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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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NFL Preseason Week 1 Picks!

Written by Matt Stevens   
Friday, 14 August 2015 06:50
nfl-betting-oddsFinally The NFL is back! Well, at least some preseason games so we can start our gears and get ready for what promises to be a very interesting and exciting season. And just like the NFL teams are starting to see some action, so are the online betting players looking to start making laying some wagers of the upcoming games.

This weekend we’ll be having several games that will show the world what we can expect to see in the upcoming season, however that will not keep us from providing our readers with some sport betting tips for this week’s games.

The way to approach wagering on the first week of the preseason is to play it safe and rely on the favorites, however there could be some surprises here and there that could very well.

Here are some sport betting tips that for this first week of the NFL Preseason.

According to the odds the San Diego Chargers are the favorites in their matchup against the Dallas Cowboys. Regardless of the recent reports or inner turmoil in the Cowboys camp, there is no question regarding their talent. The Cowboys have big expectations coming into this season, hoping to surpass what was a good season. We see the Cowboys edging this game by a short margin of perhaps 3 points.
Last Updated on Thursday, 03 September 2015 21:55
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NFL Week 1 betting lookahead

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Tuesday, 28 July 2015 18:58
nfl-betting-oddsSpread and totals for Week 1 of the NFL season have been on the board since the spring, and while 99 percent of the total handle of those games will show up in September there has been some early action dictating line moves in the middle of July. Here are three Week 1 sports betting picks in which oddsmakers have already adjusted off the opening lines:

Pittsburgh Steelers at New England Patriots (OTB)

The defending Super Bowl champs opened as big as 6-point favorites in this Thursday night season opener at home to the Steelers. But since Tom Brady’s “Deflategate” suspension – and pending appeal – books trimmed this matchup as low as Pats +1 before taking action on New England. With Brady’s fate expected to be announced any day now, this Week 1 game is either sitting at Patriots -3 or it’s not even on the board.

Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears (+5.5)

This classic NFC North rivalry highlights Week 1 with plenty of eyeballs on the Bears and their new coaching staff. Chicago opened as low as +4.5 but that spread has climbed a full point with early money siding with the road team. The Bears have a lot riding on rookie receiver Kevin White and hope Alshon Jeffery can emerge as a true No. 1 option, now that Brandon Marshall is gone. Add to that a new playbook and it looks like football bettors see growing pains in the Windy City in Week 1.

Cleveland Browns at New York Jets (-3)
Last Updated on Thursday, 06 August 2015 17:58
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Early Odds for Super Bowl 50

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Wednesday, 22 July 2015 22:05
football_moneyThe NFL is gearing up to a brand new season. While it might be a long road until the Super Bowl, there are several teams that are looking as strong contenders to reach the final and most important game of the season. This offseason there were important changes throughout the league and there has been some teams that have made some important adjustments in order to seek reaching the post season. Let’s take a look on the teams that are shaping up to be the top contenders to winning the World Championship.

For sites like, perhaps the team to beat will be the reigning World Champs New England Patriots. Looking to repeat their Super Bowl Championship, Bill Belichick has kept a team that is competitive enough and can prove to be a real obstacle for the rest of the NFL. The will, however, have to face Tom Brady’s suspension for “Deflategate” and his absence could put at risk their regular season, but even without their star QB, the Pats are almost a sure fire bet to make it to the post season.

Perhaps the other team that could very well reach the Super Bowl, is the Seattle Seahawks. The possibility of a rematch of Super Bowl XLIX at this point in the offseason is looking quite strong. Considering the fact that the Seahawks have kept the majority of their team, and specially their defensive line, they are the favorite team to join the Patriots in the Super Bowl.
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