Corrigan’s Gambling Corner: Jets vs. Broncos Best Bets

Corrigan’s Gambling Corner: Jets vs. Broncos Best Bets

by October 1, 2020 0 comments

Talk about two terrible Thursday Night Football games in a row. However, the show must go on, and we need a big rebound week in the NFL. As always, the only thing better than watching football is making money off of football.

All Lines courtesy of Jazz Sports Book.

2020 Record: 17-12

Spread: Jets -1 (-110)

I really don’t want to pick either of these teams, but I must for the sake of content. The Jets are terrible but slightly less terrible than the Broncos at the moment. It remains to be seen if Drew Lock will be the future in Denver, but he is injured and the Broncos are on to their third quarterback this season in Brett Rypien. We have seen flashes from Sam Darnold throughout his career, but then he throws two pick-six interceptions against the Colts. At the end of the day, the Jets are slightly better this week.

Point Total: Over 41 (-110)

Yes, I like the over in this game. At some point, both these quarterbacks are going to throw a horrendous, yet hilarious interception that will result in points. If we are being honest, I would look at a seven-point teaser with the Jets (meaning the Jets would become +6 and the point total would move to 34.) It’s not the same as a parlay, but I found its a good way to make some money in football.

Best Prop: Sam Darnold Over 0.5 Interceptions (-148)

I am just full blow rooting for all-out nonsense tonight. Darnold is incredibly talented, I will admit that. But he cannot read a defense to save his life. At some point, just like every game, he will make a boneheaded mistake.

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