In episode one, the boys review their top NFL spread picks from week two, before providing you with all their spread bet selections for week three. The biggest surprise in the first episode of the Sports Fan Journal Podcast comes courtesy of Scottish Mike. Our resident British guy and self-confessed NFL n00b managed to beat his American co-hosts 9-8 with his week two predictions.
Find out as the guys run through the full list of week three spreads, giving you their justification for their predictions in the process. You can expect cool and calculated logic analysis from Jesse, well thought out if little conspiratorial takes from Dan - and novice NFL logic from Mike that borders on being nonsensical and ridiculous.
As well as leaving this pod more informed, and (hopefully) with a better chance of pulling off your NFL spreads and props, the Sports Fan Journal Podcast should give you a laugh along the way. In future episodes, you can expect to find interviews with experts from inside both the betting and sports industries.
So be sure to give episode one a listen and keep your eyes and ears peeled for episode two!
Also, why not join in by letting us know your NFL week three spread predictions to see how yours fare up against the boys?
Lastly, the podcast will be bringing you the best weekly promotions from sportsbooks in states across the USA. This week, the boys have been highlighting the welcome risk-free bet of up to $600 with BetMGM in New Jersey and other selected states!
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