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NFL Week 8 Sunday

Nelly’s unfortunately lost our 9* on a 2-2 Saturday, falling to 2-1 on the season in top plays. It was a disappointing result but certainly a pick we felt good about before and after the game with a production edge from our underdog side but untimely penalties ultimately were the difference. We went 10-6 in October Saturday football picks for a good college football month. We’ll look to get back on track in the NFL this week in what has been an up-and-down roller coaster first seven weeks in pro football with multiple perfect Sundays and last week things going the other way. Check out our 2/3 offer for Sunday’s Week 8 slate for $25.

The Green Sheet Keys in Issue #16 had a great Saturday going 6-1 with the only loss a game where a 7-point underdog had a 4th quarter lead for a tough finish. Rating 5 Keys are 3-0 in college football the past three weeks. Join for the rest of the Green Sheet season for just $99 with still ~14 issues remaining.

Maximum Sports went 3-0 last Sunday in the NFL and is 2-0 this season in 10* Top Plays in pro football.

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The Big E cashed another 20* winner for his third straight big Saturday win! B.E.S.T. is 28-12 in the NFL this season counting the preseason and he has stepped out with TWO 10* Biggies in NFL action today!

Point Train has a 3-pack of NFL selections for Sunday, coming off a split Saturday that included a Best Bet win on Auburn’s big SEC win.

Bobby Dalton’s late night 10* came through with Fresno State as the Big Dog put together a 4-2 week in college football, moving to 7-2 in 10star picks. Don’t miss the next HIGH FIVE NFL offer on Sunday!

NFL FREE PICK: #262 NY Jets +11.5 over Cincinnati 12:00 PM CT

The Jets are 1-5 and clearly one of the bottom teams in the NFL again. Rookie quarterback Zach Wilson has struggled and is now injured, and Mike White will be making his first NFL start this week. He has been with the Jets since 2019 and in relief last week at least provided a similar level of play to Wilson as downgrading the Jets with the quarterback change this week does not add up. New York has only played two home games this season and they beat Tennessee in the most recent home game as just a six-point home underdog. The Titans have gone on to emerge as a serious AFC contender for the moment and while the Bengals are 5-2, it is not clear they deserve that type of valuation, let alone a double-digit road favorite spread this week. Cincinnati has won by convincing margins the last two weeks winning at Detroit and then scoring a huge win at Baltimore in a breakout performance that gained a lot of attention. It was a great win but certainly a misleading 41-17 final score as the Ravens led 17-13 into the third quarter and the Bengals went on to add two late touchdowns on short fields. That was Cincinnati’s first win of the season over a winning team and now this will be a rare third consecutive road game ahead of next week’s big division game with the Browns. Joe Burrow has looked the part as a future star and is 12th in QBR this season but he does have eight interceptions and 17 sacks taken. The Jets have average defensive numbers overall and are a top 10 run defense on a per carry basis. Cincinnati has been defeated in the running game in three of the past four games and in both losses this season. There is clearly a huge gap between the Ravens and the Jets but this line is adjusted for the Bengals 16 points a week later in what is now a third straight road game and this spread suggests that the winless Lions are a touchdown ahead of the Jets compared to the Week 6 price in Detroit. Cincinnati was a significantly smaller favorite in a near loss at home to Jacksonville in late September and this is peak valuation for a Bengals team that is much closer to the middle-of-the-pack than to the Lombardi Trophy.