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Packers vs. Bears 2019 NFL Week 1 Odds and Analysis

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Saturday, 25 May 2019 09:41

NFL betting odds and predictionsThe Chicago Bears are four-point home faves over the Green Bay Packers, according to unibet betting site. The two mythic franchises will meet for the 199th time to kick off the NFL’s 100th season. Both teams are, however, a far cry from their glory days. In 2017-18, the Packers had their first back-to-back losing seasons since 1990-91. And missed the playoffs in consecutive seasons for the first time since 2005-06. Resultantly, former head coach Mike McCarthy fell out of favor faster than namesake Joseph following the Army–McCarthy hearings. Meanwhile, the Bears are just starting to turn their situation. Chicago had in 2018 their first winning season since 2012 and won their first division title since 2010. The Bears also made a postseason appearance for the first time in eight years.

Last Updated on Saturday, 25 May 2019 09:55
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Philadelphia Eagles at New Orleans Saints NFL Week 11 Odds

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Sunday, 18 November 2018 08:45

Philadelphia Eagles vs. New Orleans Saints football betting oddsThe New Orleans Saints are 10-point home faves against the Philadelphia Eagles, according to online sports betting sites if you want to take advante of the game and get an extra cash to bet use this pointsbet promo code. It may be closer that the best online sportsbooks make it out to be, though. “This season, there have been 10 occasions when a team has gotten embarrassed on Sunday or Monday night (embarrassed defined as losing by at least two scores),” writes Steven Jung of NBC “Teams that got blown out on Sunday or Monday night are 8-2 against the spread their next game (including two outright wins by underdogs).” The only problem with that theory is that, as Jung himself notes, the Eagles lost by just one score. For you see, Philly was embarrassed not so much by the score, but by to whom they lost. When you lose to the 2018 Dallas Cowboys, you know you’re up the creek without a paddle.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 May 2019 20:28
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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

Last Updated on Thursday, 15 November 2018 23:16
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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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