NFL Week #15 (2018 season)



University Professor. PhD in stats. Proud dad of 2 boys.


WOW! I guess it's fair to say last week was great: 4-0 with the official picks and 4-0 with the leans. Let's keep rolling!

System on Totals

1-1 last week. Overall record: 11-15 (42.3%). Despite the disappointing performance, let's keep tracking the results.

There are two plays meeting the criteria for betting this system this week: over 43.5 Titans-Giants and over 36 Redskins-Jaguars. Let's see how it plays out.


For the second straight week I've got more leans than usual. As a matter of fact, I've got four:

Denver Broncos -3 vs Cleveland Browns. This one was really close to being an official pick. I hesitated a long time before deciding to make it an unofficial one. After a disappointing loss in San Francisco, the Broncos desperately need this game in order to keep pace of the wildcard race. The home crowd will be wild, making it tough for the Browns who will be traveling a couple of time zones for this Saturday game. Injuries are a concern for Denver, which is one of the main reasons this is not an official pick. Proceed with caution.

Pittsburgh Steelers +1.5 vs New England Patriots. Both teams are coming off a very disappointing loss. The Steelers are on a three-game losing skid, and what better way to get back on the winning track than beating the Pats? Pittsburgh will be looking to avenge a 27-24 home loss to New England last season. The Pats will be on the road for the third time in four weeks.

San Francisco 49ers +4.5 vs Seattle Seahawks. Nick Mullens is opening more eyes every week. He did well once again in a 20-14 win over Denver. Sure, Seattle beat the Niners 43-16 just two weeks ago. However, it was the three turnovers that really killed San Francisco. If you look at the numbers, the Niners got 452 total yards versus 331 for Seattle. They did not have too much trouble moving the ball, despite playing in Seattle. This time they will be at home and I expect San Francisco to keep the game very close. Seattle lost a day of preparation following a Monday Night game.

Chicago Bears -6 vs Green Bay Packers. The Bears remember all too well their opening game of the season, where they squandered a 20-0 lead in Green Bay, only to lose 24-23. But will they feel overconfident after shutting down the Rams last week? Will the Packers have a second good game in a row after Mike McCarthy's firing? Those questions make me worry about this pick a little bit...

Week #15 Picks

I sincerely hope you tailed last week's picks because it was truly an unbelievable week. You don't go 8-0 very often (4-0 with official picks, 4-0 with leans).

Season record: 23-16 (59.0% winning percentage).

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     Best of luck fellows!

    Professor MJ