Yesterday’s Cash with the Flash Best Bets finished at 2-1 on the day. The Minnesota Twins wrecked a nice Wednesday for us but that’s what sometimes happens when chasing MLB underdogs. The 2-1 day raises our record here at Cash with the Flash Best Bets to 35-14 which isn’t too shabby. Had you have played each of our Cash with the Flash Best Bets you would enough to have paid for this site for the next five years. At least that’s what the founder says.
We had a nice run at the U.S. Open and Cash with the Flash Best Bets is going to continue touting tennis matches right up until the season ends in November.
In addition to this daily column, over the next few days and weeks, you’ll be seeing plenty of Cash with the Flash Best Bets content. NCAA and NFL football are HUGE and there are zillion contests to choose from. I’m going to do my very best to tout games with the best value, but it will be up to you to decipher the information and make sound choices that you can live with.
Bankroll management is priority one in NCAA and NFL football. I can recommend games until I’m blue in the face but you’re the one who must live with your choices.
What is bankroll management?
Let’s say you have $1000 dollars in your account or bankroll. What you want to do is fix a minimum price (unit) for each game you decide to wager. A unit would generally be five or 10 percent of their bankroll so a five-unit play at five percent would be $25 bucks.
As your bankroll grows the unit price rises along with it. Conversely, a losing streak would lower the price of your unit. This way you can enjoy the winning streaks and able to survive the losing streaks.
Cash with the Flash Best Bets is here to help you find the value. What you attach to that value is ultimately up to you. We can tell you how many units we would play but you must live with the results.
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The National Football League returns tonight with the Green Bay Packers taking on the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. The Bears are favored by three at home with the total set at 46 points with some shops offering 47 points.
Chicago Bears (-3 points) over the Green Bay Packers (+3)
There was a time when betting against Aaron Rodgers as a three-point road underdog on national TV was a recipe for disaster. Rodgers has thrown more touchdowns against the Bears than he has against any other NFL team and led a come from behind Packers victory over the Bears on opening night of 2018.
The Bears defense was historically good in 2018 and led in several categories and advanced metrics. Defensive Coordinator Vic Fangio was the mastermind of that defense but left this offseason to become Head Coach of the Denver Broncos. Chicago replaced Fangio with former Indianapolis Colts Head Coach Sam Pagano but historic means historic and there’s a good chance they’ll see some regression.
The real question for Chicago is how Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky fares. Last season Pro Football Insiders ranked then second-year Trubisky #18 among starting NFL quarterbacks and the offense finished 20th with a -3.5-offensive rating. Trading away leading rusher Jordan Howard means the Bears are betting on Trubisky’s arm to lead this offense. The Bears have high hopes for Trubisky, but we’ll have to wait and see.
Green Bay and Rodgers
Head Coach Matt LaFleur is in his first full season as coach of the Packers and he inherits a first-ballot Hall of Fame quarterback in Rodgers and claims he will be calling the plays for Green Bay. Green Bay is 45-34-1 over the past five seasons, going from 12-4 in 2014 to 6-9-1 last season. Look for running back Mike Jones and wide receiver Devante Adams to play key roles for the Packers.
Rodgers played through a variety of injuries in 2018, finishing sixth amongst his peers with an 89.9 grade. Rodgers slung 25 touchdown passes with just two interceptions last season and if he can put those numbers on the board as banged up as he was, then he likely still has plenty left in the tank in his 15th season in the National Football League.
According to Football Outsiders, the 2018 Packers defense was horrible, ranking 29th in defensive DVOA and the Packers addressed that very issue this offseason. Linebacker Za’Darius Smith and outside linebacker Preston Smith both signed large contracts and the Packers have high hopes for their revamped defense.
Cash with the Flash Best Bets Pick: Chicago Bears -3 points Two Units
Three points is a very good price to pay for a team I think should be favored by more than just a field goal. The Bears defense might not be historically good from a season ago, and they might miss Fangio and defensive backs Kyle Callahan and Adrian Amos (who now plays for the Packers), but the Bears defense is still awfully good. Rodgers can beat anyone at any time but he’s going to have a tough time with the Bears front seven and the blitzing schemes that Pagano employs.
The Bears offense is still a HUGE question mark, but they should be able to do enough against an improved Green Bay defense to cover the spread. Trubisky might wind up being a game manager on Thursday and that, along with a tremendous defense playing at home, should be enough to cover the spread Thursday night.
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Phil "Cash with Flash" Naessens hosts the Phil Naessens Show and This Week in Tennis. Phil was formerly a sports handicapper of three years at Winners and Whiners, Racing Dudes, and Stat Salt. Phil’s work has been showcased on several SB Nation websites, Win Daily Sports, FanSided, BetQl, Creative Sports 2, FanTrax, Fantasy Team Advice as well as many others. In addition to his writing, Phil has been a featured guest on Sirius XM, ESPN, CBS, Fox Sports, Radio Europe, Armed Forces Radio as well as several local radio and TV spots in the Cleveland Area. Phil is a semi-retired high-performance tennis coach and still teaches at camps and clinics worldwide, including Brookwood Sports Academy in Glen Spey, New York where he is the current Director of Tennis.