Spread & Totals Selections – Week 14

Yet again another 3-2 week. The Broncos and Jets both disappointed, but no complaints from me as the Steelers last minute touchdown gave us a backdoor winner. The selections I mentioned but didn’t end up backing finished 2-1, so good to know that the formulas are still working well. 34-19-1 on the season.

Spreads

Atlanta Falcons at Carolina Panthers – Falcons +2.5 @ 2.00 with Several (back down to +2)

Despite a depleted offence the Falcons were still able to hang with the Bucs and have been running the ball well with a combination of Corarrelle Patterson and Mike Davis. The face a Panthers side who’s season has begun to spiral out of control with rumours swirling that Matt Rhule may be on his way out. Whilst Cam has provided some energy he certainly hasn’t provided an arm, and he pretty much looks done. Atlanta has a solid record against Carolina, and with the Falcons winning 4 of their last 5 road games you have to take them +2/3.

Detroit Lions at Denver Broncos – Lions +9.5 @ 1.91 with Several (back down to +8.5)

That’s right, the Detroit Lions! I’m still not sure what to make of the Broncos, but the Lions defence really showed up last week, and they may be welcoming back De’Andre Swift on offence. I don’t see Detroit claiming back-to-back victories but should stay within touching distance of Denver. The Broncos have only won 3 of their last 8 at Mile High and rarely dominate teams winning by 10 points or more.

Totals

Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals – Under 52 points @ 1.87 with Unibet (back down to 51)

Lots of value in the Raiders but their record against the Chiefs is terrible. Also value in the under between the Ravens/Browns, but again the head-to-head would say the opposite.

All selections are advised at 1 point each, with a 100 point bankroll.

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