If you’re an NFL online betting enthusiast that loves making fun-filled props odds wagers that allow you to bet on ‘the game within the game’ then you’ve come to the right place. Thanks to the Week 3 props odds picks that you’re about to get, you’re going to have a great chance to add to your annual NFL betting bankroll.
With that thought in mind, you can easily check out all of the Week 3 NFL props odds right here. Now, let’s get started.
Washington at Cleveland Browns at 1 p.m. ET
First To Score
Analysis: Washington was down 17-0 against Philly in Week 1 before storming back to get the stunning win. Unfortunately, they weren’t able to overcome a 14-0 first-quarter deficit against Kyler Murray and the Cardinals in Week 2.
Cleveland was down 10-0 against Baltimore before putting its only points of the game on the board late in the first quarter. The Browns were also down 3-0 against Cincinnati in Week 2 before scoring.
Prediction: While both of these teams have not scored first in either of their two games this season, I’m going with Cleveland to put points on the board first in this Week 3 matchup, if only because of their elite talent at the skill positions with players like Nick Chubb, Odell Beckham Jr. Jarvis Landry and Kareem Hunt.
Pick: Cleveland Browns
LA Rams at Buffalo Bills at 1 p.m. ET
Team To Score Longest TD
The Rams’ longest score against Dallas in Week 1 was a 2-yard run by Malcolm Brown. In Week 2, it was a 28-yard TD pass from Jared Goff to Tyler Higbee. John Brown caught a 17-yard TD pass from Josh Allen in the Bills’ opener and he added a 46-yard TD grab in Week 2 against Miami.
Prediction: Buffalo’s stout defense, the speedy John Brown – and strong-armed Josh Allen – lead me to believe the Bills are going to get the longest touchdown score in this Week 3 matchup of unbeatens.
Pick: Buffalo Bills
Highest Scoring Half
1st Half -120
2nd Half -120
The Rams and Cowboys put 27 combined points on the board in the first half Week 1, but just 10 second-half points. In Week 2, the Rams and Eagles combined to put a whopping 37 points on the board in the first half, but just 19 second-half points. The Bills had a higher scoring first half in Week 1 against the Jets but saw their second half against Miami produce more points in Week 2.
Prediction: Both teams have seen a bunch of points scored in the first half of each of their two games to date and I see no reason why this Week 3 matchup should be any different as I expect both teams to play defense at a higher level after an early feeling-out process.
Pick: First Half
Las Vegas Raiders at New England Patriots at 1 p.m. ET
Longest TD in the Game
Over 41½ Yards -115
Under 41½ Yards -115
The Raiders got a 23-yard touchdown pass from Derek Carr to Nelson Agholor in Week 1 while giving up a huge, 75-yard touchdown pass from Teddy Bridgewater to Robbie Anderson. In Week 2, Zay Jones hauled in a 15-yard scoring strike from Carr to finish with that game’s longest touchdown.
Cam Newton’s 11-yard touchdown run was the longest score of the game in New England’s 21-11 Week 1 win over Miami. In Week 2, the Pats got a 48-yard pick-six from Devin McCourty while allowing Russell Wilson to toss a 54-yard TD strike to DK Metcalf.
The Patriots don’t have much explosive talent on offense, but they have a solid defense that generally doesn’t give up long touchdowns either. Play the Under here BetUS NFL betting faithful.
Pick: Under 41½ Yards
Team To Score Longest TD
As just stated, New England just isn’t going to score many long touchdowns this season – unless you’re expecting Juliam Edelman to run past someone. The Raiders, have a bunch of speed, starting with rookie wideout Henry Ruggs III and although I believe the Raiders blew it by not selecting CeeDee Lamb, Vegas should easily score the longest touchdown in this Week 3 pairing.
Pick: Las Vegas Raiders
Total Points Scored
Vegas is averaging a stellar 34.0 points per game (fourth), but giving up an overly generous 27.0 points per game defensively (19th). New England is averaging a more modest 25.5 points per contest (14th) while allowing 23.0 points per game defensively (15th).
Prediction: I like Cam Newton and company to take care of business in this one while the final score finishes somewhere between 50-56 points.
Pick: Patriots 27 Raiders 24