IT'S championship weekend in the NFL and once again there is a low long-rush line for Dion Lewis this time.

Last week I tipped Le’Veon Bell to break his 15.5 barrier against the Jags, and he did it twice within his first six carries. Tonight the Patriots lead runner Dion Lewis will get a chance to break his line of 13.5, which for his speed and elusiveness is quite the joke.

Questions about Brady's hand injury all week might help this out, although I imagine the Patriots played on it more than they needed to. All we’ve heard about the Jaguars this season is how quick they can get to the QB. That doesn’t matter when you’re running the ball.

Rex Burkhead could return to action for New England after supposedly him causing the Brady injury. He was a TD machine when healthy and would be my bet for a TD.

Also taking a double over both games. Jags might have the defence to beat Brady but the Patriots D has been quietly wrecking offences over the past few weeks. To beat New England in Foxborugh you need to put up points. Bortles did it in Pittsburgh last week but this will be a whole different animal.

Two of the top defences meet in the NFC championship but I expect this one to see plenty of points from both sides of the ball and on the alternate this has every chance. The Eagles are seeing the money on the +3. A 20-17 scoreline sees the alternate land.

Jordan's Tips

  • Dion Lewis Longest Rush over 13.5 yards (8.05pm)
  • (4-5, bet365– 5pts
  • Patriots -3.5 (11.40pm)
  • Vikings v Eagles over 31 total points
  • (17-20, bet365) – 4pts
15 Comments
  1. crofty 9 months ago

    Am I the only one who can’t access this market on Bet365?

    It shows on site but when I go to open it drop down doesn’t show.

  2. crofty 9 months ago

    Mobile I’ll give it a try from desktop.

  3. Author
    Jordan 9 months ago

    Taking a double over both games. Jags might have the defense to beat Brady, but the Patriots D has been quietly wrecking offences over the past few weeks. To beat New England ix Foxborough, you need to put up points. Bortles did it in Pittsburgh last week, but this will be a whole different animal.

    Two of the top defences meet in the NFC championship, but I expect this one to see plenty of points from both sides of the ball, and on the alternate this has every chance. I like the Likes to win but the Eagles are seeing the money on the +3. A 20-17 scoreline see’s the alternate land.

    Patriots -3.5
    Vikings/Eagles Over 31 Total Points @ 17/20 @ 365 – 4 points

  4. crofty 9 months ago

    Sorted now thanks @jordan ?

    Worked fine on desktop, can’t say I’ve ever had that before.

    Good luck with your bets.

  5. nick 9 months ago

    Dioooooooooon, nice one Jordan!

  6. Author
    Jordan 9 months ago

    Lewis on the last play of the game ??

    Pats cover the -3.5 ??

    Brady ?

  7. crofty 9 months ago

    Never in doubt ?

  8. Author
    Jordan 9 months ago

    Not gonna lie @crofty, I thought we were done at HT ?

  9. crofty 9 months ago

    I thought the fumble would be his last play of the game @jordan I suppose sometimes it just rolls for us!

    Good call as usual mate thanks ?

    • Author
      Jordan 9 months ago

      TO be fair I thought the double pass on that fumble should have been a run as I thought it went backwards. Hey ho, that’s just how this game is. I have a personal bet on the Vikings to win the NFC. That one was a sweat last week ?

  10. Author
    Jordan 9 months ago

    Two out of two in the championship games (just). One more game until I have to wait an absurd amount of time before a sniff of football.

    The NBA is still going strong so expect more focus on there as we get to the playoffs. Two home favourites tonight who I I’m teasing down.

    Pelicans ML
    Rockets -3.5

    70/100 @ 365 – 5 points

  11. Author
    Jordan 9 months ago

    Both games tip off at 1:00AM

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