Christi Walsh: Why I’m ‘Hitting’ Bengals vs. Browns & Titans vs. Raiders

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Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr (4) hands off to running back Josh Jacobs (28).

  • Despite objections from her daughter, Christi Walsh has found two NFL games worth betting in Week 14: Bengals vs. Browns and Titans vs. Raiders.
  • Using Action Pro betting systems, Christi explains the NFL bets she making.

Being a parent is hard, especially as a stay-at-home mom. Finding time to place your bets is hard enough, forget trying to do research, track line movement and analyze historical data.

But thanks to The Action Network’s Pro Systems, I found two NFL Week 14 games to bet and, multiple times, tried to short quick videos explaining the bets and why I like them.

And as usual, our anarchist one-year-old daughter did not want to cooperate:


Here’s a quick summary of my favorite NFL Week 14 bets.

NFL Week 14 Betting Picks

Bengals-Browns (Under 42)

Late in the season, games between divisional opponents with totals of at least 40 have gone under the total 59.7% of the time since 2003.


Plus, strong winds are expected today in Cleveland, which gives another reason to like the under.

With that said, the Bengals vs. Browns total has increased from 41.5 to 42 since I made my bet, which isn’t encouraging in itself, but I’m okay with it since 42 isn’t nearly as important as 41 when betting NFL totals.


Odds as of Sunday morning and via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500.


Raiders (+3) vs. Titans

The Raiders fit the Action Pro Fade Steam Moves system which buys back NFL steam after the market has settled.

In this instance, the market quieted at Raiders +3, the most important number in NFL betting, so I grabbed Oakland at home getting a field goal.

And like I mentioned in the video, I have Darren Waller and Josh Jacobs on my fantasy football team, so why not go all in on the Raiders?

What could go wrong?

[In New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Indiana or West Virginia? Bet now at FanDuel]