Brent Musburger says the Chiefs will cover the 7-point spread against the Titans, and the 49ers will win but not cover the 7½-point spread vs. the Packers.
The Titans are the surprise team in the NFL’s final four. But the cosmic tumblers appear to have clicked into place for the Chiefs to go to the Super Bowl.
“(Tennessee’s upset) ranks up there with one of our best decisions ever outside of the Super Bowl,” Westgate vice president Jay Kornegay said. “(Sunday) was a different story.”
Nothing short of a Super Bowl appearance next season for Bill O’Brien and the Texans — if he keeps his job — will atone for Sunday’s 51-31 playoff loss to the Chiefs.
The truth of the matter is this Ravens loss was on coach John Harbaugh and three critical strategic decisions that blew up in his face in a 28-12 loss to the Titans.
VSiN columnist and talk-show host Brent Musburger likes the 49ers and Packers as home favorites and the Titans and Texans as road underdogs in the NFL playoffs.
Sharp bettors liked that the Vikings covered as 7-point underdogs at New Orleans, and they’re backing Minnesota again as a 7-point underdog at San Francisco.
Just two years after his retirement from the Ravens, Dean Pees returns to Baltimore with his Titans defense looking to shut down Lamar Jackson and old foe Greg Roman.
Stage Door Casino was among those to extend offers to Wayne Mabry — aka “Violator” — who said he had been priced out of following the Raiders to Las Vegas.
Sorry, Raiders fans, those visions that you have of Tom Brady donning a silver and black No. 12 for the Raiders’ inaugural season in Las Vegas will remain a pipe dream.