Another betting week is upon us, as we get ready for an exciting Sunday of NFL games.
With plenty of heavy hitting matches on tap, there are loads of opportunities to make some cash with smart bets.
To help you out (or not), we offer you some Week 3 Tips to increase your betting odds.
Wade and Ryan remarkably chose a lot of the games the same, which doesn’t happen very often.
That being said, the guys each have some value in their picks to help you make the right betting decision for you.
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Now let’s break down some of the top plays for this week according to our pundits.
For Ryan it’s all about the Bills this week, as he has high hopes for his Buffalo team that struggled against the Steelers in Week 1.
He is also offering his last heap of praise on the Falcons for this season, disappoint him, and be shamed for ever (or until next season).
Among some of Ryan’s top picks:
Buffalo is home at Orchard Park, which means the tables will be smashing to the sound of music.
Home field music. Ryan thinks his Bills will squash the Washington running game en route to a big beating for the home crowd.
LA Chargers +6.5
Justin and the boys are rolling into Kansas City to face Patrick Mahomes and the down trodden Chiefs. After losing to the Ravens last week, Ryan thinks they will struggle against a tough LA squad.
He’s got the Chargers to cover in this one.
The devil might have Daniel Jones, but the Falcons have Matt Ryan and he’s going to win. This could/ should/ would be the last chance to invest in Atlanta. Don’t let him down this week.
LA Rams +1.5
Tom Brady might have it all, just not a victory on Sunday. Ryan thinks that the Rams will stuff the Bucs, allowing Matt Stafford plenty of time to get the ball around.
Wade is coming off some tough fantasy weeks, so is a bit tender when it comes to betting this week. Baby steps baby.
He does have some nuggets of gold that he sees, after correctly picking the Panthers and Broncos to go 2-0 at this point despite the odds.
Lamar might be back, but much of their team is down to injury. After an emotionally inspired win over the Chiefs in week 2, Baltimore might simply be out of gas (like Britain) after that game.
Detroit finds a way to grab points in garbage time, so it seems foolish to totally count out Goff when he has so much to prove.
Bill Belichick always has a plan, but so does Jameis Winston. ‘Chuck it deep.’
It seems a bit insulting to favour the Patriots by 3 after the whooping that the Saints laid on the Packers in week 1. Mac Jones will struggle against this D, and Kamara looks to have a beast of a game.
Pittsburgh is a bunch of broken toys after week 2, losing key parts of their D. Once TJ Watt was out last week, the team collapsed on itself. The Bengals on the other hand almost came back from the Bears, and will be motivated to knock out the pesky Pittsburgh team.
7 points is a lot to give to a broken Baker Mayfield who is missing some of his key receivers.
Justin Fields gets his start after being okay’ish against the Bengals last week.
Chicago might lose this game, but they won’t get blown out.
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