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Consensus Game Picks from the Most Accurate Experts (Week 2)

13th September, 12:13

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Cardinals at Ravens (-13)

ATS - 75% Cardinals

Murray faces a lot more resistance in his first road game, though, cross-country against a sound Baltimore defense. Jackson draws Arizona's shaky downfield pass defense, which just struggled against Detroit's wideouts and tight end. ~ Vinnie Iyer (Sporting News)

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Chargers at Lions (+2.5)

ATS - 64% Chargers

How could anybody pick the Lions (0-0-1) after that disaster against the Cards on Sunday? Detroit looks like, well, Detroit. The Chargers (1-0) are dealing with their annual crush of injuries, but they prevail here. ~ Matt Verderame (FanSided)

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49ers at Bengals (-1.5)

ATS - 58% Bengals

San Francisco is playing back-to-back road games -- an early one in the Eastern Time Zone -- and if you take away two defensive scores last week, that's a much different game in Tampa Bay. Also looks like Zac Taylor will be able to cook up some innovative offense every week for Cincy. ~ Mike Cole (NESN)

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Jaguars at Texans (-9.5)

ATS - 61% Jaguars

The Texans looked to have defensive issues against the Saints. But the offense was explosive. Even so, I think the Jaguars slow Deshaun Watson and keep it close. ~ Pete Prisco (CBS Sports)

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Vikings at Packers (-3)

ATS - 59% Packers

The problem for the Zimmer is that he's actually going to have to let Cousins throw the ball if the Vikings fall behind in a game, and that's exactly what I expect to happen in Green Bay. The Packers have an improved defense, they'll be coming off of 10 days of rest and they're unbeatable at home in September -- and when I say "unbeatable at home in September," I mean they're 12-0-1 in their past 13 games. ~ John Breech (CBS Sports)

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Cowboys at Redskins (+6)

ATS - 78% Cowboys

Dallas has all the tools to be a legitimate Super Bowl contender. Case Keenum could struggle against a good defense. There's little reason to be optimistic about a Redskins' defense that just gave up 25 second-half points. The Cowboys are 5-1 in their last six road games in Washington. The Redskins are 3-6 against the spread in their last nine matchups with Dallas. ~ Anthony Riccobono (IB Times)

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Seahawks at Steelers (-4)

ATS - 58% Steelers

Adjust for opponent and the Seahawks' 21-20 victory over the Bengals was almost as alarming as the Steelers' 33-3 loss to the Patriots. Cincinnati outgained Settle by nearly 200 yards and 1.5 yards per play, giving more credence to a hunch that the Seahawks will regress this season. ~ Case Keefer (Las Vegas Sun)

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Bills at Giants (+1.5)

ATS - 59% Giants

The Bills (1-0), who pulled off a remarkable comeback against the Jets last week, have the unusual distinction of playing consecutive road games in the same stadium against different teams. If all goes well this week, they could be 2-0 at MetLife before the Giants or Jets have a win there. ~ Benjamin Hoffman (New York Times)

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Patriots at Dolphins (+18.5)

ATS - 64% Dolphins

Winning in Miami never has come easy for the Patriots, let alone winning by 20 (!) points. While it's hard to imagine the Dolphins pulling off an upset, especially with multiple players reportedly trying to maneuver their way out of town, this spread is just way too big given the trends and, as Mike noted, Brian Flores' familiarity with the Patriots. ~ Ricky Dolye (NESN)

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Chiefs at Raiders (+7)

ATS - 63% Chiefs

The Chiefs put up 75 points and nearly 900 yards of offense in two meetings against the Raiders last year. Facing this offense is like going from summer-league rookie ball to the All-Star Game after Oakland stymied Denver just enough for a 24-16 Week 1 win as 2.5-point underdogs. ~ Case Keefer (Las Vegas Sun)

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Saints at Rams (-2)

ATS - 51% Rams

I would expect to see a passing duel between Drew Brees and Jared Goff. Brees isn't as good on the road as he is at home, which is why I think the Rams will win a close one. ~ Pete Prisco (CBS Sports)

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Bears at Broncos (+2.5)

ATS - 60% Bears

The one wild card in this game is Joe Flacco. I have no idea how Flacco is going to play against the Bears defense, but as long as he's slightly better than Trubisky, the Broncos are going to win. Unfortunately for Denver though, after watching Flacco play on Monday night, I"m not convinced he's going to be better than Trubisky, so I'm taking the Bears in a thriller where their kicker actually comes through WITH A GAME-WINNER. ~ John Breech (CBS Sports)

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Eagles at Falcons (+2)

ATS - 52% Falcons

This game is simple. The Eagles (1-0) are really good up front on both sides of the ball. The Falcons (0-1) are terrible up front on both sides of the ball. More physical team wins. ~ Matt Verderame (FanSided)

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Browns at Jets (+7)

ATS - 75% Browns

The Jets already lost to one bad team at home, blowing a lead against the Bills. They might as well make it two bad teams in a row against the Browns, who looked the part of a bad, sloppy, unprepared team in the opener. ~ Gerry Dulac (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

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