FOX Bet Boost: Derrick Henry to Score Touchdown and Others

FOX Bet Boost: Derrick Henry to Score Touchdown and Others
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FOX Bet is back again this weekend with a collection of odds boosts.

As with any odds boosts, this does not automatically mean we need to wager, but the enhanced odds obviously make it that much more appetizing.

 

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What’s Being Offered

For this weekend, FOX Bet Sportsbook has given us a total of five boosted odds options, with three coming from the NFL and two from college football.

Let’s look at the NFL first and see which boosted odds offers we need to take advantage of.

After this, we’ll then do the same for college football.

Sunday Boosts

  • 5x Your Money — Derrick Henry, Davante Adams and Tyreek Hill all to score TDs
  • Max Bet: $10
  • Available to players in New Jersey, Michigan, Colorado, and Pennsylvania

Given the pedigree of these three players, there’s always a good chance they find the endzone.

Derrick Henry and Tyreek Hill have missed practice late into the week, which could cast doubt on their status. But a closer look shows that Henry was out for rest, meaning he’ll be on the field against the Chiefs on Sunday. Hill was listed with an unspecified knee issue, so that, at least, is worth monitoring.

Let’s look at each players’ matchup.

Derrick Henry: Going up against the Kansas City Chiefs, Henry comes into this game with five straight games of at least 113 rushing yards and back-to-back three-touchdown games. According to Pro Football Focus, the Chiefs are the worst in the league at stopping the run. This looks like an NFL betting slam dunk.

Davante Adams: Headed into a matchup with the Washington Football Team — a secondary that gets torched every single game, Adams should see an absurd amount of targets.

Tyreek Hill: Dealing with a quad injury and now something with his knee, Hill scoring is the cog that is a bit worrisome. However, when healthy Hill has the capability to score on every play.

With a maximum bet of $10 with a chance to 5x your cash, take this bet immediately.

Lions vs. Rams

  • 6x Your Money — D’Andre Swift to Score a TD in the fourth Quarter
  • Max Bet: $25
  • Available to players in New Jersey, Michigan, Colorado, and Pennsylvania

Detroit Lions running back D’Andre Swift is prolific at finding yardage when the team is trailing.

Going against the Los Angeles Rams, it’s hard to imagine the Lions ever getting a lead. This means that we could see check-down after check-down from quarterback Jared Goff to Swift even into the fourth quarter.

Take this boost!

Eagles vs. Raiders

  • 4x Your Money — Jalen Hurts to Score a Rushing TD in the second half
  • Max Bet: $25
  • Available to players in New Jersey, Michigan, Colorado, and Pennsylvania

Coming off back-to-back games with two rushing touchdowns, this reiterates that we knew Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts is known for running the ball.

Going against the Las Vegas Raiders, this could turn into a bit of a shootout. This would usually mean throwing the ball, but Hurts is also not afraid to take off and run at will.

Based on his 10 rushes this season of 10 yards or more, a Hurts rushing touchdown in the second half is an excellent bet to take.

 

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Saturday boosts

Michigan vs. Northwestern

  • Triple Your Money — Michigan to Score 2+ Passing TDs and 2+ Rushing TDs
  • Max Bet: $25
  • Available to players in New Jersey, Michigan, Colorado, and Pennsylvania

When looking for areas for college football betting options, it's always good to have a bet that seems to weigh heavily in your favor.

According to Pro Football Focus, Northwestern ranks as the 118th defensive unit. In coverage, they rank 72nd and against the run, 177th.

So yeah, they’re not good on defense. This seems like one to jump on.

Penn State vs. Illinois

  • Double Your Money — Penn State to score points in every quarter
  • Max Bet: $25
  • Available to players in New Jersey, Michigan, Colorado, and Pennsylvania

What adds a wrinkle to this bet is if quarterback Sean Clifford will play. He left last week’s game against Iowa early because of injury. While Clifford is not exactly the next No. 1 overall pick, he’s more competent than his backup, Ta’Quan Roberson.

To be fair, Roberson had to come in relief of Clifford to face Iowa, which is no small task.

Going against Illinois, either quarterback should be able to score at will. The Illinois defense ranks 195th in run defense, something that Roberson has as part of his game.

Regardless of who plays, Illinois is not a good football team and Penn State should route them and score each quarter with ease.

Statistics courtesy of Pro Football Focus (subscription required).

 

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