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NFL Week 2

The best thing about the NFL season is that there’s always next week.

And after a huge opening week of the 2018 NFL season, we’ve got a number of teams out for early redemption.

How did our tips go last week? Check out our Week 1 preview.

Ahead of this week, we’ve taken an even closer look at these matches:

New England vs. Jacksonville
Minnesota vs. Green Bay

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Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals (-1) O/U 45

The Ravens were more than impressive in their opening game beating the Buffalo Bills 47-3. Their defense was more than solid in the game holding Buffalo to only 153 total yards, but that defense should be tested more in this game facing a Bengals’ team that scored 34 points in their season opener. Cincinnati beat the Indianapolis Colts 34-23 in their opener. The underdog is 7-1 ATS in the last eight games between these teams and that trend will continue with the Ravens covering on Thursday night.

San Diego Chargers (-7) vs. Buffalo Bills O/U 43

The Chargers racked up the most yards of any team in Week 1, but still lost to the Kansas City Chiefs 38-28. They gave up the big play too often and at least in this game will face a Bills’ team that scored three points in their opening game and only had 153 total yards of offense. Buffalo used two quarterbacks in the game and a starter has not been named. Take the Chargers in this one, even giving seven points facing a Buffalo team that may be in for a long season.

Houston Texans (-1.5) vs. Tennessee Titans O/U 45.5

The Texans lost to the New England Patriots 27-20 in their opener and face a Titans team that may be without starting quarterback Marcus Mariota. The Titans lost their first game 27-20 to the Miami Dolphins and with an uncertain quarterback situation they will lose this game as well. Take the Texans to cover in this AFC South matchup.

Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets (-3) O/U 44

Sam Darnold had a great debut for the Jets in Week 1 and both the Jets and Dolphins are 1-0. The Dolphins are 1-5-1 ATS in their last seven games facing teams from the AFC East. Look for that trend to continue, as the Jets will win and cover in their house.

Indianapolis Colts vs. Washington Redskins (-6) O/U 46.5

The Colts lost their season opener, but at least Andrew Luck played and that is good news for Indy fans. However, they are on the road facing a Redskins’ team that was very impressive in their opener beating the Arizona Cardinals 24-6 on the road. In the Nation’s Capital take Washington in this non-conference affair.

Carolina Panthers vs. Atlanta Falcons (-6) O/U 44.5

The Panthers won their season opener with a good running game and solid defense and the Falcons dropped their opener. Matt Ryan will rebound with a big game at home and lead the Falcons to the win. The home team is 5-1 ATS in the last six games between these teams and that will continue with Atlanta winning and covering at home.

Minnesota Vikings vs. Green Bay Packers (-1) O/U 46.5

Aaron Rodgers was injured and his status is uncertain in this game. However, I think he will play and beat the Vikings, who knocked him out for the season last year with an injury. Take Green Bay at home in this NFC North contest.

Cleveland Browns vs. New Orleans Saints (-9) O/U 49.5

After losing all 16 games last season the Browns opened this season with a rare tie. However, they will get beaten badly in this game by Drew Brees and the Saints, who took a loss in the season opener, but scored 40 points. Even giving nine points the Saints are the pick in this game.

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Kansas City Chiefs vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (-4) O/U 52.5

The Chiefs won their season opener making big plays even though they gave up over 500 total yards. The Steelers played to a tie facing the Browns last week turning the ball over six times. That will not happen in this game and Pittsburgh will win and cover.

Detroit Lions vs. San Francisco 49ers (-6) O/U 48

Both of these teams are 0-1, but while the 49ers played a tough Vikings team close the Lions were embarrassed in their opener. At home San Fran rack up the yards and pick up the win also covering the spread.

Arizona Cardinals vs. L.A. Rams (-13) O/U 45

The Rams won their opener and have the biggest point spread in Week two facing a Cardinals’ team that only scored six points in their opener, which was at home no less. Even giving 13 points L.A. is the team to take in this NFC West game.

Oakland Raiders vs. Denver Broncos (-6) O/U 46

Jon Gruden’s return to the Raiders in Week 1 was not a good one with a loss. The Broncos won their opener despite some turnovers. Oakland may not get the win, but Derek Carr and company will play well in the Mile High City and the Raiders will at least cover the spread getting six points.

New England Patriots (-1) vs. Jacksonville Jaguars O/U 45

This is a rematch of last season’s AFC Championship Game. That game was won by the Patriots and this game will be as well, as while the Jags have the defense New England has Tom Brady. Take the Patriots in this game.

New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys (-3) O/U 42

Both of these teams lost their openers and each struggled to move the chains. In the Big D Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliot will grind out a NFC East win in this one covering the spread as well.

Seattle Seahawks vs. Chicago Bears (-3.5)

Both of these teams lost close games last week and the Bears are the home favorite in this Monday Night primetime game. Seattle has covered the spread in four of their last five games facing the Bears and have also covered in four of their last five games facing them in Chicago. Russell Wilson will play well in this game and the Seahawks will not only cover, but also get the win.