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NFL OVER UNDER picks Week 3

Maybe you’ve already got your picks in for Week 3 of the 2020 NFL regular season, but by focusing only on point spreads, moneylines or fantasy, you’re robbing yourself of potential opportunities to make money on over/unders.

Here are a trio of NFL OVER UNDER picks for Week 3 that are worthy of your attention. Totals are mid-week numbers courtesy of SugarHouse Sportsbook, visit them for the latest or see comparative NFL odds on every game here at NFP.

Season record: 4-3

Los Angeles Rams at Buffalo Bills (47.5)

The Rams held the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles to fewer than 20 points each and should again keep the Bills in that range. Buffalo’s offense has been fire thus far, but it hasn’t had to deal with an Aaron Donald or a Jalen Ramsey. This will be a very different challenge.

Buffalo’s defense is also stronger the Dallas’ and probably even Philly’s based on how the Eagles performed last week. The 28 points they surrendered against the Miami Dolphins was likely an anomaly. A unit that surrendered just 16.2 points per game last season should be just as strong in 2020.

The Rams offense is likely to come back to earth here, while the Buffalo offense is in for a challenge. I have no idea why anyone excepts more than 40 or so points in Orchard Park Sunday.

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Tennessee Titans at Minnesota Vikings (47.5)

With the secondary gutted, the pass rush limited sans Danielle Hunter and Anthony Barr now out of the picture at linebacker, the Vikings defense is a complete mess. Meanwhile, the Tennessee offense woke up with Ryan Tannehill lighting up the Jacksonville Jaguars last week. They should be able to keep rolling that way here.

That said, Minnesota will be desperate, and it’s a good sign for the Vikings’ sake that quarterback Kirk Cousins is coming off a poor performance because the guy’s been riding a roller-coaster his entire damn career. Look for him to keep the Vikes fighting and turn this into a shootout against a shorthanded Tennessee secondary as this goes way over the total.

Washington Football Team at Cleveland Browns (44.5)

This is a battle between two teams relying on untrustworthy young quarterbacks behind offensive lines that are either a work in progress (Cleveland) or just plain bad (Washington), with scary defensive fronts on the other side. Chase Young and Myles Garrett could go off in this game, which could set up a defensive battle.

Both of these teams are averaging exactly 21 points per game, but now Washington is without key offensive lineman Brandon Scherff. Watch for a 23-16-type result in Cleveland Sunday afternoon.

Brad Gagnon has been passionate about both sports and mass media since he was in diapers -- a passion that won't die until he's in them again. He was a lead contributor to an earlier incarnation of NationalFootballPost.com and was happy to return when new management revived the brand in 2020. Based in Toronto, he's covered the NFL since 2008 and has been a national NFL writer at Bleacher Report since 2012. He despises all 32 NFL teams equally but remains a fan of the Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Blue Jays and Toronto Raptors. He can be reached at Brad@NationalFootballPost.com