Last Updated Sep 29, 2022, 3:28 PM
Week 8 Parlays, Props, & Teasers
- Two-Team Parlay: Chargers (-210) and Colts (-150)
- Odds-Payout: +160
Last week I swung for the fences and unfortunately didn't hit a homer. Luckily, I feel absolutely amazing about this one. Both of these teams are in situations were there spreads are a couple points too short which makes it a great money line parlay target.
The Chargers off a bye week are extremely exciting to me. Coach Staley has already proved to be one of the most innovative coaches in the NFL and I'm expecting this playbook to be dangerous.
Additionally, if you're a narrative kind of guy, Justin Herbert and the Chargers were absolutely embarrassed by the Patriots who blew them out and held the Chargers to 0 points. While it's easy to say stuff like this won't affect them, most of these starters are returning from last year and will want their revenge.
I also love the Colts this week. The Titans are gonna be super popular, after they beat both the Bills and Chiefs in nationally televised games. When gambling, the concepts of buying high and low are very important, you will NEVER be able to buy higer on the Titans then you will be today.
Most people will look at the spread and think to themselves, “Wow the Titans as underdogs? That's easy money,” but in reality this Tennessee team has shown a very wide range of outcomes before. Carson Wentz has looked better and better every single week and I'm expecting the Colts to win this game.
- Two-Team Parlay: Courtland Sutton + Mike Williams Anytime TD
- Odds-Payout: +417
I love targeting huge receivers in the red zone and this is a great spot to do it. Mike Williams is one of the absolute best red zone threats in football and has been since his college days at Clemson. Williams has six touchdowns across five games this season and now gets a Patriots secondary who have been torched by a multiide of quarterbacks, even including Davis Mills.
Williams had a bad game against a top corner in Marlon Humphery last game out and I'm expecting a much more involved Williams this week.
Looking at Sutton, I love what I'm seeing. Not only has he been targeted 11, 14, 8, and 5 times over the last couple games but he also has two touchdowns in his last three games.
This is one of the most dependable 50/50 ball receivers we have in the NFL, even if he wasn't being targeted this often I would still like it.
Now we get him in a situation where the most physical Washington corner, William Jackson, is injured and he should see an even more favorable matchup. Love this spot for the young receiver against the leagues worst pass defense.
- Carson Wentz (QB, Indianapolis) - Over Longest completion 37.5 yards (-120)
- Dan Arnold (TE, Jacksonville) - Over 33.5 receiving yards (-118)
Carson Wentz has hit this one in 4 straight games and 4/5 on the season. Additionally, over his last 3 games he’s been far above this with a 50+ yard catch.
This Titans secondary is definitely one that can be picked on and I’m excited to see Wentz launch the ball down the field. Wentz made his name in both college and Philly with a fairly accurate deep ball, when he was at his best, I think he’s slowly improving and improving every single week.
Arnold is one of the more unique tight ends in football considering he is someone that can space the field a lot better than most tight ends. Since being traded from the Carolina Panthers to the Jacksonville Jaguars, Arnold has caught 8 passes for 91 yards with 13 targets and 55 routes run.
Despite the fact that he likely knew very little of the playbook, Arnold immediately joined this team and served as a safety blanket for rookie quarterback Trevor Lawrence. This team went out and traded a former first round pick for Dan Arnold, it's clear they want to get him involved in this offense.