Week 15 NFL Picks ATS

The Rowdy Sports Guys at The Combine team up with Kev and Ben Rolfe to bring you their Week 15 NFL picks ATS

Welcome to Week 15 of the NFL season, fellow degenerates. We called on a few buddies today to help us with some Consensus Picks. From RotoBaller, we have Ben Rolfe and RotoSurgeon-Kev along with Combiners RowdyRotoJB, Ronnie Boo-Boo Child, El Presidente, and Spence. The spreads were recorded Friday, 14 December. Here is the final product:

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The Majority Picks

  1. Texans (-7.0)
  2. Texans @ Jets – Under 44.0
  3. Browns (+3.0)
  4. Browns @ Broncos – Under 46.0
  5. Packers (+6.0)
  6. Packers @ Bears – Over 45.0
  7. Cowboys @ Colts – Over 47.5
  8. Titans @ Giants – Under 43.5
  9. Dolphins @ Vikings – Under 44.5
  10. Ravens (-7.5)
  11. Cardinals @ Falcons – Over 44.0
  12. Raiders (+3.0)
  13. Redskins @ Jaguars – Over 36.0
  14. Bills (-2.5)
  15. Lions @ Bills – Over 39.5
  16. Seahawks (-4.0)
  17. Eagles (+13.0)
  18. Eagles @ Rams – Over 52.0
  19. Saints (-6.5)

The Unanimous Rowdy Pick of Week 15

  1. Buccaneers @ Ravens – Under 46.5

 

Agree or disagree with our picks? Which guy do you see finishing with the highest percentage this week? Leave a comment or hit us up on Twitter!

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Week 14 NFL Picks ATS

The Rowdy Sports Guys at The Combine team up with Kev, Ben Rolfe, and Kingy to bring you their Week 14 NFL picks ATS

Welcome to Week 14 of the NFL season, fellow degenerates. We called on a few more buddies today to help us with some Consensus Picks. Today we have some more RotoBallers – Ben Rolfe, RotoSurgeon-Kev, Kingy along with Combiners RowdyRotoJB, Ronnie Boo-Boo Child, El Presidente, Nice Guy Joe, and Spence. The spreads were recorded Friday, 07 December. Here is the final product:

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The Majority Picks

  1. Bills (-3.5)
  2. Browns (+2.0)
  3. Panthers @ Browns – Over 47.0
    • Both defenses rank in the bottom half of the league in points allowed per game, and the Panthers have lost the ability to force turnovers. Both offenses should be on display this week looking to rebound from tough losses in Week 13.
  4. Falcons @ Packers – Over 51.0
    • Two of the most pass-heavy offenses in the league facing two defenses that struggle to cover receivers. All eyes will be on interim HC Joe Philbin as he looks to make a big first impression.
  5. Texans (-5.0)
  6. Chiefs (-7.0)
  7. Ravens @ Chiefs – Under 51.0
  8. Dolphins (+8.0)
  9. Patriots @ Dolphins – 47.0
  10. Giants (-4.0)
    • Even without OBJ, you have to like the odds of the team coming off an impressive victory against the Bears against an offense led by Mark Sanchez.
  11. Giants @ Redskins – Under 41.0
    • Mark Sanchez + 2 Offenses in the bottom half of the league in plays per game – OBJ = No brainer.
  12. Chargers (-14.0)
    • Philip Rivers and his 6th ranked offense facing the 32nd ranked Bengals defense at home with no AJ Green or Andy Dalton to play catch-up.
  13. Bengals @ Chargers – Over 47.5
  14. Broncos (-4.0)
  15. Broncos @ 49ers – Under 45.5
  16. Lions (-3.0)
  17. Eagles @ Cowboys – Over 44.0
  18. Steelers @ Raiders – Over 51.5
  19. Vikings (+3.0)

The Unanimous Rowdy Pick of Week 14

  1. Steelers (-10.0)
    • Even without James Connor, the Steelers passing game should have a field day against the Raiders secondary, while their pass rush prevents Derek Carr from closing the gap.

 

Agree or disagree with our picks? Which guy do you see finishing with the highest percentage this week? Leave a comment or hit us up on Twitter!

Week 14 TNF NFL DFS Picks: Jaguars – Titans Preview

JB reviews Week 14’s TNF match-up between Tennessee and Jacksonville, giving his top DFS Picks and recommended bets.

Quarterbacks

Marcus Mariota, TEN vs JAX (FD – $16,000, DK – $10,400/15,600*CPT)

Any offensive player in this match-up carries significant risk, made evident by the tiny O/U from Vegas. Mariota is no exception against this Jaguars defense that has allowed the third fewest Passing Yards and tied for the first fewest Passing TD this season. However, over their last five games opposing QB have scored 20.38 FPPG. One of the contributing factors has been via the ground. For the season JAX has given up the most Rushing Yards and Rushing TD to the QB position. Mariota has 10 rushing attempts twice this season, and took off seven times the last time these teams faced. He has scored at least 22 FP in four of his last five, with 2 TD in each of those four games. Despite the stinginess of the Jags, they rank in the bottom half of the league in INT and Sacks, which means I’m going with Mariota tonight and hoping his legs can keep the chains moving.

Cody Kessler, JAX @ TEN (FD – $13,500, DK – $9,000/13,500*CPT)

On the other side of the field, the Titans defense ranks directly behind Jacksonville in both fewest Passing Yards and fewest Passing TD allowed this season. While they too rank in the bottom half in INT and Sacks, there’s no way Cody Kessler travels on a short week and puts up useful fantasy numbers tonight. Last week in his first start of the season he scored 8.8 FP, throwing for 150 yards with a fumble. I find his price tags quite offensive.

 

Running Backs

Dion Lewis, TEN vs JAX (FD – $11,000, DK – $7,400/11,100*CPT)   

Derrick Henry, TEN vs JAX (FD – $12,000, DK – $7,000/10,500*CPT)

The Titans backfield has almost become a complete 50/50 split, and recently Henry has been the beneficiary due to scoring four TD in his last five games. Lewis on the other hand hasn’t seen double digit FP since Week 9 against Dallas, and that was largely in part to catching four passes for 60 yards and a score. This is why I prefer Lewis over Henry tonight. Because like Dallas, Jacksonville’s defense has been fantastic against the run, allowing the third fewest FPPG to RB this season and just 5.9 FPPG to RB1 in their last five games. RB2 like Wendell Smallwood and Nyheim Hines found success via the air against this Defense, and I think Lewis has the potential to scrape out value if he can turn one of those screens into 6 points.

Leonard Fournette, JAX @ TEN (FD – $17,000, DK – $12,000/18,000*CPT)

T.J. Yeldon, JAX @ TEN (FD – $8,500, DK – $6,400/9,600*CPT)

The one guy I have no concerns about tonight, aside from a possible ejection. That is because a healthy Fournette is match-up proof. He has scored over 21 FP in three straight contests, with four TD over that span. You best believe Kessler’s number one objective tonight is to hand the rock to this guy, especially with how Tennessee’s defense has handled RB1’s recently. The Titans are allowing 13.74 FPPG to RB1 over their last five, but that’s with the complete shutdown of New England in Week 10. Isaiah Crowell, Lamar Miller, Marlon Mack, and of course Ezekiel Elliott all enjoyed double digit outings in their match-ups with this defense. Yeldon on the other hand presents a sneaky value opportunity despite the return of Fournette.  Kessler checked down to Yeldon eight times last week, and even if that number decreases slightly with Fournette in during early-downs, Yeldon still has a legitimate shot at being the teams leading receiver.

 

Wide Receivers

Corey Davis, TEN vs JAX (FD – $14,000, DK – $8,400/12,600*CPT)

Tajae Sharpe, TEN vs JAX (FD – $10,000, DK – $4,600/6,900*CPT)

I think this may be the first game that I want to fade every wide receiver from both sides. Jacksonville allowed the fewest Receiving TD to WR this season, along with the fourth lowest FPPG. Over the last five games, they are allowing just 10.06 FPPG to WR1, with Antonio Brown being the only one to top 20 FP. The match-up is tough to say the least. Davis has scored 20+ FP in two of his last five games, scoring three times in the span while averaging 7 targets per game. The kid is good, but he’s not Antonio Brown quite yet, which means those lofty prices only leave room for disappointment from his fantasy owners tonight against Jalen Ramsey. Sharpe has been the clear #2 choice for Mariota recently, averaging 5.2 targets per game over the last five, and scoring double digit FP twice. The other three games on the other hand, were goose eggs. The DraftKings price makes him a very intriguing dart throw, but neither are recommended tonight.

Donte Moncrief, JAX @ TEN (FD – $7,000, DK – $5,600/8,400*CPT)                           

Dede Westbrook, JAX @ TEN (FD – $8,000, DK – $6,800/10,200*CPT)

The Titans are no cakewalk for WR either, but have surrendered 25.6 FPPG to WR this season. Over their last five games they are allowing 13.64 FPPG to WR1, getting torched by T.Y. Hilton in Week 11. So this secondary is definitely beatable…..by Andrew Luck. The prices are all great for this WR corps, but how can you trust them with Cody Kessler at the helm? You cannot.

 

Tight Ends

Jonnu Smith, TEN vs JAX (FD – $9,000, DK – $5,000/7,500*CPT) 

Anthony Firkser, TEN vs JAX (FD – $8,000, DK – $4,000/6,000*CPT)

I feel like its going to be a TE kind of a game for the Titans tonight. Jacksonville is tied for the 5th most TD allowed to the TE position this season, thanks to Eric Ebron mostly, and are allowing 8.5 FPPG this season. Jonnu has only seen over three targets once all season, but has been very efficient lately, scoring three TD in his last five contests. Firkser has emerged as a viable option in this offense, as Mariota has yet to miss a connection with him albeit there have only been 13 so far. He has averaged over ten yards per catch this season, has three straight games over 40 yards, and scored his first TD last week against the Jets. The production is trending upward, and since the Colts were able to do it with Jack Doyle and Eric Ebron three weeks ago – why not go double TE tonight? Someone has to score for the Titans tonight, and I think its both of these guys.

 

Defenses

Jaguars @ TEN (DK – $5,800/8,700*CPT)

Titans vs JAX (DK – $6,000/9,000*CPT)

Despite this game having the lowest O/U of the week, and featuring Cody Kessler, I’m not that excited about playing either DST on DraftKings tonight. Both defenses have less than 10 INT and 30 Sacks on the season. I don’t see either team being forced to throw at any point, or the Jags wanting the ball out of Fournette’s hands. There will be plenty of punts, and the low scores create a nice comfy floor for both DSTs, but surprisingly I don’t think the ceilings are as high as we want.

 

Kickers

Ryan Succop, TEN vs JAX (FD – $9,500, DK – $3,600/5,100*CPT)

Josh Lambo, JAX @ TEN (FD – $9,000, DK – $3,400/5,100*CPT)

I love kickers. Keep them in fantasy forever. I especially love the spot Josh Lambo will be in tonight. The Titans defense boasts the leagues best Red Zone TD%. When you combine this with Cody Kessler as the opposing QB, you get a very busy Lambo. He has scored double digit FP in 3 of his last five games, and the fact that he costs less than Succop on both sites is the cherry on top.

 

Lineup Examples

You got to get weird sometimes on Single Game slates, and Same-team RBs, Same-team TEs, and a K is as weird as you can get.

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Picks Against the Spread

(Titans (-5.0) vs Jaguars: O/U 37.5)

Final Score Prediction: Titans 20, Jaguars 13

Bets: Titans (-5.0), Under 37.5

 

*Photo by Chipermc

Week 13 MNF NFL DFS Picks: Redskins – Eagles Preview

JB reviews Week 13’s MNF match-up between Philadelphia and Washington, giving his top DFS Picks and recommended bets.

Quarterbacks

Colt McCoy, WAS @ PHI (FD – $14,000, DK – $8,800/13,200-MVP)

He’s from Texas, his name is Colt, and he ain’t afraid to sling it. My FanDuel MVP (1.5x Points) tonight, McCoy faces a depleted Eagles secondary allowing 22.1 FPPG to opposing QBs over their last 5 games. For the season they’ve allowed the 5th most Passing Yards, and have the 5th fewest INT. McCoy put up a respectable 18.92 FP in his first full game in place of injured Alex Smith, and I expect him to put up similar numbers tonight.

Carson Wentz, PHI vs WAS (FD – $16,000, DK – $10,600/15,900-MVP)

While the match-up isn’t quite as enticing as facing his own secondary, Wentz is also in a nice position tonight. The Redskins are allowing 19.97 FPPG over their last 5 games. They rank 6th in the league in INT this season however, and Wentz has scored under 15 FP two weeks in a row, which is why I prefer McCoy straight up. But with the trends of both these defenses, I prefer to get both the signal callers in my lineups tonight.

 

Running Backs

Adrian Peterson, WAS @ PHI (FD – $12,500, DK – $7,400/11,100-MVP)   

Chris Thompson, WAS @ PHI (FD – $8,000, DK – $4,400/6,600-MVP)

The RB position is a tough one tonight. In Washington AP is still banged up/”questionable” and has scored single digit FP in 3 of his last 4, while Chris Thompson is returning from his 4 game absence and should be well rested. Even if AP plays against a defense allowing the 5th highest Yards per Carry, I would assume he splits snaps fairly evenly with Thompson. I am definitely intrigued by the latter due to Philly allowing the 5th most Receptions to the RB position this season. With Jordan Reed drawing extra attention due to his recent success, I see McCoy and Thompson hooking up a lot to keep the chains moving. That is why Thompson, despite the risk, is my DraftKings (PPR) MVP tonight (1.5x Points).

Josh Adams, PHI vs WAS (FD – $13,500, DK – $8,000/12,000-MVP)

Like AP, Adams is also banged up and carries a questionable tag heading into tonight, but is also expected to play. After getting 22 carries last week, I see the snap split in PHI being a lot more lopsided than WAS, and Adams will face a defense allowing 17.58 FPPG to RB1 over their last 5. Unfortunately PHI isn’t getting their backs involved in the passing game, which limits the upside here. Regardless, Adams has two double digit FP performances in a row so he’s a safe pick tonight.

 

Wide Receivers

Josh Doctson, WAS @ PHI (FD – $10,000, DK – $6,800/10,200-MVP)

Like Thompson, I am greatly interested in Josh Doctson due to McCoy’s willingness to sling the ball around, and the Eagles willingness to allow it. They have allowed the 3rd most Receptions and 2nd most Yards to WR this season, and a whopping 18.98 FPPG to WR1 over their last 5 games. In McCoy’s first start last week, Doctson drew 10 targets, catching 6 for 66 yards. It was his first game this season with over 5 Receptions. There is of course risk involved here, as Jamison Crowder could make a return tonight. I’m hoping WAS gives him one more week to recover and rolling with Doctson on both sites.

Alshon Jeffery, PHI vs WAS (FD – $10,000, DK – $8,600/12,900-MVP)                           

Golden Tate, PHI vs WAS (FD – $9,500, DK – $7,800/10,800-MVP)

The Redskins secondary also presents a nice opportunity for the Eagles WR corps to get back on track tonight as they’ve allowed the 3rd most Receiving Yards to WR, but which one gets the most looks? Alshon Jeffery has faded since the acquisition of Golden Tate, averaging just 5.3 targets per game. Tate has been a little more involved averaging 6.6 targets but has been just as ineffective failing to top 50 yards or score. Considering the recent success of WR1 against WAS (12.26 FPPG last 5), I’m going with Jeffery over Tate tonight, as I see Wentz leaning on his top guy when Zach Ertz is bottled up (see below).

 

Tight Ends

Jordan Reed, WAS @ PHI (FD – $11,500, DK – $8,200/12,300-MVP) 

What a weird spot. Essentially the two best offensive players on both teams are Tight Ends and I don’t want to play either of them tonight. The Eagles are allowing just 5.9 FPPG to TE1 over their last 5 games, and the fourth fewest FPPG this season. Jordan Reed has been hot lately, with 19 targets, 146 yards and a TD over his last two contests. But for these prices I find it hard for him to return value in a tough match-up tonight.

Zach Ertz, PHI vs WAS (FD – $14,500, DK – $11,200/16,800-MVP)

Ditto ^. The Redskins have allowed just 5.5 FPPG to TE1 over their last 5, and the 6th fewest FPPG this season. Despite getting shut down by the Saints, Ertz has scored double digits FP in 8 of his 11 games this season. He even went 10/112 against the Titans who are #1 against TE in fantasy currently. Ertz has a much better chance at overcoming the match-up tonight, but it’s a hard pass for me with those lofty prices.

 

Defenses

I’m not a fan of the floor from either side tonight. But if you were to take a flyer on rostering a DST tonight I wouldn’t argue…too much. Eagles O-Line has allowed the 11th most sacks this season and on the other side Colt McCoy committed 4 turnovers last week. The upside is there, but I’m not interested.

 

Kickers

Dustin Hopkins, WAS @ PHI (FD – $9,000, DK – $3,200/4,800)

Jake Elliott, PHI vs WAS (FD – $9,500, DK – $3,400/5,100-MVP)

WAS is allowing 7.2 FPPG to K over the last 5 games, and PHI is allowing 8.8. I can see a backup QB struggling to score in the redzone, especially when his go-to TE is struggling to get open – so Hopkins interests me slightly. Both Kickers are an easy pass on FanDuel, but the salary relief on DraftKings could make it possible to roster the stud TEs if you are a believer tonight. Obviously I am not, therefore I did not need the salary relief.

 

Lineup Examples

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Picks Against the Spread

(Eagles (-6.0) vs Redskins: O/U 45.5)

Final Score Prediction: Eagles 27, Redskins 20

Bets: Eagles (-6.0), Over 45.5

 

*Photo by Keith Allison

Week 13 NFL Picks ATS

The Rowdy Sports Guys at The Combine team up with Kev, Ben Rolfe, and Kingy to bring you their Week 13 NFL picks ATS

Welcome to Week 13 of the NFL season, fellow degenerates. We knocked out some NCAAF picks against the spread yesterday, so we called on a few more buddies today to help us with Sunday’s madness. Today we have some more RotoBallers – Ben Rolfe, RotoSurgeon-Kev, Kingy along with Combiners RowdyRotoJB, Ronnie Boo-Boo Child, El Presidente, Nice Guy Joe, and Spence. Here is the final product:

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The Majority Picks

  1. Dolphins vs Bills – Over 40.0
  2. Bears (-3.5)
  3. Giants vs Bears – Under 44.5
  4. Packers (-14.0)
  5. Cardinals vs Packers – Over 43.5
  6. Broncos (-5.5)
  7. Bengals vs Broncos – Under 45.0
  8. Falcons (-1.5)
  9. Falcons vs Ravens – Over 48.5
  10. Colts (-5.0)
  11. Rams (-10.0)
  12. Lions vs Rams – Over 55
  13. Panthers (-3.5)
  14. Buccaneers vs Panthers – Over 54
  15. Texans vs Browns – Over 47.5
  16. Chiefs (-14.5)
  17. Raiders vs Chiefs – Under 55.0
  18. Titans vs Jets – Under 40.5
  19. Seahawks (-10.0)
  20. Vikings (+5.5)
  21. Steelers (-3.5)
  22. Steelers vs Chargers – Over 52.0
  23. Eagles (-6.0)
  24. Eagles vs Redskins – Under 45.0

The Top Rowdy Pick of Week 13

  1. Jaguars vs Colts – Under 47.0

 

Agree or disagree with our picks? Which guy do you see finishing with the highest percentage this week? Leave a comment or hit us up on Twitter!

Week 13 NFL DFS Picks

JB gives his top NFL DFS picks for Week 13

Quarterback

Jameis Winston, TB vs CAR (FD – $7,500, DK – $6,000)

Underdogs at home, in the second highest O/U on the slate, against Divisional rivals. I love the spot for Winston this week. Carolina has allowed the fourth most Pass TD this season, along with 20.0 FPPG to opposing QBs. Coming off a 312 Yards, 2 TD performance in a comfortable win over San Fran, Winston is going to have to throw a ton to beat the Panthers. Week 13 POTW ceiling… replaced by FitzMagic at halftime floor.

Jared Goff, LAR @ DET (FD – $8,400, DK – $6,400)

Goff is my safest pick at QB this week, simply because I see the Lions hanging around longer than the Raiders will with Mahomes – plus the Lions Rush D since the trade for Snacks Harrison has been very solid. The Detroit secondary on the other hand is quite disturbing as a Lions fan. They are allowing the fifth highest Comp%, second highest QBR, and have the third fewest INTs this season. Goff has scored over 20 FP in four straight contests, two going for over 30. The Rams are 10 point favorites in the highest O/U on the slate, and won’t have to worry about the weather.

 

Running Back

Christian McCaffrey, CAR @ TB (FD – $8,800, DK – $8,800)

CMC is coming off a massive 41 FP performance against SEA in a back and forth nail-biter that should resemble this weeks showdown with the Bucs. The Bucs have allowed the fourth most Rush TD this season, and 23.3 FPPG to opposing RBs. Four weeks ago McCaffrey rushed for 79 yards and 2 scores against TB, adding 5 Rec for an additional 78 yards. As the heart of the offense for any down or situation at this point, CMC is my lock-in stud for all my lineups this week.

Phillip Lindsay, DEN @ CIN (FD – $7,000, DK – $5,400)

I’m going Lindsay here with my #2 simply because of the value. You almost can’t fade him at this price facing the Bengals. I honestly think Aaron Jones has the better upside against the Cardinals in the Wisconsin weather, but the $1,300 difference on DK is too much. Cincy has allowed the second most Rush yards, and third most Rush TD this season. Andy Dalton is out, and Jeff Driskel will be heavily pressured all game. The Broncos should be riding Lindsay into the ground by the start of the second half. He’s scored over 15 FP in four of his last five contests, and there’s no reason to doubt that he’ll make it 5/6 today.

Honorable Mention: Spencer Ware, KC @ Raiders (FD – $5,200, DK – $4,000), Aaron Jones, GB vs ARI (FD – $7,600, DK – $6,700)

 

Wide Receiver

Kenny Golladay, DET vs LAR (FD – $7,300, DK – $6,700)

As previously stated, this game has the highest predicted score on the slate, and the Lions per usual are underdogs. This should lead to plenty of catch-up work for Matthew Stafford and his one-man WR corps. The Rams are tied for the second most Pass TD allowed this season, along with the third highest Yards per Catch. This bodes well for the ball-hawk out of Northern Illinois. He has posted three straight double digit fantasy scores, averaging 12 targets per game over that span. Marcus Peters is not going to enjoy the film sessions after this game.

Robert Woods, LAR @ DET (FD – $7,300, DK – $6,900)

My favorite DFS strategy is auto-selecting WR2-3 from offenses playing against Detroit. Teez Tabor and Nevin Lawson have been atrocious in coverage this year, and that’s not going to stop against a stud that has scored double digit FP in 9 of 11 games this season and is coming off an 11 target game. The Lions are allowing 25.9 FPPG to WRs, and if Slay shadows Cooks as he usually does with WR1s, Woods is going to be a busy man.

Honorable Mentions: Adam Humphries, TB vs CAR (FD – $6,000, DK – $4,200)

 

Tight End

David Njoku, CLE @ HOU (FD – $5,500, DK – $4,300)

It feels like Week 13 has more enticing TE options than any other week this season. Despite going with one of the guys in the CAR-TB game, I’m going with the guy I think has the highest ceiling of the group. Houston allowed three straight opposing TEs to score. Jonnu Smith went for 2/63/1, Jordan Reed 7/71/1, and Jeff freaking Heuerman 10/83/1. Combine this with the fact that Houston has been very good against opposing WR over their last five games, means Baker is going to need Njoku to keep up with Watson today.

Cameron Brate, TB vs CAR (FD – $4,900, DK – $3,700)

I don’t think I need to justify TEs facing Carolina anymore. Cameron Brate literally has better odds at scoring a TD than the coin flip landing on heads.

Honorable Mentions: Greg Olsen, CAR @ TB (FD – $6,000, DK – $4,100)

 

Defense

Chicago Bears @ NYG (FD – $4,800, DK – $3,300)

I am more intrigued by using one of the match-up based values at DST this week like the Packers below, Broncos versus Driskel, or the Chiefs versus Gruden’s Raiders. But I continually found myself with the money to spend, and the lack of guts to not start the Bears. They have easily scored the most FPPG of any DST this season, only scoring single digits in one game. They lead the league in INT, and are seventh in sacks. They square off with Eli Manning in what forecasts to be a damp game at MetLife. It’s fool-proof.

Green Bay Packers vs ARI (FD – $4,400, DK – $2,800)

If you don’t happen to have the available dough to play the Bears, or have more strength than me to fade the best DST in the league, the Packers are your best bet. The forecast calls for 21 mph winds at Lambeau with a nice, welcoming snow/rain mix. That should be fun for a rookie QB who plays his home games in a comfy dome in Arizona and graduated from UCLA. The Pack have the fourth most sacks in the league and Rosen (11 INT) will be forced to drop back a whole lot as a 14 point underdog.

 

Sample Lineups

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*Photo by Keith Allison

NCAAF Conference Championship Picks ATS

The Rowdy Sports Guys JB, El President, and Nice Guy Joe share their Week 14 NCAAF Conference Championships Picks ATS

TGIF, especially one with two Conference Championship games to enjoy. We here at The Combine like to gamble, so we decided to share that passion with the readers. For Week 14, we’re rolling with picks from our very own RowdyRotoJB, ElPresidenteJosh, and Nice Guy Joe. Here is the final product:

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The Majority Picks

  1. Washington (-6.0)
  2. Texas (+8.0)
  3. Oklahoma vs Texas – Over 78.0
  4. Appalachian State (-16.5)
  5. App State vs UL-Lafeyette – Under 58.0
  6. Middle Tennessee State  (-1.5)
  7. MTSU vs UAB – Over 44.0
  8. Memphis (+3.0)
  9. Georgia (+14.0)
  10. Alabama vs Georgia – Under 64.0
  11. Boise State vs Fresno State – Under 53.0
  12. Clemson vs Pittsburgh –  Over 53.0
  13. Ohio State (-15.0)
  14. Ohio State vs Northwestern – Over 61.0

The Unanimous TOP ROWDY PICKS of Week 14

  1. Buffalo (-3.0)
  2. Buffalo vs Northern Illinois –  Over 51.0
  3. Washington vs Utah – Over 45.0
  4. UCF vs Memphis – Under 64.0
  5. Boise State (-3.0)
  6. Clemson (-28.0)

 

Opinions are like butts, everyone’s got one. So what are your thoughts on the picks? Who is going to finish Saturday with the highest percentage? Leave a comment below or hit us up on Twitter!