Splash’s Week 9 Predictions

Splash’s Week 9 Predictions

by November 7, 2020 0 comments

Welcome to a weekly installment of NFL picks.

Feel free to keep track of your predictions and see if you can beat the author.

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Straight-up Record: 84-34-1

ATS Record: 64-52-3

Week 9 Byes: Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, Los Angeles Rams, Philadelphia Eagles

Thursday Night Football:

Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers (+7)

Packers 28, 49ers 20

Even with the usual strong rushing attack, the 49ers will fall just short of covering the spread.

Sunday Games:

Baltimore Ravens at Indianapolis Colts (+2)

Colts 24, Ravens 17

Baltimore’s streak of scoring 20 points will come to an end as they continue their winless streak in Indianapolis.

Denver Broncos at Atlanta Falcons (-4)

Broncos 21, Falcons 20

Denver’s superior defense will show up as they get a critical stop in the final minutes.

Seattle Seahawks at Buffalo Bills (+3)

Seahawks 31, Bills 24

The game will be closer than the scoreboard indicates, but better quarterback play will prevail as Russell Wilson stamps another MVP ticket.

Chicago Bears at Tennessee Titans (-6.5)

Titans 23, Bears 17

The Titans continue to be unable to cover the spread, but they should win their sixth game of the season.

Carolina Panthers at Kansas City Chiefs (-10.5)

Chiefs 31, Panthers 20

Kansas City is elite on both sides of the ball, and they will roll the Panthers. 

Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings (-4)

Vikings 30, Lions 24

The Vikings will inch their way closer to the playoff race with a win over the Lions.

New York Giants at Washington Football Team (-2.5)

Giants 20, Football Team 17

The better offense will prevail with Daniel Jones outplaying Kyle Allen.

Houston Texans at Jacksonville Jaguars (+7)

Texans 34, Jaguars 20

Jake Luton will be welcomed to the NFL in a slaughter. 

Las Vegas Raiders at Los Angeles Chargers (PK)

Raiders 27, Chargers 24

In one of the best games of the Sunday slate, Derek Carr and the Raiders will win the game on a late field goal.

Pittsburgh Steelers at Dallas Cowboys (+14)

Steelers 34, Cowboys 9

It is a shame that most of the country will get this game in the late CBS window.

Miami Dolphins at Arizona Cardinals (-4.5)

Dolphins 23, Cardinals 20 (F/OT)

The Dolphin magic will continue as Brian Flores conjures up another victory.

Sunday Night Football:

New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-4.5)

Buccaneers 27, Saints 24

The game of the week will end with Tom Brady leading a last-minute drive to take control of the NFC South.

Monday Night Football:

New England Patriots at New York Jets (+7)

Patriots 21, Jets 6

The Patriots will have enough points to win the game in the first quarter.

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I’m Ryan Potts. Some people affectionately call me Splash. I am renowned for being a misplaced Ravens, Cavs, Wings & Braves fan. Twitter: MrSplashMan19

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