Top 3 NFL Peaks: Bengals And Texans Own The First Wins, Bills Blowing Out The Dolphins


We are still living in the dark 2 weeks further into the season of NFL. We retract it since we are aware that our present performance against the spreads is unacceptable. It seems like a really fascinating chance for certain road teams with small numbers, whether as a favorite or simply as a little dog, but we’re going to begin working on that during Week 3.

A number of teams are presently winless, and the pressure will start building rapidly for anyone that enters Week Four with no wins to their record.

The Cincinnati, the Texans, and one or several others have a good chance of recording their first victories in NFL. Let’s move on to Week 3.

Week 3 Picks Of NFL: 

We have no idea how this match surpasses the 38.5-point mark. Despite the absence of important pass rushers, no offense is particularly dynamic for either club, and neither defense is very strong. More significantly, it appears like the weather will be howling for the majority of the night, with gusts as high as 22 mph. That ought to translate into lots of running, few throws, and so few points. In this matchup of offensively struggling AFC North rivals, not certain how often lower the total can go, but I’d pick Pittsburgh to score points and under.

Bills At Dolphins: 

Following two weeks of NFL, TuAnon is thriving, and there is potential for Dolphins supporters to turn up in droves if their team wins at home against the Buffalo Bills. With a victory here, Dolphins might signal that they are no longer interested in attempting to capture the AFC East, and Mike McDaniel’s COY chances would drop to about -150. Although I’m tempted to support Buffalo, I believe some over will become a more common bet. After watching the Bills offensive and Miami’s turnaround last week, the DFS owners in this contest will be beyond this world. This choice is merely a wager on the Bills becoming the league’s top team and folks not getting onto it. It is not a fade of Tua or Dolphins.