NFL Picks: Josh Allen and the Bills will stop the incredible Dolphins
The best series and films are those that tell us an interesting story, with a good dose of drama and a script that includes unexpected and surprising events, better known as “turns of the screw”.
If you love the NFL and still don’t know why, then you’re right. You’re welcome.
Look what happened on Sunday, when three teams behind by 13 points or more in the last quarter they managed to win, something that hadn’t happened in a single weekend since 1992.
Do you want surprises? We have surprises. Week 2 included five upsetsincluding wins for two of the league’s worst teams last year – the Jets and Jacksonville – on the road.
Drama? There were 32 games played and 12 of them (37.5%) were decided by three runs or less, more than any other NFL season in its first two weeks.
Yes, this league offers us all that week by week and, by the way, we already have Week 3, so let’s get to the picks.
GAME OF THE WEEK
Buffalo (-5.5) at Miami
In Week 1, the Bills destroyed the NFL champion. Then they did the same with the team that finished with the best record in the AFC last season.
All of us who predicted Buffalo would win the Super Bowl (and we weren’t a few) should feel comfortable with our choice.
The Miami Dolphins could spoil the moment.
To all of us critics of Tua Tagovailoa (and there are more than a few of us), the young Dolphins quarterback silenced us with his impressive performance Sunday in Baltimore.
Tua Tagovailoa set career highs for passing yards (469) and touchdowns (six) and was the architect of Miami’s comeback, which trailed 35-14 late in the third quarter and won 42-38.
Tua did what many of us thought he couldn’t do with his collection of wide receivers. Tyreek Hill had 11 receptions for 190 yards and two touchdowns, and Jaylen Waddle he caught 11 more balls for 171 yards and two touchdowns at Baltimore.
I think coach Mike McDaniel doesn’t get the credit he deserves because two games was enough for him to show that the work culture in Miami has changed dramatically and he’s going to compete with the Bills for that divisional crown that the Dolphins haven’t won since 2008. .
Buffalo have won the last seven games in this rivalry, including a humiliating 35-0 loss at Miami last season.
Led by Josh Allen, the Bills lead the NFL with 36 points per game and I don’t know if there’s a defense in the league that can deal with that offense, but the Tua and Dolphins offense can probably respond. with every Buffalo touchdown. . .
Allen and Stefon Diggs are the No. 1 quarterback/wide receiver pairing in the league. Diggs leads the NFL with 4 touchdown receptions, second in catches (20) and second in yards (270).
Cornerback Xavien Howard and the rest of the Dolphins backcourt will have a tough day at the office.
The same goes for Buffalo’s defense with Hill and Waddle in Miami’s surprising vertical attack.
The choice : Too much offensive power in this game, yes, but we can’t ignore the Bills’ defense, second in the league to allow an average of 8.5 points per game. Tua will be under intense pressure throughout the game and will eventually make a mistake or two which Allen will capitalize on to finish the job. Bills 31-21 Dolphins
Kansas City (-6.5) at Indianapolis
If the Indianapolis defense didn’t have a good time with Trevor LawrenceI don’t want to think about what Patrick Mahomes will do to them. Take: Chiefs 31-21 Colts
San Francisco (1.5) at Denver
Denver has the best defense and the best quarterback. I think. Broncos 16-13 49ers
TWO MINUTE EXERCISE
Pittsburgh vs. Cleveland (-4)
I have already added the rookie Kenny Pickett in my Fantasy… just in case. Steelers 19-17 Browns
New Orleans (-3) vs. Carolina
Mayfield Baker now you will know that the NFC South is a tougher division than it looks. Saints 24-14 Panthers
Houston and Chicago (-3)
Very even teams in virtually all stats; slight advantage for Chicago to play at home. Bears 20-17 Texans
Detroit vs. Minnesota (-6)
The Lions will make it interesting, but I don’t see any surprises in Minnesota. Vikings 31-21 Lions
Baltimore (-3) and New England
John Harbaugh is 4-7 against Bill Bellichik and New England has won three of the last four against Baltimore. Patriots 23-20 Ravens
Cincinnati (-5) at the New York Jets
In just two games Joe Terrier he was sacked 13 times and beaten 20 times. The kid is very good, but if they don’t protect him, he won’t last long in the NFL. Jets 27-23 Bengals
Las Vegas (-2.5) at Tennessee
One of those teams will wake up Monday with an 0-3 record and be a serious contender for the disappointment of the year. Raiders 33-21 Titans
Philadelphia (-6.5) not Washington
Carson Wentz facing his former team, who with Jalen hurts it looks like a real competitor in the NFC. Eagles Commanders 28-20
Jacksonville and Los Angeles Chargers (-7)
Justin Herbert he’s not 100% and those Jaguars aren’t a joke anymore. Chargers 24-20 Jaguars
Los Angeles Rams (-3.5) at Arizona
another marvel of Kyler Murray? I do not believe that: Sean McVay is 10-1 against Arizona. Rams 30-26 Cardinals
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Atlanta vs. Seattle (-2.5)
Con Geno Smith, any offensive is useless. It is known. Falcons 28-21 Seahawks
Green Bay and Tampa Bay (-2)
Aaron Rodgers versus. Tom Brady sounds great, but this game will be dominated by two of the NFL’s best defenses. Buccaneers 19-16 Packers
Dallas vs. New York Giants (-2.5)
The MNF will be very entertaining thanks to two players: Micah Parsons (NFL leader with 4 sacks) and Saquon Barkley (leader with 236 rushing yards). Will Cooper Rush do enough not to lose this match? Giants 20-17 Cowboys
Last week: 7-9
Total in the season: 16-15-1
in the line of play
|To play||better posture|
|Pittsburgh not Cleveland||Steelers +4|
|New Orleans and Carolina||Under 40|
|Houston not Chicago||Under 40|
|Kansas City and Indianapolis||Heads -6.5|
|Cincinnati at the New York Jets||Planes +5|
|buffalo in miami||Invoices -6|
|Detroit not Minnesota||Under 53|
|Baltimore and New England||Less than 43.5|
|Las Vegas in Tennessee||Raiders-2.5|
|Philadelphia not Washington||Eagles -6.5|
|Jacksonville and Los Angeles Chargers||Jaguar +7|
|Los Angeles Rams at Arizona||Less than 48.5|
|Atlanta not Seattle||Over 42|
|Green Bay and Tampa Bay||Under 42|
|San Francisco to Denver||Less than 44.5|
|Dallas and the New York Giants||Less than 39.5|
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