Another NFL season is upon us and sports gambling is now legal in half of the states across the country. Time will tell, but California, Florida, Kansas, Maine and Nebraska are expected to flip the switch in the coming years. Whether you like to hedge your fantasy matchups or double down on your favorite team, there will be enough lucrative bets posted here each week to increase your wallet size. I will post my favorite picks from game lines, Over/Unders, and sprinkle in some player prop bets to keep it spicy. If the mood strikes, you can expect some parlays to carry through the entire weekend as well.
Season Results: +10.24 Units
Season Record: 47-38-1 (55.23%)
Week 11 Recap
The week started off great by hitting two out the three Thursday Night Props. Both Over/Unders hit, while the New York Giants were exposed and the Los Angeles Chargers were grossly outplayed but still managed to cover.
3U: Seattle -3 vs Las Vegas (-110) – Seattle had a much-needed bye week after losing in Germany, despite seeing San Francisco continue to roll and take over the division. Seattle is most likely fighting for a wild card spot and Las Vegas’ 25th-ranked offense shouldn’t scare you.
3U: Tennessee +2 vs. Cincinnati (-110) – Tennessee is still not getting the respect it deserves and is getting points at home this week. The Cincinnati offensive line continues to be an issue and getting Ja’Marr Chase back will not be enough.
3U: Baltimore -3.5 @ Jacksonville (-110) – Baltimore is one of three teams that ranks in the Top-10 for both offense and defense, and the only team to rank in the Top-5 for both. The Jacksonville defense has been horrible and this could be the game that Lamar Jackson turns it around.
3U: Cleveland vs. Tampa Bay: Under 43 (-110) – Tampa Bay and its opponents have gone under in all but two games this year. Cleveland’s Top-5 offense will be stifled by the Tampa Bay defense to continue the Under trend.
3U: Miami vs. Houston: Under 47 (-110) – While we are always looking for new trends, the Unders did very well last week in games with 9.5 or higher favorites. We have another one this Sunday with Houston making a switch at quarterback with Kyle Allen getting the start.
Thursday Night Player Props
3U: Josh Allen Over 0.5 Interceptions Thrown (-115) – Josh Allen has thrown a lot of interceptions this year, with six in just the last four games. Whether he is not 100 percent or trying to force too much, the odds make sense because he only has four games total this year without an interception.
3U: Saquon Barkley Under 99.5 Rushing + Receiving Yards (-115) – Barkley has barely been a threat in the passing game and has earned most of his yards on the ground. Dallas has the second-best defense and he is coming off a game with 1.47 yards per attempt against one of the league’s worst defenses.
3U: Mac Jones Under 231.5 Passing Yards (-115) – Jones has been terrible and has only thrown for more than 231 yards once since September. There is a possibility that he gets benched again mid-game if things get ugly early.