Pick-up Lines: Week 10
Well, yet another week of football in the books, and yet another puzzling look at the Titans. It seems like all the pieces are there, they just haven’t figured out how to get them to all fit together and work properly. A couple of poor decisions and miscues leave the team standing at 4-5 for the season.
Pick-up Lines: Week 9 from @JCNorth_
We got crushed again last week, with a late, multi-unit bet on the New England Patriots for my lungs saving an otherwise lost cause. Road teams continue to work my wallet like a speedbag, going 9-4-1 last week for an overall record of 64-38-2 ATS (61.5%) this season.
In a wild and wonky game, the Titans were able to right the ship and steal one at home against a Chargers team who is also starting off the season slow.
There’s no way around it, last week was my first losing week all year. It hurt. It stung. I was sad. Heading into Monday night needing Matthew Stafford to cover in Lambeau for my lungs was not the best spot for me. But here we are.
Things aren’t looking good for the Tennessee Titans right now, as the team can’t seem to right the sinking ship.
Last week was another winning week (praisethe gambling gods), with a late bet on the Cleveland Browns soiling my record down to 5-4 in what was a profitable week by the slightest of margins. Underdogs and road teams continue to crush it, but I’m banking on regression again this week.
To be blunt, the Titans threw this one away. There were several opportunities for the team to get ahead in the game and take the win, but they were unable to capitalize.
Heading into Week 5, this season has thrown the betting public for a loop, and you can tell just by looking at some of the