For my Pete’s Premium Parlay for NFL Week 3, college football Week 4, I’ve chosen 6 teams to do a round robin parlays of 3s and 4s. My risk is $105, and if all 6 sides hit, the payout will be over $900.
I passed on a number of sides recommended to me by
professional handicappers in my game previews during the week, despite still
trusting the leans of the cappers and believing the sides to probably be the
right sides. I’ve been looking to auto-fade the Steelers from the start of the
year, and this week as just a 2-point home underdog to the Bears, I still feel
that way. Al McMordie from BigAl.com sees the game the same way as I do and
recommended the Bears as a pick, but it feels a little fishy to me, a little
“too easy”, so I decided to keep the Bears out of this week’s parlay. I also
stayed away from a similar road favorite, Green Bay, despite Stephen Oh, whom I
trust implicitly, from EventDataServices.com recommending the Packers, as well
as a very telling early jump in line movement at BetDSI. The Bengals just have
too many positives at the moment to feel good going against as a home dog.
I wound up starting off the parlay with two “faith-based” sports picks, in other words, using them entirely on the recommendation of the
handicappers who chose them. Tony George from TonyGeorgeSports.com likes a side
in the Giants/Panthers game that I tailed, and venerable Troy West from
AllPlaysWin.com recommended a play in the San Jose St/Minnesota college game
that he calls his second-favorite college football play of the season to date.
His favorite play, which he gave us for free in a video before Week 1, was
Washington over Boise St, which covered by a mile.
Then I added another play from Troy, this one from the NFL,
and a pick given by Scott Kellen from SixthSenseSports.com in the Tampa Bay/New
And finally, I rounded out the parlay with two college
football odds totals that came courtesy of Brent from BetDSI, which he told me were
both totals that attracted notable sharp action during the week.