NFL Underdog Pick Week 8
October 28th 2017
- Special K            

Oakland Raiders (+2.5) at Buffalo Bills

Last week was a must win game for the Da Raiders against the Chiefs. The Raiders kept their playoff aspirations alive by scoring a TD with no time left on the clock. Now, one could consider the Bills game a letdown game after winning such a hard fought divisional game but the Raiders played on a Thursday and had some extra time off to prepare for the Bills. The biggest edge in this football game that I see is with the Raiders offense. The Raiders have a much better receiving core and more weapons than the Bills. Yes, I understand that you are concerned about Lynch being suspended but I think the duo of Richard and Washington will fill in nicely and are a better fit for the Raiders offense than Lynch. They are both better than Lynch at catching passes out of the backfield.

Don't get me wrong, Buffalo is a really tough place to win. The Bills have won 11 of their last 15 games at home. However, the Raiders are 5-0 ATS in their last 5 meetings and are 4-0 ATS in their last 4 meetings in Buffalo.

Not to mention Carr is 9-3 SU in last 12 road games.

This will probably be one of the best games to watch on Sunday. Late game heroics are becoming second nature to Derek Carr and I expect the Raiders to pull off another magical win on Sunday.

Take the Raiders and the points

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