Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes is still the odds-on favorite to lead the NFL in passing yards in 2019, but is he really the best bet?
The Super Bowl odds are constantly changing from week to week, and it is crucial for handicapping to try to maximize your odds on the team you believe will win it all. Let's look at the three biggest odds movers from Week 4 and top three value wagers.
Week 1 in the NFL told us a lot about the upper-echelon teams and exposed holes in others. A couple of projected playoff teams that got off to fast starts are among this week’s five pack of picks, and we’re playing the road team Monday night.
Sunday night’s matchup between the Steelers and Patriots at Gillette Stadium promises to be exciting and closely-fought, but Pittsburgh has had such difficulty beating New England in the Bill Belichick era (4-8 straight-up, 4-7-1 against the spread) that it’s hard to have confidence in them. Bettors should instead focus on the totals market, where there appears to be an opportunity on the Under.
Nissan Stadium in Nashville, TN is the site for a standalone Sunday night preseason affair between the Steelers and Titans on Sunday, August 25. NFL exhibition games are often won by the team that gives the greater effort, and the hometown Titans will probably care more about this “meaningless” contest than the Steelers, a perennial Super Bowl contender.
The San Francisco 49ers will try to keep rolling Monday night, when they take on Denver at Mile High Stadium. We have odds and a pick for this intriguing preseason matchup.