Pat McAfee Goes 9-8 With Betting Picks During NFL Week 3

Posted on September 28, 2021

Pat McAfee just booked his first winning NFL betting week of the season.

Pat’s Picks went 9-8 during Week 3, which might start to turn things in the right direction. The former Indianapolis Colts punter releases his weekly picks on The Pat McAfee Show and Hammer Dahn.

Despite ending the week on top, McAfee’s overall record is sitting at 16-21, so there’s still some work left to be done.

PlayIndiana is tracking Pat’s Picks throughout the season, so check back in every week to see how his record is doing.

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This was the week that McAfee needed to set things straight. Three-consecutive outings in the red would have been a tough way to start the NFL season.

A solid showing in Week 4 could move him into positive territory now that he’s only a handful of games below water.

McAfee wagered on every Week 3 game, including a bet on the Indianapolis Colts.

FanDuel Same Game Parlay Thursday Night Football

Another week, another Same Game Parlay bet from Pat McAfee.

He is a FanDuel personality, so he gets to create a sponsored betting option for the company from time to time.

Last week’s four leg parlay bet covered the Carolina Panthers vs. the Houston Texans.

Pat’s Pick: Over 43, Panthers -7.5, Christian McCaffrey anytime first half TD scorer, McCaffrey anytime second half TD scorer

Final Score: Panthers 24, Texans 9

Did Pat Win? No. Under hits, McCaffrey exits game with injury

Las Vegas Raiders vs. Miami Dolphins

Pat’s Pick: Raiders -3.5, Over 43

Final Score: Raiders 31, Dolphins 28

Did Pat Win? 1-1. Over hits, Raiders fail to cover

Indianapolis Colts vs. Tennessee Titans

Pat’s Pick: Colts +4.5

Pat’s Explanation:

“I’ll pick the Colts but I’m not happy about it at all. I just want everybody to know that I’m not happy about it. The quarterback that’s going to be playing has two sprained ankles. It doesn’t seem like the Colts should cover this at all, especially down in Nashville. Great fanbase down there, I’m sure it’s going to be electrifying, but I’ve got the Colts just because I have to.”

Final Score: Titans 25, Colts 16

Did Pat Win? No

Atlanta Falcons vs. New York Giants

Pat’s Pick: Giants -3

Final Score: Falcons 17, Giants 14

Did Pat Win? No

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Los Angeles Chargers

Pat’s Pick: Chargers +7

Final Score: Chargers 30, Chiefs 24

Did Pat Win? Yes

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Pat’s Pick: Steelers +3

Final Score: Bengals 24, Steelers 10

Did Pat Win? No

Chicago Bears vs. Cleveland Browns

Pat’s Pick: Browns -7.5

Pat’s Explanation:

“Rookie quarterback and Browns defense is very good. Jadeveon Clowney, Myles Garrett potentially meeting at the quarterback. Browns fans in the Dawg Pound will be going bananas I believe.”

Final Score: Browns 26, Bears 6

Did Pat Win? Yes

Baltimore Ravens vs. Detroit Lions

Pat’s Pick: Ravens -7.5

Final Score: Ravens 19, Lions 17

Did Pat Win? No

New Orleans Saints vs. New England Patriots

Pat’s Pick: Patriots -3

Final Score: Saints 28, Patriots 13

Did Pat Win? No

Arizona Cardinals vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

Pat’s Pick: Cardinals -7.5

Final Score: Cardinals 31, Jaguars 19

Did Pat Win? Yes

Washington Football Team vs. Buffalo Bills

Pat’s Pick: Bills -7

Final Score: Bills 43, Football Team 21

Did Pat Win? Yes

New York Jets vs. Denver Broncos

Pat’s Pick: Broncos -10.5

Final Score: Broncos 26, Jets 0

Did Pat Win? Yes

Seattle Seahawks vs. Minnesota Vikings

Pat’s Pick: Seahawks -2.5

Final Score: Vikings 30, Seahawks 17

Did Pat Win? No

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Los Angeles Rams

Pat’s Pick: Rams +1.5

Final Score: Rams 34, Buccaneers 24

Did Pat Win? Yes

Sunday Night Football Green Bay Packers vs. San Francisco 49ers

Pat’s Pick: Packers +3

Final Score: Packers 30, 49ers 28

Did Pat Win? Yes

Monday Night Football Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys

Pat’s Pick: Cowboys -3.5

Final Score: Cowboys 41, Eagles 21

Did Pat Win? Yes

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