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2013 Week 1 College Football Lines – NCAA Football Week One Odds

August 27th, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2013 Week 1 College Football Lines – NCAA Football Week One Odds
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Tajh BoydThe 2013 college football odds are officially posted, and here at Bankroll Sports, we are going to be looking at some of the best games on the NCAA football lines right off the bat in Week 1 of the season.

The first day of games kicks off on Thursday night, and though there isn’t a heck of a lot on the docket of major note, the No. 6 team in the country is in action. As has almost certainly become a tradition, the South Carolina Gamecocks are going to open up on the first night of the season, this time at home against the North Carolina Tar Heels. It’s a chance for the ACC to make a big statement to the SEC, but it’s a statement that isn’t likely to be made. SEC teams have a history of destroying their ACC foes in games like this, but this time around, at least the college football point spreads are modest, as SC is favored by 11.

The mass majority of the college football odds on Thursday night are lopsided, though the one game that is a conference tussle certainly isn’t. The Ole Miss Rebels are giving just 3.5 in a very dangerous game against the Vanderbilt Commodores, who are certainly on the rise. The boys in Nashville have a lot of growing up to do in a hurry, as they have a very young team that lost a lot of pieces to the puzzle last year, and going against Head Coach Hugh Freeze and the Rebs will be no easy task.

The other showcase game of Saturday pits a pair of Beehive State foes against one another. This is as good of a chance as the Utah State Aggies have had of going into Salt Lake City and beating the Utah Utes as they have had in recent memory, and they are only 2.5-point underdogs in this one.

Friday’s relation short slate doesn’t feature much in the way of great teams that are in action either. The biggest point spread of the bunch in FBS vs. FBS games is the 32.5 that the Miami Hurricanes are giving to the Florida Atlantic Owls. There really aren’t a ton of dangerous games in the bunch, as there are only a pair of games that even pit FBS teams against each other. The other game on the Week 1 odds that will be contested between major foes is the ESPN game in the Lone Star State between the SMU Mustangs and the Texas Tech Red Raiders. This is the closest game of the night for sure, and a very talented and hyped up TT side is going to be a five-point favorite in this one.

And now, we get to the main course of the first weekend of college football action, as this first Saturday of the season pits some big time teams against one another.

The best game of the day is likely the duel between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Clemson Tigers. These two teams both have National Championship aspirations, and there is a good chance that even the loser of this one is going to be ranked in the Top 10 in the country when this game is over with. For much of the offseason, Georgia was the slight underdog to Clemson in what could be a coming out party for QB Tajh Boyd as he starts his Heisman Trophy campaign as a senior. However, the tide has turned in favor of QB Aaron Murray and the Bulldogs, who are laying two points in what should be a remarkable game.

Speaking of the Tide, the Alabama Crimson Tide are starting their National Championship defense in style as well. They’re going to be playing against the Virginia Tech Hokies on a neutral field. The game won’t be the easiest, but regardless of who Alabama has been playing out of conference of late, the results haven’t been pretty for the opposition. Ask Penn State what it thought of its two-game series with the Tide. V-Tech has already learned the hard way that Alabama is obviously legit, and the idea of the Hokies challenging in this one as 18.5-point underdogs is difficult to fathom.

The LSU Tigers are the third SEC team taking on a legit foe in Week 1 of the campaign. The Bayou Bengals are playing in the only other Top 25 clash against the TCU Horned Frogs in Arlington in what could feel like a little bit of a home field advantage for TCU. Expect there to be a lot of defense in this game for sure, as both of these teams ratchet up the pressure on the opposition quite a bit. LSU is favored by four points, but it seems to be a tenuous NCAA football point spread to say the least.

As always, there are a share of stinkers that are out there as well, many of which pit FBS teams up against significantly weaker FCS teams. The biggest favorite of the bunch are not surprisingly the Oregon Ducks, who run up the score on everyone that they can. They’ve got nine touchdowns to cover against the Nicholls State Colonels in the first game of the year, and that makes the Quack Attack the biggest favorites of the weekend.

BetOnline FootballThat said, Oregon isn’t the only team that is favored by ridiculously huge margins. Just in FBS vs. FBS games alone, we have spreads of 44.5 (Wisconsin over Massachusetts), 35.5 (Ohio State over Buffalo), 30 (Notre Dame over Temple), 42 (Texas over New Mexico State) and 28 (Nebraska over Wyoming).

Totals in Week 1 are relatively low as they usually are, but there are some that stand out for sure. As we already mentioned in that Clemson/Georgia game, there is a huge emphasis put on points in this one. Both Boyd and Murray have the ability to get the ball up the field in a hurry. That’s why this game features the highest total of the weekend at 72.5. No other game tops 70, though by the time the Miami Redhawks and the Marshall Thundering Herd kick it off, they might ultimately get there.

On the other end of the spectrum, there aren’t any games in Week 1 that feature totals in the 30s quite yet, though we do know that there are plenty of games that will end as such. The 45.5 in the Alabama/Virginia Tech game is easily the lowest of the weekend.

However, we’re not done yet! As we move forward to Sunday and Monday, there are still college football games on the schedule to talk about!

On Sunday, the Louisville Cardinals have a trickier-than-it-seems battle with the Ohio Bobcats. The Bobcats are no joke, and they have beaten their share of big time teams in the past. They’re getting 20.5 in this one, and an upset in this game would immediately permanently derail any National Championship hopes that the newly formed AAC favorites have. Elsewhere on Sunday, the Colorado State Rams are favored by 2.5 over the Colorado Buffaloes in one of the most underwhelming instate rivalries that we have in college football.

As has become a tradition, Monday Night Football on Labor Day pits a pair of teams from the ACC against each other. This year though, we have a newcomer to the scene, as the Pitt Panthers are going to be flying the ACC flag for the first time in this home game at Heinz Field. The competition really couldn’t get much tougher though, as they are welcoming in the Florida State Seminoles. The Noles are going to be debuting QB Jameis Winston in this one, the man that could be the next coming of QB Johnny Manziel, and they are giving 10. This is a dangerous game for FSU though, as the Seminoles have a history of punting away games like this which they seem to have no business doing.

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Week 1 NCAA Football Betting Lines for Thursday, 8/29/13
133 North Carolina Tar Heels +12
134 South Carolina Gamecocks -12
Over/Under 56.5

135 UNLV Runnin’ Rebels +14
136 Minnesota Golden Gophers -14
Over/Under 51

137 Tulsa Golden Hurricane +3.5
138 Bowling Green Falcons -3.5
Over/Under 48

139 Akron Zips +22.5
140 UCF Knights -22.5
Over/Under 55

141 Utah State Aggies +2.5
142 Utah Utes -2.5
Over/Under 51

143 Ole Miss Rebels -3.5
144 Vanderbilt Commodores +3.5
Over/Under 53

145 Rutgers Scarlet Knights +10.5
146 Fresno State Bulldogs -10.5
Over/Under 54.5

147 USC Trojans -22.5
148 Hawaii Warriors +22.5
Over/Under 53.5

301 Liberty Flames +16.5
302 Kent State Golden Flashes -16.5

303 Presbyterian Blue Hose +38
304 Wake Forest Demon Deacons -38

305 Indiana State Sycamores +24.5
306 Indiana Hoosiers -24.5

307 Illinois State Redbirds +12
308 Ball State Cardinals -12

309 Southern Utah Thunderbirds +15
310 South Alabama Jaguars -15

311 Towson Tigers +16.5
312 Connecticut Huskies -16.5

313 Western Carolina Catamounts +32
314 Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders -32

315 Jackson State Tigers +26
316 Tulane Green Wave -26

317 Sacramento State Hornets +20
318 San Jose State Spartans -20

College Football Lines for Week 1 for Friday, 8/30/13
149 Western Michigan Broncos +27.5
150 Michigan State Spartans -27.5
Over/Under 44.5

151 Florida Atlantic Owls +32
152 Miami Hurricanes -32
Over/Under 54

153 Texas Tech Red Raiders -5.5
154 SMU Mustangs +5.5
Over/Under 59

319 Samford Bulldogs -9
320 Georgia State Panthers +9

321 Morgan State Bears +32
322 Army Black Knights -32

323 Southern Jaguars +40
324 Houston Cougars -40

325 North Dakota State Bison +13
326 Kansas State Wildcats -13

327 Northern Arizona Lumberjacks +35
328 Arizona Wildcats -35

NCAA Football Week 1 Odds for Saturday, 8/31/13
155 Massachusetts Minutemen +44.5
156 Wisconsin Badgers -44.5
Over/Under 52.5

157 Central Michigan Chippewas +31.5
158 Michigan Wolverines -31.5
Over/Under 52.5

159 Buffalo Bulls +35
160 Ohio State Buckeyes -35
Over/Under 56

161 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs +14
162 NC State Wolfpack -14
Over/Under 62.5

163 Florida International Golden Panthers +21.5
164 Maryland Terrapins -21.
Over/Under 49.5

165 Northern Illinois Huskies +3
166 Iowa Hawkeyes -3
Over/Under 53.5

167 Temple Owls +29.5
168 Notre Dame Fighting Irish -29.5
Over/Under 52.5

169 BYU Cougars -1
170 Virginia Cavaliers +1
Over/Under 50

171 Alabama Crimson Tide -19
172 Virginia Tech Hokies +19
Over/Under 45.5

173 UAB Blazers +3.5
174 Troy Trojans -3.5
Over/Under 63

175 Purdue Boilermakers +10.5
176 Cincinnati Bearcats -10.5
Over/Under 50.5

177 Kentucky Wildcats -4.5
178 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers +4.5
Over/Under 57

179 Miami Redhawks +19.5
180 Marshall Thundering Herd -19.5
Over/Under 68.5

181 Mississippi State Bulldogs +12.5
182 Oklahoma State Cowboys -12.5
Over/Under 60

183 Louisiana Monroe Warhawks +21.5
184 Oklahoma Sooners -21.5
Over/Under 60

185 Texas State Bobcats +8.5
186 Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles -8.5
Over/Under 55.5

187 New Mexico State Aggies +42.5
188 Texas Longhorns -42.5
Over/Under 57.5

189 Rice Owls OTB
190 Texas A&M Aggies OTB
Over/Under OTB

191 Toledo Rockets +23.5
192 Florida Gators -23.5
Over/Under 57

193 Louisiana Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns +10.5
194 Arkansas Razorbacks -10.5
Over/Under 59

195 Washington State Cougars +16
196 Auburn Tigers -16
Over/Under 59

197 Idaho Vandals +15
198 North Texas Mean Green -15
Over/Under 56.5

199 Penn State Nittany Lions -8
200 Syracuse Orange +8
Over/Under 51.5

201 Wyoming Cowboys +29
202 Nebraska Cornhuskers -29
Over/Under 65

203 Texas San Antonio Roadrunners +3
204 New Mexico Lobos -3
Over/Under 56

205 Georgia Bulldogs -1.5
206 Clemson Tigers +1.5
Over/Under 72

207 LSU Tigers -4.5
208 TCU Horned Frogs +4.5
Over/Under 50

209 Boise State Broncos +3.5
210 Washington Huskies -3.5
Over/Under 52

211 Nevada Wolf Pack +20.5
212 UCLA Bruins -20.5
Over/Under 65.5

213 Northwestern Wildcats -5.5
214 Cal Golden Bears +5.5
Over/Under 58

329 Southern Illinois Salukis +15.5
330 Illinois Fighting Illini -15.5

331 Elon Phoenix +46
332 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets -46

333 Villanova Wildcats +16.5
334 Boston College Eagles -16.5

335 William & Mary Tribe +32
336 West Virginia Mountaineers -32

337 Murray State Racers +37.5
338 Missouri Tigers -37.5

339 Colgate Raiders +27
340 Air Force Falcons -27

341 North Carolina Central Eagles +33
342 Duke Blue Devils -33

343 Nicholls State Colonels +59
344 Oregon Ducks -59

345 Eastern Washington Eagles +27
346 Oregon State Beavers -27

347 Howard Bison +19
348 Eastern Michigan Eagles -19

349 McNeese State Cowboys +20
350 South Florida Bulls -20

351 Old Dominion Monarchs +14.5
352 East Carolina Pirates -14.5

353 Arkansas Pine Bluff Golden Lions +26.5
354 Arkansas State Red Wolves -26.5

355 Austin Peay Governors +50.5
356 Tennessee Volunteers -50.5

357 Wofford Terriers +28.5
358 Baylor Bears -28.5

359 Northern Iowa Panthers +11.5
360 Iowa State Cyclones -11.5

361 Eastern Illinois Panthers +15
362 San Diego State Aztecs -15

Week 1 NCAA Football Odds for Sunday, 9/1/13
215 Ohio Bobcats +20
216 Louisville Cardinals -20
Over/Under 58

217 Colorado Buffaloes +3
218 Colorado State Rams -3
Over/Under 49

Week 1 College Football Odds for Monday, 9/2/13
219 Florida State Seminoles -10.5
220 Pittsburgh Panthers +10.5
Over/Under 49

2013 AFC East Preview & Picks – Odds To Win AFC East

August 20th, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2013 AFC East Preview & Picks – Odds To Win AFC East
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AFC EastThe AFC East has belonged to the New England Patriots over the course of the last several years, and that seems to be the case once again this year. Our summer continues with an AFC East preview, as we look at all of the odds to win the AFC East for four teams in this grouping.

The New England Patriots (AFC East Odds: 1 to 5 SportBet Sportsbook) are once again the bona fide favorites to walk away with this division. We do think that the Pats are one of the best teams in the league, but we think that this is just as much a case of a team being in a bad division as much as anything else. There simply aren’t any challengers for the Brady Bunch, and for as long as QB Tom Brady stays healthy, this is going to be one of the best teams in football. Some are going to cringe at the idea of losing WR Wes Welker, who has had the most catches seemingly every year for the Pats for the last half decade. However, WR Danny Amendola was looked upon as “Wes Welker Jr.” for years and years with the St. Louis Rams, except he was dealing with #1: Injuries and #2: Sam Bradford at quarterback, a combination that has limited him. The defense for New England held teams under 21 points per game last season, and this is the unit that is really going to make the difference for this team when push comes to shove as we see it.

There really isn’t much of a shot for anyone else in the AFC East, but at least the Miami Dolphins (Odds To Win AFC East: 5 to 1 SportBet Sportsbook) seem to have a chance to get the job done to get into the playoffs. This was a team that was the butt of every joke two seasons ago, and even going into last year, there was a question as to whether QB Ryan Tannehill was going to have the ability to play in this league. Tannehill wasn’t the greatest last season, but he did prove that he can play some quarterback. The offense literally scored half the points of New England last season though, and that’s bad news going forward, especially with the best offensive weapon the team had last year, RB Reggie Bush is now gone from the team. Signing WR Mike Wallace amongst others should help at least get the team towards respectability, but we still aren’t sure that this team is amongst the best six in the AFC. There is no doubt that this is the second best team on paper in the division, though that might ultimately be the case if the team only wins six or seven games, too. Unless Tannehill turns out to be the next Tom Brady in a hurry, the Dolphins will always be second best in 2013.

The Buffalo Bills (2013 AFC East Betting Lines: 18 to 1 @ SportBet Sportsbook) released QB Ryan Fitzpatrick before the NFL Draft, and they were the one team that really didn’t have a chance to get a new quarterback to start in the offseason. QB Kevin Kolb doesn’t give us all the confidence in the world. The Bills were convinced that there were, as they put it “two men” that could be franchise quarterbacks. They took one of those men in QB EJ Manuel, and he might be handed the keys to the car right away. Florida State quarterbacks haven’t had a good history of late in the NFL though, and we aren’t all that optimistic that Manuel is going to be able to step right into the fold and win games either. There has been far too much money foolishly spent by the Bills. They might be handicapped for years to come if they can’t figure out how to get their act together and make some great draft picks. As we saw with the Seattle Seahawks last season though, it only takes the right quarterback to turn a very average team into a great team.

And now, we’re sending in the clowns. The New York Jets (NFL AFC East Division Odds: 10 to 1 SportBet Sportsbook) are the third favorites in the AFC East, not the complete underdogs, but we do think that they are finishing in the gutter in the division. The QB Tim Tebow experiment is over with, and it ended in the embarrassment of Tebow getting picked up by the Patriots, who oh by the way, are the team on the schedule in Week 2 of the season. It’s amazing that Head Coach Rex Ryan wasn’t fired for the joke of a team that he put on the field last year. QB Mark Sanchez is still probably going to be the starting quarterback in Week 1, but once again, he has another quarterback looking over his shoulder in QB Geno Smith, who was the team’s second round draft pick this year. There were plenty of good draft picks for New York this year, which might be the one thing that really saves this team going forward, but we aren’t so sure that it will make all that much of a difference when push comes to shove this year. For as long as Sanchez is the quarterback for this team, there are going to be problems.

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Field Wins AFC East -700

New York Jets Win AFC East +1000
Field Wins AFC East -1300

Buffalo Bills Win AFC East +1800
Field Wins AFC East -2500

NFL Betting Lines & Predictions: List of NFL Team Win Totals

August 20th, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on NFL Betting Lines & Predictions: List of NFL Team Win Totals
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Here at Bankroll Sports Picks, we are always looking for ways to keep you up to date and informed on all the latest NFL betting odds, predictions, and news.  Looking to beat the football betting odds this year by betting NFL team win totals???  Or, do you just want to see what your team’s 2013 NFL win total odds are; as you’re wondering how many games the oddsmakers think your favorite NFL team will win in 2013. Today, we look at the upcoming 2o12 NFL season team win totals for all 32 of the teams in the league.  We also will discuss what we think each team will need to do to get above or stay below their projected season win total.

Arizona Cardinals 2013 NFL Season Win Totals: 5.5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – Head Coach Bruce Arians was a savior last season in Indianapolis. Can he do the same for the Cardinals? This feels like a relatively low number for a team that doesn’t look that bad if you take away the quarterback position. Too bad the NFC West is a nightmare to try to win games in.

Atlanta Falcons 2013 NFL Season Win Totals: 10 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – Most make the assumption that the Falcons are going to be one of the best teams in the NFC once again this season. QB Matt Ryan has really only won from the time that he has stepped on the field in Atlanta, but we aren’t sold that he is winning 11 games once again this year in what could be one of the toughest divisions in the league. There is a case for all four teams to win the NFC South for sure.

Baltimore Ravens Projected Season Win Total: 8.5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – Essentially, the oddsmakers are saying that the playoffs are more likely to go on without the Ravens this year than with them. That’s weird to say about the defending Super Bowl champs, but then again, it’s awfully odd to think that a team that just won the Super Bowl had to go through as much of an overhaul as these Ravens did.

Buffalo Bills NFL Season Win Total Preview: 6.5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – In QB EJ Manuel we trust? The Bills think that the Florida State product is going to be able to turn around the fate of this franchise in a hurry. He’d better be able to, because there are a lot of overpaid players who are underachieving elsewhere on this roster.

2013 Carolina Panthers NFL Season Win Totals: 7 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – It feels like the Panthers have an over/under of around seven wins every year. This is the season that Head Coach Ron Rivera has to finish above .500 in, or he is going to be sent packing. QB Cam Newton has a lot of pressure on his shoulders right now as well to succeed in this, his third year with the club.

Chicago Bears 2013 NFL Season Win Totals: 8.5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – QB Jay Cutler is out of excuses now. He’s got an elite receiver in WR Brandon Marshall, and he is rid of former coach Lovie Smith. Head Coach Marc Trestman is a quarterback guru, and he is surely going to be running a wide open offense this season in the Windy City. If Cutler can’t succeed now, he’s never going to.

Cincinnati Bengals Projected Season Win Total: 8.5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – The Bengals are our favorite team this year in the AFC North. Baltimore has hit the reset button and is building around QB Joe Flacco. The Steelers have sent a lot of their older players packing. Meanwhile, Cincinnati is buzzing with QB Andy Dalton and WR AJ Green as the leaders of what is turning into a pretty darn good offense. The Bengals might be set for a third straight playoff appearance this season.

Cleveland Browns NFL Team Win Total: 6 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – The oddsmakers probably have this one pegged, though we wouldn’t be all that surprised if the Browns ultimately figured out how to inch near the .500 mark this season. This defense was one of the most underappreciated in all of football in 2012, and adding LB Paul Kruger and LB/DE Barkevious Mingo is only going to help matters out.

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2013 Dallas Cowboys NFL Season Win Totals: 8.5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – Dallas is playing in the most wide open division in the game this year, as there are a ton of questions in the NFC East. The good news is that no one is going to be caught sleeping on the Redskins any longer with RG3 at the helm. It’s a make or break season for Head Coach Jason Garrett, who will probably be fired by Thanksgiving if the team isn’t competing.

Denver Broncos 2013 NFL Season Win Totals: 11.5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – QB Peyton Manning has himself a heck of an offense around him this year. WR Eric Decker, WR Demaryius Thomas, and WR Wes Welker could all be 1,000-yard receivers when it is all said and done with. The problem, if there is one, is that the defense could turn out to be a bit suspect. Still, this is a really high number, as Denver would be asked to win 12 games this year to go past its season win total.

Detroit Lions Projected Season Win Total: 8 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – Will the real Detroit Lions please stand up? The Lions of two seasons ago made the playoffs and really looked like they were going to take a jump up to the next level as one of the competing teams in the NFL. The Lions of last year though, looked a heck of a lot like the Dolphins that we are used to seeing on a regular basis.

Green Bay Packers NFL Season Win Total Preview: 10.5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – The Packers had the highest over/under in the game last year at a whopping 12, and they ended up falling short of that number by a game. The season win total is a bit more modest this time at 10.5, and we think that the rest of the NFC North is probably just a bit down from where it ended up last season. QB Aaron Rodgers and the Pack very well could be underrated.

Houston Texans 2013 NFL Season Win Total: 10.5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – The schedule is hellacious at the end of the year for Houston, so if you’re betting the over, you’d better hope that this is a team that is at least 9-3 through its first 12 games of the season. The Texans have a history of punting a few games down the stretch that they have no business punting, and that has kept them from byes in each of the last two seasons. This is only about the regular season though, and we really like the way that this team looks.

Indianapolis Colts 2013 NFL Season Win Totals: 8.5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – Last year, we had egg on our face. The Colts were only projected to win 5.5 games, and we made fun of it, thinking that it was way too high. Whoops. Indy proved us wrong, and the oddsmakers have bumped the number up to 8.5 as a result this season, one of the most dramatic jumps that any team has taken in the league. Can QB Andrew Luck avoid the sophomore slump? If he can, it’s tough to think that the Colts are going to win fewer than nine games, especially with four games coming against the Titans and Jags.

Jacksonville Jaguars Projected Season Win Total: 5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – RB Maurice Jones-Drew was nowhere to be found for most of last season, and this year, he might be over the hill. The Jags didn’t get a new quarterback, and the Blaine Gabbert/Chad Henne experiment isn’t going to work for long. The only thing that we’ll say nice about Jacksonville is that the schedule sets up nicely. That’s all that is going to keep this club anywhere near this necessary six-win mark to get to the over.

Kansas City Chiefs NFL Season Win Total Preview: 7.5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – KC was the worst team in football last season, but the whole franchise has hit the reset button. QB Matt Cassel is out. QB Alex Smith is in. Head Coach Romeo Crennel is out. Head Coach Andy Reid is in. The AFC West still stinks outside of Denver, and the wins are going to be there for the taking against some of the shoddy teams that finished in last place in the AFC divisions last season. Many think that this is the surprise team of 2013.

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2013 Miami Dolphins NFL Season Win Totals: 8 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – The Dolphins a playoff team? When you really think about it, outside of Houston, New England, and Denver, who else is guaranteed a playoff spot in 2013? Not really anyone. The Dolphins spent a lot of money in the offseason, and they are going to do what they can to try to get into the second season this year and out of that realm as one of the average teams in the league.

Minnesota Vikings 2013 NFL Season Win Totals: 7.5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – Another oops on our part from last year. The Vikings had an over/under of just six wins, and we thought there was no chance that they were going to get to seven wins. They got to 10, they reached the playoffs, and yet their season win total only inched up to 7.5. Vegas was built off of people betting the over on props like this one. We don’t see RB Adrian Peterson running for 2,000+ yards again this year, and as long as that turns out to be the case, this isn’t a .500 team.

New England Patriots Projected Season Win Total: 11.5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – The Patriots have had an odd offseason. They are going to start the season with virtually every single viable option from last year’s passing game no longer on the club for one reason or another. TE Rob Gronkowski isn’t healthy, and we don’t know when that is going to change. Still, is there anyone doubting the Brady Bunch right now? He’s still QB Tom Brady, and he still has Head Coach Bill Belichick at his disposal. We have to think that New England is at least going to threaten this 11.5-win mark.

New Orleans Saints NFL Season Win Total Preview: 9 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – The Saints were lost last season without Head Coach Sean Payton. Now, Payton is back, and he should be bringing the aggressive style back to the Bayou. QB Drew Brees had a good statistical season last year, but he just didn’t seem as effective in the clutch late in games. Expect more out of New Orleans this year.

New York Giants NFL Season Win Totals: 9 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – It almost seems like a guarantee that the Giants are going to finish somewhere between eight and 10 wins this season, and seemingly every season. This one has got some added pressure to it, knowing that the G-Men are essentially hosting the Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium. QB Eli Manning could get the job done.

New York Jets 2013 NFL Season Win Totals: 6.5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – See ya, Rex. At least Head Coach Rex Ryan was able to get rid of QB Tim Tebow in the offseason, but the bad news is that he wasn’t able to get rid of the buttfumbler himself, QB Mark Sanchez. We really think that the team should just start QB Geno Smith right now, as that might give New York the best chance to win. Don’t forget that the Jets still have the talent to have an elite level defense, too.

Oakland Raiders Projected Season Win Total: 5.5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – Oakland’s over/under was seven wins last year. When the laughter stops, we’ll continue. Is QB Matt Flynn going to be the answer to the Raiders’ woes? Somehow, we just don’t believe that this franchise is really ever going in the right direction.

Philadelphia Eagles NFL Season Win Total Preview: 7.5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – This is the biggest wild card team of the bunch this year. The Eagles have some talented pieces, though they are a bit less talented without WR Jeremy Maclin in the fold after his ACL injury. QB Michael Vick could be a perfect quarterback for Head Coach Chip Kelly’s system. Will Kelly be able to make magic in the NFL the same way that he did for all those years at Oregon? Eventually, the answer is clearly going to be yes, but in Year 1, that might be a little tough.

Pittsburgh Steelers NFL Season Win Totals: 9 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – The Pittsburgh offensive line is still so-so at best, and the team around QB Ben Roethlisberger just doesn’t look all that great. So why is Pittsburgh’s over/under nine wins this year? We think that a lot more of it has to do with the fact that they are the Steelers, so of course, they should be winning at least nine games every season. In actuality, we think this is a 7-9 team this year.

San Diego Chargers 2013 NFL Season Win Totals: 7.5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – We had the Bolts pegged last year as an under team for our season win totals, and we think that they are going to be behind the times once again in this one. Head Coach Mike McCoy might be able to bring this team to a competitive level again, but the bottom line is that this is no longer a team that is going to be able to say that it did less with more than anyone else in football. The bottom line is that most of the talent on this team is now old talent.

San Francisco 49ers Projected Season Win Total: 11.5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – When you’ve got two games against the Seahawks and your schedule starts with Green Bay, Seattle, Indy, St. Louis, and Houston, not to mention the fact that you have four East Coast trips lined up from October through December, it’s tough to want to bet over on your season win total. The Niners might be the best team in football, but they aren’t getting to 12 wins with this horrendous schedule.

Seattle Seahawks NFL Season Win Total Preview: 10.5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – A lot of the problems that the 49ers have, the Seahawks have as well. They do dodge some of the top teams that San Francisco has to play though, and that might make all the difference in the world. Seattle went a perfect 8-0 last year at home, and if QB Russell Wilson is for real, we aren’t putting it past the Seahawks to do it once again in 2013.

2013 St. Louis Rams NFL Season Win Totals: 7.5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – The Rams really had a tremendous season last year relatively speaking. Head Coach Jeff Fisher has them going in the right direction. The issue that this team has is that it just isn’t set at the quarterback position. Time has to be running out on QB Sam Bradford, and if he doesn’t prove that he was worthy of being the #1 overall pick in the NFL Draft all those years ago, he is going to have to be replaced and replaced very soon.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2013 NFL Season Win Totals: 7.5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – Tampa Bay proved to be competitive last season under rookie Head Coach Greg Schiano, and a few additions along the way on the defensive side of the ball might carry this team to the playoffs. In the end though, we know that QB Josh Freeman is going to be under the gun from the get go, and with rookie QB Mike Glennon and his big arm sitting on the sidelines and the team still featuring a ton of cap money to spend in the future, Freeman had better watch his back.

Tennessee Titans Projected Season Win Total: 6.5 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – QB Jake Locker just isn’t that good. He’s a bust who is always injured, but the team is hanging onto him due to the fact that there really aren’t many great options. This receiving corps might be one of the most underrated in football, but you’ve got to have a quarterback that can get the ball out quickly and an offensive line that can protect to make receivers mean anything. The schedule isn’t so bad in the AFC South, though.

Washington Redskins NFL Season Win Total Preview: 8 @ GT Bets Sportsbook – The Redskins made the playoffs last season under rookie QB Robert Griffin III, but he tore his ACL in the playoff game and is clearly in question for the start of the season. Still, we think that this defense is going to carry this team to at least a .500 mark this year. This win total should be at least a half game higher in our eyes than it is, even if Griffin does have some issues. We have confidence in QB Kirk Cousins as well.

2013 PGA Championship Odds, Picks, Analysis & Preview

August 5th, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in Golf / PGA Tour   Comments Off on 2013 PGA Championship Odds, Picks, Analysis & Preview
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2013 PGA Championship LogoThe 2013 PGA Championship odds are going to be challenged at the East Course of the Oak Hill Country Club starting on August 8th, as some of the best PGA expert handicappers try to beat the golf odds for this event. Join us as all of the best golfers on the planet try to claim the fourth and final major tournament title of the year in golf betting action!

Over the course of the last several years, the man that we have been waiting to bust out and become a force in the sport of golf has been Rory McIlroy (Defending PGA Championship Champion, PGA Championship Odds: 25 to 1 SportBet Sportsbook). McIlroy, to his credit, did win the PGA Championship last season, but this year has been the nightmare of all nightmares. He didn’t make the cut in his first tournament of the year at the Honda Classic, and he didn’t make the cut in the Open Championship just a few weeks ago as well. Even last week at the Bridgestone Invitational, the Northern Ireland native only managed to finish at +2, and he only had one round below par on Saturday. McIlroy hasn’t been a serious contender in an event on a Sunday since the Players Championship when he finished eighth, and he only has one Top 5 finish this year at the Valero Texas Open, a tournament which, under normal circumstances, he probably wouldn’t have played. We can’t really recommend playing McIlroy at this point, though we know that many will.

2013 PGA Championship Predictions & Info
2013 PGA Championship Dates: Thursday, August 8th – Sunday, August 11th, 2013
2013 PGA Championship Location: Oak Hill Country Club, East Course, Pittsford, NY
Defending PGA Championship Winner: Rory McIlroy
2013 PGA Championship TV Coverage – Network: TNT, CBS

Most of the bets in the PGA Championship though, are going to come in on Tiger Woods (PGA Championship Betting Odds: 3.75 to 1 @ SportBet Sportsbook). Woods is still waiting for that elusive major title, one which has gotten away from him for a half of a decade at this point. Woods did win the PGA in 2000, 2006, and 2007, so he definitely knows what he is doing at this event. That said, this is a really cheap price for a man that hasn’t won a major in quite somet ime. Tiger though, won last week at the Bridgestone Invitational going away, and he has to be poised and ready to go for this one. He was in the second to last group at the Open Championship a few weeks back, and though he didn’t win and sort of shriveled a bit on Sunday, he was still right in the thick of the fight and would have been right there had Phil Mickelson not gone on his outrageous tear on Sunday to win the event. There is going to be a point that Tiger tames the world and wins that major tournament he has craved, and this very well could be the week that happens.

List Of Past The PGA Championship Winners (Since 2000)
2012 – Rory McIlroy
2011 – Keegan Bradley
2010 – Martin Kaymer
2009 – YE Yang
2008 – Padraig Harrington
2007 – Tiger Woods
2006 – Tiger Woods
2005 – Phil Mickelson
2004 – Vijay Singh
2003 – Shaun Micheel
2002 – Rich Beem
2001 – David Toms
2000 – Tiger Woods

5DimesLee Westwood (Odds to Win PGA Championship: 30 to 1 @ SportBet Sportsbook) has never won a major tournament in his career, and he hasn’t won a single event this year on the PGA Tour calendar, but he has done a remarkable job in these majors and is certainly due. In all three of the major tournaments this year, Westwood has finished tied for 15th or better, something that hardly anyone in the world can boast. Alas, Westwood is a bit scary right now after he finished 40th at the Bridgestone Invitational last week, but in typical Westy fashion, but he finished with very consistent rounds, shooting 71, 71, 71, 72 in his four days. The truth of the matter is if he is able to keep his score right in line with the rest of the pack early in this tournament, don’t be shocked if Westwood is right there come Sunday again. This is a man that just doesn’t beat himself up on the links, and though he rarely puts together that flashy round of 63, he is a consistent golfer who is always in the thick of the fight as well.

With one major under his belt already this year, Phil Mickelson (Odds to Win The PGA Championship: 13.50 to 1 @ SportBet Sportsbook) is going to have a shot to complete the career Grand Slam in this one. It’s really hard to ignore the man they call Lefty. He won the Open Championship in Scotland, he finished second at the US Open at Medinah, and though he stunk it up at the Masters, there is no taking away what he has been able to do elsewhere this year as well. Mickelson won the Waste Management Phoenix Open by shooting -28, he finished tied for third at the Cadillac Championship, he was third at the Wells Fargo Championship and then finished tied for second at the FedEx St. Jude Classic. A 21st place finish at last week’s Bridgestone Invitational wasn’t a bad outing either considering how difficult the course was. Could Mickelson find a way to capture this crown and finish that coveted career Grand Slam? We aren’t going to count Mickelson out, especially after that huge run he went on at the end of at the British Open just a few weeks ago when virtually everyone counted him out of the running.

Betting Odds to Win PGA Championship @ Sportbet Sportsbook (as of 8/5/13):
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Tiger Woods 3.75 to 1
Phil Mickelson 13.50 to 1
Adam Scott 18 to 1
Henrik Stenson 25 to 1
Rory McIlroy 25 to 1
Brandt Snedeker 30 to 1
Justin Rose 30 to 1
Lee Westwood 30 to 1
Hunter Mahan 32 to 1
Keegan Bradley 35 to 1
Matt Kuchar 35 to 1
Dustin Johnson 40 to 1
Luke Donald 40 to 1
Jason Day 43 to 1
Jason Dufner 44 to 1
Charl Schwartzel 45 to 1
Steve Stricker 50 to 1
Bubba Watson 55 to 1
Ian Poulter 55 to 1
Zach Johnson 55 to 1
Bill Haas 60 to 1
Sergio Garcia 65 to 1
Martin Kaymer 70 to 1
Webb Simpson 70 to 1
Graeme McDowell 80 to 1
Rickie Fowler 85 to 1
Angel Cabrera 90 to 1
Ernie Els 90 to 1
Jim Furky 90 to 1
Hideki Matsuyama 110 to 1
Jordan Spieth 110 to 1
Ryan Moore 110 to 1
Billy Horschel 130 to 1
Nick Watney 130 to 1
Paul Casey 130 to 1
Harris English 145 to 1
Richard Sterne 160 to 1
Nicolas Colsaerts 165 to 1
Gary Woodland 180 to 1
Miguel Angel Jimenez 180 to 1
Tim Clark 190 to 1
Bo Van Pelt 200 to 1
Branden Grace 200 to 1
Francesco Molinari 200 to 1
Martin Laird 200 to 1
Chris Wood 225 to 1
Matteo Manassero 240 to 1
Thomas Bjorn 240 to 1
Padraig Harrington 280 to 1
Russell Henley 280 to 1
Scott Stallings 280 to 1
Geoff Ogilvy 290 to 1
Boo Weekley 300 to 1
Kyle Stanley 300 to 1
Graham Delaet 310 to 1
David Lingmerth 320 to 1
Gonzalo Fernandez Castano 320 to 1
Peter Hanson 340 to 1
Thorbjorn Olesen 340 to 1
Charley Hoffman 350 to 1
Jimmy Walker 380 to 1
Kevin Chappell 380 to 1
Michael Thompson 380 to 1
Ryan Palmer 380 to 1
John Merrick 400 to 1
KJ Choi 400 to 1
Fredrik Jacobson 420 to 1
Stewart Cink 420 to 1
Brooks Koepka 450 to 1
Carl Pettersson 450 to 1
Charles Howell III 450 to 1
George Coetzee 450 to 1
Jonas Blixt 450 to 1
Marcel Siem 450 to 1
Tommy Gainey 450 to 1
Jamie Donaldson 475 to 1
John Senden 475 to 1
Marc Leishman 475 to 1
Robert Karlsson 475 to 1
Chris Kirk 480 to 1
Rafael Cabrera Bello 480 to 1
Sang Moon Bae 480 to 1
YE Yang 480 to 1
David Lynn 500 to 1
Scott Piercy 500 to 1
Trevor Immelman 500 to 1
Chris Stroud 520 to 1
Danny Willett 520 to 1
Kevin Streelman 520 to 1
Aaron Baddeley 550 to 1
Bernd Wiesberger 550 to 1
Jason Kokrak 550 to 1
Peter Uihlein 550 to 1
Alexander Noren 580 to 1
Brendon De Jonge 580 to 1
Roberto Castro 580 to 1
Shane Lowry 580 to 1
John Huh 600 to 1
Brendan Jones 620 to 1
Joost Luiten 620 to 1
Luke Guthrie 625 to 1
Lucas Glover 630 to 1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 640 to 1
Matt Every 645 to 1
Ben Crane 650 to 1
D.A. Points 650 to 1
Ken Duke 650 to 1
Marc Warren 650 to 1
Mikko Ilonen 680 to 1
Brian Gay 700 to 1
Marcus Fraser 700 to 1
Paul Lawrie 700 to 1
David Toms 725 to 1
Davis Love III 725 to 1
Ben Curtis 730 to 1
Vijay Singh 750 to 1
Josh Teater 780 to 1
Robert Garrigus 780 to 1
Darren Clarke 790 to 1
Kevin Na 790 to 1
Kevin Stadler 800 to 1
Pablo Larrazabal 800 to 1
Ryo Ishikawa 810 to 1
Scott Jamieson 810 to 1
Retief Goosen 835 to 1
Anders Hansen 1,000 to 1
Bob Gaus 1,000 to 1
Bob Sowards 1,000 to 1
Brett Rumford 1,000 to 1
Caine Fitzgerald 1,000 to 1
Charlie Beljan 1,000 to 1
Charlie Wi 1,000 to 1
Chip Sullivan 1,000 to 1
Danny Balin 1,000 to 1
David McNabb 1,000 to 1
David Muttitt 1,000 to 1
Derek Ernst 1,000 to 1
Hiroyuki Fujita 1,000 to 1
JC Anderson 1,000 to 1
Jaco Van Zyl 1,000 to 1
Jeff Martin 1,000 to 1
Jeff Sorenson 1,000 to 1
Kirk Hanefeld 1,000 to 1
Kohki Idoki 1,000 to 1
Lee Rhind 1,000 to 1
Mark Brooks 1,000 to 1
Mark Brown 1,000 to 1
Mark Sheftic 1,000 to 1
Mike Small 1,000 to 1
Paul McGinley 1,000 to 1
Rich Beem 1,000 to 1
Richie Ramsay 1,000 to 1
Rob Labrtiz 1,000 to 1
Rod Perry 1,000 to 1
Ryan Polzin 1,000 to 1
Scott Brown 1,000 to 1
Shaun Micheel 1,000 to 1
Sonny Skinner 1,000 to 1
Stephen Gallacher 1,000 to 1
Stuart Smith 1,000 to 1
Thongchai Jaidee 1,000 to 1
Tom Watson 1,000 to 1
Woody Austin 1,000 to 1

NFL Hall of Fame Game History, 2013 Hall of Fame Game Preview

August 3rd, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on NFL Hall of Fame Game History, 2013 Hall of Fame Game Preview
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NFL Hall of Fame GameThe 2013 NFL season is upon us, and the Hall of Fame Game is what kicks it all off on Sunday night in Canton, OH, the home of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. This year, the teams that will put toe to leather to start the campaign are the Dallas Cowboys and the Miami Dolphins. But before you place a bet on Hall of Fame Game, we have everything that you’ll ever need to know covered for what should be a remarkable start to the season.

The Hall of Fame Game odds usually feature a relatively low ‘total’, and this year is no exception. Head Coach Jason Garrett for the Cowboys has already stated that he is going to be using his starters and his second stringers very little, and that means that there is going to be a very simple offensive game plan in place that will be run by third and fourth string quarterbacks. On the other side of the ball, we don’t expect to see much out of QB Ryan Tannehill either. In fact, coaches have almost always played the Hall of Fame Game relatively close to the vest offensively. We have seen some odd plays on special teams, namely an onside kick for the Indianapolis Colts to start off the season in 2008, and a fake punt by P AJ Trapasso that went for a touchdown in 2009. Aside from that though, defenses tend to rule the day, and if not for some of the shenanigans that came out on special teams in recent years, seemingly every Hall of Fame Game would fail to reach the ‘total’.


Hall of Fame Game Betting Trends (Entering 2013 Hall of Fame Game)
-The average Hall of Fame Game has reached just 32.54 points per game
-The median final score of the Hall of Fame Game is 20-10
-The most points ever scored by one team in a Hall of Fame Game is 48 (Baltimore Colts, 1964)
-Of the 49 Hall of Fame Games played, there have been six shutouts
-25.5% of all teams that played in the Hall of Fame Game have been held to single digits
-43.9% of all teams that played in the Hall of Fame Game have been held to 14 points or fewer
-21.4% of all teams that played in the Hall of Fame Game have scored more than 21 points
-8.1% of all losing teams that played in the Hall of Fame Game have scored more than 21 points
-The average number of points in the Hall of Fame Game since 2000 has been just 31.9 points per game, but only 5 of the 12 games exceeded 27 total points
-The average margin of victory in the Hall of Fame Game is 11.08 points per game
-12 of the last 17 Hall of Fame Games have ended with margins of victory of nine points or less
-The biggest ever margin of victory in the Hall of Fame Game was 38 points (Seattle Seahawks, 1984)
-20.4% of all Hall of Fame Games have been decided by three points or fewer
-Two Hall of Fame Games have ended in ties (1962, 1980)

Hall of Fame Game Results
2012 – New Orleans Saints 17 – Arizona Cardinals 10
2011 – No Game
2010 – Dallas Cowboys 16 – Cincinnati Bengals 7
2009 – Tennesse Titans 21 – Buffalo Bills 18
2008 – Washington Redskins 30 – Indianapolis Colts 16
2007 – Pittsburgh Steelers 20 – New Orleans Saints 7
2006 – Oakland Raiders 16 – Philadelphia Eagles 10
2005 – Chicago Bears 27 – Miami Dolphins 24
2004 – Washington Redskins 20 – Denver Broncos 17
2003 – Kansas City Chiefs 9 – Green Bay Packers 0
2002 – New York Giants 34 – Houston Texans 17
2001 – St. Louis Rams 17 – Miami Dolphins 10
2000 – New England Patriots 20 – San Francisco 49ers 0
1999 – Cleveland Browns 20 – Dallas Cowboys 17 (OT)
1998 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers 30 – Pittsburgh Steelers 6
1997 – Minnesota Vikings 28 – Seattle Seahawks 26
1996 – Indianapolis Colts 10 – New Orleans Saints 3
1995 – Carolina Panthers 20 – Jacksonville Jaguars 14
1994 – Atlanta Falcons 21 – San Diego Chargers 7
1993 – Los Angeles Raiders 19 – Green Bay Packers 3
1992 – New York Jets 41 – Philadelphia Eagles 14
1991 – Detroit Lions 14 – Denver Broncos 3
1990 – Chicago Bears 13 – Cleveland Browns 0
1989 – Washington Redskins 31 – Buffalo Bills 6
1988 – Cincinnati Bengals 14 – Los Angeles Rams 7
1987 – San Francisco 49ers 20 – Kansas City Chiefs 7
1986 – New England Patriots 21 – St. Louis Cardinals 16
1985 – New York Giants 21 – Houston Oilers 20
1984 – Seattle Seahawks 38 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers 0
1983 – Pittsburgh Steelers 27 – New Orleans Saints 14
1982 – Minnesota Vikings 30 – Baltimore Colts 14
1981 – Cleveland Browns 24 – Atlanta Falcons 10
1980 – Green Bay Packers 0 – San Diego Chargers 0
1979 – Oakland Raiders 20 – Dallas Cowboys 13
1978 – Philadelphia Eagles 17 – Miami Dolphins 3
1977 – Chicago Bears 20 – New York Jets 6
1976 – Denver Broncos 10 – Detroit Lions 7
1975 – Washington Redskins 17 – Cincinnati Bengals 9
1974 – St. Louis Cardinals 21 – Buffalo Bills 13
1973 – San Francisco 49ers 20 – New England Patriots 7
1972 – Kansas City Chiefs 23 – New York Giants 17
1971 – Los Angeles Rams 17 – Houston Oilers 6
1970 – New Orelans Saints 14 – Minnesota Vikings 13
1969 – Green Bay Packers 38 – Atlanta Falcons 24
1968 – Chicago Bears 30 – Dallas Cowboys 24
1967 – Philadelphia Eagles 28 – Cleveland Browns 13
1966 – No Game
1965 – Washington Redskins 20 – Detroit Lions 3
1964 – Baltimore Colts 48 – Pittsburgh Steelers 17
1963 – Pittsburgh Steelers 16 – Cleveland Browns 7
1962 – New York Giants 21 – St. Louis Cardinals 21