Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook)

San Diego Chargers at Minnesota Vikings -2½ (CBS, NFL RedZone, Directv 707, 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT): The Advanced Line here was Vikings -3 (Even), and the opening odds are either Minnesota -2 (Pinnacle) or -2½ (SuperBook), so, little change except the oddsmakers have moved the number here off the Key Number of (minus) 3, so small respect for the San Diego Chargers (1-1 SU, 1-1 ATS). It seems the site (TCF Bank Stadium) will be the biggest advantage for the Minnesota Vikings (1-1 SU, 1-1 ATS) here, while for San Diego, the biggest edge may be in experience in the starting QB spot (Philip Rivers). The last time these two played here was in 2007 when the Vikings rolled, 35-17 as 7-point underdogs, and with both teams sitting at 1-1 and neither wanting to start the new season 1-2, maybe the Under (Total: 45, Pinnacle) is the best avenue to take here Sunday in Minnesota in a game neither team will want to lose and both will likely approach very safely. NFL Pick: Under 45

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Houston Texans -6½ (FOX, NFL RedZone, Directv 713, 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT): The Advanced Line was -8½, so this -6½ is obviously a combined reaction by oddsmakers to the Texans loss in Carolina and the Buccaneers big upset in New Orleans. So you have to ask yourself: Is Tampa Bay really that good or have the Saints maybe fallen off the edge of the Earth? For the Buccaneers (1-1 SU, 1-1 ATS) and Rookie QB Jameis Winston, this will be their second straight Road game and it seems like a very bad spot for the visitors at NRG Stadium in Houston with the Texans (0-2 SU, 0-2 ATS) in a must-win situation here, although this is a team wobbly at QB (Ryan Mallett, Brian Hoyer) and injured at RB (Arian Foster—Groin, out indefinitely). These two teams don’t play often, but the Texans are 2-0 ATS over the L2 meetings in t7he series (37-9, 28-14) and should ride JJ Watt, Vince Wilfork, Brian Cushing and Jadeveon Clowney and the dependable Defense to the comfortable double-digit win here. NFL Pick: Texans -6½ (Pinnacle)

Philadelphia Eagles -2½ at New York Jets (FOX, NFL RedZone, Directv 714, 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT): The Philadelphia Eagles (0-2 SU, 0-2 ATS) were 3½-point favorites on the Advanced Line, so this 2½ makes sense (Monday), but perceptions may change after tonight’s Monday Night Football game between the New York Jets (1-0 SU, 1-0 ATS) and the Colts in Indianapolis. The last time these two teams played, the Eagles rolled to a 45-19 win as 3-point favorites in Philadelphia in 2011, while the last time these two played here at MetLife Stadium here in East Rutherford, the Eagles also won and covered the Point Spread, 16-9 as 4-point favorites. The Eagles are 5-1 ATS L6 against the Jets and 3-1 ATS on the L4 here at MetLife Stadium, but those were significantly weaker Jets’ Rosters and Philadelphia has looked weak so far this Regular Season. The Eagles have scored just 3 points in the First Half so far, QB Sam Bradford looks timid, new RB DeMarco Murray looks frustrated and WR Jordan Matthews has dropped too many easy pass attempts. Toss in the fact Philadelphia is now hurting at the LB position—Kiko Alonso (Left Knee, Doubtful), Mychal Kendricks (Left Hamstring, Questionable), Marcus Smith (Hamstring, Questionable), Travis Long (Knee (I-R)—and this looks like a great upset spot for the Jets, although they will be coming in off only 6 days of Rest and have their own Injury concerns with QB Geno Smith (Broken Jaw, out until October) and RB Chris Ivory (Groin, Questionable). With teams that start 0-2 having just an 11.7% success rate, Philadelphia is already having issues and needs a win here like a man in the hospital needs blood. But this is where Perception meets Reality and we will all see just how good these two teams are when they play here in the City of Brotherly Love on Sunday evening and if Ryan Fitzpatrick is a better guy to try to lead your team to the Postseason than is Sam Bradford (4-8 ATS as Home favorite). NFL Pick: Jets +2½ (Pinnacle)

New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers -3 -120 (FOX, NFL RedZone, Directv 711, 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT): This was -2½ on last week’s Advanced Line, so the -3’s with heavy juice on the favorite and host Carolina Panthers (2-0 SU, 2-0 ATS) are no surprise today after the New Orleans Saints (0-2 SU, 0-2 ATS) were upset by the Buccaneers at Home in the Big Easy on Sunday while the Panthers were holding off the Texans here in Charlotte. QB Drew Brees (Shoulder, will probably miss several weeks) and the Saints have looked horrible these first two weeks, and I have them now ranked as the 32nd team in the 32-team league. Last season, New Orleans covered both NFC South meetings but the Panthers are 3-1 ATS the L4 meetings here at Home against the Saints. Carolina is without WR Kelvin Benjamin who for the year, but playing a Defense this paltry (allowed 26 ppg 2014) and now without starting QB Brees, expect QB Cam Newton (14-8 ATS vs. NFC South) and the Panthers to jump out to a quiet 3-0 start over Saints second-string QB Luke McCown (68.3 career QBR). Hush, hush. NFL Pick: Panthers -3 -125 (5Dimes)

Jacksonville Jaguars at New England Patriots -13½ (CBS, NFL RedZone, Directv 708, 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT): This inter-divisional AFC mismatch was (Patriots) -12½ on the Advanced Line, and is now opening -13½ pretty much everywhere, although the MGM Mirage here in sunny Las Vegas is posting a -14. For the New England Patriots (2-0 SU, 2-0 ATS) and QB Tom Brady (70-48-4 ATS Home), this looks like a cakewalk, and it should be as this will be the Jacksonville Jaguars (1-1 SU, 1-1 ATS) first Road game of the season and the Super Bowl champs love playing at Home at Foxborough at Gillette Stadium and smashed the Jaguars the last time these two met here back in 2009, 35-7 as 9½-point favorites. And that scoreline may be similar here in 2015. TE Julius Thomas (Hand, back in late October) will be out for Jacksonville (0-8 on Road in 2014) while Patriots RB LeGarrette Blount is back after serving a 1-game Suspension in Week 1. The Patriots are 4-1 ATS the L5 against the Jaguars here at Home and should roll here through receivers Rob Gronkowski, Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola. This will likely end up being the highest Point Spread of the season to date, but with the Patriots tendency to play high-scoring games and Jacksonville’s tendency to lose away from home, New England should be able to name its score here. NFL Pick: Patriots -13½ (William Hill)

Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens -2½ (CBS, NFL RedZone, Directv 705, 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT): The Baltimore Ravens (0-2 SU, 0-2 ATS) finally get to play their first Home game after playing out West in Denver (Week 1) and in Oakland (Week 2), and losing both games. So a win here over the Cincinnati Bengals (2-0 SU, 2-0 ATS) is imperative, but the pressure is also really on for QB Joe Flacco (31-26-1 ATS at Home) and Baltimore in this early but crucial AFC North tilt. Last season, the Bengals and QB Andy Dalton upset and covered against host Baltimore in Week 1 as 1-point underdogs (23-16), while the Bengals also won and covered as 3-point underdogs at Home in the return leg in Cincinnati, 27-24. The Bengals are 4-1 ATS over the L5 against the Ravens and although a tough spot, it seems Cincinnati is drifting up toward the elite teams in the NFL while Baltimore—which lost NT Haloti Ngata, WR Torrey Smith and TE Owen Daniel over the Offseason—may be headed the other way. A must-win for the Blackbirds. Opened Ravens -3 (-120) on the SuperBook Advanced Line and is 2½ there now with many -3’s in other sportsbooks with various juice ranges. NFL Pick: Bengals +3 (The Greek)

Oakland Raiders at Cleveland Browns -3½ (CBS, NFL RedZone, Directv 706, 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT): Cleveland Browns (1-1 SU, 1-1 ATS) starting QB Josh McCown (Concussion, Questionable) is still trying to recover and be cleared to play, so it may be Johnny Manziel (8-15, 172 yards, 2 TDs vs. Titans) who gets the call here again on Sunday afternoon against the Oakland Raiders (1-1 SU, 1-1 ATS) at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland. The last time these two AFC sides met here in Cleveland, the Browns rolled 23-9 as 3-point favorites in 2009 and Cleveland is 6-2-1 ATS over the L9 vs. Oakland and 3-0 ATS the L3 here in Cleveland. This is a tough call, but if anything, the lean is with the visiting Silver and Black who with QB David Carr (5-2 ATS vs. Opponent off Win), WR tandem Michael Crabtree and Rookie (Alabama) Amari Cooper and K Sebastian Janikowski, have a much better Offense than they did 365 days ago. And they’re playing the Browns. Let’s not act like a win over the Titans really matters now. Someone had to win.

Indianapolis Colts -4½ at Tennessee Titans (CBS, NFL RedZone, Directv 710, 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT): The Advanced Line here seems like the most pinpointed one, with the number staying right on 4½ and being 4½ in the sportsbooks posting odds for this game right now (the Total ranges from 47½ to 48½). Andrew Luck (14-13 ATS Away) and the Indianapolis Colts (0-1 SU, 0-1 ATS; vs. Jets Monday Night, ESPN, 8:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. PT) are much better at Home than they are on the Road but after playing at Buffalo in Week 1, this Week 3 trip south to Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee to face the Tennessee Titans (1-1 SU, 1-1 ATS) and Rookie QB Marcus Mariota (Probable) probably won’t seem so bad, maybe like a vacation of sorts. especially considering the kind of success the Colts have had both SU and ATS within their AFC South of late (12-0 SU L2 years). With WRs Andre Johnson, Donte Moncrief and TY Hilton (Probable) and a pair of dynamic TE’s in Dwayne Allen and Coby Fleener, Luck and Indianapolis should find a way to roll the easy win here. Last year, the Colts defeated the the Titans here in Nashville as modest 7-point favorites, 27-10, while Indianapolis also won at Home in Week 4, 41-17 also as 7-point chalks. The Colts are an unblemished 6-0-1 ATS the L7 against Tennessee. NFL Pick: Colts -4½ (Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook)

Atlanta Falcons -1½ at Dallas Cowboys (FOX, NFL RedZone, Directv 712, 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT): This NFC inter-divisional game from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas sees QB Matt Ryan, Julio Jones and the Atlanta Falcons (1-1 SU, 1-1 ATS) facing a very beat-up Dallas Cowboys (2-0 SU, 2-0 ATS) side with starting QB Tony Romo (Broken Clavicle, Out 8-10 weeks), TE Jason Witten (Ankle, Questionable), WR Dez Bryant (Broken bone in Foot), DE Greg Hardy (Suspension, returns Week 5), LB Rolando McClain (Suspension, returns Week 5) and top Draft choice (Nebraska) DE Randy Gregory (Ankle, returns late October) all whom are unavailable—except for maybe Witten who would play with one leg if he had to. So, despite a 2-0 start and a Roster which looked capable of making a run at an NFC title, America’s Team will have to put all of its eggs in the Brandon Weeden (Probable) basket which no doubt means some broken eggs in the Future. The last time these two played, the Dirty Birds won 19-13 at Home as 3-point favorites in 2012 while the last time these two met here in Big D in Jerry World, the Cowboys rolled to a 37-21 victory as 4½-point favorites in 2009. The Advanced Line here was Cowboys -4½, so the Falcons -1½ now hanging here at the SuperBook and offshore at Pinnacle is a true reflection of how much Injuries and just one game can affect oddsmakers perceptions in the NFL. The Falcons and QB Matt Ryan (31-28 ATS on Road) have been pretty lucky so far this season, and facing Weeden instead of Romo continues their fortuitous early season roll. This game is a very tough call even with the injuries and thoughts of maybe backing the Over evaporated with the crunching of Romo’s collarbone against the Eagles on SNF.

San Francisco 49ers at Arizona Cardinals -6½ (FOX, NFL RedZone, Directv 715, 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT): QB Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers (1-1 SU, 1-1 ATS) head to the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona to face the Arizona Cardinals (2-0 SU, 2-0 ATS) in a big NFC West game from the Valley of the Sun, maybe more so for the visitors. Cardinals HC Bruce Arians (23-11-1 ATS) has one of the best ATS Records of all current NFL Head Coaches and last season, Arizona won this game at Home and covered as 3-point underdogs, 23-14, while in the return leg in The City By The Bay, the 49ers won 20-17, and the Cardinals again covered as 5½-point underdogs. The Advanced Line here was (Cardinals) -4½, so the 6½’s (SuperBook) and 6’s (Pinnacle) now in the marketplace reflect a little love for Arizona’s win over the Bears oi Chicago as well as some un-love for the Niners humbling loss at Pittsburgh. With the 49ers 9-4 ATS over the L13 in this series and San Francisco an impressive 8-2 ATS the L10 here in the desert, the Trends, the Points and the us-against-the-world mentality of NaVorro Bowman, Carlos Hyde all points toward taking the dog and the 6½ or maybe seeing if it rises to -7. But the best bet here may be just watching this game in which the defending NFC champion Seahawks (0-2) and the Rams (1-1) will both be pulling hard for San Francisco to win this game to tighten up the NFC West as early as possible and give all four of the division’s occupants a fair chance to win it this Regular Season.

Chicago Bears at Seattle Seahawks -14 (CBS, NFL RedZone, Directv 717, 4:25 p.m. ET/1:25 p.m. PT): It’s only a matter of Time each Fall until we hear the name “Jimmy Clausen.” And this year, God has blessed us with Mr. Clausen’s name in the Summer season, albeit the last week, as Chicago Bears (0-2 SU, 0-2) starting QB Jay Cutler (Hamstring, out 2 weeks) hurt himself in Chicago’s embarrassing 45-24 loss to Arizona at Soldier Field on Sunday. This Sunday, the Bears will be at CenturyLink Field in Seattle facing another winless team, the defending NFC champion Seahawks (0-2 SU, 0-2 ATS) and QB Russell Wilson (23-9-2 ATS at Home) and new TE Jimmy Graham who will be looking to annihilate the Bears in the Emerald City after coming off a rough 27-17 loss to the Packers in Green Bay. The Advanced Line here was -9½, so you can see a massive reaction by bookmakers to Chicago’s lousy performance and the injury to Cutler. Chicago WRs Alshon Jeffery (Hamstring, Questionable) and Rookie (West Virginia) and Kevin White (Shin, Out indefinitely) also add to Chicago’s problems while Seattle SS Kam Chancellor is still holding out and will likely never return to Seattle. The last time these two played, the Seahawks won 23-17 in Chicago as 3-point underdogs in 2012, while the last time these two met here in the Emerald City, the Seahawks defeated the Bears, 30-23 as 5½-point chalks. Seattle is 5-2 ATS in the L7 meetings against Chicago and in the biggest must-win spot of the week, expect Seahawks signal-caller Wilson and RB Marshawn Lynch to lead Seattle to an easy win here in this one on Sunday afternoon.

Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins -3 (CBS, NFL RedZone, Directv 716, 4:25 p.m. ET/1:25 p.m. PT): Two AFC East teams whom much has been expected this Regular Season meet at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida this Sunday when QB Ryan Tannehill (13-10 ATS at Home) and the Miami Dolphins (1-1 SU, 1-1 ATS) face QB Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Buffalo Bills (1-1 SU, 1-1 ATS) in a massive meeting, probably more so for the host Fish. The Bills are be coming off a ferocious Colts-Patriots start in Weeks 1-2, so this will be their first Road game as well as their first game against a team not in the NFL’s upper echelon. Last season, the Dolphins defeated the Bills, 22-9 as 3½-point favorites in this game in the Sunshine State and the Dolphins are 1-3 ATS in the L4 with Buffalo, but are 3-1 ATS the L4 here at Home. Expect this number to trickle down from its’ current -3 with money on the Bills to likely come in Monday through Saturday. NFL Pick: Bills +3 (Bet365)

Denver Broncos -3 at Detroit Lions (NBC, 8:25 p.m. ET/5:25 p.m. PT): The Advanced Line in this one was Pick ‘em, so you can see what the combination of the Broncos somewhat lucky win over the Chiefs last Thursday night and the Lions poor performance against the Vikings in Minneapolis on Sunday did to perceptions as well as the number. At Ford Field, the Detroit Lions (0-2 SU, 0-2 ATS) and QB Matthew Stafford (Ribs, Questionable) are historically pretty good (7-1 SU in 2014), but the word is that Stafford—who, when asked about his availability this Sunday, told WJR radio in Detroit on Monday that it was his intention to get ready for practice—is really beat up and with Peyton Manning (73-58-5 ATS on Road), LB Von Miller and the Denver Broncos (2-0 SU, 2-0 ATS) coming to Motown, even in a must-win situation for the hosts, the clouds could be darkening in Detroit with the Point Spread here speaking volumes and backup Dan Orlovsky possibly being thrown into service for the Lions (that should drive the line up a little more). Denver will come into this game with 9 days of rest and the last time these two teams met in Detroit was 2007 when the Lions saddled the Broncos, 44-7, easily covering as 3-point favorites.

The Lions are 4-1 ATS the L5 against Denver but this is a really tough spot for Detroit although this will be the second of back-to-back Road games for Denver, 7the Broncos will be playing in a Time Zone (EDT) two hours ahead of their collective Body Clocks (MDT) and the game is at the mall-like Ford Field (Indoors, 72°) and not at Altitude with no mountains to be seen anywhere. Still, this seems like a Top 5 team with one of the best Defenses in the NFL getting a chance to bang on a declining team who saw two of its defensive anchors flee Detroit for the big paydays via Free Agency (Ndamukong Suh, Nick Fairley). Even though the Lions need this game, Denver is sick of hearing about Manning trying to run the (new Head Coach) Gary Kubiak-style Offense and this being in Primetime is also a bad thing for the host Lions. The Under may be worth consideration when the Total is released for this game (Oddsmakers probably waiting on Stafford playing announcement; team should address the issue on Wednesday; best guess is he doesn’t play and Detroit may already know this.) The safe thinking here is to probably expect Orlovsky to start at QB for the Lions and the odds to head toward (Broncos) -4 on the eventual news of Stafford not playing.

Monday, September 28, 2015

Kansas City Chiefs at Green Bay Packers -6½ (ESPN/WatchESPN, Directv 206, 8:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. PT): Lambeau Field in Green Bay is the site of this Monday Night Football meeting between the visiting and upstart Kansas City Chiefs (1-1 SU, 1-1) and QB Alex Smith (28-25-2 ATS) and the host Green Bay Packers (2-0 SU, 2-0 ATS) and QB Aaron Rodgers (34-18-3 ATS Home) in what could be a tough game for the Cheeseheads. On Wednesday, I had no interest in this game or taking the Packers—who will be without star WR Jordy Nelson for the season—who are just 7-9 ATS as a MNF Home Favorite while HC Andy Reid (20-15 ATS) and the Chiefs are 6-6 ATS as a Road Underdog under the Monday night lights.

The last time these two met was in 2011 in Kansas City where the Chiefs and S Eric Berry won outright as large 11½-point underdogs. Although the Trends here support taking Kansas City (6-1 ATS the L7 vs. the Packers, 3-0 ATS L3 in Green Bay), Rodgers hasn’t thrown an Interception at Home in eons and Head Coach Mike McCarthy (92-63-4 ATS) and this team will be eyeballing Homefield advantage in the NFC now with the defending conference champ Seahawks off to an 0-2 start after the Cheeseheads grated them Sunday here at Lambeau Field, 27-17, the Eagles at 0-2 and the Cowboys suffering those aforementioned Injuries to Romo, Bryant and Witten and having RB DeMarco Murray now (trying to) ply his wares up in Philadelphia leaving the Cardinals (2-0), Panthers (2-0) and Falcons (2-0) as maybe the biggest obstacles between Green Bay and another appearance in an NFC Championship Game although looking that far ahead into the Winter may be dangerous as it’s actually still Summer today. Word. NFL Pick: Packers -6½ (Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook)


NFL WEEK 3 PICKS: Giants -4 over Redskins; Steelers PK over Rams; Chargers-Vikings Under 45; Texans -6½ over Buccaneers; Jets +2½ over Eagles; Panthers -3 -125 over Saints; Patriots -13½ over Jaguars; Bengals +3 over Ravens; Colts -4½ over Titans; Bills +3 over Dolphins; Packers -6½ over Chiefs


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