NFL Teaser of the Week

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Another week of the NFL season is in the books and another teaser of the week comes through!  While the Packers struggled to start against the Jets, they ultimately came back and were able to cover the teaser line for us.  The Bills were an easy outright winner (we didn’t really need the tease in this case) but sometimes it’s nice just to get an easy winner out of the group!  Let’s jump into Week 3!

Below you’ll find the best teaser odds for this week’s action (note: lines are based off of the odds at Bookmaker at the time this article was posted).  At the bottom of the page you’ll find my recommendation for the best NFL teaser this week!

Last week’s teaser (Week 2) results:

2 Team/6 Point Teaser

  • Green Bay Packers -2 Win
  • Minnesota Vikings +14 Win

Teaser of the Week Year to Date Record: 2-0 +200 units

NFL Week 3 Best Teaser Odds

Best Two-Team/6-Point Teaser Odds

  • Broncos +10.5

Best Two-Team/7-Point Teaser Odds

  • Bills +4.5
  • Broncos +11.5

Best Three-Team/10-Point Teaser Odds

  • Bills +7.5
  • Lions +7
  • 49ers +7
  • Broncos +14.5
  • Chiefs +14
  • Panthers +7
  • Jets +7 (Monday)

Remember that these teams and odds simply represent the best value for teasers based on past results. Instead of just betting them blindly, I want to identify all of them each week and give out what I feel is the best teaser bet of the week. Also remember that you need to be able to get the odds listed on each game, or they may fall out of favor of this system.

***Week 3 NFL Teaser of the Week***

Teaser of the Week Year to Date Record: 2-0 +200 units

3 Team/10 Point Teaser

  • Carolina Panthers +7
  • Kansas City Chiefs +14
  • Denver Broncos +14.5

Risking 120 to Win 100

Why I Like It

This week we go back to our bread-and-butter – 10 point teasers – starting with the Carolina Panthers at home against the Steelers.  This has all the makings of a tight game, but I believe the Panthers’ defense gives them an overall edge to start with, so getting a full touchdown at home was an easy choice.

The Chiefs might not be that popular of a pick (even with the ten extra points!) on the road at Miami but there is some definite value here with Jamal Charles sitting out for KC.  Losing a player like that stings, but the Chiefs looked just fine without him on the road at Denver last week.  In fact, I think Andy Reid and backup RB Nile Davis will take advantage of a very average Dolphins’ rush defense.  It’s also not lost on me that Miami went from 191 rushing yards in Week 1 to just 80 in Week 2 with Knowshon Moreno sidelined. I don’t expect either team to light up the scoreboard and there’s little chance it’s decided by more than two touchdowns either way.

Lastly we are on the Broncos in a rematch of last year’s Super Bowl against the Seahawks in Seattle.  There is little chance you are going to see a 43-8 blowout again in this matchup.  For whatever reason, the Broncos came out flat in that game and never recovered.  The final score doesn’t tell the whole story.  In games like that the losing team tends to give up and this often makes the final score look a lot worse than it is.  The best indicator of that is the point spread, which is only set at 4.5 points despite last year’s rout.  The Broncos are still the class of the AFC and suspect that Peyton and company have had this game circled since about 30 seconds after the schedule was announced.  Don’t be surprised if Denver comes in and gives Seattle a run for their money this time around.  While there isn’t a ton of value at +4.5, getting two full touchdowns to play with is just too good to pass up.

Good luck this week!

Previous Season Results
  • 2012 Results:  8-2 +560 units (wagering to win 100 units on each teaser)
  • 2013 Results: 10-6 +290 units
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