Pat Is Back! McAfee Scores 8-2 Betting Record This Weekend

Posted on October 26, 2020

Pat McAfee had a great weekend of football betting.

Between the NFL and college football, the FanDuel personality’s picks went 8-2 over the weekend.

That showing gave McAfee the rebound week that he needed. Last week was his first losing week of the season.

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Pat McAfee Goes 6-1 with NFL Week 7 picks

McAfee releases his NFL betting picks every week on the The Pat McAfee Show.

It was a great NFL week for the former Indianapolis Colts punter. His NFL picks went 6-1 over the weekend.

McAfee is now 18-10 with his NFL picks, so his record is now firmly in the positive.

San Francisco 49ers vs New England Patriots

Pat’s Pick: 49ers +2.5

Final Score: 49ers 33, Patriots 6

Did Pat Win? Yes

Tennessee Titans vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Pat’s Pick: Steelers +1.5

Pat’s Explanation:

“I think that the Steelers will be able to stop Derrick Henry, which by the way is not an easy feat. I just think the Steelers defense is built to do it.”

Final Score: Steelers 27, Titans 24

Did Pat Win? Yes

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Las Vegas Raiders

Pat’s Pick: Buccaneers +4.5

Final Score: Buccaneers 45, Raiders 20

Did Pat Win? Yes

Seattle Seahawks vs. Arizona Cardinals

Pat’s Pick: Cardinals +3.5

Pat’s Explanation:

“This feels like one of those games where the Seahawks potentially slip up a little bit and the Cardinals get a win.”

Final Score: Cardinals 37, Seahawks 34

Did Pat Win? Yes

Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets

Pat’s Pick: Bills -11

Pat’s Explanation:

“I think this is a 20-point victory if the Bills want to be what we thought they were early. If the Bills want to be a legit squad, then this is the type of game the Bills will have to come out and stomp a team.”

Final Score: Bills 18, Jets 10

Did Pat Win? No

Green Bay Packers vs Houston Texans

Pat’s Pick: Packers +3.5

Final Score: Packers 35, Texans 20

Did Pat Win? Yes

New York Giants vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Pat’s Pick: Giants +4.5

Pat’s Explanation:

“This is a big week for ol’ Danny Dimes, who rushed for 74 yards last week. He’s going to get loose, they better have a spy on that guy.”

Final Score: Eagles 22, Giants 21

Did Pat Win? Yes

Pat’s College Football betting picks

College football betting also went great for McAfee over the weekend.

He took advantage of the Big Ten’s return to bet on Purdue’s first game of the season.

McAfee releases his college football picks every week on College GameDay.

Pat’s college Picks went 2-1 this time around, bringing his overall college record up to 12-9 for the season.

Iowa Hawkeyes vs. Purdue Boilermakers

Pat’s Pick: Iowa -3.5

Pat’s Explanation:

“HAMMER Iowa -3.5 strictly because they love the football over there.”

Final Score: Purdue 24, Iowa 20

Did Pat Win? No

Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Tennessee Volunteers

Pat’s Pick: Alabama -21.5

Final Score: Alabama 48, Tennessee 17

Did Pat Win? Yes

Coastal Carolina Chanticleers vs. Georgia Southern Eagles

Pat’s Pick: Coastal Carolina -5.5

Pat’s Explanation:

“I once bet against them. I’ll never do it again.”

Final Score: Coastal Carolina 28, Georgia Southern 14

Did Pat Win? Yes

Pat McAfee’s new betting record

McAfee needed a good weekend, and his picks came through at the perfect time.

His record had been inching closer to even over the past few weeks, but he’s now firmly in the green.

McAfee’s combined record for NFL and college football betting is now 30-19.

So far, you’ve been a big winner if you’ve taken all of Pat’s Picks.

He typically does his best work when he puts out large slates of NFL picks. That was certainly the case this past weekend.

But will his record hold as the season goes on?

PlayIndiana is tracking Pat’s Picks all season long, so check back in to see how things are going.

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