NFL: Rob Werner’s Week 4 picks against spread

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The JR Report’s Rob Werner has had an impressive start to the season hitting on 60% (6-4) of his picks. Here are his picks against ESPN’s spread for Week 4 of the NFL regular season.

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Week 4 picks against the spread!

Green Bay Packers (-7) vs. Chicago Bears

Cincinnati Bengals (-3) at Cleveland Browns

Pittsburgh Steelers (-3) at Baltimore Ravens

Tennessee Titans (-1.5) at Houston Texans

Philadelphia Eagles (+1.5) at Los Angeles Chargers

*** The lines are taken from ESPN’s scoreboard***

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For Ryan Lipton’s picks (9/16), 56.3% in 2016, click here. 

Rob Werner is a contributing writer for The JR Report. For more news follow him on twitter @robwerner28.

NFL: Rob Werner’s Week 3 picks against spread

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The JR Report’s Rob Werner had an impressive Week 2, going 4-1. Here are his picks against ESPN’s spread for Week 3 of the NFL regular season.

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Week 3 picks against the spread!

San Francisco 49ers (+2.5) vs. Los Angeles Rams

Baltimore Ravens (+3.5) at Jacksonville Jaguars

Denver Broncos (-3) at Buffalo Bills

Indianapolis Colts (+1) vs. Cleveland Browns

Seattle Seahawks (+2.5) at Tennessee Titans

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Monday Night Football Bonus Pick:

Dallas Cowboys (-3) at Arizona Cardinals


For Ryan Lipton’s picks (8/11, 72.7% in 2016), click here. 

Rob Werner is a contributing writer for The JR Report. For more news follow him on twitter @robwerner28.

NFL: Top 5 Week 1 picks against spread

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The 2017 NFL regular season kicks off in less than 24 hours!

As such, here are The JR Report and Ryan Lipton’s top 5 picks against the spread for Week 1 of the NFL season.

Remember, The JR Report hit on 63% (34/54) of its picks during last year’s regular season.

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Week 1 picks against the spread!

Oakland Raiders (+2.5) at Tennessee Titans

Washington Redskins (+1) vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Los Angeles Rams (-3.5) vs. Indianapolis Colts

New Orleans Saints (+3.5) at Minnesota Vikings

Los Angeles Chargers (+3.5) at Denver Broncos

*** The lines are taken from ESPN’s scoreboard***

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Ryan Lipton is the founder of The JR Report. For more news and The JR Report updates follow him on twitter @rytime98.

5 reasons why Raiders’ Derek Carr is more valuable than Andrew Luck

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The article can also be found on the Raiders Wire!


Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr and Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck are going to start being compared more often moving forward.

That is true not only because of some of their similar attributes, but also because of Carr’s current contract situation on the heels of Luck’s six-year $140 million contract.

As Carr gets prepared for his payday, here is a look at five reasons why Carr is more valuable than Luck.

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No. 1, Carr turns the ball over less

The first and most glaring stat one must look at when comparing Luck and Carr each player’s propensity to turn the ball over.

Over the last three seasons, Carr has thrown 31 interceptions to Luck’s 41. Those stats also include Carr’s rookie season, which is often plagued by interceptions for quarterbacks, and Luck missing nine games in 2015 due to injury.

Carr is on an upward trend when it comes to taking care of the ball, totaling just six interceptions in 2016, whereas Luck’s interception total has been in the double digits for three straight seasons.

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