2020 NFL SafePicks Season Update

This Week’s SafePicks User Update (Posted On Site 07/07/2020):

To ALL SafePicks Users.

We are wishing for only the best for you and yours during these challenging Corona-virus times. We hope we all can get back to some degree of normal soon.

For now, the NFL plans to start its football season as scheduled, with the 2020 season-opener on Thursday, Sept. 10th. A complete 17-week regular season and a full slate of playoff games is planned, before Super Bowl-55 in Tampa Bay on Sunday, Feb. 7th, 2021. With the exception of international games in London and Mexico City, which will not be played in 2020, the NFL appears committed to sticking with its normal schedule until somebody says it’s impossible.  We do expect all NFL games to play without fans attending.

College football is tentatively set to kick off on Aug. 29th, and while many of the sport’s coaches and decision-makers remain optimistic about an on-time start, athletic departments throughout the country are already dealing with positive Corona-virus tests as student-athletes return to campuses this month for voluntary workouts.  So, College football is somewhat up in the air for now.

Regardless, SafePicks.com is NOW open for our 17th season of delivering winning NFL Football Picks and College Football Picks. ALL football (NFL and NCAAF) is looking to kick off on schedule this season and even if the schedules are altered in any way shape or form, we are offering a HUGE discount on paid memberships for a limited-time only!

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We are fired up and anxious to get going this NFL football season!  We look forward yet again to serving all of you and cashing-in!  Thank you to ALL for your 17+ years of nonstop support!  See you at SafePicks soon, (mid to late August).

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NFL SafePicks 2019: OLG ProLine & OLG Pools Picks – Week 4

OLG ProLine Picks & OLG Pools Picks at SafePicks.

This week at SafePicks.com, we have some solid Over Under NFL best bets for OLG Proline players looking to make a score $$.  Since 2003, SafePicks.com has been serving OLG ProLine and all OLG Pools, Props and Point Spread players.  Over 16 years of trusted, reliable and dedicated NFL handicapping.

This week (NFL Week 4) here are a couple of games we like to go OVER the posted total:

WSH @ NYG (OVER 49.5) &  KC @ DET (OVER 54)

Regardless if OLG plays with the numbers, both games should be high scoring affairs.

As many of you know, our successful NFL Week 3 also included a nearly perfect Over/Under NFL Best Bets winning result.  SEE here:  just a couple of OLG ProLine winning tickets from our SafePicks co-founder.  This is just TWO of so many winning OLG ProLine tickets of his this year.  It was such a profitable NFL Week 3 that many SP users scored wins just the same.   Ahhh… that feeling of cashing-in on Tuesdays lol.  🙂

Get your NFL O/U Best Bets and FREE NFL picks this week at SafePicks.com.   No gimmicks.  No tricks.  No nonsense.  No bull.  No ADS.  Get free NFL picks every week including a free OLG Pools Pick.  16 years later:  we are STILL trusted to deliver winning NFL Picks and Predictions.

GOOD LUCK in NFL Week 4!


Dallas Cowboys at New Orleans Saints, NFL Week 4 – SafePicks (2019) NFL Prediction

By Bo Jamison, for SafePicks.com.  Sept. 26, 11:44AM EST

A sweet NFC prime time showdown will take place for this coming SNF matchup, (Sunday Night Football).  When the schedule was made, many had this game circled on their calendars, no doubt.  This would have easily been the game of the week!  With the Saints missing Drew Brees at quarterback though, only a little of that prime time limelight-shine has dulled – this still should be a GOOD prime time game.   Make no mistake, the Saints and Cowboys are gearing up for this marquee showdown at the Superdome, a game that features New Orleans as a 2.5-point home underdog.

Amazingly, the New Orleans Saints are 7-1 ATS in their last eight home games against the Cowboys, which is such a glaring stat.  The Saints are also an impressive 16-3 SU in their last 19 home games overall, under coach Sean Payton.  However, as we know, those stats are a result of having Drew Brees commanding the post under center.  We’ll be the first to tell you, the Cowboys are slowly shaping up to be a formidable Super Bowl contender, but the cupcake teams they have beaten already, (Giants, Redskins and Dolphins) are nothing to get too excited about at this early juncture.  So the Saints should prove to be the real first true test for the Cowboys, on the road.  The Cowboys will also go up against “arguably” one of the league’s best coaching minds in Sean Payton.

America’s Team opened around a field-goal favorite for this prime time game, and the early plays narrowed that spread as low as -2.5 at some select sport books.  If you can get Dallas under a field goal like we did, it would be a lock-in because it should be a good bet. The books have already seen a large amount of public play on the Cowboys and predict the most popular team in football to draw lopsided money versus a Saints team playing without their star QB.

Although we ALL know “on any given Sunday” anything can and will happen – the Saints need only maintain & mitigate their division positioning (a.k.a. “hang on”) until their star in Brees returns.  Also, not to look ahead, but the Saints face their division rival Buccaneers for a critical NFC South showdown next week.

We would love to back the great story that is the Saints and the comeback of Saints backup quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, (who was minutes away from a leg amputation in the summer of 2016).   As much as we always root for the feel-good stories, we cannot bet with emotions.  Tempting for some.  Even though QB backup Bridgewater was solid in a win at Seattle this past Sunday, this spread will likely creep to Dallas -3.5 by game time.  Low spread, possibly a tight game… and Brees is expected to lead the pregame chant for a raucous 75,000+ crowd at the Superdome.  Still, we are backing the Cowboys -2.5 to win this one.  Good luck.

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SafePicks NFL Week 3 (last week): 45 – 15 (across the board)

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