There are few feelings better than when the clock strikes 1 p.m. on Sundays during the NFL season. Loads of games, tons of action, and jaw-dropping, unscripted drama fill millions of living rooms all across America. In addition to this comes the opportunity (and non-stop adrenaline rush) to win some money.
Without further ado, let’s dive in and examine some best bets from Week 3 around the NFL set to kick off at the one o’clock hour.
Best Bet No. 1: Garrett Wilson Any Time Touchdown (+225)
It has taken a grand total of two weeks for New York Jets rookie wide receiver Garrett Wilson to establish himself as the one true alpha in New York. So far this season, Wilson has been targeted 22 times with 12 receptions. In addition, the former Ohio State wideout has two touchdowns and 154 receiving yards. Wilson is the talk of the town on Broadway and one of the game’s most electrifying young talents at wide receiver. At +225, this is almost too good to be true. Look for Wilson to snag another touchdown for the Jets at home on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. This kid really is the real deal.
Best Bet No. 2: Denver Broncos Money Line (+105)
After shocking the football world with the acquisition of star quarterback Russell Wilson this past offseason, the Denver Broncos have had a shaky start to the 2022 NFL campaign. What’s even shakier has been the start of Nathaniel Hackett’s coaching career. This week, Denver hosts the San Francisco 49ers under the bright lights on Sunday Night Football. Questionable coaching aside, it’s only a matter of time before the Wilson train hits full steam ahead in Denver, and a primetime game on Sunday night may be just what the doctor ordered. At plus money, take the Broncos in this one.
Best Bet No. 3: Miles Sanders OVER 63.5 Rushing Yards (-110) – Philadelphia vs. Washington
Fresh off a 2-0 start, Miles Sanders and the Philadelphia Eagles enter Week 3 in a very favorable spot. Although it’s only been two weeks, the Washington Commanders’ defense has been filled with holes and underlying question marks. The Eagles have had an impressive start to the campaign thus far and Sanders has been a key cog in one of the most lethal offenses in football. From a sheer personal standpoint, Sanders has hit his over in both Weeks 1 and 2 and he should exceed his total of 61.5 rushing yards against the Commanders on Sunday. This one’s easy, folks. Ride with the over.
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