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It's NFL Sunday, let's win some money.

I'm still reeling at that loss on the Iron Bowl over yesterday. Seth Williams dropped a wide open 60 yard touchdown in the two minute drill of the first half and Bama fumbled at the one yard line walking in for a garbage time TD. Bad breaks but I'm here to make up for it with some NFL picks.


I'm playing them as two parlays today as I'm looking to make a little profit but throwing them up here as straight wagers. One is my play, the other is off advice from the CBS Sportsline models and handicappers. All one unit plays unless noted.


Mike Glennon UNDER 222.5 passing yards (-110) - After watching Glennon take snaps in Chicago and knowing he hasn't played since 2017, this feels about as close to a lock as anything I've ever bet. 3 units.


Jacksonville/Cleveland UNDER 48.5 (-110) - I just don't see Jacksonville being able to score in this game. I've read some people who are taking the OVER and are taking Jacksonville, but apparently they don't remember MIKE GLENNON is quarterback.


Buffalo/Los Angeles OVER 51.5 (-110) - This pick comes from SDQL Gurus on the Sportsline app. I like it most of the three plays they're making today. The others are UNDER 55.5 in the Kansas City/Tampa Bay and the Packers covering 9.5 against the Bears.


Josh Allen OVER 283.5 passing yards - The Chargers secondary is mediocre, the Bills are coming off a bye week after a heart wrenching loss.


BUFFALO -4.5 - See above. Two units.

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