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NFL Playoffs Betting Odds and Analysis

Written by Gaby Varji   
Saturday, 09 January 2010 01:01

NFL Playoffs Odds at BSN SportsHaving lost their last two regular season games, the Indianapolis Colts did not exactly come neighing to the NFL Betting playoffs.

Considering the last game they lost 30.7 to the Buffalo Bills, the Colts gave the impression of panic to reach the postseason.

But they are not. With the No. 1 seed in the AFC team involved in decisions, more focused on keeping Peyton Manning and other healthy stellar win games in which there is nothing in between, the Colts showed their true form hard losing to the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills. They have small doubts about his ability to win a second Super Bowl Odds since 2006.

"We are ready," said defensive end Raheem Brock. "We are ready to begin the playoffs and accomplish our goal of getting another ring on our fingers."
Even so, they will encounter strong opposition. The most dangerous are the fields in second place San Diego Chargers, who finished the season winning 11 straight games. That could be an argument, even though the Colts have home advantage, the Chargers are really the most formidable team in the playoffs.

The following is a list of how the AFC teams would be sorted as to how frightening could be entering the playoffs.

1. Indianapolis Colts (14-2, No. 1 seed)
How much more we need to say?, Beyond a name: Peyton Manning

He's playing the best football of his career. Breaker has multiple brands in their receivers Reggie Wayne, Dallas Clark, Pierre Garcon and Austin Cole. Their offensive line has been replenished to injury that keeps them strong. Although the Colts running the ball falter.

The defense is small, but the coordinator Larry Coyer this unit keeps playing aggressively. Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis are one of the best duos in the league. Gary Brackett and Clint Session are talented players who are often difficult to find in football. Safeties Melvin Bullitt and Antoine Bethea made a very good job with the run.

But the fact is that the Colts were so many games on their way to 14-0. I just have not been consistently dominant as the Chargers.

Fear Factor: 8.0

2. San Diego Chargers (13-3, plant No. 2)

Perhaps no other team in the league more comparable.

The Chargers have an offense that is as explosive Colts. His quarterback, Philip Rivers has played spectacularly and has been able to take advantage of the talented weapons in their possession. Have put pressure on each of his opponents quickly removing the lead by making them one dimensional teams.


If the Chargers have a weakness, it lies in the middle of the defense, which is not the same since losing to tackle Jamal Williams earlier this year with a torn triceps injury. The power running game can be successful, but they will not win in the nfl betting playoffs. Dynamic air attack is required, and the Chargers have two things to deal with whoever gives them the face.

The Colts certainly have concerns that the Chargers have missed the playoffs the past two years.

Fear Factor: 8.5

3. New England Patriots (10-6, plant No. 3)

The Patriots have plenty of concerns, including the suspicion of a severe knee injury to receiver Wes Welker suffered against Houston last Sunday.

Welker, the NFL's leading receiver, is the second most important element in the Patriots' offense behind quarterback Tom Brady. And Brady is also played in the game reports constantly appears with three broken ribs and the index finger broken throwing hand equally.

Still, the Pats are still dangerous because they have a coach like Bill Belichick and many other players who can play a post-season. That must count for something. Besides the fact that Brady has shown over the fact of knowing how to play over injuries.

The absence of Welker undoubtedly hurt, but they still have Randy Moss, who is a machine for making points. Their running game is reacting as it should at the right time, just as their defensive line. But do not generate enough pass-run game, which can be a problem if the offense can not keep a cannon duel.

Fear Factor: 7.5

4. Baltimore Ravens (9-7, seed No. 5)

The Ravens may still play a strong defense in front. Ray Lewis, heads a large group making arrests and that is capable of making big plays.

Its weakness is the secondary that allowed too many large developments, which could be an important and serious problem in post-season.

The Ravens relied heavily on their running game to beat the Oakland Raiders and secure a position as a wild-card. The Pro Bowler Ray Rice has emerged as one of the best runners in the league propulsion. Willis McGahee ran wild and goes hand in hand with Rice.

Fear Factor: 7.5

5. Cincinnati Bengals (10-6, plant No. 4)

Perhaps the players, coaches and fans who voted to the Pro Bowl Odds , something we do not know, for not sending a single player the Bengals.

The Bengals have been one of the surprise teams of 2009. Stunned his rivals in the AFC North this season sweeping. This can tell us something more from the fact that the Pittsburgh Steelers and Ravens are the teams that were a year ago, that what these Bengals.

The Bengals have been impressed by dealing with several tragedies. Cedric Benson's career has revived Cincy giving strong ground attack. But their offense remains inconsistent. And now Ochocinco is facing an injury suffered against the Jets last Sunday, a condition which does not seem serious, but will be monitored.

Leon Hall and Jonathan Joseph are good cornerbacks, but their defense fell into a deep fissure with an injured ankle that left the rookie Rey Maualuga out for the rest of the season. That makes the Bengals very vulnerable to the run.

Fear Factor: 7.0

6. New York Jets (9-7, seed No. 6)

The Jets really do not belong to the playoffs. Its performance has been poor enough to miss the post-season, but having benefited from the decision to rest half the team by the Colts and received help math, help them get to grips.

We also took advantage of the fact that the Cincinnati Bengals, with almost nothing to risk, and little inspiration in the game, they let the Jets take that last post.

The Jets defense is better positioned in the NFL Odds , which is a legitimate post-season credentials. Hurried quarterbacks well. They have positioned the running game as the best in the league.

But his rookie quarterback, Mark Sanchez pass a difficult time coping with the pressure of the postseason. Rex Ryan first-year coach seems to suffer the same fate.

Fear Factor: 6.5

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