Nostrathomas Predicts: Week 4 of the 2015 NFL Season!

Nostrathomas Predicts: Week 4 of the 2015 NFL Season!

Nostrathomas, seer of Sayers, was feeling a correction in the force during the early games last Sunday but recovered in fine fashion to finish 13-3 straight-up and 10-6 against the spread, the third straight week that Nostrathomas has finished .500 or better against the house this season.

Record for the year is now 35-13 straight-up and 31-17 against the spread.

Week 4 is the first bye week of the season. The New England Patriots take a break from the Belichick/Brady screw Goodell and the NFL tour while the Tennessee Titans reflect back on the first three weeks of the Marcus Mariota era.

As always these predictions are for entertainment purposes only. If you lose money you have only yourself to blame and should have listened to your mother about the evils of gambling. If you win, Nostrathomas reminds you that soothsaying is tough, thirsty work and beer ain’t exactly cheap these days.

Thursday Night

Baltimore Ravens -3 @ Pittsburgh Steelers

The Ravens are 0-3 but favored on the road against their AFC North rival. The Steelers hold the statistical edge against Baltimore but that was with Ben Roethlisberger at quarterback…

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NFC North Week 8: Cliffhanger Sunday for Bears, Packers and Lions

NFC North Week 8: Cliffhanger Sunday for Bears, Packers and Lions

The three teams won their games by a combined total of 14 points on Sunday as the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers let their one win opponents stay competitive.

 

A Look Back: A Giant Super Bowl XLII Upset

A Look Back: A Giant Super Bowl XLII Upset

The last time either the New England Patriots or New York Giants were in the Super Bowl they played a classic that left the Patriots one game short of making history. As they prepare for another Super Bowl showdown it’s time to take a look back at that game.

 

Lions Team Report: Back Home At Last to Face Carolina

Lions Team Report: Back Home At Last to Face Carolina

The Detroit Lions come home to Ford Field for the first time since their game against the Atlanta Falcons needing to take care of business against leading Rookie of the Year candidate Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers before next Thursday’s showdown against the Green Bay Packers.