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So we’ve made it to January football. 4 teams and 3 games left to go (4 if you include the Pro Bowl, but no one cares about that game; furthermore, if you bet the Pro Bowl, you my friend have a gambling problem). I like to bet, I always have been pretty successful with bets because I stick to what I KNOW. I don’t bet Olympic Curling, or Women’s Soccer, but, when it comes to Football, Basketball, and Baseball; I like to think I know what I’m doing. Let’s get into these games.
(Lines taken from scoresandodds.com, and are subject to change)
Green Bay @ Seattle -7.5, o/u 46
My gut says Green Bay to WIN is the payoff pick to click, but for the sake of others, I’ll beak it down. The key for me here: the opening numbers on this game, Sea -7, o/u 47. As a bettor, that should tell you the public is betting the Under and Seattle HEAVILY. Vegas doesn’t lose, the public loses, so my money will move to GB here. This A-Rod injury, idk, I think they are pulling our leg…get it? Yeah, so my picks are better than my jokes. I’m going moneyline on Green Bay personally, but if I HAD to pick, I’d say def take the points on GB, and the Over feels good too.
Indianapolis @ New England -6, o/u 53.5
This one is a tough call. I really feel like New England wins the game, but possibly in OT, or by a field goal. Indy is scrappy, and can score quickly. New England is, well, New England. With under a minute left I don’t know who else better than Brady to be under center. I probably would not bet this game with my own money to be honest, and if I did, I’d be checking the lines hourly to try to get a value bet, and bet it cheap. I hate these numbers for this game because I feel Vegas did too good of a job making them, I’m avoiding this game like the herpes, but if I had to pick: Indy +6 and the Over.
Clearly, I’m going to be glued to the couch on championship Sunday. Have fun, be safe, and enjoy the games; good luck if you’re tossing some cash around.
(Note: This is intended as advice, for entertainment purposes, you are responsible for your own decisions after reading)