Brian Berger’s NFL Locks for Week #4

Guest post by @BSB84
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Alright I’m back after a hiatus last week (although I did go 9-7 vs. my grandfather). I went 9-5-2 in week 2 and if we give myself 8-8 for week 3, I’m at 26-20-2 for the season.

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Philadelphia -2 vs. New York Giants – Still makes no sense that the Eagle should be favored in this game with their turnover barrage and the fact that the Giants seem to be rolling now.
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Green Bay -5 vs. NO – NO is in a bad way without Sean Payton and the NO defense is just what GB needs to get their offense rolling
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St. Louis +1.5 vs. Seattle – Seattle clearly got lucky to win last game against GB and St. Louis isn’t as bad as they were last year
Minnesota + 6 vs. Detroit – Detroit can’t stop anyone. I expect a heavy dose of AP and Ponder looks to be the real deal after picking apart the best defense in the league.
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Rest of the picks:
Buffalo + 3.5 vs. NE
Atlanta – 6 vs. Carolina
SF -3 vs.  NY Jets
SD – 3. vs. KC
Houston -10.5 vs. Tennessee
Arizona – 4.5 vs. Miami
Oakland +5.5 vs. Denver
Jacksonville +1 vs. Cincy
Tampa Bay -2 vs. Washington
Dallas – 3.5 vs. Chicago

EyeCare 20/20 Officially Reinstates Free LASIK® Offer to NFL Referees, Withdraws Offer to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and NFL Team Owners

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and NFL Owners saw the light after Dr. Cary Silverman extended his free LASIK® opportunity to them after Monday night’s game.

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EyeCare 20/20, a full-service comprehensive eye care center with three locations across East Hanover, N.J. and West Orange, N.J., officially reinstated their free LASIK® offer to all NFL Referees after the labor dispute ended today, September 27.

EyeCare 20/20 then withdrew their free Lasik offer to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and NFL Team Owners.

“It is interesting how NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and NFL Team Owners saw the light less than one day after I offered to correct their ‘shortsightedness,’” said Medical Director, Dr. Cary Silverman. “My offer to them is now off the table, they can afford Lasik.”

After the NFL labor dispute ended on Wednesday, Dr. Silverman stated that referees now need the opportunity to receive free Lasik more than ever.

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