Week 1 Picks

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“Not garbage time for some,” noted Al Michaels at the end of the Patriots vs Steelers game Thursday Night. Antonio Brown lined up on the right side of the field, cut in towards the back of the endzone then stopped on a dime, cut outside and received a touchdown pass from Ben Roethlisberger with 2 seconds remaining. Following the extra point the score changed from 28-14 to 28-21 in what appeared a seemingly meaningless state of affairs. However, the Patriots were favored by 7 points in this game, and turned the betting lines from the Patriots covering the spread into an even push within the blink of an eye. Gambling is a huge part of sports whether television networks or professional leagues choose to accept it or not.
This season Hal Greenblatt and I will be making weekly picks and keeping track of our W-L record until the end of the season. Of course, we would like to mention that www.pattisonavenue.com, nor Hal or I condone sports betting in places it is illegal to do so.
Week 1:
Miami (-3.5) vs Washington
Hal and Ryne: Miami
Cleveland (+2.5) vs New York
Hal: Cleveland Ryne: New York
Carolina (-3.5) vs Jacksonville
Hal: Jacksonville Ryne: Carolina
Kansas City (+0.5) vs Houston
Hal and Ryne: Kansas City
Green Bay (-6.5) vs Chicago
Hal and Ryne: Green Bay
Seattle (-3.5) vs St. Louis
Hal and Ryne: Seattle
Indianapolis (-2.5) vs Buffalo
Hal: Indianapolis Ryne: Buffalo
Detroit (+2.5) vs San Diego
Hal and Ryne: San Diego
New Orleans (+2.5) vs Arizona
Hal and Ryne: Arizona
Cincinnati (-3.5) vs Oakland
Hal and Ryne: Oakland
Baltimore (+4.5) vs Denver
Hal and Ryne: Denver
Tennessee (+3.5) vs Tampa Bay
Hal and Ryne: Tennessee
New York (+5.5) vs Dallas
Hal: New York Ryne: Dallas
Philadelphia (-2.5) vs Atlanta
Hal and Ryne: E-A-G-L-E-S EAGLES!!!!!
Minnesota (-2.5) vs San Fran
Hal and Ryne: Minnesota

Stay tuned for the results of our picks.

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