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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.

2014 NFL Week 2 Odds – Week 2 Lines Breakdown

September 10th, 2014 by Chad A. Dawkins | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2014 NFL Week 2 Odds – Week 2 Lines Breakdown

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

Thursday, September 11th

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

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

Sunday, September 14th

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Monday, September 15th

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

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

2014 NFL Week 1 Odds – Week 1 Lines Breakdown

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

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

Thursday, September 4th

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

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

Sunday, September 7th

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Monday, September 8th

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

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

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

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

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


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

Monday Night Football Props: Raiders vs. Broncos Predictions 9/23

September 15th, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on Monday Night Football Props: Raiders vs. Broncos Predictions 9/23
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Demaryius Thomas BroncosOur Oakland Raiders vs. Denver Broncos picks are set and ready to go at Bankroll Sports, but if you’re looking for a bit of a different way to take advantage of some of the Monday Night Football prop bets, you’ve come to the right place. Today, we’re going to be breaking down some of the best NFL props on the board for Monday Night Football, all of which come courtesy of Diamond Sportsbook.

Will There Be a Score in First 6:30 of the Game? – If you really believe that the Raiders have the goods to be able to slow down this Denver offense in any respect, the answer to this prop is definitively going to be “no.” Many feel as though this game is just going to be a ridiculous shootout, and we aren’t all that sure that that is going to be the case. Monday Night Football games tend to start just a bit slowly in relation to some of the other games on the docket, and this one is going to be no exception whatsoever. Especially if Oakland gets the ball first, we feel pretty darn good about this one, knowing that RB Darren McFadden and the ground game will take at least a couple minutes off of the clock before turning it over to QB Peyton Manning and the Broncos. This could be easy pickings at +120.

Total Punts Made in the Game Over 8.5 (-120) – Denver games haven’t exactly been known for their punts over the course of the first two weeks of the season, but Oakland games have. The Raiders might not have P Shane Lechler any longer, but they do have P Marquette King, who is averaging almost 49 yards per punt this year. The stat that might really surprise you? Denver has already punted the ball 12 times this year. If the Broncos are going to punt even five times in this one, we have all the confidence in the world that the Raiders are going to boot it away another four even though they are only averaging three punts per game. Both of these teams will end up with over 70 punts when push comes to shove this season, and if that’s the case, getting to nine shouldn’t be all that difficult more often than not.

Peyton Manning Under 315.5 Passing Yards (+105) – Doesn’t Manning have to get held under 300 yards at some point in a game this year? It seems as though we are more just hoping against hope that he doesn’t do it in this one. In actuality though, we have a justification for it. Oakland has a secondary that is competent and is completely capable of shutting down some of the best passing attacks in the league. DB Charles Woodson is still one of the best in the league, even at his age, and he is showing that he has something left in the tank when he takes to the field against some of the best in the biz. Oakland is going to play ball control offense, and the end result could be a lot lower statistics than most of the Broncos are used to getting.

Demaryius Thomas Under 5 Receptions (+110)
Wes Welker Under 6.5 Receptions (+105)
Eric Decker Under 5 Receptions (-105)
Julius Thomas Under 5.5 Receptions (-115)

Odds have it, someone is going to beat us here, but if you add all of this up, you’ll see a total of 22 receptions between these four players, and that’s not including anything else that Manning might end up doing with his passes. It’s just not a great percentage play to be banking on all of these ‘overs’. One week, it was Decker that caught nine passes. The next it was Welker that caught nine. Manning is going to take whatever matchup is out there that can get the ball up the field the most efficiently, and that means there are going to be receivers that are taken out of the game each and every week, even against Oakland. Remember that the Broncos aren’t actually going to rack up 450 yards of offense every single week, and they aren’t going to really score 40+ points every single week either. These receivers give us a great opportunity to cash in on what are some really weak props in our eyes, as it would take a minimum of 30 Manning completions in this game (an absolutely insane number) to even come close to beating us completely.

Baltimore Ravens @ Denver Broncos NFL Playoff Predictions 1/12/13

January 6th, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on Baltimore Ravens @ Denver Broncos NFL Playoff Predictions 1/12/13
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Broncos vs. RavensThe 2013 NFL playoff picks are going to be difficult to make, and in this one, the Baltimore Ravens and the Denver Broncos are set to do battle with one another. Check out our Ravens vs. Broncos predictions and the keys to the game for Baltimore vs. Denver.

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#4 Baltimore Ravens @ #1 Denver Broncos
Ravens vs. Broncos Location: Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, CO
Ravens vs. Broncos Date/Time: Saturday, January 12th, 4:30 p.m. (ET)
Ravens vs. Broncos On TV: CBS

Key #1: The Ravens need another inspired effort defensively
The statistics on the win against the Indianapolis Colts weren’t the prettiest in the world for the Ravens, but when push came to shove, they got the job done against a very good offensive unit. The Colts did move the ball quite a bit, getting 25 first downs and 419 total yards, but the defense managed 12 pass defenses over the course of the day and picked up three sacks, 2.5 of which came from DT Paul Kruger. LB Ray Lewis, playing in his final home game of his career, had nine tackles and four assists, and he looked like his old self. QB Andrew Luck only completed 51.9 percent of his passes and was picked off once, and a lot of his yards came after the game was a bit out of reach. The Ravens aren’t going to be able to afford allowing over 400 yards to the Broncos if they want to win, but they do need to play with that same sort of intensity, especially when Denver gets down in the red zone if they want to have a chance of pulling off the upset against the top seed in the AFC.

Ravens @ Broncos Odds at Diamond Sportsbook
Baltimore Ravens +9
Denver Broncos -9
Over/Under 45.5
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Key #2: The General has to continue to command the field
There aren’t many quarterbacks like QB Peyton Manning out there. Manning came back this year after missing the entire 2011 season with a neck injury, and he really is as good as he has ever been. Manning completed a whopping 400 passes and finished with 4,695 yards and 37 TDs against 11 picks. Manning averaged 297.5 passing yards per game over the course of his last 14 games of the season after getting his feet wet with his brand new team. He has posted 13 straight games with at least a 90 quarterback rating and has had nine games in his last 14 with at least three touchdown passes. The bugaboo on Manning though, is that he really hasn’t been able to win the biggest games of his career. Little brother, Eli has one more Super Bowl title than does the elder Manning brother, and little Eli has beaten QB Tom Brady twice, something that has always plagued Peyton. This isn’t the biggest game in the world that Manning has ever played, but it comes against a team that has a defense that really can frustrate him. That being said, in nine games against the Ravens in his career, Manning has averaged 275.2 passing yards per game, has completed 64.7 percent of his passes, and has an 18/5 TD/INT ratio. With a suspect running game, Manning needs to keep that up if he is going to lead his team to the AFC Championship Game.

Key #3: Ray Rice has to hold onto the football
Over the course of his entire 77-game career, RB Ray Rice had only fumbled the ball seven times and lost six of them. He had never had a game with two fumbles ever, but he was stripped twice last week by the Colts, and the team lost both fumbles. Granted, that paved to way to a 100+ yard day for backup RB Bernard Pierce, but this time around, we know that it is going to be Rice that has to be the dynamic one to win this game. The Ravens have run for 396 yards in their last two serious games (forget about a Week 17 loss that meant nothing to the Cincinnati Bengals), but in Week 14, they only ended up with 19 carries for 56 yards as a team against these very same Broncos. Rice had just 38 yards on 12 carries, and he really hasn’t looked totally the same since that point. We’re going to go out on a limb and say that the Ravens need to account for at least 120 yards on the ground to have a chance in this one, and means that Rice has to not only hold onto the football, but continue to rumble through this stout Denver defense to have a chance at the upset.

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Thursday Night NFL Picks: Broncos vs. Raiders Props/Predictions 12/6

December 1st, 2012 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on Thursday Night NFL Picks: Broncos vs. Raiders Props/Predictions 12/6
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Full Broncos vs. Raiders NFL Prop Sheet Listed Below

Peyton Manning Broncos vs. RaidersThe Oakland Raiders and Denver Broncos are set to continue the 2012 NFL season, and as a part of our analysis of the Week 14 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 of the Game Over/Under 44.5 Yards: Oh, c’mon! This is Sea Bass we’re talking about! K Sebastian Janikowski has only missed two kicks this year, and they are both of the 60+ yard variety. Just by himself, he has had five games this year in which he has booted a field goal of at least 45 yards, and in four of those games, that kick has come from at least 51 yards. There is no doubt if Oakland gets inside of the Denver 40 yard line, Head Coach Dennis Allen has no doubts about sending on his kicking unit. K Matt Prater is a slightly different story, as he has had a few games this year without a single field goal. He does have three games with field goals made of over 50 yards, and one of those games was against these very same Raiders. It really seems as though there will be at least a whack or two from long range in this one, and we have to think that, especially if it’s Janikowski, he’ll have no problems booting it through the uprights. Longest Field Goal of the Game Over 44.5 Yards -115

Will the Raiders Ever Lead Against the Broncos?: They didn’t the first time these teams played… Granted, this game is at home, and we don’t expect to see the Broncos put up over 500 yards of offense once again, but it still feels like there has to be nowhere near a 50/50 chance that the Raiders don’t even find their way in front in this one. Denver hasn’t led from start to finish in a game since October 28th against the New Orleans Saints, and it is really, really tough to be that to a team on the road. At some point, Oakland has to get on the board, whether it be first or shortly thereafter, and if that turns out to be the case, we would like to think that it is going to be in front for at least a few seconds in this one, no matter how bad the end result might truly be. Oakland Raiders To Lead During The Game (-160)

Peyton Manning Over/Under 299.5 Passing Yards: Manning has been insanely efficient this year, throwing for over 3,500 yards in spite of the fact that he has fewer pass attempts than any other quarterback that has thrown for that many yards. The problem that we have with Manning is that he hasn’t reached 300 passing yards but once in the last five games, and that was a game in which he had just 301 yards. Manning has only exceeded 309 yards three times this year, and that hasn’t happened since losing to the New England Patriots back in Week 5. Granted, one of those times did come against these Raiders, but is Manning really going to complete 78.9 percent of his passes again in this one. It’s entirely possible, especially knowing that the Raiders’ defense has been a sieve over the course of the last several weeks of the season, but it really seems like a square as heck play to think that Manning is going to get to three bills more often than not in this one. Peyton Manning Under 299.5 Passing Yards (+100)

Demaryius Thomas Over/Under 95.5 Receiving Yards: Just because Manning is down though, doesn’t mean that Thomas has to be down, too. The Georgia Tech product has been out of this world over the course of this season, and he has five 100+ yard games on the campaign (to go with his 99-yard effort last week). When Manning gets locked in with Thomas, it is starting to look like the good old days of when he was getting the job done with WR Marvin Harrison. Thomas is his security blanket, especially when the going gets tough. Thomas hasn’t had a 100+ yard game since Week 10, but this is the worst secondary that he has run across since that point as well. Manning will hit him with a bomb over the course of this one, and a few of the medium range passes will put Thomas over the top by the end of the third quarter. Demaryius Thomas Over 95.5 Receiving Yards (-115)

Denver Broncos vs. Oakland Raiders NFL Props @ JustBet Sportsbook (as of 12/6/12):
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Score in the First 6 Minutes of the Game -120
No Score in the First 6 Minutes of the Game -110

Broncos Score First -200
Raiders Score First +160

First Score a Touchdown -180
First Score Not a Touchdown +150

Longest Touchdown of the Game Over 46.5 Yards -115
Longest Touchdown of the Game Under 46.5 Yards -115

Longest Made Field Goal of the Game Over 44.5 Yards -115
Longest Made Field Goal of the Game Under 44.5 Yards -115

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

Special Teams Or Defensive Touchdown Scored +160
No Special Teams Or Defensive Touchdown Scored -200

Raiders To Ever Lead The Game -160
Raiders To Never Lead The Game +130

Peyton Manning Passing Yards Over 299.5 -130
Peyton Manning Passing Yards Under 299.5 +100

Peyton Manning TD Passes Over 2.5 -115
Peyton Manning TD Passes Under 2.5 -115

Peyton Manning Throws an Interception -115
Peyton Manning Doesn’t Throw an Interception -115

Demaryius Thomas Receiving Yards Over 95.5 -115
Demaryius Thomas Receiving Yards Under 95.5 -115

Demaryius Thomas Scores a Touchdown -130
Demaryius Thomas Doesn’t Score a Touchdown +100