Week 2 NFL picks, best bets from a legendary expert: This three-way parlay pays 6-1
Handicapping legend Hank Goldberg just revealed his top parlay for Week 2
If you're looking for a huge payout during Week 2 of the NFL season, there's nobody better to listen to than Hammerin' Hank Goldberg. Hammer enjoyed a 17-year ESPN run in which he had only two losing seasons picking NFL games. Last year, he competed against 10 top handicappers in the Las Vegas Review-Journal's NFL Challenge and beat them all, finishing 50-29-6 against the spread. And last week at SportsLine, Goldberg crushed the books with a 6-1 mark -- his only loss coming by half-a-point. Anybody who has followed his picks has seen huge paydays.
Now Hammer, who joined SportsLine in 2018, has three best bets for Week 2. If you parlay them, it will pay out at 6-1. And he's only sharing them over at SportsLine.
One key part we can tell you: Hammer is fearlessly backing the Jets to dismantle the 1-0 Dolphins. The Jets are playing on a short week, but Goldberg knows they've been seriously undervalued by oddsmakers. In Week 1, the Jets went to Detroit as 6.5-point dogs and won by 31. The Jets typically give inspired performances at home (8-1 against-the-spread run), while Miami is a feeble road team (1-6 ATS skid).
When the Dolphins visited MetLife Stadium early last season, they lost by two touchdowns.
"The Jets were a good cover team at home last year, and they're better now," Hammer told SportsLine. "They have a very good defense and are well-coached. I think they're going to crush the Dolphins."
Goldberg also pounded another division rivalry where, he says, the home field edge is larger than the public realizes. The line on that game is way off, Hammer says, so it's a must-play for any NFL parlay.
So what are the three best bets Goldberg is confident will return a huge 6-1 payout in Week 2? Visit SportsLine now to see which division rivalry is ripe for an unexpected blowout, and see which team Vegas isn't giving enough credit to, all from the legendary handicapper coming off a 6-1 opening week.
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