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WEEK 2: LOCKARD’S NFL LOCKS

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Let’s hope NFL Week 2 can outperform the crazy games that we had for Week 1. We had most likely two games that could be in line for the game of the year when we get to the end of the season and they were both Primetime games this week.

If you came here for my college football picks yesterday, awesome! We went 2-2 which is not terrible but I want to be better. Colorado did not even come out of the tunnel like they wanted to be there for the game. Just a terrible performance from Colorado. We will be better and let’s start that right now with some NFL Picks.

LA Rams(-3.5) @ Indianapolis Colts

The Rams looked like one of the best teams in the NFL during week 1 but we do have to remember they were playing the Bears. I think Stafford showed that he belongs there with his performance and he and Cooper Kupp look to have a great connection already. I like for that connection to continue today, the Colts did not look great defensively last week and I think the Rams will eat them up. MY PLAY: Rams -3.5

Buffalo Bills(-3.5) @ Miami Dolphins

The Bills got upset week 1 by the Steelers, that will give them so much urgency to pound on the Dolphins today. Josh Allen is 5-1 as a starter against Miami. I am on Josh Allen’s side today. MY PLAY: Bills -3.5

Cincinnati Bengals(+1.5) @ Chicago Bears

The Bengals looked good last week but still have some work to do to clean up turnovers on offense, they can easily do that. As for Chicago, I can’t pick them until they figure out the drama at QB. If Fields was starting today, my pick might be a little different. MY PLAY: Bengals +1.5 & ML

Tennessee Titans @ Seattle Seahawks(-6.5)

This game had me going back and forth but the Titans defense looked very shaky during their loss at Arizona, Russell Wilson will only build on that and take advantage of weaknesses. It should be a shootout between these two offenses but I trust Wilson more. Seattle wins a close game. MY PLAY: Seahawks ML

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