Week 2 Office Pool Picks

September 17, 2020

The NFL season kicks off tonight and I couldn’t be more stoked. If you need help against the spread, with survivor picks or confidence pool picks you’ve come to the right place! Here’s a look at my Week 2 Office Pool Picks.

16 49ers at NYJ
15 Bucs vs. CAR
14 Chiefs vs. LAC
13 Ravens at HOU
12 Steelers vs. DEN
11 Titans vs. JAC
10 Cardinals vs. WAS
9 Bills at MIA
8 Cowboys vs. ATL
7 Saints at LV
6 Packers vs. DET
5 Browns vs. CIN
4 Seahawks vs. NE
3 Eagles vs. LAR
2 Colts vs. MIN
1 Giants at CHI

On the season: 9-7-0


From The GetSportsInfo Podcast:



Each week I will pick two games, my “Play it Safe” selection as well as my “Out on a Limb” pick:

Play It Safe: 49ers at NYJ
I generally don’t like to take road teams, but with San Francisco dropping Week 1 and the Jets looking like the worst team in football, look for the 49ers to put a beat down on the Gang Green here. Go Niners and sleep like a baby!

Out on a Limb: Steelers vs. DEN
The Steelers may have the best defense in all of football and Big Ben looked healthy in the team’s opener. Facing off against Denver team that has already been ravaged by injuries should help Pittsburgh get to 2-0.


You can get my complete “Against the Spread” plays to a separate article that will run each Saturday or Sunday morning this season. In its place here, I offer up a Thursday night betting recommendation. My starting Thursday night bankroll for the purposes of this article was $1000. Last week’s Over 53 came through for me and now I’ll look to double up in Week 2.

Starting Balance: $1000
Current Balance: $1100

The Pick:
$220 – Bengals +6

The Ravens are so good, so I don’t think the Browns are as bad as they looked in Week 1. The Bengals should’ve won Week 1, but despite the loss Joe Burrow looked legit. Joe Mixon’s keep fumble proved costly in the opener and I expect him to make up for tonight. Cincinnati has a strong shot to win this road affair outright, but definitely should cover the six points regardless.

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