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Doc Brown’s NFL Picks Against the Spread: Week 12

If history tells us anything, Doc Brown always follows an 0-3 week with a 3-0 week. That’s a good sign, but maybe not that great considering it should have been 1-2 if it weren’t for the refs screwing us on the Steelers/Chargers game. Referees be damned, we’re 17-16 and still need to improve the record. A full slate of games to choose from should help us achieve that goal, and thankfully betus.com has all the NFL lines for us to capitalize.

Winners to follow.

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Doc Brown’s NFL Picks Against the Spread: Week 11

I sure like the sound of 17-13 a lot more than 14-13. That’s right, a 3-0 week (our third of the season for those of you playing the parlay cards), puts us at 57% for the season against the spread, good enough to get the slight edge on the house. Let’s see if we can’t get the job done again this week. God bless the Raiders and betus.com, your home for NFL lines, for allowing us the ability to profit off of their ineptitude.

Pick time.

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Doc Brown’s NFL Picks Against the Spread: Week 10

So this NFL picking thing not turning out as easy as we all thought. 14-13 on the year, still hovering around .500. With this as the last week of byes, the selection will become more plentiful in the following weeks allowing us to find favorable matchups. The way the season is going, making off-the-wall selections seems like the best idea at this point. These aren’t off the wall, but I’m comfortable they’re going to bring the confidence back. Remember, all of Doc Brown’s picks are sponsored by betus.com, your home for NFL lines.

Here come the winners.

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Doc Brown’s NFL Picks Against the Spread: Week 9

2-1 last week, 13-11 overall against the spread. Building up some decent respectability but there’s still plenty of work to be done. As I said last week, I always like taking advantage of bye weeks. Of course when we did that in week 8, the Jags lost at home to the Browns. Go figure. That’s also why I think the Browns are a good play this week even if they’re not one of Doc Brown’s picks. They’ve been playing well lately. But I think I’ve found better choices for Week 9. Without further ado, it’s Doc Brown’s Sports Almanac Picks for Week 8, presented by the online sportsbook betus.com.

Pick time.

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Doc Brown’s NFL Picks Against the Spread: Week 8

Life in the NFL: you go 3-0 one week, the following week, you give it all back going 0-3. Back to a game over .500 at 11-10. One trend you’ll notice now is the way we’re going to take advantage of the bye weeks. Teams have that extra week to get healthy and coaches have the extra week to prepare; it’s a winning formula. Without further ado, it’s Doc Brown’s Sports Almanac Picks for Week 8, presented by the online sportsbook betus.com.

Now, for your weekly winners.

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Doc Brown’s NFL Picks Agains the Spread: Week 7

Man, last weekend was like taking candy from a baby. We swept the board going 3-0 to improve to 11-7 on the year, and you didn’t even have to sweat for two of the picks. Considering the fact that last weekend was blowout city for Doc’s picks despite there being several close games, I think we’re starting to isolate the strong plays each week. May the trend continue in week 7. Allow me to bring to you Doc Brown’s NFL Picks courtesy of Betus.com, your home for the latest NFL lines.

Pick time.

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Doc Brown’s NFL Picks Against the Spread: Week 6

So you take the Texans expecting a home win, then Matt Schaub gets hospitalized the night before the game. Sage Rosenfels appears like a good bet to lead the team to victory and then he turns the ball over three times in the final eight minutes of the game to blow a two score lead. Such is the life of the NFL picker. Anyway, after a 1-2 Week 5, Doc Brown is now 8-7 on the season and in need of a strong week. The pick’ins are slimmer with teams on the bye week, but I feel I have isolated a few good plays. As always, it’s Doc Brown’s NFL Picks brought to you by Betus.com which has the latest NFL lines.

On with the picks.

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