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Vendetta Sports Media’s SimBull Six Week 2 Picks

Our partners at SimBull introduced a new contest called the “SimBull Six” and Karl Heiser and Adam Krieger will give you our picks each week. Here are our Week 2 Picks.

SimBull picks six games – three college football, and three NFL. Contestants must pick sides on the games against the spread. Last week, we went 4-2 with Karl going 3-0 on CFB picks. This week, we flip and Adam will take the CFB picks while Karl takes the NFL games.

No. 8 Cincinnati (-3) vs. Indiana (+3) – Adam’s Pick

Pick: Indiana (+3)

89% of picks in already for this week are on the No. 8 ranked team, but that seems like a rat line so I will just fade the public.

No. 1 Alabama (-15) vs. No. 11 Florida (+15) – Adam’s Pick

Pick: Alabama (-15)

I am rolling with the Tide this week. This is a game where I am turning my brain off and just betting Bama this year. Florida can still bring in elite talent but Alabama is in a tier of their own. I wish this was 13.5 or something, but screw it. I will lay all the points.

No. 22 Auburn (+7) vs. No. 10 Penn State (-7) – Adam’s Pick

Pick: Penn State (-7)

I think this is the toughest game of the SimBull Six for this week. Happy Valley is going to be an electric factory with their first whiteout in two years, so it is going to be LOUD. Trey (our boss) has been red hot and said he is heavy on Auburn, but I am going with the No. 10 Nittany Lions. Ultimately, it came down to this: I don’t trust Bo Nix on the road. Awesome name, average QB.

Tennessee Titans (+5.5) vs. Seattle Seahawks (-5.5) – Karl’s Pick

Pick: Seahawks (-5.5)

The Titans got absolutely destroyed by the Arizona Cardinals in Week 1, falling by 25 points. The Seahawks are a very similar team (in terms of style and roster construction) to the Cardinals, and Russell Wilson didn’t really have any problems with the Colts. Tennessee entered the year as the favorites in the AFC South, but I still think this should be an easy game for Seattle.

Kansas City Chiefs (-3.5) vs. Baltimore Ravens (+3.5) – Karl’s Pick

Pick: Chiefs (-3.5)

Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs played behind for much of their Week 1 contest against the Cleveland Browns, and they still game out of it with a four-point victory. The Baltimore offensive line looked very rough at times in the overtime loss to Las Vegas, and I don’t think their secondary will be able to stop the Chiefs passing attack for very long without Marcus Peters. Mahomes has also never lost to Baltimore, so I like Kansas City by just over a field goal.

Detroit Lions (+10) vs. Green Bay Packers (-10) – Karl’s Pick

Pick: Packers (-10)

It’s just now occurring to me that I’ve picked all the favorites to cover, which I don’t love, but it is what it is. At the end of the day, I didn’t like this number a whole lot either, but the Packers are so much more talented than the Lions. Green Bay got the doors blown off by New Orleans, so I expect them to have a big bounce-back performance with Aaron Rodgers playing angry. The Lions picked up some garbage-time points in their Week 1 loss, but the Packers are way better than them on both sides of the ball. Don’t love the 10 point spread, but an angry Packers team at Lambeau feels like a cover to me.

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