I forgot why I picked this one this way.
But, I still feel it’s right.
Oakland is hot garbage. The week 1 surprise win now feels like forever ago. Gruden and crew got outmanned and outgunned against Minnesota and KC.
The Dogs likes his brisket cooked low, slow and juicy, but this Jacoby Briskett has been cooking on high every Sunday.
T.Y. Hilton is questionable with a quad injury, so The Dog sees this one being more of a ground game. Marlon Mack and that O-Line will have themselves a DAY!
Frank Reich is an early frontrunner for Coach of the Year. Indy 2-0-1 against the spread this season.
The rend is your friend, don’t bet against that. The Dog like the Colts to cover & the OVER.
Everyone wrote of the Colts when Andrew luck retired, but they could be 2-0 except for Adam Vinatieri missing 2 field goals and 3 extra points already.
Indy has one of the best offensive lines in the league and Marlon Mack is enjoying every second of it with 225 yards in 2 games. It gives Jacoby Brissett enough protection to give me confidence he can jockey these Colts.
Falcons Needed a late miracle TD to collect a big win over the Eagles on Sunday night. Lot of money on the Falcons brings this line down to as low as -1 at some points as it opened the week at -3.
To hit the O/U, you’re going to need 6 TDs and 2 FGs. Gonna be close, but when isn’t it. Vegas is good at what they do.
The Dog will be on premise for this one. Home teams making a comeback this week and Indy to take this one. If you can find Colts at -1 or -1.5; The Dog says hop all over it and Pound It! Even Colts -2 still looks to be in your favor. The Dog is gonna get in on the Over in this one.
Delanie Walker – that is a MAN’s performance in Week 1; Hooking up with Mariota twice for scores. In tow was AJ Brown, the third best rookie according to PFF in Week 1. Vrabel and the rest of the Titan’s certainly put Cleveland on notice last week, and the rest of the league should wake up. The Titans are going to be a big money maker this year.
Other notes – Ekeler and Justin Jackson had a productive game on the ground against the Colts last week; expect more of the same out of Derrick Henry and the rest of the Titan’s grounds crew.
Want some more treats? Titan’s might have surprised some last week with a convincing thrashing of the Browns. Not The Dog. Brownies came into the season with a lot of bark, but the Titan’s D muzzled the Brownies last week. Is that Cesar Milano the dog whisperer? No, that’s Mike Vrabel. His coaching led to some stout D, which included 3 INTs and forced Cleveland into 5 punts. Certainly the performance you can build off of headed back home. Colts have some talent but are still unproven, The Dog says:
Titan’s by more than 3.