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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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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.


8:25 PM107NEW ORLEANS -8½-110 o53-110 -410
108ATLANTA +8½-110 u53-110 +330
1:00 PM209TAMPA BAY +8-110 o48½-110 +330
210DETROIT -8-110 u48½-110 -410
1:00 PM211JACKSONVILLE +10-110 o43-110
212HOUSTON -10-110 u43-110
1:00 PM213MINNESOTA +5½-110 o43½-110 +205
214GREEN BAY -5½-110 u43½-110 -245
1:00 PM215SAN DIEGO +4½-110 o42-110 +185
216KANSAS CITY -4½-110 u42-110 -225
1:00 PM217CAROLINA -4½-110 o41-110 -200
218MIAMI +4½-110 u41-110 +170
1:00 PM219PITTSBURGH +1½-110 o40-110 EV
220CLEVELAND -1½-110 u40-110 -120
1:00 PM221CHICAGO +1½-110 o45½-110 EV
222ST. LOUIS -1½-110 u45½-110 -120
1:00 PM223NY JETS +3+105 o39-110 +160
224BALTIMORE -3-125 u39-110 -190
4:05 PM225TENNESSEE -1-110 o41-110 -115
226OAKLAND +1-110 u41-110 -105
4:05 PM227INDIANAPOLIS +2-110 o45-110 +120
228ARIZONA -2-110 u45-110 -140
4:25 PM229DALLAS +2-110 o44½-110
230NY GIANTS -2-110 u44½-110
8:30 PM231DENVER -2½-110 o54-110
232NEW ENGLAND +2½-110 u54-110
8:40 PM233SAN FRANCISCO -6-110 o47-110 -250
234WASHINGTON +6-110 u47-110 +210

2013 Week 11 NFL Lines Breakdown – Weekly NFL Football Odds

November 14th, 2013 by Chad A. Dawkins | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2013 Week 11 NFL Lines Breakdown – Weekly NFL Football Odds
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Thursday Night NFL Week 11 Lines For 11/14/2013

Indianapolis (-3, 41.5) at Tennessee 8:25 PM EST
Week 11 of the NFL season kicks off Thursday night on NFL network. The Indianapolis Colts (6–3 SU, 5–4 ATS) travel to Nashville to meet the Tennessee Titans (4–5 BEST YOU, 5-3–1 ATS) in a key AFC South tilt. Both teams are coming into this match up off of upset losses. Indianapolis was defeated 38–8 at the hands of the St. Louis Rams. Tennessee lost at home to the then winless Jacksonville Jaguars 29–27.

Sunday Week Eleven NFL Spreads For 11/17/2013

New York (A) at Buffalo (-1.5, 41.5) 1:00 PM EST
The New York Jets (5–4 SU, 6–3 ATS), fresh off their bye week travel to upstate New York to take on the Buffalo Bills. Buffalo (3–7 SU, 5–5 ATS) is coming off a 13 point loss at Pittsburgh as they struggled mightily in E.J. Manuel’s return from injury. The Jets are currently second in the AFC East and went into the bye on a positive note defeating the New Orleans Saints 26–20.

Detroit (-1.5, 48) at Pittsburgh 1:00 PM EST
The NFC North leading Detroit Lions (6–3 SU, 5–4 ATS) head to the steel city to take on the Pittsburgh Steelers (3–6 SU, 3–6 ATS). Detroit, winners of two in a row are coming off a big win in Chicago 21–19. The Steelers righted the ship after a blowout loss to New England as they dominated the Buffalo Bills winning 23–10. The Steelers cannot afford another loss as they will risk falling out of playoff contention.

Washington at Philadelphia (-3.5, 52) 1:00 PM EST
The Philadelphia Eagles (5–5 SU, 5–5 ATS), winners of two in a row, host the Washington Redskins in a key NFC East matchup. Philadelphia has won two in a row and is tied with Dallas for the NFC East division lead. Washington (3–6 SU, 3–6 ATS) is coming off a Thursday night loss to the hands of the Minnesota Vikings. Strangely enough, Philadelphia really hasn’t had much success at home and will be looking to break the trend. Washington can’t seem to get on a roll as they have yet to win consecutive games this year.

Baltimore at Chicago (-3, 46.5) 1:00 PM EST
The Baltimore Ravens (4–5 SU, 5–4 ATS) hope to build some momentum off an overtime win as they go on the road to face the Chicago Bears (5–4 SU, 2–6–1 ATS). Bears quarterback Jay Cutler struggled last Sunday with an ankle injury and his status is reportedly ruled out for Sunday’s contest. Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco has struggled as well; luckily Baltimore’s defense had one of their better efforts in last Sunday’s win over Cincinnati.

Cleveland at Cincinnati (-5.5, 41) 1:00 PM EST

The Cincinnati Bengals (6–4 SU, 5–4-1 ATS), losers of two straight will look to get back in the win column as they face their in state rival, the Cleveland Browns (4–5 SU, 5–4–1 ATS). The Bengals will be looking for revenge as they lost to the Browns 17–6 to Cleveland in week four. The Browns will be looking to get back into the mix of the AFC North.

Oakland at Houston (-7, 43) 1:00 PM EST
The Houston Texans (2–7 SU, 2–7 ATS) have been one of the more disappointing teams this season. The Texans are losers of seven in a row will be looking to get back in the win column as they host the Oakland Raiders (3–6 SU, 6–3 ATS). These teams last met in 2011 with Oakland getting the road win at Houston 25–20; the win was days after the death of former Oakland owner Al Davis.

Arizona (-6.5, 41) at Jacksonville 1:00 PM EST
The Arizona Cardinals (5–4 SU, 5–4 ATS) will try to continue to stay in the playoff hunt as they head to Jacksonville to take on the Jaguars. The Jaguars (1–8 SU, 2–7 ATS) picked up their first win of the year last week, downing the Titans at Tennessee. Jacksonville has failed to score a touchdown at Everbank Field this season. The only touchdown they’ve scored at home was when they were the home team in London.

Minnesota at Seattle (-13.5, 46) 4:25 PM EST
The Seattle Seahawks (9–1 SU, 6–4 ATS) will try to keep their two game lead in the NFC West as they host the Minnesota Vikings. The Vikings (2–7 SU, 4–5 ATS) picked up their second win of the year last Thursday as they beat the Washington Redskins 34–27. The Seahawks are undefeated at home this year, winning by an average of 16 points per game.

San Francisco at New Orleans (-3, 47.5) 4:25 PM EST
The New Orleans Saints (7–2 SU, 6–3 ATS), fresh off their 49–17 win over Dallas will try to keep it rolling as they host the San Francisco 49ers in one of the better matchups on Sunday. The 49ers (6–3 SU, 6–3 ATS) have won the previous two matchups in this series. The 49ers, as 3 point underdogs in the week 11 lines, won one of the most memorable playoff game in 2011-12 36–22, and won last year in New Orleans 31–21.

Green Bay at New York (N) (-6.5, 42.5) 4:25 PM EST
The New York Giants (3–6 SU, 3–6 ATS), winners of three in a row will try to keep pace in the NFC East as they host the Green Bay Packers. Green Bay (5–4 SU, 4–5 ATS), losers of two in a row may have Aaron Rodgers back for this game. Rodgers is currently questionable with a collarbone injury.

Kansas City at Denver (-8, 51) 8:30 PM EST
The undefeated Kansas City Chiefs (9–0 SU, 6–3 ATS) will look to extend their division lead as they travel to the mile high city to take on Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos (8–1 SU, 5–4 ATS). The Chiefs are coming off their bye and will look to prove that their undefeated record is no fluke. Manning suffered an ankle injury in last Sunday’s contest against San Diego but reportedly will definitely play on Sunday night.

Monday Night Football Week 10 NFL Lines For 11/11/2013

New England at Carolina (-2.5, 44.5) 8:40 PM EST
In one of the better match ups on Monday night this season, the Carolina Panthers (6–3 SU, 6–3 ATS) will host the New England Patriots. The Panthers have won five games in a row, and are coming off their biggest win of the season at San Francisco. New England (7–2 SU, 5–4 ATS) is coming off the bye week, and will be facing there stiffest road test this season.

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NFL Week 11 Lines For Thursday, November 14, 2013
8:25 PM309INDIANAPOLIS -2½-120 o42-110 -135
 310TENNESSEE +2½EV u42-110 +115
NFL Week 11 Lines For Sunday, November 17, 2013
1:00 PM403ATLANTA -1½-110 o43½-110 -120
 404TAMPA BAY +1½-110 u43½-110 EV
1:00 PM405NY JETS +1-110 o41-110 -105
 406BUFFALO -1-110 u41-110 -115
1:00 PM407DETROIT -2½-110 o47-110 -135
 408PITTSBURGH +2½-110 u47-110 +115
1:00 PM409WASHINGTON +3½-115 o53-110 +155
 410PHILADELPHIA -3½-105 u53-110 -180
4:05 PM411SAN DIEGO -2-110 o45-110 -125
 412MIAMI +2-110 u45-110 +105
1:00 PM413BALTIMORE +3-110 o45½-110 +135
 414CHICAGO -3-110 u45½-110 -160
1:00 PM415CLEVELAND +5½-110 o42½-110 +200
 416CINCINNATI -5½-110 u42½-110 -240
1:00 PM419ARIZONA -7-115 o41-110 -340
 420JACKSONVILLE +7-105 u41-110 +280
8:30 PM421KANSAS CITY +8½-110 o49-110 +310
 422DENVER -8½-110 u49-110 -385
4:25 PM423MINNESOTA +12½-110 o45½-110 +440
 424SEATTLE -12½-110 u45½-110 -585
4:25 PM425SAN FRANCISCO +3EV o47½-110 +145
 426NEW ORLEANS -3-120 u47½-110 -170
4:25 PM427GREEN BAY +4½-110 o42-110 +185
 428NY GIANTS -4½-110 u42-110 -225
NFL Week 11 Lines For Monday, November 18, 2013
8:40 PM429NEW ENGLAND +3-120 o45½-110 +125
 430CAROLINA -3EV u45½-110 -145

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

2013 Week 8 NFL Football Lines Breakdown & Listing

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

2013 NFL Football Week 8 Odds At JustBet Sportsbook (as of 10/21/2013 @ 11pm EST)
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8:25 PM 103CAROLINA -6-110 o39½-110
  104TAMPA BAY +6-110 u39½-110
1:00 PM (EST) 209SAN FRANCISCO -17-110 o41-110
  210JACKSONVILLE +17-110 u41-110
1:00 PM (EST) 211DALLAS +3-105 o51-110
  212DETROIT -3-115 u51-110
1:00 PM (EST) 213NY GIANTS +6½-110 o54½-110
  214PHILADELPHIA -6½-110 u54½-110
1:00 PM (EST) 215CLEVELAND +7EV o39½-110
  216KANSAS CITY -7-120 u39½-110
1:00 PM (EST) 217BUFFALO +12½-110 o50-110
  218NEW ORLEANS -12½-110 u50-110
1:00 PM (EST) 219MIAMI +7-115 o45½-110
  220NEW ENGLAND -7-105 u45½-110
4:05 PM (EST) 221NY JETS +6½-110 o41-110
  222CINCINNATI -6½-110 u41-110
4:05 PM (EST) 223PITTSBURGH -3EV o40½-110
  224OAKLAND +3-120 u40½-110
4:25 PM (EST) 225WASHINGTON +13½-110 o57½-110
  226DENVER -13½-110 u57½-110
4:25 PM (EST) 227ATLANTA +2½-105 o45-110
  228ARIZONA -2½-115 u45-110
8:30 PM (EST) 229GREEN BAY -7½-110 o48-110
  230MINNESOTA +7½-110 u48-110
8:40 PM (EST) 231SEATTLE -11-110 o41½-110
  232ST. LOUIS +11-110 u41½-110

Sunday Night Football On TV: NFL Sunday Night Football Schedule

October 17th, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on Sunday Night Football On TV: NFL Sunday Night Football Schedule
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SNF LogoAs always, the games on the Sunday Night Football schedule are the best of the bunch to end a full weekend of football, and here at Bankroll Sports, we are taking care of our Sunday Night Football preview each and every week, as well as providing you with an up to date schedule of all of the Sunday Night Football games on the docket for the 2013 season.

Note: All Sunday Night Football games can be seen on NBC, and all SNF kickoffs are slated for 8:30 p.m. (ET). The ability to flex games starts in Week 10.

2013 NBC Sunday Night Football Schedule
Week 1: New York Giants 31 @ Dallas Cowboys 36
Week 2: San Francisco 49ers 3 @ Seattle Seahawks 29
Week 3: Chicago Bears 40 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 23
Week 4: New England Patriots 30 @ Atlanta Falcons 23
Week 5: Houston Texans 13 @ San Francisco 49ers 38
Week 6: Washington Redskins 16 @ Dallas Cowboys 31
Week 7: Denver Broncos @ Indianapolis Colts
Week 8: Green Bay Packers @ Minnesota Vikings
Week 9: Indianapolis Colts @ Houston Texans
Week 10: Dallas Cowboys @ New Orleans Saints
Week 11: Green Bay Packers @ New York Giants
Week 12: Denver Broncos @ New England Patriots
Week 13: New York Giants @ Washington Redskins
Week 14: Atlanta Falcons @ Green Bay Packers
Week 15: Cincinnati Bengals @ Pittsburgh Steelers
Week 16: New England Patriots @ Baltimore Ravens
Week 17: Dallas Cowboys @ Washington Redskins

This Week’s Sunday Night Football Game Preview
Denver Broncos -6.5
Indianapolis Colts +6.5
Over/Under 56

We have seen every single Sunday Night Football game this year feature at least 29 points scored by the winner, and we can just about darn near guarantee that that is going to be what happens in this one once again in Week 7. The Denver Broncos are scoring points at a ridiculous clip this year, and they’ll take on the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Field.

Of course, the headline here is going to be about QB Peyton Manning coming back to Indy, the city that he essentially built from a football perspective. Manning now is leading the best offense he has arguably ever had, and that’s saying a lot, knowing that he had a season where he threw for the most touchdowns in NFL history at the time. However, what is really getting to us is the fact that this defense isn’t all that great. Some of it is the circumstance of always playing from ahead, and that means lots of soft zones and such, but we have seen this unit look horrid against QB Tony Romo and the Cowboys and now at times against QB Chad Henne and the Jaguars. One of those is excusable. The other isn’t. There are definitely flaws in this undefeated side.

Indy is far from perfect as well, and the argument could be made that this team was fortunate to beat both Seattle and Oakland at home this year. However, the Colts are the worthy AFC South leaders in our eyes, and we have to imagine that they are going to want to stretch out this lead even more. Indy is already a game up on the Titans and two up on the Texans, and both teams are big underdogs this week. QB Andrew Luck is taking over for the departed Manning, and he is going to try to be the next great Colts quarterback to lead this team for a decade. Luck is another one of these once-in-a-generation types of talent, and he’ll go far, but is he ready to really take down a man that has already carved out a Hall of Fame career?

Watching the NFL betting trends here is sickening. Do you care that Manning has five straight wins and covers in this series or the fact that the Colts have five straight wins and covers in this series? The truth of the matter is that Luck was still a frosh at Stanford the last time that these two teams played, and that really probably prompts you to throw out the record books.