Sunday, October 13, 2013

Behind Enemy Lines in the NFL in week 6

Yo, this is Nicky and what can I say we hit our play again yesterday calling the upset of Stanford by taking Utah plus the points. That’s five in a row and I see some value again on Sunday so let’s get to it. There are some good games in the morning but we normally pick the best on the board and go with it, that said, I’ll wait until the late games and go with the Saints (+1) on the road, going into the Razor to take on the Pats. I think people are looking at the records 5-0 and 4-1 or the names on the helmets and basing the line on that. However, smoke and mirrors removed, the Patriots offense is the worse it’s been in years, cleverly disguised by wins over sub-par teams as Atlanta make poignantly clear with a home loss to the Jets in prime time, the one Patriot statement road win. Even if Gronk plays, he won’t be 100% and will take a while to get back into the flow. Danny Amendola has not come close to putting up Welker numbers or being a big a part of the overall offense. Tom Brady finally had his consecutive games with a touchdown pass streak broken last week, and not by some storied secondary with hall of famers, no it was the Cincinnati Bengals whom have give up over 250 yards per game through the air. The Pats Rookie receivers may come around but it ain’t gonna’ be this week and I don’t know how the pats are going to score enough to hang with the Saints. That’s the Sunday chowda’ I’m Nicky, stay in the ring and keep your gloves up!

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