Okay here we go into week 14 already. Last week I dropped the free play on the Colts as they laid an egg in Jacksonville going down to the Jaguars 6-0. Colts had their chances but were basically a cluster you know what most the day. The Jags, to their credit, got up off the deck and secured a sorely needed victory. They had not won a game since September but as they say in the league, on any given sunday.
This week I am suggesting a play that will not be popular. Generally those are the ones that fare the best actually, lol. The Chiefs at home in the rowdy confines of Arrowhead are laying 6.5 to the Ravens. Well, I am going to take the points and Baltimore here. Talk about going from one extreme to another. The Ravens have gone from Joe Flacco to Lamar Jackson. Flacco, while being a guy who can spin it is about as mobile as a statue it seems at time. No secret Jackson lacks the experience still and can be more erratic throwing the ball. But he is capable throwing the ball and adds an entirely new dimension to the Ravens offense, the guy can turn nothing into something. The Ravens take defense seriously and while I obviously do not look for them to throttle the Chiefs offense I do look for them to put up some stiff resistance. Thus the total which is set pretty low for a home game with the high flying Chiefs. The Chiefs strengths are clearly the offense and special teams under Dave Toub. The defense under Bob Sutton, well I am still skeptical. I look for the Ravens to put up enough here to stay within the number. The Ravens have performed well in the past in Arrowhead and I expect more of the same here. Take Baltimore plus the 6.5
On the business side I have both league and bowl action already loaded. Sunday I have an offer with my top NFL release of the day and I have added into the same package two bonus double star Bowl releases. All three plays together on the sunday offer. In college it's been a tremendous response to the bowl package offer. Some folks don't give a damn about prior years results, and that's cool if that is your approach. If it is totally disregard all past results. On the flip side some people are curious before investing their dough in a bowl package how you've fared with them in the past. In the past two seasons combined I have released a total of 40 bowls. No, I don't play them all. Quite a few but not all of them. But after the last two years and those 40 bowls I cashed on 67% of them. I have cashed 83% of the bowl triples during this two year stretch. As for the bowl game of the years I have cashed both. Two years ago with Clemson beating the hell out of Ohio State and last year with Georgia taking down Oklahoma. Anyway, the bowl packages are up and available.
Good luck with your action this weekend fellas. Some good games coming up. Post season will be here before you know it. Take care.