If you wanna make money in the NFL, then you have to parlay.
Find some nice, juicy games that will pay off-put’em together and make some beautiful betting music.
Of course, it’s hard to find the right tips from a legitimate tipster.
Luckily, I have had a good season of 63% correct in against the spread betting.
I was as high as 71% a few weeks ago, but you know-stuff happens.
Let’s take a look at my record thus far:
Wade’s NFL Weekly Record
Week 1/ 5-11
Week 2/ 8-8
Week 3/ 13-3
Week 4/ 11-4
Week 5/ 11-4
Week 6/ 11-4
Week 7/ 10-4
Week 8/ 11-4
Week 9/ 4-9
Week 10/ 9-4
As you can see, Week 1 and Week 9 were a punch in the dick, but you’re going to have those once in a while.
Here are some of my top picks for Week 11.
You might want to add some of these bad boys into a tasty little parlay to increase the amount you can win.
I generally pick games that are upsets, or games where the spread is just way to dang high.
-6 Saints (7-2) vs Bucs (3-6) +50
The Bucs have been playing some ugly football. Jameis Winston had issues holding onto the ball, as well as some Mr. Magoo-like vision in the earlier part of the season, but seems to have settled down a bit as of late.
The Saints were humming, then the Falcons came to town and made them look like chumps.
Was that a one-off, or did the Falcons expose their weakness?
This line is too high for the Bucs at home. They put up a ton of points, and their D line should have no problem swamping up Kamara.
Saints should win, but the Bucs will cover the spread.
Falcons (2-7) vs -4.5 Panthers (5-4) +49.5
Atlanta is coming off a hot win over New Orleans last week, and are all smiles like a dude coming out clean after an STD test. Matt Ryan has put up some good stats, but the wins have been as elusive as his offensive line.
Christian McCaffrey is holding the Panthers together, but he is only one man with an inept QB.
The Falcons are feeling juicy, they will probably lose-but will keep it closer than you think.
Texans (6-3) vs -4 Ravens (7-2) +51.5
Where were you when the Ravens beat the Patriots 2 weeks ago? What were you wearing? How did it feel?
The Ravens gave everyone some warm fuzzies when they were able to humble Tom Brady and the Patriots on a late Sunday evening.
They whooped the Bengals last week and now they face Deshaun Watson.
Will the Texans D be able to contain Lamar Jackson?
More importantly-will the Ravens be able to shut down Deshaun Watson?
Doubtful. Love the Texans here after a week off of having loads of time to watch Ravens games.
This will be a tight, fun game-but the Texans should prevail.
Jaguars (4-5) vs -3 Colts (5-4) +43.5
Big Dick Nick is swinging! Lock up your wives and tight ends.
Will Nick make a big enough difference in this game against Jacoby Brissett?
This is a hard one (pun intended), as Foles is kind of unproven despite looking good for a bit in Week 1.
The Colts still have a great O-line and defense, so it will be tough for Nick to get a rhythm going.
He will need to reply on Leonard Fournette to get some real action here.
This game SHOULD be a low scoring, close game.
The Colts seem to screw-up these division games
-3.5 Patriots (8-1) vs Eagles (5-4) +45.5
Is this really a retribution game if the Patriots don’t care & think that it is?
Philly will be looking to capitalise on the Pats loss against the Ravens, but obviously don’t have the tools to do so.
It will be interesting to see how their D chases Tom, as he loves to munch blitzes-so they will need to stagger rush.
The Eagles have Jay Ajayi back, which will make British broadcasters happy-but he has been off a bit, so doubtful he is in any form.
The Eagles will need to get a run going vs this crazy Pats D who has had a week off.
Billy B is deadly with a week off, so it’s hard to see the Eagles doing any damage to the champs here.
Eagles should keep it close though.
Bears (4-5) vs -6.5 Rams (5-4)
Woe is Bears. With some key injuries affecting their D, as well as Kyle Long disappearing from the O-line, the Bears have struggled to get on form from last season.
Not as badly as the Rams, but bad.
I have gone on at length that Jared Goff looks ‘shell-shocked’ from the Super Bowl loss last year, and he doesn’t show any signs of getting better this season.
His O-line is a shambles, and their running game is not what it use to be.
The Bears need to establish the run, and chase the heck out of Goff to get some pick sixes.
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