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Burn City Bets: Can’t Miss Spreads for NFL Week Two (Part 2)

Last week we went 3-2 in our five can’t miss spreads. The Los Angeles Rams shocked the NFL world by defeating the Seattle Seahawks, 30-13. The game between the Arizona Cardinals and Washington Commanders was closer than most expected. The Commanders won by only four points and the spread was Washington by 7. Let’s see if we can make up for those two losses this week.

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Ravens +3 vs Bengals

The (1-0) Baltimore Ravens are going on the road to face the (0-1) Cincinnati Bengals. In week one, the Ravens were able to defeat the Houston Texans, 25-9. The Bengals were dominated by the Cleveland Browns, 24-3.

Baltimore’s defense played very well in their win. Which allowed the offense get through a rough start. The Ravens held the Texans to 268 total yards and sacked Houston’s quarterback C.J. Stroud, five times. Houston also struggled to run the ball as the Ravens held them to 72 yards on 23 carries. That is 3.13 yards per carry.

Cincinnati’s offense should be much better than the Texan’s offense but they did not show that in week one. Joe Burrow went 14/31 for 82 yards as he struggled to deal with the consistent pressure provided by Myles Garrett and the Browns defensive line.

Baltimore had the third ranked defense in the league last season. The Bengals offensive line may struggle against this defense in the same way they did against the Browns. Both offenses are looking to improve in week two and the Ravens defense will make that very tough on Cincinnati. Cincinnati’s slow start will continue. Take the Raven +3 or straight up on the money line.

Colts +1.5 vs Texans

The (0-1) Indianapolis Colts are going on the road to play against the (0-1) Houston Texans. Last week, the Colts lost to the Jacksonville Jaguars, 31-21. The Texans fell to the Baltimore Ravens, 25-9.

In the loss, Indianapolis showed a lot of positive signs that may lead them to win against Houston. Colts quarterback Anthony Richardson was the most impressive among the rookie quarterbacks in week one. He went 24/37 for 223 yards, one touchdown, and one interception. Michael Pittman Jr had eight receptions for 97 yards and one touchdown. The connection between those two is essential to the success of the Colts offense. It’s a very good sign that they are already in a rhythm.

The Texans were able to slow down the Ravens offense in the first half and keep the game close. In the second half the game got away from them as Baltimore started to find themselves offensively. Houston did not show much on the offensive side of the ball as they only scored nine points.

The Colts gave up 31 points to the Jaguars. Jacksonville has one of the top ten quarterbacks in the NFL in Trevor Lawrence throwing to a dynamic set of skill players. Houston does not provide that same threat as the rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud is throwing to an unproven group of wide receivers.

This should be a low scoring game that is edged out by the Colts. Take the Colts +1.5 or straight up to win on the money line.

Browns -2.5 vs Steelers

The (1-0) Cleveland Browns are playing against the (0-1) Pittsburgh Steelers in Pittsburgh on Monday Night Football. These two teams had total opposite experiences in week one. Cleveland dominated the Cincinnati Bengals, 24-3. Pittsburgh got demolished by the San Francisco 49ers, 30-7.

Pittsburgh was not able to get anything going on the offensive side of the ball. Steelers quarter Kenny Pickett went 31/46 for 232 yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions. He was also sacked five times in the game. The Steelers run game was also stuck in mud. Najee Harris had six carries for 31 yards, which doesn’t seem too bad but one of those carries was for 24 yards. So, the other five carries were for only seven yards.

Cleveland’s defense was dominant against the Bengals. Cincinnati’s offense was only able to gain a total of 142 yards for the game. Joe Burrow had one of the worst performances of the week from the quarterback position. The corner backs for the Browns were able to play close man to man coverage as they knew Burrow would not have much time to let his receivers get open. They will be able to play against the Steelers in a very similar fashion.

San Francisco has a one-man wrecking crew in Nick Bosa on their defensive line that makes it so much easier for his teammates to get sacks. Drake Jackson benefited in a major way as he had three sacks against Pittsburgh. Cleveland has one of the few players who may be just as good as Bosa in Myles Garrett. Garrett and the rest of that defensive line will make this a terrible night for the Steelers offense. Browns should win this one. Take the Browns -2.5!!

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Burn City Bets: Can’t Miss Spreads for NFL Week Two

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