FOX Bet Super 6: Terry’s $1,000,000 Jackpot for NFL Week 3 Draw

Erica Renee Davis
Specially for FOX Sports

There is a song called “If I had a million dollars” by Barenaked Ladies. It’s set in the ’90s and features the band singing about all the things they’d buy if they had — well, $1,000,000. Some things on this list? House, exotic animal, Picasso.

Thirty years later, it’s your turn to sing and fantasize.

This week’s NFL Sunday Challenge jackpot is exactly $1,000,000. So, if you play the FOX Bet Super 6 NFL Sunday Challenge before the start of week three, you can hum this song all the way to the bank.

FOX Bet Super 6 is a free-to-play competition where you pick the winners of six first-place matches and winners. Get the perfect choice for all six? Then you have a chance to win part of the seven-figure jackpot.

Cha-ching.

Before you head over to the FOX Bet app to make your picks, let’s dive into our predictions for this week’s Super 6 matches.

lions @ Vikings (1 p.m. ET Sunday, FOX)

Are you ready to face off in the NFC North?

Of course we are.

The Vikings are coming off a 24-7 Monday Night Football road sweep of the Eagles. It was a game in which Kirk Cousins ​​and his offense couldn’t overcome Philly’s defense. Cousins ​​had three interceptions in prime time and completed 27 of 46 passes for just 221 yards.

On the other hand, the Lions got their first W of the year with a 36-27 win over the Commanders in Week 2. And for the first time since 1952, the Lions scored 35 or more points in three straight games.

But even though Detroit pulled off a historic victory of sorts, the Vikings have history on their side.

Since 2018, Minnesota is 14-10-1 against teams in the division. That’s good for a 56% win rate. The Lions are 2-10 against NFC North opponents since 2018 on the road. Not good for Detroit or the players who supported them in those spots.

Something else to consider. Since 2018, the Vikings are 8-5 at home against NFC North opponents.

Take advantage of the purple rain because Minnesota is about to pour it on Detroit.

Forecast:
Vikings by 8-10 points

Raiders @ Titans (1 p.m. ET Sunday, FOX)

Will the Raiders have any luck in Las Vegas when they travel to Nashville to face the Titans?

Since 2005, these two teams have met each other just eight times and tied the series 4-4. So, based on that, this game could go either way, right?

Dig a little deeper and you’ll see that Las Vegas has an edge.

Since 2015, the Raiders have dominated when facing teams from the AFC South. They have gone 8-5 in those games over the last seven years. And when Raiders quarterback Derek Carr is the road favorite as the starter, he’s 9-7.

The presence of Davante Adams on the Raiders’ roster has yet to change the rules of the game. Adams was limited to two receptions and 12 receptions in Week 2. It was his lowest total since Week 7 of 2017. But you can’t hold onto a five-time Pro Bowler for long. His downfall will be yesterday’s news after this game.

And then we have the Titans. Their Week 2 performance was — to put it nicely — lackluster.

Running back Derrick Henry had 13 carries and 25 rushing yards in the Titans’ loss on Monday night. And now they prepare to face a Raiders team that is holding teams to an average of 3.7 yards per rush attempt. If the Raiders keep this defense going, it’s going to be another tough weekend for King Henry and the Titans offense.

We’re rolling the dice in Vegas for that elusive first W.

Forecast:
Raiders by 4-5 points

Crows @ Patriots (1 p.m. ET Sunday, FOX)

We’re guessing the Ravens want every star in the Maryland sky back for the fourth quarter of their game against the Dolphins. Tua and the Fins’ late-game, 21-point fourth-quarter comeback to seal the victory should have been as shocking as it was deflating for the Ravens.

But maybe a surprising 42-38 loss in Miami will be the motivation Baltimore needs to get back on track in New England.

The Ravens currently have 3 points in this fixture at FOX Bet. This is great news for Baltimore QB Lamar Jackson. Lamar looks like he’s on a mission this year, and he’s 13-4 as a career starter when he’s the road favorite.

It’s also bad news for Mac Jones and his Pats. The QB is 2-4 as a starter in his entire career when he is the underdog.

You should also know that John Garbo brings his first game when he plays against the AFC East. He is 18-10 against opponents from the division in his head coaching career.

But you never know what tricks New England coach Bill Belichick will come up with. After all, he had a 17-14 win against the Steelers last week. However, we take Baltimore to bounce back in Week 3 with a W.

Forecast:
Ravens by 3 points

Saints @ panthers (1 p.m. ET Sunday, FOX)

Boy oh boy Baker Mayfield’s Carolina chapter started out just as we expected. And so we’re going to start with this:

Fade Baker Mayfield.

In his defense, Carolina’s weaknesses extend far beyond Baker’s mediocrity. The Panthers are currently ranked 28th in total offense. The team’s defense also ranks second to last in opponents’ rushing attempts per game and 28th in third-down conversions allowed per game.

Maybe it’s time for the Panthers to panic, but that’s a conversation for another day.

Meanwhile, here’s something more pressing to make things worse for the Panthers’ home team. The Saints have legitimately worked against Carolina for the past eight years. Since 2014, New Orleans is 10-6 against Carolina. And when the Saints hit the road against NFC South foes, they are 15-7 since 2015.

Saints are currently 3 point favorites at FOX Bet. Look for New Orleans to bounce back from last week’s loss to Tampa Bay. We like the Saints in this match, but twice as much.

Forecast:
Saints by 6 points

Eagles @ Commanders (1 p.m. ET Sunday, FOX)

Let’s talk about the evolution of Jalen Hurts. His pocket passing has improved, his decision-making has matured, and his Eagles currently boast one of the top five scoring offenses in the league. That improved Hurts was on full display in Philly’s Monday night meeting with Minnesota, a game the Eagles won 24-7.

You love to see it. Unless you are the opposing team.

Can the Commanders hold off the rushing Eagles this weekend when they host their NFC East rivals?

Judging by the way things have progressed between these two teams in recent years, it’s not.

Since 2016, the Eagles are 8-2 against Washington when they are the favorite. And against NFC East opponents, Philly is 14-10 since 2018.

Here is a snapshot of the commanders’ track record.

While Washington is 1-1 this season, the team is 8-16 against NFC East opponents since 2018. Coach Ron Rivera’s team is 3-8 when an underdog at home. The Commanders currently have 4 points on the Eagles. And they lost to Detroit 36-27.

The Washington football team is not looking good.

Forecast:
Eagles by 4-5 points

Packers @ Buccaneers (4:25 p.m. ET, Sunday, FOX)

American Game of the Week on FOX (4:25 p.m. ET on FOX and the FOX Sports app) highlights the Week 3 schedule. This game requires popcorn.

And we’re talking about a big tub of movie theater popcorn soaked in butter and salt. You can’t have anything less for the first meeting of the season between the great Aaron Rodgers and the GOAT Tom Brady.

And Brady is the GOAT for a reason. He is 123-21 as a home favorite in his career. So Tom defends the lawn at home.

And when Tom and A-Rod went head-to-head in the regular season, Timeless Tom has a 2-1 advantage. Another strength Tampa Bay has in this game is its solid defense. The Bucks’ best defense is allowing opponents to score an average of just 6.5 points per game.

Does anything work in Green Bay’s favor as they head south as 2.5 point underdogs?

Well, they do have a 7-4 record as road dogs under coach Matt LaFleur. Also, Tampa Bay wide receiver Mike Evans will be suspended after an altercation in Week 2. That means Green Bay’s defense has one less offensive threat. If Tampa Bay’s WR Julio Jones plays, it’s no secret he’s not 100%, giving Green Bay another advantage. Oh, and another Bucs player, Chris Godwin, could be out again with injury. I think it will be a game where TB12 throws and catches the ball himself.

The Bucs will have a hard time overcoming the Pack. It’s going to be close, but we’re going Cheese Heads.

Forecast:
Packers of 3

So, if you had $1,000,000, what would you do? Let us know!

Open the FOX Bet Super 6 app and make your selection before Sunday’s games start. Don’t forget to tag us on all our social media @FOXSuper6 and @EricaReneeD and show us your picks with #EricaSuper6.

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