Top 6-Point NFL Teaser Bets for Week 4

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Doug Upstone

Tuesday, September 26, 2017 7:49 PM GMT

Tuesday, Sep. 26, 2017 7:49 PM GMT

Hard to believe we are into October already this Sunday and we well have five football weekends this month in the NFL which will give more opportunities to look over picks besides totals and spreads.

For example, six-point teasers, which continue to be the rage both in Nevada and offshore, and weekly explains why sportsbooks are always nervous on Sunday's, worrying about exposure and payouts on tickets involving teasers and parlays, besides wagers against the spread and totals.

For new readers here, a quick recap, besides trying to make a teaser in an advantageous spot against the NFL odds, were are looking to move towards more favorable key numbers, especially on side bets.

Here are my top NFL picks on teasers and if they make sense to you, think about what combinations are best for you.

 

New England Taken From -8 to -2 over Carolina

New England has not been nearly as imposing at Gillette Stadium in 2017 with two spread losers. Tom Brady has not been the issue, it has been the Patriots defense which has come up lackluster. However, Carolina has not show the ability to run or pass very effectively and taking the Pats under 7, 6 and 3, which places us in a strong position to essentially have New England just win the contest. The Patriots are 29-2 against a teaser line after allowing 400 or more total yards in their last three games.

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Atlanta Taken From -7.5 to -1.5 over Buffalo

With the Heinz 57 offense Atlanta has, they have a variety of ways to beat opposing teams. That is particularly true at home and even if this is just their second contest in new digs, if you watched them against the Green Bay, nothing has changed. This is why on a six-point teaser lowering the Falcons to only -1.5, does the same things as listed in previous game about key numbers and Buffalo loses by 14.3 PPG when they permit 28 or more points.

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Eagles/Chargers Teaser Total

Once again the Chargers are disappointing the fan base (though lots of former San Diego fans are likely delighted). Los Angeles South is not getting the job done, particularly on offense at 16 PPG. Philip Rivers and the Bolts are due for breakout day and Philadelphia's 25th rated pass defense might get them started. The Eagles are scoring 25.7 PPG and seeing them reach that figure against the Chargers would be as surprising as the Cleveland Indians winning. Now with the teaser we can lower total from 47 to 41 and know Philly is 17-0 OVER on a 6-point teaser in road games the last three seasons.

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Kansas City Taken From -7 to -1 over Washington

On Monday night, the Chiefs opened as a touchdown favorite over Washington and with this teaser, we are able to slide off the seven and under the six and three, all way down to -1. Kansas City has looked very strong thus far and the Redskins the past two weeks has been equally impressive. While some might make the case the Washington upset, part of their success has been creating turnovers, with seven in all. The problem with that thinking is K.C. just does not turn the ball over, with only one miscue to this point. Add in Kansas City is 46-6 against the teaser line after a game with a turnover margin of +3 or better and you see where this leads.

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