NFL Week 10 2014 Betting Tips

November 9, 2014 at 10:15am in Featured, NFL, Opinion
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Week 8 in the NFL was not a pretty week, as I recorded a 1-3 record. I was desperately in need of having my own so called “Bye Week,” and so I obliged, (Week 9 I would have went 2-2). I am now sitting with a 15-14 overall record, and am now looking for a perfect week 10 after my bye. I will be picking three games rather than usual four, (less is more). Continue reading NFL Week 10 2014 Betting Tips »

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Cardinals vs Patriots: Week 9's prediction for the Super Bowl

All teams are now at least halfway through their season. The NFC South has no winning teams, while the AFC North has only winning teams. Star power is throwing its way around, and with a no contest plea, Adrian Peterson could be on his way back relatively soon, if Roger Goodell allows it. Only the Cardinals have just one win, while the winless Raiders are still in line for the top draft picks. Dallas is heading to London, which finally gets a pretty good team to see, but it should be a slaughter against the Jaguars. Much of the standings remain close, so let’s look at what would happen if the playoffs started as of Tuesday, November 4: Continue reading If the Playoffs Started Today – NFL Week 9 »

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When the Patriots acquired Akeem Ayers prior to the trading deadline, they were getting a player that had shown pass rush prowess in 2012 but had disappointed in 2013 and early 2014. He had fallen out of favor with the Tennessee defensive coaches and the Patriots hoped a fresh start would help Ayers find his 2012 form. So far the move has worked out better than the Patriots had hoped.

Through two games, Ayers has two sacks and has been on the field in critical situations. His biggest play was a second quarter sack of Peyton Manning against Denver. It was a fourth and six play with Denver driving. Prior to the snap, the Patriots showed blitz but backed off when the ball was snapped leaving only three men to rush. Vince Wilfork took up two blockers and Ayers stunted around Wilfork and got a clean burst up the middle on Manning. The Patriots were able to score on their ensuing drive and did not look back, winning 43-21. Continue reading Akeem Ayers Contributing Early On With Patriots »

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Cardinals vs Broncos: Week 8's prediction for the Super Bowl

Halfway through the season, and there are still several teams that could still legitimately claim the title. One of them, Arizona, could do so in their home stadium, the first time anyone would even have the chance. Every one of the four teams in the NFC South is sub-.500. Injuries are still an issue for some teams. The trade deadline passed in relative obscurity. As always, it will be a big push to make a final run at the postseason, so let’s look at what would happen if the playoffs started as of Tuesday, October 28: Continue reading If the Playoffs Started Today – NFL Week 8 »

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2014 NFL Week 8 Betting Tips

October 23, 2014 at 6:19pm in Featured, NFL, Opinion, Top Story
Eagles vs Chargers: Week 6's prediction for the Super Bowl

Week 7 in the NFL was a rather lackluster week, as I recorded a 2-2 record last week. The Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints had no trouble covering, but that was not the same story for the New York Giants and San Francisco 49ers, as they both flamed out. I look to have a better showing in Week 8 in the NFL. My overall record for the year is currently 14-11.

Take the San Diego Chargers (+9) over the Denver Broncos.

I am not one to usually give advice about the Thursday Night game, but this is a different situation. Continue reading 2014 NFL Week 8 Betting Tips »

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Cowboys vs Broncos: Week 7's prediction for the Super Bowl

After seven weeks, both conferences have new leaders. Multiple division leaders are starting to slip, while other teams are responding by making a move in the standings. Defending champion Seattle lost their second straight game, getting upset by special teams trickery in St Louis. The Jaguars finally got a win, leaving Oakland as the lone winless team. With plenty going on in late October, let’s look at what would happen if the playoffs started as of Tuesday, October 21: Continue reading If the Playoffs Started Today – NFL Week 7 »

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NFL Week 7 Betting Tips

October 19, 2014 at 11:00am in NFL, Opinion

It looked like it was going to be another tough day at the office, after the Houston Texans kicked off week 6 in the NFL with a tough 33-28 loss. Fortunately, my other three picks in the Indianapolis Colts, Carolina Panthers and Dallas Cowboys all covered easily. My overall record this year is now looking a little better at 12-9, and we look to keep the trend of winning alive.

Take the New York Giants (+5) over the Dallas Cowboys.
Last week these two teams could not have been a part of two completely opposite games. The Cowboys traveled to Seattle and came out with a 27-24 victory; to give the Seahawks their first home loss in over two years. The Giants, who came into last week as one of the hottest teams in the NFL winning three games in arrow, got thumped by NFC East rival the Philadelphia Eagles 28-0. The Giants will rebound in their second consecutive NFC East matchup, after being thoroughly embarrassed one week ago. The Cowboys are going to still be riding high after getting a road win in the toughest environment in the entire NFL. The Giants are going to upset the Cowboys 30-21.

Take the New Orleans Saints (+2) over the Detroit Lions
The Saints are 0-3 playing on the road this season with losses to the Cowboys, Atlanta Falcons and the Cleveland Browns. Two things that will be going in favor of the Saints are they are coming off a bye week, and most likely have heard they can’t win on the road for two weeks straight. New Orleans is going to come into Detroit motivated, rested, and hungry for their first road won of the season. Detroit is the No.1 ranked team in total defense, so a road win coming against the No.1 defense will send a message to every team in the NFL that the Saints are still here. The Saints and Lions will both be without one of their best players in Jimmy Graham and Calvin Johnson. New Orleans will leave Detroit capturing their first road win 27-21.

Take the Indianapolis Colts (-3) over the Cincinnati Bengals
The Colts are now one of the hottest teams in the NFL, as they have now won four games in arrow. Indianapolis last win came 10 days ago at Houston, and they are now well rested, and back at home to take on a Bengals team that have struggled mildly on defense. The Bengals gave up 37 points at home last week against the Panthers, who have an average offense at best. Life is only going to become much harder for the Bengals having to play on the road against the NFL’s league leader in passing yards in Andrew Luck. The Bengals will also be without their best player for a second straight week in arrow in A.J Green. The Colts will defeat the Bengals rather easily 31-20.

Take the San Francisco 49ers (+6.5) over the Denver Broncos
This is the marquee matchup this Sunday, and these two teams are built on different principals. The Broncos are built on their overpowering offense, and the 49ers, despite being beat up, are built on their ferocious defense. The 49ers will be missing a lot of their key players on defense, but that has been the story all year, and they still own a 4-2 record. One thing the 49ers do very well which will help their defense in stopping the Broncos is run the football and run it well. The 49ers offensively lean on their run offense, and if they can continue to run the ball well, they will keep that high powered Broncos offense on the bench. I believe the 49ers will lose the game outright, but will cover 27-24.

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