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: 48-48-1 (50.0%)
4U: Indianapolis -2 (-110) @ Las Vegas – The Raiders are free failing out of the playoff race, despite their miraculous comeback win in Week 13 that only could have come against the Jets. Josh Jacobs is expected to be sidelined for another game which will put all the weight on Derek Carr.
4U: Dallas -3 (-110) @ Cincinnati – With the quarterback carousel and inefficient play from Ezekiel Elliott, it was unlikely that missed field goals would have been the nail in the coffin last week. Andy Dalton can move the offense down the field and the Cowboys get a welcomed matchup against the Bengals.
3U: Baltimore -1 (-110) @ Cleveland – The Browns have not faced a formidable defense in a long time. Four of their last six games were against defenses that rank in the bottom five, while the Ravens are ranked in the top 10. This is a must-win game for the Ravens if they want to keep their playoff hopes alive.
3U: Los Angeles Rams vs. New England: Under 44 (-110) – The last time these two teams faced off was in Superbowl LIII when the game finished with 26 points. Coaches and schemes are similar, but players and overall talent is far inferior. The Patriots have shown that they can keep the Rams offense in check, and Cam Newton’s inability to throw the ball against average defenses will make it tough to score points.
2U: Cincinnati vs. Dallas: Over 42.5 (-110) – The Cowboys and Bengals defense are laughable this year. They barely top only the Jaguars and Lions in the rankings.
Thursday Night Props
4U: Cam Newton Pass Yards Under 180.5 (-110) – Newton hasn’t even thrown for 180 yards if you combine the totals in the last two games and has only topped this mark three times all season. He does not have much to work with in the passing game, but some of the blame certainly falls on his inaccuracy.
4U: Damien Harris Rushing Yards Over 50.5 (-110) – The Patriots win when Harris moves the ball on the ground and that will have to be a focus on Thursday night. He is averaging 5 yards per carry and has at least 10 rush attempts in all but one game this year.
3U: Tyler Higbee Receiving Yards Under 27.5 (-110) – Higbee was a pre-season sleeper but is all but obsolete from the Rams receiving game. Josh Reynolds has been sliding into some of the tight end type routes and Gerald Everett is back and healthy.
Week 13 Recap
5U: Chicago -3 (-110) vs. Detroit – Loss
5U: Green Bay vs. Philadelphia: Over 47 (-110) – WIN
3U: Tennessee -5.5 (-110) vs. Cleveland – Loss
4U: Chicago (-110) vs. Detroit: Under 44.5 (-110) – Loss