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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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odds-to-win-afc-championshipThe 2013 NFL Playoffs are here! It’s time to take a look at the odds to win the AFC, as we break down the 6 AFC Playoff teams that are in the thick of the fight and take a look at each of their prices to win the AFC, sponsored by WagerWeb Sportsbook, home the 200% Deposit Bonus

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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Denver Broncos -5.5
New England Patriots +5.5

NFC Championship Odds – Odds to Win the 2014 NFC Championship

January 17th, 2014 by Lou Palumbo (Head Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on NFC Championship Odds – Odds to Win the 2014 NFC Championship
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2013-14 NFC Championship Lines For the 49ers @ Seahawks

NFC ChampionshipArguably the NFL’s most fierce rivalry will culminate in Sundays NFC championship when the Seattle Seahawks (14-3 SU, 11-6 ATS) host the San Francisco 49ers (14–4 SU, 11–5-2 ATS) from CenturyLink Field in Seattle. The two teams split the season series, with Seattle winning in week 2, 29-3. San Francisco returned the favor in week 14, winning 19-17. Both teams boast top tier defenses as each team was ranked in top 3 in total defense in the regular season. Since the 2012 season, both teams have held serve at home with Seattle’s wins being a lot more convincing. Seattle comes into Sunday’s game winners on three out of their last five, while San Francisco has been the league’s hottest team, winning eight in a row. Seattle advanced to the championship game defeating New Orleans 23-15. San Francisco advanced by winning at Carolina 23-10.

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San Francisco 49ers Win NFC Championship Game +170
Seattle Seahawks Win NFC Championship Game +185

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San Francisco 49ers +3.5
Seattle Seahawks -3.5

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San Francisco 49ers Win NFC Championship Game +300
Atlanta Falcons Win NFC Championship Game +180

Free 2013 NFL Playoff Picks – Divisional Weekend Prop Bet Picks

January 11th, 2014 by Chad A. Dawkins | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on Free 2013 NFL Playoff Picks – Divisional Weekend Prop Bet Picks
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Free 2013-14 NFL Playoff Picks For The Listed Prop Bets Odds Below

Free NFL Team Prop Picks For The Divisional Playoff Weekend

Team Prop Picks (Posted Prior To 1/11/2014 Divisional Playoff Games)

Will a wild card team team WIN the Super Bowl?
Free Team Prop Bet Picks: YES +200

Will a wild card team team PLAY IN the Super Bowl?
Free Team Prop Bet Picks: YES +110

This prop looks There are currently 3 wildcard teams left in the playoffs and one of them is favored to get to the Conference Championship. The San Francisco 49ers are one of the hottest teams and are poised to get back to the Super Bowl. The Chargers have caught lightning in a bottle and look to be one of those teams that could make an improbable run.  The Saints are a well-coached team that is playing with a huge chip on their shoulder.

Free NFL Playoff Prop Picks For Saturday, January 11, 2014

Saints vs Seahawks (-8, 46.5) – 4:35pm ET on FOX:

Drew Brees – Total Passing Yards
Prop Bet Free Pick: Under 265.5 (-115)
I believe there is some value in this one, as it looks like the Saints are running the ball pretty well. Running the ball and sustaining drives can take the crowd out of the game, and that’s one thing the Saints will need to do to be successful.

Marshawn Lynch – Total Rushing Yards
Prop Bet Free Pick: Under 85.5 (+105)
The Saints held Philadelphia to 80 yards rushing last Saturday. The Eagles had the best rushing attack in all of the NFL last year. The Saints defense is much underrated and they are coming in with a big chip on their shoulder.

Colts vs Patriots (-7, 51) – 8:00pm ET on CBS:

Tom Brady – Total Passing yards
Free Prop Pick –  Under 270.5 (-105)
The Patriots behind LeGarrette Blount and Stevan Ridley have become a run first team behind a dominant offensive line. Brady will get his yards, but I think the running game will be a major factor in some adverse weather conditions.

T.Y. Hilton – Total Receptions
Free Prop Pick – Under 5.5 (+120)
Bill Belichick has a history of taking the biggest threat of an opposing offense out of the game. This New England defense held Jimmy Graham of the Saints without a reception.

Free NFL Playoff Prop Bet Picks For Sunday, January 12, 2014

49ers (-1, 41) vs Panthers – 1:00pm ET on FOX

Colin Kaepernick – Total Rushing yards
Prop Bet Free Pick:  Over 39.5 (-125)
With all of his pass-catching weapons, Kaepernick has at his disposal this time around, I believe it will create a lot more opportunities to take off. It wouldn’t surprise me to see him break off two or three runs of 15-20 yards.

Cam Newton – Total Passing Yards
Prop Bet Free Pick: Under 219.5 (+105)
With the emergence of Keenan Allen and the addition of Danny Woodhead, Antonio Gates’ role has somewhat diminished this season. I still think he’s one of the best offensive weapons on San Diego’s roster. It might be a little too good to be true, but I think Gates could manage to get over this number.

Chargers vs Broncos (-9, 54.5) – 4:30pm ET on CBS

Philip Rivers – Total Passing yards
Prop Bet Free Pick – Under 270.5 (-115)
The Chargers are a ball control offense, and that has definitely been the case in their two previous meetings against Denver. I would expect the Chargers to try to control the clock and have success running the ball.

Peyton Manning – Total Passing Yards
Prop Bet Free Pick – Under 325.5 (-105)
If the Chargers control the clock like they have in the two previous games, I don’t see Manning getting above 300 yards. San Diego’s defense is also playing at a very high level.

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2013 NFL Playoff Odds – Divisional Round Lines

January 9th, 2014 by Lou Palumbo (Head Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2013 NFL Playoff Odds – Divisional Round Lines
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Here you will find the listing of all the NFL Divisional Playoff lines from 5 Dimes Sportsbook
These include spreads & totals for the NFL Playoffs Divisional round games at 5 Dimes Sportsbook

Three of these 2013-14 NFL Playoffs matchups are rematches of regular season games this year. 

2013 NFL Playoffs Lines For Saturday, January 11, 2014

Seahawks vs Saints Line

Last Saturday, Drew Brees & the Saints were able to come away with their 1st ever road playoff win. Their reward? A trip to Seattle to face Russell Wilson & Seahawks at “The Clink”. Current Line: Seattle -7.5 (Over/Under 46.5)

New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks
Game Time: 4:35pm (EST) ♦ TV Network: FOX
Divisional Playoff Line: Seahawks -8  Total: 46.5

The New Orleans Saints (12-5, SU, 9-8 ATS) will take on the Seattle Seahawks (13-3 SU, 11-5 ATS) for a chance to advance to the NFC championship. These two teams met back in week 13, in a dominant 34-7 victory by the Seahawks. Heading into the playoffs one would think that the Saints had absolutely no chance of winning in Seattle due to this past regular season matchup and the fact that most assumed that the Saints would not be able to win the type game where they were required to run the ball and play a physical grind-it-out game on the road and in cold weather. However, the Saints proved the critics wrong last Saturday by winning their first playoff road game 26-24 at Philadelphia. However, the Seahawks and their stingy defense are currently 7-1 at home this season, with their only loss coming to Arizona 17-10.  Their home field advantage may be the best in the NFL.  They seem to fluster teams early and throw a lot of early punches.  It will take an even more physical attack and lot of mental toughness to come away with this one.  Most think the Saints will not be able to handle what Seattle will dish out this Saturday.  Russell Wilson’s Seahawks are now listed as 8 point favorites from most books as of today.  However, this NFC divisional playoff line is down from an opening line of 8.5. The total may be the more interesting straight to watch here as 46.5 seems high for most Seattle games, but their last matchup finished with only 41 (league average 48).  The Saints are long shots according to the latest odds to win the Superbowl, with a 22 to 1 payout if they win it all this year.  Meanwhile Seattle is the current favorite at 3 to 1.

Indianapolis Colts at New England Patriots
Game Time: 8:15pm (EST)  TV Network: CBS
Divisional Playoff Odds: Patriots -7  Over/Under: 51
The AFC South champion Indianapolis Colts (12-5 SU, 10-6-1 ATS) are coming off one of the most improbable comebacks in playoff history. The Colts rallied from a 28 point deficit to defeat Kansas City in the Wildcard round 45-44. Andrew Luck and his island of misfit toys will try to keep this momentum going as they head over to Foxboro, Massachusetts to take on Tom Brady and the playoff-experienced, New England Patriots (12–4 SU, 9-7 ATS). The last meeting between these two teams was in November of the 2012 season.  In last seasons week 11, fans watched an exciting offensive show which racked up almost 900 yards of total offense (over 400+ for both offenses). Brady just kept throwing punches and then rookie, Andrew Luck couldn’t keep up.  Luck had thrown 3 interceptions in the 59-24 New England victory; and the Patriots were able to levy the “Chuck Strong” wave that had taken the league by storm. But that was a Colts team with no experience in big matchups and was also a much stronger New England team in a lot of ways. As of today, the Colts have won four straight heading into this one and are feeling good about themselves after their epic comeback.  However, the Patriots were rolling themselves as they have won five of their last six.  Many would say that the Patriots (as the #2 seed) got the better draw in Indianapolis, while Denver drew a more formidable matchup in the Chargers.  However, Superbowl teams don’t complain about their draw in the divisional playoff round when getting a first round bye in the NFL playoffs.  Most consensus lines for this AFC divisional playoff game have the Patriots listed as 7 point favorites at home against Andrew Luck and the Colts.  The total for this game opened at 52.5 and is down to 51. Check out the Colts & the Patriots Superbowl Odds.

NFL Divisional Playoffs Odds For Sunday, January 12, 2013

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Last week, Colin Kaepernick & the 49ers (-2.5) reminded everyone why they are the reigning NFC Champions. They head to Carolina as 1 pt. favorites to face Cam Newton & the Panthers

San Francisco 49ers at Carolina Panthers
Game Time: 1:00pm (EST)  TV Network: FOX
Divisional Playoff Line: 49ers -1  Over/Under: 42

In the Sunday NFC Divisional Playoff game, the San Francisco 48ers (13–4 SU, 10–5-2 ATS) will travel East for their second meeting this season with the Carolina Panthers (12-4 SU, 10-6 ATS). The 49ers (Divisional Round Odds to win the Superbowl: 6 to 1) defeated the Green Bay Packers 23-20 in the Wildcard round in sub-zero temperatures. In the first meeting this season, the 49ers lost to the Panthers 10-9 in one of the more physical games this season and perhaps Colin Kaepernick’s worst performance this season. The 49ers failed to score a point in the 2nd half while Carolina was able to get a go-ahead field goal in the 2nd half. While it wasn’t one of Cam Newton’s best performances either, the difference in this game was a 20 yard TD run by DeAngelo Williams.  San Francisco has won seven games in a row heading into this one, while the Panthers have won three games in a row with the week off.  Colin Kaepernick and the red hot 49ers, opened at 2.5 point favorites and are now down to -1.  The 49ers are the only road favorite of the four divisional playoff lines for this weekend.  This line has seen a lot of movement since the end of the Green Bay / San Francisco game.

San Diego Chargers at Denver Broncos (-7, 46.5) 4:40 PM EST on CBS
Game Time: 4:40pm (EST)  TV Network: CBS
Current Line: Broncos -9.5  Over/Under: 54.5
The San Diego Chargers (10-7 SU, 9-7-1 ATS) defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 27-10 last Sunday in the biggest upset thus far in the playoffs. They will take on their AFC West rival, in Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos (13–3 SU, 10–6 ATS) in what will be their third meeting this season (rubber match). Both matchups this season were fantastic games.  Manning and the Broncos won their first meeting 28-20 on the road in sunny San Diego.  Phillip Rivers and the Chargers came out victorious 27-20 on the road in Denver just a few weeks ago (in week 15). Many question whether Peyton Manning can win in the cold weather, making his Choice of Denver during his free agency period back in 2010-11 an interesting one. This is Mannings second go-around with the Broncos after losing a tough loss to the Ravens in last year’s Divisional playoff round.  While it won’t be freezing cold temperatures in Denver on Sunday, it won’t be warm either, with an expected gametime temperature around 38°.  The Chargers have been playing very sound football as of late.  And, prior to their first NFL Playoff win in a while win over the Bengals last week, they have stayed off most people’s radar while doing so.  San Diego has won their last four games.  But, the offensive powerhouse that is, Manning’s Bronco offense has won four out of their last five (with their sole loss being to the Chargers. The oddsmakers opened this AFC Divisional playoff line at Denver -9.5 and it has been bet up to 1 at some books.  The betting public loves to put their money in Peyton Manning’s hands, and that is why they are listed as the current favorite to win the AFC.  Their current odds to win the AFC Championship are listed at t

2013 Week 17 NFL Lines – Week 17 NFL Football Odds

December 28th, 2013 by Bankroll Sports Staff | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2013 Week 17 NFL Lines – Week 17 NFL Football Odds
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Listed below you will find the complete listing of all the 2013 Week 17 NFL lines for all the upcoming final week’s matchups from JustBet Sportsbook

2013 Week 17 NFL Lines For Sunday, 12/29:

Houston at Tennessee (-7, 44) 1:00 PM EST
The Houston Texans (2–13 SU, 3–12 ATS) will be looking to snap a 13 game losing streak when they travel to Tennessee to take on the Titans (6-9 SU, 6-6–3 ATS). These teams last met in week 2 with Houston winning 30–24 in overtime.

Cleveland at Pittsburgh (-7, 44) 1:00 PM EST
The Pittsburgh Steelers (7-8 SU, 8-7 ATS) need some help but could sneak into the playoffs with a win over Cleveland (4–11 SU, 6–9–1 ATS) and a loss by the Ravens, Dolphins, and Chargers. Pittsburgh won their previous meeting in week 12 27–11.

Washington at New York (N) (-3.5, 45.5) 1:00 PM EST
The Washington Redskins (3–12 SU, 5–10 ATS) and New York Giants face off in the final regular-season matchup. The Giants (6–9 SU, 6–9 ATS) won their previous meeting 24–17 in week 13.

Baltimore at Cincinnati (-5.5, 44.5) 1:00 PM EST
The Baltimore (8-7 SU, 7-7-1 ATS) and Cincinnati Bengals meet in an AFC North tilt. Cincinnati (10-5 SU, 9-5-1 ATS) clinched the division with Baltimore losing last weekend. Cincinnati can clinch a first-round bye with a win and a loss by the New England Patriots. Baltimore can clinch a playoff berth with a win in a loss by San Diego or Miami.

Jacksonville at Indianapolis (-11.5, 45.5) 1:00 PM EST
The Jacksonville Jaguars (4–11 SU, 6–9 ATS) will take on the Indianapolis Colts from Lucas Oil Stadium. Indianapolis (10-5 SU, 8-6-1 ATS) can clinch a first round bye with a win and a loss by both Cincinnati and New England.

New York (A) at Miami (-6.5, 41) 1:00 PM EST
The New York Jets (7-8 SU, 9-6 ATS) will be looking to spoil the Miami Dolphins’ (8-7 SU, 9-6 ATS) postseason plans. Miami can clinch a playoff berth with a win and a Baltimore loss, or a win in a San Diego win. The Dolphins won the previous match up to 3–3 at New York.

Carolina (NL) at Atlanta 1:00 PM EST
The Carolina Panthers (11-4 SU, 10-5 ATS) will look to lock up the NFC South division and the #2 seed with a win over the Atlanta Falcons (4-11 SU, 6-9 ATS). The Panthers can also clinch the #1 seed with a win combined with a Seattle loss and a San Francisco win.

Detroit at Minnesota (-3, 51.5) 1:00 PM EST
The Detroit Lions (7-8 SU, 6-9 ATS) will look to finish the season above .500 as they take on the Minnesota Vikings (4-10-1 SU, 8-7 ATS). The Lions won their previous matchup in week 1 34–24.

Tampa Bay at New Orleans (-12.5, 47) 1:00 PM EST

The New Orleans Saints (10-5, SU, 7-8 ATS) can clinch a playoff spot with a win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-11 SU, 6-9 ATS). They can clinch the NFC South title with a win and a Carolina loss. The Saints won the previous meeting this season 14–12.

Buffalo at New England (-9, 47) 4:25 PM EST
The New England Patriots (11–4 SU, 8-7 ATS) will look to clinch a first round bye when they host the Buffalo Bills (6–9 SU, 8-7 ATS). New England can also clinch the #1 seed with a win and a Denver loss.

Green Bay at Chicago (NL) 4:25 PM EST
The Green Bay Packers (7-7-1 SU, 5-10 ATS) will travel to Soldier Field to take on the Chicago Bears (8-7 SU, 4-9-2 ATS) to determine the NFC North winner. There is still no word on who will get the start at quarterback for the Packers.

Denver (-11.5, 53.5) at Oakland 4:25 PM EST
The Denver Broncos (12–3 SU, 9–6 ATS) can clinch the #1 seed with a win over Oakland (4–11 SU, 8–7 ATS) or a loss by the New England Patriots. Denver clinched the AFC West title last week, as Peyton Manning broke the single-season touchdown mark against Houston. Terrell Pryor will reportedly get the start at quarterback for Oakland.

Kansas City at San Diego (-10, 45) 4:25 PM EST

Kansas City (11–4 SU, 8–7 ATS) has locked up the #5 seed, yet San Diego (8-7 SU, 8-6-1 ATS) needs a win and some help to sneak into the playoffs. The Chargers can get into the playoffs as the #6 seed with a win or a tie and a Miami and Baltimore loss.

San Francisco (-1) at Arizona 4:25 PM EST
San Francisco (11–4 SU, 9–5-1 ATS) clinched a playoff berth with a win over Atlanta last Monday night. They can clinch a #2 seed and the NFC West crown with a win and a Seattle loss. Arizona (10-5 SU, 9-4-2 ATS) can clinch a playoff berth with either a win or a tie combined with a New Orleans loss.

St. Louis at Seattle (NL) 4:25 PM EST
The Seattle Seahawks (12-3 SU, 10-5 ATS) will look to clinch the NFC West and the #1 seed with a win over the St. Louis Rams (7-8 SU, 7-8 ATS). Seattle lost their first home game since December of 2011 last week being upset by Arizona 17-10.

Philadelphia (-6.5, 52.5) at Dallas 8:30 PM EST
The Philadelphia Eagles (9-6 SU, 8-6-1 ATS) will take on the Dallas Cowboys (8-7 SU, 8-7 ATS) to determine the winner of the NFC East. Reports have surfaced that Tony Romo is out for the season, yet nothing is definitive yet. If Romo does not make the start, Kyle Orton will get the start for the Cowboys.

2013 Week 16 NFL Playoff Scenarios – NFL Playoff Picture

December 27th, 2013 by Lou Palumbo (Head Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2013 Week 16 NFL Playoff Scenarios – NFL Playoff Picture
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Team By Team NFL Playoff Scenarios For The Final Week of the Season

It’s week 17 of the 2013 NFL regular season, and there are still a number of playoff seeding’s that have yet to be locked in. Most of the playoff teams have been set, with seeding’s having yet to be determined. There are also two NFC divisional games that will determine who will be making the playoffs and who will be watching the playoffs from home.

NFC Conference Teams Playoff Scenarios

NFC East Division Playoff Scenarios:

Philadelphia Eagles (9-6) – Philadelphia blew out Chicago 54-11 last Sunday night. With Dallas also winning, sets up a winner-take-all scenario on Sunday night when the Eagles take on the Cowboys in Dallas.

Dallas Cowboys (9-7) – Dallas got a late touchdown pass from Tony Romo to Demarco Murray to give Dallas the 24-23 win over Washington. Dallas will play Philadelphia on Sunday night to determine the NFC East division champion. Dallas may be without the services of Tony Romo, as it is reported that he is out for the season with a back injury. It has not been confirmed by Dallas officials as of yet.

New York Giants (6-9) – Eliminated from playoff contention

Washington Redskins (3-12) – Eliminated from playoff contention

NFC North Division Playoff Scenarios:

Chicago Bears (8-7) – The Bears blew their chance to clinch the NFC North on Sunday, getting blown out by Philadelphia 54-11. They will now host Green Bay with the NFC North division title on the line.

Green Bay Packers (7-7-1) – Green Bay lost in wintery conditions to Pittsburgh, yet luckily Chicago lost against Philadelphia. Green Bay will travel to Soldier Field on Sunday to take on the Chicago Bears to determine the NFC North division champion,

Detroit Lions (7-8) – Eliminated from playoff contention.

Minnesota Vikings (4-10-1) – Eliminated from playoff contention

NFC South Division Playoff Scenarios:

Carolina Panthers (11-4) – The Panthers took over 1st in the NFC North, and currently hold the #2 seed in the NFC.  They can clinch the division and #2 seed with a victory over Atlanta this Sunday. If Seattle should lose and San Francisco win, they would be the #1 seed in the NFC, based on the head to head win over the 49ers.

New Orleans Saints (10-5) – The Saints were beat by the Panthers last Sunday, and are now in control of their own destiny. They will play Tampa Bay this Sunday, and should they win, they’ll be in the playoffs as the #6 seed.  If they win and Carolina loses, they could claim the NFC South division as well as the #2 seed.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-11) – Eliminated from playoff contention.

Atlanta Falcons (4-11) – Eliminated from playoff contention. 

NFC West Division Playoff Scenarios:

Seattle Seahawks (12-3) – The Seahawks lost their first home game in quite some time, losing to Arizona 17-10, and with another loss, could put their #1 seed and division title at risk. Seattle needs to win at home against St. Louis on Sunday to win their division, and clinch the #1 seed.

San Francisco 49ers (11-4) – The 49ers currently hold the #5 seed and have clinched a playoff berth by winning over Atlanta on Monday. If they win at Arizona this weekend, and Seattle loses, they would claim the NFC West title and the #2 seed.

Arizona Cardinals (10-5) – Arizona got a big win at Seattle last Sunday, yet need a win and a New Orleans loss to grab the #6 seed. They will host the San Francisco 49ers this Sunday, so it will be no easy task.

St. Louis Rams (7-8) – Eliminated from playoff contention

AFC Teams Current Playoff Scenarios

AFC East Team Scenarios:

New England Patriots (11-4) – The Patriots clinched the AFC East title this past weekend with Miami losing at Buffalo. They then went on to roll in Baltimore 41-7, getting a little bit of revenge for the playoff loss last season. They need a win or a loss by Cincinnati and Indianapolis to clinch the #2 seed. They could grab the #1 seed with a win and a loss by Denver to Oakland.

Miami Dolphins (8-7) – Miami lost last Sunday, yet still owns the #6 seed due to Baltimore losing to New England. It’s a crazy scenario however; as they need to win and need a Baltimore loss or a win combined with a San Diego win. They will host the New York Jets this Sunday, whom they beat handily earlier back in week 13, 23-3.

New York Jets (7-8) – Eliminated from playoff contention

Buffalo Bills (6-9) – Eliminated from playoff contention

AFC North Team Scenarios:

Cincinnati Bengals (10-5) – Cincinnati clinched the AFC North this past Sunday with a win over Minnesota and Baltimore losing to New England.  They will host the Ravens this Sunday, and have a chance to help eliminate the Ravens. They can clinch a first round bye with a win and a New England loss.

Baltimore Ravens (8-7) – The Ravens were blown out at home by the Patriots last Sunday 41-7 and will take on the Bengals at Cincinnati this Sunday. In order for the Ravens to get in to the playoffs, they need a win combined with a San Diego loss or tie, or a win and a Miami loss or tie. They can also clinch with Pittsburgh, Miami, and San Diego losing.

Pittsburgh Steelers (7-8) – Pittsburgh’s playoff hopes are very slim yet are surprisingly still alive after last Sunday’s win at Green Bay. Pittsburgh needs to win combined with San Diego, Miami, and Baltimore losing. Crazier things have happened, and this Steeler team is playing some very good ball as of late. They will be hosting division rival Cleveland this Sunday.

Cleveland Browns (4-11) – Eliminated from playoff contention

AFC South Team Scenarios:

Indianapolis Colts (10-5) – The Colts clinched the division a few weeks ago, and can earn the #2 seed with a win and a loss by both New England and Cincinnati.

Tennessee Titans (6-9) – Eliminated from playoff contention.

Jacksonville Jaguars (4-11) – Eliminated from playoff contention.

Houston Texans (2-13) – Eliminated from playoff contention.

AFC West Team Scenarios:

Denver Broncos (12-3) – The Broncos clinched the AFC West last Sunday winning at Houston and with Kansas City losing. They currently hold the #1 seed in the AFC, and can clinch the #1 seed with a win or a New England loss. If they lose and New England wins, they will have the #2 seed.

Kansas City Chiefs (11-4) – Kansas City is locked in at the #5 seed after losing at home to Indianapolis last Sunday.

San Diego Chargers (8-7) – The Chargers can grab the #6 seed with a win combined with a Miami loss or tie and a Baltimore loss or tie.

Oakland Raiders (4-11) – Eliminated from playoff contention.

2013 College Bowl Game Odds – NCAA Football Bowl Schedule

December 20th, 2013 by Lou Palumbo (Head Columnist) | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2013 College Bowl Game Odds – NCAA Football Bowl Schedule
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15 weeks in the regular season are complete. Contenders have been separated from pretenders, and conference champions have been crowned. Listed below you will find the complete listing of all the lines for all the upcoming bowl matchups from JustBet sportsbook.

Saturday December 21, 2013

GILDAN NEW MEXICO BOWL
Washington State (-3.5) vs. Colorado State 2:00 PM EST
The Washington State Cougars are in a bowl game for the first time since 2003, while Colorado State is back in the postseason after a four-year absence. 

ROYAL PURPLE LAS VEGAS BOWL
#20 Fresno State vs. #25 USC (-5.5) 3:30 PM EST
One of the more intriguing matchups of the bowl season, as the high powered offense of Fresno State led by Derek Carr, faces the stout defense of USC. USC has been in the news as of late, hiring Steve Sarkisian as their head coach. Ed Orgeron, who was the interim coach, resigned after not being offered the head coaching position.

FAMOUS IDAHO POTATO BOWL
Buffalo (-3) vs. San Diego State 5:30 PM EST
San Diego State rebounded started out 0-3 this season, yet rebounded to win seven of its last nine. Buffalo started out hot during the season at 7-2, yet lost their last two of 3, to Toledo and Bowling Green, the eventual MAC champions.

R+L CARRIERS NEW ORLEANS BOWL
Tulane vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (NL) 9:00 PM EST
Tulane will be making their first bowl appearance in 11 years, and they will be bowling in their backyard. Louisiana-Lafayette has won this bowl game two years in a row.

Monday, December 23, 2013

BEEF O’BRADY’S BOWL
East Carolina (-12.5) vs. Ohio 2:00 PM EST
The high scoring offensive attack of East Carolina led by quarterback Shane Carden, takes on the Ohio University Bobcats, led by senior quarterback Tyler Tettleton. Ohio comes into this game losing three of their last four. East Carolina had won five straight before losing in the final regular season game to Marshall 59-28.
 

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

SHERATON HAWAII BOWL
Boise State vs. Oregon State (-2.5) 8:00 PM EST
Boise State will come into this matchup without the services of head coach Chris Peterson, who bolted the program for Washington. Oregon State comes into this matchup on a five game losing streak.

Thursday, December 26, 2013

LITTLE CAESARS BOWL
Pittsburgh vs. Bowling Green (-5.5) 6:00 PM EST
The Bowling Green Falcons are pretty familiar with Ford Field, as they won their first MAC championship in an upset over Northern Illinois. The Pitt Panthers will definitely have their hands full, as Bowling Green boasts the nation’s 5th ranked scoring defense.

SAN DIEGO COUNTY CREDIT UNION POINSETTA BOWL
Utah State vs. #23 Northern Illinois (-1.5) 6:00 PM EST
Jordan Lynch and the Northern Illinois Huskies had their BCS hopes dashed losing to Bowling Green in the MAC championship. They will now face the Mountain West conference’s best defense in Utah State.

Friday, December 27, 2013

MILITARY BOWL
Marshall (-2.5) vs. Maryland 2:30 PM EST
The Maryland Terrapins make their first bowl appearance under coach Randy Edsell. The Terps will have their hands full as Marshall has one of the highest scoring offenses averaging 43 points per game.

TEXAS BOWL
Syracuse vs. Minnesota (-4.5) 6:00 PM EST
Syracuse made it to a Bowl in their first year in the ACC, although they’ve had an up and down year at 6-6. Minnesota has had one of their better years, although the health of head coach Jerry Kiln might have been a distraction. They did get a win against previously ranked Nebraska, yet lossed to all the other ranked teams they faced.

FIGHT HUNGER BOWL
BYU vs. Washington (-3) 9:30 PM EST
The Fight Hunger Bowl should feature a lot of points as both teams have some of the better offenses in the nation. With Steve Sarkisian leaving to take the USC head coaching position, QB coach Marques Tuiasosopo will serve as interim coach. 

Saturday, December 28, 2013

NEW ERA PINSTRIPE BOWL
Rutgers vs. Notre Dame (-15.5) 12:00 PM EST
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish took a step back this year, yet still have quality wins over Arizona State and BYU. They also gave Stanford a run for their money. Rutgers started the season 4-1, yet struggle down the stretch, losing five out of their last seven.

BELK BOWL
Cincinnati vs. North Carolina (-3) 3:20 PM EST
Cincinnati will be making its second straight trip to the Belk Bowl. They defeated Duke last year, and now will face another in state opponent when they take on the Tarheels. The Tarheels came on late in the season after starting 1-5, and were not eligible for postseason play last year.

RUSSELL ATHLETIC BOWL
Miami vs. #19 Louisville (-3) 6:45 PM EST
The Louisville Cardinals had BCS aspirations at the beginning of the season, but those hopes were dashed when they lost to Central Florida 38-35. Miami climbed as high as #7 in the BCS rankings before being defeated by Florida State and losing star running back Duke Johnson for the year to injury.

BUFFALO WILD WINGS BOWL
Michigan vs. Kansas State (-3) 10:15 PM EST
The Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl features two teams going in opposite directions. Kansas State had a rough start to the season, yet won five of their final six games. Michigan started the season 5-0, yet ended up losing five of their final seven games.

Monday, December 30, 2013

BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL
Middle Tennessee vs. Navy (NL) 11:45 AM EST
The Navy Midshipmen still have the annual Army-Navy game on the docket December 14th. The Midshipmen will have Middle Tennessee waiting on them afterwards. Middle Tennessee will have their hands full with Navy’s triple option attack, as they gave up an average 405 yards per offense per game.

FRANKLIN AMERICAN MORTGAGE MUSIC CITY BOWL
Ole Miss (-3) vs. Georgia Tech 11:45 AM EST
The Ole Miss Rebels certainly didn’t end their regular season on a positive note, as they lost their final two games and were anemic offensively. They will need to get their offense in order to keep up with a Georgia Tech option attack that averages 311 yards per game. 

VALERO ALAMO BOWL
#10 Oregon (-13) vs. Texas 6:45 PM EST
The Texas Longhorns will need their best defensive effort of the year as they take on the high octane offensive attack. They will also have to deal with a motivated Marcus Mariota, one of the top quarterbacks in the country that didn’t get a Heisman invite.

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY HOLIDAY BOWL
#14 Arizona State (-13.5) vs. Texas Tech 10:15 PM EST
Both offenses can score in a hurry, and the scoreboards will be lighting up. Arizona State was playing at a high level until they were defeated soundly by Stanford in the PAC-12 championship. Texas Tech started out the season 7-0, yet lost their last five games of the season.

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

ADVOCARE V100 BOWL
Arizona (-7) vs. Boston College 12:30 PM EST
Two teams with star running backs will face off in Shreveport, Louisiana. The game features two of the best backs in the country in Boston College’s Andre Williams and Arizona’s Ka’Deem Carey. Both running backs have combined for 3818 yards on the ground.

HYUNDAI SUN BOWL
Virginia Tech vs. #17 UCLA (-7) 2:00 PM EST
UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley and star freshman Myles Jack will have their hands full against the Virginia Tech defense ranked No. 4 in the nation in total defense. Hundley is one of the top dual-threat quarterbacks in the country, with 3,432 total yards and 31 total touchdowns. There will be no distractions for UCLA as Jim Mora Jr. signed a six year contract extension shortly after the victory over USC. If you haven’t seen Myles Jack play, you should definitely do so.

AUTOZONE LIBERTY BOWL
Rice vs. Mississippi State (-7) 4:00 PM EST
The Mississippi State Bulldogs clinched a bowl berth over intrastate rival Ole Miss. They will take on a Rice squad that pummeled Marshall in the Conference USA championship game, totaling almost 500 yards of total offense.

CHICK-FIL-A BOWL
#24 Duke vs. #21 Texas A&M (-11.5) 8:00 PM EST
The ACC Coastal division champion Duke Blue Devils take on Johnny Manziel and the Texas A&M Aggies in the Chick-Fil-A bowl from the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. It will be a matchup of a Duke squad that is having a magical season against a Texas A&M team that could be seeing Johnny Manziel play his last game. 

Wednesday, January 1, 2013

TAXSLAYER.COM GATOR BOWL
Nebraska vs. #22 Georgia (-9) 12:00 PM EST
These two teams met last year in the Capital One Bowl, with Georgia winning 45-31. It’s been a disappointing season for both teams, especially for Georgia. The Bulldogs were hit hard with injuries, and at the end of the season lost star quarterback Aaron Murray.  Nebraska is coming off a 38-17 loss at home to Iowa, while Georgia got a dramatic win over Georgia Tech 41-34.

HEART OF DALLAS BOWL
UNLV vs. NORTH TEXAS (-6.5) 12:00 PM EST
UNLV will be making their first bowl appearance in a bowl game since 2000. UNLV boasts an offense that averages 31 points per game. North Texas is 9th in scoring defense, allowing only 18.1 points per game. The Mean Green come into the matchup winning six out their last seven, while the Rebels have won three out of their last five.

OUTBACK BOWL
Iowa vs. #16 LSU (-7) 1:00 PM EST
Two teams that have had quality seasons meet in the Outback Bowl. LSU is 9-3, yet has quality wins over Texas A&M and Auburn. Iowa comes into this matchup winners of three in a row, finishing off the season with a 38-17 victory at Nebraska. LSU will be without the services of quarterback Zach Mettenberger, who was lost for season with a torn ACL.

CAPITAL ONE BOWL
#19 Wisconsin (-1) vs. #9 South Carolina 1:00 PM EST
Jadaveon Clowney will be playing in his last game, and the South Carolina defense will have their work cut out for them trying to stop the potent rushing attack of Wisconsin. South Carolina can also run the ball, averaging 205 yards per game, led by running back Mike Davis.

ROSE BOWL GAME PRESENTED BY VIZIO
#5 Stanford (-3.5) vs. #4 Michigan State 5:00 PM EST
Two of the top defenses in the country will clash as the Michigan State Spartans take on the Stanford Cardinal. Michigan State punched their ticket to the Rose Bowl, defeating Ohio State 34-24. Their top ranked defense will be challenged by a powerhouse rushing attack in Stanford. Stanford won the PAC-12 championship, defeating Arizona State 38-14. If you like good smash mouth football, this is the game for you.

TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL
#15 UCF vs. #6 Baylor (-16.5) 8:30 PM EST
Both Central Florida and Baylor will be making their first BCS Bowl appearances. Baylor has the top offense in the country, and will be facing one of the more underrated quarterbacks in the country, in Central Florida’s Blake Bortles. Central Florida has the 13th ranked scoring defense, allowing 19,6 points per game. If they want to hold Baylor to under 20 points, the defense will have to be at the top of their game.

Thursday, January 2, 2013

ALLSTATE SUGAR BOWL
#11 Oklahoma vs. #3 Alabama (-15) 8:30 PM EST
For the first time in 3 years, the Alabama Crimson Tide will not be playing in the BCS national championship. Instead, they will play in the Sugar Bowl against Oklahoma. Oklahoma upset Oklahoma State to earn a BCS berth. 

Friday, January 3, 2013

AT&T COTTON BOWL
#13 Oklahoma State vs. #6 Missouri (-1.5) 7:30 PM EST
These two teams have met before, as Missouri used to play in the Big 12. Oklahoma State lost out on a BCS berth losing to rival Oklahoma in the final regular season game. Missouri lost to Auburn in the SEC championship, giving up more than 500 yards rushing.

Discover Orange Bowl
#12 Clemson vs. #7 Ohio State (-3) 8:30 PM EST
Two explosive offenses will meet in the Orange Bowl this year. The Ohio State Buckeyes had their chance to play in the national championship, yet lost in the Big Ten championship to Michigan State. They will get a chance to prove their worth against Clemson, although Clemson has a lot of offensive firepower, and could expose a leaky Buckeye defense. Braxton Miller and Tajh Boyd should provide some exciting moments in this one. 

Saturday, January 4, 2013

BBVA COMPASS BOWL
Vanderbilt vs. Houston (-3) 1:00 PM EST
Vanderbilt had quite a successful season, and has some quality wins vs. Georgia, at Tennessee, and at Florida. Their offense will need to be focused against a Houston defense that is opportunistic and leads the nation with 40 takeaways. 

Sunday, January 5, 2013

GODADDY.COM BOWL
Arkansas State vs. Ball State (-9) 9:00 PM EST
The Sun Belt champion Arkansas State Red Wolves will have to deal with Ball State’s Keith Wenning. Wenning is one of the better quarterbacks in the MAC passing for 3933 yards and 34 touchdowns. Arkansas State comes into this matchup off a loss to Western Kentucky, yet had won their four previous games. 

Monday, January 6, 2013

VIZIO BCS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
#1 Florida State (-9) vs. #2 Auburn 8:30 PM EST
The debate is over, and Auburn certainly earned their spot in the BCS championship. The Tigers are looking like a team of destiny. It started with a miracle 73 yard touchdown pass over Georgia. Next it was what is being called the craziest play in college football history, a 109 yard return off a missed field goal to beat Alabama. In the SEC championship, it was a 545 yard rushing performance that led to a 59-42 victory. Florida State has made their case week in and week out, with an average margin of victory of 42.3 points.