New England at CHICAGO (49')
By Chris Jordan, Featured Handicapper
I've won 29 of the last 51 days, but I've lost seven of the last eight nights.
The Los Angeles Dodgers failed me last night, and I failed you.
There will be no more failures. The losing ends today.
Time to raise the stakes and make some money with the easiest play on the card, a game that will feature a 4-touchdown blowout. There will be nothing easier than this game tonight.
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My free play in the NFL for Week 7 is going to be the Over in the Interconference game between the New England Patriots and Chicago Bears.
This won't take long, as I'm on a conspiracy kick for this one. The New England Patriots are heading into dangerous territory to face the defensive minded Chicago Bears, with Khalil Mack leading the charge, and the number is 49 points.
Because the oddsmakers know this number is going to soar.
The Patriots, who have gone high in half their games this season, have shown they can keep out of the end zone just one time, in a 38-7 win against Miami. Toss that game out and they've allowed 20, 31, 26, 24 and 40 points. They come to Chicago after a short week - they played at home on Sunday night versus Kansas City - and face a hungry Bears team that is fully capable offensively.
That will leave Tom Brady to answer the call when his team needs him most.
The Bears, meanwhile, have gone over in their last two games, scoring 48 points against Tampa Bay, then allowing 31 in a three-point loss in Miami... the same Dolphins team the Pats held to 7 points.
Weird game, but the oddsmakers nailed it. This one goes high.
1* OVER Patriots-Bears
Cleveland (+3) at TAMPA BAY
By Eric Schroeder, Featured Handicapper
Love one college football game, as I'm playing a late game in Pac 12 play.
The Oregon Ducks are in Pullman to face the Washington State Cougars, and I absolutely love this game.
Easy winner tonight.
Pac 12 Game of the Month
If you were to ask me which team has had it worse this season, or, looked worse, I'd most certainly tell you the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are worse than the Cleveland Browns.
The Bucs have looked inconsistent and been listless at times on offense. They don't show the fire they should all 60 minutes of a game, and that's something I've been impressed by when speaking of the Browns.
Baker Mayfield has been impressive, even in defeat. And he's vowed to respond after a brutal loss last Sunday to the San Diego Chargers.
The Browns are 2-3-1 but are in the thick of an early AFC North chase that may end up in Ohio. Cincinnati and Baltimore sit atop the division with 4-2 marks, while Pittsburgh (3-2-1) is in front of Cleveland. But something tells me we will see every team in first place by the season's end.
And the team with the most toughness will remain in the end. I think that team could very well be the Browns, who have two wins in a season for the first time since 2015.
I love Cleveland in this spot on the road, against the struggling Buccaneers.
Tampa Bay is 2-3 and sitting in third place in the NFC South. The Bucs handed first-place New Orleans its only loss, but have been brutal ever since. They've been outscored by 32 points, and have the second-worst defense in the league.
Tampa Bay has shown toughness in stopping the run, but ranks dead last in stopping the pass.
Enter Mayfield, who has shown poise and maturity, and can take full advantage of this secondary. I expect him to put up big numbers in a favorable climate and lead the Browns to a win.
I'll play the road team in this one.
And like with all football plays in this point-spread range, I want you active in buying the half point. Anytime there is an underdog catching between +2.5 and +4, you are to buy the half point up.