News Vs. Painters predicted packers, line: Carolina the pick

Vs. Painters predicted packers, line: Carolina the pick

-

The Wildcat returns to the 23rd season in the Post. Including the 1997-2018 seasons in Bettor's Guide, Cat record stands in print at 615-520 (54.2 percent) against the dispersed.

Carolina Panthers (+ 5½) over GREEN WAY PACKAGES: There is no question, the Packers came up a little in their visit to California against the quarrymen – but that happens to many Midwestern teams in non-partisan games. Carolina is hitting all rollers behind QB Kyle Allen and RB Christian McCaffrey all-universe. The losers are only lost in the great fate of San Francisco from Allen's wisdom, and they were not optimistic about the defense of Green's McCaffrey. The packers caught Cowboys and Chiefs when they were put up. The Panthers bounce, for one unit.

Minnesota Vikings (+3) over COWBOYS DALLAS: Troops of the coach Mike Zimmer are competing for a playoff eyelashes position within the NFC which is more intense, and Cowboys are entering the most intense part of six weeks of their schedule. A land game of the Vikings could be too much like Dallas inside. The fact that you have a QB Kirk Cousins ​​is facing Dallas coach, Jason Garrett, who goes a long way towards ensuring a probable finish – something that the dog enjoys. In most cases, when Garrett is too dependent on the passport, the Cowboys lose. Skol! – one unit.

Last week: 0-2. USC (L). Searchers (L).
Season: 12-5-1.

. (tags). (t) Picks Sports (t) the wild cat

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest news

Nadal, 15 years without falling in the Davis

February 2004 Rafael Nadal he was a young 17-year-old imberbe who premiered a knockout with Spain in the Davis...

Michael Gregoritsch at the FCA: The Power of Players – Sport

You can not shame it when footballers like Michael Gregoritsch are publicly pushing for a change. Often, however, this...

Tennis: Gerard Piqué, the man who revolutionized the Davis Cup

"I sleep just four or five hours." No, Gerard Piqué is not insomniac. He just does not have time...

A case is piling on the NCAA by James Wiseman's case – including Andrew Yang

“We should be paying NCAA athletes regularly, rather than cutting them off,” said Yang, who described the NCAA decision...
- Advertisement -

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you