AAF odds, picks, lines, predictions, schedule, best bets for Week 3: This four-way parlay would pay 10-1
SportsLine's experts are going big for Week 3 of the Alliance of American Football
The new Alliance of American Football features just eight teams, so they'll play one another multiple times during the 10-game AAF schedule. Week 3 brings two rematches already, with the Arizona Hotshots (-4.5 in the latest AAF odds) visiting the Salt Lake Stallions on Saturday and the San Diego Fleet (-2.5) hosting the San Antonio Commanders on Sunday. Arizona beat Salt Lake 38-22 in the season opener, while San Antonio handled San Diego, 15-6. Now, the Week 1 winners are on the road in a league where home field advantage has been critical. Home teams have won six of the eight AAF games played thus far. If you really want to cash in big on Week 3 of the AAF, check out what SportsLine's No. 1 pro football expert, R.J. White, has to say. He's studied the latest AAF odds and just locked in his Week 3 AAF picks.
Over the last two years, $100 bettors who have followed White's NFL pointspread picks are up nearly $3,000. In Super Bowl LIII, White was all over the Patriots, nailing the year's biggest sporting event for the legions that follow him. White said he wouldn't trust Rams QB Jared Goff in a big spot -- and Goff's bumbling performance was key to New England's 13-3 win.
This is the same expert who cashed huge in two of the last four Las Vegas SuperContests. Now, after digesting two weeks of action in the AAF, White is ready to pounce. He locked in AAF picks against-the-spread for all four games -- and if you parlay them, you'd be looking at a strong 10-1 payout.
We can tell you White is all over the Birmingham Iron (-6.5) as they visit the 0-2 Atlanta Legends on Sunday. While this is 2-0 Birmingham's first road game, good defense travels well.
"The Iron have the best defense in the AAF right now, especially against the pass," White told SportsLine. "They've allowed just 105 and 99 passing yards in their first two games while giving up a league-low nine points. The Legends played better last week but still not all that well, and they don't have the run game to take the pressure off quarterback Matt Simms in this matchup."
In the first AAF game of the season, Simms was uninspiring, completing 15 of 28 passes for 126 yards and two picks. Last week, he was marginally better, completing 17 of 25 passes for 160 yards, one touchdown, and one interception.
White also has strong picks for Hotshots vs. Stallions, Express vs. Apollos, and Fleet vs. Commanders. He's also including a bonus best bet on one of the Over-Unders. You can only see his AAF picks and optimal parlay at SportsLine.
Who wins and covers every Week 3 AAF game? And which spreads are way off? Visit SportsLine now to see R.J. White's Week 3 AAF picks and parlay, all from the expert who keeps crushing the world's most prestigious handicapping tournament and is up nearly $3,000 on NFL spread picks the past two years.
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