Thursday, September 1, 2016

MisterMJ NFL Preseason Free Pick Sept 1 8:00 PM ET

We hit our NFL Free Pick last week with Kansas City  and we have a decent shot again this week with the Green Bay Packers as +3.5 point dogs at Kansas City.

Trying to handicap NFL Preseason games is challenging, but suppose there are some details that might sway things our way?

Realize that the  Packers have won four of their last five preseason finales, according to 

I think it's fair to say that McCarthy plays to win while evaluating Packer teams that have been very deep in talent, and this particular team is the deepest, maybe ever, which means there may be an advantage against Kansas City later in the game playing scrubs vs. scrubs.

From back up QB's to the back end of the Wide Receivers, Offensive line and Defensive backs, Green Bay is loaded. Even their scrubs should play a competitive game and many of the cuts will make other teams 53 man rosters.

Over the last two years, Green Bay has outscored its opponents, 72-24, in Week 4 of the preseason, according to

Andy Reid is 6-11 in game # 4 of the Preseason during his coaching lifetime. He seems to let his foot off the gas a little bit in game # 4.

I suggest caution and wouldn't wager very much on a Preseason game, save it for the regular season because that is when we rack up the units with proven handicapping systems.

 And sooner or later our System Picks find gold, and have one of those magical blow out seasons to remember.

Which is why you should consider signing up for this years NFL/NCAAF All Inclusive Package because it's still guaranteed and it's still just $29.99. And we did a pretty good job last season, not magical, but pretty good. 

2015 NFL and College Record 20-14-1 58.82% ATS combined for paid subscription picks including NFL Playoffs and Bowl games.

Sign Up Here for the 2016 NFL/NCAAF Picks, and it's still only $29.99 For the All Inclusive Package
Free Pick

Take Green Bay +3.5 tonight at Kansas City at 8:00 PM ET.
Preseason NFL Record 1-0

Good luck to us.


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