Perfection Reflection – NFL 10-0 Week

NFL 10-0 Week 2 was a historic week for @FairwayJay

Week 2 of the NFL season invariably brings back great memories, as I’m reminded by clients and ‘Fairway Followers’ about my good fortune in week 2 of the 2009 season. At that time, I was a regular guest on a weekly radio show in Las Vegas and heard nationwide on Sirius/XM Radio.

That particular week, I released the biggest NFL selection card of my professional handicapping career spanning over a decade. I bet and provided personal clients 10 NFL selections in week 2 and went a perfect 10-0!! I also provided and posted publicly a written analysis for every game on the NFL card that week.
NFL 10-0 Week
Saints (-1)…Win 48-22
Rams (+9.5)…Win 7-9
NY Jets (+3.5)…Win 16-9
NY Jets/Patriots under 45.5…Win 16-9
Falcons (–6)…Win 28-20
Raiders (+3)…Win 13-10
Bengals (+9)…Win 31-24
49ers (-1)…Win 23-10
Bears (+3)…Win 17-14
Chargers/Ravens over 40…Win 31-26

Week 1 of the 2013 season was a difficult one for many sports bettors. I managed a winning week despite a few close, late losses when our team failed to punch in the go ahead and winning scores inside the opponents 10-yard line (Carolina, Atlanta).  Yet with some surprising results comes adjustments in lines and thought processes. However, history shows that week 2 invariably provides more surprises and upsets, along with some focused and determined efforts as teams try to avoid going 0-2.

This week there are five games in which winless teams (0-1) are matched-up, and the defenses figure to bring a most determined and strong effort.

Check back throughout the week for more sports betting and handicapping information, insight, articles and analysis.


Author: FairwayJay is a leading national sports betting analyst, writer, handicapper and sports betting insider providing insight and information you can bet on for nearly two decades from Las Vegas. He chips in additional sports betting coverage and reporting on industry news and events for leading media and sports betting sites and companies. Follow him on X (Twitter): @FairwayJay