2019 Week 3 ATS TNF Pick

Sep. 18, 2019 9:36 PM ET
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  • Week 2 ATS and Lock Results.
  • YTD ATS and Lock Results.
  • Week 3 TNF Pick.

Week 2 ATS and Lock Results.

Last week the ATS picks therefore ATS pick accuracy for the week took a dive to 8 – 8 ATS for week 2 or a subpar 50% accuracy; but the ATS lock percentage for the week was an outstanding 80% and the lock ATS record for the week was 4 – 1.

YTD ATS and Lock Results.

YTD ATS Picks Through Week II

17Ws – 14Ls – 1 Tie

ATS Accuracy pick percentage – 53.1%

YTD Lock Picks Through Week II

5Ws – 1L

Accuracy pick percentage 83.3%.

Week 3 TNF Pick.

Titans – pick’em @ Jags – Tennessee lost last week to their nemesis the Colts. The Jags went to Houston and thanks to Head Coach Doug Marrone lost the game because he went for two instead of a single point kick conversion to tie and send the game into OT in the waning moments of the game. Why a head coach risks it all on one play to determine the outcome of hard fought game is totally puzzling. Had the Jags successfully converted the two point run attempt, the talking heads might be calling it a great call. I wouldn’t. It was stupid. The Jags are now 0-2. Marrone in essence “told” his team that he didn’t have confidence in them winning in OT. The game vs Tennessee on TNF is now a must win for the Jags, if they are to contend in the AFC South. It is a bit early to forecast the skill positions and particularly line play on O and rate the overall D but here goes. The Titans going into week 3 are better defensively and offensively. Period. At QB a  slight edge goes to Mariota over Minshew. At RB push. At WR and TE a push.  O-Line slight edge to Jags due to giving up less sacks and hits on the QB  and the D-Line to the Titans for sacking and hitting the QB more often.  Backers and DBs edge to Titans. The Jags have not showed the defensive prowess that I expected at the beginning of the year. As for injuries going into the shortened week Tennessee will be missing starting RG Pampile and his backup can play but is also banged up,  Milton the backup CB is out and the LB Woodyard is questionable; Jax’s Bouye @ CB is questionable. All other injuries for both teams are carryovers from the prior week's game. Jax to date hasn’t shown me much and the locker room maybe disarray thx to a skirmish on the sidelines between Jaylen Ramsey @ CB and Head Coach Marrone as well as Marrone's two point conversion attempt.  Jax should be more motivated to win this game since there season is on the line, if they don't win. Tennessee has won the last five out of six ATS and straight up the Titans have won six out of the last seven.

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Sports Betting News and Vegas Odds

Injury status courtesy of 

Weekly Team Injuries throughout the season | NFL.com

NFL Injury Report - Football Player Injuries

Stats and Insights courtesy of 

National Football League Stats - by Team Category | NFL.com

NFL Football Scores - NFL Scoreboard - ESPN


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