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2014 NFL Week 8 Odds – Week 8 Lines Breakdown

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

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

Thursday, October 23rd

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

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

Sunday, October 26th

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Monday, October 27th

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

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


2014 NCAA Week 8 Line Breakdown

October 15th, 2014 by Chad A. Dawkins | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2014 NCAA Week 8 Line Breakdown

Week 8 of the 2014 college football season is upon us. Here are some of the marquee matchups and the lines for the upcoming weekend of action, courtesy of JustBet Sportsbook. All NCAA football bettors and sports fans will get their fill of quality action this weekend as there are quite a few interesting matchups on tap in the SEC, Big 12, and PAC-12 conference.

Thursday, October 16th

#20 Utah (-3, 53) at Oregon State 10:00 pm PAC-12 Network

The #20 ranked Utah Utes will be looking for a little payback when they travel to Corvallis to take on the Oregon State Beavers. The Beavers defeated the Utes last year 51-48 in overtime. the Utes are coming off a huge win at UCLA in week 6.

Saturday, October 18th

#4 Baylor (-8, 79.5) at West Virginia 10:00 pm EST Fox Sports 1

The Baylor Bears travel to Morgantown to take on the West Virginia Mountaineers in a key Big 12 tilt. both teams are coming off huge come from behind wins, with West Virginia winning at Texas Tech, while Baylor defeated TCU. It may take an act of god for it not to go over the total.

#14 Kansas State at #11 Oklahoma (-7.5, 58) 12:00 pm EST ESPN

Jake Waters and the #14 Kansas State Wildcats travel to Norman to take on the Oklahoma Sooners. The last time these two teams met was last year, where Oklahoma won in Manhatten 41-31.

#8 Michigan State (-16, 59) at Indiana 3:30 pm EST ESPN

One of the best defenses in the country in Michigan State will travel to Bloomington to take on the high powered offense of Indiana. The meeting comes at a bad time for the Hoosiers, as quarterback Nate Sudfeld was lost for the season with a shoulder injury.

#21 Texas A&M #3 Alabama (-10.5, 61.5) 3:30 pm EST CBS

The #21 Texas A&M Aggies head to Tuscaloosa to take on the Alabama Crimson Tide. The home field has not mattered the past two years between these two schools, as the visitor has won the past two matchups.

#15 Oklahoma State at #12 TCU (-9, 61.5) 4:00 pm EST FOX Sports 1

The TCU Horned Frogs are coming off consecutive games, and will need to be focused against an under the radar oklahoma State Squad. In the past two weeks, TCU has defeated Oklahoma, and lost to Baylor in the final seconds.

Tennessee at #3 Ole Miss (-16.5, 46) 7:00 pm EST ESPN

The Ole Miss Rebels are coming off two monumental wins over Alabama and Texas A&M. They’ll try to avoid the letdown when they take on the Tennessee Volunteers. If Tennessee can play the way they did against Georgia, this could be a game.

#5 Notre Dame at #2 Florida State (No Line) 8:00 pm EST ABC

In what will be the marquee game of the week, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish take on the Florida State Seminoles. There is currently no word on the status of quarterback Jameis Winston, who might be facing a possible suspension. The last time Winston was suspended, the Seminoles escaped with a 23-17 overtime win against Clemson.

#23 Stanford (-3, 54) at #17 Arizona State 10:30 pm EST ESPN

The Stanford Cardinal will look to rebound from a loss at Notre Dame when they take on the Arizona State Sun Devils in a PAC-12 tilt. The Sun Devils are coming off a huge win over USC due to a last minute hail mary touchdown.







2012 NFL Week 8 Lines – Week Eight Lines Breakdown

October 28th, 2012 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2012 NFL Week 8 Lines – Week Eight Lines Breakdown
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Cardinals vs. 49ersThe Week 8 odds on the NFL lines are ready and raring to go, and here at Bankroll Sports, we are going to be taking a look at all of the games on the Week 8 NFL schedule.

The Minnesota Vikings continue to be arguably the most surprising team in the league this year, and they are going to be starting off this week on the NFL Network’s Thursday Night Football against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Bucs have played well at times this year, but they just don’t feel like they are going to be stringing together wins all that often. This is a winnable game for Tampa Bay for sure, but that doesn’t mean that it is a game that is going to be won more often than not. The Vikes are laying 6.5 to start the week, but the game is bordering on a full touchdown as of Wednesday.

That number of ‘6.5’ is the most popular number on the board this week, as there are just an insane four games that are featuring teams that are favored by that number as of Wednesday afternoon.

Included in there are both the Sunday Night Football and Monday Night Football games. We’ll start at the back of the week, where the Arizona Cardinals are going to be hosting the San Francisco 49ers. Though the defense for the Cards has continued to excel this year, the offense is really putting the team behind the eight-ball. It is clear that Arizona is starting to slip and slide its way right out of the playoff picture, and all of a sudden, Head Coach Ken Whisenhunt might be on the hot seat as quickly as he got himself off of it. QB John Skelton is really stuck as the team’s starter right now, and that’s bad news for the Birds, who are going against one of the most dynamic defenses that the NFL has to offer. San Fran is one of those 6.5 point favorites that figures to win this one relatively easily, and if that turns out to be the case, the NFC West might be turning into a runaway after all.

Sunday Night Football is a crucial one for both the New Orleans Saints and the Denver Broncos. QB Drew Brees and QB Peyton Manning are both amongst the best in the NFL at their craft, and they are going to be hooking up in a big time high flying affair. New Orleans is back within two of the postseason again, and at least the whole NFC isn’t still there to hop. Meanwhile, Denver is 3-3 and sitting atop the AFC West, but it has a lot of work to do to be able to lock down a playoff spot in the crowded AFC. Denver is laying the 6.5 in this one at home at Mile High.

The fourth 6.5-point favorites are the New England Patriots. They have really underachieved this year, and they are very fortunate to not be 3-4 at this point. They have their longest roadie of the year when they travel to London to take on the St. Louis Rams, who are probably right on the verge of falling out of the playoff chase in the NFC. Both of these teams badly need this game to right their seasons, and New England, behind QB Tom Brady and his exciting offense, are the team favored by the TD at Wembley Stadium this year.

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Maybe the biggest game of the day pits the Atlanta Falcons against the Philadelphia Eagles in the City of Brotherly Love. This is one of those games that might separate the contenders from the pretenders. Philly, armed with a new defensive coordinator after its bye week, is going to be letting QB Michael Vick go against the team that drafted him, but Vick knows that he really needs to keep control of the football if he is going to keep his job. If he turns it over near the three times that he is averaging per game this year, Vick and the Eagles won’t be justified as 2.5 point favorites against the only undefeated team left that the NFL has to offer.

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The biggest road favorite of the week is San Francisco, and it is the only team aside from the San Diego Chargers and New York Giants that are laying points as visitors. The G-Men are giving a point and a half to QB Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys in the rematch of the very first game of the season when New York was beaten at home by Big D at MetLife Stadium. The Chargers are visiting the surging Cleveland Browns, who have all of a sudden won two straight games and could be on the verge of getting back in the conversation for the playoffs in the incredibly weak AFC. The Browns are catching 2.5.

Two teams are favored by more than a touchdown on the week. The Green Bay Packers are one of the biggest favorites of the year when they take on the Jacksonville Jaguars, who probably won’t have RB Maurice Jones-Drew or QB Blaine Gabbert. That’s why the Jags are +13 on the road in a game in which they really have very little of a chance. Meanwhile, the Chicago Bears are -7.5 against the Carolina Panthers at Soldier Field in a game that the Panthers figure to really have to have if they want to be in the postseason discussion and out of the No. 1 pick in the NFL Draft discussion instead.

The highest ‘total’ of the week is not surprisingly the 55.5 on the board between the Broncos and the Saints. The lowest is the 37.5 of Monday Night Football between the defensive minded 49ers and Cardinals.

2012 NFL Week 8 Lines @ Diamond Sportsbook (as of 10/24/12):
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Week 8 NFL Odds for Thursday, October 25th
103 Tampa Bay Buccaneers +5
104 Minnesota Vikings -5
Over/Under 43

Week 8 NFL Lines for Sunday, October 28th (1:00 ET Kickoffs)
219 New England Patriots -7 (-105)
220 St. Louis Rams +7 (-115)
Over/Under 47

221 Indianapolis Colts +3.5 (-115)
222 Tennessee Titans -3.5 (-105)
Over/Under 46.5

223 Jacksonville Jaguars +14.5
224 Green Bay Packers -14.5
Over/Under 45.5

225 San Diego Chargers -3 (+100)
226 Cleveland Browns +3 (-120)
Over/Under 43.5

227 Atlanta Falcons +3 (-120)
228 Philadelphia Eagles -3 (+100)
Over/Under 42.5

229 Seattle Seahawks +2.5
230 Detroit Lions -2.5
Over/Under 42.5

231 Miami Dolphins +2
232 New York Jets -2
Over/Under 38

233 Carolina Panthers +7.5 (-115)
234 Chicago Bears -7.5 (-105)
Over/Under 42.5

235 Washington Redskins +4
236 Pittsburgh Steelers -4
Over/Under 44.5

NFL Week 8 Betting Lines for Sunday, October 28th (4:00 ET Kickoffs)
237 Oakland Raiders +1
238 Kansas City Chiefs -1
Over/Under 42

239 New York Giants -2.5
240 Dallas Cowboys +2.5
Over/Under 48

Sunday Night Football Week 8 Lines for Sunday, October 28th
241 New Orleans Saints +6.5
242 Denver Broncos -6.5
Over/Under 55

Monday Night Football Week 8 Lines for Monday, October 29th
243 San Francisco 49ers -7 (-105)
244 Arizona Cardinals +7 (-115)
Over/Under 38.5