We had a cracker to watch on Thursday night as the Seahawks defeated the Rams 30-29 after a masterclass from Russell Wilson. Does he get the credit he deserves? He can do things that very few other players can in this league as highlighted by the ridiculous Tyler Lockett TD in the corner of the endzone. For our bets the over landed, but frustratingly DK Metcalf fell 2 yards short of his line. He did score a TD which was hinted at but not recommended officially.

Sunday night is here though and it's almost time for 7 hours of commercial free football on Redzone tonight (side note, Sky Sports Mix is now 145 on Sky) I'll have my Bengals hosting the Cardinals on one screen, it's not going to be pretty but should be quite an entertaining game as neither team can defend, and I'll have redzone on the other screen.

Mack attack keeps the scoring low in London.

Tonight sees the start of the International series games as the Raiders ‘host' the Bears at Spurs' stadium, probably not the best game ever if you like points in your games, the Bears defense is legit and the Raiders are likely without their main WR who has scored in every game so far this season. The Bears lost their starting QB last week which is ironically probably an upgrade for a week or two at least as Chase Daniel stepped in and spread the ball around well. I don't think this one will have a whole lot of points, the Bears should take care of business even as 5 point favourites. I do like Khalil Mack 2+ sacks at 5/2 on Skybet. If you're going to the game, enjoy it, I couldn't justify going to all 4 but will be at the two Wembley games and can't wait!

No defense? No worries

As I hinted above the Cardinals v Bengals probably won't be the prettiest game of football that's ever taken place but there should be a fair bit of scoring. The Cardinals play at the quickest tempo of any team in the league and have some talent on offense, mainly David Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald, but their rookie QB has got wheels as well and I'm strangely confident in him finding the endzone tonight against a Bengals team which struggles to stop the run, especially QB runs. The Bengals too can put up points despite the fact their injury list grows every single week. Auden Tate and Tyler Eifert should have good games tonight. The Cardinals have allowed a TE to score in every game they've played this year so that's a big tick for Eifert who should have had a TD on Monday night.

Downfield threats finally connect?

The Texans v Falcons should have a lot of points as well for similar reasons. Neither team has shown any real ability to defend the pass and both have great weapons in that area of the game. This matchup sees two of the top 3 wide receivers in the game go against each other, Julio Jones and Deandre ‘nuk' Hopkins. Julio has started well and is the Falcons most targeted player in the redzone (something which has frequently proved an issue for them) and he's scored 4 TDs so far this season. Hopkins has not started well but has faced some of the better corners in the league, he and Will Fuller opposite him have been very close to some long-bomb scores this year and that should get right in this one.

So for recommended bets, do I go a little expansive? Or stick to safer things… decisions decisions.

Recommended bets

  • Khalil Mack 2+ sacks – 5/2 (Skybet)
  • Auden Tate o4.5 receptions – 5/4 (Bet365)
  • Tyler Eifert and Kyler Murray both to score TDs – 8/1 (Skybet) – half stake
  • Will Fuller anytime TD – 2/1 (Spreadex)
  • Over 47 in Cincinnati, over 50 in Houston – 2.64/1 (most places)

Good luck with whatever you're on tonight, enjoy the games!

Adam (@TouchdownTips)

6 Comments
  1. nflfan 1 month ago

    Hi all
    Pittsburgh +9.5
    New Orleans + 2.5
    Chicago +1
    Alternative handicap coral terminal 9/4
    Good luck ☘️ Treble

  2. greenman 1 month ago

    saints -3 looks wrong to me, so hitting that
    adding
    bears -5 for a double
    adding
    Vikings -5.5 treble

  3. mar10bet 1 month ago

    Some nice prop plays there and taken one or three for an interest in the Cinci game.

    Keeping it simple for my own bet this week with a ML treble.

    Bears are just too good in D for the Raiders to move the ball much and I think Daniels showed against my Vikes he’s just as good if not better than Trubisky.
    Bucs getting some love right now has made the Saints price in the dome too good to ignore especially as Saints D against Cowboys looked good and Winstons inconsistency’s.
    Finally the Chargers look on their way to their best again and playing. Broncos team who just blew up last week against the Jags and even at this early stage look as if they’re looking at next season.

    Bears
    Saints
    Chargers

    ML treble is 2/1 @ bet365 (7.5% parlay bonus) – 5 points

  4. unknownlegend 1 month ago

    2 out of your 5 up Adam

  5. nflfan 1 month ago

    Well done Adam on the overs bet
    Chicago let most of us down
    2 min drill and only need three to tie
    Interception with no receiver in the area
    Poor show even by a back up standard
    Goes to show when the pressure on

  6. TDTips 1 month ago

    I think it’s safe to say the Bears let most people down last night! I usually try and avoid London games but thought the Bears were far better than them. Gutted on the Tate receptions but the Bengals were atrocious first half.

    Eifert actually should have had a TD but it was a poor throw after he’d got himself open. Fuller. Wow. Knew a blow up week was coming, didn’t think it’d be that big though!

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