2016 NFL Week 9 Betting Multi

Our NFL Multi of the week continues in Week 9 of the 2016-17 NFL Season.

Suggested NFL Week 9 Multi

Leg 1: Dallas Cowboys @ Cleveland Browns – $1.33
Leg 2: Jacksonville @ Kansas City Chiefs – $1.17
Leg 3: New Orleans Saints @ San Francisco 49ers – $1.55
Leg 4: Philadelphia Eagles @ New York Giants – $1.71

Total price of the multi is $4.15

Confidence level: 80% This looks a really solid bet on paper with good insurance behind it with the promotion.

Dallas is not only looking like the likely winners of the NFC East they are also looking like a genuine contender for the number one seed in the NFC as a whole, which is a credit to their entire organisation. This week they play the Cleveland Browns who although have been competitive are yet to win a game in season 2016/17 and have conceded at least 28 points in every game. Ezekiel Elliot and Dak Prescott will be licking their lips at the chance to fill up the stat sheet against a poor defensive unit and the Cowboys actually look over the odds at $1.33 and a great way to start off the multi.

Jacksonville are not a good Football team. They’ve only beaten two teams all year (Chicago and Indianapolis) who both rate in our ten worst teams in the league. Their quarterback, Blake Bortles, can only move the football in garbage time and they are coached poorly. Kansas City on the other hand are coached quite well and are an incredibly underrated Football team. In fact, they’ve only lost three games since Week 7 of the 2015 NFL season! They are the most underrated team in Football and at home this week should make light work of the Jags.

New Orleans have been the surprise packets of 2016. Their defence has performed above our expectations and Drew Brees looks to have found a handful of quality young receivers to partner Brandin Cooks in the Big Easy. The Saints are 3-4 and three of their four losses have been by less than a converted touchdown indicating that they are probably slightly better than people think. The 49ers conversely have not won a game since Week 1 against the Rams. They’ve conceded 30+ on five occasions already and the Saints passing game should have a field day in California this Sunday.

Philadelphia had their chances to beat the Cowboys in Dallas last week but couldn’t put the final nail in the coffin. They now have to play on the road once again against a division rival in what is shaping as a must-win for both teams in an NFC East division that has been very competitive thus far. Both teams will be eyeing off a wild-card spot and this game will go a long way to shaping who will get it. The Giants defensive unit were able to win the turnover battle in London against the Rams and have had a bye week to help prepare them for this big clash in New York. They struggle to run the ball but the week off should ensure Rashad Jennings is now fully healthy and they should win at home to give the multi some real juice.


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November 2, 2016 by : Posted in Expert Betting Tips No Comments

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