Best NFL Free Picks & Predictions for Week 9
Entering the 2019 NFL regular season second half, Week 9 NFL wagering lines feature markets on 14 contests. We have a possible blowout on tap as San Francisco @ Arizona is the Thursday Night Football fight.
Exciting Week 9 action plays out on October 31, plus November 3 and 4, 2019. Top online sportsbooks offer thousands of NFL betting odds weekly. That includes LIVE wagering and Super Bowl 54 futures odds.
Canada Sports Betting visitors, who stayed the course with CSB Week 8 NFL Free Picks, went 2-3 and banked a +52 return. Through 12 weeks, we are sitting with a 30-19 overall record. Let’s get to the selections!
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- 01San Francisco @ Arizona: 31/10/19 at 8:20 PM ET
- 02Minnesota @ Kansas City: 03/11/19 at 1:00 PM ET
- 03Week 9 Parlay Free Pick: 49ers + Jaguars + Patriots
- 04Dallas @ New York 03/11/19 @ 8:15 PM ET
San Francisco @ Arizona: 31/10/19 at 8:20 PM ET
Happy Halloween! Marking the occasion, the 49ers and Cardinals hook up at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, AZ. San Francisco (7-0) is full marks for their perfect record as the 49ers have been mowing down the competition.
Last week we warned bettors that Arizona (3-4-1) was riding a sketchy winning streak. Right on cue, the Saints crushed the Cardinals by a 31-9 count. The Cards are a walking MASH unit – especially at running back.
On a roll, the Bay Area Crew is balling. The 49ers are averaging 29.6 PPG while their defence is second only to New England (7.6) allowing 11 PPG. Arizona won’t score much - Bet on the Niners.
Minnesota @ Kansas City: 03/11/19 at 1:00 PM ET
Teams headed in opposite directions hook up at Arrowhead Stadium as the Vikings visit the Chiefs on Sunday. Kansas City (5-3) is expected to be without QB Patrick Mahomes again and they have lost three straight at home.
Following a 2-2 start, the Vikings (6-2) have rattled off four straight wins by a combined 127-69 count. RB Delvin Cook leads the NFL with 823 rush yards and faces a KC run defense that ranks 29th allowing 145 YPG.
Vikings HC Mike Zimmer has had extra time to prepare for this contest and that gives Minnesota an edge here. Kansas City's offensive line is in shambles plus they are missing two top interior linemen on defense.
Odds Note: Mahomes is listed as “questionable” so bookmakers have not set lines on this contest yet. We are leaning toward the Vikings and will release our pick once prices are posted at PowerPlay.
Preparation is what helps separate the good teams and the great teams.— Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) October 30, 2019
That continues to be true for the #Vikings during their current 4-game winning streak.
Week 9 Parlay Free Pick: 49ers + Jaguars + Patriots
Although we posted a winning Week 8 parlay free pick - we are not entirely proud of it. That is due to the fact that we did not need to buy points on any of the games as all three teams covered their original ATS price.
That said, a win is a win and, with Bet365 early cash out offers accepted, our accumulators sit at 5-2 (+498) this season. Our Week 9 parlay opens with San Francisco as we feel the 49ers will crush the Cardinals in Glendale.
Jumping across the pond, Jacksonville is our second leg as the Jaguars battle Houston at Wembley Stadium in London, GB. New England, on the road in Baltimore for the Sunday Night game, is the third leg of our accumulator.
- 49ers -9.5 (1.80) over Cardinals
- Jaguars +3.5 (1.61) over Texans
- Patriots -2.5 (1.68) over Ravens
Bet365 odds are subject to change - Connect below for current prices.
Dallas @ New York 03/11/19 @ 8:15 PM ET
Monday Night Football has the Cowboys heading east to face the Giants. Dallas (4-3) is fresh off a BYE that was preceded by a 37-10 win over Philadelphia. The Cowboys are rested, healthy and crushed the G-Men 35-17 in Week 1.
A long season continues for the Giants (2-5) who have lost four straight contests and are giving up 27.3 points per game. QB Daniel Jones has been “decent” during his first season but he has 12 turnovers in six starts.
During their win over the Eagles, the Dallas defence was strong and we feel that will be a factor in this contest. Also, the Cowboys have the #1 offense with 437.9 YPG while the Giants are 28th allowing 386 YPG on defense.