In an ugly battle the Jets will takeout the awful 49ers

In an ugly battle the Jets will takeout the awful 49ers

December 06, 2016 3:00 AM


We closed out our weekly college football picks for GamingToday on a bit of a down note at 1-2 following a 7-2 hot streak over the previous three weeks.  This left us 22-19-1 with GamingToday over the 14-week college football run.

Here are this week’s Top 3 NFL selections:

Take  the EAGLES (+1.5) over Washington: The Eagles are probably reduced to playing the role of spoiler at 5-7 on the year after dropping their last three games to Seattle, Green Bay and Cincinnati by a combined score of 85-42. The Eagles have gone 4-1 both straight-up and against the spread at home this season.

Washington has not helped its playoff chances with back-to-back road losses to Dallas and Arizona and it could end up being a bit road weary this Sunday despite the short trip north on I-95. 

Take JETS (PICK) over San Francisco: The Jets will have to travel out to the West Coast on a short week following Monday night’s home game against Indianapolis, but they could not have picked a better team to face in a straight-up inter-conference clash. 

As a team, San Francisco’s offense generated a grand total of six yards of offense through the air last Sunday with Blaine Gabbert mopping up for a benched Colin Kaepernick at quarterback. It does not get any worse than this.

Take RAVENS (+7.5) over New England: The Ravens have now won four of their last five games both SU and ATS to improve to 7-5 SU with an even 6-6 record ATS. With veteran quarterback Joe Flacco playing at a high level, Baltimore has the overall talent to compete toe-to-toe with any team in the league.

The Patriots had little trouble getting past the Rams, 26-10, as 13-point home favorites, but they will be facing a much tougher opponent at home on Monday night. This game is going to be much closer than the current 7.5-point spread.

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