Puskar's Picks: Two-Teamer Thursday September 22

Puskar's Picks: Two-Teamer Thursday September 22

Grant Puskar
2 years ago
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Cleveland Browns quarterback Jacoby Brissett runs the ball vs. New York Jets

Less than 24 hours seperates the city of Cleveland from either riding high into this Sunday without football feeling great, or complete misery and meltdown awaits.

After losing in such dramatic fashion last week, I'm not sure myself or the city is prepared or will be able to handle losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers tonight.

I know it's considered a football city, but Cleveland is still feeling somewhat good as their Guardians are very close to clinching a playoff berth that nobody saw coming.

Thursday brings us to a two teamer that we need to smack. Puskar's Picks went two-for-four yesterday, and since these picks are being parlayed, it is due or die time. 

This Two-Teamer has odds of (+143), and putting 600 tokens on it would net you 1,456 if it smacks.

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Bet No. 1: Browns ML (-209)

Why do I keep telling myself that there is no way the Browns lose this game? They just lost to the New York Jets while making Joe Flacco look like Tom Brady in the heart of his career.

I guess I just don't see a way they lose this game. The Browns have the better quarterback, the better running back(s), and they are supposed to have the better defense.

There are winds projected to be up tp 20 MPH tonight on-field, which you would think would lead to tons of action for Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt. 

Tonight will tell us all we need to know about every single one of those guys in that locker room. Can they bounce back after miserable defeat or will they fold and crumble when they need to come up big?

Bet No. 2: Brewers ML (-157)

With minimal games left to go in the regular season, there are several teams that still need every win they can get if they want to have a shot to get in. In this case, the Milwaukee Brewers happen to be one of them.

Currently fighting to earn the last spot in the National League Wild Card Race, the Brewers sit 2.5 games back of the Philadelphia Phillies for that last spot. 

The Brewers will have their best arm on the mound tonight in Brandon Woodruff, as he will be facing a Cininnati Reds team that has struggled mightily all season long. I'll take them on the moneyline tonight to finish off the two-teamer. 

For the Brewers, they unfortunately do not have any more games left against the Phillies, so it will be up to them to take care of their own business all while rooting for the Phillies to start to slide a bit.

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