NFL Games Week 9 Free Money Picks
Last-second touchdown's, Daniel Jones' love for turnovers, and way too much wind. Last week was quite the up and down roller coaster for betting in the NFL. So this week you may be down and on that last 20 dollars in your account, all bonus money of course because the site never wants to give you money before you bet it 100 times over. You need a big win to rejuvenate your account and you know the best way to do that? A three-team parlay with great odds... it's basically free money, parlays like never lose.
Three Team Parlay Basically Free Money
Denver Broncos at Atlanta Falcons
The Broncos are coming in off a last-second touchdown as they won late against the Chargers but in reality, I feel like the Chargers lose on the last play every week for the last 5 years. The Broncos though have been able to keep almost every game close this year and this game shouldn't be any different. The Falcons looked impressive last week but their best two pass rushers will be out of this game and even though the Falcons will be able to score I don't see them keeping the Broncos out of the endzone enough to cover this spread.
Denver Broncos +4 (-110)
Baltimore Ravens at Indianapolis Colts
The Ravens have cemented themselves as "frauds" not my words, just stats until they are able to win a game against a top 5 NFL team or a playoff game. A lot of the problems have been the inconsistency on offense, as the defense has continued to maul everyone. In comes the big bad Colts and Father of 43 kids Phillip Rivers. The Colts have been impressive on both sides of the ball but the surprise to me is the resurgence of Rivers who looked terrible to start the season. I don't believe Philip Rivers will last and his lack of arm strength and mobility will show up in this game. Lamar Jackson will remind everyone he is an elite QB and behind the defense lead the Ravens to the win.
Baltimore Ravens +1.5 (-115)
Seattle Seahawks at Buffalo Bills
If this game were earlier in the season, it would be a battle of the top two MVP candidates to see who the true MVP is... but Josh Allen has fallen off a bit and Russel Wilson just continues to throw touchdown passes on like every other pass. Last year the Bills won games on the back of their defense but this year due to injuries and maybe regression the defense has been non-existent. The Seahawks have been bad on defense too but surprisingly the Bills have actually been worse. Ignoring the two underperforming defenses, it really comes down to what offense will dominate. No matter how many foldable-table you break, you can't bet against Russel Wilson and his two superstar WRs getting taken down by Josh Allen and the Bills.
Seahawks -3 (-105)