TikTok video reveals the winning trend of NFL betting this season


Do you trust TikTok with your money?  If so, here is a betting scheme for you.

Do you trust TikTok with your money? If so, here is a betting scheme for you.
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Who doesn’t like making money, huh? Everyone does. That’s why we can all use some friendly betting tips from time to time. To that end, if you’re just looking to make direct bets, there is a new trend in NFL betting it’s been incredibly good for some people.

Betting in favor of teams that I did not cover the previous week when facing teams that done the previous week’s cover has a record of 39-14-1 in 2021. I know the video says 38-14-1, but the Bears-Steelers game also falls into this category and anyone who has bet on the Bears (+7) has got the money. This trend was 7-0 in week 2, 6-3 in week 3, 7-3, 5-2-1, 3-3, 1-2, 3-0 and finally 7-0 last week. If you were to put $ 100 on each of these games during the season, you’d be $ 2,500 richer minus the booking fees and any specific line on each game. Basically, you’d be sitting nice.

In week 9, the seven games that would fit into this trend were Jacksonville (+14.5) v Buffalo, Atlanta (+5.5) v New Orleans, Los Angeles Chargers (-1.5) v Philadelphia, Kansas City (-1) against Green Bay, Arizona (+5.5) against San Francisco, Indianapolis (-10) against the New York Jets, and Chicago (+7) against Pittsburgh. Clearly, not every week will go this way. Weeks 6 and 7 saw the trend go 4-5 combined, but this appears to be just a small bump on the road as the trend has gone 10-0 since then.

So how about this trend making sense? I guess the underperforming teams tend to bounce back in an attempt to show the world that the previous week was just an accident, while the teams that exceeded expectations don’t feel the same pressure to succeed. This is just a theory though.

The biggest question everyone probably has now is which games will fall under these circumstances next week? Here they are:

  • Las Vegas raiders (+2.5) against. Kansas City Chiefs
  • Philadelphia Eagles (+2.5) @ Denver Broncos
  • New Orleans Saints (+3) @ Tennessee Titans
  • Carolina Panthers (+10) @ Arizona Cardinals
  • Dallas Cowboys (-9.5) v. Atlanta Falcons
  • Baltimore Ravens (-7) @ Miami Dolphins

Looking at these games, I don’t hate them for the most part. The only two I don’t really like are the Saints (+3) and the Panthers (+10), but to be honest I could see both will happen. The rest of them look pretty solid, especially the Ravens (-7) in Miami. The Dolphins are a junk fire that couldn’t beat the Texans for more than one possession. Ravens should have no problem getting them jumping out of the water. Look for a great Devonta Freeman game in that one.

While you could get your fill of money on these six games, I would suggest you bet each game individually if you intend to give it a try. Sure, in the past couple of weeks, the trend has been perfect, but it has been flawed five out of eight times. You will make less money than if the parlay were to hit, but the risk is much lower with a still solid chance of making money. Of course, as is the case with anything I call attention to, this trend will fail miserably this weekend – isn’t that always the case?


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