NFL Week 7 Betting Picks

by WagerHome Blog on October 20, 2021

We’ve had a change at the top of the AFC, with the Ravens now in the driver’s seat for the top seed. Meanwhile, the Cardinals keep winning in the NFC and are the unchallenged favorites.

As for the top bets that you should look at for NFL Week 7, here they are.

Washington Football Team at Green Bay Packers (-9.5)

Just as impressive as Green Bay’s five-game winning streak is the five straight games in which they have covered the spread. And in three of those games, they won by at least 10 points, which would be enough to cover this week too.

Meanwhile, Washington is an abysmal 1-5 against the spread this season and running back Antonio Gibson continues to get even more banged up.

It’s Packers all the way. They win by at least two touchdowns.

Cincinnati Bengals (+6.5) at Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens were dominant last week, but most of their games have come down to the final play or two, and most are within one score. And in spite of a 5-1 record that leads the AFC, they are just 3-3 against the spread.

Meanwhile, the Bengals have had a margin of victory/defeat of exactly three points in four of their six games played – three-point losses to Chicago and Green Bay and three-point wins over Minnesota and Jacksonville.

This game will be close, and if not exactly three points, it will be less than seven. Look for Cincinnati to cover.

Philadelphia Eagles at Las Vegas Raiders (-3)

The Raiders avoided a three-game losing streak by easily handling their business at Denver. So to everyone who thought there would be a significant hangover following the departure of Jon Gruden, think again. Las Vegas played with freedom against the Broncos that we hadn’t seen before.

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The Eagles played the Bucs tight and covered the spread. But Thursday games are always unpredictable. Prior to a win against Carolina the week earlier, the Eagles had failed to cover in three straight games. Raiders win this game by at least a touchdown. Take Vegas and lay the points.

Kansas City at Tennessee (Over 55)

The Chiefs did go under on Sunday against Washington, but that was because of some uncharacteristically good defense out of Kansas City. Offensively they did their part, scoring 31 points. Prior to that game, they had point totals of 58, 72, 54, 71, and 62.

They love going over, as do the Titans. Tennessee has hit three straight overs with 65, 56, and 51 points. It’s also worth noting that the two teams played twice in 2019, and they combined for 67 points in the regular season and 59 points in the AFC Championship Game.

Hammer this over.

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NCAA Week 8 Best College Football Bets

by WagerHome Blog on October 19, 2021

In Week 7, we watched No. 2 Iowa suffer a stunning loss to Purdue. Alabama is back after losing to Texas A&M, as they easily handled Mississippi State. And Oklahoma has a star in the making in freshman quarterback Calen Williams, who got another big Sooners win.

It’s now Week 8, and the best college football betting continues. Check out our best NCAA Week 8 college football bets below.

Tennessee at Alabama (-27.5)

Beware an angry Nick Saban. Finishing undefeated and playing for a national championship feels to Saban like a birthright, which is why the loss to Texas A&M back on October 9th was so hard for him to take.

Enter last week, where he took a 17.5-point spread against Mississippi State and turned it into a 40-point win. And this week, he’s now supposed to beat Tennessee by four touchdowns, and you would be foolish to bet against him.

The Volunteers have covered three of six games this year, and they’ve won four games by at least 25 points. But this week, it’s going to be a big loss in Tuscaloosa. The Tide will cover.

Northwestern at Michigan (-21.5)

It’s been quite some time since Michigan played a blowout win. In their first three games, the Wolverines won by an average margin of victory of 35 points. In their last three, the average margin of victory is 10. Although they covered in the last two games, with wins over Wisconsin and Nebraska.

One of those wins for Michigan was at Nebraska, a team that beat Northwestern by 49. This week’s Michigan win isn’t going to be by that seven-touchdown margin, but it will eclipse the three-touchdown margin of the current point spread.

Michigan rolls against the Wildcats and wins this game by more than 28 points. Bet on them to cover the spread.

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Cincinnati (-28.0) at Navy

Cincinnati is 6-0 on the season and 5-1 against the spread, including a 2-0 mark ATS when going on the road. That includes a 10-point cover at Indiana and an 8.5-point cover at Notre Dame. The Bearcats have climbed to the No. 2 ranking in the country, and as much as it was a longshot when the season began, this team is making a solid claim for a playoff spot.

There is only one more ranked team on the schedule, and it isn’t Navy. Cincinnati needs impressive wins, and that requires a cover against the Midshipmen, who just lost by 18 to Memphis. The Bearcats get it done and continue to justify their high national ranking.

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NFL Week 6 Betting Picks

by WagerHome Blog on October 14, 2021

We are starting to see the cream of the crop rise to the top, while other teams are seeing a once-promising season begin to slip away. Even with an extra week on the schedule, there are a number of great and important matchups in Week 6. Check out our NFL Week 6 Betting Picks below!

Los Angeles Rams (-10.5) at New York Giants

The Rams are 4-1 and just a game behind the first-place Cardinals. But if L.A. wants to catch Arizona, to whom they are already behind in the tiebreaker, they must win all the games they are supposed to win. That includes this week at the Giants, who are suddenly one of the most injured teams in the NFC.

Saquon Barkley is out with a sprained ankle, which is a blow considering how he was beginning to look like his old self after last year’s ACL tear. Quarterback Daniel Jones is in the NFL’s concussion protocol, and he is a big question mark for Sunday.

All of that is to say, look for the Rams to roll this week and win by two touchdowns.

Arizona Cardinals at Cleveland Browns (-3)

This is perhaps the game of the week, as the unbeaten Cardinals look to stay ahead of the Rams, and the Browns look to chase down the rolling Ravens.

The Cardinals aren’t just a great offensive team, although they are that. They have also played really good defense this year – except when it comes to stopping the run. The Cardinals rank 28th in rushing defense, while the Browns rank first in rushing offense.

That formula spells doom for the Cardinals’ unbeaten streak.

NFL Week 6 Betting PicksCleveland runs wild on Sunday, controls the tempo of this game, and covers the three-point spread.

Cincinnati Bengals at Detroit Lions (+3.5)

Even if you’re not a Lions fan, it has been painful to watch what has happened to them this season. A record-setting field goal that was just inches from being short beat them. Then last week, there was an incredible fourth quarterback comeback that featured a strip fumble to keep the Lions’ offense alive, then a gutsy two-point conversion call with 37 seconds on the clock to take the lead, but it was all undone by a 54-yard field goal to beat them.

If you saw the heartfelt and tear-fill postgame press conference by head coach Dan Campbell, it’s impossible not to root for this team.

At some point, they are going to get over the hump. It may not come this week against the Bengals. Detroit may fall to 0-6. But this team plays with heart, and they won’t lose by more than a field goal to Cincinnati. Take the Lions to cover.

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NCAA Week 7 Best College Football Bets

by WagerHome Blog on October 13, 2021

Following one of the wildest weeks in college football in recent memory, we have even more great matchups in Week 7. Here are the betting predictions to go with them.

No. 11 Kentucky at No. 1 Georgia (-22.5)

Georgia plays its first game as the top-ranked team in the country since the 1983 Sugar Bowl and the days of Herschel Walker. Kentucky is 6-0 for the first time since a young Bear Bryant was their head coach in 1950.

It’s rarified air for this weekend’s matchup in Athens, Georgia, and on the surface, a more than three-touchdown point spread seems like a lot. Well, it is a lot, but Georgia is a lot as a football team. Not only do they lead the nation in points and yards allowed, they are scoring almost 40 points per game, which is 12th in the country.

Georgia has covered the spread in five of six games and by comfortable margins. Last week they covered by 10. The week before that, they covered by 21. Back on the final Saturday in September, the spread was 36, and they won by 62.

Nothing quite as impressive will happen this week against the Wildcats, but the Bulldogs are a good bet to do it again. Lay the points.

No. 12 Oklahoma State (+5.5) at No. 25 Texas

For 30 minutes last week, it looked like Texas football was all the way back. They were dominating the rival Oklahoma Sooners in every way imaginable. Then the final 30 minutes happened, and Texas was hit by the reality that they aren’t quite back, and their final game against Oklahoma inside the Big 12 was lost.

NCAA Week 7 Best College Football BetsStill, in spite of that epic collapse, the Longhorns are favorites this week against Oklahoma State.

Texas’s offense is very good and probably the best the Cowboys have seen. But OSU has a great defense, is 5-0, and has covered the spread in three straight weeks. Oklahoma State may fall short in its bid to upset Texas, but they keep this game close enough to cover.

No. 18 Arizona State (-1) at Utah

In late Saturday action, it’s Arizona State, in first place in the Pac-12 South, taking on Utah. ASU is 5-1, with the lone blemish on their record coming the last time they traveled to the state of Utah, a September 18th loss at BYU.

Since then, the Sun Devils have covered three straight games and have won easily over Colorado, UCLA, and Stanford. The 3-2 Utes give them a good game, but in the end, ASU will win by more than a point.

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NFL Week 5 Betting Picks of the Week

by WagerHome Blog on October 7, 2021

As the NFL rounds the quarter pole on the season, we take a look at the best point spreads to bet in Week 5.

Green Bay Packers (-3) at Cincinnati Bengals

The Packers’ start to the season is a distant memory. From a blowout loss to New Orleans to three straight good wins and three wins in a row against the spread.

Aaron Rodgers is fine. His offseason is a non-factor. Aaron Jones, playing with his father’s ashes, looks like the star he is, and when he’s not finding running lanes, he’s catching passes. And as pass catchers go, no one is better than Davante Adams.

The Bengals are also 3-1 on the season, but injuries are becoming an issue, and they most recently played an uninspiring game against the Jaguars.

The Packers go into Cincinnati and win by a touchdown.

Miami Dolphins at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-10)

The Dolphins are still a week away from getting Tua Tagovailoa back, which means it’s Jacoby Brissett under center for another game. And this time, it’s a game at the defending Super Bowl champion Buccaneers.

The Bucs have failed to cover the spread for two straight weeks and are just 1-3 on the season ATS. But those three losses have come against teams proving to be better than we thought they were. The Dolphins are failing to cover the spread against the likes of the then-winless Indianapolis Colts.

NFL Week 5 Betting Picks of the WeekMiami is one of the biggest disappointments of the early season, and it will get worse this week with a loss at Tampa Bay by at least two touchdowns.

Philadelphia Eagles (+3.5) at Carolina Panthers

Carolina was the most unlikely of the undefeateds through three weeks, and now we’re wondering just how far the fall will be without Christian McCaffrey. Maybe not too far, but far enough that they shouldn’t be more than a field goal favorite against the Eagles.

Jalen Hurts is playing well, and the Eagles front-seven will keep Sam Darnold off-balance all afternoon. If the Panthers do manage to rebound for the win, it will be by less than three points. Take the points and the Eagles.

Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars (+4.5)

The Titans defense is going to be a liability all season long and against all opponents – even the bad ones. The Jaguars are definitely a bad team, but Tennessee just got torched by Zach Wilson, and Trevor Lawrence will have a big game on Sunday.

The Jags may not pull off the upset, but the bad Titans’ defense keeps this game to within three points. You may not want to do it often, but this week take the Jags.

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NCAA Football Week 6 Best Betting Picks

by WagerHome Blog on October 6, 2021

As we hit the second weekend of October, the air begins to get a chill, and the NCAA football matchups heat up.

No.2 Georgia (-14.5) at No. 18 Auburn

Georgia really is this good. Without quarterback JT Daniels and facing an excellent Arkansas team, the Bulldogs posted a second consecutive shutout on their way to a 37-0 blowout. The Razorbacks finished the game with just 156 yards of total offense.

Auburn had a slip against Penn State and looked lackluster when facing Georgia State, but an upset win last week at LSU – their first win in Baton Rouge since 1999 – has things looking up for the Tigers. But simply put, they aren’t in Georgia’s league. They won’t get above 14 points, while the Bulldogs will break 30 for the fifth game in a row.

Take Georgia and lay the points.

No. 13 Arkansas at No. 17 Ole Miss (-6)

Arkansas was exposed last week. They are a very good team, but they are not ready to be elite. And this week, they are facing one of the truly elite quarterbacks in the country in Matt Corral. They faced a backup quarterback against Texas A&M, a backup quarterback against Georgia, and now they face a guy who is the second-highest betting favorite to win the Heisman.

Ole Miss was humbled last week at Alabama. They want to get the taste of that defeat out of their mouths quickly, and that happens this week against the Razorbacks. Take the Rebels to cover.

No. 6 Oklahoma vs. No. 21 Texas (Over 63.5)

In four games against the FBS competition, Oklahoma has yet to cover the spread. Last week against Kansas State, the spread was 15, and they only won 37-31.

But that score is important. It was a full 15 points over the total of 53, and two other times this season, they hit the over on totals at 66 and 66.5.

NCAA Football Week 6 Best Betting PicksOU is averaging 38 points per game, and on the other side, Texas is averaging nearly 44 points per game. The Longhorns have hit the over in three of their last four games, and this week it will be four of five.

Wyoming at Air Force (-6)

It’s the Mountain West Conference, and the teams are unranked, so this game may be off your radar. But it should be on it, as the Falcons are proving to be one of the better bets this season, while Wyoming is a disappointment.

The Cowboys barely beat FCS Montana State and squeaked by UConn, despite being 31-point favorites. Air Force has covered in three of their last four games, including a blowout win at New Mexico last week, and they cover again this Saturday.

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Three Best NFL Bets to Make in Week 4

by WagerHome Blog on September 30, 2021

Washington Football Team (-1) at Atlanta Falcons

This may not be the most desirable game to watch. Washington is starting Taylor Heinicke at quarterback, and they just got hammered by Buffalo. Atlanta is coming off a win, but against the Giants, it hardly qualifies as a turning point in the season.

The Falcons did cover the spread with their three-point win in New York, but in their previous two games, they missed the cover by 31.5 and 10 points. That’s not close to good. Washington has been equally bad against the spread, but they’ve actually played good teams, and they came close to beating the Chargers.

WFT has a better team, better running game, and much better defense. Look for them to win on the road by at least three points.

Tennessee Titans (-7.5) at New York Jets

The Jets have scored a grand total of 20 points in three games. The Titans scored 21 in the second half of their comeback win at Seattle.

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The Titans’ defense is not good, and it’s unlikely the Jets will be shut out again. In fact, they could double their season points in this one game. But Derrick Henry is back, and Tennessee is getting Julio Jones more involved each week.

There is simply no reason to think the Jets will cover the spread this week, or maybe any week this season. They are that bad, and Tennessee seems to have fully righted the ship after their rocky start.

The Titans win this one on the road by at least 10 points.

Bonus bet: Over 46

The Jets will have their highest-scoring day of the season but still, lose by double-digits. That pushes this game over 46 total points.

Baltimore Ravens (+1.5) at Denver Broncos

The Broncos are 3-0 on the season and 3-0 against the spread, but they’ve also played teams that are a combined 0-9 on the season and just 1-8 against the spread. Denver is good, but we have really no idea if they are undefeated good. Probably not.

In come the Ravens, fresh off another last-second victory. This team has been tested in all three games this season, and in the last two, they emerged victorious. And that is without any of the running backs they were relying on in the preseason to carry the load this season.

As a team used to winning, Baltimore knows how to finish close games, and they will win this game outright in Denver. Take the Ravens and the points.

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NCAA Football Week 5 Parlay Bets

by WagerHome Blog on September 29, 2021

It is a great weekend of college football, with four games taking place between top-25 teams. And that makes for another great weekend of college football betting.

These are our top picks for the NCAA Football Week 5, and any and all of them can be combined to make a solid top-25 parlay.

No. 8 Arkansas at No. 2 Georgia (-18.5)

We’ve been banging the Georgia drum since the season first kicked off and have been happy to lay the points on the Bulldogs each week this season. And taking Georgia has paid off, with them going 3-1 against the spread.

Not this week.

Arkansas is 4-0 against the spread and a legitimate top-10 team. They shouldn’t be this big of an underdog, and you shouldn’t expect Georgia to cover. The Razorbacks will probably lose, but they will be competitive from start to finish and cover in the end. Take the points.

No. 7 Cincinnati (-2.5) at No. 9 Notre Dame

Notre Dame is coming off its biggest win of the season and is a home underdog? Say it ain’t so.

NCAA Football Week 5 Parlay BetsCincinnati is very good, and they will push the Irish all game long. But the lack of respect for Notre Dame at home and as a top-10 team, no doubt, has ruffled some feathers. Look for Notre Dame to respond, much like they did last week, and win this game outright. Take Notre Dame and the points.

No 14. Michigan (-1) at Wisconsin

With the spread at just 1-point, this is essentially a pick’em game. And yes, Michigan hasn’t won at Wisconsin since 2001, when head coach Jim Harbaugh was playing the final season of his career as the backup quarterback in Carolina. But that 20-year streak will end this weekend.

Wisconsin’s defense will hold up well against the Michigan running game, but the Badgers will struggle to move the ball with a passing attack ranked near the bottom in the country. Michigan improves to 5-0 this week and goes to 4-1 against the spread.

No. 6 Oklahoma (-10.5) at Kansas State

The Wildcats actually have a two-game winning streak against the Sooners and have been good as home underdogs. Under coach Chris Klieman, they are 6-2 against the spread when picked to lose at home.

Meanwhile, Oklahoma began the season as a favorite to make the College Football Playoffs and have yet another Heisman-winning quarterback in Spencer Rattler. But their offense is a mess; they’ve posted three very unimpressive wins – Tulane, Nebraska, and West Virginia – and they will fail to cover the spread in Manhattan.

Take Kansas State and the points.

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Three Best NFL Bets to Make in Week 3

by WagerHome Blog on September 21, 2021

Chicago Bears at Cleveland Browns (-7.5)

 

With Andy Dalton nursing a bone bruise on his knee, everyone in Chicago is getting ready for the first NFL start for Justin Fields. He came in last Sunday against the Bengals and showed everyone why he has so much potential and why he might not be ready.

 

Late in the fourth quarter, a terrible Fields interception allowed the Bengals to stay in the game. But on the next series, an excellent Fields scramble for 10 yards picked up the first down and helped seal the win.

 

He gets the Browns to pass rush in his first-ever start. On the one hand, you like having a mobile quarterback against players like Myles Garrett. On the other hand, Cleveland’s defense is good, Fields is raw, and there will be multiple rookie mistakes. That’s why the Browns win this game by 10 points and cover the spread.

 

Arizona Cardinals (-7) at Jacksonville Jaguars

 

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It’s the battle of No. 1 picks, as 2019 top pick Kyler Murray leads the Cardinals against 2021 top pick Trevor Lawrence and his Jacksonville Jaguars.

 

He’s only made two NFL starts, but this is his team. Mainly because he is the only thing worth getting excited about in Jacksonville. The Jags are not a good football team, and the Cardinals should put up another huge day offensively. They scored 38 against Tennessee, 34 against Minnesota, and they will get into the mid-30s again against the Jaguars.

 

Murray looks like an MVP candidate, Lawrence looks like a rookie, and Arizona easily covers this spread.

 

Green Bay Packers (+3.5) at San Francisco 49ers 

 

After Week 1 we weren’t sure if the Packers would win a game this season. After Week 2 it looks like Aaron Rodgers wants another MVP award. So which team shows up for Week 3?

 

The Packers are much closer to the team that annihilated Detroit in the second half on Monday. Rodgers was Rodgers, throwing four touchdown passes, and Aaron Jones was electric, catching three of those touchdowns and running for a fourth.

 

San Francisco held on for dear life to beat those same Lions in Week 1, then methodically took care of business against the Eagles in Week 2. They haven’t shown the ability to keep up with Green Bay if the Packers are on.

 

The Packers will be on, and Sunday night in San Francisco, they will win in a mild upset.

 

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NCAA Football Week 4 Parlay Bets

by WagerHome Blog on September 20, 2021

It’s the final weekend of September, and we are now into conference play for most teams, which means familiar opponents, tighter matchups, and better wagering.

 

Pac-12 Parlay

 

Arizona at Oregon (-27.5)

 

Somehow as each football week passes, Arizona gets worse. They actually covered the spread in the Week 1 loss. In Week 2, as favorites against San Diego St, they lost. In Week 3, as nearly four-touchdown favorites against Northern Arizona, the Wildcats also lost.

They have no chance against an Oregon team that is 3-0 and still riding high after beating Ohio State as two-touchdown underdogs. The Ducks are at home and getting great quarterback play from Anthony Brown.

Take Oregon and lay the points.

 

Oregon State (+13) at USC

 

Like its in-state rival, Oregon State has also been playing very good football. In Week 2 they covered the 11-point spread against Hawaii, and the next week they covered the 28-point spread against Idaho. They take their 2-1 record south to take on USC, which is in the midst of a tidal wave of head coaching rumors.

The Trojans responded in their first game under interim head coach Donte Williams, smacking Washington State, 45-14, covering the 7-point spread. But the reason they have an interim head coach is because of the egg they laid the week before against Stanford. As 17.5-point favorites, USC lost by 14.

USC gets the job done this week but in a much closer game. Take the Beavers and the points.

 

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SEC Parlay

 

Florida (-17.5) at Tennessee

 

You might think Florida will suffer a hangover after its narrow loss to Alabama last weekend. They outgained the Crimson Tide and lost by just two points. But helping to prevent the hangover is their annual clash with Tennessee.

These two teams have played 50 times, including every season since 1990, and Tennessee has only won seven games since then. Florida has won 24, including 15 of the last 16. In two of the previous three meetings, Florida has won by at least 26 points, and they will win this game by more than 17.

 

Georgia (-34.5) at Vanderbilt

 

Georgia is the deserved No. 2 team in the nation, and the Bulldogs have covered the point spread in two of their three wins. This last week they were 31.5-point favorites over South Carolina but only won by 27.

Vanderbilt, on the other hand, is one of the worst teams in the country. Georgia turns it up a notch, gets out to a huge lead, and cruises to the five-plus touchdown win. 

 

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