“The Favorites”: Millman and BlackJack’s Week 2 SuperContest Picks

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  • Chad and BlackJack have chosen five bets for Week 2 of the Las Vegas Westgate SuperContest.
  • BlackJack likes the Colts as a 6-point underdog on the road in Washington
  • Chad thinks the market has "overreacted" to the Rams after Week 1.

The Action Network’s Chad Millman and BlackJack Fletcher are back for another with their five Week 2 picks for the Westgate Las Vegas SuperContest.

More info here about this week’s contest odds, which lock on Wednesdays.

You can check out the logic behind their picks below, and don’t forget to download, rate and review to The Favorite’s Podcast on iTunes!

Indianapolis Colts at Washington Redskins

The Pick: Colts +6

BJ: “I think there’s a lot of value in the Colts. They will score. Andrew Luck looks like he’s kind of back to being himself, I think the Colts will be able to put up enough points.”

Houston Texans at Tennessee Titans

The Pick: Houston PK

BJ: “If we know one thing about the Texans defense, it’s tough to run on them. They’ve got a massive front so Derrick Henry’s going to struggle a little bit.”

Arizona Cardinals at Los Angeles Rams

The Pick: Cardinals +12.5

Chad: “This to me is the greatest example, in the history of examples, of Week 2 overreaction. … This game should be power rated as Rams by 9. Right now it’s Rams by 12.5.”

New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys

The Pick: Giants +3

BJ: “The Giants defense looked really good. So, yeah, I think they go in here and win this thing outright. This line is bizarre to me.”

Seattle Seahawks at Chicago Bears

The Pick: Seahawks +3.5

BJ: “Russel Wilson does one thing really well, maybe better than almost anyone outside of Tom Brady: he keeps you in games. When’s the last time the Seahawks got blown out? It doesn’t happen. He keeps them alive.”

Editor’s note: The opinions on these games are from the individual writers and are based on their research, analysis and perspective. They are independent of, and may not always match with, the algorithm-driven Best Bets from Sports Insights.