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Beat the Spread Week 15: Only one person finished with negatives

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Ok, that person was me

NFL: New York Giants at Washington Redskins Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

Beat the Spread Week 14

Week 14 Favorite Underdog Feslen Pete Mark Sixtus
Week 14 Favorite Underdog Feslen Pete Mark Sixtus
BUF -3.5 Buffalo Bills New York Jets 7.5
CAR -1.5 Carolina Panthers Cleveland Browns 7.5 7.5
GB -5 Green Bay Packers Atlanta Falcons
KC -6.5 Kansas City Chiefs Baltimore Ravens 3.5
NE -7.5 New England Patriots Miami Dolphins 8.5
NO -9.5 New Orleans Saints Tampa Bay Buccaneers
NYG -3.5 New York Giants Washington Redskins -20.5
HOU -4.5 Houston Texans Indianapolis Colts 7.5 7.5
LAC -14 Los Angeles Chargers Cincinnati Bengals 9
DAL -3.5 Dallas Cowboys Philadelphia Eagles
PIT -10 Pittsburgh Steelers Oakland Raiders
DET -3 Detroit Lions Arizona Cardinals
LAR -3 Los Angeles Rams Chicago Bears
SEA -3 Seattle Seahawks Minnesota Vikings
Total Week 14 22.5 0 -4 19.5

Week 14 High Level Overview

Current Totals

  1. Feslen 39.5 (Whatever his method to madness is, it’s working well, he’s up another 22pts)
  2. Sixtus: -45.5 (From last to…2nd behind the Browns, Ravens and Dolphins, all three netting positive numbers)
  3. Mark -53 (Washington burned me bad)
  4. Pete: -65 (No picks this week)

Beat the Spread Week 15

Week 15 Favorite Underdog
Week 15 Favorite Underdog
Hou -6.5 Houston Texans New York Jets
DEN -2.5 Denver Broncos Cleveland Browns
BUF -2 Buffalo Bills Detroit Lions
CHI -6 Chicago Bears Green Bay Packers
CIN -3 Cincinnati Bengals Oakland Raiders
MIN -7.5 Minnesota Vikings Miami Dolphins
NYG -2 New York Giants Tennessee Titans
JAX -7.5 Jacksonville Jaguars Washington Redskins
BAL -7.5 Baltimore Ravens Tampa Bay Buccaneers
SEA -3.5 Seattle Seahawks San Francisco 49ers
NE -2.5 New England Patriots Pittsburgh Steelers
LAR -11.5 Los Angeles Rams Philadelphia Eagles
NO -6.5 New Orleans Saints Carolina Panthers
Total Week 15

Idiom of the week: Keep your nose to the grindstone

History: knife grinders when sharpening blades was to lie flat on their fronts with their faces near the grindstone in order to hold the blades against the stone

Ex: Feslen must be giving pep talks to the teams he picks as those underdog teams are keeping their noses to the grindstone.