NFL Week 5 Special Betting Props-Betting on the Cats
NFL parlays are the ultimate risk/reward option for sports bettors looking to maximize the value in the betting odds.
NFL parlays are the ultimate risk/reward option for sports bettors looking to maximize the value in the betting odds. While you can group up to 15 teams in a parlay bet at BetAnySports for a return of 9000/1, the sweet spot for maximizing the reward while minimizing the risk is three teams for a return of 6/1. You need to be on the money with all three picks, but a winning play will pay you six times your original bet.
Staying true to its mission of giving you more ways to bet and more ways to win, BetAnySports releases certain parlay plays at even better odds as part of the special props it will have in play for every week of the NFL season. One of those parlay plays for Week 5 in the NFL at an enhanced +625 return is a special prop called ‘NFL Cats’
To cash in on this parlay play, the Carolina Panthers, Jacksonville Jaguars and the Detroit Lions need to cover against the spread in Sunday’s games.
Jacksonville has a tough test on the road as a three-point underdog against the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs. The 3-1 Jaguars have the top-rated defense in points allowed and Kansas City is the highest scoring team in the league so something has to give in this one. The Jaguars have been a solid bet on the road with a 10-4 record ATS in their last 14 road games.
The Panthers come off a bye at 2-1 both SU and ATS heading into Sunday’s home game against the 1-3 (SU and ATS) New York Giants. BetAnySports has Carolina set as six-point favorites for the 1 p.m. start at Bank of America Stadium. The Giants have just four SU wins in their last 21 games while the Panthers have won nine of their last 13 games both SU and ATS.
The final play in the NFL Cats prop bet is Detroit as a 1.5-point home underdog against the Green Bay Packers. The Lions have stumbled out of the gate to a SU 1-3 start, but they have been able to cover in three of their first four games. The Packers are 2-1-1 SU with an even 2-2 record ATS. Detroit comes into this NFC North clash with a 4-2 record both SU and ATS in its last six home games.