Now that the 2020 NFL schedule and odds have been released, I'm looking for the best tips to turn my $1,000 bankroll into $10,000 by the end of the season. Need all your help.
i got a decent wager on texans season win total under 8.5 -130. i see now 7.5. they're gonna get destroyed this season and watson isn't gonna take it anymore. hope you're doing well, bro
Hey..you ole dirty baztid you..lol. Doing well boss. Hope all is well with you. nice play on the texans u8.5
Turning $1,000 into $10,000 is tough. You pretty much have to win either get extremely lucky with plunge bets or win a 4-team parlay, but the odds of doing that are 15-1. A more realistic approach is to wager 2% of bankroll (22 to win 20) with a goal of winning 10 units by the end of the season. You could also enter a Vegas contest with your $1,000 and possibly win $100,000 or more.
In mid-late June, I strongly recommend going to Amazon and getting Lindy's Pro Football Annual, Marc Lawrence's Playbook Football Preview Guide, and Week One NFL Winners. The cost is minimal and you will be well prepared when the season starts with those three books.
i grabbed the bears +370 to win the north. more of a value bet than anything else. aaron rodgers is obviously on his way out with how the draft went. they didn't grab any of the pieces he needs and instead shocked the team by drafting a qb. we all know rodgers can be as passive aggressive as they come.
the vikings could possibly be in shambles. the city can't stand cousins and for good reason. he's a total choke artist. always has been, always will be. they're without a big wr, diggs, now. i'm not sure if that's a good or a bad thing, though. diggs acted like a total cry baby when he wasn't getting the ball even though the team was winning, which i'm sure carried into the locker room and affected attitudes. now dalvin cook is looking to sit out to get prepared a ridiculous amount of undeserved money. mattison is solid and kubiak is a great rb coach, but i don't have a whole lot of faith in this team
lions? who knows what the lions are doing
that leaves the bears. it's clear they're moving on from mitch. they've got a super bowl winning qb paired up with his oc from philly, which is originally what they wanted in jacksonville. they've got a killer d again. the one thing that worries me is the te's. 10 te's? why? the only credible wr they have is arob. however, foles has done magic with little talent before. i'm not saying this is a lock by any means, but given the circumstances going on in this division, i definitely see value in the bears
HAHAHA! I'll give you two teaser tips. These are from Marc Lawrence's Playbook Football Preview Guide 2020 and the 2020 edition of Week One NFL Winners. With newsstands shuttered, you can find both on Amazon. You can also find Marc's magazine at his site.
Lamar Jackson is 20-2 ATS in the regular season on the first leg of 6-point teaser.
Deshaun Watson is 29-5-3 ATS on the first leg of a 6-point teaser.
Interesting points! What do you think of the Bears in Week One?
that number really throws me off. could it be just the divisional game witht he bears pathetic ats road record? or how they've struggled with the lions in the past? i don't see how stafford could win against this d his first game back off an injury. not only that, who's in the lions secondary now? i have no clue who these guys have for a defense because patricia traded them all! i know they grabbed okudah but is a rookie really going to have a break out performance his first game of the season?
i figured the bears would've been favored to be honest. i'll probably have to play them at +1.5 and a little on the moneyline, but i'm not comfortable doing anything outside of some futures just yet. who knows what's going to happen with a positive covid test a week before kickoff.