One week after a a personal record-setting week of prop bets, Week 8’s NFL Odds are also looking quite inviting. Here are three more of my favorite team prop picks from bet365, and even after a rough Thursday, let’s bounce back with these NFL Picks.
Bills vs. Jets Race to the Points
The lowest NFL odds total of the week is the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets. One of several inter-state battles this week, there might not be much scoring in this one. That makes the race to the points so valuable in this game. If neither team gets to 25 points, you could have -120 odds from bet365. With the total just over 40 points, that is an incredible value. The NFL odds for neither team to reach 20 points are even better, but this is much less of a risk for a similar reward. With the Bills’ running game decimated, and the Jets’ offense likely to struggle against the Bills’ defense, it would surprise me a lot of either team got to 25 points.
NFL Pick: Neither team to 25 points (-120)
Raiders vs. Browns Race to the Points
Another game that might not be that desirable to watch is the Raiders and Browns. However the NFL odds from bet365 for this game are pretty nice, just like the game above. Another low total for this game makes a lot of scoring unlikely, and if neither team gets to 25 points in this game, the NFL odds are even more rewarding at +120. While these two defenses aren’t as good as the defenses above, the offenses are still not great. The Browns really struggled last week against the Jaguars, and if Brian Hoyer struggles again, it might be Johnny Manziel time in Cleveland. However either way the Browns go in this game, the Raiders on the road have very little offensive upside, so 25 points is a long shot.
NFL Pick: Neither team to 25 points (+120)
Eagles vs. Cardinals 3 Unanswered Scores
While I almost never cash this prop, it does cash week-to-week, I just can’t seem to pick the right teams. However I think I have finally found the right combination, as well as a valuable combination. If neither the Eagles or Cardinals score three unanswered times in this game, the NFL odds will give you a win of +200. While these two defenses have shown flashes this season, their secondaries are two of the worst in the NFL right now. If that carries over into Sunday’s game, you can expect scoring to come easy, and that should help the evenness of the game. With Carson palmer back for the Cardinals, their offense is one of the tougher units in football right now, and as long as the Eagles are on their game on the road, they should be able to counter anything Palmer and the Cardinals throw at them. When making your NFL picks, look for a close and back and forth game in Arizona, and if that’s the case, we might be in for a good payday.
NFL Pick: No 3 unanswered scores (+200)