The last couple weeks I have spoke about the virtues about adding six-point teasers when betting NFL football to your arsenal and conditioning you on the best methods to make these work for you.
Betting teasers is not about just trying to get an edge on a particular team, it is finding the right key numbers where many game outcomes land and being in the correct position against the NFL odds. For example, we want to pass thru keys numbers of 7, 6 and 3 and place you in more advantageous position.
Because of the popularity among those making NFL picks, all A+ rated sportsbooks like Bookmaker offer excellent payouts on teasers. There are many ways to bet these and I prefer to keep it to no more than four choices and as low as two and have started 2016 the right way at perfect 8-0.
Let’s get things started with this week’s four picks.
The Raiders were dreadful last week in loss to Atlanta at home and if they had missed daring two-point conversion against New Orleans, they would be 0-2. Oakland fly’s to Tennessee who is off upset at Detroit and has been bumped to -1.5 point favorite. With the Raiders 6-0 ATS as road underdogs of a touchdown of less and we go past 3, 6 and 7 points, I love the value.
I was so-so to idea that Jacksonville could be .500 team and after two games, I have seen the Jaguars team before. I have talked to Wise Guys this week who believe Jacksonville is ready to step up, but I’m less sure. Baltimore has far more confidence and experience in winning and I really like being able to lift them to this number, being 31-3 on teaser line after 300+ yards passing game.
If somebody different was going to challenge Carolina in the NFC this season, it was thought to be Minnesota. The Vikings have suffered a couple devastating injuries, yet by all appearances will whether the storm. In this teaser we work around key numbers of 7 and 10 and we get to back club that is 11-1 ATS (normal spread) in road games when the total is between 42.5 and 45 points since 2014.
On Monday night with Atlanta catching three points, on the teaser line we again go through 3, 6 and 7, all the way to nine digits. The underdog has covered five in row in this Atlanta at New Orleans conflict and when we have a line like this and the teams have statistical profile like these two squads, teams like the Falcons are 34-3 on the 6-point teaser line.
Doug Upstone wrote this for www.sportsbookreview.com