NFL Week Two: Bets, Predictions

WSH ML (+100)*

*Special boost on Caesars Sportsbook

CIN ML (+144)

Burrow is the better QB compared to Dalton right now. CIN’ offense looks to be proficient at the least, and CHI just hasn’t been able to say that in some time. Unless Fields is the full time starter, I am fading CHI.

MIA +3.5 (-108)

BUF goes from one tough defense to another. But, they still have Allen and his dual threat presence that makes it hard to bet against them after going 13-3 and finishing as AFC runner ups a season ago. This Dolphins team could jump up within the division and keep some games close, similar to what they did last week against NE.

DEN -5.5 (-115)

DEN looked solid in all facets of the game during week one. JAX looked like a team on a massive losing streak (15 games) starting a rookie QB and a rookie HC. Recipe for disaster against this DEN roster.

NE -3.5 (-113)

The line has since shifted to 5.5, which is why I grabbed it so early. Belichick against rookie QB’s is enough for me, but I also don’t think the Jets have nearly a good team (still) especially after losing their franchise offensive lineman Becton and taking Zach Wilson number two overall.

TEN +6.5 (-111)

I will not fall trap to week one overreactions! TEN has arguably the best top-heavy offensive roster in the league and to give them nearly a touchdown in this game seems like too much to me, despite the showing SEA had in week one.

SF vs. PHI u50.5 (-115)

These two teams inherently have running the football as their identity. Hurts may prove to be an effective passer, but there’s no denying there should be more run plays than pass plays in this game, and both teams will be able to move the ball by doing so.

NO -3.5 (-118)

Is Winston the answer for NO? For all that my opinion matters, yes. I thought learning under one of the best offensive systems in league history (especially for QB’s) for one year would do Winston wonders, and week one further solidified that belief. This NO team could be very, very powerful against a CAR team that is dealing with a new QB and a lot of young talent on the defensive side.

NO vs. CAR o44.5 (-112)

As I mentioned, Winston might keep this NO offense among the leagues best. Even so that in this matchup they might score 30+ points again and have an easy time covering this total. CAR has some really good weapons, and it will only take a few big plays or a couple of good drives for them to do their part in covering the total.

MIN +4 (-108)

AZ had the best performance of week one, but this is one of those games that I can see the trio of Jefferson, Theilen and Cook combining for more than three touchdowns. The vikings defense will get shredded, but their offense might have just enough firepower to hang in there and keep it a FG game.

Diontae Johnson anytime TD scorer (+195)

Chase Claypool anytime TD scorer (+180)

Henry Ruggs anytime TD scorer (+410)

Total risked: $65

Total return: $82.75 ($17.75 profit)

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