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We’ve finally arrived. The 2022 NFL season is finally here and we’re able to bet on football again. One big thing to note is that the NFL is asking their on-field officials to pay particularly close attention to illegal contact this year, so at least for Week 1, under bettors beware. With that being said, all aboard the money train!


The Falcons finished near the bottom of the NFL in almost every offensive category last season including, 29th in yards gained and 26th in scoring at 18.4 points per game. But they made that a focus this off-season and Saints pass rusher, Cameron Jordan is well aware.

"With Marcus Mariota, now we’ve got to go back and watch some Vegas film, maybe watch some Tennessee film," Jordan said. "We’ve got to break down who he is because he’s not a traditional pocket passer like Matt was. This is going to change up their game a lot."

On the other side of the football, the Saints made some additions as well. They added wide receiver Jarvis Landry and rookie Chris Olave through the draft. They also get back wide receiver Michael Thomas, who looks the best he’s ever looked according to reports out of Saints camp. With quarterback Jameis Winston leading the charge, take the over as a strong play here.

The Pick: Over 42.5 (-110)


This is the Week 1 revenge game that no one is talking about. Flashback to Week 18 last year, Indianapolis Colts vs Jacksonville Jaguars. All Carson Wentz and the Colts had to do was just beat the Jaguars and they were in the playoffs. Wentz failed to do that and now has had an entire off-season to think about the Jaguars and leading his new team to a victory.

There will be no Chase Young to lead the Commanders defense, but Wentz will get it done through the air and likely through wide receiver Terry McLaurin, who has a very favorable matchup against second-year cornerback Tyson Campbell. The Jaguars will suffer their 18th straight road loss on Sunday and Wentz will get some sweet revenge.

The Pick: Washington Commanders ML (-140)


Kansas City’s award-winning offense will look a bit different this year without Tyreek Hill stretching out opposing defenses. But that’s OK as the team plans to have more of a balanced passing attack.

"It's going to be hard for teams to game plan against," Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes said. "Obviously, Travis is going to probably have a lot of catches. That's just who he is.

"Other than that, it's going to come from the whole group and I think the guys have kind of embraced that... That's what you want on a team and as an offense."

Kansas City gets a very favorable matchup to implement this balanced passing attack against an Arizona secondary that will be finding its way for at least a couple of weeks as long as cornerback Trayvon Mullen is out there.

On the other side of the football, the Cardinals will be without their star wide receiver, DeAndre Hopkins, who’s not with the team as he serves a six-game suspension. As for quarterback Kyler Murray, he will get a favorable matchup through the air as well. Look for Murray to exploit rookie cornerback Trent McDuffie with A.J. Green, who will produce numbers like he used to back in Cincinnati.

The Pick: Over 53.5 (-115)


The Las Vegas Raiders had a big offseason, bringing in new head coach Josh McDaniels to revamp and retool their offense. With two superstars - wide receiver DaVante Adams and pass rusher Chandler Jones to bulk up that defense - the Raiders are looking to make a statement in Week 1.

This won’t be a cakewalk for the Raiders as the Chargers added Khalil Mack, Sebastian Joseph-Day, and Austin Johnson to their defensive line, which will pose a true problem for the Raiders' unproven offensive line.

The Raiders will still get this done on the road. The Chargers gave up the most yards and second-most touchdowns to opposing tight ends last season. Factor that in with Davante Adams drawing extra attention and Hunter Renfrow causing problems in one-on-one coverage, which will set up the Raiders' superstar tight end, Darren Waller, for a big afternoon.

The Pick: Las Vegas Raiders ML (+140)