We are back this week with some more college and NFL picks! This week we are looking at some tricky lines but we think we found a few really solid plays for you all!
Our first selection is in college football and is on FRIDAY night between two undefeated teams. We are heading to Boise Idaho between the Boise State Broncos and BYU Cougars. This game should be fast and furious with points. Both teams have terrific offenses and are both averaging over 40 points per contest. On the road BYU is actually averaging 48 points per game which is about 5 points more than they average for the season. The two differences in this game are BYU's defense and Zach Wilson. I do not think that Boise's defense can hold up for 60 minutes. I think BYU covers the spread but to be safe, we are taking the moneyline.
Official Pick: BYU ML (-175)
Our second selection we are heading to the NFL to a match up between the Indianapolis Colts and Baltimore Ravens. This game could have a lot of playoff implications later on in the season as to who moves on and who stays home. This match up includes two of the best defenses in the NFL on paper. However when you look at the last three games the Colts have played they are giving up and average of 26 points per game. The difference in this game to me comes down to Lamar Jackson and Philip Rivers. While Lamar Jackson struggled last week, he still had a chance to be a hero. I think he bounces back in a big way this week and the Ravens pull out a big win on the road.
Official Pick: Baltimore Ravens ML (-125)
Our final official pick this week will be the Pittsburgh Steelers. One of the best defenses in the NFL will be facing an offense in Dallas that has struggled since the loss of Dak Prescott. I think when you pair that with a Steelers offense that has been pretty good this year against a Dallas defense that is one of the worst in the NFL, you have a pretty convincing Steelers win. I am not overthinking this one.
Official Pick: Pittsburgh Steelers -13.5 (-125)
Free Play Parlay:
Tampa Bay ML
New England ML