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Week 9 Complimentary NFL Teaser Results
This week we’re featuring another sweetheart, 4-team teaser that offers 13 points per game.
Indianapolis + 10 @ Jacksonville
New Orleans + 15.5 v. Atlanta
Detroit + 11 @ Minnesota
Denver + 9.5 @ Carolina
Why we like these games:
An inspired Indy team has won three straight, while the Jags have only one win on the season. Coincidentally, that win came in Week 3 against the Colts, and by only 5 points. It’s highly unlikely that Jacksonville will win this week, and win by double-digits – especially without the help of Jones-Drew.
The Saints are the reason for our only loss of the season (which was by half a point!), so going with them and that so-called “defense” comes with some risk. Nonetheless, we’ll go with Drew Brees and 15.5 points at home.
It seems as if we pick the Lions every week, but hey, if it ain’t broke don’t fix it. They get another favorable line this week that should be exploited. Stafford is rolling and the defense is picking it up, while the Vikings are reeling. IF the Vikings win, it will be by single digits.
Like the Lions, Denver has been good to us, and we’ll continue to ride their hot streak. Giving Peyton Manning a near 10-point cushion against Cam Newton is having Christmas come early.
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All this caught by a twitter user, as always.
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