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AFC Championship Odds & Picks – Current Odds To Win AFC

January 17th, 2014 by Lou Palumbo (Head Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on AFC Championship Odds & Picks – Current Odds To Win AFC
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AFC Championship Game Odds (Moneyline):

Denver Broncos -230 @ WagerWeb
New England Patriots +210 @ BetOnline

It will be the 15th installment of Manning vs. Brady as the Denver Broncos (14–3 SU, 10–7 ATS) host the New England Patriots (13–4 SU, 10-7 ATS) for the AFC championship from Sports Authority Field at Mile High. This will be the fourth time the two future hall of famers have met in the playoffs, with Brady holding the winning two of the three. New England won the prior meeting in week 12 in one of the most exciting games of the NFL season. The Patriots trailed 24-0 at halftime, and rallied to win 34-31 overtime victory. Denver advanced to the championship game with a 24-17 victory over San Diego, while New England advanced with a 43-22 victory over Indianapolis. Since their meeting in week 12, both teams have gone 5-1 with each team losing in week 15.  Be sure to check out our current NFL Playoffs free prop picks, which will be updated each week during the post-season, in another NFL Playoffs handicapping article on the Bankroll Sports Betting Blog today.

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2013 Week 9 NFL Lines Breakdown – Current Week Nine NFL Odds

October 29th, 2013 by Travis Edwards (Bankroll Sports Contributor) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2013 Week 9 NFL Lines Breakdown – Current Week Nine NFL Odds
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Thursday Night NFL Week 9 Lines For 10/31/2013

Cincinnati (-2.5, 42.5) at Miami – 8:25 EST

Week 9 of the NFL kicks off on Thursday night as the Cincinnati Bengals (6-2 SU, 5-2-1 ATS) travel to Miami to take on the Dolphins (3-4 SU, 3-4 ATS) a team on a 4 game losing streak. Currently 92% of bets are on Cincinnati, and 93.2% on the action is on the over. The Dolphins need a win, as their backs are against the wall. If this line climbs to 3 or 3.5, I would expect the sharp money to come in on the home dog in this on. The whole Mike Pouncey ordeal might be a big distraction in the locker room. Definitely not a good thing to be having on a short week.


Sunday Week 9 NFL Lines & Odds For 11/3/2013

Atlanta at Carolina (-7.5, 44) – 1:05pm EST

The struggling Atlanta Falcons (2-5 SU, 2-5 ATS) travel to Carolina to take on the Panthers (4-3 SU, 4-3 ATS), winners of four in a row. Currently 53% of the public is on the Atlanta Falcons and 89% of the action is on the over. Carolina’s defense has been stellar as of late, and that could pose a problem for an Atlanta team that is struggling on offense. I would expect some sharp money to come in on the Falcons, as this is a key divisional game.

Minnesota at Dallas (-10, 47.5) – 1:05pm EST

The Minnesota Vikings (1-6 SU, 2-5 ATS) will head to Dallas to take on the Cowboys (4-4 SU, 7-1 ATS). Currently, about 65% of the bets are on the Cowboys, and 100% of the public is on the over. It will be interesting to see how Dallas responds after the heartbreaking defeat they suffered in Detroit. I would expect that this number will climb up to 12 or 13, and in that case, the sharps might jump in and take the dog in this one.

New Orleans (-5, 45) at New York (AFC) – 1:05pm EST

The New York Jets (4-4 SU, 5-3 ATS) will be looking to rebound from a 40 point loss as the New Orleans Saints (6-1 SU, 5-2 ATS) come to Met Life stadium. Currently 95% of the bets are on New Orleans, and 87% of the action is on the over, which is no surprise. The Jet defense will have their hands full with Saints offense.  If this number continues to climb, the sharp money will without a doubt be on the home dog.

Tennessee (-3, 39.5) at St. Louis – 1:05pm EST

The Tennessee Titans (3-1 SU, 4-2-1 ATS) head to St. Louis to take on the Rams, who are on a short week after a Monday night loss. Currently, 77% of the bets are on Tennesee, who is off a bye week. As far as the total, 66% of the action is on the under. I would have to expect that this line will climb, as teams that have played Seattle don’t fare well the following week. Arizona was the first team to win after playing Seattle, but they played the Seahawks on a Thursday night, so they had more time to recover.

Kansas City (-3, 40.5) at Buffalo 1:05pm EST

The only remaining undefeated team, Kansas City (7-0 SU, 5-3 ATS), will be taking on the Buffalo Bills (3-5 SU, 5-3 ATS) at Ralph Wilson stadium. The Chiefs are 3-0 ATS on the road, while the Bills are 4-0 ATS at home. Currently, around 78% of the public is on the Chiefs, which should come at no surprise. If this week 9 line climbs to 3.5 or 4, I would have to think that the sharp money will be on the home dog. This might be a bad spot for Kansas City, as they have a bye week the following week, and  a divisional game against Denver the next week.

San Diego (Pick, 51.5) at Washington 1:05pm EST

The San Diego Chargers, fresh off a bye, head to Washington for a 1 p.m. EST start to take on the Redskins. 77% of the public is on the Chargers, who will be traveling East for an early start for the third time this year. Surprisingly, the Chargers are 2-0 in those games, while in the past, they’ve struggled in early starts. It will be interesting to see the line movement, as I suspect this line to close at -1 or -2. Definitely will have to monitor the health of RG III.

Tampa Bay at Seattle (-16.5, 40) 4:05pm EST

The Seattle Seahawks (7-1 SU, 5-3 ATS) will host the winless Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-7 SU, 1-6 ATS). The Seahawks will be looking to rebound off a sloppy performance on Monday night against St. Louis. This line will continue to climb, as oddsmakers will continue to force bettors to pay a premium on Seattle at home.

Baltimore (-2.5, 41) at Cleveland 4:25pm EST

The Cleveland Browns (3-5 SU, 4-3 ATS) will host the Baltimore Ravens (3-4 SU, 4-3 ATS) in a key AFC North matchup. The Browns, currently an underdog, gave Kansas City all they could handle in week 8, and should give the Ravens a tough challenge as well. The last time these teams met in Week 2, Baltimore got the win, 14-6, however Cleveland was very competitive in the game. If this line climbs to 3 or 3.5, the sharp money will definitely be on Cleveland.

Pittsburgh at New England (-7, 44) – 4:25pm EST

New England (6-2, 4-4 ATS) are favored by a touchdown at home against the Pittsburgh Steelers (2-5 SU, 2-5 ATS). New England has won 2 out of the last 3 in this series. Pittsburgh has won 2 of the past 3 meetings in this series. Both teams are totally different since these teams last met. Check the status of Aqib Talib, because he is a difference maker in this secondary. When was the last time you could say that the Patriots have a better defense than the Steelers? That looks to be the case here. New England is currently getting about 76% of the action. If the line climbs above a touchdown, expect the sharps to come in on the dog.

Indianapolis (-2.5, 44.5) at Houston – 8:30pm EST

Both the Colts (5-2 SU, 4-3 ATS) and Texans (2-5 SU, 1-6 SU) are coming off a bye week. Currently, the Colts are 2.5 point favorites, are receiving about 90% of the action. This will be a very interesting matchup, as this will be the Colts’ first game without Reggie Wayne, Andrew Lucks’ main target. Check the status of both Arian Foster and Ben Tate for Houston. If this line should climb to 3 or 3.5, the sharp money will without a doubt be on the Texans, as they are really not as bad as their record would indicate.

Monday Night Football Week 9 NFL Lines For 11/3/2013

Chicago at Green Bay (-10.5, 49.5) 8:30pm – EST

The Chicago Bears (4-3 SU) visit the Green Bay Packers (5-2 SU, 4-3 ATS) in an NFC North divisional tilt. The Packers have been on a roll as of late, despite multiple injuries to key players on offense. This will be Chicago’s first game without starting QB Jay Cutler, who is out for a month with a groin injury. Josh McCown will get the start for Chicago. It will be interesting to see how this Bears defense responds with the starting QB out, because the rest of the team needs to step up. The Packers are getting about 52% of the action. There might be some value on Chicago at this number, and it should stay around 10 or 10.5.

2013 Week 8 NFL Football Lines Breakdown & Listing

October 22nd, 2013 by Travis Edwards (Bankroll Sports Contributor) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2013 Week 8 NFL Football Lines Breakdown & Listing
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The weekend of NFL Football action kicks off week 8 with the traditional Thursday night matchup (airing on the NFL Network).  In our week eight Thursday night matchup, the inconsistent Carolina Panthers (3-3) fresh off a week seven rebound-win against the Rams, will head down to Tampa Bay to take on Greg Shiano’s winless Buccaneers; who will likely be without their star running back, Doug Martin. The Carolina Panthers are listed as six point road favorites in this matchup. Keep an eye on the Martin Injury as this could change as the week goes on.

There are only a three other road favorite / home underdogs on the week 8 NFL lines schedule. These road favorites include;

The (2-4 SU & ATS) Pittsburgh Steelers, who are laying a field goal in Oakland against the 2013 London Week 8 NFL GameRaiders.  The (2-4 SU) Raiders currently sit in the basement of the very surprising AFC West division.  The Steelers are currently 0-3 straight up and 1-2 ATS on the road this year and would likely not be a favorite away from Heinz field against very many teams.  The struggling Raiders are currently 2-1 (both SU & ATS) at home in 2013 and have treated their bettors well with an overall 4-2 ATS record.  The sharps will be looking to cash in on the Raiders and will likely be hoping to get them at 3.5 or 4 by game time.

Another other road favorite will be on display in the nationally televised week 8 Sunday Night Primetime NFL game.  The week 8 Sunday night NFL matchup features Arron Rodgers and the streaking Green Bay Packers (4-2 SU & ATS), who head to the Metrodome to take on Adrian Peterson’s (1-4 SU) Minnesota Vikings.  The Vikings will feature new quarterback Josh Freeman in his second start.  Minnesota will also play their second prime time game in as many weeks.  The Vikings have not gotten great play from the quarterback position this season. Most experts believe that the quarterback carousel with stop with Josh Freeman. The Vegas NFL lines for week 8 on Sunday had the Packers opening at 6.5 point favorites against the Vikings, despite the major injures Green Bay has faced.  Their big injuries include Randall Cobb, Jermichael Finley, & Clay Matthews. We’re going to assume that the public will overlook/ignore the Packers road struggles & major injuries.  As a result, we will expect this line to go up to 7 or 7.5 by gametime.  My guess is that the sharps are hoping for the same thing as the Packers seem to be one of the most over-bet teams every week.

We also have the biggest road favorite/home dog of all the week 8 NFL game lines in the Monday Night Football matchup.  On Monday Night, the (5-1) Seahawks head on the road as 10.5-point favorites to take on the ailing St. Louis Rams.  Despite their (3-1 SU & ATS) road record, the Seahawks haven’t looked good on the road.  It may also surprise people to learn that second year standout, Russell Wilson is a career 6-6 in the road as a starter.  In fact, Wilson’s worst career start was when he faced the Rams last season. He finished the game on the Road vs the rams in 2012 with a 3 interceptions and 0 TDs, which was good for a 14.4 QBR.  Despite these facts, the 10 point spread is up from a 6 point opening line.  This is likely due to the injury of the Rams starting quarterback in Sam Bradford on Sunday.  Veteran backup, Kellen Clemens will get the start for the Rams. Clemens took over for the injured Bradford in the 4th quarter, and finished the game with a stat-line of: 2/4, 19 yards, No TDs, No INTs.  Clemens has career 62 QB rating and has twice as many turnovers as touchdowns in his career.

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In our first of two NFL International Series games, the red hot San Francisco 49ers (5-2 SU & ATS) will head to London to face the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars (0-7 SU & 1-6 ATS) in Wembly Stadium on Sunday.  This is the biggest point spread of the week as the week 8 NFL lines have the 49ers, who are coming off 4 straight wins, as 16.5 point favorites.  The oddsmakers clearly think the 49ers will do most of the scoring as the 40.5 point total is one of the lowest numbers on the board this week.  While this is technically a road favorite / home dog matchup, it’s not actually one as neither team has an advantage when playing on a neutral field in London.  The 49ers 2-1 ATS away from San Francisco and 5-1 ATS as a favorite this season.  The winless Jags were able to cover the spread just once in 2013, and it was on the road in Denver as 27 point underdogs.

Other big favorites from week eight’s game lines include the following;

The current superbowl odds favorite in (6-1 SU) Denver Broncos, are returning home from a highly publicized national TV loss , head to D.C. as big 13 point favorites against the (2-4 SU) Washington Redskins. The skins finally looked like the team from last season on offense. However, the opposite was true on Defense.  A struggling defense isn’t exactly something you want to have when your schedule has you playing in Denver against Peyton Manning’s high powered passing attack.

The fresh off a bye week in week 7, (5-1) New Orleans Saints welcome the (3-4) Buffalo Bills, who have been able to rally despite losing their Rookie sensation quarterback a few weeks ago. The Saints look to rebound from their heart-breaking loss to the New England Patriots last week. New Orleans has a top 5 passing offense as well as a top 10 passing defense this season. Excluding the final drive in the Patriots game, it’s been very surprising to see the Saints play defense like they have this year. The week 8 lines have the Saints listed as big 13 point favorites.  The Saints are  back to being another one of the public’s favorite teams to bet.  However, they have treating their bettors well this year with a 4-2 ATS record.

Bye Weeks For Week 8: Baltimore, Chicago, Houston, Indianapolis, San Diego, Tennessee

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NFL WEEK 8 LINES FOR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2013    
           
8:25 PM   103 CAROLINA  -6-110  o39½-110
    104 TAMPA BAY  +6-110  u39½-110
           
NFL WEEK 8 LINES FOR SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2013    
           
1:00 PM (EST)   209 SAN FRANCISCO  -17-110  o41-110
    210 JACKSONVILLE  +17-110  u41-110
           
1:00 PM (EST)   211 DALLAS  +3-105  o51-110
    212 DETROIT  -3-115  u51-110
           
1:00 PM (EST)   213 NY GIANTS  +6½-110  o54½-110
    214 PHILADELPHIA  -6½-110  u54½-110
           
1:00 PM (EST)   215 CLEVELAND  +7EV  o39½-110
    216 KANSAS CITY  -7-120  u39½-110
           
1:00 PM (EST)   217 BUFFALO  +12½-110  o50-110
    218 NEW ORLEANS  -12½-110  u50-110
           
1:00 PM (EST)   219 MIAMI  +7-115  o45½-110
    220 NEW ENGLAND  -7-105  u45½-110
           
4:05 PM (EST)   221 NY JETS  +6½-110  o41-110
    222 CINCINNATI  -6½-110  u41-110
           
4:05 PM (EST)   223 PITTSBURGH  -3EV  o40½-110
    224 OAKLAND  +3-120  u40½-110
           
4:25 PM (EST)   225 WASHINGTON  +13½-110  o57½-110
    226 DENVER  -13½-110  u57½-110
           
4:25 PM (EST)   227 ATLANTA  +2½-105  o45-110
    228 ARIZONA  -2½-115  u45-110
           
8:30 PM (EST)   229 GREEN BAY  -7½-110  o48-110
    230 MINNESOTA  +7½-110  u48-110
           
MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL WEEK 8 LINES FOR SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2013
           
8:40 PM (EST)   231 SEATTLE  -11-110  o41½-110
    232 ST. LOUIS  +11-110  u41½-110

2013 NFL Week 7 Lines – Week Seven Odds Breakdown

October 17th, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2013 NFL Week 7 Lines – Week Seven Odds Breakdown
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Andre JohnsonIt should be quite the interesting week of NFL betting action in Week 7, as some of the top teams in the league square off against one another with playoff positioning firmly being on the line. Don’t miss our look at the Week 7 odds and all of the NFL betting lines for this week.

There’s no game on the board this week that is more important than the clash between the Indianapolis Colts and the Denver Broncos. Simply put, this is the biggest regular season game that the Colts have played since moving to Baltimore. They are taking on their former QB Peyton Manning, a legend in Indianapolis and a man for whom many teenagers are named for both in Indiana and in Tennessee. You won’t find a more loved man in the city that doesn’t currently play for the Colts, and there is going to be a huge tribute to Manning for what he did in Indy prior to this game. It should be emotional for sure, and we expect that Manning is going to be in his element playing in his old home. The Broncos, who have the best team in football right now, are -6.5 in this one, and that makes them the second biggest road favorites of the weekend. This game also features a ‘total’ of 56, the highest of the weekend.

The other road favorites of note and substance this weekend are the San Diego Chargers and the Seattle Seahawks. The Seahawks take on the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday Night Football this week, while the Bolts are going against the winless (and hapless) Jacksonville Jaguars. Seattle is giving 5.5 in this one, which is a far cry from the 58-0 score that these two teams played to last year. Don’t be shocked if this one is about some payback in the NFC West, as the Cards can get within just one game of the division lead if they can pull off this shocker. Jacksonville meanwhile, is the biggest home underdog of the weekend, as it is a 7.5-point pup. However, with the Chargers flying across the country and playing at 10:00 AM local time game the week after playing on Monday Night Football, the deck is stacked in favor of the hosts. If there was ever a game in which Jacksonville was going to beat a good team, this would be the game.

And then there are some games this weekend that just look flat out weird. The San Francisco 49ers are only laying four on the road against the Tennessee Titans, who are still using QB Ryan Fitzpatrick at quarterback. Meanwhile, the Carolina Panthers are -6.5 and bordering on -7 at home against the St. Louis Rams in a battle of teams that, at least on paper, look relatively comparable. The Washington Redskins have a significantly worse record than the Chicago Bears, and the argument could be made that these two teams will finish nowhere near each other this year. However, off of their bye week, QB Robert Griffin III and the Redskins are only a pick ’em at home against Chicago, insinuating that this could be the best game of the day on the Week 7 betting lines. Perhaps the oddest of the odd? The New York Jets are only +3.5 at home against the New England Patriots, who feel like they should be favored by at least a TD in this one.

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Not every game is complete lopsided by looks, though. The Houston Texans are in desperate need of a victory, and they are going to try to snap their four-game losing streak against the unbeaten Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs just broke the record for the loudest crowd road ever at an NFL game at 137.7 dB, and you know that this is going to be amped up for this game against the two-time defending AFC South champs. QB Matt Schaub is highly suspect at this point, and he is questionable for this game with a leg injury. The Houston offense needs any spark that it can get. The Texans are sharp for sure, and they are +6.5 on the road at Arrowhead. This game features the lowest ‘total’ of the day at 39.5, and it is one of the four games on the docket with ‘totals’ of 41 or lower, making it the lowest scoring week by average ‘total’ in NFL betting action this year.

The Detroit Lions and the Cincinnati Bengals were both laughing stocks for a number of years, but now, they are both division leaders with a chance to really put their foot down in their respective divisions. The Bengals are on the road at Ford Field, where they are getting 2.5, though Detroit is still wondering if it is going to have its best offensive weapon, WR Calvin Johnson ready to go in this game.

The Philadelphia Eagles are -2.5 at home with QB Nick Foles calling the shots against the Dallas Cowboys in a game where first place is on the line in the NFC East. The Miami Dolphins are -7.5 at home against the Buffalo Bills, who could be starting either QB Thad Lewis or the newly acquired QB Matt Flynn under center this week. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are getting 7.5 against the Atlanta Falcons, who also have injury problems the likes of which you wouldn’t believe. When he gets in the huddle on Sunday, the only skill player that might be looking back at QB Matt Ryan that was starting the season in that huddle is TE Tony Gonzalez. WR Roddy White, WR Julio Jones, and RB Steven Jackson all expect to be sitting this one out.

In the 4:00 ET hour, the Pittsburgh Steelers are trying to salvage their season, something that they will be able to accomplish if they can beat the NFL betting lines against the Baltimore Ravens. The Steelers are -2.5 at home against the defending Super Bowl champs. Elsewhere, the Green Bay Packers, even without LB Clay Matthews and WR Randall Cobb, are -10.5 at home against the Cleveland Browns.

Sadly, the worst game of the week is probably the Monday Night Football game. The winless New York Giants are favored by 3.5 to get their first victory of the campaign against the one-win Minnesota Vikings, who are going to be starting QB Josh Freeman, marking their third starting quarterback thus far in six games on the season.

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Week 7 NFL Point Spreads for Thursday, October 17th
303 Seattle Seahawks -5.5
304 Arizona Cardinals +5.5
Over/Under 41

Week 7 NFL Lines for Sunday, October 20th (1:00 ET Kickoffs)
397 New England Patriots -3.5
398 New York Jets +3.5
Over/Under 43.5

399 San Diego Chargers -7.5
400 Jacksonville Jaguars +7.5
Over/Under 45.5

401 Houston Texans +6
402 Kansas City Chiefs -6
Over/Under 39.5

403 Cincinnati Bengals +2.5
404 Detroit Lions -2.5
Over/Under 47

405 Buffalo Bills +7.5
406 Miami Dolphins -7.5
Over/Under 42.5

407 Chicago Bears pk
408 Washington Redskins pk
Over/Under 50

409 Dallas Cowboys +2.5
410 Philadelphia Eagles -2.5
Over/Under 54.5

411 St. Louis Rams +6.5
412 Carolina Panthers -6.5
Over/Under 42

413 Tampa Bay Buccaneers +7.5
414 Atlanta Falcons -7.5
Over/Under 43

NFL Week 7 Lines for Sunday, October 20th (4:00 ET Kickoffs)
415 San Francisco 49ers -4
416 Tennessee Titans +4
Over/Under 40

417 Cleveland Browns +10.5
418 Green Bay Packers -10.5
Over/Under 46.5

419 Baltimore Ravens +2.5
420 Pittsburgh Steelers -2.5
Over/Under 41

Week 7 Sunday Night Football Lines for Sunday, October 20th
421 Denver Broncos -6.5
422 Indianapolis Colts +6.5
Over/Under 56

Monday Night Football Week 7 Spreads for Monday, October 21st
423 Minnesota Vikings +3.5
424 New York Giants -3.5
Over/Under 46.5

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

2013 AT&T National Odds, Free Golf Picks & Tournament Preview

June 25th, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in Golf / PGA Tour   Comments Off on 2013 AT&T National Odds, Free Golf Picks & Tournament Preview
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AT&T National GolfThe Tiger Woods Foundation is set to host its annual AT&T National at Congressional Country Club, the site of the 2011 US Open for PGA betting fanatics and aficionados alike. Try to beat the AT&T National betting odds with us here at Bankroll Sports, as we take a look at one of the more illustrious tournaments on the PGA Tour schedule!

Over the course of the last few years, a lot of the best golfers in the world played at Congressional, knowing that the US Open rolled through our nation’s capitol recently. However, the recent winners, Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy are both sitting this tournament out, leaving Adam Scott (Odds To Win 2013 AT&T National: 11.50 to 1 @ SportBet Sportsbook) to be the favorite of the AT&T National. Scott won the Masters this year, but he hasn’t had a Top 10 finish in three games since that point. He was atrocious two weeks ago at the US Open, finishing up at +15 without a single round better than 72. That’s why it’s a bit surprising to see Scott as the favorite on the golf odds this week, though if you look at the rest of the field, you’ll understand why.

2013 AT&T National Predictions & Info
2013 AT&T National Dates: Thursday, June 27th – Sunday, June 30th, 2013
2013 AT&T National Location: Congressional Country Club Blue Course, Bethesda, MD
Defending AT&T National Winner: Tiger Woods
2013 AT&T National TV Coverage – Network: Golf Channel, CBS

The most recent defending champion of this event that is going to be playing starting on Thursday is Nick Watney (AT&T National Odds: 50 to 1 @ SportBet Sportsbook). This isn’t a bad price that on a golfer that has a good history on this golf course, but the form that Watney is in has been terrible. He finished 95th, 116th, and 89th in his last three tournaments, missing the cut in all three tournaments. In fact, over the course of his last nine rounds, he hasn’t put together better than a 70, a number that he broke in six of his prior seven rounds before that point. Watney might be worth considering, but it’s going to take a huge turnaround from what we have seen of late to get him into the winner’s circle this week.

List Of Past AT&T National Winners (Since 2000)
2012 – Tiger Woods
2011 – Nick Watney
2010 – Justin Rose
2009 – Tiger Woods
2008 – Anthony Kim
2007 – KJ Choi

If you’re looking for someone in good form though, the man that you might want to back is Billy Horschel (Odds To Win The AT&T National: 22 to 1 @ SportBet Sportsbook). Very quietly, Horschel has had a great season. He won the Zurich Classic of New Orleans back in the end of April, and he has now logged back to back Top 10 finishes, including finishing tied for fourth at the US Open. This is a very similar type of course to the one at the FedEx St. Jude Classic which Horschel played the week before the US Open though, and he finished tied for 10th in that event. You wouldn’t normally place a bet on a golfer like Horschel, but we have to think that there is at least a 1 in 20 chance that he is going to walk away with the title against a field that is relatively weak in nature.

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Hunter Mahan (AT&T National Lines: 17 to 1 @ SportBet Sportsbook) could be in for a nice week as well. He is the third favorite on the golf betting lines this week, and we actually recommended playing him in this tournament last year. He finished tied for eighth against a significantly better field on a course that played very tough that week. Of course, that’s nothing new for Mahan this year. He finished fourth at the US Open by shooting +5 at Meridian, and he followed that up last week by taking 24th at the Travelers Championship. Mahan continues to put together reasonable performance after reasonable performance, and though he hasn’t won this year, he has the disposition to finish things off this week and get that elusive win.

Odds to Win AT&T National @ SportBet Sportsbook (as of 6/25/13):
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Adam Scott 11.50 to 1
Jason Day 16 to 1
Hunter Mahan 17 to 1
Brandt Snedeker 20 to 1
Billy Horschel 22 to 1
Rickie Fowler 24 to 1
Bo Van Pelt 30 to 1
Graham Delaet 35 to 1
Scott Stallings 35 to 1
Bill Haas 40 to 1
Jim Furyk 40 to 1
Charley Hoffman 45 to 1
Chris Kirk 50 to 1
Freddie Jacobson 50 to 1
Jimmy Walker 50 to 1
Nick Watney 50 to 1
Ryan Palmer 50 to 1
John Huh 55 to 1
Charles Howell III 60 to 1
Harris English 60 to 1
Jeff Overton 60 to 1
KJ Choi 60 to 1
Martin Laird 60 to 1
Chris Stroud 65 to 1
Brendon De Jonge 70 to 1
John Rollins 70 to 1
Kevin Chappell 70 to 1
Marc Leishman 70 to 1
Robert Garrigus 70 to 1
Pat Perez 75 to 1
Angel Cabrera 80 to 1
John Senden 80 to 1
Nicolas Colsaerts 80 to 1
Russell Henley 80 to 1
Patrick Reed 95 to 1
Ben Crane 100 to 1
Luke Guthrie 100 to 1
Martin Flores 100 to 1
Ken Duke 110 to 1
Brian Davis 125 to 1
Cameron Tringale 125 to 1
Camilo Villegas 125 to 1
Chez Reavie 125 to 1
David Lingmerth 125 to 1
Gary Woodland 125 to 1
Jonas Blixt 125 to 1
Jordan Spieth 125 to 1
Morgan Hoffman 125 to 1
Brian Stuard 150 to 1
Nicholas Thompson 150 to 1
Bud Cauley 175 to 1
David Hearn 175 to 1
Greg Chalmers 175 to 1
John Merrick 175 to 1
Roberto Castro 175 to 1
Stewart Cink 180 to 1
JJ Henry 185 to 1
Ryo Ishikawa 185 to 1
Sang Moon Bae 185 to 1
James Driscoll 200 to 1
James Hahn 200 to 1
Jason Kokrak 200 to 1
Matt Every 200 to 1
Matt Jones 200 to 1
Ricky Barnes 200 to 1
Rory Sabbatini 200 to 1
Seung Yul Noh 200 to 1
Shawn Stefani 200 to 1
Stuart Appleby 200 to 1
Brendan Steele 225 to 1
Johnson Wagner 225 to 1
Johnson Wagner 225 to 1
Justin Hicks 225 to 1
Bob Estes 250 to 1
Bryce Molder 250 to 1
Mark Wilson 250 to 1
Tommy Gainey 250 to 1
Vijay Singh 250 to 1
Davis Love III 275 to 1
Jonathan Byrd 275 to 1
Lucas Glover 275 to 1
Scott Langley 275 to 1
George McNeill 285 to 1
William McGirt 285 to 1
Aaron Baddeley 300 to 1
Andres Romero 300 to 1
Ben Curtis 300 to 1
Brian Harman 300 to 1
Richard H. Lee 300 to 1
Robert Allenby 300 to 1
Sean O’Hair 300 to 1
Jeff Maggert 325 to 1
Justin Leonard 325 to 1
Ted Potter Jr. 325 to 1
Trevor Immelman 325 to 1
Brandt Jobe 350 to 1
Daniel Summerhays 375 to 1
Tag Ridings 385 to 1
Will Claxton 385 to 1
Brad Fritsch 400 to 1
Charlie Wi 400 to 1
Charlie Beljan 425 to 1
Erik Compton 425 to 1
Jason Bohn 425 to 1
Scott Brown 425 to 1
Vaughn Taylor 425 to 1
Henrik Norlander 450 to 1
Ben Kohles 500 to 1
Robert Streb 500 to 1
YE Yang 515 to 1
Casey Wittenberg 525 to 1
Greg Owen 585 to 1
Tom Gillis 585 to 1
DH Lee 600 to 1
Stephen Ames 600 to 1
Troy Matteson 600 to 1
Derek Ernst 625 to 1
Chad Campbell 725 to 1
Chris Williams 725 to 1
Doug LaBelle II 775 to 1
Arjun Atwal 1,000 to 1
Colt Knost 1,000 to 1
David Mathis 1,000 to 1
Dicky Pride 1,000 to 1
Fabian Gomez 1,000 to 1
Joe Ogilvie 1,000 to 1
Justin Bolli 1,000 to 1
Steven Fox 1,000 to 1

Odds To Win 2013 NBA MVP: MVP Picks and Predictions

February 3rd, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NBA Basketball   Comments Off on Odds To Win 2013 NBA MVP: MVP Picks and Predictions
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MVP OddsThis year more than most, the odds to win the MVP award are going to be tight in the NBA. There are a number of candidates that could ultimately go on to win the award, and here at Bankroll Sports, we’re taking a look at some of the top contenders right now and where they currently stand in the chase for the most illustrious individual honor in the NBA.

The new favorite to win the MVP award this year is Kevin Durant (Current NBA MVP Odds: 1 to 1.40 at BetDSI Sportsbook). Durant is the league’s leading scorer at 29.6 points per game this year, a solid point ahead of the field. He is a fantastic shooter that is likely to win the NBA’s scoring title once again, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that he is going to win the MVP award. Durant has won the scoring title before, but he has never been the league’s MVP. However, with G Russell Westbrook hanging around as really his only helper on his own team, the writers might give Durant the benefit of the doubt this year now that G James Harden is gone.

It still goes without saying though, that LeBron James (Odds To Win 2012-13 NBA MVP Award: 1.20 to 1 at BetDSI Sportsbook) is capable of winning the MVP award this year. It’s not new news for LeBron to be a contender for the MVP, knowing that he has been the MVP three times already in his career. James is still the leader of the Miami Heat, and there isn’t a player in the league that is more dynamic than he is. King James is averaging 26.5 points, 8.3 rebounds, and 7.0 assists per game, and he is playing almost 39 minutes per game as well. If this were purely a statistical competition, James would be the winner of the MVP award just about every year. We think that LBJ clearly has the best price of all of the MVP contenders this year.

Aside from these two men, there really isn’t a lot to back in terms of MVP candidates this year. This is the first time in quite some time that we don’t think that Kobe Bryant is truly a contender for the award, though he is still listed at 30 to 1 to take the honor. Instead, the only other legit contender right now is the New York Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony (NBA MVP Lines: 10 to 1 at BetDSI Sportsbook). Melo is second in the league in scoring at 28.5 pooints per game, and he is really putting the Knicks on his back and carrying them to the Atlantic Division title in all likelihood. Every time that New York plays a big game, it seems like Anthony is the man right in the thick of it all. We would like to see Anthony put together some more double-doubles, knowing that he is only averaging 6.2 boards per game, but we know that he has done a great job as a clutch performer this year. If there were ever a season that Melo was going to win the MVP award, this would be the year for that to happen.

NBA MVP Odds @ Diamond Sportsbook (as of 2/3/13):
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Carmelo Anthony (New York Knicks) 10 to 1
Chris Paul (Los Angeles Clippers) 20 to 1
Kevin Durant (Oklahoma City Thunder) 1 to 1.40
Kobe Bryant (Los Angeles Lakers) 30 to 1
LeBron James (Miami Heat) 1.20 to 1
Russell Westbrook (Oklahoma City Thunder) 50 to 1
Tim Duncan (San Antonio Spurs) 50 to 1