Finally! NFL Week 3 picks are here

Finally! NFL Week 3 picks are here

For someone who lives in a country where three major earthquakes have occurred on the same date, but in three different years, it is almost impossible not to believe in situations that escape simple coincidences and lean towards the inexplicable.

Mexico City has few connections with Cleveland, in fact there is not even a direct flight which connects these two metropolises which in the recent past, they have experienced improbable events in any other corner of the planet.

While in Mexico’s capital it shook again for the third time on September 19, something that according to complex mathematics had only a 0.000751% chance of happening.In Cleveland, its pro football team lost a 13-point lead with less than two minutes left in the game against the Jets. something that hadn’t happened in 2229 games or whats the same 0.4% of that was happening.

The last team to lose that lead? The Browns in Week 9 of the 2001 season against the Bears.

There are magical or tragic things beyond belief, and National Football League games have long been one of them.

So far in the fledgling campaign, 12 games have been decided by three points or less, more than any previous league season in the first two weeks.

Until Sunday evening, seven of 13 games have been won by the underdogs or the underdog team in bettingincluding unlikely victories from the Jets, Dolphins and Cardinals who managed comebacks worthy of an NFL Classics nomination.

Until the tremor stops in Mexico and Cleveland breaks its longstanding relationship with sports disasters, we take a look at what’s to come.

In week 3, no team started with a double-digit betting advantage and as mentioned before, close games are becoming the hallmark of the league.


Bills (-5.5) in Miami:

NFL Week 3 BeginsOnly six teams remain undefeated and unless a tie occurs on Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium, either the Bills or the Dolphins will have to leave the club undefeated. Victory will leave only one of those two organizations atop the AFC East.

The Bills, number one contenders for the next American Conference Super Bowl, have proclaimed themselves owners of this rivalry in recent years with six consecutive victories.. However, none of them featured Tyreek Hill, a wide receiver who can boast a recent winning history over Buffalo as he is a former member of the Chiefs who knocked them out of the playoffs in consecutive years.

The new head coach of Miami, Mike McDaniel knew in a short time how to give a new face to the team helped by the speed of Hill and Jaylen Waddle. Tua Tagolvailoa threw for four touchdowns in the fourth quarter to pull off a sensational Week 2 upset.

The Hard Rock Stadium Dolphins will need the explosiveness of their offense to sustain a duel with Josh Allen and the rest of the Bills Mafia scramble who scored at least 30 points in each of their wins. Allen is 7-1 against Miami.

Tua leads the NFL with 739 passing yards and Miami ranks first in the AFC with 427.0 yards per game, while Buffalo allowed the fewest yards in the AFC at 215.0 per game.

Tyreek Hill leads with 284 receiving yards while Diggs has 270.

The last 20 wins the Bills have won have been with a double-digit advantage.. When Buffalo wins, it does so by crushing everything in its path. Once considered a starless team, the Bills shine with their execution on both sides of the ball.

Bills 33-20 Dolphins


Jaguars and Chargers (-7):

At the start of Thursday Night Football’s Amazon-exclusive broadcasts, the Chargers slipped into the losers’ column for the first time this season despite the bravery of quarterback Justin Herbert who left with damaged rib cartilage. The extra days will surely serve Herbert, as well as Keenan Allen and Donald Parham Jr., who missed last night’s game with hamstring injuries.

Last week, I predicted that Tom Brady would finally break the yoke the Saints had imposed on him since he landed in Tampa Bay and it happened.

The Chargers game needs Justin Herbert to be a safe pick. If the franchise quarterback doesn’t line up behind center, the Jaguars can fight to the end.

The Jaguars haven’t won a road game since December 2019. Trevor Lawrence completes 68.1% of his passes for 510 yards, 3 touchdowns and 1 interception.

Defensively, Jacksonville is giving up 14 points and 304 yards per game..

Jaguars 17-30 Chargers

Maybe you will be interested in: NFL Picks: Josh Allen and the Bills will stop the incredible Dolphins


Lions and Vikings (-5.5):

Each of the final three games in the series has been decided by two runs. Jared Goff threw for 471 yards, six touchdowns and one interception on 57.7 passing hundreds, while D’Andre Swift leads the Lions with 200 rushing yards. Last week’s Monday Night doubleheader saw a completely different Vikings team to the one that beat the Packers in the season opener. Now, the Vikings arrive with a short week and face a hungry Lions team who are playing pretty well at the moment.

Lions 20-17 Vikings


Steelers and Browns (-4.5):

The Steelers in the first two weeks entered the field without a clear plan. Against the Bengals, it worked, but last Sunday it didn’t. Steelers 17-20 Cleveland

Saints (-3) and Panthers:

Baker Mayfield continues to carry karma as great as that which exists in Cleveland. Despite being several miles away, the Browns’ losing ghosts cannot be suppressed. Saints 24-13 Carolina

Texans and Bears (-2.5):

Lovie Smith returns with Houston (0-1-1) to take on the franchise they led to a Super Bowl berth in 2006. It will be a nostalgic game for Smith, but the Texans will stick around for at least another week, without taking a win. Texans 17-23 Bears

Chiefs (-6.5) and Colts:

The Colts have a lot of work to do after that nasty shutout loss at the hands of the Jaguars and Patrick Mahomes’ Chiefs won’t miss their last game of the year in September to add one more win to their collection. Heads 38- 21 Foals

Ravens (-3) at Patriots:

Lamar Jackson comes in with revenge in mind after allowing the Dolphins to come back from a game they were leading by 21 points. Ravens 27-21 Patriots

Bengals (-4.5) at Jets:

The Bengals are looking to avoid falling 0-3 for the first time since 2019 and the Jets are enjoying a few days above .500. Cincinnati has won five of its last eight road games and isn’t as bad as it looks. Bengals 30-14 Jets

Raiders (2-5) and Titans:

Both organizations have just been embarrassed. The Raiders let them steal a home win and the Titans eclipsed the Bills in just three quarters. Raiders 24-17 Titans

Eagles (-6.5) and Commanders:

Fight for the NFC East, a division that for the past 18 seasons has had a different champion. The Eagles tore down the Vikings last Monday night and there’s no sign the situation can’t play out again against the COs. Eagles Commanders 30-21

Rams (-3.5) and Cardinals:

Both teams arrive on the same path to victory, but on different roads. The Rams fought at home against the Falcons while the Cardinals picked up a win that could be considered double the way they got out of Las Vegas stealing from casinos. Rams 24-27 Cardinals.

Falcons and Seahawks (-1.5):

There is not much to say about this meeting, even less to see. They are simply participants this year in the NFL. Falcons 17-14 Seahawks

Packers and Buccaneers (-1.5):

No game in NFL history has featured starting quarterbacks with six combined Super Bowl MVPs … until Sunday. Aaron Rodgers (Super Bowl XLV MVP) brings the Packers to Raymond James Stadium to face Tom Brady (XXXVI, XXXVIII, XLIX, LI, LV) and the Buccaneers. By simple math, TB12 won more and with him I remain. Packers 24-27 Buccaneers

49ers (-1) in Broncos:

The 49ers proved they could be a legit team when they weren’t playing during the monsoon. 49ers 24-20 Broncos

Cowboys and Giants (-2.5):

The Giants are looking for a 3-0 start, while Dallas is on another trip against adversity. Cowboys 24-30 Giants

To play better posture
Pittsburgh not Cleveland Cleveland-3.5
New Orleans and Carolina New Orleans -3
Houston not Chicago Chicago -2.5 Under 40.5
Kansas City and Indianapolis Kansas City -6.5
Cincinnati at the New York Jets Cincinnati-4.5
buffalo in miami Invoices -5.5 Over 52.5
Detroit not Minnesota Minnesota +5.5
Baltimore and New England New England +3
Las Vegas in Tennessee Vegas-1.5
Philadelphia not Washington Philadelphia -6.5
Jacksonville and Los Angeles Chargers Chargers -7
Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Arizona +3.5
Atlanta not Seattle Seattle-1.5
Green Bay and Tampa Bay Tampa Bay -1.5
San Francisco to Denver San Francisco -1
Dallas and the New York Giants Giants -2.5

Race of choice

Previous week: 9-7

Ivan: 7-9


Ariel 16-16

Ivan 16-16

#Finally #NFL #Week #picks

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

Scroll to Top