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

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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Packers +1.5 vs Falcons

The (1-0) Green Bay Packers are on the road against the  (1-0) Atlanta Falcons. The Packers defeated the Chicago Bears, 38-20. The Falcons were victorious over the Carolina Panthers, 24-10.

The Atlanta Falcons were able to dominate the Panthers by being physical in the run game. Tyler Allgeier ran for 75 yards on 15 carries, two of those carries were for touchdowns. Bijan Robinson had 10 carries for 55 yards. The game plan was to lean on the rushing attack and not ask quarterback Desmond Ridder to do too much. Ridder went 15/18 for 115 yards.

Green Bay’s run defense looks to be pretty stout as they held the Bears to 122 rushing yards. Bears quarterback Justin Fields accounted for 59 of those yards. Desmond Ridder is no where near the running threat that Fields is. Atlanta’s offensive production is heavily weighted on their ability to run the ball. The Packers defense should slow down the run game. Ridder will not be able to carry the offense through the air.

The Packers offense looked very good against the Bears. Atlanta’s defense looked very good against the Panthers. The Panthers offense may be among the worst in the NFL. The Packers offense should have an easier time duplicating their success than Atlanta’s defense. Due to the limited nature of Atlanta’s offense and the balance of Green Bay’s team. The Packers will defeat Atlanta. Take the Packers +1.5 or straight up on the money line.

Buccaneers -2.5 vs Bears

The (1-0) Tampa Bay Buccaneers are hosting the (0-1) Chicago Bears. In week one the Bucs upset the Minnesota Vikings, 20-17. The Chicago Bears were thoroughly outplayed by the Packers, 38-20.

Tampa Bay defeated the Vikings with a collaborative effort from both the offense and defense. The defense forced three turnovers while the offense didn’t turnover the ball at all. A great formula to win games is to win the turnover battle, three to zero. The Bears lost the turnover battle to the Packers, 2-0.

This trend will continue as the Bucs take advantage of the Bears on Sunday. Justin Fields struggled against the Packers defense and there is no reason to believe he will do better against Tampa Bay. Fields was sacked four times and had two turnovers against Green Bay.

Last season the Bears had the 32nd ranked defense in the NFL and they have not looked like an improved unit so far this season. In week one, the Packers moved the ball pretty easily through the air. Baker Mayfield should be able to move the ball as well. Especially when you consider the wide receivers that he is throwing to. Mike Evans and Chris Godwin are one of the best wide receiver duos in the NFL.

The Buccaneers should defeat the Bears handily. Take the Bucs -2.5!

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