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Week 3 NFL Odds – Washington Redskins at New York Giants

Written by Matt Stevens   
Saturday, 24 September 2016 20:32

giants-saintsThe New York Giants are favored at home on Sunday as they host the Washington Redskins in an NFC East matchup. The Redskins come into this game at 0-2 while the Giants are 2-0. Only one team since 1998 has made the playoffs after starting 0-3 so you can pretty much call this a must-win game for the Redskins. The Giants are listed as 4.5 point home favorites at online sports books. Let's look at the contest and Week 3 NFL predictions.

Week 3 NFL Odds (Provided by

New York Giants -4.5, total 47

Beckham vs. Norman Again

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How to Bet Super Bowl 50

Written by John H   
Saturday, 06 February 2016 18:09

Carolina Panthers vs. Denver Broncos Guide to Bet on the Super BowlWithout a doubt, the Super Bowl is the number one wagering sporting event in the world. In Las Vegas alone, it is estimated that sports books took in a record $119 million in wagers on the game and proposition bets in 2015. If one includes all the money wagered through online sports books and illegally, the number could have easily been $500 million.

While this year's matchup features two small market teams, the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos, the possibility of Broncos QB Peyton Manning playing his last game as a professional should be enough to keep interest in the game at a high level. Here's a look at the game and a subsequent look at some proposition bets that might be worth considering.

The Game

Currently, the Panthers are favored at -6 with the over/under set at 45. This will be the first trip to the Super Bowl for the Panthers. They are coming off of a tremendous regular season (15-1) while making rather short work of its NFC playoff opponents with a 31-24 victory over the Seattle Seahawks and a dominant win over the Arizona Cardinals 49-15. Carolina's offense was arguably one of the best in the league, averaging just over 31 PPG and increasing that total in the playoffs. They are led by MVP candidate QB Cam Newton who accounted for over 4,400 yards of offense and 45 touchdowns. While the offense garnered all the glory, the defense was more than respectable, ending up ranked #6 in the league for both points allowed per game (19.3) and yards per game with 322.9.

You can't talk about the Broncos without mentioning Manning. As the NFL's all-time leading passer in both yards and touchdowns, you can't help but respect him for his accomplishments. That said, this was a difficult season for the future Hall of Famer. Aside from missing six games due to injury, he only threw for a little over 2,200 yards with a dismal 9 touchdowns and 17 interceptions. As a result of his ineffectiveness, the offense finished middle of the pack in most categories. The good news is Denver's defense was the best in the league, allowing just 283.1 yards per game. They managed to keep games close enough for the offense to invent ways to win.

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Super Bowl 50 Initial Odds: Broncos vs. Panthers

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Monday, 25 January 2016 23:44

Super Bowl 50 Initial Odds: Broncos vs. PanthersInitial odds posted by Top online Sportsbooks just as both Conference Final games came to an end put the Carolina Panthers as initial favorites to beat the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50. This comes as no shock to most sports betting fans as the Panthers have displayed amazing performances throughout the season, but the Broncos aren't to be underestimated. They managed to find a way to stop Tom Brady and the Packers and prevent New England from becoming back-to-back AFC champions.

Currently the initial line reported by top online Sportsbooks have Carolina -4.5 to win the Vince Lombardi trophy. This line is very interesting indeed as this game will feature a clash of offense and defense. The Panthers led by a red-hot MVP Cam Newton, are playing some of the best offensive football in the league this season. But the same could have been said about the Patriots (when they had a full healthy roster), and the Broncos limited the mighty Patriots offense and controlled Tom Brady up to the final moments of the game. This line to the casual fan that might be more interested in the Super Bowl commercials than the actual game could be misleading.

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Which Sportsbook to use on Monday Night Football for Week 2

Written by Gaby Varji   
Monday, 21 September 2015 07:24
Best Sportsbooks to Bet on Monday Night Football If you are looking for the best online sportsbook to bet on Monday Night Football, we have the correct information for you.

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With one of the best sportsbooks platforms Bovada offers you the best of entertaiment to bet on NFL, College Football, NBA, MLB and much much more.

Another great option to play your bets and get any benefits from a top online sportsbook.

The Monday Night Football for the second week of NFL is the game between the New York Jets and the Indianapolis Colts. Will take place at Lucas Oil Stadium on Monday Night Football (8:30 PM Eastern).

The Colts are expecting to have a better game this time, they loss on week 1 against the Buffalo Bills 14-27.
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