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Scott Spreitzer turns his attention to the NFL after a winning Friday/Saturday in CFB. He's on 16-9 & 121-83 winning NFL runs. Grab Sunday's card including his first SMACKDOWN of the season (30-11)!
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I'm backing the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. We had the Jags in week-1, citing in part, the impressive moves the team made in the off-season. They should have beaten Green Bay outright, outgaining the Pack 348-294. Last weekend, the Jags looked hungover from the heartbreaking week-one loss. They're back home and while their record says 0-2 and Baltimore's says 2-0, I believe the better team is the one without a win. Baltimore handled the dysfunctional Buffalo Bills & Cleveland Browns...barely. The Ravens were actually outgained by the Browns, including allowing 145 yards rushing on 6.3 yards per carry. We believe the additions made in the off-season will come to the forefront in this one for the Jags and expect domination in the trenches. We're betting the Jags put one in the win column against the Ravens and their sluggish offense, ranked in the bottom-third in the league. Baltimore enters just 5-15 ATS in their last 20 off a win, while the Jags have covered four of their last five, overall, and they beat the Ravens in Baltimore last season. I'm backing the Jaguars, my first Smackdown release of the season. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.