NFL Bets Blog – Week 3

The purpose of this blog is finding value bets from the Sunday afternoon NFL slate. The Blog is written on Friday so lines and odds are subject to change before kickoff.


Wild Week 2 (2-4)

I was wrong about the Colts, in my eyes they’re officially frauds. The Saints defense did all they could to hold on after a pitiful performance from the offense, while the Dolphins put on an insane late game come back to take the win. Some teams really showed up this week, making names for themselves as possible Super Bowl contenders, at the same time some teams flat out stunk. This week has some interesting match ups, mostly the Bills and Dolphins, but these are a few of my top picks for the weekend.


Chiefs V. Colts, Chiefs -5.5 (-110)

As I said, the Colts are frauds. They were embarrassed last week by the Jaguars and now have to go up against the almighty Chiefs. Mahomes is unstoppable in the month of September, with 7 TDs and 0 INTs through the first two weeks of the season. After struggling against the Jacksonville defense, the Colts will likely continue to struggle against a much better KC defense. With my luck this will be the Colts redemption game but based on what I’ve seen so far the Chiefs should have no issues covering the spread. 

Bengals V. Jets, Bengals -6 (-110)

The Super Bowl runners-up are 0-2 to start off the season, with their main issue being pass protection for Joey B who has been sacked 13 times already. That shouldn’t be as much of a factor this time around against a Jets team that isn’t known bringing the blitz, with only a 29% pass rush success rate. After a tough go against a good Dallas defense this should be a solid turn around game for a Bengals team seeking its first win.

Eagles V. Commanders, Eagles -6.5 (-105)

Philly is tearing it up so far. They spread the ball around as good as anybody, with “don’t draft me” Miles Sanders leading the team in rushing yards. Jalen Hurts has put on a clinic in the first two weeks both passing and rushing. They have been lockdown on defense as well, with Darius Slay allowing just one reception for Justin Jefferson last week. The Commanders are going to have their hands full, and with what the Eagles did to the Vikings I see them covering for sure.


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