NFL Trump card End of the week Bettors Guide Justin Jefferson slants this one away from the Goliaths


Monsters at VIKINGS
Sunday, 4:30 p.m., Vikes by 3, 48 ½

HANK’S HONEYS: Everyone appears to adore the Monsters as longshots here as a result of their German shepherd-like persistence joined with the general inclination that the Vikings are cheats who got lucky in dominating so many close matches. Be that as it may, there ought to be some brake-siphoning prior to risking everything blue. We figure out the happiness over making the end of the season games and the resurgence of the offense but on the other hand we’re checking out at a sum of two successes since Nov. 20, one over the hapless Foals and the other over the fair Authorities. The confidence comes from the Monsters’ Christmas Eve excursion to Minneapolis, where they outgained Minny by more than 100 and lost on a ringer beating field objective. It was, truth be told, the main game where the Goliaths looked equipped for winning a shootout. Without a doubt, the Vikings have the most terrible safeguard out of all the season finisher groups and in the end of the season games, protection matters. In any case, the Goliaths’ guard played a really impressive game the last time with 11 hits and four sacks on Kirk Cousins despite everything lost. With the Vikings getting back two O-linemen who were missing then, Cousins will have additional opportunity to find Justin Jefferson for lump plays. That is the matchup that panics us and could shift this game

IF I Had a little money to burn: Vikings and the over.

Saturday, 4:30 p.m., Niners by 9 ½, 43

HANK’S HONEYS: It will be Seattle climate with the potential for weighty downpour and that ought to hold the score down (TAKE THE UNDER!) yet that may not be sufficient to keep the guests inside the number. While the 49ers picked up speed throughout the season, Seattle hasn’t looked perfect since before its pre-bye excursion to Germany. They are 3-4 since, including two tight wins (the two ATS misfortunes) over the hapless Rams and one win over the punchless Planes. The 49ers have the best safeguard in the end of the season games and the Seahawks have the close to-most horrendously awful. That divergence is considerably more noteworthy against the run and running the football is at the center of the two offenses. Geno Smith must convey the Seahawks assuming they will get any opportunity here and that will open him to a 49ers pass rush that figures to be all over him. The Niners are the best-adjusted group in the end of the season games. Brock Purdy has substantiated himself fit at QB and working in Kyle Shanahan’s assorted offense, he ought to be generally tranquil in his first postseason start.

The odds being what they are: 49ers and the under.

Saturday, 8:15 p.m., Chargers by 2 ½, 47 ½

HANK’S HONEYS: Play the over first. There ought to be a lot of focuses here in the principal season finisher games for Trevor Lawrence and Justin Herbert and the all out is generally low. Additionally, look past the uniformly paired QB matchup and to the matchup between Doug Pederson and Brandon Staley. Pederson has a 4-2 record in the postseason including a Super Bowl win, while Staley has no season finisher experience. That matters. The two groups ended on a positive note however the Chargers went facing a lot of lightweights. The Pumas (5-0 as home canines) just traversed what added up to a season finisher game against the Titans. You can toss out the Pumas’ Week 3 defeat of the Bolts in L.A. The Chargers were destroyed by wounds. All things considered, the Mike Williams injury, which might have been stayed away from had Staley rested his starters in Denver, hangs weighty here. Herbert wasn’t the equivalent at whatever point he missed either Williams or Keenan Allen this season. In conclusion, Lawrence can hope to get more out of Travis Etienne than Herbert will from Austin Ekeler. The Chargers were among the most obviously terrible groups protecting the run this season.

IF I Had some money to burn: Pumas and the over.

Sunday, 1 p.m., Bills by 13 1/2, 43 1/2

HANK’S HONEYS: No Tua Tagovailoa. No Teddy Bridgewater. No possibility for the Dolphins. To exacerbate the situation, they will be joined uninvolved by RB Raheem Mostert and perhaps LT Terron Armstead. There a way imaginable that Skylar Thompson and Jeff Wilson Jr is as well. will coordinate focuses with Josh Allen and a superior running match-up? Not in this enormous a game in Plantation Park. The Bills have been trusting that the end of the season games will start since those doomed 13 seconds in Kansas City. With Damar Hamlin released from the emergency clinic, we guessed there’s an opportunity he could be in the house. Regardless of whether he’s not, he’s one more immense persuading factor for the Bills as they charge toward the Super Bowl. Not stressed that the line hopped like Michael Jordan after the Tua news. Beginning around 2010, NFL twofold digit season finisher top choices have gone 11-0.

The odds being what they are: Bills and the under.

Sunday 8:15 p.m., Bengals by 8 1/2, 41

HANK’S HONEYS: The AFC North adversaries face each other in consecutive weeks subsequent to strolling through the ordinary season finale. The Ravens played somewhat well while losing 27-16 without a few critical starters and with Anthony Brown at QB however the Bengals took their foot off the gas in the wake of expecting a 17-point halftime lead. They will not in that frame of mind as everything focuses to a defeat. Regardless of whether Lamar Jackson can some way or another limp onto the field (and that is very impossible), the Ravens need more offense to hang with the Bengals. Baltimore’s guard can stop the run yet that is just about a reconsideration for Cincy. Everything revolves around Joe Tunnel’s arm and with the Ravens permitting 232.2 air yards per game this year, he will have a few delicious matchups to take advantage of in the optional. Cincy’s protection has come in during the group’s eight-game series of wins and you simply get the inclination that the Bengals are set to make another long season finisher run, going unnoticed once more.

The odds being what they are: Bengals and the under.
Ranchers at BUCS
Monday, 8:15 p.m., Ranchers by 2 ½, 45

HANK’S HONEYS: Two of the most baffling, unusual groups get together in the end of the season games subsequent to opening the ordinary season against one another in Dallas. The Cowpokes appeared as though quite possibly of the most horrendously awful group in the association in Landover last week, where Dak Prescott (a disturbing 0-4 ATS in the end of the season games) kept on hurling the ball for snatches. He’s been taken out multiple times in 11 games and he will be facing an optional that can ball-sell as well as anyone. The Bucs recipe has been to stick around and let Tom Brady do something amazing in the final quarter and seeing that occurrence here is simple. Believing the Cattle rustlers, particularly outside on grass is hard. Be that as it may, when you boil down to it, the Ranchers are the better group with more potential for illuminating the scoreboard. They’ve played better in the games that matter and this one matters a great deal. Micah Parsons and DeMarcus Lawrence lead a guarded front that can get into Brady’s face rapidly. The Bucs are getting better along that inconvenient O-line yet we actually couldn’t say whether they’ll have Master Bowl focus Ryan Jensen.

CAN’T HELP YOURSELF? Ranchers and the under.

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