Monday, October 21, 2019

33 | Tom Brady and Co. - Patritos beat Jets on MNF 33-0, in 119th regular seeason matchup, October 21, 2019

This was the 119th regular season game between the two teams:

Recall, after Tom Brady finished his game against the Jets, he had 911 passing yards for the season:

That was after Week 3. Now this, in Week 7.  Patriots = 37



  1. Opening line: Vikings, -16.5 points

    Over the past six years, one of the easiest ways to get rich has been to bet against the Redskins in primetime. Since 2013, the Redskins have played a total of 22 night games and they've gone 5-17 both straight-up and ATS. For the 2019 season overall, the Redskins are 2-5 ATS, which is tied for the third worst mark in the NFL. As for the Vikings, they've been one of the safest home bets in the NFL over the past few years. In their past 20 home games, Minnesota has gone 16-4 straight-up and 15-5 ATS


    , Vikings point spread could make history
    By John BreechOct 21, 2019 at 8:34 am ET • 10 min read
    The Minnesota Vikings are favored by so many points this week that they might end up making some history. 

    In the early odds for Week 8, the Vikings have opened up as a 16.5-point favorite over the Redskins, which is notable, because if that point spread gets any bigger, it will turn into the largest point spread ever for a Thursday game

    1. Big favorite won on TNF last week, (Patriots - 17). Redskins keep it close and cover. Feed the sheep!

  2. Don't know if you noticed, but if you add up all the numbers on those jerseys you get 98, like how Patriots = 98.

  3. I was the only one to predict 33pts 😂
    Like I said 11/22 is coming up

    Turn off the lights !

  4. keep an eye on Jim Brown
    Myles Garrett #95 punched in the face
    Belichick skipped town in 95
    Hired by Jets for 1 day

    Browns getting punched in the face 30-9

    No TD’s 3 FG’s 3 picks 1 pick 6 by baker

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  6. 27 is the magic number this season!
    AFC and NFC will be tied at 27 championships each

    Too easy


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