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Sunday Night Football Betting Bonus for NFL Week 2

Written by Matt Stevens   
Sunday, 20 September 2015 15:10
Seattle Seahawks against the Green Bay PackersIf you are planning in betting on the Sunday Night Football game of the NFL week 2 - Seattle Seahawks against the Green Bay Packers, here's the best deposit bonus. Click here.


Seattle Seahawks will meet the Green Bay Packers at 8:30pm EST at Lambeau Field; Green Bay, Wis. Currently betting line an total is Green Bay -3.5 / 49.0 Points.

This Sunday night Football game could be a very excitement betting game. Last time that the Seattle Seahawks meet the Green Bay Packers was during the NFC Championship game in 2014 with a score of 28-22 in a over time and the Seahawks beat the Green Bay Packers.

The Seahawks was defeated by St. Louis Rams in the NFL Week 1, in a very epic game with the score of 31-34.
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The Contenders and Pretenders in this Years NFL

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Wednesday, 09 September 2015 20:47
falcons-saintsFootball is a year-round sport now, with coverage of the draft, training camp, and off-season, it seems like it may never end. But the preseason is upon us, and the first regular season games are only a few weeks away. While everyone believes they have shot, really there are only a few teams with a legitimate chance to wind up in the Super Bowl. Let’s separate some contenders from the pretenders and look at optimal sports betting stats.

Climbing the Hill to be King

It’s always safe to assume that the last two teams to face off in the Super have a legitimate shot to get back. The patriots lost some key defensive players, and Tom Brady has seemingly been in a legal battle with the NFL since the day after the Bowl, but if there is one rule to follow, it’s never count out the Patriots. The Seahawks may have even more talent this year, and if the defense can stay healthy, along with the addition of Jimmy Graham on offense, they will be right back in the picture.

After those two, the next tier teams consist of the Green Bay Packers and the Indianapolis Colts. The Colts have been on the rise the last few years and after getting spanked by the Patriots, regardless of how inflated the footballs were, they seemingly have a score to settle and are in Super Bowl or bust mode. Green Bay as well. Coming ever so close, and already having veterans with a Super Bowl ring from a few years back, the Packers look to get back the NFC Championship. Other fringe legitimate contenders include the Denver Broncos and the Ravens.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 September 2015 20:52
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UFC Fight Night: Nelson vs. Barnett betting preview

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Thursday, 03 September 2015 21:47
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A couple of heavy-handed heavyweights headline the Fight Night 72 card in Saitama, Japan this Saturday. Roy Nelson faces former title holder Josh Barnett in what could be a slugfest. We take a look at that fight, the MMA betting lines and another main-card bout Saturday:

Roy Nelson (+195) vs. Josh Barnett (-275)

The fact that Nelson has won just one fight in his last five trips to the cage and still comes back as a small underdog is a perfect example of giving a guy a "puncher's chance". Nelson packs a wallop but his straight-forward style is getting worn out and his chin weaker with every bout. He isn't going to submit Barnett, nor will he go the distance and win on points. Betting on Nelson is a bet on the knockout.

Barnett is much slicker than his opponent, but also enters Fight Night with some damage. He suffered a KO loss to Travis Browne in December, making him 2-2 in his last four bouts. He won't just stand and trade with Nelson but he won't shy away either, using his 78-inch reach (six inches more than Nelson) to keep his dangerous opponent at a distance. Taking Nelson down can also be a challenge, and while Barnett is better on the mat he may not be able to exploit this advantage.

Gegard Mousasi (-433) vs. Uriah Hall (+308)

Mousasi is looking to get over the hump in the middleweight division with a big win Saturday. He KO'd legend Dan Henderson and scored a decision victory against Costas Philippou in his last two fights, putting himself sixth in the 185-pound division. He's a tremendous striker with fast hands and feet but he may be reluctant to stick his chin out against Hall in this matchup.

Hall has won four of his last five bouts – three of those coming via stoppage and is lone loss a split decision against Rafael Natal. He's been very busy this year, with his being his fourth fight of 2015, so there could be some wear and tear on him. Hall has excellent striking, picking up 11 of his 16 wins by way of knockout but he hasn't fought the caliber of opponents that Mousasi has.

Last Updated on Thursday, 29 October 2015 20:57
 
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