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2013 Week 14 NFL Odds List & Rundown – NFL Football Lines

December 5th, 2013 by Travis Edwards (Bankroll Sports Contributor) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2013 Week 14 NFL Odds List & Rundown – NFL Football Lines
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List (Below) & Breakdown of the Week 14 NFL Lines For All This Week’s Games

Listed below you will find the complete rundown and list of all the 2013 NFL Week 14 lines, including spreads, totals, and moneylines, for all the upcoming NFL Football games.

2013 Week 14 NFL Lines For Thursday (12/5/2013)

Houston (-3, 43) at Jacksonville 8:25 PM EST NFL Network

Two of the AFC South bottom feeders meet for the second time this season on Thursday night football as the Houston Texans take on the Jacksonville Jaguars. Houston (2–10 SU, 3–9 ATS) is coming off a 34-31 loss to New England, their 10th loss in a row. Jacksonville (3–9 SU, 4–8 ATS) is coming off an upset win on the road at Cleveland. Jacksonville won the previous matchup between these two, 13–7.

2013 Week 14 Sunday NFL Lines For 12/8/2013

Kansas City (-3, 45) at Washington 1:00 PM EST CBS

The Kansas City Chiefs (9–3 SU, 6–6 ATS), losers of three in a row and coming off a 35–28 loss to Denver, will look to stay in the AFC West race as they take on the Washington Redskins (3–9 SU, 3–9 ATS). Washington’s season is pretty much lost, coming off a 24–17 loss to division rival New York.

Atlanta at Green Bay (NL) 1:00 PM EST FOX

Green Bay (5-6-1 SU, 4-8 ATS) is coming off a 40-10 loss at Detroit, and will look to stay in contention in the NFC North as they host the Atlanta Falcons.  The Falcons (3-9 SU, 4-8 ATS) picked up a win last Sunday winning in Toronto against Buffalo 34–31. Reports are that Aaron Rodgers will be back for the Packers on Sunday, and they need him back as soon as possible if they have any chance to win the division.

Minnesota at Baltimore (-7, 43) 1:00 PM EST FOX

The Baltimore Ravens (6-6 SU, 6-5-1 ATS) will look to stay in the AFC wildcard hunt as they host the Minnesota Vikings. Baltimore is coming off a key divisional win on Thanksgiving night beating Pittsburgh 22–20. Minnesota (3-8-1 SU, 6-6 ATS) is out of wildcard contention, yet still remains competitive. The Vikings won at home against Chicago in overtime 23–20 last Sunday.

Cleveland at New England (NL) 1:00 PM EST CBS

The New England Patriots (9–3 SU, 6-6 ATS) currently hold the #2 seed in the AFC and will look to continue their winning ways as they host the Cleveland Browns. The Browns (4–8 SU, 5–7–1 ATS) are coming off an upset loss at home to the Jacksonville Jaguars 32–28. The Patriots rebounded from a slow start on Sunday to beat the Houston Texans 34-31.

Oakland at New York (A) (-2.5) 1:00 PM EST CBS

The New York Jets (5-7 SU, 6-6 ATS) have fallen on hard times as of late, losing three in a row and will look to right the ship as they host the Oakland Raiders. The Jets failed to get anything going off offensively last Sunday losing to Miami 23–3. Oakland (4–8 SU, 8–4 ATS) is coming off a Thanksgiving Day loss to the Dallas Cowboys 31–24.

Indianapolis at Cincinnati (-5.5, 44) 1:00 PM EST CBS

The Indianapolis Colts (8-4 SU, 6-5-1 ATS) will look to clinch the AFC South division when they travel to Cincinnati to take on the Bengals. Indianapolis rebounded from a brutal 29 point loss as they beat the Tennessee Titans 22–14 last Sunday. Cincinnati (8-4 SU, 7-4-1 ATS) currently holds a two game lead in the AFC North and are coming off a win at San Diego 17–10.

Detroit at Philadelphia (-2.5, 54) 1:00 PM EST FOX

In what will be one of the more interesting matchups on Sunday the NFC North leading Detroit Lions take on the Philadelphia Eagles (7-5 SU, 6-5-1 ATS). Detroit (7-5 SU, 6-6 ATS) is coming off a 40–10 blowout win on Thanksgiving Day over Green Bay. Philadelphia beat Arizona last Sunday 24–21, and is currently on a four game winning streak.

Miami at Pittsburgh (-3, 41) 1:00 PM EST CBS

The Miami Dolphins (6-6 SU, 7-5 ATS) will look to stay in the AFC wildcard hunt as they travel to Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers. The Steelers (6-6 SU, 7-5 ATS) are coming off a slim 22–20 loss at Baltimore Thanksgiving night and are in a must win situation. Miami is coming off a 23–3 blowout win over the New York Jets.

Buffalo at Tampa Bay (-2.5, 42.5) 1:00 PM EST

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-9 SU, 5-7 ATS) had their three game win streak snapped last week losing to Carolina 27–6. They will look to get back in the win column as they host the Buffalo Bills. Buffalo (4–8 SU, 6-6 ATS) is coming off a 34–31 overtime loss in Toronto to Atlanta.

Tennessee at Denver (-11.5, 49) 4:05 PM EST

The Denver Broncos (10–2 SU, 7–5 ATS) will look to keep their #1 seed intact as the host the Tennessee Titans. Denver got a big victory last Sunday, winning in Kansas City 35–28. Tennessee (5-7 SU, 6-4–2 ATS) is coming off a 22–14 loss at Indianapolis and trail the Colts by 3 games in the AFC South.

St. Louis at Arizona (-6, 41.5) 4:25 PM EST FOX

The St. Louis Rams (5-7 SU, 5-7 ATS) saw their playoff chances dwindle last week as they lost to division rival San Francisco 23–13. Arizona (7-5 SU, 7-4-1 ATS) is still in the wildcard hunt yet suffered a setback last week, losing to Philadelphia to 4–21.

New York (N) at San Diego (-3, 47.5) 4:25 PM EST FOX

The New York Giants (5–7 SU, 5–7 ATS) will look to stay in contention in the NFC East and will travel out west to play the San Diego Chargers. New York got a big division win last week with a win at Washington 24–17. San Diego (5-7 SU, 6-5-1 ATS) saw their playoff hopes take a hit as they lost 17–10 at home to Cincinnati.

Seattle at San Francisco (NL) 4:25 PM EST FOX

The San Francisco 49ers (8–4 SU, 8–3-1 ATS) will be looking for revenge as they host the Seattle Seahawks. In the previous matchup in week 2, Seattle (11-1 SU, 8-4 ATS) dominated the 49ers, winning 29–3. Seattle currently holds the #1 seed in the NFC and is coming off a huge win on Monday night football beating the Saints 34–7. The 49ers took care of business last Sunday, beating the St. Louis Rams 23-13.

Carolina at New Orleans (-3.5, 45) 8:30 PM EST NBC

In a key NFC South matchup, the Carolina Panthers (9-3 SU, 8-4 ATS) travel to New Orleans to take on the Saints. The Saints (9-3, SU, 6-6 ATS) are coming off their worst loss of the season losing at Seattle 34–7. The Panthers are currently on an eight game win streak, winning last Sunday beating Tampa Bay 27-6.

2013 Week 14 Monday Night Football Game Odds (12/9/2013)

Dallas at Chicago (Off The Board) 8:30 PM EST ESPN

The Dallas Cowboys (7-5 SU, 8-4 ATS) will look to keep pace in the NFC East as they travel to Chicago to take on the Bears. Dallas is coming off a 31–24 when on Thanksgiving Day over Oakland. Chicago (6-6 SU, 2-8-2 ATS) is coming off a 23-20 overtime loss at Minnesota. Dallas will be looking for revenge as they lost to Chicago at home on Monday night football 34–18 last season.

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Week 14 NFL Lines For Thursday, December 5, 2013
8:00 PM (EST):    
101HOUSTON -3½-105 o43-110 -190
102JACKSONVILLE +3½-115 u43-110 +160
Week 14 NFL Football Odds For Sunday December 8, 2013
1:00 PM (EST):    
131KANSAS CITY -3-125 o45-110 -175
132WASHINGTON +3+105 u45-110 +150
1:00 PM (EST):    
133MINNESOTA +6½-110 o42½-110 +230
134BALTIMORE -6½-110 u42½-110 -280
1:00 PM (EST):    
137OAKLAND +2½EV o40½-110 +120
138NY JETS -2½-120 u40½-110 -140
1:00 PM (EST):    
139INDIANAPOLIS +6-110 o43½-110 +215
140CINCINNATI -6-110 u43½-110 -255
8:00 PM (EST):    
1:00 PM (EST):    
143DETROIT +2½-105 o54½-110 +125
144PHILADELPHIA -2½-115 u54½-110 -145
1:00 PM (EST):    
145MIAMI +3EV o41-110 +145
146PITTSBURGH -3-120 u41-110 -170
1:00 PM (EST):    
147BUFFALO +2½EV o42½-110 +125
148TAMPA BAY -2½-120 u42½-110 -145
4:05 PM (EST):    
149TENNESSEE +12-110 o48½-110 +470
150DENVER -12-110 u48½-110 -650
4:25 PM (EST):    
151ST. LOUIS +6½-110 o41½-110 +225
152ARIZONA -6½-110 u41½-110 -270
4:25 PM (EST):    
153NY GIANTS +3EV o47-110 +145
154SAN DIEGO -3-120 u47-110 -170
4:25 PM (EST):    
155SEATTLE +2½EV o41½-110 +125
156SAN FRANCISCO -2½-120 u41½-110 -145
Week 14 NFL Lines For Friday, December 9, 2013
8:40 PM (EST):    
159DALLAS +1-110 o49-110 -105
160CHICAGO -1-110 u49-110 -115

2012 NFL Week 14 Lines – Week Fourteen Lines Breakdown

December 8th, 2012 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2012 NFL Week 14 Lines – Week Fourteen Lines Breakdown
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A Full Listing Of the Week 14 NFL Odds Are Below

BenJarvus Green-Ellis BengalsWeek 14 of the 2012 NFL campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2011 Week 14 NFL lines and spreads along with a breakdown of the Week 14 NFL odds. Be sure to check out the free NFL picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this week…

If you like big upsets, this is probably the week on the NFL betting lines for you. There are a whopping three teams that are double digit favorites, one of which is on the road, and there is one more team that is favored by more than a touchdown. It’s certainly not a guarantee that all of these clubs are going to win when push comes to shove, and there could be a real chance for some major upsets to hit the board.

The fun and games starts on Thursday, when the Denver Broncos take on the Oakland Raiders. Oakland is definitely one of those teams that has the ability to be a pain in the butt, but it has been one of the worst teams in the league over the course of the last few weeks. Denver is just murdering teams left and right, and it has already clinched up the AFC West title. With all of that being said, it’s no wonder why the Broncos, in spite of the fact that they are on the road and in spite of the fact that they are playing in a rivalry game, are still laying 10.5, matchup the biggest point spread of the weekend.

The other two double digit favorites are the San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks. The Niners are giving a week-high 10.5 to the Miami Dolphins in spite of the fact that they really haven’t had a very consistent quarterback situation with QB Colin Kaepernick and the recently benched QB Alex Smith. Seattle is taking on a train wreck of an Arizona Cardinals outfit, who mustered under 100 yards of total offense if you take away the 40 yards they got on fake punt in a loss last week. The Seahawks, who currently hold the last playoff spot in the NFC, are laying 10.

The other big favorites at the moment are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. It’s not that Tampa Bay has been all that impressive of late, as the team has lost a pair of nail biters in a row to the Atlanta Falcons and Denver Broncos. It’s that the team the Bucs are playing this week, the Philadelphia Eagles, are as much of a disaster as the Cardinals are. Head Coach Andy Reid is clearly just playing out the string, as he will be fired at the end of the season, and QB Nick Foles has been named the starter for the rest of the year. Foles on the road in Tampa Bay against a playoff hungry team that has been playing solid football isn’t a good formula, and that’s why the Bucs are giving 7.5.

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The other major theme of the week this week is the road favorite, all of which could easily fall victim to the dreaded upset. All of these teams are favored by either 3 or 3.5 on the road, and two of them are going against division rivals.

One look at the game between the Atlanta Falcons and the Carolina Panthers, and you’d think that the Falcons should be favored by at least a touchdown, knowing how far apart these two are in the NFL standings. However, remember that when these two played at the Georgia Dome, the Panthers had the Falcons dead to rights, and they ultimately only lost the game by a deuce. That’s why the oddsmakers have only lined Atlanta at -3.5.

The two teams that are favored by a field goal on the road are the New York Jets and the Chicago Bears. Both teams might really be fighting for their rights to survival for the playoffs. Chicago seems to be in a comfortable spot right now, but a loss to the Minnesota Vikings, and all of a sudden, there is just a game of safety left with three games to play, one of which is coming against the Packers. The Vikes are definitely playing for their lives, as dropping to 6-7 would be devastating and would probably end up resulting in the end of the season after such a promising start to the year. Amazingly, the Jets are still in the thick of the fight at 5-7 in the AFC, but they are going to need to beat the Jacksonville Jaguars down in the Sunshine State to keep those hopes alive.

The rest of the games on the docket are all expected to be relatively close. The Washington Redskins are favored by two points over the Baltimore Ravens in a local clash. Elsewhere in the AFC North, the Pittsburgh Steelers, with QB Ben Roethlisberger appearing to be back in the saddle, are -7 against the San Diego Chargers. The Cleveland Browns are -6.5 in a clash of two of the worst teams in the NFL against the Kansas City Chiefs. And finally, the Cincinnati Bengals are -3 at home against the Dallas Cowboys in a battle of two teams fighting for playoff positioning.

The Indianapolis Colts are laying five to the Tennessee Titans in a battle of AFC South teams, while the Buffalo Bills are -3 at home against the St. Louis Rams.

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Three of the last four games on the rotation schedule are tremendously important battles this week. The New Orleans Saints and New York Giants are both coming off of bad losses last week, and they are going to need to make amends for that if they are going to have a chance to fulfill their playoff goals. New Orleans absolutely has to have this one, or there is a chance that it could be mathematically eliminated by the time Week 15 is said and done with. The Giants will need a win to ensure that they stay in first place in the NFC East for another week. The G-Men are giving 4.5 in what should be one of the week’s most exciting games.

Football Night in America heads to Lambeau Field this week for the Green Bay Packers and the Detroit Lions. Odds have it, blowing a 12-point lead last week to the Colts spells the end for Detroit, but if there is any chance whatsoever to at least keep some hope for the playoffs alive, this is it. Green Bay knows that winning out will win the NFC North, and it will probably end up giving the team a first round bye in the second season. The hosts are predictably favored by a touchdown.

But of course, the big kahuna game of the weekend pits the Houston Texans against the New England Patriots. The Texans know that winning this game will almost certainly give them the No. 1 seed in the AFC playoffs, as they will be at least two up with three to play on the Ravens and Broncos, and they will have put New England away. More importantly, Houston would have SU victories over all three of the top seeds in the conference, and two of those wins would be on the road. The Patriots already have the AFC East locked up, but if they have any chance of keeping the road to the Super Bowl at home, they are going to have to win this game. To prove just how evenly matched these two clubs are, New England is only favored by the value of home field advantage, three points.

‘Totals’ this week are all over the place. Both the Sunday Night and Monday Night Football games feature ‘totals’ in the 50s, while the highest number of the week features a 53 with the Giants and the Saints. Meanwhile on the other end of the spectrum, the Seahawks and the Cardinals are only expected to reach 35.5 points.

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Week 14 NFL Betting Odds for Thursday, December 6th
101 Denver Broncos -10
102 Oakland Raiders +10
Over/Under 47

Week 14 NFL Spreads for Sunday, December 9th (1:00 ET Kickoffs)
105 Baltimore Ravens +2.5
106 Washington Redskins -2.5
Over/Under 47.5

107 Kansas City Chiefs +7
108 Cleveland Browns -7
Over/Under 38

109 San Diego Chargers +7.5
110 Pittsburgh Steelers -7.5
Over/Under 39.5

111 Tennessee Titans +5
112 Indianapolis Colts -5
Over/Under 46

113 New York Jets -2.5
114 Jacksonville Jaguars +2.5
Over/Under 38

115 Chicago Bears -2.5
116 Minnesota Vikings +2.5
Over/Under 39

117 Atlanta Falcons -3.5
118 Carolina Panthers +3.5
Over/Under 48

119 Philadelphia Eagles +7.5
120 Tampa Bay Buccaaneers -7.5
Over/Under 47.5

121 St. Louis Rams +3
122 Buffalo Bills -3
Over/Under 42.5

123 Dallas Cowboys +3
124 Cincinnati Bengals -3
Over/Under 45.5

NFL Week 14 Betting Lines for Sunday, December 9th (4:00 ET Kickoffs)
125 Miami Dolphins +10
126 San Francisco 49ers -10
Over/Under 39

127 New Orleans Saints +5
128 New York Giants -5
Over/Under 53

129 Arizona Cardinals +10
130 Seattle Seahawks -10
Over/Under 36

Sunday Night Football Week 14 Odds for Sunday, December 9th
131 Detroit Lions +7
132 Green Bay Packers -7
Over/Under 49

Monday Night Football Week 14 Lines for Monday, December 10th
133 Houston Texans +3
134 New England Patriots -3
Over/Under 51

2012 College Football Week 14 Lines: NCAA Football Week 14 Lines

November 26th, 2012 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2012 College Football Week 14 Lines: NCAA Football Week 14 Lines
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All Of The College Football Week 14 Betting Lines Are Below

SEC Title GameIt’s Championship Week across college football, and here at Bankroll Sports, we’re paying attention to all of the great Championship Game odds and Week 14 odds for what should be a remarkable finale to as good of a season as we have seen in quite some time.

The week starts off on Thursday with the de facto Big East Championship Game. The Rutgers Scarlet Knights are three point favorites to win the Big East outright, but the Louisville Cardinals are going to try to make a big time mess of the standings if they can pull off the upset. The atmosphere in Piscataway should be electric, and these two teams are very hard to separate. Neither has played well, and both are coming off of brutal losses, so the only tiebreaker that the oddsmakers really have is home field advantage, and that field goal is exactly the margin that Rutgers is favored by. This game also features one of the lowest ‘totals’ of the week at just 43 points, though the other Big East game of note between the Connecticut Huskies and the Cincinnati Bearcats on Saturday is even lower at 39.

From the world of defense to the world of offense in the MAC, where the MAC Championship Game odds are going to be as tightly contested as we have seen in years and years. The last time that the conference had this much of a buzz, the Ball State Cardinals were on the verge of busting the BCS, only to get knocked off by the Buffalo Bulls. Since then, this conference has been looked at as one of the worst in America, only just in front of the Sun Belt, but it has been a banner year for the MAC. Both the Kent State Golden Flashes and the Northern Illinois Huskies have a chance of going to the BCS. Kent State is almost a lock with a win, while Northern Illinois will clearly need a win and some big time help. There are actually three 1,000+ yard rushers in this game, so the points could be flying on the scoreboard in a hurry in spite of the fact that these two defenses are both quite stout. NIU is laying five thanks to QB Jordan Lynch, one of the most dynamic players in the country, though that number has already started dropping from the outset of the weekend with still plenty of time to go until kickoff.

The other clash on Friday is the Pac-12 Championship Game, where either the UCLA Bruins or the Stanford Cardinal will be celebrating with roses in their mouths. Yes, the trip to the Rose Bowl will be handed to the winner of this game. This is a rematch of last week’s game at the Rose Bowl Stadium, a game which Stanford won handily to move on to this spot and to host the conference title game. It’s one of the biggest games in the last 30 years of Stanford football, and it is also a chance for UCLA to prove that it is back on the map as a team to beat out West. Still, this is expected to be a one-sided blowout, with the Cardinal favored by nine on “The Farm.”

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The Big XII has itself a big mess to try to work out this week, as there is at least one, and possibly two BCS bowl bids to hand out. The Kansas State Wildcats are in the driver’s seat right now, as they know that a win removes all doubt that they’ll be in the Fiesta Bowl. It’s Senior Day as well, and there will be a lot of emotion surrounding QB Collin Klein in his final game of his potential Heisman Trophy winning season. Klein needs a huge game to catch up to QB Johnny Manziel, but he has a chance to make the final statement in the final week of the campaign. Kansas State is one of the bigger favorites of this Championship Weekend, laying 10 tothe Texas Longhorns, who also have an outside shot of going to the BCS.

The biggest favorites though, are the West Virginia Mountaineers. They’re giving 20 to the Kansas Jayhawks in what should be the only game that has very little to no doubt as to who the victor truly will be.

That’s definitely not all from the Big XII, though. The Oklahoma State Cowboys and the Baylor Bears are involved in what might be the wildest game of the season. The ‘total’ in this one is already set at 81.5, and we expect that that number is going to only go up as the week rolls on, as these are two of the best offenses (and worst defenses) that the conference and the nation have to offer. It’s the team that beat Oklahoma State last week though, the Oklahoma Sooners, that are under the most pressure. The Sooners are squaring off with the TCU Horned Frogs in Fort Worth, and they have to win this game to have any chance to get into the BCS. Lose this one, and it’s off to the Cotton Bowl at best. Win it, get some help, and a trip to the Fiesta Bowl is in the cards. Oklahoma is giving 6.5 to TCU, but the Horned Frogs have their sights set on a Senior Day victory in what has been an emotional first season in the Big XII full of ups and downs.

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But of course, there are some big time conference title games to talk about as well. We’ll start in the ACC, where the Florida State Seminoles and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets are going to do battle in Charlotte. This date has been set for two weeks, but Florida State still has to have its work cut out for it after losing last week to the Florida Gators. The Noles are giving two touchdowns to the Jackets in spite of the fact that Head Coach Paul Johnson is one of the few coaches to have massive degrees of success against the garnet and gold in the ACC.

The Wisconsin Badgers are in a familiar spot in the Big Ten Championship Game, and they’re going to be trying to get back to an even more familiar situation with a third straight trip to the Rose Bowl if they can win this game. However, they’re in a very unfamiliar situation of being an underdog in the biggest game of the year in the Big Ten. The Nebraska Cornhuskers are trying to lock down their first ever Big Ten title, and if they can do that, they’ll be going to the Rose Bowl instead. Wisky is 2-0 ATS in this series, but it is going to have to figure out how to avenge the loss earlier this season in Lincoln to cover this one, as the Badgers are only +2.5.

Two smaller conference titles will be handed out on Saturday as well. In the Sun Belt, the Arkansas State Red Wolves are favored by 10 in what amounts to be the conference title game against the Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders. Over in Conference USA, the UCF Knights and Tulsa Golden Hurricane meet for the second time in five years in the C-USA Championship Game. In this battle to go to the Liberty Bowl, the game is poised well at a pick ’em in spite of the fact that the Knights lost to Tulsa here at Skelley Field just two weeks ago.

And then there’s the tiny little matter of the SEC Championship Game dab smack in the middle of the day. The Alabama Crimson Tide and the Georgia Bulldogs withstood the toughest and deepest conference in America, and now, they are just one win over the other away from playing for the BCS National Championship. Either way, the SEC team will be favored over the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in another month and a half in Miami, but this is clearly as big of a game as there has been in years in this conference. Georgia is considered the heavy 7.5-point underdog in this one, but this is as close of a point spread as the Crimson Tide have faced (and will face) this year. The ‘total’ in this game is lined at 50.5, a very average number all things considered. Remember that QB Aaron Murray will probably make himself a Heisman Trophy finalist by winning this game, while the Tide have scored at least 33 against most of their foes this year. Remember though, that both of these defenses are top notch. It’s been over 128 minutes since Alabama has allowed a single point and over a month and a half since UGA has allowed more than 14 in a game.

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Week 14 College Football Betting Lines for Thursday, 11/29/12

303 Louisville Cardinals +3
304 Rutgers Scarlet Knights -3
Over/Under 43

NCAA Football Lines for Week 14 for Friday, 11/30/12

305 Northern Illinois Huskies -5
306 Kent State Golden Flashes +5
Over/Under 60

307 UCLA Bruins +9
308 Stanford Cardinal -9
Over/Under 52

Week 14 NCAA Football Odds for Saturday, 12/1/12

309 Cincinnati Bearcats -5.5
310 Connecticut Huskies +5.5
Over/Under 39

311 Pittsburgh Panthers -6
312 South Florida Bulls +6
Over/Under 45

313 Oklahoma Sooners -6.5
314 TCU Horned Frogs +6.5
Over/Under 63

315 Texas Longhorns +12.5
316 Kansas State Wildcats -12.5
Over/Under 66

317 Oklahoma State Cowboys -4
318 Baylor Bears +4
Over/Under 81.5

319 Boise State Broncos -9
320 Nevada Wolf Pack +9
Over/Under 63

321 Kansas Jayhawks +20
322 West Virginia Mountaineers -20
Over/Under 69

323 New Mexico State Aggies +13
324 Texas State Bobcats -13
Over/Under 57

325 Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders +10
326 Arkansas State Red Wolves -10
Over/Under OTB

327 Louisiana Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns -9.5
328 Florida Atlantic Owls +9.5
Over/Under OTB

329 South Alabama Jaguars +5
330 Hawaii Warriors -5
Over/Under OTB

331 UCF Knights pk
332 Tulsa Golden Hurricane pk
Over/Under 57

333 Alabama Crimson Tide -7.5
334 Georgia Bulldogs +7.5
Over/Under 50.5

335 Florida State Seminoles -14
336 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets +14
Over/Under 61

337 Nebraska Cornhuskers -2.5
338 Wisconsin Badgers +2.5
Over/Under 48

2011 NFL Prop Picks – Week 14 Fantasy Football Sleepers

December 9th, 2011 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2011 NFL Prop Picks – Week 14 Fantasy Football Sleepers
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Fantasy Football picks are here at Bankroll Sports this year, and we are going to try to make the most of your NFL props betting options at BoDog Sportsbook by giving you some of the best fantasy football sleepers in Week 14!

Nate Burleson vs. Minnesota Vikings
We took a stab at Burleson last week, and he had three catches for about 50 yards called back via offensive pass interference calls. That being said, his quarterback, Matt Stafford has been absolutely fantastic all season long, and with RB Kevin Smith still nursing that ankle injury, there doesn’t seem to be that much that the ground attack is going to do. Burleson has only found the end zone twice all year, but over these last four weeks, he has come up with seven, 12, four, and nine fantasy points. If you’re in a bind at wide receiver, this still is a good option to go to, especially in some deeper leagues or leagues which require that you use three wide receivers, or if you are looking for a decent flex play. Remember that the Vikes rank dead last in the league against opposing fantasy quarterbacks, and with all of the double and triple coverage being given to WR Calvin Johnson, Stafford has to be able to put the ball somewhere.

Santana Moss vs. New England Patriots
Moss was a middle round draft pick in most leagues this year, but he was probably dropped due to the fact that he was injured for over a month. That being said, he could probably be had on the waiver wires in most leagues, and he is going to make for a great start this week. Moss has been getting his targets over the course of the last two weeks, 13 of them to be exact, but they have only been parlayed into a total of six fantasy points. Last week, the Pats gave up just a slew of yards and points, especially late in the game against the Colts, and they have had a history of getting torched by opposing passing games. Wide receivers do more damage against the New England defense from a fantasy football perspective than any other defense in the league. Moss, in our eyes, is a must start that you can probably have for nothing via free agency.

Seattle Seahawks D/ST vs. St. Louis Rams
Last week, we made a huge mistake by recommending the Jaguars’ defense on Monday Night Football against the Chargers. This week, we vow to make amends. The Seahawks play better defense than they do offense, and this is as important of a game as they will play all season long against a terrible St. Louis team that just can’t get out of its own way. The Rams rank dead last in the league in scoring offense and in a number of offensive categories, and with the potential there for the weather to be iffy at CenturyLink Field, especially in front of that fantastic crowd that provides such a great home field advantage, Seattle makes for a great start. Over the last four week, the Seahawks have been good for 18, six, 20, and nine points, and they have been worth double digits five times this year.

Ricky Williams vs. Indianapolis Colts
Last week, we watched Williams get 13 fantasy points in his best day of the year against the Browns. It’s not like RB Ray Rice didn’t get his touches, as he rumbled for over 200 yards and a score. That being said, Williams also had 16 carries for 76 yards and a TD. Now comes an Indianapolis defense which can’t get out of its own way under most circumstances. Especially with this game at home, the possibility is there for a blowout, and just as we took a chance with RB Stevan Ridley last week with the Pats, we are confident that we can get double digits worth of points for the second straight week out of Williams after he didn’t do better than six in any game over the course of the first three months of the season.

2010 NFL Week 14 Lines – Week Fourteen Lines Breakdown

December 11th, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2010 NFL Week 14 Lines – Week Fourteen Lines Breakdown

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Week 14 of the 2010 NFL campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2010 Week 14 NFL lines and spreads along with a breakdown of the Week 14 NFL odds. Be sure to check out the free NFL picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this weekend…

Seasons very well could be on the line in Week 14 of the NFL schedule, as we are getting closer and closer to the end of the campaign. A number of teams are probably starting four week stretches in which they have to win out to be one of the 12 teams vying for the Lombardi Trophy in January and February.

One of those teams is clearly the Indianapolis Colts. The Colts have watched, as QB Peyton Manning has tossed an inexplicable 11 picks in his last three games combined. Manning has clearly struggled, but it’s not like the rest of the team has been innocent in this three game skid. Indy is now a game back with just four to play in the AFC South, and it is a three point favorite on Thursday Night Football against the Tennessee Titans, who might be playing for their Head Coach, Jeff Fisher’s job.

We immediately jump from the first game of the weekend to the final game of the weekend to make NFL picks on. The Baltimore Ravens certainly aren’t in a must win spot right now, as they are 8-4 and still two games up on the field for the final Wild Card spot in the AFC South. However, the Houston Texans are on life support right now at 5-7 for the fourth straight season under Head Coach Gary Kubiak. This is typically the time of year that Kubiak and company turn it on, especially last year, when the team won its final four games. This is going to be a significantly tougher task though, as the Ravens have one of hte best teams in the NFL. If Houston wins this one, it could be back within a game of perhaps its only potential playoff spot, the AFC South title. If it does so though, it is going to have to do it as a three point underdog at home.

No team needs a win on Sunday like the San Diego Chargers. The Bolts inexplicably fell to the Oakland Raiders last weekend at home as two TD favorites, and they’ll have to avoid that same sort of fate this weekend when the Kansas City Chiefs come to town. The Chiefs actually look like they can become the first team to clinch a playoff berth this year, and not the first team to choke their spot away. An upset in this one parlayed with a loss by the Oakland Raiders against the Jacksonville Jaguars eliminates the Chargers from playoff contention and moves KC within just one win or an Oakland loss of winning the division. Still, the oddsmakers remember what it was like to see San Diego roll off so many games at the end of last season (and the season before… and the season before that… oh, and the season before that as well), and they have lined it as a seven point underdog even though it is two games back in the AFC West.

The San Francisco 49ers are in the same sort of predicament. They are only at 4-8, but the co-division leading Seattle Seahawks are in town this weekend. A loss officially eliminates the Niners from the playoffs and probably immediately hands Head Coach Mike Singletary his pink slip once and for all. A win probably puts San Fran just a game back in the NFC West, as the St. Louis Rams are the biggest underdogs on the board this weekend at +9 against the New Orleans Saints. As for the 49ers? They are favored by 4.5 at home against a Seattle team that finally woke up in the second half last week against the Carolina Panthers.

As for those Panthers, they have to contend with one of the best teams in the NFL this week, as the Atlanta Falcons are paying a visit to Tobacco Road. Carolina looks like an absolutely helpless team right now, and there might not be any way out of this predicament of having the No. 1 overall pick in next year’s NBA Draft. The Falcons are still flying high though, and this week doesn’t seem to be anything more than a bump on the schedule. They are 7.5 point favorites and are expected to roll to within just two more wins of the top seed in the NFC side of the playoffs.

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Week 14 NFL Odds for Thursday, 12/9/10

101 Indianapolis Colts -3
102 Tennessee Titans +3
Over/Under 46

Week 14 Lines for Sunday, 12/12/10

105 Oakland Raiders +3.5
106 Jacksonville Jaguars -3.5
Over/Under 42

107 Cincinnati Bengals +8
108 Pittsburgh Steelers -8
Over/Under 39

109 New England Patriots -2
110 Chicago Bears +2
Over/Under 38.5

111 Cleveland Browns +1
112 Buffalo Bills -1
Over/Under 39

113 New York Giants -3
114 Minnesota Vikings +3
Over/Under 43

115 Green Bay Packers -6.5
116 Detroit Lions +6.5
Over/Under 47

117 Atlanta Falcons -7
118 Carolina Panthers +7
Over/Under 42.5

119 Tampa Bay Buccaneers -1.5
120 Washington Redskins +1.5
Over/Under 41

121 St. Louis Rams +8.5
122 New Orleans Saints -8.5
Over/Under 41

123 Seattle Seahawks +5
124 San Francisco 49ers -5
Over/Under 41.5

125 Miami Dolphins +5
126 New York Jets -5
Over/Under 39

127 Denver Broncos -4
128 Arizona Cardinals +4
Over/Under 42.5

129 Kansas City Chiefs +9
130 San Diego Chargers -9
Over/Under 45

131 Philadelphia Eagles -3.5
132 Dallas Cowboys +3.5
Over/Under 51

Week 14 Spreads for Monday, 12/13/10

133 Baltimore Ravens -3
134 Houston Texans +3
Over/Under 46

2010 College Football Week 14 Lines Breakdown

December 4th, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in College Football   1 Comment »

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Week 14 of the 2010 college football campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2010 Week 14 NCAA football lines and spreads along with a breakdown of the Week 14 college football lines. Be sure to check out the free NCAA football picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this weekend!

This is it! After a full season long college football picks, the road to the BCS finally stops this weekend, as two teams will be vying for spots in the BCS National Championship Game, while the other 118 teams just scramble to make bowls of lesser value.

The chase is really just down to four teams, as the Oregon Ducks and Auburn Tigers are in the driver’s seat, while the two teams waiting like piranhas for them to slip are the TCU Horned Frogs and Stanford Cardinal respectively.

Oregon has the easiest route to get to BCS glory. It has already won the Pac-10 this season and has absolutely no pressure on its back to get to one of the most illustrious bowl games, as it will go to the Rose Bowl to face the Wisconsin Badgers if it loses. However, you can bet that HC Chip Kelly’s club has no interest in the consolation prize this year, especially after winning in Pasadena last season. The Oregon State Beavers have a ton of motivation this season to beat their arch rivals, not just because this is the Civil War, one of the most brutal battles in the country, but because their bowl lives depend on it. After a season in which the Beavers have already suffered losses to three of the Top 10 teams in the nation, they have to face the land’s best. It might be playing at home in front of a raucous crowd at Reser Stadium, but Oregon State is a 16.5 point underdog.

Auburn has a significantly more difficult road to get to Glendale, as it has to take on a team that nearly beat it in the regular season, the South Carolina Gamecocks. We know that QB Cam Newton probably already has the Heisman Trophy wrapped up whether he accounts for ten touchdowns or ten turnovers in this one, but he is clearly going to have to play well if he wants to bring his Tigers to the BCS Championship Game. South Carolina allowed over 330 yards on the ground to these guys when they met at Jordan Hare Stadium, but in spite of that, it still allowed less than 100 yards in total per game in rushing. The Gamecocks have never won the SEC and have never been to a BCS bowl game before. A win sends them to the Sugar Bowl and would make friends for life out of the TCU Horned Frogs. Auburn knows that it will either be going to the title game or the Orange Bowl, but just like Oregon, there is no desire to settle for second best after a season in which virtually everything went right. The oddsmakers are showing some faith in the Gamecocks after their seven point loss on the road in September, lining them at +5.

Should Auburn lose on Saturday, the Arkansas Razorbacks will be shifted out of the BCS and most likely into the Capital One Bowl. Should the Tigers win, college football expert picks are projecting the Hogs in the Sugar Bowl, where they would face either the Stanford Cardinal or the Big East champion.

BCS bids will be handed out in the ACC, Big East, and Big XII as well this weekend, and you can bet that the five clashes surrounding these illustrious bowl bids are going to be hot and heavy, as none of these teams are going to be at large entrants into the BCS.

In the ACC, the Virginia Tech Hokies and Florida State Seminoles meet in the ACC Championship Game in Charlotte. These two teams have met here once before, with Florida State already having shocked the Hokies once for the conference crown. HC Jimbo Fisher just picked up the biggest win of his young coaching career against the Florida Gators last week, and if he nails this one down on Saturday, no one will be questioning whether it was the right time for HC Bobby Bowden to leave Tallahassee or not. The Hokies haven’t lost outright and are 9-1 ATS since losing to the James Madison Dukes way back in September, and they are four point favorites on Saturday night.

In a game running concurrently in primetime, the Nebraska Cornhuskers and Oklahoma Sooners will meet for one last time as conference rivals at Dallas Cowboys Stadium, and the stakes could not be higher. It was a tumultuous season for both in the Big XII, but just as most figured at the outset of the year, the two are fighting it out for a BCS bowl bid. The winner goes to the Fiesta Bowl, most likely to face the Stanford Cardinal. Without knowing what the state of the Nebraska quarterback situation is at this point, the oddsmakers really had no choice but to line the Sooners as 4.5 point favorites.

In the Big East, the Connecticut Huskies are just 60 minutes away from their first conference crown and their first trip to the BCS. They’ll take on the South Florida Bulls, where they are slight one point underdogs. If UConn drops on Saturday, the door will swing open for the West Virginia Mountaineers to make a return trip to the BCS. There is no doubt that the ‘Neers, three TD favorites against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, would capitalize on this opportunity, but should they lose, it would all swing back to the Pittsburgh Panthers, who are two point road dogs against the Cincinnati Bears. Should all three lose, the Huskies would win the Big East and most likely head to the Orange Bowl.

Don’t forget about the MAC and Conference USA Championship Games either. In the MAC on Friday night, the Northern Illinois Huskies, a Top 25 team, take on the Miami Redhawks, where they are favored by 17.5 points. The Conference USA crown will be handed out on Saturday, where the UCF Knights are hosting the biggest game in the history of their new stadium, Bright House Network Stadium Field on Saturday afternoon. They are nine point favorites over the SMU Mustangs.

The biggest favorites of the weekend are the Boise State Broncos, who are just praying that they can make enough of a statement against the Utah State Aggies to make it to a BCS bowl game. The chances are very, very slim at best, but the men from the Smurf Turf are favored by 38 points regardless.

2010 NCAA Football Week 14 Odds @ BetUS Sportsbook (as of 12/4/10):
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Week 14 Betting Lines for Thursday, 12/2/10

303 Arizona State Sun Devils +5.5
304 Arizona Wildcats -5.5

Lines for Week 14 for Friday, 12/3/10

305 Illinois Fighting Illini -5
306 Fresno State Bulldogs +5

307 Miami Redhawks +17.5
308 Northern Illinois Huskies -17.5

Week 14 Odds for Saturday, 12/4/10

309 Pittsburgh Panthers +1
310 Cincinnati Bearcats -1
Over/Under 54.5

311 Rutgers Scarlet Knights +20.5
312 West Virginia Mountaineers -20.5
Over/Under 45.5

313 Connecticut Huskies +2.5
314 South Florida Bulls -2.5
Over/Under 42.5

315 Utah State Aggies +38
316 Boise State Broncos -38
Over/Under 61.5

317 Nevada Wolf Pack -7.5
318 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs +7.5
Over/Under 70.5

319 USC Trojans -6
320 UCLA Bruins +6
Over/Under 54

321 Washington Huskies -5.5
322 Washington State Cougars +5.5
Over/Under 54

323 Oregon Ducks -16
324 Oregon State Beavers +16
Over/Under 64

325 San Jose State Spartans +14
326 Idaho Vandals -14
Over/Under 57

327 UNLV Rebels +34.5
328 Hawaii Warriors -34.5
Over/Under 64.5

329 Troy Trojans -5
330 Florida Atlantic Owls +5
Over/Under 54.5

331 Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders +5
332 Florida International Golden Panthers -5
Over/Under 54

333 SMU Mustangs +9
334 Central Florida Knights -9
Over/Under 55

335 Auburn Tigers -4.5
336 South Carolina Gamecocks +4.5
Over/Under 63

337 Florida State Seminoles +3
338 Virginia Tech Hokies -3
Over/Under 51

339 Nebraska Cornhuskers +4
340 Oklahoma Sooners -4
Over/Under 53

2009 Week 14 NFL Lines; Weekly Breakdown & Listing

December 9th, 2009 by Travis Edwards (Bankroll Sports Contributor) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2009 Week 14 NFL Lines; Weekly Breakdown & Listing

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Once again scoring was low in the NFL as the under totals took a 10-5 winning margin against the over totals. Defense is especially becoming a bigger factor just ask the Minnesota Vikings who were shut down by the Arizona defense after being one of the hottest offenses in the NFL over the past few weeks. In fact, scoring is expected to drop again this week. Outside of the meeting between Dallas and San Diego, the highest over/under total stands at a measly 44 ½ mark. As far as other action is concerned, this was the first week in about a month where the home teams outshined the away teams against the spread. Home teams were 9-6 ATS vs. away foes and the home teams also won 10 out of the 16 overall contests throughout the weekend as well. Other interesting factors from week 13 include the underdogs vs. the favorites which have been back and forth over the past weeks. However, this past week was pretty close to the equilibrium as favored teams held a slight advantage over the underdogs at 7-6-2 mark ATS. The home teams have held a pretty sizeable advantage throughout the year as favorites each week against the away teams even though the results have been pretty equal. Looking at the week 14 NFL lines, again however, the home teams will be favored in 9 of the 14 games this weekend, with the exception of Buffalo at Kansas City which is listed at even money currently. Another important factor in the week 14 NFL lines is the playoff picture that will be really taking shape. There are 10 different games favored by a single score or less which may not be very surprising considering how many teams are in a “must win” scenario. However, there are 4 other games that currently are favored by double digits. Week 14 will start off with the defending Super Bowl Champions in the Pittsburgh Steelers who will be trying to salvage postseason hopes in a trip to Cleveland and the week will end as Arizona looks to clinch the NFC West at San Francisco. Take a look at all the other games in between as we head towards another exciting week of football. Lines can be found at BetUS Sportsbook as seen below. Also take a look at the current NFL playoff pitcure in the post below.

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2009 Week 14 NFL Lines & Spreads From BetUS (as of 12/9 @ 6:45 am ET):
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Week 14 Thursday Night NFL Lines For Dec 10, 2009   
 101Pittsburgh Steelers-10  -110  34O -110 
 102Cleveland Browns+10  -110   U -110 
Week 14 NFL Lines For Sun, Dec 13, 2009    
 105Denver Broncos+7  -110  44O -110 
 106Indianapolis Colts-7  -110   U -110 
 107Cincinnati Bengals+6½  -110  43O -110 
 108Minnesota Vikings-6½  -110   U -110 
 111Buffalo Billspk  -110  37O -110 
 112Kansas City Chiefspk  -110   U -110 
 113Green Bay Packers-3  -120  41O -110 
 114Chicago Bears+3  Ev   U -110 
 117Detroit Lions+13  -110  39½O -110 
 118Baltimore Ravens-13  -110   U -110 
 119Miami Dolphins+3  -125  44O -110 
 120Jacksonville Jaguars-3  +105   U -110 
 121Carolina Panthers+13½  -110 44O -110 
 122New England Patriots-13½  -110   U -110 
 123Seattle Seahawks+6½  -110  44½O -110 
 124Houston Texans-6½  -110   U -110 
 125St Louis Rams+13  -110  41O -110 
 126Tennessee Titans-13  -110   U -110 
 127Washington Redskins-1  -110  37½O -110 
 128Oakland Raiders+1  -110   U -110 
 129San Diego Chargers+3  -110  48½O -110 
 130Dallas Cowboys-3  -110   U -110 
 131Philadelphia Eagles+1  -110  44½O -110 
 132New York Giants-1  -110   U -110 
Week 14 Monday Night Football Lines For Dec 14, 2009   
 133Arizona Cardinals-3½  -110  44½O -110 
 134San Francisco 49ers+3½  -110   U -110