Updated Super Bowl odds including our four future plays heading to the post-season.
. Greg DePalma and co-host Tony Mejia take an in-depth look at the four playoff games that make up the NFL’s wild card weekend, with divided opinions on the brewing showdown between NFC South rivals New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers. They also review the latest Super Bowl odds and offer a bonus look at the College Football Playoff finale.
Updated Super Bowl odds including our four new additional future plays for Week 17.
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine note the transformation as the New York Jets went from undisciplined with no fight against Carolina to last week’s victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. One week after coach Todd Bowles pronounced his team as “not a playoff contender,” is that still the case?
. Greg DePalma and co-host Tony Mejia react to news of Texans QB Deshaun Watson‘s brilliant rookie season being cut short by a torn ACL in practice and discuss whether the on-again, off-again suspension of Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott will take effect vs. the Chiefs. Also, of the teams at .500 or worse at the season’s midpoint, who’s still positioned to take it deep into the postseason?
Greg DePalma and Jamal Murphy, chief fantasy analyst for Ourlads.com, are joined by fantasy expert Dan Weinreich for a look at key injuries and strategies, including the value of Oakland RBs Jalen Richard or DeAndre Washington as they stand in for the suspended Marshawn Lynch. Also, should Jamaal Charles be the Broncos’ primary ballcarrier when they visit the Chiefs on Monday?
Now that their title odds have dropped in half over the past two weeks, we’re going to add Kansas City to our portfolio this week because the time is right to start investing in the Chiefs.
. Greg DePalma and co-host Tony Mejia look ahead to Week 6 in the NFL, starting with a huge Thursday night matchup that finds the Philadelphia Eagles visiting the Carolina Panthers in a clash of 4-1 teams. On Sunday, the unbeaten Kansas City Chiefs face a Steelers team reeling from last week’s loss to Jacksonville in which Ben Roethlisberger threw five interceptions.
. Greg DePalma and co-host Tony Mejia set the stage for Week 5 in the NFL, starting with Thursday night’s clash that sends the New England Patriots – and a defense ranked dead last in the league – on the road to face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. A tasty Sunday also finds a playoff rematch as Green Bay visits Dallas and lone remaining unbeaten Kansas City at upstart Houston.