2021 NFL Week 3 Best Betting Trends And Odds To Know

  • Teddy Bridgewater is 38-14 in his career against the spread as a starter.
  • The Kansas City Chiefs have covered just one spread in their last 13 games.
  • Matt Nagy is just 2-12 against the spread as an underdog of 3.5-points or more.

DENVER – Some NFL betting trends are too strong to be considered irrelevant. There are three games this week that have trends that largely signal what the outcome may be.

Teddy Bridgewater: The King Of Covers

Everybody has their own opinion on whether Teddy Bridgewater is a good option as a starting quarterback in the NFL. However, it cannot be debated whether betting on Bridgewater is successful. As a starter, he has compiled an extremely impressive record against the spread.

Entering Week 3, the Denver Broncos are the largest favorites of the week according to online sportsbooks and now it’s only a matter of whether Bridgewater can cover the big numbers as well.

Jets Vs. Broncos Spread Odds

  • New York Jets +10.5 -115
  • Denver Broncos -10.5 -105

This game will begin at 4:05 p.m. EST Sunday and can be seen on CBS.

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Kansas City Chiefs: Historically Bad Against The Spread

There’s little debate on whether the Kansas City Chiefs are one of the best teams in the league but NFL betting sites have often overvalued the franchise.

The Chiefs were on an incredible 15-2 ATS run but have since covered in just one of their last 13 games with a 1-11-1 ATS record overall. Patrick Mahomes has the biggest contract of all time, but is only making sports bettors money when they bet against him.

Chiefs Vs. Chargers Spread Odds

  • Kansas City Chiefs -6.5 -110
  • Los Angeles Chargers +6.5 -110

It’s ultimately a decision for each individual bettor to make as to whether the Chiefs will start to even back out and cover some spreads or if the trend is suggesting another lackluster performance from Kansas City.

The game is scheduled to have a 1 p.m. EST start time on Sunday and will be broadcast on CBS.

Matt Nagy: Can’t Cover As An Underdog

Matt Nagy’s name has been on the hot seat for a while now and his woes extend beyond the football field and into the betting atmosphere.

Since the start of 2019, Nagy has a 1-13 straight-up record as an underdog of 3.5 or more points. What’s worse is that he has just a 2-12 record against the spread in those spots. Sports betting sites list the Chicago Bears as touchdown-underdogs to the Cleveland Browns.

Bears Vs. Browns Spread Odds

  • Chicago Bears +7.0 -120
  • Cleveland Browns -7.0 EVEN

The game is set to kick off on Sunday at 1 p.m. EST with coverage on FOX.