NFL Sunday is back and I’m hoping my own side can get us back on track.

The Green Bay Packers head to Minnesota in a division clash with the Vikings on a short week. The Pack have won 5 of the last 7 on the road against Minnesota but are yet to taste victory in the U.S. Bank.

Case Keenum will likely start after an attempt to play Sam Bradford against the Bears backfired when he aggravated his knee injury. I watched that game and although the Vikings won they made it more difficult than it should have been.

Mitch Trubisky was playing in his first NFL game of his career and didn’t look too shabby. He did essentially lose the Bears the game with a critical interception late in the fourth but on another night could have marched down the field for the win.

The Bears were also decimated at the linebacker position but stayed in the game. All this bodes well for a red-hot Aaron Rodgers who is now accompanied by a threatening backfield.

The Vikes will be without their top wideout Stefan Diggs, and starting offensive guard, with their starting safety missing practise all week too.

While the Pack will be without starters Kevin King and Morgan Burnett, who will both be missed in our secondary. We might have our two starting tackles playing for the first time this season which is a massive boost considering the d-line we are up against.

If the Packers keep the ball moving this should be an easy win. Keenum will be able to get the yards and Adam Thielen will benefit from Diggs’ absence but Aaron Rodgers has shown multiple times already this season it doesn’t matter if you’re winning in the fourth quarter with not much time left he’ll make a play to win the game.

Kyle Rudolph saw 9 targets in their win against Chicago on Monday night and will likely see that same volume with Diggs out and will also benefit from Burnett missing in the Packers secondary.

Jordan's Tip

  • Kyle Ruldoph (Vikings) Over 39.5 Receiving Yards
  • (10-11, Skybet) – 4.4pts

Early Games Acca

  • Ravens ML
  • Texans -2.5
  • Packers ML
  • Patriots -2.5
  • Falcons -6
  • Redskins -6
  • (6-1, bet365– 2pts
  1. nflfan 5 years ago

    Hello all Detroit +7.5 and Pittsburgh +7.5 double pays 6/4 .

  2. nflfan 5 years ago

    Going to pick a moneyline double in the packers and the raiders Jordan has explained above the pack and I also think Derek Carr back for raiders will see then home double 7/4:hills

  3. nflfan 5 years ago

    Anytime touchdown treble Antonio brown ,Jordy Nelson,Michael crabtree small stake treble 8/1

  4. nflfan 5 years ago

    Where has everyone gone ?

  5. nick 5 years ago

    Rodgers broken collarbone :(

  6. andrewdavison93 5 years ago

    Adrian Peterson anytime touchdown scorer 5/2 @wh

  7. nick 5 years ago

    Good shout on Rudolph, Jordan and Peterson, Andrew ?

  8. andrewdavison93 5 years ago

    Cheers nick ????

  9. nick 5 years ago

    Todd Gurley o83.5, ends with 116 yards. ✔️

    • Jordan 5 years ago

      Nice one, Nick. Rodgers ?

  10. nflfan 5 years ago

    Detroit were bad tonight Steelers won so bet went West with Detroit ?
    Oakland missed extra point no excuse
    Green bay unlucky with Rodgers that’s the NFL very bad night for me

  11. Jordan 5 years ago

    Very bad night in more ways than one yesterday. When you lose your starting QB in the first quarter it will always be a long afternoon, but when it’s Aaron Rodgers, you might as well kiss the season goodbye.

    The Rudolph yards were spot on, but there were still upsets across the board, the 0-5 Giants beating the Broncos in Denver maybe the biggest, but the loss for Green Bay in Minnesota was the loudest with Rodgers out. A home contest against the Saints next week, who had three defensive TD’s against a very experienced Matt Stafford. Brett Hundley best get some good reps in this week, he’s going to need them!

    Tonights AFC contest is a divisional one with Marcus Mariota looking to return under centre for the Titans after two straight losses on the road. The Colts are 2-3, but their two wins have come against opponents that are 0-12 (Browns and 49ers) and only won both of those games by a field goal margin on home turf. Their two road losses have seen them concede 46 points in each against the Seahawks and Rams, in which Jacoby Brissett has thrown three pick sixes and allowed a fumble recovery for a TD.

    While Mariota isn’t a cert to start, he is likely to play over sitting, so the Titans should be able to get the W even if he’s not 100%. Tight End Melanie Walker is a top target for any starting QB the Titans roll out, and with a 70% catch percentage, has the sure hands you need in prop bets. The Colts have allowed the fourth most points to Tight Ends over the last two weeks, so I expect Walker to have a good game at home in primetime. Neither side have generated much of a pass rush this season, but the Colts have allowed Brissett to hit the dirt atlas three times in each of his four starts, with Scott Tolzien taking four sacks on day 1. Expect the Titans to create pressure and force some turnovers. Richard Matthews (Over 55.5 @ BoyleSports) could also be a good bet for his receiving yards too, as he has seen a 29% target rate this season. TY Hilton (Over 78.5 @ 365) has seen almost double the amount of targets than any of his Colts teammates, and will likely be their throw and hope receiver again.

    Delanie Walker (Titans) Over 50.5 Receiving Yards @ 10/11 @ Skybet – 4.4 points

    Special Teams/Defensive TD Scored @ 7/4 @ 365 – 1 point

  12. Jordan 5 years ago


    New Orleans Saints -5 @ 10/11 @ Skybet – 11 points

    • Jordan 5 years ago

      Waited for this line to come out, will be closer to a TD come Sunday. No o-line, no run game, no Rodgers, no chance! New Orleans will beat us all over the field on our own home soil. The crowd will we loud for the first quarter or so, but Hundley will struggle in his first official start. Couldn’t keep up with Case Keenum yesterday let alone Drew Brees and their Saints high power offence.

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