Ross and Sam’s NFL Podcast: Week 5

Just for all of you who have big weekend travel plans for the Columbus day weekend, we at 4 Down decided this week’s preview podcasts needed a “whirlwind” theme.  Strap in and listen close because Ross and Sam are coming in hot with their NFL picks, and when you get done head on over and listen to the college podcast to have your primer for the whole weekend of football.

Score Predictions

Giants QB Eli Manning (Photo Courtesy of Andrew Mills/NJ Advance Media for nj.com)
Giants QB Eli Manning (Photo Courtesy of Andrew Mills/NJ Advance Media for nj.com)

Indianapolis @ Houston (-5): Sam– Houston 24 Indy 23; Ross– Indy 24 Houston 21

Denver (-4.5) @ Oakland: Sam– Denver 28 Oakland 21; Ross– Denver 24 Oakland 21

San Francisco @ New York Giants (-7): Sam– NYG 27 SF 17; Ross– NYG 28 SF 14

Pittsburgh @ San Diego (-3): Sam– Pittsburgh 21 San Diego 20; Ross– San Diego 24 Pitt 17

Spread Picks

Jacksonville @ Tampa Bay (-3): Sam– Jacksonville +3; Ross– Tampa Bay -3

Buffalo (-2.5) @ Tennessee: Sam– Buffalo -2.5; Ross– Buffalo -2.5

Cleveland @ Baltimore (-6.5): Sam– Baltimore -6.5; Ross– Cleveland Outright

Washington @ Atlanta (-7.5): Sam– Atlanta -7.5; Ross– Atlanta -7.5

Chicago @ Kansas City (-9): Sam– Chicago +9; Ross– Chicago Outright

St. Louis @ Green Bay (-9): Sam– Green Bay -9; Ross– St. Louis +9

Seattle @ Cincinnati (-3): Sam– Cincinnati -3; Ross– Seattle Outright

Arizona (-2.5) @ Detroit: Sam– Arizona -2.5; Ross– Arizona -2.5

New England (-8.5) @ Dallas: Sam– New England -8.5; Ross– New England -8.5

Season Standings

Antonio Brown and Le'Veon Bell (Photo Courtesy of Getty Images)
Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell (Photo Courtesy of Getty Images)

Ross- 29-18 Moneyline; 25-22 ATS

Sam- 28-19 Moneyline; 23-24 ATS

2 thoughts on “Ross and Sam’s NFL Podcast: Week 5

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