With 2020 quickly approaching its final days you're sure to see plenty of "best of" pieces recapping the highlights of music, tv, film etc. from this otherwise not so chill year.
I'm not ready to release my best of 2020 music blog just yet since I don't think it's fair to write off December entirely, but I'll give you a little sneak preview right now during #TooManyLegs. One of my favorite albums of the year was Under My Influence by The Aces and one of my favorite songs off that album was All Mean Nothing.
In the teaser game anything other than perfection means you win nothing. Last week #TooManyLegs cashed out for the first time since Week 7 to improve to 5-7 on the year. Let's ride that wave into 6-7 station for Week 14.
Week 2 and 3
Week 5 (booo Bengals)
Week 7 (Week 7 victory recap)
Week 13 (Victory recap)
Chiefs -1 (from -7)
The Dolphins are without defense signal caller Kyle Van Noy which could cause confusion against the league's most explosive offense. After a less than stellar offensive performance against the Broncos on SNF I love the Chiefs to win in Miami for the second time this calendar year. Miami just doesn't have the firepower to keep up with Kansas City. Mahomes is 7-0 in his career against top five scoring defenses.
Buccaneers -1 (from -7)
Tom Brady hasn't lost three straight starts since 2002. I fully expect the streak to continue against the Vikings. Love Tampa's run D against Dalvin Cook in this matchup.
Titans -1.5 (from -7.5)
The Titans are in must win territory after getting embarrassed by the Browns last week despite the final score making things appear closer than they actually were. Both defenses suck and I should've just teased the over, but it's already locked in, so we're riding with the Titans. If the Titans can't beat Mike Glennon they shouldn't be allowed to participate in the postseason.
Giants +9 (from +3)
After starting 0-5, everybody and their mother is on the Giants bandwagon so I'm a little worried to ride here, but the Cardinals offense seems to have been figured out. With Danny Dimes returning against a reeling Arizona Cardinals team who's a Hail Murray away from a five game losing streak I love the Giants to stay within striking distance and possibly win outright.
Texans +5 (from -1)
I know I'm not supposed to tease past zero, but it's worked for me more often than not this season. The Chicago Bears should rename themselves the Chicago short-face bears because their effort and 2020 playoff hopes are extinct. They rolled over and died last week against the Lion and I'm expecting more against the Texans. After starting 5-1 the Bears have dropped six straight. With DeShaun Watson in town the Bears get to be reminded of their monumental mistake of trading up to take Mitch Trubisky! Even if the Texans (who also stink) can't pull off the victory, I don't see the Chicago Bears outscoring an NFL team by a touchdown, which is what it would take for this leg to fail.
Colts/Raiders OVER 46.5 (from 52.5)
Packers -2 (from -8)
The Lions may have gotten a spark from Matt Patricia getting fired, but the Packers own the Lions historically and are still very much in the hunt for the NFC's top seed; I don't expect a let down here. The Packers have the highest scoring offense in the NFL and the Lions have allowed the 31st most points in the league. No need to overthink.
Saints -1.5 (from -7.5)
Jaylen Hurts looked decent to good at times against the Packers off the bench last week, but the Saints defense is elite and has a full week to prepare. Taysom Hill runs for two TDs in a Saints bloodbath.
Good luck and as always, please gamble responsibly.