Some Early Week 1 NFL Bets You Should Start Looking At

Alright, I know what you’re thinking. It’s early August, corona has ruined everything and you want me to look at NFL odds for the first week of play. Yes, yes I do. These are the lines to get in on now and it’s most likely going to be a win win. The odds you are getting now are going to most likely be in your favor so if the games are played you’ll have an upper hand. And if the games aren’t played because this virus ruins everything, you’ll get your money back. So I started looking at the lines and I have three games that look like easy winners. Let’s ride.

Browns @ Ravens (-8.5) 48 O/U: Ravens are going to be another 13 win team this year. And the Browns are the Browns. They are always going to be in their own way. The line feels really big and it honestly should be bigger. Take Ravens -8.5. This is going to be an opening week double digit beat down.

Eagles (-6.5) @ Washington Football Team 44.5 O/U: I’ll never not laugh when I see Washington Football Team. Another case of a trash organization that can not seem to help but shoot themselves in the foot. Also I believe the Eagles are going to be an offensive juggernaut. Washington seems to play Philly tight but I don’t think this year is going to be the same. Eagles get out early and run away and hide. Another week 1 blow out victory.
Miami (+7) @ Patriots 43.5 O/U: New England is going to be one of the most interesting teams to watch this season. No Brady for the first time in 20 years, going to be bizarre not seeing 12 under center. During the Bill Belichick era, New England has seemed to also getting into battles with the Dolphins. This year, with a new quarterback, same sub par receivers and defensive players opting out. These types of battles will be very tough for New England to get out of with a win. If the Dolphins come out a score early in this game, the Patriots are going to struggle chasing. Take the points and pray that Miami can score 17+, if they do it’s an easy win.

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