Sunday October 30th Betting Recap

NFL Picks for 10/30/22

1:00 PM EST
Rotation # 261
Dolphins -4 over Lions (push)
Dolphins/Lions Over 51.5 (win)
Jared Goff didn’t look good last week in Dallas. The Lions were the best statistical offense in the NFL, but the Cowboys turned them over and kept them in check. The Lions will look to do the same today, but the Lions will put up points at home by taking advantage of the injuries in the Dolphins’ secondary. Tua Tagovailoa should have a good game against a bad defensive team against the run and the pass. There is no better team for Tua to get confidence going than facing the Lions’ defense. Both teams have the offensive skill players to put up a lot of points, and the better team is Miami. We will go with both sides and total, with both games as straight bets. No parlays. Take the Dolphins and the Over.

1:00 PM EST
Rotation # 264
Vikings -3.5 over Cardinals (win)
The Vikings are a deliberate team that likes to control the clock and run the football with Dalvin Cook and Alexander Mattison. Kirk Cousins loosens up defenses with a run-first approach and throws to any of his good targets. Arizona has a lot of offensive weapons, but many injuries on their offensive line will slow them. The Vikings’ front seven should put much pressure on Kyler Murray. Murray is not used to teams that put a lot of pressure on him; he will see it today. Patrick Peterson takes away half the field, and it will be hard for Murray to find his targets with any bit of time today. Take the Vikings.

4:25 PM EST
Rotation # 270
Seahawks -3  over Giants (win)
Everyone thought Geno Smith would be a joke for the departed Russell Wilson. Smith has looked great, and rookie running back Kenneth Walker will be a household name by the end of the year. The Giants are an overrated 6-1, winning many close games; they should have a loss, but all credit to them for winning those games. The Giants are a terrible team against the run, so we should see a lot of Walker and Smith running today. New York has so many offensive injuries, and it should be too much for them to overcome on the road. Take the Seahawks.