2015 NFL Week 1 Picks

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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, otherwise known as OSHA, has a stated mission to “assure safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education and assistance”.  Now, as a not for profit organization such as The 500, federal regulations need not apply.  Except they might.  And no one, not even the most libertarian of anarchists, would subscribe to the idea that government overreach would be in play.  Going into Week 17 of The 500’s NFL weekly picks, we stood at a paltry 89-95-5 record for the season.  And then came the 3-13 trumping in Week 17.  A libertarian anarchist monkey could have made better picks at random.

So as always, ye be warned and all OSHA (and really mental healthy and financial prudence) cautions apply.  On to Week 1…

(Home Team in caps)

Thursday Night Football

NEW ENGLAND (-7) over Pittsburgh

Sunday 1pm

Green Bay (-7) over CHICAGO

HOUSTON (-1) over Kansas City

NEW YORK (-3) over Cleveland

Indianapolis (-2.5) over BUFFALO

Miami (-3.5) over WASHINGTON

JACKSONVILLE (+3) over Carolina

Seattle (-4) over ST LOUIS

Sunday 4pm

New Orleans (+2.5) over ARIZONA

SAN DIEGO (-3) over Detroit

Tennessee (+3) over TAMPA BAY

Cincinnati (-3) over OAKLAND

DENVER (-4.5) over Baltimore

Sunday Night Football

New York (N) (+6) over DALLAS

Monday Night Football

Philadelphia (-3) over ATLANTA

Minnesota (-2.5) over SAN FRANCISCO

Blue Plate Specials

Upset Special: New York (N) (+6) vs. DALLAS

Three Team Teaser: NEW ENGLAND (-1), Seattle (+2), and Miami (+2.5)

Three Way Parlay: Seattle (-4), Miami (-3.5), New York/Dallas OVER

2014 Season Record: 92-108-5



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