In our inaugural episode of the BSN Football Betting Podcast, we get Brandon Spano back on the air, joined by Andre Simone, to break down the weekly slate of NFL betting lines.

We start the show off by going through our Week 2 NFL picks, talking about what worked and what didn’t, covering some of the interesting trends so far this season, talking about teams that have been beating the spread and teams that aren’t.

Our second segment is dedicated entirely to our Week 3 picks. While it’s still early, we’re using two different metrics to figure out our picks this week. We offered up five picks and break down how we came to these conclusions.

That, plus news on the latest line movements, teams to be careful about and much more on our first of many Football Betting podcasts.

Check it out!

Born in Boulder and raised in Milan, Italy like Danilo Gallinari. Also like Gallo, I moved to the States at 18; unlike Gallo, I wasn’t drafted by the Knicks but came to attend Western State Colorado University (go Mountaineers!). I graduated in 2009 with a major in Communications and Media and two minors in Journalism and Philosophy. After working in the linguistic field for a few years and listening to sports radio ALL DAY at work, I decided to do it myself and it changed my life around. (Now, I can say I couldn’t be happier and am proudly married to the love of my life Kate.) I moved back to Gunnison and started volunteering for the NPR affiliate up in Crested Butte, while also starting to contribute on an NFL podcast for A 10 minute bit on one podcast turned into being a regular, year-round on three different podcasts on the NFL, College Football, and the NFL Draft. I’ve since started writing on and as well as writing in depth Draft analysis for in the past 3 years. I love the Draft and knowing the stars of the future before everyone else. My sports mount Rushmore is Terrell Davis, Patrick Roy, Italian soccer star Roberto Baggio, and John Elway, deal with it! Hit me up at @andresimone to talk NFL, NCAA football, NFL Draft, CSU football, Nuggets or anything else Colorado or Italy sports related.