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: 5-3-0
4U: San Francisco -7 (-110) at New York Jets – If the Jets struggled last week against Buffalo, they will have their hands full this week against San Francisco. Despite George Kittle injuring his knee and being a ghost in the entire second half, it looks like he will be ready for this Sunday in what is his best matchup of the year.
2U: New York Giants +5.5 (-110) at Chicago – The Giants were one ugly red-zone turnover away from making their Week 1 outing a close and competitive game. It is essential that Daniel Jones holds on to the ball, or at least only throws it to his own team. Trouble is brewing with Allen Robinson in Chicago and that is the last thing this offense needs.
4U: New Orleans -5.5 (-110) at Las Vegas – New Orleans is coming off a great performance where it managed to put up 34 points without the help of Michael Thomas. Las Vegas, on the other hand, snuck away with a shootout win against Carolina. If the Teddy Bridgewater and Carolina managed 30 points against this defense, the sky is the limit for Drew Brees and company.
2U: Pittsburgh vs. Denver: Under 43 (-110) – Denver still has a formidable defense despite losing Von Miller for the year. These defenses only gave up 16 points each in Week 1 and it will be a similar style slug-fest in Week 2.
3U: Philadelphia vs. Los Angeles Rams: Over 45.5 (-110) – Miles Sanders is on track to return for Week 2 and he will be a much needed spark to the Philadelphia offense. Expect both of these offenses to find the end-zone on multiple occasions as long as everyone can stay healthy.
Thursday Night Player Props
3U: Odell Beckham Jr. Over 60.5 Receiving Yards (-115) – Cleveland gets a reprieve this week as it hosts Cincinnati on Thursday night. Jarvis Landry is questionable, and David Njoku was put on Injured Reserve. Beckham should cross this mark with ease.
3U: Kareem Hunt Over 40.5 Rushing Yards (-115) – Hunt is clearly a major part of the Cleveland offense. Not only did he split carries with Nick Chubb in Week 1, but he received most of the goal line carries.
2U: John Ross Under 30 Receiving Yards (-115) – John Ross averages 2.5 catches per game over his career and that includes the stats from his two monstrous outlier games in 2019. Clearly the third option in Cincinnati, he gets a few chances at best each game.
Week 1 Recap
2U: New England -6 (-110) vs. Miami – WIN
3U: Minnesota -2.5 (-110) vs. Green Bay – LOST
2U: Las Vegas -3 (-110) at Carolina – WIN
3U: Pittsburgh -5.5 (-110) at New York Giants – WIN
2U: New England vs. Miami: Over 42 (-110) – LOST
1U: Washington vs. Philadelphia: Under 43.5 (-110) – LOST
5U: David Johnson Over 44 Rushing Yards (-115) – WIN
4U: Will Fuller Over 60 Receiving Yards (-110) – WIN