Each week of the season I’ll be providing readers with what is known as my best NFL Teaser Pick of the Week (below). Jimmy has profited on these bets six of the last eight years.

I will either provide a 2-team 6-point teaser (-120), 2-team 7-point teaser (-140) or 3-team 10-point teaser (-120). The 6-point teaser requires us to risk 120 units to win 100. For the 10-point teaser we also have to lay 120 units to win 100. If you need some help with how to bet these wagers, be sure to check out my NFL teaser strategy guide.

While I pick my favorite, I also provide you with the best teaser odds each week. Those teams listed are based on teasing specific numbers. All of which have provided great long-term results (note: lines are based off of the odds at Bookmaker at the time this article was posted).

Last Week’s Teaser Result:

2-Team/6-Point Teaser
  • Titans -2.5 (Won 33-30)
  • Steelers -1 (Won 26-21)
Result: Won, +100 Units

NFL Week 3 Teaser Odds – Best Available (6-Point, 7-Point & 10-Point)

Best Two-Team/6-Point Teaser Odds

  • Vikings +8.5
  • Browns -1.5
  • Bengals +10.5
  • Bears +9
  • Cowboys +11
  • Packers +9
  • Rams +8.5

Best Two-Team/7-Point Teaser Odds

  • Bucs +4.5
  • Vikings +8
  • Washington +11
  • Packers +11.5

Best 3 Game/10-Point Teaser Odds

  • Washington +14
  • Packers +14.5
  • Steelers +4.5
  • Eagles +4.5

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.

Free Pro Football Betting Advice – NFL Teaser Pick of the Week

2-Team/6-Point Teaser

  • Browns -1.5
  • Rams +8.5

Risking 120 to Win 100

2020 Teaser of the Week Record: 2-0 (+200 Units)

Why I Like It

Browns -1.5 (teased down from -7.5) vs Washington – The Browns notched a victory in their home opener last week over the Bengals on Thursday Night Football. Without that additional rest, I’d still like Cleveland in this spot, but the extra time to recover and prepare for an NFL team is a significant edge here, especially when we are getting an extra six points on the spread. Both teams are in the bottom half of my model’s power rankings and while the Browns are mediocre, Washington’s team is firmly ranked in the bottom 10 teams in the league, and I don’t expect them to improve over the course of the season. Cleveland QB Baker Mayfield tends to play much better against bottom-tier teams in the league.  All he really needs to do here is take care of the ball and the Brown’s running game and defense should take care of the rest.

Rams +8.5 (teased up from +2.5) vs Bills – I like the Rams as the road dog here with their strong defensive front against a young QB in Josh Allen who hasn’t performed well when he has to get rid of the ball quickly. Buffalo has wracked up some impressive passing numbers to date, but keep in mind those stats came against the Jets and Dolphins, two teams with terrible pass defenses. I’m also expecting a big game out of Ram’s QB Jared Goff, who should be able to exploit a weak Bills secondary, particularly in the middle of the field with TE Tyler Higbee.

Good luck this week!

Previous Season Results (wagering to win 100 units on each teaser)

  • 2012 –  8-2 (+560 units)
  • 2013 –  10-6 (+290 units)
  • 2014 –  7-10 (-510 units)
  • 2015 –  10-7 (+160 units)
  • 2016 – 11-6 (+450 units)
  • 2017 – 7-11 (-620 Units)
  • 2018 – 11-7 (+300 Units)
  • 2019 – 12-7 (+360 Units)

Overall Record – 77-56 (58%) +1090

For more great content this week check out my NFL survivor pool picks.