NFL Week 15 Recap

Starting 0-3 straight up and ATS was not how this thing was supposed to go. I’m not sure what was more amusing; the Chiefs blowing a 14 point lead at home on a short week with 8 minutes to go, the Jets missing two extra points, or me not following my own belief that Case Keenum isn’t very good. Here’s a thought, after inevitably getting cut by the Broncos, is Keenum the favorite or the underdog to be the Giants 2019 Week 1 starting QB versus Eli? Speaking of bad QB’s, you know what Nick Foles does better than Carson Wentz? Throw 50/50 balls to Alston Jeffrey and let him show corners they are much smaller men! Hiring Skynet to turn your QB into a machine is great for efficiency, but when efficiency takes away from opportunity, you need to dial it back. The Eagles exceeded 28 points for only the second time all year… and Aquib Talib is still AWFUL at football. And now that five of the twelve playoff spots have been secured, let’s talk about something fun, like how many coaches will be fired before the final game is played in Week 17? If the Buccs don’t look competitive this week, I wouldn’t be surprised if Dirk Koetter is releived of his duties by this time next week. It feels like you wait all summer and half of the season to watch weeks like this one. Why can’t the whole season be like this?

Week 15 Results:

Straight Up 9-7 73 Confidence Points

ATS 6-9-1 -6.8 Units

Investment Grade ATS (2&3 Unit Plays) 2-4 -5.5 Units

Point Totals 8-7-1 +4.5 Units

Investment Grade Totals 5-2-1 +6.7 Units

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