2014 NFL Week 2 Odds – Week 2 Lines Breakdown

September 10th, 2014 by Chad A. Dawkins

Listed below you will find the complete listing of all the NFL lines for all the upcoming week 1 matchups from JustBet Sportsbook.

Thursday, September 11th

Pittsburgh at Baltimore (-3, 44.5) 8:25 PM EST CBS/NFL Network

The Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens renew one of the leagues most heated rivalries on Thursday Night Football. The Steelers are coming off a 30-27 win in week 1 over Cleveland. The Ravens are not only coming off a week 1 loss to Cincinnati, but dealing with the distraction of Ray Rice being released.

Sunday, September 14th

New England (-3, 49) at Minnesota 1:00 PM EST CBS

The New England Patriots will try to get in the win column when they travel to Minnesota to take on the Vikings. The Patriots had an uncharacteristic second half collapse, losing 33-20 in Miami. The Vikings dominated St. Louis 34-3 in week 1.

Miami (-1.5, 43) at Buffalo 1:00 PM EST CBS

The Miami Dolphins will head north to take on the Buffalo Bills in an AFC East division matchup. Both teams were victorious in week 1, with Buffalo upsetting Chicago 23-20, while the Dolphins shocked the Patriots 33-20.

Jacksonville at Washington (-6, 43.5) 1:00 PM EST CBS

The Jacksonville Jaguars and Washington Redskins will both try to get in the win column on Sunday from FedEx Field in Landover, MD. The Jaguars blew a 17 point lead in a 33-17 loss at Philadelphia, while the Redskins failed to score a touchdown against the Texans, losing 14-6.

Dallas at Tennessee (-3, 49.5) 1:00 PM EST FOX

The Tennessee Titans were one of the surprise winners in week 1, winning in Kansas City with a stellar effort on both sides of the ball. The Titans will look to build on that performance when they take on the struggling Dallas Cowboys, who looked in disarray in a 28-7 loss to San Francisco.

Arizona (-2.5, 43) at NY Giants 1:00 PM EST FOX

The Arizona Cardinals and New York Giants will take the field from MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ. Both teams will be on a short week playing on Monday night in week 1. The Cardinals edged the San Diego Chargers 18-17, while the Giants were dominated in a 35-14 loss in Detroit.

New Orleans (-6.5, 47) at Cleveland 1:00 PM EST FOX

The high octane offense of New Orleans takes on the Cleveland Browns from First Energy Stadium in Cleveland. The Browns showed a lot of fight in week 1, coming back from a 24-3 deficit, but came up short in a loss at Pittsburgh. The Saints were the team out in front, yet lost in overtime at Atlanta.

Atlanta at Cincinnati (-5, 48) 1:00 PM EST CBS

The Atlanta Falcons and Cincinnati Bengals meet in one of the better matchups in week 2. The Falcons got off to a great start grabbing a divisional win against New Orleans, while the Bengals got a big divisional road win in Baltimore.

Detroit at Carolina (N/L) 1:00 PM EST FOX

The Detroit Lions face the Carolina Panthers from Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte. This is quite the interesting matchup between one of the NFL’s top offenses against one of the league’s best defenses.

St. Louis at Tampa Bay (N/L) 4:05 PM EST FOX

The St. Louis Rams take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, FL. The Rams have their issue, which were evident in a 34-3 loss to Minnesota. The Buccaneers fell to Carolina 20-14 in Lovie Smith’s debut as head coach.

Seattle (-5.5, 44.5) at San Diego 4:05 PM EST FOX

The Seattle Seahawks head south to take on the San Diego Chargers. The Seahawks dominance at home was once again on display in week 1 with a 36-16 win over Green Bay. The Chargers weren’t able to withstand a rally by Arizona, as they lost 18-17 to the Cardinals.

Houston (-3, 39.5) at Oakland 4:25 PM EST CBS

The Houston Texans take on the Oakland Raiders from the O.Co Coliseum in Oakland. The Texans got head coach Bill O’Brien his first NFL win in week 1. The Raiders fell to the Jets 19-14, yet saw a lot of positives in rookie Derek Carr’s performance.

NY Jets at Green Bay (-8, 46) 4:25 PM EST CBS

The Green Bay Packers take on the New York Jets from Lambeau Field in Green Bay. The Packers will be playing on 9 days’ rest, after losing to Seattle on opening night. The Jets picked up a win at home against Oakland in week 1.

Kansas City (-12.5, 51.5) at Denver 4:25 PM EST CBS

The Kansas City Chiefs take on the Denver Broncos in an AFC West divisional game. The Broncos held off the Indianapolis Colts last Sunday night, 31-24. The Chiefs had a tough go of it, losing at home to Tennessee 26-10.

Chicago at San Francisco (-7, 48.5) 8:30 PM EST NBC

The 0-1 Chicago Bears take on the San Francisco from brand new Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA. The Bears remember the last time they played the Niners; it was the start of the Colin Kaepernick era which resulted in a San Francisco win.

Monday, September 15th

Philadelphia at Indianapolis (-3, 53.5) 8:30 PM EST ESPN

The high octane offense of the Philadelphia Eagles take on Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts on Monday night football. The Eagles had a rough start but still came out victorious over Jacksonville. The Colts came up short in Denver on Sunday night, losing 31-24.


2014 NCAAFB Week 2 Line Breakdown

September 2nd, 2014 by Chad A. Dawkins

Week 2 of the 2014 college football season is upon us. Here are some of the marquee matchups and the lines for the upcoming weekend of action, courtesy of JustBet Sportsbook. All NCAA football bettors and sports fans will get their fill of quality action this weekend as there are quite a few interesting matchups on tap.

 

Thursday, September 4th

Arizona (-7) at TX-San Antonio 8:00 PM EST

The Texas-San Antonio Road Runners will look to build on their 27-7 win at Houston last weekend as they host the Arizona Wildcats. The Road Runners surprised many beating the Cougars as 10 point underdogs. Arizona took care of business last weekend, destroying UNLV 58-13.

Friday, September 5th

Pittsburgh (-4.5) at Boston College 7:00 pm EST

The Pitt Panthers and Boston College Eagles open up ACC Conferenceplay on Friday night. Both teams had easy wins in week 1. Boston College defeated UMass 30-7, while Pitt destroyed Delaware 62-0. This will mark the first time these schools have met in ACC play, and the first time they’ve faced each other since 2004, a 20-17 Pitt victory.

Saturday, September 6th

#4 Oklahoma (-24) at Tulsa 12:00 pm EST

The #4 ranked Oklahoma Sooners will travel to Tulsa to take on the Golden Hurricane. The Sooners took care of business last week, as the defense put forth a dominating effort in a 48-16 win. Tulsa got some revenge against Tulane, winning 38-31 in double overtime in what was one of the more entertaining games of week 1.

Florida Atlantic at #2 Alabama (-41) 12:00PM EST 

The Alabama Crimson Tide will take on Florida Atlantic in their home opener.  Alabama had their hands full with West Virginia, winning 33-23. Florida Atlantic was not as successful last weekend, losing at Nebraska 55-7, where they only registered 13 first downs against the Cornhuskers.

#15 USC at #11 Stanford (-3.5) 3:30 PM EST

The #15 USC Trojans take on the #11 Stanford Cardinal in what will be a pivotal matchup in the PAC-12. Stanford has beaten USC in 5 of the last 7 meetings. With Steve Sarkisian at the helm for Stanford, it can only make this rivalry even better. Both teams won their week 1 games rather easily, with Stanford defeating UC-Davis 45-0, and USC defeating Fresno State 52-13. USC unveiled a new up-tempo offense last week, but Stanford’s defense has been known to deal with it quite well in the past. This should be a great matchup.

#8 Michigan State at #3 Oregon (-13) 7:30 PM EST

A fast paced up-tempo offense takes on one of the better defenses in the nation as the Oregon Ducks host the Michigan State Spartans in what will be the marquee game of the weekend. Oregon has had its share of difficulties against stellar defenses in prior seasons, and the defending Rose Bowl champions out of the Big Ten have just that. National championship implications will most definitely be at stake in this one.

Michigan (-17.5) vs #17 Notre Dame 7:30 pm EST

The Michigan Wolverines take on the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in one of the better rivalries in college football. The Wolverines have won 4 out of the last 5 matchups, and won last year’s matchup 41-30.  Michigan didn’t overlook Appalachian State last weekend, winning 52-14. Everett Golson made his return to last weekend, leading the Irish to a 48-17 victory over Rice.


2014 NFL Week 1 Odds – Week 1 Lines Breakdown

September 1st, 2014 by Chad A. Dawkins

Listed below you will find the complete listing of all the NFL lines for all the upcoming week 1 matchups from Bet Mayor Sportsbook & Casino.

Thursday, September 4th

Green Bay at Seattle (-6, 45) – 8:30 PM EST

The defending Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks will begin defense of their title when they take on the Green Bay Packers. CenturyLink Field will certainly have an electric crowd on hand. This is the first time these teams have met since a controversial call back in early 2012 with replacement officials leading to a Seattle victory.

Sunday, September 7th

New Orleans at Atlanta (PK, 51.5) – 1:00 PM EST

The defending NFC South champion New Orleans Saints take on the Atlanta Falcons. The Falcons will look to improve on a disappointing 2013 season which was filled with injuries resulting in a last place finish in their division.

Minnesota at St. Louis (-6.5, 45) – 1:00 PM EST

The Minnesota Vikings, under new coach Mike Zimmer, will head to St. Louis to take on Rams. St. Louis, led by head coach Jeff Fisher, is one of the up and coming teams in the highly competitive NFC West with one of the better defensive fronts in the league.

Cleveland at Pittsburgh (-6, 40.5) – 1:00 PM EST

Two old rivals meet up in what could be one of the better match ups of Week 1. The new look Cleveland Browns take on the Pittsburgh Steelers in what is sure to be an old style physical smash mouth football game. The Browns have one of the better defenses in the league, while the Steelers will be looking to continue the momentum they had at the end of last year, winning their last 4 games.

Jacksonville at Philadelphia (-11, 53.5) – 1:00 PM EST

The Jacksonville Jaguars will look to slow down the high octane Philadelphia offense in Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles were one of the highest scoring teams last year, while Jacksonville finished with 3 wins. The Jaguars made a lot of key acquisitions in the offseason, and is sure to be improved.

Oakland at New York (A) (-5, 39.5) – 1:00 PM EST

The Oakland Raiders will look to start the season on a positive note when the head to MetLife Stadium to take on the New York Jets. Oakland will be looking to break their streak of 11 straight losing seasons. The Jets will be showcasing some new additions in running back Chris Johnson and wide receiver Eric Decker.

Cincinnati at Baltimore (-2.5, 43) – 1:00 PM EST

The Cincinnati Bengals will be looking to bounce back from an early exit from the playoffs last year, losing at home to an upstart San Diego team. Baltimore will be looking to make a statement but will be without the services of array Rice due to suspension.

Buffalo at Chicago (-6, 48.5) – 1:00 PM EST

The Chicago Bears could be one of the highest scoring teams this season with perhaps the most dangerous wide receiver tandem in the league. Sammy Watkins, the #4 draft pick in this year’s draft for Buffalo will be looking to make a splash as well.

Washington at Houston (-3, 46) – 1:00 PM EST

Two teams with rookie head coaches meet up in week 1 as Jay Gruden’s Washington Redskins take on Bill O’Brien’s Houston Texans. All eyes will be on the first overall draft pick Jadaveon Clowney, as he and the dominant JJ Watt will be looking to shut down dual threat Robert Griffin III.

Tennessee at Kansas City (-5.5, 44) – 1:00 PM EST

The new look Tennessee Titans, under new head coach Ken Wisenhunt, travel to Arrowhead Stadium to take on the Kansas City Chiefs. The Titans finished a disappointing 6-10 last season, which led to the firing of Mike Munchak. The Chiefs will be looking to put their 2nd half playoff game collapse behind them. Kansas City were one of the big stories last season with an 8-0 start, and finishing 12-4, good for 2nd in the AFC West behind Denver.

New England (-4, 47) at Miami – 1:00 PM EST

The New England Patriots made a lot of headlines in the offseason. Unlike 2013, these headlines were positive, signing free agent cornerback Darrelle Revis. Tom Brady and their improved defense will head to South Beach to take on their division rival Miami Dolphins. The two teams split their head to head meetings last year, with each home team coming out victorious.

Carolina (-1, 39.5) at Tampa Bay – 4:25 PM EST

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, under first year coach Lovie Smith will have their work cut out for them when they head to Charlotte, North Carolina to take on the defending NFC South champion Carolina Panthers. The Panthers had one of the better defenses last year, led by all-pro linebacker Luke Kuechly.

San Francisco (-4.5, 48.5) at Dallas – 4:25 PM EST

The San Francisco 49ers head to AT&T Stadium to take on the Dallas Cowboys. The 49ers have made have made it to the NFC Championship 3 straight years, with a Super Bowl appearance in 2013. There are a lot of question marks for Dallas, who had one of the worst defenses in the league last year, and lost defensive end Demarcus Ware during the offseason.

Indianapolis at Denver (-7, 55) – 8:30 PM EST

What a matchup we have for Sunday night in week 1. The defending AFC Champion Denver Broncos led by 2013 MVP Peyton Manning, take on Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts. Peyton head to head against the guy who replaced him in Indianapolis, it doesn’t get any better than that.

Monday, September 8th

New York (N) at Detroit (-4, 46) – 7:10 PM EST

The Detroit Lions had a late season collapse last season, missing the playoffs and resulting in the exit of head coach Jim Schwartz. Jim Caldwell was hired, and there are now high expectations for a team with a lot of talent. The Lions will host the New York Giants, who are coming off one of the more disappointing finishes in the Tom Coughlin era.

San Diego at Arizona (-3.5, 44.5) – 10:20 PM EST

The Arizona Cardinals were playing some good football towards the end of the year, which included a win at Seattle. The Cardinals will be looking to build off of head coach Bruce Arians’ first season when they host the San Diego Chargers. The Chargers also finished the 2013 season strong, and ended up with a wild card berth. The Chargers upended the Bengals in a mild upset, only to lose to Denver in the divisional round.


2014 NFL MVP Odds & MVP Value Picks

August 7th, 2014 by Chad A. Dawkins
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The 2014 NFL football campaign is upon us, making it a great time to take a hard look at the fantasy nerd’s favorite award. 2014 NFL MVP OddsWhich player will make his presence known throughout the league this year while posting the most ridiculous numbers?


A complete list of the 2014 NFL MVP odds, (courtesy of 5Dimes Sportsbook), can be found by scrolling to the bottom of this post. We’ll offer some MVP picks for guys we think are being offered at a considerable bargain. We went through a few of the favorites, long shots, biggest NFL stars, and guys we think have value. There’s a few of the league’s big names being offered at a very competitive prices. We’ll also discuss which players we feel are over-priced.

Advanced Warning To NFL Fanboys – This is an article for bettors who are looking to make sharper value bets. NFL Fanboys should bear in mind that when we say your favorite player is over-priced, it doesn’t mean we are disrespecting him, nor does it mean we are saying that the player has no chance to win the MVP. We’re simply stating the chances are probably less (or similar) than the books offering. Any player on this list has a chance to win the MVP and is a top NFL player. So, there no need to go blasting the comments when reading our “value picks for NFL MVP”. If you have enlightened comments about the prices, we would love to hear them.

Here’s our take on some of the heavily bet, and not-so-heavily bet, players along with their current odds to win the MVP, heading into the 2014 NFL football campaign.

Player Price With Absolutely No Value (No Value At All):

Current Odds on Favorite: Peyton Manning (QB – Denver Broncos)
Peyton Manning’s 2014 Odds to win the NFL MVP: 3.6 to 1 (or +360)
It should come as no surprise that Manning is the favorite to win the 2014 NFL MVP this season due to his gaudy offensive numbers last year. Manning shattered the record books last year with 5477 yards and 55 touchdowns. Although, Peyton has the majority of his supporting cast back (in Demaryius Thomas, Julius Thomas, and Wes Welker), Eric Decker, who was 2nd in the team in receptions last year, is now a New York Jet. The Broncos are hoping that former Steeler, Emmanuel Sanders will fill the void, but it’s not really an upgrade. Obviously, Denver will once again be a contender to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl, due to the inferior competition in the conference and their division. However, the AFC west D-coordinators have had their share of looks at Manning now and you better believe they had their notebooks out when they watched a rugged NFC West defense bottle him up in the Superbowl. These improving west coast squads may be better prepared to slow the Denver offense down a little bit. Throw in the fact that Manning is another year older and a bad start to the 2014 season may wear him down mentally and force him to consider retirement. Obviously, if healthy, he should put up solid numbers once again, but a 4 to 1 payout is not worth letting the books hold your money all year (while you hope Sir Peyton can light up the league again).

Player Available At Massive Price Reduction (Serious Value):

Tom Brady (QB – New England Patriots)
NFL MVP Odds For Tom Brady: 12 to 1 (or +1200)
Tommy had somewhat of a down year (statistically speaking) last season, but there were lots of reasons for it; not excuses….reasons (there’s a difference). An endless number of bad beats were taken by the New England Patriots, from the very start, right to the end of the 2013-14 season. Aaron Hernandez was unexpectedly removed from the offense and thrown in the clink before the season started, our favorite youtube club dancer, Rob Gronkowski, was injured for a better part of the season.  Brady also he had to mesh with 2 new wide receivers. Now that Gronkowski is healthy, Julian Edelman is back, and with their young receivers (Kenbrell Thompkins & Aaron Dobson) having a full year of the offense under their belt, the Patriots should be improved this season. Not only does Brady have a slew of weapons at his disposal, but the New England defense could feature one of the best secondaries in a long time, with the additions of Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner.

Longshot (Give A Little, To Get A Lot) Player (Fair Value):

JJ Watt (DL – Houston Texans)
2014 MVP Odds For J.J. Watt: 150 to 1 (or +15000) 
In many eyes, JJ Watt is the league’s premier defensive player. There will likely be less double teams on Watt, now that the Texans added Jadaveon Clowney on the other side of the line. If Clowney can get healthy Watt will surely make his presence known once again this year. I can’t think of 15 defensive players more likely to win the MVP than Watt. The Texans, although they have concerns at the quarterback position, should be a team to be reckoned with this season with new coach Bill O’Brien at the helm. These factors, make Watt’s price a bargain and definitely worth a look. 150 to 1? Why not?

Two Teammates Being Sold At Tempting Prices:

LeSean McCoy (RB) & Nick Foles (QB) – (Philadelphia Eagles)
Latest 2014 NFL MVP Odds for LeSean McCoy +4000 & Nick Foles +5000
While both of these prices may look tempting, theres a lot to look at here. Philadelphia head coach Chip Kelly brought his dynamic style of offense to the NFL last season. Many thought it wouldn’t work, and early in the season Eagles fans we’re cringing at their slow start. However, it was a blessing disguised when starting quarterback & turnover machine, Michael Vick was ailed by an early season hamstring injury (just early enough). Even the wise Chip Kelly didn’t expect 2nd year backup Nick Foles to execute Kelly’s fast paced offense in a higher level than Vick. Even post-Vick, Foles himself was dealing with a nagging injury. Watching a third string rookie try to execute Kelly’s demanding playbook made things look bleak early in the year and those loveable Philadelphia fans were all the more friendly in September last year.

However, Nick showed some NFL quarterback level fortitude and got very comfortable as the season progressed. A down year in the NFC East and a poor finish in 2012 afforded the Eagles a weak strength of schedule. This provided Nick Foles with a timely & smooth transition to the starting job.  A gradually improving Philadelphia D combined with Kelly’s pedal-to-the-medal coaching style gave the efficient Foles the perfect opportunity get his feet wet in the NFL.

Kelly began building his offense around McCoy’s dynamic running attack, using some comfortable leads in games to give his young QB the freedom to grow.  A few tough wins later, Foles was filling up the stat sheet and downright feasting on some of the league’s weaker secondaries. To say he put up quality passing numbers would be an understatement. The sophomore QB was developing into a NFL-level passer and the Eagles won the NFC East.

The Eagles fell short in the playoffs to the New Orleans Saints in what was a very slow game offensively. Philadelphia fans are now encouraged and believe that a full offseason under Kelly will make them an improved team & an NFC contender. However, sharp bettors can’t help but take note of their 2014-15 division-winning schedule, where they will have to face defensive powerhouses like Carolina, Arizona, Seattle, & San Francisco. To the average fan, Foles looks like a great value at 50-1, as we all know passing is what you see on ESPN highlights. But, make no mistake about it.  LeSean McCoy is the one who took them to the playoffs last year and allowed them to battle. If the Eagles are going to survive this schedule and Nick Foles is going to continue to develop as passer while having to go through some of the league’s elite pass-rushing rosters, you better believe that it’s going to be their horse in LeSean McCoy that gets both the Eagles & young Nick Foles out the other side. At this price, McCoy is worth a look.

Player Who Just Might Surprise You (Value):

Jay Cutler (QB – Chicago Bears)
2014 NFL MVP Odds for Jay Cutler: 25 to 1 (or +2500)
For starters, there’s always the “Can Jay Cutler stay healthy?” question that is asked regularly. It seems to be the only thing that is keeping him from being a top-tier quarterback (that and his crappy attitude). Cutler probably has the most feared wide receiver tandem in Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery. In Marc Trestman’s second year, he has implemented a solid running game and more quick throws for Cutler, keeping him on his feet and taking a lot fewer hits.  The Bear’s have also made a number of key acquisitions to patch up a defense that underperformed last year.  The Bears might be in for a very surprising season, and clearly, their success and failure rests on Jay Cutler’s health. With Cutler & the Bears playing one of the weaker defensive conferences, he is worth a shot at these odds to win what is a largely stat based award.

Player With Something To Prove at an Opportune Time (Best Value):

Colin Kaepernick (QB – San Francisco 49ers)
Odds to win the MVP for Colin Kaepernick: 30 to 1 (or +3000)
The real reason nobody would have considered 2nd year starter Colin Kaepernick for NFL MVP last season was not because he didn’t win games or wasn’t effective. There was no lack of big plays from young Colin Kaepernick.  In fact, he won a lot of games against very good teams. The reason he wasn’t an MVP candidate was because he didn’t put up gaudy passing numbers.  After all, the regular-season MVP award, is about passing yards and touchdowns for quarterbacks (it’s a media-based award).

In 2013, the 49ers game plan was very ball-controlled, run-heavy due to their defensive dominance, lack of a deep receiving threat (due to Michael Crabtree’s 10-week injury), and a brutal division-winning schedule (in the NFC West). Colin Kaepernick would have quite a few games where he’d play well and do it with his legs & his arm.  In those games, he’d finish the game with passing yards total fewer than 200 yards.  This tends to get the public (even the east coast media who doesn’t see the game) into thinking Kaepernick isn’t effective as a passer; which couldn’t be further from the truth.

This year, the 49ers defense has already been hit with a few setbacks early in pre-season.  A healthy Michael Crabtree lined up along side Anquan Boldin & Vernon Davis, as well as new additions in Steve Johnson & Brandon Lloyd (fighting for the 3rd wide receiver spot) will provide Kaepernick with a lot more receiving options as well as strong running game and returning o-line to give him time to throw. There is also a some young talent like Quinton Patton and rookie speedster Bruce Ellington. With all these weapons at his disposal and a that needs some time to re-gel, a frustrated Jim Harbaugh may be inclined to open up the offense a lot this year and not take his foot off gas pedal.

Regular Season MVP Odds Courtesy of 5Dimes Sportsbook:
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Peyton Manning +360
Aaron Rodgers +600
Drew Brees +800
Tom Brady +1200
Jay Cutler +2500
Andrew Luck +2500
Calvin Johnson +2800
Colin Kaepernick +3000
Adrian Peterson +3000
Robert Griffin III +3500
Russell Wilson +3500
LeSean McCoy +4000
Matthew Stafford +4500
Nick Foles +5000
Matt Ryan +5000
Cam Newton +5000
Philip Rivers +6000
Jamaal Charles +6000
Tony Romo +6500
Eli Manning +7000
Dez Bryant +8000
Demaryius Thomas +8500
Matt Forte +8500
AJ Green +9500
Jimmy Graham +10000
Ben Roethlisberger +10000
Brandon Marshall +10000
Julio Jones +11000
Rob Gronkowski +12500
Alshon Jeffery +12500
Marshawn Lynch +12500
Joe Flacco +12500
Victor Cruz +12500
Percy Harvin +12500
Josh McCown +13500
Eddie Lacy +15000
Alfred Morris +15000
Jake Locker +15000
Reggie Bush +15000
Antonio Brown +15000
JJ Watt +15000
Luke Kuechly +17500
Arian Foster +17500
Greg Hardy +17500
Sam Bradford +17500
Larry Fitzgerald +17500
Alex Smith +17500
Andy Dalton +20000
Montee Ball +20000
CJ Spiller +20000
Giovani Bernard +20000
Zac Stacy +20000
Ryan Mathews +20000
Richard Sherman +20000
Robert Quinn +20000
Chris Johnson +20000
Carson Palmer +22500
Von Miller +22500
Matt Schaub +22500
Knowshon Moreno +25000
Frank Gore +25000
Darrelle Revis +25000
Patrick Peterson +25000
Chad Henne +25000
EJ Manuel +25000
Matt Cassel +25000
Michael Vick +25000
Ryan Tannehill +25000
Brian Hoyer +25000
Ryan Fitzpatrick +27500
Johnny Manziel +30000
DeMarco Murray +30000
Ray Rice +30000
Geno Smith +35000
Cecil Shorts III +50000


2014 PGA Championship Odds, Picks, & Preview

August 2nd, 2014 by Lou Palumbo (Head Columnist)
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Complete List of 2014 PGA Championship Odds Found Below
2014 PGA Championship Predictions, Odds, & Tournament Info.
2014 PGA Championship Dates: Thursday, August 7th – Sunday, August 10th
2014 PGA Championship Location: Valhalla Country Club, Louisville, Kentucky
Odds To Win The 2014 PGA Championship Favorite: Rory McIlory (5 to 1)
Current Defending PGA Championship Champion: Jason Dufner (125 to 1)
PGA Championship TV Coverage: CBS, TNT, and The Golf Channel

2014 PGA Championship Odds at ValhallaThe fourth grand slam tournament of the 2014 PGA Tour takes place at Valhalla Country Club in Louisville, Kentucky for the 96th annual PGA Championship. Jason Dufner (PGA Championship Golf Betting Lines: 125 to 1  at 5 Dimes) will be looking to defend his 2013 championship. Dufner has had a decent year with 4 top 10 finishes this year, but has yet to grab a win and has been less consistent than most tour stars with odds lower than 50 to 1.  In the 3 major tournaments, Dufner made the cut in only one, in which he finished 51st in the British Open last month. Dufner’s average line amongst the books is around 35 to 1.  While this number may attract some golf fans, this line is not tempting in the least to any sharp futures player.

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We really liked California native Rickie Fowler (PGA Championship Golf Betting Lines: 22 to 1  at 5 Dimesin last month’s Open Championship, and he did not disappoint with an impressive 2nd place finish. Fowler has recently altered his swing for more control and is playing as well as anyone in major tournaments (this side of Rory McIlroy).  We still think Rickie has tremendous value once again at 25 to 1, with consecutive runner-up finishes in the last two major tournaments. Fowler also had a 5th place finish at the Masters.  His 3 top 5 finishes in each major tournament this season can’t be ignored. If you like him at 25 to 1, don’t hesitate to pull the trigger.

List Of Past The PGA Championship Winners (Since 2000)
2013 – Jason Dufner
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

5DimesIt should come as no surprise that this year’s British Open winner Rory McIlory is the favorite (at 7 to 1 @ Bovada to win this year’s PGA Championship). McIlroy dominated last month’s Open Championship, jumping out to a lead and never looking back with a wire to wire win. McIlroy has had seven top 10 finishes this season, and is more likely than anyone to be in the mix to win in Valhalla.

Angel Cabrera (PGA Championship Golf Betting Lines: 80 to 1 at 5 Dimes) is a longshot, but offers some value.  We love Angel Cabrera’s controlled power.  He won the Greenbrier Classic in early July, edging the 2nd place finisher by 2 strokes. It was Cabrera’s first win since claiming the green jacket in 2009. Cabrera has two major wins under his belt, and definitely has the experience to make a run in the PGA championship. At these odds, Cabrera is worth a shot as he always seems to make some noise in majors when its least expected.

The last time the PGA championship made its way to Valhalla, it was back in 2000. The winner of that tournament was none other than Tiger Woods (PGA Championship Golf Betting Lines: 66 to 1 at 5 Dimes). Woods didn’t have the most impressive showing at last month’s Open Championship, but he was encouraged by the way he was hitting the ball and was still recovering from an injury.  He hit more fairways than most of the field at the British Open, including Rory McIlroy.  Woods’ progress should be monitored in this weekend’s WGC-Bridgestone invitational. At 10 to 1, and with Woods trying to make his way back from injury, these odds don’t offer a lot of value. But, with a strong opening round, 10 to 1 will look like a bargain.

Betting Odds to Win PGA Championship @ 5 Dimes (as of 8/2/14):
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Rory McIlroy 5 to 1
Adam Scott 11 to 1
Justin Rose 17 to 1
Sergio Garcia 16 to 1
Rickie Fowler 22 to 1
Henrik Stenson 26 to 1
Phil Mickelson 27 to 1
Matt Kuchar 30 to 1
Bubba Watson 32 to 1
Charl Schwartzel 32 to 1
Keegan Bradley 33 to 1
Graeme McDowell 40 to 1
Jim Furyk 40 to 1
Martin Kaymer 42 to 1
Hideki Matsuyama 45 to 1
Jordan Spieth 45 to 1
Marc Leishman 45 to 1
Brandt Snedeker 55 to 1
Jimmy Walker 60 to 1
Hunter Mahan 66 to 1
Tiger Woods 66 to 1
Ryan Moore 70 to 1
Patrick Reed 75 to 1
J.B. Holmes 85 to 1
Jason Day 85 to 1
Lee Westwood 85 to 1
Gary Woodland 100 to 1
Victor Dubuisson 100 to 1
Webb Simpson 100 to 1
Zach Johnson 100 to 1
Angel Cabrera 110 to 1
Robert Karlsson 115 to 1
Jason Dufner 125 to 1
Luke Donald 125 to 1
Thomas Bjorn 125 to 1
Chris Kirk 145 to 1
Kevin Na 145 to 1
Bill Haas 150 to 1
Graham DeLaet 150 to 1
Harris English 150 to 1
Brendon Todd 155 to 1
Francesco Molinari 165 to 1
Louis Oosthuizen 165 to 1
Paul Casey 165 to 1
Billy Horschel 175 to 1
Shane Lowry 185 to 1
Steve Stricker 185 to 1
Geoff Ogilvy 200 to 1
Ian Poulter 225 to 1
Nick Watney 225 to 1
John Senden 250 to 1
Charles Howell III 265 to 1
Kevin Stadler 275 to 1
Ben Martin 325 to 1
Jamie Donaldson 325 to 1
Seung-Yul Noh 345 to 1
Stephen Gallacher 345 to 1
Brooks Koepka 365 to 1
Russell Henley 375 to 1
Ryan Palmer 375 to 1
Jonas Blixt 385 to 1
Charley Hoffman 400 to 1
Thongchai Jaidee 400 to 1
Tim Clark 400 to 1
Scott Piercy 425 to 1
Kevin Chappell 45 to 10
Brendon De Jonge 465 to 1
Fredrik Jacobson 465 to 1
Brendan Steele 475 to 1
Ernie Els 475 to 1
K.J. Choi 475 to 1
Matteo Manassero 500 to 1
Miguel Angel Jimenez 500 to 1
Scott Stallings 500 to 1
Joost Luiten 565 to 1
Fabrizio Zanotti 575 to 1
Brian Harman 600 to 1
George Coetzee 600 to 1
Rafael Cabrera-Bello 600 to 1
Russell Knox 600 to 1
Ryo Ishikawa 600 to 1
Branden Grace 625 to 1
Edoardo Molinari 625 to 1
Matt Every 665 to 1
Matt Jones 665 to 1
Boo Weekley 675 to 1
Jason Kokrak 675 to 1
Steven Bowditch 700 to 1
Stewart Cink 745 to 1
Kenny Perry 785 to 1
Danny Willett 825 to 1
Kevin Streelman 825 to 1
Thorbjorn Olesen 845 to 1
George McNeill 865 to 1
Chris Stroud 900 to 1
Chris Wood 900 to 1
Colin Montgomerie 900 to 1
Padraig Harrington 900 to 1
Daniel Summerhays 925 to 1
Gonzalo Fdez-Castano 925 to 1
Ross Fisher 925 to 1
Cameron Tringale 950 to 1
Aaron Krueger 1000 to 1
Alexander Levy 1000 to 1
Anirban Lahiri 1000 to 1
Ben Crane 1000 to 1
Bernd Wiesberger 1000 to 1
Bob Sowards 1000 to 1
Brian Norman 1000 to 1
Brian Stuard 1000 to 1
Chesson Hadley 1000 to 1
Darren Clarke 1000 to 1
David Hearn 1000 to 1
David Hronek 1000 to 1
David McNabb 1000 to 1
David Tentis 1000 to 1
Davis Love III 1000 to 1
Dustin Volk 1000 to 1
Eric Williamson 1000 to 1
Erik Compton 1000 to 1
Frank Esposito 1000 to 1
Hideto Tanihara 1000 to 1
Jamie Broce 1000 to 1
Jason Bohn 1000 to 1
Jerry Kelly 1000 to 1
Jerry Smith 1000 to 1
Jim McGovern 1000 to 1
Johan Kok 1000 to 1
John Daly 1000 to 1
Kim Hyung-Sung 1000 to 1
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 1000 to 1
Koumei Oda 1000 to 1
Marc Warren 1000 to 1
Mark Brooks 1000 to 1
Matt Pesta 1000 to 1
Michael Block 1000 to 1
Mikko Ilonen 1000 to 1
Pablo Larrazabal 1000 to 1
Rich Beem 1000 to 1
Richard Sterne 1000 to 1
Rob Corcoran 1000 to 1
Roberto Castro 1000 to 1
Rod Perry 1000 to 1
Rory Sabbatini 1000 to 1
Ryan Helminen 1000 to 1
Scott Brown 1000 to 1
Shaun Micheel 1000 to 1
Steve Schneiter 1000 to 1
Stuart Deane 1000 to 1
Tom Watson 1000 to 1
Tommy Fleetwood 1000 to 1
Vijay Singh 1000 to 1
Will MacKenzie 1000 to 1
Y.E. Yang 1000 to 1

2014 PGA Championship Betting Lines at Bovada (as of 8/1/14):

Rory McIlroy 7/1
Tiger Woods 10/1
Adam Scott 12/1
Phil Mickelson 20/1
Martin Kaymer 22/1
Rickie Fowler 22/1
Bubba Watson 25/1
Henrik Stenson 25/1
Jordan Spieth 25/1
Justin Rose 25/1
Sergio Garcia 25/1
Dustin Johnson 28/1
Jason Day 33/1
Jason Dufner 33/1
Jim Furyk 33/1
Matt Kuchar 33/1
Brandt Snedeker 40/1
Charl Schwartzel 40/1
Graeme McDowell 40/1
Keegan Bradley 40/1
Lee Westwood 40/1
Luke Donald 40/1
Zach Johnson 40/1
Hunter Mahan 50/1
Jimmy Walker 50/1
Webb Simpson 50/1
Hideki Matsuyama 66/1
Ian Poulter 66/1
Louis Oosthuizen 66/1
Steve Stricker 66/1
Angel Cabrera 80/1
Bill Haas 80/1
Gary Woodland 80/1
Graham DeLaet 80/1
Harris English 80/1
Nick Watney 80/1
Ryan Moore 80/1
Billy Horschel 100/1
Ernie Els 100/1
Jonas Blixt 100/1
Paul Casey 100/1
Richard Sterne 100/1
Tim Clark 100/1
Francesco Molinari 125/1
JB Holmes 125/1
Matteo Manassero 125/1
Nicolas Colsaerts 125/1
Thorbjørn Olesen 125/1
Bo Van Pelt 150/1
Boo Weekley 150/1
Branden Grace 150/1
Fredrik Jacobson 150/1
Marc Leishman 150/1
Martin Laird 150/1
Padraig Harrington 150/1
Peter Hanson 150/1
George Coetzee 200/1
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 200/1


2014 British Open Odds & Free British Open Sleeper Picks

July 9th, 2014 by Lou Palumbo (Head Columnist)
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2014 British Open – Current Odds To Win, Free Sleeper Picks & Tournament Info
2014 Open Championship Dates: Thursday, July 17th thru Sunday, July 20th
2014 British Open Location: Royal Liverpool Golf Club, Merseyside, England
Current Favorite To Win the 2014 British Open: Rory McIlroy (Odds: 12 to 1)
Defending British Open Champion (2013 Champ): Phil Mickelson (17 to 1)
Free Sleeper Picks: Kevin Na (150/1 at 5Dimes) & Rickie Fowler (50/1 at 5Dimes)

2014 British Open Golf Live TV Coverage: ESPN / ABC (& DirectTV Mosaic)


Royal LiverpoolThe third grand slam tournament of the 2014 PGA Tour takes place at Royal Liverpool Golf Club in Merseyside, England 
for the 154th annual British Open. Phil Mickelson (Current Odds: 17 to 1 @ 5 Dimes). will be looking to defend his 2013 championship, and will need his best effort of the year by far to be in contention. Mickelson, currently ranked 91st in the world, has had a disappointing season by his standards, with no top 10 finishes and an average score of 71 per round. Perhaps the rumors of possible insider trading has somewhat distracted him, and who knows how much that will affect his game in the upcoming months.

This year’s Open Championship may have a different sort of buzz compared to the previous major tournaments this year, and that is due to the return of Tiger Woods (Odds: 17 to 1 @ 5 Dimes). It should come as no surprise that Woods is the favorite, however with his return from injury and past performances this year, one would have to question if he is a serious contender. Woods missed the cut in his return from injury at the Quicken Loans national, and his progress leading up to the British Open should be monitored. His recent struggles shouldn’t matter as the betting public will more than likely have a lot of action on Tiger to be in the mix. It should also be pointed out that the last time Woods won the Open Championship; it was at none other than Royal Liverpool.

British Open Winners (Since 2000)
2013 – Phil Mickelson
2012 – Ernie Els
2011 – Darren Clarke
2010 – Louis Oosthuizen
2009 – Stewart Cink
2008 – Padraig Harrington
2007 – Padraig Harrington
2006 – Tiger Woods
2005 – Tiger Woods
2004 – Todd Hamilton
2003 – Ben Curtis
2002 – Ernie Els
2001 – David Duval
2000 – Tiger Woods

It should come as no surprise that US Open winner Martin Kaymer is listed at only 16 to 1 (at 5Dimes) to win this year’s Open Championship. The 29 year-old German dominated the field at Pinehurst, winning the tournament by an astounding 8 strokes. In 12 tournament appearances, Kaymer has 2 wins and 3 top 10 finishes in 2014. If Kaymer can come anywhere close to duplicating his US Open performance, he will most certainly be a serious contender.

If there is anyone in the field that is due for a major, it’s Sergio Garcia (Best Odds: 25 to 1 at Bovada). Garcia is currently ranked 9th in the world, and despite poor showings in the previous 2 majors, he has 10 top 10 finishes this year, including a 3rd place finish at the Players championship at TPC Sawgrass, and a 2nd place finish at the Travelers Championship. Garcia has been competitive in previous Open championships with 4 top 10 finishes, including placing 2nd in 2007 (Carnoustie) and 5th in 2006 (Royal Liverpool).

California native Rickie Fowler (Best Odds: 50 to 1 at Bovada) is showing some value after a 2nd place finish in the US Open. Fowler has yet to win a major but has shown signs this year that he might be ready to take the next step. Among his 4 top 10 finishes this year was finishing 6 strokes back and placing 5th at the Masters. Fowler did miss the cut in last year’s British Open championship, and will most certainly be determined to put forth a better showing.

Odds to Win the 2014 British Open @ 5 Dimes Sportsbook (as of 7/9/14):
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  • Rory McIlroy: 12 to 1
  • Adam Scott: 13 to 1
  • Henrik Stenson: 14 to 1
  • Martin Kaymer: 16 to 1
  • Tiger Woods: 17 to 1
  • Justin Rose: 22 to 1
  • Sergio Garcia: 23 to 1
  • Graeme McDowell: 24 to 1
  • Phil Mickelson: 27 to 1
  • Dustin Johnson: 30 to 1
  • Lee Westwood: 30 to 1
  • Jason Day: 32 to 1
  • Matt Kuchar: 32 to 1
  • Bubba Watson: 40 to 1
  • Rickie Fowler: 45 to 1
  • Brandt Snedeker: 50 to 1
  • Luke Donald: 50 to 1
  • Ian Poulter: 55 to 1
  • Thomas Bjorn: 55 to 1
  • Angel Cabrera: 70 to 1
  • Paul Casey: 70 to 1
  • Louis Oosthuizen: 75 to 1
  • Charl Schwartzel: 85 to 1
  • Francesco Molinari: 85 to 1
  • Jason Dufner: 85 to 1
  • Jim Furyk: 85 to 1
  • Keegan Bradley: 85 to 1
  • Zach Johnson: 85 to 1
  • Ernie Els: 90 to 1
  • Webb Simpson: 90 to 1
  • Mikko Ilonen: 95 to 1
  • Miguel Angel Jimenez: 100 to 1
  • Hunter Mahan: 125 to 1
  • Ryan Moore: 125 to 1
  • Steve Stricker: 125 to 1
  • Branden Grace: 135 to 1
  • Robert Karlsson: 135 to 1
  • Kevin Na: 150 to 1
  • Bill Haas: 175 to 1
  • Nicolas Colsaerts: 175 to 1
  • Padraig Harrington: 175 to 1
  • Matteo Manassero: 185 to 1
  • Thorbjorn Olesen: 185 to 1
  • Billy Horschel: 200 to 1
  • Gary Woodland: 200 to 1
  • Nick Watney: 200 to 1
  • Peter Hanson: 210 to 1
  • Martin Laird: 220 to 1
  • K.J. Choi: 225 to 1
  • John Senden: 235 to 1
  • Aaron Baddeley: 250 to 1
  • Fredrik Jacobson: 250 to 1
  • Bo Van Pelt: 265 to 1
  • Gonzalo Fdez-Castano: 275 to 1
  • Anders Hansen: 285 to 1
  • Ben Crane: 300 to 1
  • Ben Curtis: 300 to 1
  • George Coetzee: 300 to 1
  • Sang-Moon Bae: 350 to 1
  • Charles Howell III: 365 to 1
  • Stewart Cink: 365 to 1
  • Geoff Ogilvy: 375 to 1
  • Carl Pettersson: 385 to 1
  • Alexander Noren: 400 to 1
  • Tom Watson: 450 to 1
  • Tim Clark: 455 to 1
  • David Lynn: 550 to 1
  • David Toms: 600 to 1

Here Are The 2014 British Open Odds at Bovada Sportsbook (as of 7/3/2014):
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  • Rory McIlroy 12/1
  • Tiger Woods 12/1
  • Adam Scott 14/1
  • Henrik Stenson 14/1
  • Martin Kaymer 14/1
  • Justin Rose 16/1
  • Phil Mickelson 18/1
  • Jason Day 25/1
  • Jordan Spieth 25/1
  • Lee Westwood 25/1
  • Sergio Garcia 25/1
  • Graeme McDowell 28/1
  • Bubba Watson 33/1
  • Charl Schwartzel 33/1
  • Dustin Johnson 33/1
  • Ian Poulter 33/1
  • Luke Donald 33/1
  • Matt Kuchar 33/1
  • Brandt Snedeker 40/1
  • Ernie Els 40/1
  • Louis Oosthuizen 40/1
  • Zach Johnson 40/1
  • Hideki Matsuyama 45/1
  • Hunter Mahan 50/1
  • Jason Dufner 50/1
  • Paul Casey 50/1
  • Rickie Fowler 50/1
  • Bill Haas 66/1
  • Jamie Donaldson 66/1
  • Webb Simpson 66/1
  • Angel Cabrera 80/1
  • Branden Grace 80/1
  • Francesco Molinari 80/1
  • Harris English 80/1
  • Jim Furyk 80/1
  • Jonas Blixt 80/1
  • Keegan Bradley 80/1
  • Matteo Manassero 80/1
  • Miguel Angel Jimenez 80/1
  • Nicolas Colsaerts 80/1
  • Padraig Harrington 80/1
  • Steve Stricker 80/1
  • Thomas Bjorn 80/1
  • Billy Horschel 100/1
  • K.J. Choi 100/1
  • Martin Laird 100/1
  • Nick Watney 100/1
  • Patrick Reed 100/1
  • Peter Hanson 100/1
  • Richard Sterne 100/1
  • Ross Fisher 100/1
  • Ryan Moore 100/1
  • Shane Lowry 100/1
  • Thorbjørn Olesen 100/1
  • Bernd Wiesberger 125/1
  • Chris Wood 125/1
  • Fredrik Jacobson 125/1
  • Paul Lawrie 125/1
  • Alexander Noren 150/1
  • Bo Van Pelt 150/1
  • Danny Willett 150/1
  • Darren Clarke 150/1
  • Geoff Ogilvy 150/1
  • George Coetzee 150/1
  • Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 150/1
  • Stewart Cink 150/1
  • Thomas Aiken 200/1
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2014 US Open Odds & Golf U.S. Open Value Picks

May 27th, 2014 by Lou Palumbo (Head Columnist)
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List Of 2014 US Open Odds Can Be Found Below

2014 Golf US Open Odds, Picks & Info
2014 U.S. Open Scheduled Dates: June 12-15, 2014
2014 US Open Location: Pinehurst No. 2 in Pinehurst, NC
Odds On Favorite To Win The US Open: Rory McIlory (12 to 1)
Defending US Open Champion (2013 Winner): Justin Rose
2014 US Open TV Coverage – Network: ESPN & NBC

The 2014 US open takes place at Pinehurst Resort in Pinehurst, NC on the second weekend in June. Justin Rose (US Open Golf Betting Lines: 22 to 1 at BetOnline) will be defending his crown, and thus far this year Rose has been decent with five top 10 finishes. Rose won the 2013 US Open in Marion with a consistent effort through all 4 rounds to beat Aussie Jason Day and American Phil Mickelson by 2 strokes finishing at +1 for the tournament.

Rory McIlroy (Current US Open Odds: 12 to 1 at BetOnlineis the favorite in this year’s open. McIlroy will be looking to duplicate his efforts that won him the 2011 Open Championship. He has had a top 10 finish at the Masters, finishing 8th, and currently has six top 10 finishes this year and just missed a win at the Honda Classic losing on a one hole playoff. Given his current form, McIlroy is poised for a great tournament and is due for a major win.

List Of Past US Open Golf Winners (Since 2000)

2013 US Open Winner – Justin Rose
2012 US Open Winner – Webb Simpson
2011 US Open Winner – Rory McIlroy
2010 US Open Winner – Graeme McDowell
2009 US Open Winner – Lucas Glover
2008 US Open Winner – Tiger Woods
2007 US Open Winner – Angel Cabrera
2006 US Open Winner – Geoff Ogilvy
2005 US Open Winner – Michael Campbell
2004 US Open Winner – Retief Goosen
2003 US Open Winner – Jim Furyk
2002 US Open Winner – Tiger Woods
2001 US Open Winner – Retief Goosen
2000 US Open Winner – Tiger Woods

After the Masters this season, many were talking about Bubba Watson’s second win at Augusta. However, the real story was the performance of the young American sensation Jordan Spieth (US Open Golf Betting Lines: 22 to 1 at BetOnline). Spieth had a second place finish at Augusta National, and a month later followed that performance up with a 4th place finish at The Players championship at TPC Sawgrass. This season, Spieth has 6 top 10 finishes, and is certainly proving that his performance at the Masters was no fluke. The 20-year-old definitely has the talent and poise to win a major, and could definitely be among the serious contenders at Pinehurst this year.

Speaking of the Masters, Bubba Watson (US Open Golf Betting Lines: 28 to 1 at BetOnline) is definitely playing at a high level this season, with two wins and six top 10 finishes this season. Watson was inactive for a month after his Masters victory, and his next tournament was a disappointing 48th place finish at TPC Sawgrass. Watson’s form should be monitored in the week leading up to Pinehurst, but he could very well be in the mix. Watson’s best performance in the US Open was in 2007 when he tied for 5th.

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Matt Kuchar (22 to 1 Odds to win the US Open @ BetOnline) is looking like an attractive play. The Georgia Tech graduate has been solid this season, and currently ranks 4th on the PGA money list. He’s had one win and nine top 10 finishes this season, with his victory coming in April at the RBS heritage. Kuchar is great form, and is averaging 69.8 per round and had a good Masters showing finishing 5th, and a 7th place finish at the Byron Nelson Championship. If there is a player that is due for a major win, Kuchar is the guy.

Who Will Win The 2014 US Open at Pinehurst No. 2?

  • Matt Kuchar (22 to 1 Odds) (23%, 22 Votes)
  • Jordan Spieth (22 to 1 Odds) (19%, 18 Votes)
  • Phil Mickelson (17 to 1 Odds) (16%, 15 Votes)
  • Rory McIlroy (12 to 1 Odds) (15%, 14 Votes)
  • Adam Scott (17 to 1 Odds) (11%, 10 Votes)
  • Tiger Woods (22 to 1 Odds) (10%, 9 Votes)
  • Other (Comment Below) (4%, 4 Votes)
  • Jason Day (22 to 1 Odds) (2%, 2 Votes)

Total Voters: 94


Current 2014 Golf US Open Odds @ BetOnline (as of 5/27/14):
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RORY MCILROY 12-1
ADAM SCOTT 17-1
PHIL MICKELSON 17-1
JORDAN SPIETH 22-1
TIGER WOODS 22-1
JASON DAY 22-1
MATT KUCHAR 22-1
JUSTIN ROSE 22-1
BUBBA WATSON 28-1
HENRIK STENSON 33-1
LEE WESTWOOD 33-1
GRAEME MCDOWELL 33-1
DUSTIN JOHNSON 33-1
BRANDT SNEDEKER 33-1
JIM FURYK 33-1
SERGIO GARCIA 33-1
MARTIN KAYMER 40-1
ZACH JOHNSON 45-1
LUKE DONALD 45-1
JASON DUFNER 45-1
HUNTER MAHAN 45-1
CHARL SCHWARTZEL 55-1
WEBB SIMPSON 55-1
KEEGAN BRADLEY 55-1
STEVE STRICKER 55-1
RICKIE FOWLER 55-1
JIMMY WALKER 55-1
IAN POULTER 65-1
GRAHAM DELAET 65-1
HARRIS ENGLISH 65-1
LOUIS OOSTHUIZEN 65-1
BILL HAAS 80-1
RYAN MOORE 80-1
JONAS BLIXT 80-1
PATRICK REED 80-1
HIDEKI MATSUYAMA 80-1
JOHN SENDEN 100-1
BILLY HORSCHEL 100-1
FRANCESCO MOLINARI 100-1
ERNIE ELS 100-1
GARY WOODLAND 100-1
ANGEL CABRERA 100-1
NICK WATNEY 100-1
VICTOR DUBUISSON 100-1
MARC LEISHMAN 125-1
JAMIE DONALDSON 125-1
MATT JONES 125-1
KJ CHOI 125-1
MIGUEL ANGEL JIMENEZ 125-1
RYO ISHIKAWA 150-1
ROBERT GARRIGUS 150-1
GEOFF OGILVY 150-1
BO VAN PELT 150-1
CHARLEY HOFFMAN 150-1
KEVIN NA 150-1
STEWART CINK 150-1
MATTEO MANASSERO 150-1
THORBJORN OLESEN 150-1
NICOLAS COLSAERTS 150-1
CHARLES HOWELL III 150-1
KEVIN STADLER 150-1
RETIEF GOOSEN 150-1
THOMAS BJORN 150-1
MARTIN LAIRD 150-1
PAUL CASEY 150-1
RUSSELL HENLEY 150-1
RYAN PALMER 150-1
FREDDIE JACOBSON 150-1
GONZALO FERNANDEZ-CASTANO 150-1
CHRIS KIRK 150-1
CHESSON HADLEY 150-1
BRENDON DE JONGE 150-1
PADRAIG HARRINGTON 150-1
GEORGE COETZEE 200-1
WILL MACKENZIE 200-1
ROBERTO CASTRO 200-1
BROOKS KOEPKA 200-1
STEPHEN GALLACHER 200-1
PETER UIHLEIN 200-1
MATT EVERY 200-1
CHRIS STROUD 200-1
THONGCHAI JAIDEE 200-1
PETER HANSON 200-1
RUSSELL KNOX 200-1
BRANDEN GRACE 200-1
JOOST LUITEN 200-1
TIM CLARK 200-1
LUCAS GLOVER 250-1
BOO WEEKLEY 250-1
KENNY PERRY 300-1
LUKE GUTHRIE 300-1
DA POINTS 300-1
YE YANG 300-1
MICHAEL CAMPBELL 500-1
MATTHEW FITZPATRICK 500-1
OLIVER GOSS 500-1
DARREN CLARKE 500-1