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.
Last week these best bets were 2-1 against the spread, and we were 3-0 ATS on best bets for Week 4. Things are have been profitable, as TnPers are 6-2 in our last eight contests (14-7 over the previous 21). All aboard!
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Now let’s get to it! Week 6 picks for your betting pleasure.
Dan Quinn is out to Falcons fans’ joy, but the Atlanta locker room’s feeling is likely not mutual. The players often stuck their necks out for coach so that a hangover could be coming this week. Even if the move energizes the Falcons, the Vikings pass rush will be a formidable enemy. They showed their prowess last week against the Seattle Seahawks offensive line, and Matt Ryan will need all of the weapons on the field to combat the pressure. Kirk Cousins should have an easier time against abysmal Falcons cornerbacks. Adam Theilen and Justin Jefferson will feast, allowing the Vikings to cover 3.5 points at home.
Baker Mayfield needed to have his ribs x-rayed after getting hurt late versus the Colts last week, and he will be without his Pro Bowl guard this week against a stout Steelers defense. This is my favorite combination to bet against. An ailing QB, missing a piece of protection. Pittsburgh has so much WR depth; they will carve up the skinny Cleveland secondary. Take the better team at home and lay the 3.5 points.
This selection is based mainly on line value, with a sprinkle of getting healthy in there too. The first number was Tampa Bay -3 before they thoroughly coughed one up to the Chicago Bears last week. Now, we are getting points, as the public is heavily backing the Pack. We also get Tom Brady as an underdog, of which he is 43-21 ATS, AND…he is an underdog too. Combining those two facts, Brady is 14-1 ATS as an underdog coming off a loss. Tampa’s wide receivers need to be healthy, so that will factor into my confidence too. Buccaneers +1.5 as home dogs.
Happy tailing, TnPers!