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Thursday, November 26. 2020
Houston Texans (-3) @ Detroit Lions TOTAL 52 - A couple of middle to lower tier teams meet in this annual Turkey Day game in Detroit. You really never know what you are going to get from these clubs from week to week, but when they meet opponents of similar competitve level, it's a close one. Case in point, the Texans last two victories were versus Jacksonville (1-9) and New England (4-6), while the Lions last win was over the Washington Football Team (3-7). I think Houston can win this, but Detriot has played well over the past in this particular game, so going to grab the field goal.
Washington Football Team @ Dallas Cowboys (-3) TOTAL 46 - Another less than stellar game on tap here, but by history standards, Washington-Dallas, Thanksgiving Day, the great football memories it stirs, well let's hope for the best. The story here is still Washington QB Alex Smith and his return from what should have been a career ending leg injury, winning his first start last week and now looking for more. Dallas enters on a positive note, also winning this past Sunday, over Minnesota., snapping a four-game slide in backup QB Andy Dalton's return. I think that this one goes down to the end and that Washington can remain close enough to cover - taking the points.
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NFL SELECTIONS 11/22/2020
Miami Dolphins (-4) @ Denver Broncos TOTAL 45.5 - This one will be about the Miami defense and how many turnovers it can generate against a Denver ofense that has neen prone to giving up te ball. Meanwhile the Dolphins offense has been steady enough under ther rookie quarterback to be able to win this by enough - laying the points.
New York Jets @ San Diego Chargers (-9.5) TOTAL 47.5 - Listen, I know the Chargers are 2-7, but seriously, they aren't that bad, they are a competitive lot. In the seven losses, five of which wer against +.500 teams, none were by more than a touchdown, four by less than a field goal. THe Jets are just not a good team and will not be able to keep up with the San Diego scoring. The home team wins by double digits - it;s a give.
Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota Vikings (-7.5) TOTAL 49.5 - The Vikings enter on a 3-game winning streak and much of that due to RB Dalvin Cook who has looked like one of the best at his position in the NFL! Cook's running has allowed the passing game to be more efficient as well and against a Cowboys defense that is ranked near the bottom of the league in most categories, it could be a ig day for the Minnesota offense. Dallas is bolstered by the return of experienced backup QB Andy Dalton, but the Pokes still have to play defense. Like the home team in this spot - giving the points.
Jackonville Jaguars @ Green Bay Packers (-13.5) TOTAL 47.5 = The Packers come off an easy Thursday Night victory, bouncing back from a flat effort, and are well rested. Menwhile, Jacksonville came up short last week and has only one victory on the season. GB doesn't lose games like this with Rodgers at quarterback and that will be the case here. I know it seems like a lot, but I think the Packers offnse can drop 40+ without mistakes, Jags can't keep up - laying the points.
Buffalo Bills @ Arizona Cardinals (-3) TOTAL 56.5 - Both these teams can generate offense, as the numbers show, so it could be who has the ball last. Just think Cards QB Kylar Murray legs and multiple weapons will make a difference when it counts. I respect the Bills play this season, but would prefer them at home against this caliber an opponent. Arizona gets the job done - it's a give.
Los Angeles Chargers @ Miami Dolphins (-1.5) TOTAL 48.5 - Dolphins are winning games, bottom line, and resulsts speak volumes as they seak their sixth straight victory at home. Chargers can score points, but can't stop teams from scoring more! Miami wins and covers this one.
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