Overall P/L: -11.7u

Carolina Panthers @ Cincinnati Bengals

Monday 7th November – 5 am Sydney time

The Bengals were embarrassed by the Browns on Monday Night Football and they will be looking to hit back in front of their home fans.

They really struggled against the Browns offence who tortured them and despite some glimpses of good offence, by the time they got into gear, it was too late. You can’t keep a team like this down though and Joe Burrow will be looking to hit back against a talented Panthers defence meanwhile the Bengals defence has a chance of redemption against a mediocre Panthers offence.

The Panthers lost the unlosable against the Falcons in what was a very offensive game, with 71 total points scored where their defence was just fair. But the Panthers have now put in back-to-back impressive performances and will be looking to continue their run of decent form.

I think the Bengals can bounce back at home here and for them to come out on top in the battle of the cats.

Back the Cincinnati Bengals -7.0 : 1.5u @ $1.85


Minnesota Vikings @ Washington Commanders

Monday 7th November – 5 am Sydney time

I found this a strange one but if could be the fact that the Vikings aren’t playing in a dome that the bookies are keeping this tight.

The Vikings won a shootout with the Cardinals last weekend and they will be looking to capitalise on the 6-1 record. Led by Cousins, Cook, and Jefferson on the offensive side of the ball, the Vikings will look to torture the Commanders defence whilst on the other side of the ball, they have a chance of redemption facing a Commanders offence which isn’t the greatest but can still produce some brilliance when needed.

The Commanders will be missing McKissic and Dotson on offence but also two linebackers in Mayo and Holcomb whilst their defensive-end in Toney is questionable.

I really like the Vikings here and I think their offence is going to be piling the points on here.

Back the Minnesota Vikings -3.0 : 3u @ $1.90


Seattle Seahawks @ Arizona Cardinals

Monday 7th November – 8:05 am Sydney time

I really like the Seahawks here.

This is a rematch of their contest from week 6 in Seattle where the Seahawks won 19-9. The Cardinals have been very inconsistent, winning only three this season with only one of those being here at home. I don’t think Kyler Murray has been too bad, I just think as a team they aren’t putting it together when they need to. Last weekend they went head-to-head with the Vikings in a game they could have won, had they put it all together.

The Seahawks are going for four in a row and five of their last six with their one hiccup being against Saints in a shootout. They handled the Cardinals with ease, beat the Chargers and took care of the Giants, showing that they are a team to not be messed with, especially with Geno Smith playing lights out. I still think this will be close being an away game for them and being a divisional match-up but I see no reason the Seahawks can’t walk away with a clean sweep of their rivals.

Happy to take the Seahawks head-to-head in a high scoring affair.

Back the Seattle Seahawks H2H : 1.5u @ $2.05


Summary: Total Units Used: 6.0u


Cincinnati Bengals -7.0 : 1.5u @ $1.85

Minnesota Vikings -3.0 : 3u @ $1.90

Seattle Seahawks H2H : 1.5u @ $2.05


No Multi this week, but if you did it would be $7.20

*All Prices/lines via Tab as of 05/11/22