NFL tips: Our 8/1 four-fold for Week 8
Jack Green is predicting victories for three playoff-chasing NFC teams in his boosted NFL tips for this Sunday's action.
If you had put £10 on all of Jack Green's boosted NFL tips this season, you would be £95 in profit by now. Here are his picks for Week 8.
Carolina Panthers to beat Baltimore Ravens
The Panthers earned their first away victory of the season against the Eagles last week, and they look a great bet at odds against on Sunday.
Carolina have won all three of their games on home turf this season, while the Ravens are 2-2 on the road, having lost to the Browns and Bengals.
Baltimore have averaged fewer than 20 points per away game so far this season, and that won’t be enough to beat the Panthers, who have broken the 30-point mark in two of their three home games.
Chicago Bears to beat New York Jets
Chicago have lost back-to-back games, but they should bounce back against the Jets this week.
New York were beaten 37-17 by the Vikings last time out, and they’ve lost their last two away games to the Browns and Jaguars, who currently have a combined record of 5-8-1.
The Jets have allowed 300 passing yards on four separate occasions this season, and they’ll struggle to stop a Bears offense that has torched both the Patriots and Dolphins through the air in the past two weeks.
Detroit Lions to beat Seattle Seahawks
The Lions moved to 3-3 for the season with a 32-21 win over the Dolphins last week, and they’ve now won two games in a row, scoring over 30 points in both.
They face a Seahawks team that have lost two of their three away games this season, beating only the then-winless Cardinals.
Detroit had plenty of success running the ball with rookie Kerryon Johnson last week, and he should enjoy a big day against the Seahawks, whose 4.7 rushing yards allowed per play is the joint-sixth most in the NFL.
Indianapolis Colts to beat Oakland Raiders
The Colts earned their second win of the season last week by thrashing the Bills 37-5, and they’ve looked a much better team this year than their 2-5 record suggests.
The Raiders, meanwhile, have looked every bit a 1-6 team, and they will be without two of their biggest playmakers this week after Amari Cooper was traded to the Cowboys and Marshawn Lynch was placed in injured reserve.
Oakland have allowed the most yards per pass attempt in the NFL, and that bodes poorly for them against Colts QB Andrew Luck, who has thrown 15 touchdowns over the past four weeks.
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