Hey Cash with Flash family, Johnny Sawbucks here and I am back with a whole new slate of picks for this weekend’s action. I for one am excited about the return of Pac-12 football. I still have no idea how long we will have a football season and I am grateful for each and every week we get. This week I am going to give out every pick on my slate for FREE. All I ask in return is when you ride with me, and we are up a few units after the weekend, you come back next week and buy next week’s package with your winnings. It seems to me like a fair ask. Let’s start building a trusting relationship here.

Although I will be giving out all of this week’s picks for free, I still will have my free pick of the week. I am currently 6-1 in my weekly free picks and here is another winner for you. The Oklahoma Sooners are the biggest favorites on my slate of picks and they are the team I have the most confidence in. First things first Kansas is bad. Real bad! They are 0-6 on the season and also 0-6 ATS. This spread is huge don’t get me wrong but with Oklahoma seemingly figuring out their flaws, and Kansas unable to score points. I see Oklahoma being up by at least 35 at the half an that would put them in a position to need just one touchdown more than Kansas in the second half to cover the 38 point spread

Free Pick of the Week: Oklahoma -38

This week’s DFS value player of the week is Marvin Jones Jr. Jones is only $5,100 on Draftkings. With the absence of Kenny Golladay, Jones is the obvious fill-in for WR target share on the Lions offense. Add that to the fact the Lions are playing the 29th ranked defense in fantasy points allowed to WR and it’s a great formula for success this week.

Thank you for reading this week’s article lets go make money together this week. Again all I ask is that after I help you make money this week you come back for next week’s package. We are building a beautiful thing here and we want you to be a part of it. Follow Johnny Sawbucks on Twitter and Instagram @JohnnySawbucks


Week 9 Picks


BYU -3.5

Michigan -3.5

Boston College -14

Appalachian State -20

Maryland +25

Minnesota -7

Clemson -5

Coastal Carolina -18



Atlanta -4

Seattle -3

Kansas City -10.5

Washington -2.5

Pittsburgh -14

New England -7