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Parlay Queen’s Picks From The Thrown – NFL and College Football Picks (September 14 and 15, 2019)

FAU @ Ball State: FAU -2.5 (-110)

This is a crucial game for FAU avoiding an 0-2 start. Last time these two schools met it was Ball State 31-27 in 2016. FAU needs to be better filling the loss of running back Singletary. Their defense should be better this game , and they will need to put up points especially early on to match Ball State. I think they comfortably cover.

Colts @ Titans: Colts team total OVER 19.5 (-120)

Brissett was efficient enough in week 1 completing 21 of 26 passes and should find success again behind one of the league’s best O-lines. Tennessee last week were fortunate for all the penalties and turnovers – 3 INTs from Mayfield. If the Colts play a clean game, they could find some success and even pull off the upset versus the Titans.

Indianapolis is 13-2 against Tennessee in their last 15 meetings. The Colts have covered the spread 12 times during that span.

Chiefs @ Raiders: 1st half total OVER 25.5 (-120)

The Chiefs will miss Tyreek Hill but will have no problems putting up points versus the Raiders. This is a division rivalry after all. The Chiefs defense still sucks, and their offense can score at will. If the Raiders can build off their success of the opening week-, this game has shootout written all over it.

Travis Kelce Over 84 receiving yards (-105)

Expect a heavy dose of Travis Kelce without Hill. With Mahomes dealing with an injury, expect quite a few quick screen passes to Kelce while the Raiders often double Watkins. Look for big reception numbers, likely a touchdown & surpassing his low receiving total.

Bears @ Broncos: Chicago -2.5 (-110)

This line seems like an overreaction to the offensively struggles we saw out of Chicago in the opening game. With both defenses ranking among the best, look for the Bears to do just enough to win and have more success finding the end zone.

Parlay: Chiefs ML + Bears ML (+125)

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