I’ve heard a lot of talk over the past two weeks about how The Falcons are done. They peaked halfway through The Super Bowl and haven’t been pointing up since.
Know what The Dog did even before that? I said the Texans are done.
Ever since The Texans let The Jags come into Houston and beat them (even though through some video technicalities Houston did get the W) I drew a big fat line through The Texans.
Atlanta is near the bottom of the league in sacks, but that should change this week as Deshaun continues to be among the most-sacked QBs in the league.
Karma is working against the Texans in this game that is sure to be a fair mix of awesome WR play and hot-garbage. I say it’ll be close and we take the points.
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Kyle Allen was 19 for 26 and 4 TDs filling in for SCam Newton, but he was an undrafted free agent for a reason. Can he do it again? Against this Houston Defense. Nah – Doggy don’t think so.
Deshaun Watson and the dynamic WR combo will be too much for Carolina D to handle. Look for a career game out of him, Texans will run away with this one at home. Pound this Pick.
Take Houston ATS in this Dog Pound Pick & The Over.
Week 3 brings Houston to LA and The Dog likes Houston.
While Houston gets dumped on by 4 feet or rain, the Houston D line will be making it rain on Philip Rivers.
Chargers will be coming off a tough loss in week 2, but even if they manage to improve and complete a game winning drive which is not
The difference maker in this game will be how effective the Chargers’ defensive line is against the ever-struggling Houston O-Line.
The Chargers are coming off a tough loss and Houston seems to be regressing. They got away with a win at home, but this team could easily be 0-2 right now.
Foles is out and Gardner Minshew II is in. Minshew was the 2nd rated rookie on PFF last week. Maybe it just looked so foreign to see a Jags QB put the ball in the air, but some of his deeper throws did actually look pretty good.
Houston showed some flashes last week against New Orleans bu the O-Line still isn’t looking any better. And, this week it isn’t New Orleans. It’s Ngakoue. It’s Josh Allen. It’s Campbell. It’s Myles Jack.
Watson is in for a long day.
I Put this as a close Houston win 24-23. When I saw this line, I salivated.
Put this bet in the Dog Pound.
I blanked my account betting on this one. Who’s going to spot me more?