2013 NFL Best Bets from Week 4: SEATTLE (over Houston), NEW ENGLAND (over Atlanta), and SAN DIEGO (over Dallas)… all outright winners as predicted at SafePicks.com!!! Well, congrats to ALL SP users who cashed in with our best bets last week. You should see our Best Bets for NFL Week 5! Go to SafePicks.com to find out more… join free.
AND… We just love feedback! This note was in our inbox this morning 09/27 a Vegas winner…
Dear Bo @Safepicks… We have a friend who told us about your web site. Our friend has been using your web site for years. Honestly, we were a little skeptical about it and the other web sites out there like yours. My husband and I arrived yesterday morning in Las Vegas for a 2 night business stay at Caesars Palace. The plan is to gamble during our down time!
We’re amateurs here and we wanted to bet on the TNF game just for fun last night! So we decided to go to your web site and use your free 49ers pick. And then when I asked, you were kind enough to email me back your second pick, predicting the game to go over the total. Our betting slip is a winner thank you! Makes watching the games with my husband so much fun! We’ll probably gamble the winnings away tonight in the casino Lol. But I really wanted you to know that as soon as we get back home we are joining your web site! You did not even have to reply to me but you still did anyway! Thanks again.
Terri-Lynn & Derrick C.
On any given Sunday, anything can and WILL happen. It’s the National Football League after all! Still, we analyzed every single game of the season, and we picked a winner – during boring NFL preseason play. As a result, we have a final win-loss record for every team in the National Football League by division (along with their Super Bowl odds as of 09/01/2013). Now, don’t bet the farm on this – we should take these predictions with a grain of salt… as several unforeseen circumstances are not factored in here. For that, we would need a crystal ball to read the future (i.e. injuries, etc.). But for the most part, we’re sticking with these win loss predictions, win or lose. All for fun and fun for all. Heck, we are almost 11 years online (at SafePicks.com) with a ton of loyal followers – so I think we know a thing or two about NFL picks & predictions. Let’s hope some of you capitalize and we see you at SafePicks.com! So, here we go… by division, here is our final win loss predictions for the 2013 National Football League season:
Denver: Overall 12-4 (Division: 5-1) Super Bowl Odds: 5/1
Kansas City: Overall 9-7 (Division: 5-1) Super Bowl Odds: 50/1
San Diego: Overall 4-12 (Division: 1-5) Super Bowl Odds: 50/1
Oakland: Overall 2-14 (Division 1-5) Super Bowl Odds: 250/1
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I decided to post our first site post here… if you want ALL of the killer NFL picks and predictions, come visit us and good luck!
Welcome back all SP users! Another NFL season is FINALLY upon us and we’re all just chomping at the bit to get it started! The National Football League opens the much anticipated 2013 season on Thursday (Sept. 5, 2013) with an exciting match-up in Denver when the Broncos host the Super Bowl winning Ravens. We want to wish each and every one of you a great season and we’re just happy to be back for yet another great year at SafePicks! Okay, without much further ado, let’s get right into Week 1 – let’s go first to that exciting kickoff in Denver.
Baltimore @ Denver -9: Sports Authority Field at Mile High will be the place for when it all goes down, the kickoff to open the 2013 NFL season. QB Joe Flacco leads the Super Bowl champion Ravens into Denver, where Peyton Manning and the Broncos are highly touted contenders to be hoisting the Vince Lombardi Trophy come February. QB Flacco will be eager to show he’s worth the $120 million contract he received in the offseason thanks to the Ravens’ title triumph over San Francisco for the Super Bowl trophy. Now it’s a re-worked Ravens squad who will take the field, without retired defensive and emotional leader Ray Lewis, and then some, more later. The Broncos have endured some turmoil, too, with linebacker Von Miller suspended for six games for violating the league’s substance abuse policy. Nevertheless, four-time Most Valuable Player, Peyton Manning, is widely expected to guide Denver to the playoffs as he did last year in his return from multiple neck surgeries. Now, the Broncos have waited almost eight months for their chance to avenge last season’s dramatic divisional playoff loss to a Ravens team that appears ready for the challenge this week. Riding an 11-game winning streak and ahead by seven late in the fourth quarter, Denver appeared headed to the AFC championship game last season, until Ravens’ QB Joe Flacco connected with Jacoby Jones for a 70-yard touchdown pass with 31 seconds left, forcing overtime and stunning the Broncos. The Ravens went on to a 38-35 double-OT victory in which QB Flacco threw for 331 yards and three touchdowns – along with that long TD to Jones – in the playoff win. Then that propelled them to a 28-13 win at New England the next week, and they went on to beat San Francisco 34-31 (it was also a SafePicks NFL Expert Prediction) to claim their first Super Bowl title since 2000. And the rest is history.
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