Another week and the NFC North can’t bring home the parlay. Minnesota LA O 54.5 missed by three points and we move on to week 4 of the NFL season.
We start in Nashville, Music City where the Titans host the Bengals in a battle of 1-2 teams. My bet for this game is the Titans at +2.5. Now you may be asking yourself, Griff why the hell are you fading Joe Burrow, and it is simple. The Titans have won an NFL-high 23 games as an underdog since 2018. Don’t believe me, look at this tweet below.
The Titans have won an NFL-high 23 games as an underdog since 2018 ⚔️
Mike Vrabel is nobody's underdog 💪 pic.twitter.com/uu3EIKI73G
— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) September 17, 2023
Will the Titans make it 24 homes? I hope so. Mike Vrabel knows how to rally his boys and I think he will, especially coming off a bad effort last weekend in Cleveland.
Our next game brings us to Cleveland, where no we are not backing the Browns, we’re doing the opposite and betting on the Baltimore Ravens ML, which is right to win outright. I have a few factors for this, Baltimore got hosed against Indy last week, Cleveland after a big win has let down at least once this season and I still think Baltimore is the better team of the two. Baltimore is also at + money as well so even more reason to bet them.
Last we go to the Lone Star state where Pittsburgh takes on Houston, now we all know that last week I was on Houston hard at +8, now I think Houston has promise ahead but not just yet. I know Pittsburgh has been wonky, but they are 2-1 and I know it is JJ Watt day in Houston tomorrow, but Pittsburgh is the better team and I think that they cover the -3 point spread tomorrow afternoon.
The parlay is available on ScoreBet at +702. Longshot odds but hey $100 wins you $702, so buckle up and let’s go.
The 2023 NFL betting record is 7-2.
Hi, my name is Griff and I'm a complete sports nut. I love to play sports, watch sports and most importantly bet on sports too. If I'm not watching or betting on sports, you can find me on the golf course, between the pipes as your average beer league goaltender. Although sports take up most of my life, I also love spending time with my two dogs, streaming usually a 90's Simpson's or attempting to read more books.