Cincinnati @ Cleveland (Thur.) - Confirmed, the Browns still suck as bad as ever, do not know if they are even worthy of being a touchdown favorite over a Mid American Conference school.
NY Giants @ Chicago - Burning question, will Trevor Bauer send a drone into Soldier Field? This game could use that distraction.
Atlanta @ Dallas - Like 0-1 teams coming off a tough loss in winnable game v. Rams. Look for Dallas to easily cover the 4.5.
Detroit @ Green Bay - Alert: Clete Blakeman gets the officiating assignment, he oversaw the Monday Night debacle between the two teams last year. Lions could have easily won one or both games v. GB in 2019. Only problem now is we now know for sure Aaron Rodgers is very pissed and is set to take it out on rest of NFC North for next two years.
Jacksonville @ Tennessee - Titans opened as an 11-point favorite and simply not built to blow out the opposition.
Minnesota @ Indianapolis - Vikings another team that cannot afford to drop to 0-2, Jacoby Brissett will be Indy’s starting QB for Week 3.
Buffalo @ Miami - Cupcake early schedule for Bills, who remain a nice cute story, can they improve on that moniker.
San Francisco @ NY Jets - Niners know how to beat the daylights out of Green Bay but somehow fall to lesser opposition such as Atlanta and Arizona at home. Long plane ride but wrong week to face the Niners, Adam Gase resigns Monday and immediately becomes a WWE manager. One door closes, another opens...
LA Rams @ Philadelphia - Major line move on this game, Rams opened as three-point underdogs but now favorites. Go with Eagles as they show up every other week on way to another 9-7 season.
Denver @ Pittsburgh - Do not like 7.5 point lines. Denver always keeps it close, playing just well enough to lose when career coordinator Vic Fangio’s conservative ways cost his team at the end.
Carolina @ Tampa Bay - Bucs finding out both Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski past their expiration date. Panthers will be work in progress for a while with rookie college coach but like them as nine-point dogs.
Washington @ Arizona - Burgolders got it right on two fronts in off-season, hiring Ron Rivera and drafting Chase Young. Early returns say Washington will be more competitive than expected.
Kansas City @ Chargers - Finally, the Chargers will enjoy not having a home-field disadvantage, since no in-person attendance will be allowed which keeps Kansas City riff-raff out. Dean Spanos rooting for pandemics and wildfires to keep on coming.
Baltimore @ Houston - Seven points is a lot for a road favorite, especially against another 2019 division winner, but Ravens should be up for that task.
New England @ Seattle - Expert meteorologist Pete Carroll has looked at forecast and believes air quality conditions will be good to go! We will see about his goal-line play calling if game is on the line in waning seconds.
New Orleans @ Raiders - Drew Brees also beginning to act his age and top receiver Michael Thomas out a while. Like Raiders to at least cover in home opener.
Last Week: 8-6-1, Strongest Plays: 3-2
Strong Plays ATS Week 2: Dallas v. Atlanta, Jacksonville @ Tennessee, San Francisco @ NY Jets, Washington @ Arizona, Baltimore @ Houston