You’ve come to the right place. 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.
2020 Overall Record: 57-53-3 (51.8%)
5U: Buffalo -7 (-110) at New England – Not only is New England one of the worst offenses when looking at all the statistics, but it doesn’t even pass the eye test. This game will be over as soon as Buffalo gets out to a 14-0 lead. The Buffalo defense is not playing at the elite level it was last year, but it still ranks in the top-half of the league.
4U: Philadelphia -2.5 (-110) at Dallas – Jalen Hurts is the injection that Philadelphia needed! While Ezekiel Elliot has been anything but incredible, Dallas is still better when he is the lead running back. Tony Pollard was only averaging 2 yards per carry last week before breaking off a huge run at the end of last week’s game against San Francisco.
2U: Miami -3 (-110) at Las Vegas – It is quite possible that Marcus Mariota is better than Derek Carr, but it won’t matter who is under center for Las Vegas as Miami continues its march to the playoffs. The Miami defense still ranks in the Top 10 and Las Vegas’ only win in the last five weeks has come against the New York Jets.
3U: New York Jets vs. Cleveland: Under 46.5 (-110) – Contrary to popular belief, the Jets defense is not terrible, and they have been more efficient than Cleveland. Cleveland will look to run the ball with Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt, which will result in fewer possessions for each team.
3U: Houston vs. Cincinnati: Over 44.5 (-110) – Cincinnati and Houston both have defenses that rank in the Bottom 10. Deshaun Watson is more than capable of moving the ball and putting up points. What Cincinnati did on Monday night was impressive against the Pittsburgh defense, so this should be a walk in the park.
4U: Justin Jefferson Receiving Yards Over 65.5 (-110) – Minnesota will need Jefferson to have some big plays to have a shot against New Orleans. He has had more than 65 receiving yards in five out of the last six games.
3U: Alvin Kamara Receiving Yards Over 45.5 (-110) – Kamara is back and fully healthy. He is another beneficiary of Thomas being out. New Orleans will look to be in early season form when Kamara eclipsed this mark in eight out of the first 10 games.
Week 15 Recap
4U: Indianapolis -7 (-110) vs. Houston – PUSH
4U: Kansas City -3 (-110) at New Orleans – PUSH
4U: Austin Ekeler Receiving Yards Over 40.5 (-110) – Loss
3U: Darren Waller Receiving Yards Over 63.5 (-110) – WIN
3U: Cincinnati vs. Pittsburgh: Over 40.5 (-110) – WIN
3U: Green Bay vs. Carolina: Over 51 (-110) – Loss
2U: Philadelphia +6 (-110) at Arizona – Loss