Pat McAfee Has A Losing NFL Betting Record After Week 9

Posted on November 9, 2021

Pat’s Picks fell short during NFL Week 9. The full slate of Pat McAfee NFL bets went 6-8 over the weekend.

McAfee is sitting at 55-56 for the season after missing the mark over the weekend. This is the first time that his record has dipped below even since NFL Week 5.

PlayIndiana is tracking Pat’s Picks all season long, so check back in next week to see if he can reclaim his winning record.

Week 9 Pat McAfee NFL bets

McAfee bets on every NFL game each week, so it wouldn’t take much to turn his record around. He could easily end up back in positive territory if Week 10 goes well for him.

McAfee reveals his picks every week on The Pat McAfee Show.

Since he’s based in Indianapolis, he uses the same Indiana sports betting odds that every other gambler in the state uses.

However, McAfee is a FanDuel personality, so he exclusively uses the sportsbook for his picks. The rest of the gamblers out there have all sorts of legal Indiana sportsbooks to pick from.

Thursday Night Football Indianapolis Colts vs. New York Jets

If you’ve been following Pat’s Picks closely, then you’re probably familiar with his FanDuel Indiana Super Boost promotions. Those odds boosts are always same game parlay wagers for Thursday Night Football.

Unfortunately, the boosts don’t exactly have a good track record.

Week 9 is already in the books and the Thursday Night Super Boosts still don’t have a win yet this season. Parlay wagers are more difficult to hit than regular bets.

It’s gotten to the point where McAfee is retiring the Thursday Super Boosts for the rest of the season.

There won’t be any more special parlay promotions, but McAfee fans can still follow along with his regular Thursday Night Football bets.

Pat’s Pick: Colts -10.5

Final Score: Colts 45, Jets 30

Did Pat Win? Yes

Houston Texans vs. Miami Dolphins

Pat’s Pick: Texans +5.5

Final Score: Dolphins 17, Texans 9

Did Pat Win? No

Denver Broncos vs. Dallas Cowboys

Pat’s Pick: Cowboys -9.5

Final Score: Broncos 30, Cowboys 16

Did Pat Win? No

New England Patriots vs. Carolina Panthers

Pat’s Pick: Patriots -3.5

Final Score: Patriots 24, Panthers 6

Did Pat Win? Yes

Minnesota Vikings vs. Baltimore Ravens

Pat’s Pick: Ravens -6

Final Score: Ravens 34, Vikings 31

Did Pat Win? No

Cleveland Browns vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Pat’s Pick: Browns -3.5

Final Score: Browns 41, Bengals 16

Did Pat Win? Yes

Buffalo Bills vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

Pat’s Pick: Bills -14.5

Final Score: Jaguars 9, Bills 6

Did Pat Win? No

Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints

Pat’s Pick: Saints -6.5

Final Score: Falcons 27, Saints 25

Did Pat Win? No

Las Vegas Raiders vs. New York Giants

Pat’s Pick: Raiders -3.5

Final Score: Giants 23, Raiders 16

Did Pat Win? No

Los Angeles Chargers vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Pat’s Pick: Chargers -1.5

Final Score: Chargers 27, Eagles 24

Did Pat Win? Yes

Green Bay Packers vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Pat’s Pick: Packers +7.5

Final Score: Chiefs 13, Packers 7

Did Pat Win? Yes

Arizona Cardinals vs. San Fransisco 49ers

Pat’s Pick: 49ers -2

Final Score: Cardinals 31, 49ers 17

Did Pat Win? No

Sunday Night Football Tennessee Titans vs. Los Angeles Rams

Pat’s Pick: Rams -7

Final Score: Titans 28, Rams 16

Did Pat Win? No

Monday Night Football Chicago Bears vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Pat’s Pick: Bears +7

Final Score: Steelers 29, Bears 27

Did Pat Win? Yes

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