Finally! NFL Week 3 picks arrive

Buccaneers (-1.5) at Rams: The improbable endings, the injuries in the middle of the game and even the return of the fans to the stadiums, have meant that in the 2021 season we have just seven undefeated. Only one of the 16 games this week faces teams with a 2-0 record. For that dish we come here!

But first a fact to surprise the neighbor:

Tom Brady will add to his enormous legacy starting 37 NFL games in different cities. The 36 metropolises in which Brady has launched a pass include two trips abroad: the stadium of Wembley in London and the Azteca Stadium in Mexico City.

Brady will arrive in Los Angeles in front of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers who have won 10 consecutive games taking last season when after losing to the Chiefs in Week 12 they no longer looked back. The Bucs are now the first team in NFL history to string together nine wins with at least 30 points on the board.

In the rivalry between Buccaneers and Los Angeles Rams the visiting team won each of the most recent three encounters, including the 2020 campaign when the Rams probably played their best game to win 27-24 in Week 11.

So far this year, the Bucs’ defense he has allowed 27 points per game. It might sound like a lot, but Brady answers with an average of 40 points. To beat Tampa Bay 2021, the challenge is sustaining a shootout.

The Los Angeles quarterback Matthew stafford He will attempt his fourth straight game (dating back to last season) with at least two touchdown passes and a passer rating of 100 or higher. He has at least 295 passing yards in four of his five career starts against Tampa Bay.

With a game plan similar to the Mexican style in boxing where give and take is applauded, the match will score more points than a Formula One race delivers.

Buccaneers 35- 38 Rams


Jets at Broncos (-10): Selecting the Jaguars to lose every week must be one of the safest bets. However I prefer to leave the easy way to @Ivan_Pirron and take another game.

The Broncos play at home for the first time this season. With a defense that crushed the aspirations of the Giants and Jaguars, Vic Fangio’s team will face rookie Zach Wilson in a stadium that will be a challenge because of the noise. The offensive line of the The Jets have allowed their quarterback to be sacked 10 times. A candy for Von Miller and company.

Wilson, the No. 2 overall pick from the past draft, will face a group of defensive backs who played better eight days ago. The runners Melvin Gordon and Jevonte Williams they will continue to support the work of quarterback Teddy Bridgewaters.

Jets 17-27 Broncos.


Seahawks (-1.5) at Vikings: If already going Rams against the champion is a prognosis that challenges destiny, I have the responsibility to give another result against the bets. It is in this section of UPSET where I have had the best performance with 100 percent effective up to now.

In their first two games of the campaign, the Minnesota Vikings once again they have shown themselves as a team linked to tragedies. The form of their defeats broke the hearts of many of their fans because they were defined by field goals.

Unlike the past two games, Minnesota now plunges into its modern US Bank Stadium to seek its first win of the year. Over the most recent three seasons, the Vikings and Seattle Seahawks have faced wins each for Seattle. In fact, the Vikings have not been able to defeat them since 2009.

Despite having several factors against it, in their two losses this season, the Vikings have only lost by a cumulative total of four points. If Minnesota’s defense manages to lower its completion percentage from Russell Wilson to Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf the purple team will win their first victory.

Seahawks 28-30 Vikings


Panthers (-8) at Texans: With a hamstring injury Tyrod Taylor will miss Week 3. Rookie Davis Mills will take the balls below the center in a short week of preparation, we all imagine what will happen … Panthers 21-14 Texans

Colts on Titans (-5): The Colts will turn to Jacob Eason at quarterback if Carson Wentz can’t start the game. Colts 17-24 Titans

Falcons at Giants (-3): Atlanta has allowed 80 points in two games, the Giants are coming off a slightly longer break after their loss last Thursday. Falcons 20-21 Giants

Chargers at Chiefs (-6.5): We prepare for a quarterback war between Justin Herbert and Patrick Mahomes. While it can be argued that the Chiefs could go 0-2, their defense is stronger and they will take advantage of Herbert’s mistakes to prevail. Chargers 31-35 Chiefs

Bengals at Steelers (-3.5): In the first days of the week it became known that Ben Roethlisberger suffered a chest injury. It will not be an impediment for Pittsburgh to stay with the victory at home. Bengals 17-21 Steelers

Bears vs Browns (-7): If Chicago at any point in the game comes out with rookie Juntin Fields in command of the offense, his chances grow. Cleveland suffered injuries in their win over Houston, yet the balance tips for the home team. Bears 23-30 Browns

Ravens (-8) at Lions: These two teams experienced primetime situations last week. The Ravens stunned the world by defeating the Chiefs and the Lions crashed in the second half against the Packers. Ravens 28- 21 Lions

Saints at Patriots (-3): The Saints still do not touch New Orleans, and part of their coaching staff is still in isolation due to Covid infections. Patriots is coming off hitting rookie Zach Wilson with a solid defense. Saints 14-17 Patriots

Cardinals (-7.5) at Jaguars: The Jaguars are on track to be the first team with 20 losses in a row between two seasons. Cardinals has Kyle Murray a potential MVP. Arizona’s offense has produced 72 points. Jacksonville’s defense 60. Cardinals 30-17 Jaguars

WFT in Bills (-8.5): Washington takes its first tour traveling north to meet Buffalo. While WFT had a few extra days off, the defensive Bills already proved they can be one of the league’s elite departments by shutting out Miami. WFT 14-28 Bills

Dolphins at Raiders (-3.5): The situation of Tua Tagovailoa is not yet clear, but while we are not certain that he lines up the center of the offense, Miami does not have a great chance of stopping the Las Vegas train. Dolphins 13-27 Raiders

Packers at 49ers (-3.5): With decent protection, Aaron Rodgers can take out San Francisco’s defensive back. The 49ers continue to fight injuries, they will still prevail. Packers 21-24 49ers.

Eagles at Cowboys (-4): A classic NFC East rivalry gets the spotlight on Monday Night Football. The Cowboys have looked good in their first two games despite absences. The Eagles have lost their last three visits to Dallas. Eagles 20-24 Cowboys


Chargers +6.5 OVER 55.5

Homelands -3.5

Raiders -3.5

Picks Race

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