SUNDAY sees some tough match-ups but I feel I have a treble that should be plain sailing spread out across the evening.

Starting in Atlanta we see the Bengals against the Falcons with Atlanta having been dealt another blow in their secondary with another safety out for the season.

The Falcons are giving up an average of 28 points per game, with the Saints scoring 43 on them last week. Cincinnati will be boosted by the fact AJ Green likely to play. I can see this being a shootout very much like our Thursday contest.

From the second slate we have the Jimmy G-less 49ers head to LA to face the Chargers. This spread is double digits for a reason. The 49ers have chosen to go with Bethard after losing their QB with an ACL tear.

The Chargers haven’t excelled on defense and are still without their star Joey Bosa, but still have players such as Melvin Ingram, with the rookie Derwin James looking very good.

Ultimately I can’t see Bethard keeping up with this offence. Rivers is an elite QB imo with Gordon performing well early on. Keenan Allen hasn’t done much but he usually takes some time to get into his stride barring he stays healthy.

Sunday night football sees an AFC North slugfest with Baltimore heading to Pittsburgh. This is always one to watch. The Steelers are still without Leveon Bell, and it would be interesting to compare records had he been paid over the off season.

They’ve looked shaky at times, almost bottling their big lead in Tampa on Monday. The Ravens have been steady on D as usual, and their offence has picked up with their free agency receiver splashes. A fair price for Baltimore to score two TD’s here.

The Steelers are allowing an average on 30 points to opposing teams allowing 42 against Kansas. Now Baltimore are no Kansas, but they still have good weapons to do some damage here.

Recommended bets

  • Bengals/Falcons Over 43.5 Points (6pm)
  • LA Chargers -2.5 (9.25pm)
  • Baltimore Ravens Over 1.5 TD’s (Monday 1.20am)
  • (94-100, bet365) – 5 points
  • Andy Dalton (Bengals) Over 260.5 Passing Yards (10-11, Skybet) – 3.3 points
  • Joe Flacco (Ravens) Over 247.5 Passing Yards (10-11, Skybet) – 3.3 points
14 Comments
  1. mar10bet 2 weeks ago

    Just backed this one. Fingers crossed 🤞

  2. nick2 2 weeks ago

    Am I the only person amazed Sky have Jarvis Landry at o59.5 receiving yards while 365 and paddy have him at 76.5 and 71.5.
    In his last 3 games he’s had 106,69 and 103 receiving yards.
    Seems like a decent bet especially as Baker has took over and loves a quick throw.

    • Author
      Jordan 2 weeks ago

      Looks a very good shout Nick. What are Bakers Pass yards? I’m guessing 230 wish? Would be worth a play too perhaps.

      • nick 2 weeks ago

        249 on Sky, 254 on 365 and 252 Paddy.
        Baker threw for 201 in just over 2 quarters last week.
        Landry is up to 69.5 on Sky now. 🤞
        The Raiders are 31st in pressuring quarterbacks was the decider for me.

  3. Author
    Jordan 2 weeks ago

    ML Acca

    Packers
    Patriots
    Jaguars
    Seahawks
    Chargers
    Chiefs

    54/10 @ 365 – 1 point

  4. mar10bet 2 weeks ago

    Taking away MNF I’m taking 4 of your 5 Jordan but swapping out the Seahawks for the Bears with the Bucs short week and the Bears D looking so good.

    All ML

    Bears
    Jags
    Pats
    Packers
    Chargers

    3.13/1 @ Bet365 (additional 15% parlay bonus) – 3 points

  5. Author
    Jordan 2 weeks ago

    Points done in the first half in Atlanta 😀

  6. mar10bet 2 weeks ago

    What is the problem with this Chargers team!

  7. mar10bet 2 weeks ago

    😂

  8. Author
    Jordan 2 weeks ago

    Half a point away from a potentially perfect evening. Chargers kept slipping and only won by 2, with the props, and everything else winning at an absolute breeze.

    While Kansas have looked excellent on the front foot thus far, they should get slowed down a bit tonight. Denver have been stingy as usual at allowing yards and points, with their biggest threat from offenses coming from opponent kickers. This shows Denvers defense is still up there, and it’ll be interesting to see how much pressure the Broncos can get on Mahomes.

    Kansas City Chiefs Over 1.5 Field Goals @ 5/6 @ 365 – 3 points

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