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Another good week for the favorites. Only 4 upsets and all relatively minor ones.

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Here’s a review of last week’s picks:

Green Picks (1-1) –

Buffalo controlled the entire game as the Brandon Allen and DEN could only manage 134 yards on offense. Between Singletary, Gore, and Josh Allen, the Bills whittled away the game with 244 rushing yards. Gore in his 15th season passed Barry Sanders to become #3 on the all-time rushing list.

In the battle of barely functioning offenses, WAS was able to get the win behind 4 FGs and a kick return TD. However, Haskins still looks like a rookie, completing less than 45% of his passes and turning the ball over twice.

Yellow Picks (1-1) –

Baltimore is starting to look unstoppable. Lamar Jackson led the offense to 7 scoring drives (6 TDs and 1 FG) while the defense held LAR to 6 points.

NYJ won their 3rd straight game by dominating the Raiders in all phases of the game. Oakland looked lost on offense and ultimately benched Carr in the second half for Mike Glennon. Glennon didn’t have any success either.

Blue Picks (1-0) –

In what many thought would be a potential NFC championship game, only one team showed up – SFO. The Packers actually led in time of possession 35:16 to 24:44 by sustaining drives through dinking and dunking and some fortunate penalty calls. They weren’t able to score much though, while SFO was brutally efficient on their drives.

Season Record:
Green Picks (9-14)
Yellow Picks (9-14)
Blue Picks (12-9)
Week 12 Base Picks: 87
Season Total Base Picks: 978 points

Here are the picks for Week 13:

Base Picks (what are base picks?): Updated Thursday 1:03 AM Pacific

Base Pick Pick Spread Win Prob % Picked Underdog Win Prob % Picked
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Money Picks (What are money picks?):

Biggest movers and shakers (to be updated Wednesday):

Win% –

CHI (7.1%) vs DET – David Blough to start for Detroit. Have you heard of him? Yeah, we haven’t either.

TBB (3.3%) vs JAC – Jacksonville likely to have two key players on defense out (Ronnie Harrison and Miles Jack)

CLE (1.8%) vs PIT

ATL (1.7%) vs NOS

Pick Rate –

PIT (-6%) vs CLE

DET (-3%) vs CHI

CIN (-3%) vs NYJ

HOU (-2%) vs NEP

Green Picks (lowest pick rate):

Wednesday Update:

Green picks have stayed the same since yesterday.

ATL (27% win, 4% pick) has an in-division home game against the Saints. They’ve won 2 of the last three including a 26-9 beatdown of the Saints in New Orleans. Julio Jones is a game-time decision.

NYG (27% win, 2% pick) is hard to pick after 7 straight losses, but 4 of their last 5 have been one possession games. Keep an eye on Evan Engram who was not practicing on Wednesday. Tight Ends have been scorching the Packers.

Tuesday Update: More details on Wed

ATL- 25% win, 4% pick

NYG- 27% win, 3% pick

Yellow Picks (low pick rate):

Wednesday Update:

HOU through MIN are similar picks this week, but we’re highlighting two of the matchups here-

MIN (43% win, 17% pick) has been playing well and they’ll go on the road against the Seahawks who have won 4 straight, but all close games (one possession). The Vikings get some firepower back as Adam Thielen is expected to play.

Will CIN (39% win, 13% pick) be the 5 team to go winless since 1944? It seems unlikely. If they want to Win one for the Gipper, it’s probably going to happen this week at home against the Jets or in Week 16 against the Dolphins. Andy Dalton starting again is going to be a big boost compared to Ryan Finley.

Tuesday Update: More details on Wed

MIN- 42% win, 17% pick

CIN through DEN picks are not that different from each other at this point.

Blue Picks (medium pick rate):

Wednesday Update:

CLE (56% win, 54% pick) is still the only blue pick. They’re only slight favorites going into Pittsburgh and their new starting QB, rookie Devlin Hodges. The game has a low over/under of 39 points and will most likely come down to defense and turnovers.

Tuesday Update: More details on Wed

CLE- 54% win, 48% pick

Suggested Picks by Strategy

Our low, medium, and high risk strategy suggested picks! This gives you some suggestions of picks you can make depending on what strategy you’re looking to take. If you’re low in the standings and have nothing to lose, go with the higher risk. Feel free to substitute different money picks if you have a better feeling for another team. Hope these are helpful to you!

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