Here at Cappers Info, we are taking a weekly look at the teams that could be Twos ripe to pull off some major upsets! Check out the potentially ugly dogs that could come up and bite you in the butt in you aren’t careful for the Week 6 of NFL betting action!
Year To Date Record: 22-13 ATS
Upset Record: 4-11 -$730
Underdog Pick #1: Washington Redskins (+130 at Wager Web Sportsbook) vs. Philadelphia Eagles, Sunday, 1:00 ET: Simply put, we’re going to keep betting against the Eagles because we don’t think that they are going to truthfully be anywhere near a playoff team this year. Head Coach Andy Reid and this staff completely screwed this team up by investing basically all of the team’s money into the positions of quarterback, wide receiver, running back, and defensive back. Everywhere else on the field, this squad is incredibly weak. The Redskins have already won a game like this at home as short pups against the New York Giants in Week 1, and we see no reason whatsoever, especially off of a bye, and certainly especially because of all of the team speed that they have up front, that the Skins can’t win this game, win it outright, and win it looking like they should have been favorites the entire time.
Underdog Pick #2: Indianapolis Colts (+280 at Wager Web Sportsbook) @ Cincinnati Bengals, Sunday 1:00 ET: Simply put: The Bengals have absolutely no right laying -300 to any team in professional football right now. Hell, we’d probably take the Oklahoma Sooners against them at +280. We know that the Colts aren’t that much of a step up from your top flight college team this year, but they have been stingy these past few weeks. It’s only a matter of time until QB Curtis Painter and the gang get into the win column. It won’t happen often, but it’ll happen at least one out of three times in a game like this one. The Bengals are absolutely the worst 3-2 team that we have ever seen, and if they do win this one, they’ll absolutely be the worst 4-2 team that we’ve ever seen.
Underdog Pick #3: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+180 at Wager Web Sportsbook) vs. New Orleans Saints, Sunday, 4:15 ET: Where’s our buzzer to buzz the sportsbooks for making the Bucs underdogs in this game? We know that the Saints have looked pretty unstoppable this year, especially knowing that their only loss came against the mighty Green Bay Packers on the road at Lambeau Field on the opening night of the season. We also know that the Bucs just went on the road and laid a total egg against the San Francisco 49ers in one of the worst losses in franchise history. However, Tampa Bay has a knack for winning close games, and this one should be as close as it could be. QB Josh Freeman isn’t going to put up another dud like the one that he posted in San Fran, and unlike last week, when the game came on short rest and after a long trip across the country, this one is back at home, and it is all that the hosts are focused on. Expect a big outburst by Tampa Bay in this one.