FanDuel promo code: ‘No Sweat First Bet’ offers tantalizing boost for Thursday Night Football

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New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones (10) stands on the sidelines on an offensive drive during the second half of an NFL football game against the Chicago Bears, Monday, Oct. 24, 2022, in Foxborough, Mass. The Associated Press

Boston.com readers can snag a spectacular boost with FanDuel Sportsbook’s ‘No Sweat First Bet’ up to $1,000. Make sure to take advantage of this boost ahead of Thursday Night Football.

If you love watching Thursday Night Football, the only thing that makes it better is betting on it. Here’s a best bet idea for your FanDuel Sportsbook ‘No Sweat First Bet’ up to $1,000.

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Use ‘No Sweat First Bet’ to back Rhamondre Stevenson

This Thursday Night Football showdown between divisional rivals should be a hard-fought game. Because of that, it would be easy to understand why you might want to shy away from betting on the result of the game, so let’s look at a player prop.

FanDuel Sportsbook has a variety of great player props, but my favorite for this Thursday Night Football matchup is Rhamondre Stevenson’s receiving yards. FanDuel has the number set at 32.5, and that’s shockingly low.

Here are Stevenson’s receiving yards for the past five games: 76, 56, 10, 72, 59. The only time he fell short of 32.5 was in a game the Patriots won 26-3 over the Colts.

They never had to unleash him in the passing attack since they were in control the whole game. That won’t be the case against Buffalo.

Stevenson should slot right in that 50-80 receiving yards window, much higher than his 32.5 number. This is the perfect bet for your ‘No Sweat First Bet’ with FanDuel Sportsbook.

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