The 2022 NFL regular season is down to its final four weeks. With that comes a full slate of football on Saturday, providing a fresh docket of bets sure to win you some money.
Let’s meet our plays, shall we?
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Best Bet No. 1: Ravens vs. Browns Under 37.5 (-110)
The late-afternoon game on Saturday evening sees the Baltimore Ravens (9-4) taking on the Cleveland Browns (4-8) in a good, old-fashioned AFC North divisional matchup. After serving a lengthy suspension, Deshaun Watson will make his much-anticipated home debut in front of the dog pound. Opposite him, the Ravens will deploy Tyler Huntley as Lamar Jackson (knee) continues to rehab. Right from the opening kickoff, you can expect a run-heavy approach from both offenses. We all know the Browns love to run it down the opposition’s throat with the likes of Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt. Meanwhile, the Ravens will look to do the same with J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards. This has all the potential for a low-scoring, close game all game long. I’m siding with the under.
Best Bet No. 2: Dolphins vs. Bills Under 41.5 Points (-110)
The weather is scheduled to play a significant factor when the Miami Dolphins (8-5) take on the AFC East-leading Buffalo Bills (10-3) on Saturday evening. The city of Buffalo is facing a severe lake effect snow warning that is set to drop up to a foot of snow from Friday right up until kick-off. Lots of snow, cold weather, and heavy winds? This should be a classic low-scoring, make-the-most-of-your-opportunities type of game in Orchard Park. From a sheer play-calling perspective, I think much of this game will be played on the ground where both teams will have to “scrap it out” and fight for every yard (and point). Welcome to western New York in mid-December, football fans. Take the under in this one.
Best Bet No. 3: Vikings -4.0 (-110)
The Minnesota Vikings (10-3) will look to get back into the win column on Saturday afternoon after a surprising loss to the (surging) Detroit Lions last week. With NFC supremacy up for grabs, the Vikings will lock horns with the Indianapolis Colts (4-8-1) in what’s projected to be the picture-perfect bounce-back game for Minny. In addition, Kirk Cousins, Justin Jefferson, T.J. Hockenson, and the rest of the Minnesota offense continue to cook (no pun intended) at an elite rate. Simply put, the Vikings are the far superior team here and should have their way with Indy all game long. Revenge game and four-point favorites? Ride with Cousins and company.
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