Week three is underway and here are six NFL bets that we would like to highlight heading into this week’s games.
Tua Tagovailoa Passing Touchdowns: (Over 1.5 -136)
Tua Tagovailoa is coming off of an amazing game against the Ravens in which he threw a staggering six touchdowns. The Buffalo Bills are the top team to beat right now, however, their secondary is very beat-up, and they will have four backups starting against the Dolphins this week. We like Tagovailoa to find the end zone more than once this week.
Garrett Wilson Receptions: (Over 4.5 +110)
After last week’s display of eight receptions for 102 yards and two touchdowns against the Browns, the Jets have found their diamond in the rough. Joe Flacco will start to look Garrett Wilson’s way after seeing his capabilities, not only in the end zone, but as a deep threat as well.
Anytime Touchdown 2 – Man Parlay (Michael Thomas, Amon-Ra St. Brown +425)
Our first parlay of the year is an anytime touchdown by Amon-Ra St. Brown and Michael Thomas. We love both of these guys to find the end zone at least once this week, just as they’ve both been doing all season. Amon-Ra St. Brown looks primed and guaranteed for five plus receptions and a touchdown each time he steps out on the field. Michael Thomas does what he does best against defenders, which is getting over the top of them, and catching any ball that comes his way. Jameis Winston will continue to look his way in the end zone.
Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants (Cowboys MoneyLine + 100)
While a Cooper Rush lead offence may not be great, he has stepped in and delivered in his showing last week against the Bengals. This week, they are underdogs heading into a matchup against the New York Giants, and we see no reason that they should be. The Giants are looking to make a point in this game against the Cowboys, and we don’t see it favouring them.
Javonte Williams Receptions: (Over 3.5 +118)
Russell Wilson’s go-to target is yet to be determined, however, what has been shown is that when he runs out of time in the pocket or feels pressure, he does not chuck it downfield as much anymore. He tends to turn to Javonte Williams in the backfield. While sometimes it may only be for a few yards, Wilson looks his way constantly, and this line is set way too low for a guy who has seen 12 receptions over two weeks.
Jalen Hurts Completions (Over 19.5 -108)
Jalen Hurts is a surprising MVP Candidate as of now. Hurts has thrown for 576 Yards and has scored three rushing touchdowns, alongside one passing touchdown. In this game against a weak Commanders team, he looks to continue his amazing season and we like him to look almost perfect throwing 20+ completions.
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