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Beating the Book: Chris Liss Handicaps Week 5

Chris Liss

Chris Liss

Chris Liss is RotoWire's Managing Editor and Host of RotoWIre Fantasy Sports Today on Sirius XM radio.

I went 7-7-1 last week, and that was about what should have happened. I went 2-2 on coin flips but only 1-3-1 on games I liked. That said, the Texans getting three was the right side almost all day, and Pittsburgh and Atlanta were inside the 10 in the closing seconds of their essentially pick'em games when they failed to send it to overtime. Only the Jets pick was truly off base.

This week was a tough slate, and I found myself picking more public teams than I usually would: the Pats, Saints, Falcons and Broncos, for example. Mercifully, the other big public team, the Steelers, are off in Week 5, so I can't pick them again.

I don't feel that strongly about anything on this slate, but if I had to pick, my best bets are the Ravens, Broncos and Texans, and by "best", I mean I didn't strongly consider the other side in those games.

The Lions-Packers, Bills-Browns, Jets-Falcons and Saints-Bears were coin flips. Like last week, I went back and forth on the

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