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2017 Super Bowl Odds & Value Picks (as of 12/21/2016)

December 21st, 2016 by Lou Palumbo (Head Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2017 Super Bowl Odds & Value Picks (as of 12/21/2016)
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Just two short weeks away from the 2016-17 NFL playoffs and the teams that remain in playoff contention are shrinking by the week.  With the Patriots (2 to 1 Odds @ JustBet) and the Cowboys (5 to 1 Odds @ 5 Dimes) riding so far atop the odds right now, there’s few little value to be gotten in the current NFC and AFC favorites.  Some books also have the Cowboys & Seahawks with the same odds.  But, even at 5 to 1, we don’t see a whole lot of value in Seattle without them having home field advantage.  We do think the current 2017 Superbowl Odds offer some value in the middle of the bunch right now.

In the NFC, the Atlanta Falcons are currently being offered at very substantial price of 18 to 1 (@ 5 Dimes).  This is a team that is currently hitting on all cylinders on offense and their young defense is really starting to swarm around the ball.  If they can somehow get that first round bye, you can expect that 18-1 number to drop to under 8 to 1.   Another impressive metric for the Falcons, is the 5-2 record on the road.  Even without the bye, we still see 18-1 as a fantastic value.

As for an AFC value pick, this one is a little more tricky as New England appears to be the dominating team.   That being said, we’ll look at the #2 team in the AFC right now in the Oakland Raiders who are currently being offered at 15 to 1 (@ JustBet).  There is still an outside chance the Raiders can get home filed advantage.  This may just be the year that the Oakland Raiders get revenge for the infamous tuck rule.

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New England Patriots 2 to 1
Dallas Cowboys 5 to 1
Seattle Seahawks 6 to 1
Pittsburgh Steelers 10 to 1
Oakland Raiders 14 to 1
Kansas City Chiefs 16 to 1
New York Giants 16 to 1
Green Bay Packers 16 to 1
Atlanta Falcons 18 to 1
Detroit Lions 55 to 1
Tennessee Titans 55 to 1
Baltimore Ravens 66 to 1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 70 to 1
Miami Dolphins 80 to 1
Indianapolis Colts 100 to 1
Houston Texans 105 to 1
Washington Redskins 110 to 1
Denver Broncos 125 to 1
Minnesota Vikings 350 to 1
Buffalo Bills 500 to 1
New Orleans Saints 500 to 1
Carolina Panthers 850 to 1

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New England Patriots 2 to 1
Dallas Cowboys 5 to 1
Seattle Seahawks 5 to 1
Pittsburgh Steelers 9 to 1
Kansas City Chiefs 12 to 1
Green Bay Packers 14 to 1
Atlanta Falcons 14 to 1
Oakland Raiders 15 to 1
New York Giants 16 to 1
Detroit Lions 50 to 1
Baltimore Ravens 55 to 1
Indianapolis Colts 57 to 1
Tennessee Titans 60 to 1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 70 to 1
Miami Dolphins 75 to 1
Houston Texans 85 to 1
Denver Broncos 100 to 1
Washington Redskins 110 to 1
Minnesota Vikings 130 to 1
Buffalo Bills 235 to 1
New Orleans Saints 700 to 1
Carolina Panthers 450 to 1

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2014 NFL Week 10 Odds – Week 10 Lines Breakdown

November 6th, 2014 by Chad A. Dawkins | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2014 NFL Week 10 Odds – Week 10 Lines Breakdown

Listed below you will find the complete listing of all the NFL lines for all the upcoming week 10 matchups from JustBet Sportsbook. All times Eastern.

Thursday, November 6th

Cleveland at Cincinnati (-6, 44.5) 8:25 PM NFL Network

The 5–3 Cleveland Browns travel south to take on in-state rival Cincinnati Bengals, who are sitting at 5–2–1. This will mark the first time since 1964 that these two teams have met when both teams are above .500. Both teams are coming off victories in week nine as Cleveland God by Tampa Bay to 2–17 and Cincinnati defeated Jacksonville 33–22.

Sunday, November 9th

Kansas City (-2, 42) at Buffalo 1:00 PM CBS

The 5–3 Kansas City Chiefs had to upstate New York to take on the 5–3 Buffalo Bills. The Bills are 3-1 at home while the Kansas City Chiefs are 2–2 on the road. Kansas City has won three games in a row while Buffalo has won two in a row.

Miami at Detroit (-3, 43) 1:00 PM CBS

In what should be one of the more interesting contests on Sunday the 5–3 Miami Dolphins look to make it four straight wins when they take on the Detroit Lions, who at 6–2 sit atop the NFC North. Calvin Johnson will make his return for the Lions, who are coming off a bye week. Miami dominated San Diego last Sunday 37-0.

Dallas (NL) at Jacksonville 1:00 PM FOX from Wembley Stadium, London, England

The 6–3 Dallas Cowboys take on the 1–8 Jacksonville Jaguars in the third game of the NFL’s International Series. Dallas has lost two games in a row and will look to get back into the win column; no line has been released due to the unknown status of quarterback Tony Romo.

San Francisco at New Orleans (-5, 49) 1:00 PM FOX

The 4–4 San Francisco 49ers take on the 4–4 and much improved New Orleans Saints from the Mercedes–Benz Superdome. These two teams met last year in what was a physical contest marred by controversial calls. New Orleans ended up winning the game 23–20.

Tennessee at Baltimore (-9.5, 44) 1:00 PM CBS

The Baltimore Ravens will look to get back in the hunt in the competitive AFC North after a 43-23 loss to rival Pittsburgh. The Tennessee Titans have lost two in a row and 6 of their last 7.

Pittsburgh (-4.5, 45.5) at NY Jets 1:00 PM CBS

It can’t get any worse for the New York Jets, who have lost eight games in a row. They will now have to go up against one of the hottest quarterbacks in the league in Ben Roethlisberger, who has 12 touchdown passes in his last two games.

Atlanta (-2.5, 46) at Tampa Bay 1:00 PM FOX

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers take on the NFC South rival Atlanta and what could be a pretty interesting contest. Tampa Bay might be looking for a little revenge after being blown out by the Falcons 56–14 on national TV back in September.

Denver (-11, 49) at Oakland 4:05 PM CBS

The Denver Broncos will look to get back on track, and it shouldn’t be difficult when they take on the winless Oakland Raiders. Denver was dominated last Sunday suffering their worst loss since the Super Bowl.

St. Louis at Arizona (-7, 43) 4:25 PM FOX

The Arizona Cardinals have the league’s best record at 7-1, they’ll look to make it 8-1 when they take on the 3-5 St. Louis Rams, who upset the San Francisco 49ers 13-10 last Sunday. Since losing at Denver, the Cardinals have won four straight including wins over Dallas and Philadelphia.

NY Giants at Seattle (-9, 44.5) 4:25 PM FOX

The 3–5 New York Giants will look to rebound from their embarrassing effort on Monday night when they had to Seattle to take on the 5–3 Seattle Seahawks. The Seahawks have won the last two meetings, and defeated them 23–0 last season.

Chicago at Green Bay (-7, 53.5) 8:30 PM NBC

The Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears renew their NFC North rivalry from Lambeau Field for NBC’s Sunday night football. Chicago is struggling and it won’t be easy seeing how they were dominated by this same Green Bay team in a 38–17 loss in late September.

Monday, November 10th

Carolina at Philadelphia (-6.5, 48) 8:30 PM ESPN

Mark Sanchez will get the start for the 6–2 Philadelphia Eagles when they host the 3-5–1 Carolina Panthers. Sanchez took over for an injured Nick Foles and let his team to a 31–21 victory over Houston last Sunday. Carolina has struggled and has lost three in a row, recently losing at home to New Orleans last Thursday night 28–10.

Bye: Indianapolis, Minnesota, New England, San Diego, Washington, Houston

2014 NFL Week 9 Odds – Week 9 Lines Breakdown

October 29th, 2014 by Chad A. Dawkins | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2014 NFL Week 9 Odds – Week 9 Lines Breakdown

Listed below you will find the complete listing of all the NFL lines for all the upcoming week 9 matchups from JustBet Sportsbook. All times Eastern.

Thursday, October 31st

New Orleans (-2.5, 48.5) at Carolina 8:25 PM NFL

The New Orleans Saints will look to build on there big win last Sunday night when they take on Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers. The Panthers have have been struggling as of late, and haven’t won since defeating Chicago back in early October. These two teams held serve at home last season, with Carolina winning at home, and New Orleans winning in the Superdome.

Sunday, November 2nd

Tampa Bay at Cleveland (-6.5, 44) 1:00 PM FOX

The struggling Tampa Bay Buccaneers have lost 3 out of their last 4, and getting back into the win column won’t be easy when they take on the Cleveland Browns, who are 3-1 at home this year and have won 3 out of their last 5.

Arizona at Dallas (No Line) 1:00 PM FOX

In what will be the most watched game in the NFC, the NFC West leading Arizona Cardinals will travel to AT&T Stadium in Arlington to take on the 6-2 Dallas Cowboys. The Cardinals won in dramatic fashion in a 24-20 victory over Philadelphia, while the Cowboys were upset at home on Monday night by division rival Washington.

Philadelphia (-2, 48) at Houston 1:00 PM FOX

The Philadelphia Eagles will look to get back in the win column after a 24-20 loss at Arizona. Philadelphia will be playing their second straight road game against Houston, who dominated Tennessee last weekend behind the efforts of Arian Foster.

NY Jets at Kansas City (-9.5, 41.5) 1:00 PM CBS

It’s been quite a week for the New York Jets. The Jets were embarrassed at home losing to Buffalo 43-17. They’ll look to rebound with Michael Vick at quarterback when they head to Arrowhead to take on the Kansas City Chiefs, who have won two straight since coming off the bye week.

Jacksonville at Cincinnati (-11, 43) 1:00 PM CBS

The Jacksonville Jaguars came back down to earth after picking up there first win in week 7, as they were torched by the Dolphins 27-13. They’ll travel to the Queen City to take on the Cincinnati Bengals, who picked up their second win against Baltimore this season, wining 27-24.

San Diego at Miami (-1.5, 44) 1:00 PM CBS

In one of the more intriguing games of week 9, the San Diego Chargers travel to the Sunshine State to take on the Miami Dolphins. The Chargers are coming off a 35-21 loss to Denver, while Miami defeated Jacksonville, and has put together 2 straight impressive outings.

Washington at Minnesota (No Line) 1:00 PM FOX

The Washington Redskins shocked the NFL world last Monday defeating the Dallas Cowboys in AT&T Stadium. They’ll look to continue that momentum when they travel to Minnesota Vikings, who defeated Tampa Bay in overtime in week 8. There is no word yet on who will be the starter for the Redskins.

St. Louis at San Francisco (-10, 44) 4:05 PM FOX

The St. Louis Rams and San Francisco 49ers meet up for the 2nd time this season. These two NFC West teams met up on October 13th, with San Francisco winning 31-17. San Francisco is coming off the bye, while St. Louis suffered a loss to Kansas City last Sunday, losing 34-7.

Oakland at Seattle (-15, 43) 4:25 PM CBS

The winless Oakland Raiders’s chances of getting a win in week 9 don’t look good, as they’ll travel to Seattle to take on the 4-3 Seahawks. The Seahawks are coming off a hard fought 13-9 win in Carolina, while Oakland lost (again) to Cleveland 23-13.

Denver (-3, 55) at New England 4:25 PM CBS

There is no doubt the marquee matchup will be the Denver Broncos traveling to Foxboro, Massachusetts to take on the New England Patriots. Both teams are playing extremely well, and the Patriots will be looking for revenge for their AFC championship defeat at the hands of Denver.

Baltimore (-1, 47.5) at Pittsburgh 8:30 PM NBC

One of the NFL’s most physical rivalries will be renewed on Sunday night when the Baltimore Ravens take on the Pittsburgh Steelers from Heinz Field. The Steelers looked quite impressive in a 51-34 win over Indianapolis behind Ben Roethlisberger’s 500 yards passing. Baltimore is coming off a heartbreaking 27-24 loss to Cincinnati.

Monday, November 3rd

Indianapolis (-3, 51) at NY Giants 8:30 PM ESPN

The Indianapolis Colts will try to rebound after losing to Pittsburgh when they take on the New York Giants from MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Giants will look to get back on track after losing 2 straight and heading into they bye. It should be a great dual of two of the better 4th quarter quarterbacks in Eli Manning and Andrew Luck.

2014 NFL Week 8 Odds – Week 8 Lines Breakdown

October 23rd, 2014 by Chad A. Dawkins | Posted in General Handicapping   Comments Off on 2014 NFL Week 8 Odds – Week 8 Lines Breakdown

Listed below you will find the complete listing of all the NFL lines for all the upcoming week 8 matchups from JustBet Sportsbook.

Thursday, October 23rd

San Diego at Denver (-8.5, 51.5) 8:25 PM CBS/NFL

The San Diego Chargers and Denver Broncos face off in an AFC West clash to kick off week 8 of the NFL season. The Broncos are coming off a dominating 52-17 win over San Francisco as Peyton Manning broke the all time touchdown record. The celebration will be abreviated as they have division rival San Diego coming to town, a team that defeated Denver in their backyard last season.

Sunday, October 26th

Chicago at New England (-6, 50.5) 1:00 PM FOX

The Chicago Bears just can’t win at home, but they are 3-1 away from Soldier Field. They’ll take their solid road mark to New England to take on AFC East leader New England. Tom Brady is 3-0 lifetime against Chicago with a passer rating above 90.

Detroit  (-3.5, 46.5) at Atlanta 9:30 AM FOX from Wembley Stadium, London, England

Two team heading in opposite directions meet in London for the second game of the 2014 NFL International Series in London, England. The Lions have won 4 of their last 5, while the Falcons have lost 4 straight. Detorit possesses one of the leagues best defenses, while Atlanta ranks near the bottom.

St. Louis at Kansas City (-7, 44.5) 1:00 PM FOX

The Kansas City Chiefs won’t have to travel far as they meet the St. Louis Rams in the battle of Missouri. Both teams are coming off upset wins last Sunday. The Chiefs are coming off a 23-20 victory at San Diego, while the Rams shocked the Seahawks 28-26.

Houston (-2.5, 42) at Tennessee 1:00 PM FOX

The Houston Texans take on the Tennessee Titans in an AFC South matchup from LP Field in Nashville. The Texans are coming off a Monday night loss to Pittsburgh, while the Titans lost in the final minutes to the Redskins on Sunday.

Minnesota at Tampa Bay (-2.5, 42.5) 1:00 PM FOX

The Minneota Vikings, coming off a last minute loss to Buffalo head to the Sundhine State to take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Bucs are coming off the bye, and had some extra time to think about the 48-17 loss to Baltimore in week 6.

Seattle (-5, 45) at Carolina 1:00 PM FOX

The Carolina Panthers will look to avenge their only regular season home loss last season when they host the Seattle Seahawks. The Panthers might have been looking ahead to Seattle, as they were dominated last Sunday in Green Bay, losing 38-17. Seattle had their own struggles last Sunday, losing to St. Louis 28-26.

Baltimore (PK, 45.5) at Cincinnati 1:00 PM CBS

The Baltimore Ravens will be looking to avenge their opening season home loss when they take on the struggling Cincinnati Bengals. The Bengals are 0-2-1 in their last 3 games, while Baltimore has won 5 of 6, with their only loss by 7 at Indianapolis.

Miami (-6, 43) at Jacksonville 1:00 PM CBS

Two teams from the state of Florida face off in Jacksonville as the Miami Dolphins take on the Jaguars. The Dolphins have won 2 of 3, and are coming off a big road win in Chicago. The Jaguars notched their first win of the season last Sunday, defeating Cleveland 24-6.

Buffalo at NY Jets (-3, 40) 1:00 PM CBS

In what could be a defensive matchup, The Buffalo Bills got a win last Sunday, but lost the services of their two leading running backs C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson. They’ll head to MetLife Stadium to take on the struggling New York Jets, losers of 6 in a row.

Philadelphia at Arizona (-2.5, 48) 4:05 PM FOX

One of the NFL’s most potent offenses travels to Arizona to take on one of the league’s best defenses in the Arizona Cardinals. The Eagles are coming off the bye, while the Cardinals sit at 5-1 and sit atop the NFC West.

Oakland at Cleveland (-7, 43.5) 4:25 PM CBS

Judging by their record, the Oakland Raiders are the worst team in the league although rookie quarterback Derek Carr seems to be making strides. They’ll try to get their first win of the season when they travel to Cleveland to take on the 3-3 Browns, who were upset in week 7 by the Jaguars.

Indianapolis (-3, 49) at Pittsburgh 4:25 PM CBS

Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts will try to make it 6 wins in a row when they travel to Pittsburgh to take on the 4-3 Steelers. The Colts were dominant in a 27-0 win over Cincinnati. The Steelers got back in the win column defeating Houston 30-23, but have yet to win consecutive games this season.

Green Bay at New Orleans (-1, 55.5) 8:30 PM NBC

The Green Bay Packers are one of the NFL’s hottest teams, they’ll travel to New Orleans to take on the 2-5 Saints, who have disappointed many this season. Green Bay defeated Carolina 38-17 in week 7, while the Saints lost in the final minutes

Monday, October 27th

Washington at Dallas (-10, No total posted) 8:30 PM ESPN

The Dallas Cowboys are being regarded by many as the team to beat in the NFC. They’ll take center stage on Monday night against division rival Washington for the week 8 edition of Monday Night Football. Dallas has won 6 in a row while Washington picked up their first win last Sunday after losing 4 straight. Colt McCoy will get the start for Washington after Kirk Cousins was benched for erratic play.

 

2014 NFL Week 5 Odds – Week 5 Lines Breakdown

October 1st, 2014 by Chad A. Dawkins | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2014 NFL Week 5 Odds – Week 5 Lines Breakdown

Listed below you will find the complete listing of all the NFL lines for all the upcoming week 5 matchups from JustBet Sportsbook.

Thursday, October 2nd

Minnesota at Green Bay (-9, 47.5) 8:25 PM (EST) CBS/NFL Network

The Minnesota Vikings take on the Green Bay Packers in an NFC North matchup from Lambeau Field in Green Bay. The Vikings defeated the Atlanta Falcons 41-28 in quarterback Teddy Bridgewater’s first start. Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers told the Green Bay media to relax last week, and for good reason. The Packers destroyed the Chicago Bears in Soldier Field 38-17.

Sunday, October 5th

Chicago at Carolina (-3, 46.5) 1:00 PM (EST) FOX

The Chicago Bears will look to rebound from a 21 point home loss when they travel to Charlotte, NC to take on the Carolina Panthers. Both teams stand at 2-2, with Carolina losing to straight to AFC North teams Pittsburgh and Baltimore.

Cleveland (NL) at Tennessee 1:00 PM (EST) CBS

The Cleveland Browns are coming off the bye week and will travel to Nashville to take on the 1-3 Titans. After an impressive win in week 1, the Titans have dropped 3 straight, losing by an average 23 points per game.

St. Louis at Philadelphia (-7, 47.5) 1:00 PM (EST) FOX

The Philadelphia Eagles suffered their first loss of the season last Sunday at the hands of the San Francisco 49ers. They’ll look to get back on track against the 1-3 St. Louis Rams, who had their bye week last weekend.

Atlanta at NY Giants (-4, 50) 1:00 PM (EST) FOX

Eli Manning and the New York Giants offense looked to be clicking last Thursday night.

The Atlanta Falcons came back down to earth in week 4 after their 56 point performance against Tampa Bay. The Falcons were defeated 41-28 by the Minnesota Vikings. The New York Giants were pretty impressive in their 45-14 victory on the road against the Washington Redskins.

Tampa Bay at New Orleans (-10, 48.5) 1:00 PM (EST) FOX

The New Orleans Saints have turned a lot of heads for the wrong reasons. The Saints are currently 1-3, and were blown out at home last Sunday night against Dallas 38-17. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers won their first game of the year behind quarterback Mike Glennon, defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-24.

Houston at Dallas (-6, 47) 1:00 PM (EST) CBS

The Dallas Cowboys host the Houston Texans in a matchup of 3-1 teams in the Lone Star State. Dallas is coming off a stellar effort on Sunday night football, while the Texans got a win over Buffalo 23-17.

Buffalo at Detroit (-7, 44) 1:00 PM (EST) FOX

The Detroit Lions return home after a road win over the New York Jets and will host the Buffalo Bills. The Bills made some headlines this week, promoting Kyle Orton to starting quarterback.

Baltimore at Indianapolis (-3, 48) 1:00 PM (EST) CBS

The Indianapolis Colts take on the Baltimore Ravens in what could be the better matchups in week 5. The Colts took care of business last Sunday 41-17, while Baltimore was also impressive defeating Carolina 38-10.

Pittsburgh (-6.5, 46.5) at Jacksonville 1:00 PM (EST) CBS

The Pittsburgh Steelers will try to rebound from their home loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Luckily they have the Jacksonville Jaguars this week, who are currently 0-4.

Arizona at Denver (-7, 48.5) 4:05 PM (EST) FOX

The 2-1 Denver Broncos host the 3-0 Arizona Cardinals in the marquee matchup of week 5. It will be a matchup of one of the top offenses in the NFL in Denver against one of the best defenses in Arizona.

Kansas City at San Francisco (-6.5, 44.5) 4:25 PM (EST) CBS

Kansas City QB Alex Smith will go against his former team on Sunday

The Kansas City Chiefs are coming off an impressive 41-14 victory on Monday night over New England. The 49ers got back on track with an impressive defensive performance in a 26-21 win over Philadelphia. This should be quite and interesting matchup as Kansas City quarterback Alex Smith will face his former team for the first time.

NY Jets at San Diego (-6.5, 43) 4:25 PM (EST) CBS

The 1-3 New York Jets will head to the west coast to take on the 3-1 Chargers. The Chargers have been quite impressive and are considered to be a threat in the AFC, while the Jets are struggling losing 3 straight.

Cincinnati (-1.5, 46) at New England 8:30 PM (EST) NBC

It doesn’t get any easier for New England. After the Patriots were embarrassed on Monday night, they’ll face the 3-0 Cincinnati Bengals, who have impressed and have one of the better defensive fronts in the league.

Monday, October 6th

Seattle (-7, 46) at Washington 8:30 PM (EST) ESPN

The Seattle Seahawks, fresh off the bye week will look to get back to their winning ways when they travel to the nation’s capital to take on the Washington Redskins. Washington will be looking to rebound from a 45-14 defeat at the hands of division rival New York.

Bye week: Oakland, Miami

2014 NFL Week 3 Odds – Week 3 Lines Breakdown

September 17th, 2014 by Chad A. Dawkins | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2014 NFL Week 3 Odds – Week 3 Lines Breakdown

Listed below you will find the complete listing of all the NFL lines for all the upcoming week 3 matchups from JustBet Sportsbook.

Thursday, September 18th

Tampa Bay at Atlanta (-6.5, 45) 8:25 PM (EST) CBS/NFL Network

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers take on the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday Night Football. Tampa continued their disappointing start in week 2, with a second consecutive home loss to St. Louis. Atlanta didn’t fare much better, as they were dominated in Cincinnati losing 24-10 to the Bengals.

Sunday, September 21st

Oakland at New England (-15, 47) 1:00 PM (EST) CBS

The New England Patriots will play their home opener when they host the Oakland Raiders. The Patriots got a lift from their defense in a 30-7 win at Minnesota, while Oakland was dominated at home by Houston 24-7.

San Diego at Buffalo (-2.5, 44) 1:00 PM (EST) CBS

The San Diego Chargers, fresh off their upset win over Seattle, will head to upstate New York to take on the 2-0 Buffalo Bills. The Bills won their home opener in week 2 29-10 over Miami.

Dallas at St. Louis (NL) 1:00 PM (EST) FOX

The Dallas Cowboys got in the win column in week 2 defeating Tennessee 26-10. They’ll try to make it 2 in a row when they head to St. Louis to take on the Rams, who won at Tampa 19-17.

Washington at Philadelphia (NL) 1:00 PM (EST) FOX

Kirk Cousins will get the start for the injured Robert Griffin III when they travel to Philadelphia to take on the 2-0 Eagles. Cousins led the Redskins to a 41-10 victory over Jacksonville, while Philadelphia defeated Indianapolis 30-27 on Monday night.

Houston (-2, 42) at NY Giants 1:00 PM (EST) CBS

The 2-0 Houston Texans have been impressive in their first 2 games, outscoring their opponents 47-20. They’ll take on the New York Giants, who have struggled in the first 2 weeks. The Giants lost to Arizona in week 2, 25-14.

Minnesota at New Orleans (NL) 1:00 PM (EST) FOX

The Minnesota Vikings took a step back last week with a 30-7 home loss to New England. They’ll have Adrian Peterson back, but will have a big challenge when they take on the winless New Orleans Saints, who will be in desperation mode after 2 close losses.

Tennessee at Cincinnati (-7, 43.5) 1:00 PM (EST)CBS

The Tennessee Titans head to the Queen City to take on the 2-0 Cincinnati Bengals. After a big road win in Kansas City, Tennessee lost their home opener to Dallas. Cincinnati has been impressive, and they took care of business in week 2 defeating Atlanta 24-10.

Baltimore (-1, 41.5) at Cleveland 1:00 PM (EST) CBS

The Baltimore Ravens take on the Cleveland Browns in what should be a great AFC North matchup. Both teams got a win in week 2, with Baltimore defeating Pittsburgh 26-6, while Cleveland shocked New Orleans 26-24.

Green Bay at Detroit (-1.5, 52) 1:00 PM (EST) FOX

In a matchup that could light up the scoreboard, the Detroit Lions host the Green Bay Packers in a key NFC North matchup. The Lions were manhandled by the Panthers 24-7 in week 2, while the Packers rallied from 18 points down to defeat the New York Jets 31-24.

Indianapolis (-7, 45) at Jacksonville 1:00 PM (EST) CBS

The 0-2 Indianapolis Colts take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in an AFC South contest. The Colts are certainly better than their 0-2 record would indicate, while the Jaguars winless record is warranted, being outscored 75-10 in their last 6 quarters.

San Francisco (NL) at Arizona 4:05 PM (EST) FOX

The 1-1 San Francisco 49ers take on the 2-0 Arizona Cardinals in what should be a great NFC West matchup. Arizona backup Drew Stanton led the Cardinals to a 25-14 victory in New York, while the 49ers allowed 21 4th quarter points to the Bears, losing their first regular season game in Levi’s Stadium.

Denver at Seattle (-5, 48.5) 4:25 PM (EST) CBS

In what will be the marquee game in week 2, the Denver Broncos take on the Seattle Seahawks in a rematch of Super Bowl XLVIII. Seattle will be looking to get back on track after a 31-20 loss at San Diego. The Broncos moved to 2-0 after a 24-17 win over Kansas City.

Kansas City at Miami (-4.5, 41.5) 4:25 PM (EST) CBS

The winless Kansas City Chiefs take on 1-1 Miami Dolphins from Sun Life Stadium in Miami. Kansas City gave Denver a run for their money, only to come up short in a 24-17 loss. The Dolphins might have beaten New England in week 1, but were dominated at Buffalo 29-10 in week 2.

Pittsburgh at Carolina (-3, 41.5) 8:30 PM (EST) NBC

The Carolina Panthers will look to go to 3-0 when they take on the 1-1 Pittsburgh Steelers. The Panthers defense was instrumental in a 24-7 win over Detroit last Sunday, while the Steelers were dominated in a 26-6 loss to Baltimore last Thursday night.

Monday, September 22nd

Chicago at New York (A) (-1.5, 45.5) 8:30 PM (EST) ESPN               

The Chicago Bears will take on the NY Jets on Monday Night Football from MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ. The Bears had an amazing win at San Francisco with a big 4th quarter rally to get a 28-20 win. The Jets were polar opposites in week 2, blowing an 18 point lead in Green Bay, losing to the Packers 31-24.

Thursday Night NFL Picks: Cardinals vs. Rams Props & Predictions 10/4

October 4th, 2012 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on Thursday Night NFL Picks: Cardinals vs. Rams Props & Predictions 10/4
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Full Cardinals vs. Rams NFL Prop Sheet Listed Below

St. Louis CheerleadersThe St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals are set to continue the 2012 NFL season, and as a part of our analysis of the Week 5 betting lines, we are taking a look at some of the best NFL props on the board for this crucial Thursday Night Football matchup.

Longest Field Goal Made Over/Under 44.5 Yards: K Greg Zuerlein has been one of the best kickers in the league this year, and he has made Head Coach Jeff Fisher look like quite the smart cookie. The rookie has already nailed one from 60 yards this year, and he doesn’t have a game yet in his career in which he has failed to hit a field goal of at least 42 yards. Three of his four games have featured a kick of at least 48 yards as well. Don’t forget about K Jay Feely either, as he has three games this year with at least one field goal made of 46+ yards. These two kickers are a combined 19-for-19 on field goal tries this year, and there is just no reason to think that there won’t be at least one successful boot of at least 45 yards in what should be one of the more defensive minded clashes on the Week 5 schedule. Longest Field Goal Made Over 44.5 Yards (-130)

Total Punts by Both Teams Over/Under 11: Asking to get to 12 punts in a game is an out of this world number. Yes, the Rams have punted 18 times this year in four games, and yes, the Cardinals have punted 26 times, but in the end, that’s only an average of exactly 11 punts per game. The truth of the matter is that moving the ball hasn’t always been the problem for these two squads. Turning the ball over has been problematic, but most importantly have been the aforementioned field goals that we were just talking about. 19 field goal tries between two teams in four games is outrageous and should be far lower. More touchdown need to be scored. As a result, this is a punt number that has been skewed, to say the least. Expect there to maybe perhaps 10 boots, but 12 is just far too many. Total Punts Under 11 (-115)

Ryan Williams Rushing Attempts Over/Under 15.5: Head Coach Ken Whisenhunt likes a one-back backfield, but what might have been proven last week against the Miami Dolphins is that Williams might not be that one back that can do the damage. Arizona will run the ball and run it a lot in this one, but we aren’t all that sure that Williams is going to be the man that does it. RB LaRod Stephens-Howling is going to be back in the fold this week in all likelihood, and that could create a bigger backfield for Williams to have to contend with. Arizona running backs are averaging 21.75 carries per game thus far this year. If six carries can get pillaged by Stephens-Howling or RB William Powell, we should be in business. Ryan Williams Under 15.5 Rushing Attempts (-115)

Andre Roberts Over/Under 3 Receptions: For whatever reason, when QB Kevin Kolb was in the lineup last year, the last thing that he wanted to do was throw the ball to WR Larry Fitzgerald. The chemistry just wasn’t there, and the ball was spread around a heck of a lot more. One of the beneficiaries was WR Early Doucet, who had the year of his career. Roberts had one of the best games that he has ever had last week when he had over 110 yards on six catches with two trips to the end zone, including the game-tying score on 4th and 10 with the game on the line against the Fins. As long as Kolb stays healthy, we could see Roberts being a guy who catches 80 passes this year. That means that asking for three to push and four to win should be relatively easy. Andre Roberts Over 3 Receptions (-120)

Brandon Gibson Over/Under 2.5 Receptions: What hope really is there for Gibson to have at least three catches in this game? QB Sam Bradford clearly won’t be completing 25 or 30 passes in this one, and WR Danny Amendola is going to get his first. Aside from him, there are a bunch of receivers that, more often than not, are going to account for fewer than three catches per game. Gibson hasn’t practiced all that much this week thanks to a knee tweak, and that is only going to make matters worse for a man that has exactly two catches in three straight games. This one won’t be any prettier in all likelihood. Brandon Gibson Under 2.5 Receptions (-130)

Arizona Cardinals vs. St. Louis Rams NFL Props @ JustBet Sportsbook (as of 10/4/12):
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Score in the First 7 Minutes of the Game -115
No Score in the First 7 Minutes of the Game -115

Cardinals Score First -120
Rams Score First -110

First Score a Touchdown -130
First Score Not a Touchdown +100

Longest Touchdown of the Game Over 39.5 Yards -115
Longest Touchdown of the Game Under 39.5 Yards -115

Longest Field Goal of the Game Over 44.5 Yards -130
Longest Field Goal of the Game Under 44.5 Yards +100

Shortest Field Goal of the Game Over 25.5 Yards -130
Shortest Field Goal of the Game Under 25.5 Yards +100

Total Field Goals Made Over 3.5 +125
Total Field Goals Made Under 3.5 -155

Total Punts Over 11 -115
Total Punts Under 11 -115

Total Sacks Over 5 -155
Total Sacks Under 5 +125

Defensive or Special Teams Touchdown +150
Not a Defensive or Special Teams Touchdown -180

Kevin Kolb Completions Over 19 -115
Kevin Kolb Completions Under 19 -115

Kevin Kolb Longest Completion Over 35.5 Yards -115
Kevin Kolb Longest Completion Under 35.5 Yards -115

Kevin Kolb Passing Yards Over 230.5 -115
Kevin Kolb Passing Yards Under 230.5 -115

Kevin Kolb Total Touchdown Passes Over 1.5 +125
Kevin Kolb Total Touchdown Passes Under 1.5 -155

Kevin Kolb Throws an Interception -200
Kevin Kolb Doesn’t Throw an Interception +160

Ryan Williams Total Rushing Attempts Over 15.5 -115
Ryan Williams Total Rushing Attempts Under 15.5 -115

Larry Fitzgerald Receptions Over 5.5 -140
Larry Fitzgerald Receptions Under 5.5 +110

Larry Fitzgerald Receiving Yards Over 75.5 -115
Larry Fitzgerald Receiving Yards Under 75.5 -115

Larry Fitzgerald Scores a Touchdown +120
Larry Fitzgerald Doesn’t Score a Touchdown -150

Andre Roberts Receptions Over 3 -120
Andre Roberts Receptions Under 3 -110

Andre Roberts Receiving Yards Over 46.5 -115
Andre Roberts Receiving Yards Under 46.5 -115

Early Doucet Receptions Over 2.5 +100
Early Doucet Receptions Under 2.5 -130

Early Doucet Receiving Yards Over 28.5 -115
Early Doucet Receiving Yards Under 28.5 -115

Daryl Washington Total Tackles Over 6.5 -130
Daryl Washington Total Tackles Under 6.5 -+100

Paris Lenon Total Tackles Over 6.5 -130
Paris Lenon Total Tackles Under 6.5 +100

Jay Feely Total Points Over 7.5 -115
Jay Feely Total Points Under 7.5 -115

Sam Bradford Completions Over 19 -120
Sam Bradford Completions Under 19 -110

Sam Bradford Longest Completion Over 35.5 Yards -115
Sam Bradford Longest Completion Under 35.5 Yards -115

Sam Bradford Passing Yards Over 224.5 -115
Sam Bradford Passing Yards Under 224.5 -115

Sam Bradford Touchdown Passes Over 1.5 +160
Sam Bradford Touchdown Passes Under 1.5 -200

Sam Bradford Throws an Interception -225
Sam Bradford Doesn’t Throw an Interception +175

Steven Jackson Rushing Yards Over 65.5 -115
Steven Jackson Rushing Yards Under 65.5 -115

Steven Jackson Scores a Touchdown +135
Steven Jackson Doesn’t Score a Touchdown -170

Danny Amendola Receptions Over 5.5 -140
Danny Amendola Receptions Under 5.5 +110

Danny Amendola Receiving Yards Over 69.5 -115
Danny Amendola Receiving Yards Under 69.5 -115

Danny Amendola Scores a Touchdown +160
Danny Amendola Doesn’t Score a Touchdown -200

Brandon Gibson Receptions Over 2.5 +100
Brandon Gibson Receptions Under 2.5 -130

Brandon Gibson Receiving Yards Over 32.5 -115
Brandon Gibson Receiving Yards Under 32.5 -115

Lance Kendricks Receptions Over 2 +100
Lance Kendricks Receptions Under 2 -130

Lance Kendricks Receiving Yards Over 21.5 -115
Lance Kendricks Receiving Yards Under 21.5 -115

James Laurinaitis Total Tackles Over 9.5 +115
James Laurinaitis Total Tackles Under 9.5 -145

Greg Zuerlein Total Points Over 8.5 +110
Greg Zuerlein Total Points Under 8.5 -140