By John Kaufman & Chandler Adams

NFL Betting Analysts

@ClevelandSpyder & @ChandlerAdamss

Week 14 was bizarre. It saw me post my second consecutive 3-0 week, while Chandler posted the only 0-3 week that either of us has had this year. He had two first quarter bets that were borne of very solid analysis. They just didn't go his way. If that isn't the essence of betting the NFL, I truly don't know what is.

As always, check out this week’s YouTube show** for our deep-dive analysis into our week 15 selections. This is just a summary of this week’s plays as well as a quick recap of week 14.

**We recorded this week's YouTube show on Friday, December 18. There were some technical issues to sort out, so as soon as we get those fixed we'll post the episode and link it in the paragraph above, as usual.


John’s Plays (3-0):

1. TWO-TEAM TEASER (+6, -120): WIN

-GB -2 at DET: WIN (GB 31-DET 24)

-TEN -1.5 at JAX: WIN (TEN 31-JAX 10)

2. TWO-TEAM TEASER (+6, -120): WIN

-TB -.5 vs MIN: WIN (TB 26-MIN 14)

-KC -1 at MIA: WIN (KC 33-MIA 27)

3. BUF -2 (-110) vs PIT: WIN – BUF 26-PIT 15

Chandler’s Plays (0-3):

1. TWO-TEAM TEASER (+6, -120): LOSE

-NO -1.5 at PHI: LOSE (PHI 24-NO 21)

-CLE +8.5 vs BAL: WIN (BAL 47-CLE 42)

2. KC 1st QUARTER -2.5 (-120) at MIA: LOSE (MIA 7-KC 0)

3. CAR 1st QUARTER -.5 (+100) vs DEN: LOSE (DEN 6-CAR 0)

I have included a teaser bet explanation at the end of this article, just in case you’re not familiar with that type of bet.


John: 24-18 (57.1%)

Chandler: 21-20-1 (51.2%)

Combined: 45-38-1 (53.7%)

WEEK 15:

John’s Week 15 Plays:

1. TWO-TEAM TEASER (+6, -120)

-GB -2.5 vs CAR

-BUF +.5 at DEN

2. TWO-TEAM TEASER (+6, -120)

-IND -1.5 vs HOU

-SEA -.5 at WAS

3. KC -3 (-110) at NO

Chandler’s Week 15 Plays:

1. TWO-TEAM TEASER (+6, -120)

-TB pick at ATL

-CLE pick at NYG

2. TWO-TEAM TEASER (+6, -120)

-TEN -5 vs DET

-KC +3 at NO

3. CLE 1st QUARTER -.5 (-110) at NYG

Good luck to you all this weekend!! Let’s cash some tickets!!

(TEASER BET EXPLANATION: In case you’re not familiar with a teaser, it’s a bet in which you get six points to manipulate the point spread and/or game total in a favorable direction. For example, in John’s teaser bet in week one this year, he bet the Colts and the Rams. Bet by themselves, the Colts were -8 at Jacksonville and the Rams were +3 at home against the Cowboys. However, in a teaser you get to add six points to the side of each bet you selected. Therefore, John moved the Colts down from -8 to -2, and the Rams up from +3 to +9. Teasers are great ways to manipulate lines so that they’re more favorable to you. Last, just like a parlay, teasers must include two bets or more, and you must win all the legs in the teaser to win the bet. If you lose one leg of the teaser your whole bet is busted.)

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