Corrigan’s Gambling Corner: MNF Doubleheader

Corrigan’s Gambling Corner: MNF Doubleheader

by October 19, 2020 0 comments

This past weekend feels like the first time in months that I did not have a losing record. I went 3-3 and actually won money this weekend. Some people are saying that I am back. What better way to really get this train rolling than with a Monday Night Football doubleheader.

2020 Record: 26-29

All lines courtesy of Jazz Sportsbook

Best Spread: Chiefs -5.5

Both the Kanas City Chiefs and the Buffalo Bills are coming off some bad losses. While newly acquired Le’Veon Bell will not be playing tonight for the Chiefs, this is still the most dangerous offense in the NFL. Anytime you have Patrick Mahomes as your starting quarterback, you should feel pretty good. The Bills are no joke, but if they are for real, Josh Allen needs to show up in big games. It comes down to which quarterback has shown up in the big game, obviously, you have to go with the MVP and Super Bowl MVP.

Other Best Spread: Cardinals +1

Obviously losing Dak Prescott is a huge blow for an already struggling Cowboys team. Andy Dalton is the perfect backup quarterback for any team, that defense will be able to keep up. Both the Cardinals and Cowboys have a pretty suspect defense and explosive offenses. Again, this game comes down to the quarterback and while Dalton has the experience of playing in big games, the nod goes to Kyler Murray.

Best Point Total: Cardinals vs Cowboys O/55

Both teams have explosive offenses and mediocre defenses. This game has all the makings of a Monday night shootout, which we the viewers desperately need after a pretty weak Sunday in the NFL.

Best Prop: Bills vs Chiefs: Will a team score in the first 3.5 minutes? Yes (+230)

Do you ever just have a feeling when it comes to gambling? For some reason, I think the Bills will score very quickly in this game. That’s obviously a huge gamble because that is assuming that the Bills get the ball first but if they don’t, Mahomes should make up for it.

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