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2014 NFL Week 9 Odds – Week 9 Lines Breakdown

October 29th, 2014 by Chad A. Dawkins | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2014 NFL Week 9 Odds – Week 9 Lines Breakdown

Listed below you will find the complete listing of all the NFL lines for all the upcoming week 9 matchups from JustBet Sportsbook. All times Eastern.

Thursday, October 31st

New Orleans (-2.5, 48.5) at Carolina 8:25 PM NFL

The New Orleans Saints will look to build on there big win last Sunday night when they take on Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers. The Panthers have have been struggling as of late, and haven’t won since defeating Chicago back in early October. These two teams held serve at home last season, with Carolina winning at home, and New Orleans winning in the Superdome.

Sunday, November 2nd

Tampa Bay at Cleveland (-6.5, 44) 1:00 PM FOX

The struggling Tampa Bay Buccaneers have lost 3 out of their last 4, and getting back into the win column won’t be easy when they take on the Cleveland Browns, who are 3-1 at home this year and have won 3 out of their last 5.

Arizona at Dallas (No Line) 1:00 PM FOX

In what will be the most watched game in the NFC, the NFC West leading Arizona Cardinals will travel to AT&T Stadium in Arlington to take on the 6-2 Dallas Cowboys. The Cardinals won in dramatic fashion in a 24-20 victory over Philadelphia, while the Cowboys were upset at home on Monday night by division rival Washington.

Philadelphia (-2, 48) at Houston 1:00 PM FOX

The Philadelphia Eagles will look to get back in the win column after a 24-20 loss at Arizona. Philadelphia will be playing their second straight road game against Houston, who dominated Tennessee last weekend behind the efforts of Arian Foster.

NY Jets at Kansas City (-9.5, 41.5) 1:00 PM CBS

It’s been quite a week for the New York Jets. The Jets were embarrassed at home losing to Buffalo 43-17. They’ll look to rebound with Michael Vick at quarterback when they head to Arrowhead to take on the Kansas City Chiefs, who have won two straight since coming off the bye week.

Jacksonville at Cincinnati (-11, 43) 1:00 PM CBS

The Jacksonville Jaguars came back down to earth after picking up there first win in week 7, as they were torched by the Dolphins 27-13. They’ll travel to the Queen City to take on the Cincinnati Bengals, who picked up their second win against Baltimore this season, wining 27-24.

San Diego at Miami (-1.5, 44) 1:00 PM CBS

In one of the more intriguing games of week 9, the San Diego Chargers travel to the Sunshine State to take on the Miami Dolphins. The Chargers are coming off a 35-21 loss to Denver, while Miami defeated Jacksonville, and has put together 2 straight impressive outings.

Washington at Minnesota (No Line) 1:00 PM FOX

The Washington Redskins shocked the NFL world last Monday defeating the Dallas Cowboys in AT&T Stadium. They’ll look to continue that momentum when they travel to Minnesota Vikings, who defeated Tampa Bay in overtime in week 8. There is no word yet on who will be the starter for the Redskins.

St. Louis at San Francisco (-10, 44) 4:05 PM FOX

The St. Louis Rams and San Francisco 49ers meet up for the 2nd time this season. These two NFC West teams met up on October 13th, with San Francisco winning 31-17. San Francisco is coming off the bye, while St. Louis suffered a loss to Kansas City last Sunday, losing 34-7.

Oakland at Seattle (-15, 43) 4:25 PM CBS

The winless Oakland Raiders’s chances of getting a win in week 9 don’t look good, as they’ll travel to Seattle to take on the 4-3 Seahawks. The Seahawks are coming off a hard fought 13-9 win in Carolina, while Oakland lost (again) to Cleveland 23-13.

Denver (-3, 55) at New England 4:25 PM CBS

There is no doubt the marquee matchup will be the Denver Broncos traveling to Foxboro, Massachusetts to take on the New England Patriots. Both teams are playing extremely well, and the Patriots will be looking for revenge for their AFC championship defeat at the hands of Denver.

Baltimore (-1, 47.5) at Pittsburgh 8:30 PM NBC

One of the NFL’s most physical rivalries will be renewed on Sunday night when the Baltimore Ravens take on the Pittsburgh Steelers from Heinz Field. The Steelers looked quite impressive in a 51-34 win over Indianapolis behind Ben Roethlisberger’s 500 yards passing. Baltimore is coming off a heartbreaking 27-24 loss to Cincinnati.

Monday, November 3rd

Indianapolis (-3, 51) at NY Giants 8:30 PM ESPN

The Indianapolis Colts will try to rebound after losing to Pittsburgh when they take on the New York Giants from MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Giants will look to get back on track after losing 2 straight and heading into they bye. It should be a great dual of two of the better 4th quarter quarterbacks in Eli Manning and Andrew Luck.

2014 NCAA Week 10 Line Breakdown

October 29th, 2014 by Chad A. Dawkins | Posted in College Football, General Handicapping   Comments Off on 2014 NCAA Week 10 Line Breakdown

Week 10 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, and Big Ten conference.

Thursday, October 30th

#2 Florida State (-4, 50.5) at #25 Louisville 7:30 PM ESPN

Week 10 of the 2014 college football season kicks off on Thursday night when the #2 ranked Florida State Seminoles take on the Louisville Cardinals in a huge ACC matchup. This could be the biggest regular season game in the history of the Louisville program, and it will be an electric crowd at Papa Johns Stadium in Louisville.

Saturday, November 1st

Florida vs. #11 Georgia (-13, 51) 3:30 PM CBS At EverBank Field, Jacksonville, FL

The Florida Gators and the #11 ranked Georgia Bulldogs meet in Jacksonville in what is called the world’s largest outdoor cocktail party. The Bulldogs are rolling as of late, and have won 5 straight. The Bulldogs won last years meeting 23-20.

#7 TCU (-5.5, 72.5) at #20 West Virginia 3:30 PM ABC

The #7 ranked TCU Horned Frogs, fresh off their 82 point performance against Texas Tech will travel to Morgantown to take on the #20 ranked West Virginia Mountaineers in a matchup with huge Big 12 title implications. West Virginia has been impressive as well, after defeating Baylor at home, they took it to Oklahoma State in Stillwater, winning 27-10.

Kansas at #13 Baylor (-36, 61.5) 4:00 PM FOX Sports 1

The Baylor Bears will look to rebound off their 14 point loss at West Virginia. They’ll get to take their frustrations out on Big 12 bottomfeeder Kansas, who have lost 4 in a row and might have a tough time keeping up with the Bears.

#3 Auburn at #4 Ole Miss (-2.5, 51)  7:00 PM ESPN

The Ole Miss Rebels will look to rebound from their loss at LSU when they take on the #4 ranked Auburn Tigers in an SEC conference matchup with huge national championship implications. It will be a classic matchup of an explosive ground attack against one of the nation’s best defensive units.

Arkansas at #1 Mississippi State (-10, 64)  7:15 PM ESPN 2

The Arkansas Razorbacks will travel to Mississippi to take on the Mississippi State Bulldogs, who survived their first test after being ranked #1 in the country, defeating Kentucky 35-21.

Stanford at #5 Oregon (-7.5, 54.5) 7:30 PM FOX

The Oregon Ducks will look to shake the proverbial monkey off their back when they host the Stanford Cardinal. Stanford has had Oregon’s number the past few years, but Oregon may have the upper hand this season, as Stanford has suffered 3 losses this season.

Illinois at #16 Ohio State (-27.5, 65) 8:00 PM ABC

The Ohio State Buckeyes escaped defeat with a 31-24 overtime victory in Happy Valley last Saturday. They’ll host Illinois, who defeated Minnesota in a mild upset last Saturday. The Buckeyes will play Michigan State next weekend in a key Big Ten tilt.

#12 Arizona at #22 UCLA 2014 (-6.5, 70.5) 10:30 PM ESPN

Scoring should be rather prevalent when the #12 ranked Arizona Wildcats take on the #22 ranked UCLA Bruins on Saturday night. Arizona thumped Washington State 61-38 last weekend, while UCLA escaped Colorado with a 40-37 win in overtime.

#17 Utah at #14 Arizona State (-5.5, 56.5) 11:00 PM FOX Sports 1

The #14 ranked Arizona State Sun Devils host the #14 Utah Utes in a key PAC-12 matchup from Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe. Arizona State’s Taylor Kelly will face the nation’s best pass rush with Utah, who has 35 sacks on the season.

2012 NFL Week 9 Lines – Week Nine Lines Breakdown

November 4th, 2012 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2012 NFL Week 9 Lines – Week Nine Lines Breakdown
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Mario Williams BillsWe are closing in on the halfway point of the 2012 NFL season, and that means that every single game on the NFL point spreads gets more and more important. Check out all of the NFL Week 9 odds at the bottom of this article, and join us for a quick discussion on all of the great games on the NFL Week 9 schedule!

There are a ton of teams right now that are searching for season-defining victories or trying to avoid what might be season-defining defeats. On Thursday night, the Kansas City Chiefs are going to hope to start to turn the ship around against the slumping San Diego Chargers. Both of these head coaches are in a heck of a lot of trouble, and we wouldn’t be all that surprised to see the loser dismissed sooner than later. The Chargers are favored by 7.5-points, but that doesn’t mean that they are a sure thing to win. Remember that this is the same San Diego outfit that has dropped back to back games, one in which it was up 24-0 before losing by double digits, and the latter of which came to the lowly Cleveland Browns.

San Diego is favored by a huge margin, but it isn’t nearly favored by the most points in the league this week. The biggest favorites are the Green Bay Packers, who are -11 against the Arizona Cardinals. This is the second straight week in which Green Bay is the biggest favorite on the NFL betting odds, but this might be the even easier of the two games. The Cards look like a wreck right now, and they have dropped four games in a row. You wouldn’t know just that a few weeks ago, Arizona was the 4-0 team, and Green Bay was the club that we were all asking what was wrong with it.

The other massive favorites are the Houston Texans, who are laying 10.5 to the Buffalo Bills. It is a reunion for DE Mario Williams, who is now one of the two former No. 1 overall picks in the NFL Draft of the Texans that are playing for other teams. Williams is banged up but is expected to give it a go against his former mates, who badly need a win to get back in control of the AFC East race. The Texans might be the best team in the NFL though, so it wouldn’t be considered all that much of a surprise if this is a romp, especially knowing that the last time we saw them play, they absolutely destroyed the Baltimore Ravens.

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One of the themes that we are seeing this week is the idea of the road favorite. There haven’t been a lot of them on the NFL odds this year, and for good reason. Home underdogs are covering 56.1% of all games this year and have won 48.8% of those games outright as well. Four teams, two in the AFC and two in the NFC are favored by 3.5 this week on the road, while a fifth, the Miami Dolphins, are giving 2.5 to the Indianapolis Colts.

The Denver Broncos are giving 3.5 to the Cincinnati Bengals in a game that both teams badly need to win. The Bengals are sliding and could be out of the playoff picture with a loss in this one. However, the Broncos aren’t going to give up their newly acquired lead in the AFC West without a fight, even on the road against a team that was in the playoffs last year. You still have to go back two years to find a game that Cincinnati has won against a team that ultimately went to the playoffs that season.

The old Cleveland Browns are visiting the new Cleveland Browns as well this week. The Baltimore Ravens are off of their bye, and they are hoping to avoid becoming the newest team to lose to the Browns. Cleveland has played a heck of a lot better ball over the course of the last few weeks, and it would love nothing more than to spoil the weekend for the AFC North leaders and maybe think about getting back in the playoff chase itself as well. Baltimore is favored by 3.5-points, but that doesn’t mean that this game is so far removed from an upset.

The two teams in the NFC that are favored by 3.5 are the Detroit Lions and the Chicago Bears. They are both going on the road to face teams from the AFC South, the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tennessee Titans respectively. These are both games that should be won this weekend by the NFC North squads, knowing that the AFC South might be the worst division in football outside of the Texans.

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Maybe the biggest game on Sunday is the 4:25 ET kick between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the New York Giants. These two teams are built awfully similarly, and both have their questions to them. Pittsburgh is the team in much more dire need of a victory, and it might be possible, knowing that the Giants are coming off of that emotional win last week in Dallas. The G-Men are giving a field goal in a game that should be a real fight.

Other games on the Sunday docket that we have not yet discussed include the Washington Redskins -3.5 against the Carolina Panthers, the Seattle Seahawks -5 againt the Minnesota Vikings, and the Oakland Raiders -1.5 at home against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Of note on the Minnesota/Seattle game is the fact that this is the only game of the week with a ‘total’ posted in the 30s, and that is only just barely there right now at 39.5.

Sunday Night Football this week pits the Atlanta Falcons at home against the Dallas Cowboys. We’re not really all that sure what the oddsmakers are seeing in Dallas to make this NFL line just four points, but to the Cowboys’ credit, they have stayed close in virtually every game that they have played this year. The Falcons are still undefeated though, and it would be difficult to see how the Cowboys would come on the road to the Georgia Dome to score the upset.

Monday Night Football should feature just a ton of points as well. The much beleaguered Philadelphia Eagles and the New Orleans Saints both know that they have to go on a run here, and in a hurry if they are going to challenge for playoff spots this year in the top-heavy NFC. This is a game that features the highest ‘total’ of the weekend at 52.5, and it also sees the host Saints giving a field goal in their quest to become just the second team in the history of the league to start 0-4 and to make the playoffs.

2012 NFL Week 9 Lines @ UCABet Sportsbook (as of 11/2/12):
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Week 9 Thursday Night Football Odds for Thursday, November 1st
301 Kansas City Chiefs +7.5
302 San Diego Chargers -7.5
Over/Under 41

Week 9 NFL Spreads for Sunday, November 4th (1:00 ET Kickoffs)
415 Denver Broncos -3.5
416 Cincinnati Bengals +3.5
Over/Under 47.5

417 Arizona Cardinals +10
418 Green Bay Packers -10
Over/Under 43.5

419 Miami Dolphins -2
420 Indianapolis Colts +2
Over/Under 43.5

421 Baltimore Ravens -3.5
422 Cleveland Browns +3.5
Over/Under 42.5

423 Buffalo Bills +10
424 Houston Texans -10
Over/Under 47.5

425 Carolina Panthers +3
426 Washington Redskins -3
Over/Under 47.5

427 Detroit Lions -4.5
428 Jacksonville Jaguars +4.5
Over/Under 44

429 Chicago Bears -3.5
430 Tennessee Titans +3.5
Over/Under 43.5

NFL Week 9 Betting Lines for Sunday, November 4th (4:00 ET Kickoffs)
431 Minnesota Vikings +4
432 Seattle Seahawks -4
Over/Under 38.5

433 Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1.5
434 Oakland Raiders -1.5
Over/Under 46.5

435 Pittsburgh Steelers +3.5
436 New York Giants -3.5
Over/Under 48

Sunday Night Football Week 9 Odds for Sunday, November 4th
437 Dallas Cowboys +3.5
438 Atlanta Falcons -3.5
Over/Under 47.5

Monday Night Football Week 9 Lines for Monday, October 5th
439 Philadelphia Eagles +3
440 New Orleans Saints -3
Over/Under 51.5