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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 Week 12 NFL Lines Breakdown – NFL Football Odds

November 21st, 2013 by Bankroll Sports Staff | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2013 Week 12 NFL Lines Breakdown – NFL Football Odds
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A Complete Week 12 NFL Game Lines Are Listed Below!

Listed below you will find the complete listing of all the NFL Football week 12 lines, including spreads, totals and moneylines, for all the upcoming games.

Thursday Night NFL Week 12 Lines For 11/21/2013

New Orleans (-7.5, 52.5) at Atlanta 8:25 PM EST
Week 12 of the NFL season kicks off Thursday night on NFL network. The AFC South leading New Orleans Saints (8-2, SU, 6-4 ATS)   take on the Atlanta Falcons (2-8, SU, ATS) in an AFC South tilt. The Saints have Carolina on their heels in the NFC South and will look to take care of business against a disappointing Atlanta squad that has lost four games in a row.

Sunday Week 12 NFL Lines & Odds For 11/24/2013

Tampa Bay at Detroit (-8.5, 48) 1:00 PM EST
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-8 SU, ATS) head to the motor city to take on the Detroit Lions. Detroit is coming off a 10 point loss at Pittsburgh where they found themselves shut out in the second half. After starting the season 0-8, Tampa Bay has won two in a row. Last week’s victory against Atlanta saw running back Bobby Rainey score 3 touchdowns, 2 rushing and 1 receiving, and rushing for 163 yards.

Jacksonville at Houston (-10, 43) 1:00 PM EST
Two of the AFC South’s worst teams square in in Houston as the Jacksonville Jaguars (1–9 SU, 2–8 ATS) take on the Houston Texans. Jacksonville came back down to earth last week as Arizona’s Carson Palmer torched the Jaguars for 419 yards. The Texans (2–8 SU, 2–8 ATS) lost at home to the Oakland Raiders with rookie Matt McGloin at the helm. Houston hasn’t won a game since week 2.

San Diego at Kansas City (-5, 41.5) 1:00 PM EST
The Kansas City Chiefs (9–1 SU, 6–4 ATS) look to rebound from their first loss of the season as they take on the struggling San Diego Chargers. San Diego (4-6 SU, 5-4-1 ATS) has lost three straight, and are in danger of putting themselves out of playoff contention. Kansas City returns home after losing to Denver on Sunday night. It was the first contest all season where the Chiefs defense did not register a sack. In a quick turnaround, Kansas City hosts Denver next Sunday.

Minnesota at Green Bay (NL) 1:00 PM EST
The Green Bay Packers (5-5 SU, 4-6 ATS) take on the Minnesota Vikings (2-8 SU, 4-6 ATS) in an NFC North contest. Green Bay has lost three in a row, but luckily for them they are only a game out of the NFC North lead. It is reported that quarterback Scott Tolzien will get the start for the injured Aaron Rodgers. Minnesota is at the bottom of the division, and last last week at Seattle 41-20.

Carolina at Miami (NL) 1:00 PM EST
The Carolina Panthers (7-3 SU, 7-3 ATS) will take their 6 game win streak into Miami to take on the Dolphins. The Panthers got the job again last night, defeating the Patriots 24-20 and are currently a game behind the Saints in the NFC North. The Dolphins (5-5 SU, 5-5 ATS) are trying to get ‘Bullygate’ out of their heads, and got back to .500 with a win over San Diego last Sunday 20-16. Miami is currently 2 games back of division leader New England.

Pittsburgh at Cleveland (-2.5, 41.5) 1:00 PM EST
Old AFC North rivals will meet in Cleveland as the Browns take on the Pittsburgh Steelers. Cleveland (4–6 SU, 5–5–1 ATS) suffered one of their worse losses of the year last Sunday as they lost at Cincinnati 41-20. Pittsburgh (4-6 SU, 4-6 ATS) got back in the win column on Sunday with a wild win over the Detroit Lions. Both the Steelers and Browns are in a 3 way tie with Baltimore in the AFC North.

Chicago at St. Louis (-1, 46) 1:00 PM EST

The Chicago Bears (6-4 SU, 2-6-2) will try to keep pace with Detroit in the NFC North as they head to St. Louis to take on the Rams. The Bears won in overtime over the Baltimore Ravens 23-20 in a game that saw a 2 hour weather delay. St. Louis (4-6 SU, 5-4-1) is coming off the bye week, and had previously beaten the Colts in Indianapolis with a shocking 38-8 win.

New York (A) at Baltimore (-4, 40.5) 1:00 PM EST
Both the New York Jets and Baltimore Ravens will look to get back into the win column when they meet on Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. The Jets (5-5 SU, 6-4 ATS) were lackluster last Sunday as they were routed by the Buffalo Bills 37-14, in a game where quarterback threw three interceptions, on returned for a touchdown. The Ravens (4-6 SU, 5-4-1 ATS) lost a heartbreaker in overtime at Chicago 23-20, where the weather played a significant roll resulting in a two hour delay.

Tennessee at Oakland (-1.5, 40.5) 4:05 PM EST
The Tennessee Titans will try to rebound from their Thursday night loss to the Colts as they face the Oakland Raiders. The Titans (4-6 SU, 5-3–2 ATS) are currently three games back in the AFC South and are in danger of falling out of the playoff picture. The Raiders (4–6 SU, 7–3 ATS) are coming off a win at Houston that saw rookie Matt McGloin throw 3 touchdowns in his first NFL start.

Indianapolis at Arizona (-2.5, 44.5) 4:05 PM EST
The Arizona Cardinals (6-4 SU, 6-4 ATS) have won three straight, and are currently tied for second in the NFC West. They will look to keep pace in the division as the host the AFC South leading Indianapolis Colts. The Colts (7-3 SU, 5-4-1) put their ugly loss to St. Louis behind them coming up victorious over Tennessee last Thursday night 30-27. Carson Palmer threw for a season high 419 yards against Jacksonville, with the main recipient being Michael Floyd, with 6 receptions for 193 yards.

Dallas at New York (N) (-2.5, 46.5) 4:25 PM EST
In what will be a pivotal NFC East matchup, the Dallas Cowboys will head to Meadowlands to take on the New York Giants. Don’t look know, but after the 0-6 start, the Giants have risen from the dead. New York (4–6 SU, 4–6 ATS) won their fourth game in a row with a 27-13 victory. Dallas (5-5 SU, 7-3) comes into this matchup off the bye week and significant injuries on defense. Before going into the bye, the Cowboys were blown out in New Orleans 49-17.

Denver (NL) at New England 8:30 PM EST
Tom Brady and Peyton Manning meet for the fourteenth time in their illustrious careers as the Denver Broncos and New England Patriots clash in a marquee AFC matchup. Denver (9–1 SU, 6–4 ATS) comes in to Sunday night with the lead in the AFC West, defeating Kansas City 27-17 last Sunday. New England (7–3 SU, 5–3 ATS) will try to bounce back from a loss at Carolina that ended in a controversial call, or non-call as time expired. The Patriots currently have a two game lead in the AFC East.

Monday Night Football Week 9 NFL Lines For 11/25/2013

San Francisco (-4, 47.5) at Washington 8:40 PM EST
The San Francisco 49ers (6–4 SU, 7–3 ATS) are currently in the midst of a two game losing streak, and will look to right the ship as they take on the Washington Redskins. The 49ers appeared to have the game won in New Orleans last Sunday when Ahmad Brooks sacked Drew Brees and forced a fumble. Unfortunately, a personal foul was called, which lead to New Orleans to tie the game up, and eventually win on a last second field goal. The Redskins (3–7 SU, 3–7 ATS), losers of two in a row, are in danger of falling out of contention in the NFC West. A late comeback attempt last Sunday was unsuccessful as they fell to the Eagles 24-16.


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Monday Night Football Schedule 2013: Complete MNF Football Games

October 17th, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on Monday Night Football Schedule 2013: Complete MNF Football Games
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Monday Night Foootball LogoThere is no game on the weekly NFL schedule like Monday Night Football, and here at Bankroll Sports, we are keeping close tabs on all of the MNF games this year and taking our weekly look at the Monday Night Football game this week!

Note: All Monday Night Football games can be seen on ESPN, and all MNF kickoffs are slated for 8:30 p.m. (ET), except where noted.

2013 ESPN Monday Night Football Schedule
Week 1: Phiadelphia Eagles 33 @ Washington Redskins 27
Week 1: Houston Texans 31 @ San Diego Chargers 28
Week 2: Pittsburgh Steelers 10 @ Cincinnati Bengals 20
Week 3: Oakland Raiders 21 @ Denver Broncos 37
Week 4: Miami Dolphins 17 @ New Orleans Saints 38
Week 5: New York Jets 30 @ Atlanta Falcons 28
Week 6: Indianapolis Colts 9 @ San Diego Chargers 19
Week 7: Minnesota Vikings @ New York Giants
Week 8: Seattle Seahawks @ St. Louis Rams
Week 9: Chicago Bears @ Green Bay Packers
Week 10: Miami Dolphins @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Week 11: New England Patriots @ Carolina Panthers
Week 12: San Francisco 49ers @ Washington Redskins
Week 13: New Orleans Saints @ Seattle Seahawks
Week 14: Dallas Cowboys @ Chicago Bears
Week 15: Baltimore Ravens @ Detroit Lions
Week 16: Atlanta Falcons @ San Francisco 49ers

This Week’s Monday Night Football Game Preview
Minnesota Vikings +3.5
New York Giants -3.5
Over/Under 46.5

With just one win between the two teams, the Minnesota Vikings and the New York Giants definitely aren’t providing the sexiest matchup on the docket, especially not for a Monday Night Football game. However, this is the game that we are tasked with this week, and we don’t expect it to be pretty.

Three of the main players in this game that will be racking up stats were free agents earlier this year. QB Josh Freeman for Minnesota is obviously the big one, as he is going to be making the start on Monday for the first time in his career outside of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. However, some forget about RB Brandon Jacobs and the newly acquired RB Peyton Hillis. These are really the only two guys in the backfield for the Giants that can carry the football, and as long as they keep two arms around the rock and don’t put it on the ground, Head Coach Tom Coughlin isn’t going to care.

The recipe for both these teams is very simple. Minnesota has to run the ball and force turnovers, real weaknesses of the Giants. The G-Men absolutely cannot stop turning the ball over, and the end result is game after game of disappointment. The ground attack ranks 26th in the league on the defensive side, and we don’t see things getting any better against RB Adrian Peterson. On the other side of the ball, the Giants have to put pressure on Freeman and make him use some of the playbook to beat them. There can’t possibly be that much chemistry between Freeman and his receivers. Playaction bombs seem to be the most effective play in the arsenal, and the only way to take that away is by taking away All Day. If AP goes off for 30 carries and 220 yards, this game won’t even be remotely close, and it will be the third in a row in which the boo birds are gawking at the Giants the whole night at home.

Minnesota has won four of the last five games in this series, including taking two straight here in the Meadowlands. However, the Giants won the most recent meeting 21-3, and they held the Vikes down to just 161 yards in the game in 2010. If that’s what happens again, New York will surely get its first victory of the campaign.

NFL Football Picks: Monday Night Football Props (12/13/10)

December 12th, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   1 Comment »
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The playoff push will be the main topic in the AFC on Monday Night Football this week, as the Baltimore Ravens and Houston Texans are going to be fighting it out with their postseason hopes on the line. The Texans probably need this one to have any chance of making it to the second season, while Baltimore at least has a little bit of leeway. Our NFL prop picks for MNF are always ready to go here at Bankroll Sports, and this Monday night is no exception!

Joe Flacco Over/Under 261.5 Passing Yards
We wouldn’t necessarily care what the name was on the front or the back of the jersey in this one. The mass majority of quarterbacks are going to be throwing for at least 262 yards against this Houston secondary no matter how much of a blowout the game really turns out to be. Save a three INT game for Glover Quin against arguably the worst starting quarterback the NFL has seen in years, QB Rusty Smith, the Texans have had absolutely no luck stopping anyone. Head Coach John Harbaugh has made a more concerted effort at throwing the ball this year to take some of the pressure off of RB Ray Rice and the running game. The offensive line is going to be able to let Flacco just stand in the pocket and pick apart this horrendous secondary, and there should be absolutely no doubt that he goes Over 261.5 Passing Yards (-115 at Hollywood Sportsbook) on Monday Night Football.

Anquan Boldin Over/Under 66.5 Receiving Yards
You know where we’re going with this one. All of the receiving options are particularly strong in this game for the Ravens, and this is probably the best of the bunch. ‘Quan is going to be matched up with Quin the majority of the game, and he is clearly the weakest link in that Houston secondary. Truth be told, Boldin has only gone past this number five times this season, and three of those five came in the first four games of the year. However, these secondaries that he has been going against haven’t been nearly as bad as the one that he is going to be facing on Monday. We tend to believe that this could be a career day for the former Florida State Seminole. Boldin should fly Over 66.5 Receiving Yards (-115 at Hollywood Sportsbook).

Matt Schaub Over/Under 245.5 Passing Yards
Things really haven’t gone all that well for the Texans’ signal caller this year, as he doesn’t have the types of numbers that warrant him being a Pro Bowler this year as many suggested at the start of the season. Still, this is probably going to be a situation in which this team has to play from behind virtually the entire way, just as we saw last Thursday night against the Philadelphia Eagles. Though this Baltimore defense is only allowing 208.0 yards per game through the air, we have to remember that sack yardage does not count against us in this one. There have also been some dreadful passing games run up against these Ravens, including those of the Pittsburgh Steelers (twice), that of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and that of the Cleveland Browns. This is a great spot, especially in the second half, for Schaub to go soaring Over 245.5 Passing Yards (-115 at Hollywood Sportsbook) against the Ravens.

Will Arian Foster Score a Touchdown?
Last week, we backed Foster on this prop on Thursday Night Football, and we are going to be utilizing him once again. Of the 33 offensive touchdowns that the Texans have scored this year, Foster has found pay dirt 15 times, virtually every other touchdown. He has touched the ball 296 times already this season and is clearly the goal line back as well. The only issue that we have here is if the Ravens just find a way to really shut the Texans down all together. But, seeing how this game is at home and that Houston is prone to scoring at least 20 points or so here, there is no reason to believe that Foster won’t get the job done and put six on the board at least once. He has scored at least one TD in eight of the team’s 12 games this year, giving us a great percentage on a very easy prop. Foster Will Score a Touchdown (-125 at Hollywood Sportsbook).

NFL Football Picks: Monday Night Football Props (12/6/10)

December 5th, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on NFL Football Picks: Monday Night Football Props (12/6/10)
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Monday Night Football has never been bigger than this! The New York Jets and New England Patriots are going to fight it out under the bright lights this week, and the winner will have a one game edge in the AFC East and one the No. 1 overall seed in the AFC with just four games to play. You want NFL prop picks? We’ve got ’em right here at Bankroll Sports!

Mark Sanchez Over/Under 235.5 Passing Yards
“The Sanchise” is here! Sanchez had four games in a row in which he reached this total with ease before throwing for just 166 yards in a blowout over the Cincinnati Bengals on Thanksgiving Day. The key is going to be having this game stay remotely close. The Jets aren’t going to blow out the Pats in any way, shape, or form, and when push comes to shove, you know that Sanchez is going to have to throw the football to beat the Patriots. He threw for 220 yards in the first meeting in Week 2, but now, WR Santonio Holmes is in the lineup as well, giving him one more tremendous deep threat that he can get the football to. Things aren’t always pretty for Sanchez, but he should be able to figure out how to get there in this one. Unless all of a sudden, the New England secondary finds a way to shut down this core of receivers, we don’t see how Sanchez does anything but go Over 235.5 Passing Yards (-115 at Hollywood Sportsbook) on Monday Night Football.

LaDainian Tomlinson Over/Under 54.5 Rushing Yards
Tomlinson might have some of the numbers on the season, but he is starting to break down quite a bit. This is a man that averaged less than four yards per carry last year, and he is starting to look more like that man in recent weeks. Over his first five games, LT averaged 5.6, 6.9, 4.7, 7.0, and 4.7 yards per carry. Since that point, he has averaged 3.4, 2.7, 3.7, 2.7, 3.2, 3.0, and 3.8 yards per carry. There is going to be a point that Tomlinson is going to get fewer carries than RB Shonn Greene. When you’re talking about a man that probably isn’t going to get more than a dozen carries or so, it’s hard to think that he is going to be able to get more than 50 yards or so. Back LT Under 54.5 Rushing Yards (-115 at Hollywood Sportsbook).

Santonio Holmes Over/Under 4.5 Receptions
It seems as though Holmes is really becoming the top target for QB Mark Sanchez. We aren’t so sure whether or not this is going to be a match made in heaven for some time to come, but we do know that the former Pittsburgh Steeler has at least five receptions in four straight games. He only had a total of ten receptions in his first three after coming back from his suspension that covered the first four games of the regular season. Again, New England’s defense is probably going to prone to the passing game in this one, and we know that if Sanchez is going to be throwing the ball more often, he is going to be doing so to Holmes as well. This is a nice spot for Holmes to go Over 4.5 Receptions (-125 at Hollywood Sportsbook) against the Pats.

Danny Woodhead Over/Under 59.5 Rushing + Receiving Yards
Head Coach Bill Belichick has this knack for giving payback to players that have come from past teams, and this could be the perfect situation for Woodhead to shine. This is a man that has really done a nice job filling in for a rushing attack that hasn’t been that stellar, and he has at least a pair of receptions in each of his last seven games since really getting into the fold with the Pats after starting the year with the Jets. Woodhead is probably going to touch the ball about 14-16 times over the course of this game, and potentially even more if Belichick is content to try to let Woodhead stick it to his previous team. Don’t be shocked to see him fly Over 59.5 Rushing + Receiving Yards (-115 at Hollywood Sportsbook).

NFL Football Picks: Monday Night Football Props (11/29/10)

November 28th, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on NFL Football Picks: Monday Night Football Props (11/29/10)
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The Arizona Cardinals could have their 2010 NFL betting campaign put on the line on Monday Night Football, as they are taking on their divisional rivals, the San Francisco 49ers at home in a huge encounter. We here at Bankroll Sports, have all of our Monday Night Football prop picks available for you for the upcoming MNF tussle.

Totals Punts Over/Under 10.5
This is about as high of a number for punts that we remember seeing in quite some time. However, there’s no way that a reasonable number could be posted high enough to keep us satisfied here. Ben Graham, Arizona’s punter, has booted the ball away at least six times in three straight weeks, and he has already punted 57 times in ten games this year. The offense for Arizona has been absolutely putrid regardless of who has been under center, and we know that that isn’t improving against a San Fran team that, all it can do right is play some ‘D’ every now and again. Speaking of those 49ers, they punted six times last week when they were shut out by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and P Andy Lee has been called upon at least six times in five straight games. With K Joe Nedney sidelined, it is going to take a few more yards on offense to produce a field goal attempt as well. The bottom line here is that this is going to be a game contested over field position quite a bit, and if that’s the case, we expect to see at least Over 10.5 Punts (-120 at Hollywood Sportsbook) on Monday Night Football.

Troy Smith Over/Under 1.5 Passing Touchdowns + Interceptions
We know that Smith hasn’t had a game yet this season in which he has thrown more than one combined TD and INT, but at some point, this really has to change. The former Ohio State Buckeye isn’t the most accurate with his passes, and this Arizona secondary is full of ball hawkers that can turn you over in a heartbeat. That being said, especially if RB Frank Gore is at least held in check, Smith is going to be forced to make some decisions that he doesn’t necessarily want to. It could be boom. It could be bust. Either way, we’re thrilled. We’ll take our chances that Smith is going to revert to the mean in this one and go Over 1.5 TDs + INTs (+140 at Hollywood Sportsbook).

Will Frank Gore Score a Touchdown?
Someone has to score for the 49ers at some point, right? This is a way that we can hedge our bets a bit, as Gore is absolutely the man getting the ball on the goal line if things get tough. We know that a cash in either this prop or the one with Troy Smith will net us a profit, and we tend to think that the probability is there that we nail both of them. The Niners aren’t getting shut out in back to back weeks no matter how bad they are, and if that’s the case, we’ll bank on a man that has already touched the ball over 230 times this season. On one of these 25ish touches or so, Gore is bound to Score a TD (-135 at Hollywood Sportsbook) against the Cardinals.

Derek Anderson Over/Under 18.5 Completions
We’re confused here. Anderson has completed at least 23 passes in his last two games, and he is clearly starting to at least remotely get back into the groove as the team’s starting quarterback after coming back in to replace his replacement, QB Max Hall. Anderson knows that he doesn’t have a running game to rely on consistently, and he has to make things happen himself. Getting to 19 completions doesn’t sound like that tough of a task, even in a game that could get bogged down in a hurry. Go with Anderson to go Over 18.5 Completions (-120 at Hollywood Sportsbook).