NFL Week 11 ATS Hit List: Wanna Add a Unique Prop?
Just getting it done was half the battle.
The question now is, will any team sign Kaepernick after he's been outta the league since 2017?
Bovada puts it in terms that could make you a bitta pocket change ...
- Odds that an NFL team signs him: +500
- Odds that he goes unsigned: -900
Numbers-wise, there were all sortsa caveats -- such as the San Francisco 49ers sucked in 2015 and 2016 -- but over Kaepernick's final two seasons:
- San Francisco was a combined 3-16 SU in the 19 games he started,
- He posted a 59% completion rate, and
- He averaged only 202 passing yards per game.
Still, dude only needs one believer outta the 32 NFL teams ...
So, do you believe that's gonna happen? You now have a shot at making your opinon pay off.
We don't have a suggestion either way, but we do have some solid thoughts on four games today. Just know we based them on the early lines. If you're of the belief that we're on to something, please check the numbers to see where they currently stand.
Denver Broncos +9½ at Minnesota Vikings
Denver’s defense has gotten better by the week, though. The Broncos also beat Cleveland, 24-19, in their last game. Denver's 4-1 ATS in their last 5. That’s a strong enough trend to back the Ponies.
Result: Minnesota 27 Denver 23 ... Broncos cover
New Orleans Saints -4½ at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Saints stunk it up against the rival Atlanta Falcons in Week 10, being dominated to the tune of a 26-9 beatdown.
Dudes had their chances. They left three red-zone trips with field goals. Their defense allowed Atlanta to sack Drew Brees 6 times. Although the Saints looked awful, they should get healthy against Bruce's Boys.
Back New Orleans to dominate in a bounceback effort.
Result: New Orleans 34 Tampa Bay 17 ... Saints cover
Arizona Cardinals +13½ at San Francisco 49ers
Arizona pushed San Francisco in their last head-to-head, losing 28-25.
This time, the Cardinals get them off short rest. Not only did San Francisco play on Monday, but they went against a big rival, the Seattle Seahawks.
Arizona figures to take advantage of a tired 49ers squad and, while the computer simulations beg to differ, I think they should keep this game much closer than the 13½ points.
Result: San Francisco 36 Arizona 26 ... Cardinals cover
Chicago Bears at Los Angeles Rams -6½
The Rams’ offense hit a brick wall in Week 10 in the form of a Steelers crew that topped them, 17-12.
The Rams can get back on track this Sunday by throwing to Cooper Kupp. Dude saw only 4 targets while Robert Woods saw 11. If the Bears ignore Pittsburgh's strategy and let Jared Goff throw more to Kupp, the Rams will win and cover.
Result: Rams 17 Bears 7 ... Rams cover
Sportbet Columnist: Josh Bailey ... Today: 4-0
Aspiring to become the Mark Twain of sportswriting, Josh has been labelled as the up-&-coming sportswriter of the year by absolutely nobody and the new heavy hitter in sports handicapping by his mother.