Free Preview: NFL PickBook Week 17
A full day of football! Week 17 brings the 2018 regular season to an end, and there's plenty of games to navigate. Rob Trayah looks at games with angles worth exploiting.
Week 17 ends the 2018 regular season, but there's still plenty to play for with just the Saints clinching their spot. Take a look at the games below to try to enhance your wallet before the playoffs.
|Team||Opp||Last5||H/A||STR||WG O/U||WG ML||Caesars O/U||Caesars ML||CGT O/U||CGT ML||BreakDown|
|Buffalo Bills||Miami Dolphins||2-3||4-4||39.5||-265||39.5||-250||39.5||-240||39.5||-250||39||-250||39.5||-263||39.5||-242||Bills -5: Xavier Howard has been ruled out so the short-handed Dolphins defense loses its best player and has to travel to cold Buffalo after losing two straight including last week's dismal 17-7 loss at home to the Jaguars. Miami did beat Buffalo five weeks ago, but should have lost considering Charles Clay's dropped touchdown reception late in the game. Adam Gase's job seems in limbo and with nothing to play for, this is a classic mail-it-in spot. Josh Allen struggled last week, but found a backdoor cover against the Patriots as he looks to end an in-between rookie campaign.|
|Seattle Seahawks||Arizona Cardinals||4-1||6-2||38.5||-800||38.5||-900||38.5||-700||38.5||-700||38.5||38||-667||38.5||-704||Seahawks -13.5 - The Cardinals travel on the road with a possible lame-duck head coach in his first year with Seattle looking to clinch a playoff spot after a solid 38-31 win over the Chiefs on MNF last week. Russell Wilson has let his run game do the talking with Chris Carson, outrushing their opponents in 6-of-7 games and by over 100+ yards in four of those. Arizona has zero to play for here and travels on the road, where they are 2-5 ATS this year. The late kickoff might push this spread so get it before it gets to two touchdowns.|
|Indianapolis Colts||Tennessee Titans||4-1||4-4||43.5||-190||43.5||-185||43.5||-180||43||-180||43.5||-180||43.5||-175||43.5||Colts ML - With Marcus Mariota apparently not ready to go tonight, the Colts will see Blaine Gabbert and the Titans D on the road. A field goal spread seems appropriate so for this first "playoff" game, take the moneyline here. Titans have won four straight against the gauntlet of the Jets, Jaguars, Giants and Redskins (sans Alex Smith and Colt McCoy) while the Colts have won three straight against the Texans, Cowboys, and Giants and 8-of-9. You tell me which is the better ran.|