YTD 8-5 +2.5 Units
That's the road record of the New York Jets the last few years.So,i can't get excited and hope for an win overseas.The only thing the Jets have going this year is a sound defense.This is a league where scoring points rule.The Dolphins have enough talent on both sides of the ball to win this game.As pathetic as the Dolphins have looked, they have a far edge in overall talent in this matchup.
Miami Dolphins +1.5
YTD 8-3 +4.7 Units
Phillip Rivers vs. Teddy Bridewater
There's the answer to any bettors questioning on betting this game.
Anybody that watched the Charger and Bengal game last week,know that turnovers is what cost the Chargers a win.Both of these teams have wins over the hapless Lions.Otherwise,the Vikings were humiliated by the 49ers and of course the Chargers lost to the Bengals.On Sunday the Chargers will have a veteran quarterback leading a team with a killer passing attack and a very underrated running game.The Vikings are going to pin their hopes on AP running wild and limiting the throws of Bridgewater.Bottom line is the Vikings can run the ball,but haven't proved they can throw for a victory.The Chargers can do both.
San Diego Chargers +2.5
West Virginia -16
The Mountaineers take on a sissy ACC team thats playing their first road game of the year.Taking advantage of an overrated conference is how you can make money in college football.
YTD 7-3 +3.7 Units
Why run ???? when you can pass
This is a passing league.If the Redskins run defense is so great,then the Giants will have to air it out tonight.Passes to Vereen and Donnell keep the chains moving.If Redskins try to run the ball,then the Giants will just stack the box.Leading to high percentage passes to Jordan Reed and the running backs.Under bettors only hopes are that one team takes a DD lead and tries to milk the clock in an effort to escape with a victory.Bottom line is both these teams are equally worthless,and should be moving the ball up and down the field either running or passing tonight.
WSH/NYG ov 44
It won't get better for the Colts