Pro Football Picks: October 5th

October 5, 2008 at 4:39 pm Leave a comment

Yesterday was a little off as I went 1-2 in college ball. Maryland was completely blanked, which I mentioned was a realistic possibility, and Rice was a play around game. Navy pulled out the win and I am fortunate enough to have a few home teams that allow me to be the homer I love to be. This week in the NFL I like a few plays in the early games.

Washington (+250)  –Parlay–M.L. and OVER

Washington (+250)

Seattle (+260)

Buffalo (+115)

All of these plays are upsets, which I love. I don’t think Buffalo should be an underdog against an Arizona team that lost Boldin and is still depleted from the routing they took last Sunday. I like Seattle because Hasselback gets two of his receivers back and, well, I just don’t like the GIants. Washington is a six point underdog and they continue to be overlooked. I like their running game against the Eagles. I like the Redskins linebackers against an injured Brian Westbrook. And I like Washington’s offensive line play against the blitz. What I do not like is the lack of pressure that McNabb will feel from the Jason Taylor-less defensive line. And the lockdown corner that placed a blanket on T.O. last week, Shawn Springs, may not play. Good luck.


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