Jim Feist’s NFL Metrics Tripleheader – Sunday

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Go beyond the numbers with Jim Feist this Sunday in the NFL. Matchups, coaching, situations all play a part in picking the winning side. But Jim goes one step further with his Metrics Tripleheader. Three big NFL games including one side and two totals. Play them straight or parlay them, but be sure you are on board JIm’s Metrics Tripleheader.

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10/22 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET

NFL (467) ARIZONA CARDINALS VS (468) LOS ANGELES RAMS

Take: (467) ARIZONA CARDINALS

Reason: Both these West Coast teams travel across the pond to play in London. The 4-2 Rams rebounded from their Week 5 egg-laying contest against the Seahawks with a nice win last week at Jacksonville. This game will be for first place in the NFC West. The Cardinals got a big boost from little used Adrian Peterson. Peterson rode the pine in New Orleans and come over to Arizona where he promptly ran for two TD’s and over 100 yards. The Cardinals defense will have its work cut out this week against the NFL’s leading scoring team in the Rams (29.8 ppg). The Rams are just 3-10 ATS in their 13 games and 1-10-1 in their last 12 against the NFC. The Cardinals have covered six of the last eight in this series and I look for another one here on Sunday. Play Arizona.

 

10/22 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET

NFL (459) NEW YORK JETS VS (460) MIAMI DOLPHINS

Take: UNDER

Reason: The NY Jets continue to surprise people this season even though they still are in last in the AFC East. The Jets could have easily won their contest with the Patriots last week, as we won’t even discuss that replay non-TD call. Jets are 1-4 O/U in their last five away games, 2-6 O/U last eight overall. Miami is now 0-6 O/U in their last six games. The Miami offense averages just 12.2 ppg this season. I don’t really care for either of these clubs offenses and today we’ll see both pathetic attacks against each other. Take the UNDER here.

 

10/22 05:30 PM PT / 8:30 PM ET

NFL (475) ATLANTA FALCONS VS (476) NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

Take: OVER

Reason: New England’s dominant home field no longer so strong as the Patriots have lost two on their home turf this year. The secondary has had big holes to fill this year. Now they face a embarrassed Falcons team that laid an egg last week against a very good Miami team. The Falcons bring their high flying offense to New England this week. The Falcons love this fieldturf too, going OVER in 14 of the last 16 on the surface. Atlanta is also 18-7-1 O/U in their last 26 overall. The Pats are 8-2 O/U in their last 10 and the OVER is 5-2 the last seven meetings between these teams. Not much defense on display here as this one goes OVER.