NFL Predictions Week 5 - NFL Expert Picks This Weekend
888sport chat to NFL ambassador Osi Umenyiora about the biggest NFL games and incidents, with the two-time Super Bowl winner giving his expert insight on all things football.
One of only five British-born players to lift the Vince Lombardi Trophy, Umenyiora is in an elite category of football players from this side of the Atlantic Ocean.
Scroll down to get his expert NFL betting picks for this weekend. You can find Osi's NFL predictions & thoughts here ahead of every week of the campaign...
NFL Super Bowl Future Tip
The Kansas City Chiefs may prove a tough nut to crack in the AFC but the NFC looks wide open and it might be worth taking a chance on the LOS ANGELES RAMS.
Sean McVay’s side are an appealing price at 25/1 to lift the Vince Lombardi trophy this season but things might be about to fall into place for the NFC West giants.
Trading for Matthew Stafford was always going to be a bit of a risk but it is a high reward play if it pays off – and he could be the ideal fit in McVay’s scheme.
While the usual suspects are likely to feature prominently in the playoff shakeup, the Rams may be the team to watch as they look to secure a Super Bowl return.
NFL Team To Make The Playoffs
While some teams look certain to feature in the postseason once again, the ARIZONA CARDINALS (17/10) are tempting at a much bigger price.
Kliff Kingsbury really found his feet as an NFL head coach in 2020 and, along with young quarterback Kyler Murray, Arizona look set to improve again this year.
A favourable schedule lies ahead and a receiving corps of DeAndre Hopkins, Christian Kirk and A.J. Green should make the Cardinals one of the most exciting teams in the league.
Arizona are in a tough division but the Cardinals finished 8-8 last season and a couple more wins should be enough to clinch a playoff berth.
NFL Comeback Player Of The Year Betting
While the obvious contender is Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, it may prove prudent to look at the AFC South for this award.
The Indianapolis Colts are built to challenge and former Philadelphia Eagles star CARSON WENTZ can lead Frank Reich’s team deep into the NFL playoffs.
Wentz was widely regarded as one of the top quarterbacks in the league just two years ago and, while 2020 was undoubtedly a disappointing campaign, he retains huge upside.
He looks to have adjusted quickly to life at Lucas Oil Stadium and could be overpriced at 10/1 if he recovers from surgery on a foot injury sustained earlier this summer.
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers justified favouritism in the Super Bowl odds last season and NFL expert picks will revolve around Tom Brady and co this year.
The NFC South champions will be a popular NFL betting UK pick to retain the Vince Lombardi Trophy at the end of the 2021 NFL season.
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*Credit for the main photo belongs to Don Montague / AP Photo*
FIRST PUBLISHED: 3rd September 2020