The Bears put up a fight against the Falcons but they were roadkill last year, 2-6 ATS. Blake Bortles threw for over 300 yards in both meetings last year and now has balance in downhill running rookie Leonard Fournette. IF I WERE A BETTING MAN: Jaguars and the under HANK’S HONEYS: De Shone Kizer had a nice debut against the Steelers but it’s going to be tough to replicate that in Week 2, especially on the road against what looked like an elite defense that has its mojo back. The Ravens have historically been tough on rookie QBs, especially at home, and Kizer still has a few rookie mistakes in him this week.
Glennon loses one more weapon with WR Kevin White out for the season. Rookie RB Tarik Cohen was dangerous but Bucs have enough speed at LB to contain him. HANK’S HONEYS: The Jaguars haven’t looked this good since their last winning (and playoff) season in ’07 under Tom Coughlin, but was last week just a one-game wonder? But the Jaguars are 9-2-2 ATS in their last 13 games vs. The Titans offense wasn’t as advertised although Marcus Mariota gives them mobility vs. Joe Flacco didn’t have to do much last week so he was able to ease in after missing the entire preseason. HANK’S HONEYS: Tough opener for the Seahawks at Lambeau, but back home in an angry mood against an inferior opponent, they should spread their wings with the defense leading the way.
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Mike Tomlin has had great success against NFC teams at home and the straight-up pick would be Pittsburgh, but these are just too many points to give a very good team in what looks like a FG game. HANK’S HONEYS: Andy Reid, master of long preparation, has 10 days to get ready for his old team after the Chiefs’ huge win in New England, and he can present matchup problems with rookie RB Kareem Hunt and speedster WR Tyreek Hill.
Cowboys believe their O-line can move the chains on anyone but Broncos can stack the box against Ezekiel Elliott since they can man-up with the best secondary in the NFL. If Beckham plays, and it’s not likely, Giants probably win but the points look like the safer bet right now. HANK’S HONEYS: It’s going to be the same story every week with the Jets, trying to figure out by how many points they’ll lose.More alarming than the predictably bad Jets offense was a D that had only to worry about Le Sean Mc Coy and was still ripped apart.This time, the TVs can safely be shut off by the warning.½ HANK’S HONEYS: It didn’t matter who the opponent would be, this is a bad week to be facing the Patriots.That said, there are still questions about the Denver offense against a very active Dallas D that stunned the Giants and was severely under-rated coming into the season.