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Three Super Bowl sleepers worth a wager


Here are three NFL teams and nfl betting lines presenting this value heading into Week 3

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Yeah, we’re only two weeks into the NFL season with Week 3 about to kick off, so it’s tough to gauge just what teams are made out of. For those who love to look for futures value, now is a great time to score sizable odds on some possible Super Bowl contenders. Here are three NFL teams and nfl betting lines presenting this value heading into Week 3:

New York Giants (+2,000 to in Super Bowl)
New York has flipped its luck in 2016. After losing some crushing nail biters to start the 2015 season, the Giants have come through in those close games with slim wins against Dallas and New Orleans. New York’s revamped defense is no joke, ranked eighth in yards allowed through the first two weeks. Complementing that is a potent passing game with Eli Manning having plenty of targets now that Victor Cruz is healthy and Sterling Shepard is stepping up as a go-to guy. The NFC East could be theirs to lose if they can knock off Washington this weekend.

Houston Texans (+2,000)
The Texans were 20/1 to win the Super Bowl heading into Thursday’s embarrassing Thursday night game with New England, so bettors could be looking at a bigger payout by the end of the week. But, despite that showing, don’t discount Houston. The defense is one of the best in the league and the offense, which has sputtered a bit, has plenty of new faces. Give those skill players some time to gel, and this Texans squad could be scary good by the time the winter hits. The AFC South doesn’t look like too much of a challenge, with Houston holding the inside track to the postseason.

Cincinnati Bengals (+2,000)
Yes, yes. We’ve all seen Andy Dalton’s postseason stats. But Cincy is one of the best two-way teams in the AFC, with a strong scoring attack and stingy defense. The Bengals opened with two road games, beating the Jets and losing a tight fight at Pittsburgh – something that shouldn’t discount their chances to win the division too much. Cincinnati is tied for the fourth weakest schedule in the NFL, so outside of those rough AFC North matchups with the Steelers and Ravens, the Bengals should be able to at least crack the Wild Card.

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