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: 17-7-0 (70.83 percent)
5U: Tampa Bay -7 (-110) vs. Los Angeles Chargers – The Justin Herbert magic did not last long. After a promising outing against Kansas City, Carolina absolutely stifled the Chargers offense. Their defense is riddled with injuries as well, and they are making a long trip all the way to Tampa Bay this weekend.
3U: Dallas -4.5 (-110) vs. Cleveland – This matchup is a tale of two offenses. While neither defense can stop much of anything, the league-leading Dallas pass offense should have no problem keeping pace ahead of the Cleveland ground attack. With Kareem Hunt questionable, Nick Chubb will shoulder the load (and he is more than capable to do so) but this will ultimately fall to Baker Mayfield if Cleveland wants to stay in this game.
2U: Buffalo -3 (-110) at Las Vegas – The Buffalo offense is ranked just outside the Top 5, while the Las Vegas defense has statistically been one of the worst in the league through three weeks. I am not sure what Josh Allen is drinking, but I’ll have a glass or two.
2U: Carolina vs. Arizona: Under 52.5 (-110) – Carolina managed to surprise everyone last week, but still only managed 21 points against a soft Los Angeles Chargers defense.
2U: Las Vegas vs. Buffalo: Under 52.5 (-110) – Both of these teams have been leaning heavily towards passing the ball in the first three weeks given how their games have gone. Both teams also have very strong running games, which they will get back to on Sunday.
Thursday Night Player Props
3U: Noah Fant Over 43.5 Receiving Yards (-115) – Fant has eclipsed this mark in each game so far while still leading the team in targets. Brett Rypien will be Denver’s third starting quarterback in four weeks and Fant will be the security blanket this Thursday.
3U: Melvin Gordon Over 87.5 Rushing + Receiving Yards (-115) – Phillip Lindsay is questionable which will leave Gordon to receive a bulk of the action. It is a short week with a new quarterback. Gordon is the exact type of running back who will get a lot of looks in this game.
3U: Braxton Berrios Over 40.5 Receiving Yards (-115) – Someone has to catch the ball for the New York Jets, and Berrios is that guy. He has 12 targets through three games and finds himself as the No. 1 option for a second week in a row.
Week 3 Recap
2U: Los Angeles Rams +2.5 (-110) at Buffalo – Loss
3U: San Francisco -4 (-110) at New York Giants – WIN
4U: Los Angeles Chargers -6.5 (-110) vs. Carolina – Loss
3U: Arizona vs. Detroit: Under 54.5 (-110) – WIN
2U: Cleveland vs. Washington: Over 44 (-110) – WIN
3U: Gardner Minshew Over 17.5 Rushing Yards (-115) – WIN
3U: Laviska Shenault Jr. Over 32.5 Receiving Yards (-115) – WIN
2U: James Robinson To Score A Touchdown (+110) – WIN