NFL Progressive Picks

Each week along with all the other parlay cards that come out, there is a ticket for strictly NFL games. The ticket involves anywhere from 13 to 16 possible games or picks that the bettor can choose from. The purpose of this ticket is to pick the winners of the games (or over/unders), there are no spreads involved. The kicker is that the bettor has to choose all of the games (bets) on the ticket. They are called progressive tickets because each week if no one gets one hundred percent of the picks correct the money that is wagered is added into the pot for next weekend’s games. The cost of the ticket is $5, and you fill out the card just like any other parlay card ticket.

This Sunday all of the games are on the ticket, no over/unders, just strictly pick the winners. So far this season the pot is up to $33,000. I’d say betting 5 to win 33K isn’t that bad. This will be the first week of the NFL season that I am filling one out because I usually like to get an idea about how teams are playing, against who, and where. If you have some extra cash from your winnings on college football today, head down to the sportsbook and take a shot at 33 grand.

The picks:

  • Kansas City Chiefs
  • Atlanta Falcons
  • New Orleans Saints
  • New York Jets
  • Dallas Cowboys
  • Houston Texans
  • San Francisco 49ers
  • Tennessee Titans
  • Denver Broncos
  • New England Patriots
  • Arizona Cardinals
  • Green Bay Packers
  • Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Philadelphia Eagles

*Follow me on Twitter @blakelederman to see my weekly prediction(s) #blakesbets.

 

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