Welcome to Razzball’s dedicated gambling column-Teasers and Pleasers! Each Thursday during the NFL season, at 11:00 am EST, TnP will post our top bets for the upcoming week. Just sit back and win some money with us in 2020.
Another winning week in Week 7! These best bets are now 11-4 over the last 15 selections. The model is in a groove right now, and we are hoping it stays there. There are plenty of resources used to make these selections, but many of the key ones can be found right here at Razzball.
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Now let’s get to it! Week 8 picks for your betting pleasure.
Tua Tagovailoa makes his NFL debut after the surprising benching of Ryan Fitzpatrick by head coach Brian Flores during the Dolphins bye week. We all know Tua is the franchise’s future, but Miami has performed well with Fitz under center, leaving us wondering if the future can be now too. With the Rams coming off a short week and Miami off a bye, this line should be smaller. Jared Goff was fortunate last week, nearly turning the ball over twice in his territory. The Dolphins have a fierce pass defense. They will be up for the challenge. Take the home dawg and the four points.
The Ravens improved this week on the defensive line and at wide receiver by acquiring Dez Bryant and Yannick Ngakoue. While Pittsburgh comes in undefeated, it’s Baltimore who I view as the cream of the division. The Ravens have a complete defense, and Mark Andrews is a matchup nightmare, especially for the Steelers. Devin Bush’s injury could be the key that unlocks Lamar Jackson’s game-breaking rushing ability. Plus, John Harbaugh is a master of the bye. He is 9-4 against the spread in his tenure as Ravens head coach. This is the week Baltimore makes their statement in the AFC North, lay the 3.5 points on Sunday.
We have done well betting on Tom Brady in 2020 thus far. This bet has more to do with the Tampa defense, however. I do not see how the Giants offense, led by Daniel Jones, gets anything done on Monday night. This is a good recipe for a big blowout. With Antonio Brown set to join Mike Evans and Chris Godwin next week, the current Bucs receivers will look to cement their target shares ahead of the addition. Tampa Bay rolls over New York. Confidently lay the eleven points on Monday Night Football.
Happy tailing, TnPers!