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2013 NFL Week 5 Lines – Week Five Lines Breakdown

September 29th, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2013 NFL Week 5 Lines – Week Five Lines Breakdown
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Cowboys CheerleadersThe Week 5 NFL odds are out and ready to go, and here at Bankroll Sports, we are breaking down all of the NFL gambling odds for what should be another remarkable week of play on the gridiron.

Are there legitimately playoff teams that are huge underdogs on the Week 5 NFL betting lines? You bet there are! The biggest of those underdogs comes in what might be the best game of the week between the San Francisco 49ers and the Houston Texans. The Texans have dropped two games in a row, and they very well could be an 0-4 team at this point if not for a few breaks in the second halves of games. They haven’t had a game that this year in which they haven’t trailed in either the second half or overtime, and they are going on the road to take on the San Francisco 49ers. It’s a tough game for sure, but as proof as to how far these two teams have come of late… The last time these two met at Candlestick Park was in 2005, and the #1 pick in the NFL Draft was on the line in Week 17. Houston lost the game, won the #1 pick, and took DE Mario Williams, who has since left via free agency. The Niners did knock off the Rams last week, but is the sky still falling? For the losing team, dropping to 2-3 is going to leave a lot of questions to be answered. The Niners are giving a touchdown in one of the biggest NFL point spreads we have seen in a Texans game in quite some time.

Meanwhile, the favorites in the NFC East and the leaders in the clubhouse in the division, the Dallas Cowboys are going to be playing a tough battle against the Denver Broncos. Not only are the Cowboys also +7, but they are +7 at home! Denver though, has been mowing through teams, and it is on a pace to just shatter every single record known to man offensively. It’s really unreal to think of the numbers that QB Peyton Manning is putting up at this point with this team, and things are only going to get better and better as the second quarter of the season wears on. This is the first really tough road test of the season though, and it is one that many will be excited to see if the Broncos can figure out how to pass with flying colors.

And finally, the Detroit Lions, who are 3-1 through four games and sitting atop of the NFC North, are +6.5 on the road against the Green Bay Packers. Once again, this is a huge number, and it is one that is going to be tough to beat, even for a Green Bay team that took its bye week last week and is hoping to get healthy, especially at the running back position. With all three of its running backs getting banged up in the last couple of weeks, the Packers have some explaining to do in this one. We know that they’ll score some points through the air, but can they slow down QB Matthew Stafford and the gang? Stafford’s offense has looked fantastic thus far this year, and the Lions put up 40 last week against the high-octane Chicago defense.

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The biggest favorites of the weekend though, are the St. Louis Rams. It’s tough to think that a team that hasn’t made the playoffs in quite some time is actually capable of laying 13 points, but without us even saying a thing, you know that it is the Jacksonville Jaguars that are coming to town. The Rams are on a long week of preparation for this game, and they are getting a lame team that is seemingly destined to go 1-15 or worse this year. QB Blaine Gabbert is the worst starting quarterback in the NFL, and it really doesn’t matter whether it is Gabbert or QB Chad Henne, the title is likely the same. If St. Louis doesn’t bounce back from its bad loss to San Fran in this one, there’s no way to fix this team. This is a get well game in every sense of the word for this defense.

Aside from these games that we have mentioned though, there isn’t a single point spread that has opened up at bigger than 4.5 points on Thursday or Sunday. The San Diego Chargers are giving 4.5 on the road against an Oakland Raiders team that just handed the Redskins their first win of the season last week. Oakland’s quarterback situation is still murky. QB Matt Flynn started last week against Washington, but we have to think that it is going to be QB Terrelle Pryor that is getting the call once again to start off on the Week 5 odds as long as he finishes passing his concussion tests.

The next two biggest NFL points spreads in Week 5 are both in primetime games. The second biggest spread of the week thus far pits the New York Jets at +8.5 against the Atlanta Falcons, while the Cleveland Browns are -3.5 against the Buffalo Bills on Thursday Night Football. We have to think that this is going to be the third straight start for QB Brian Hoyer, who has led the Browns to a pair of wins thus far on the season, which is more than we can say for QB Brandon Weeden, who was 0-2 in his two starts before getting hurt, and perhaps Wally Pipped.

(Note: This article is written as of Sunday evening. The current NFL betting odds for Week 5 are below. The games between the Patriots and Bengals and the Chiefs and Titans are both off the board at the moment and will be expected to open up later in the week.)

There are definitely some more quirks about the Week 5 NFL schedule that are just completely off the wall. Two more playoff teams from last year, the Baltimore Ravens and the Indianapolis Colts are both underdogs. The Colts are three-point dogs at home against the Seattle Seahawks, while the Ravens are +3 at the Miami Dolphins. The Indy/Seattle game is the far more interesting contest. It’s the second straight week that Seattle is going to have to fly a long ways to play a 1:00 ET game on the road, and it is going to come with a lot of offensive linemen not on the field. The Colts have continued to soar, as they have now rolled to two victories in a row after losing to Miami at home in Week 2, a loss that really had fans screaming that perhaps something was really wrong with this team. This will be one of the better games on the docket.

But the biggest quirk? The winless New York Giants are actually favored by two points at home against the Philadelphia Eagles. Giants fans, fret not! Yes, the G-Men are 0-4 this year, but if they win this game and the Cowboys lose as they are supposed to against the Broncos, they are going to be just a game back five games into the season. Now THAT’S how you know your division is brutal. In fairness to New York, this is the first game this season that the team is going to be favored in by more than a single point. The Eagles have been a wreck since their first half of the season, and wonder is certainly there if the rest of the league has figured out Head Coach Chip Kelly and his offense (or whether they are just exploiting his defense!).

The New Orleans Saints and Chicago Bears are meeting in a contrast of styles. The Bears would much rather play a slowed down game that features a lot of defense, while the Saints are going to race up and down the field. Chicago watched its perfect start to the season go by the boards when it was beaten by the Lions last week in a game that was nowhere near as close as an eight-point final score suggests.

To round out the card, the Carolina Panthers are -1 on the road against the Arizona Cardinals, who perhaps aren’t getting all that much respect at 2-2. The Panthers are coming off of their bye week though, so they might have a few new tricks up their sleeve after the long week of rest.

Even with two games off the board at the moment, there is very little doubt as to what the highest ‘totals’ and the lowest ‘totals’ of the week are going to be. No game is going to end up being lower than that Thursday nighter between the Bills and the Browns. Hoyer and QB EJ Manuel don’t exactly put a lot of confidence in bettors, especially with as badly as Buffalo has managed to protect the rookie in the pocket this year. The number to beat is 41.5, and we think that it is very interesting to continue to see how games played with teams on short weeks #1 tend to be unpredictable and #2 tend to feature lower scoring games. The only game that is going to remotely close to this number this week is the one between the Rams and the Jaguars, mainly because the Jacksonville offense has now gone over 30 first half drives without a touchdown. Do keep in mind that the game between the Chiefs and the Titans could end up with a number lower than this if QB Jake Locker, who was injured on Sunday, is indeed out for the game.

On the other end of the spectrum, nothing should be all that surprising. Once again, the Broncos have one of the highest ‘totals’ of the week. And oh, why not? The team already has 179 points scored this season, which we’d be willing to bet could end up being fewer points than the Jaguars will score for the entire season. Depending upon the number you got, all four Denver games could have ended in covers, and all four Denver games have gone past the ‘total’, so the 55 shouldn’t even seem like that high of a number at this point.

The highest ‘total’ of the week though, pits the Giants and their sieve of a defense against the Eagles and their sieve of a defense. These two teams have combined to give up 831 yards and 71 points per game this year, and those are just downright bad numbers. Philly’s offense is still putting up plenty of numbers, but the defense is really holding this unit back in a big time way. The number to beat is 56, and not surprisingly, this is the biggest ‘total’ of the weekend.

Remember when the Lions and the Packers would easily have the highest ‘total’ in any given week if they played against each other on the NFL betting lines? 52 is a high number, but this time around, it’s just third best.

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NFL Week 5 Betting Lines for Thursday, October 3rd (Thursday Night Football Odds)
301 Buffalo Bills +3.5
302 Cleveland Browns -3.5
Over/Under 41.5

Week 5 NFL Spreads for Sunday, October 6th (1:00 ET Kickoffs)
413 Kansas City Chiefs OTB
414 Tennessee Titans OTB
Over/Under OTB

415 Baltimore Ravens +3
416 Miami Dolphins -3
Over/Under 43

417 Jacksonville Jaguars +13
418 St. Louis Rams -13
Over/Under 42

419 New England Patriots OTB
420 Cincinnati Bengals OTB
Over/Under OTB

421 Seattle Seahawks -3
422 Indianapolis Colts +3
Over/Under 43

423 Detroit Lions +6.5
424 Green Bay Packers -6.5
Over/Under 52

425 New Orleans Saints +1
426 Chicago Bears -1
Over/Under 47.5

427 Philadelphia Eagles +2
428 New York Giants -2
Over/Under 56

NFL Week 5 Betting Lines for Sunday, October 6th (4:00 ET Kickoffs)
429 Carolina Panthers -1
430 Arizona Cardinals +1
Over/Under 42

431 San Diego Chargers -4.5
432 Oakland Raiders +4.5
Over/Under 44

433 Denver Broncos -7
434 Dallas Cowboys +7
Over/Under 55

Sunday Night Football Week 5 Odds for Sunday, October 7th (Sunday Night Football Odds)
435 Houston Texans +7
436 San Francisco 49ers -7
Over/Under 42.5

Monday Night Football Week 5 Lines for Monday, October 8th (Monday Night Football Odds)
437 New York Jets +8.5
438 Atlanta Falcons -8.5
Over/Under OTB

2012 College Football Week 5 Lines – NCAA Football Week Five Lines

September 28th, 2012 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2012 College Football Week 5 Lines – NCAA Football Week Five Lines
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Florida State FootballWeek 5’s CFB schedule is out, and here at Bankroll Sports, we are going to be discussing some of the best college football odds that are going to be on tap for what should be another great weekend of action on the gridiron.

We’ll start with what should be a great game in the suddenly surging Pac-12. The Washington Huskies and the Stanford Cardinal are going to kick it off on Thursday night in what should be a great start to the weekend. With as good as the rest of the Pac-12 is this year, this is a very important game for both of these teams. We’ll see just how strong Stanford really is when it has to go on the road for this one just a week and a half after taking down the mighty USC Trojans, which should make this game a heck of a lot of fun. The Cardinal have opened up this week at just -7, proving that the oddsmakers believe that they have a real chance of getting beaten.

Speaking of teams that have all to play for, that’s what the BYU Cougars have to be thinking on Friday night when they are on national television once again to take on the Hawaii Warriors. The Cougs probably know that their season is just about over with in terms of producing anything special, as they were beaten by both the Utah Utes and Boise State Broncos in back to back weeks. Hawaii is gunning for the upset on the road in a nationally televised game, but it clearly is going to be an uphill fight from the start against a BYU team that has superior talent. The Cougs are laying 27.5 at the open this week, and they really shouldn’t be challenged.

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There aren’t many games that pit a pair of ranked teams against each other this week, but one of the more vital ones is going to see the Ohio State Buckeyes take on the Michigan State Spartans. Michigan State is one of the three Big Ten teams that already have a loss at the hands of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish this year, and it is just trying to keep its spot in the Top 25. Alas, here come the ultimate spoilers from Columbus though, as the Buckeyes are trying to make life a living hell on all of the other teams that are indeed bowl eligible in the Big Ten this year. This will be the biggest test of the year for QB Braxton Miller to date, as he tries to prove that he is a Heisman Trophy type of candidate on the national stage. The Buckeyes are slender 2.5 point underdogs in East Lansing.

The night cap of games sees just a slew of great teams going on the road for what might be very, very dangerous outings.

We’ll start with the Florida State Seminoles, who are the talk of the town right now after taking down the Clemson Tigers with an incredibly impressive second half of play on national television. The schedule is relatively easy from here on out, but the boys in garnet and gold have to take on a foe that they haven’t had a great history against this week in the South Florida Bulls, who have been preparing for this game all year long. This could be a real fight to the death in Tampa Bay, though it might feel like a de facto home game for the Noles, who should travel well to a huge stadium that normally has a ton of empty seats. The Noles are -16, but there is a lot of sentiment that perhaps this could be a tremendous letdown game for the garnet and gold.

Meanwhile, there are a ton of other road favorites that are either ranked in the Top 25 or almost ranked in the Top 25 that are going to be playing primetime games.

The South Carolina Gamecocks, UCLA Bruins, Boise State Broncos, TCU Horned Frogs, Texas Longhorns, Oregon Ducks, and Louisville Cardinals are all on the road this week, and they are all expected to come away with wins. We know that they all won’t though, and it is only a matter of trying to figure out which ones are going to get picked off. Texas is the one that is probably in the most trouble, as it is just -3 on the road, and the rest of these teams are all double digit favorites.

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There actually isn’t a team that is a bigger favorite this week than the Alabama Crimson Tide. Granted, it’s never a surprise to know that the Tide are the biggest favorites on the board, but what makes it weird is the fact that the point spread is only 31.5 against the Ole Miss Rebels. Alabama is the only team that is favored by at least 30 this week in FBS vs. FBS games, and this is coming in a conference game. For those that have watched SEC games for years and years, it’s odd for sure, to think that these games are featuring spreads of more than four touchdowns, but this Alabama team is obviously a lot better than your average team.

A whopping 21 games on the board this week feature college football pointspreads of seven points or fewer. That’s over double the amount that were on the board at the outset of Week 4, and it might be as close of a week in terms of competition as you will see for the rest of the season.

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Week 5 College Football Betting Lines for Thursday, 9/27/12

103 Stanford Cardinal -6.5
104 Washington Huskies +6.5
Over/Under 48

NCAA Football Lines for Week 5 for Friday, 9/28/12

105 Hawaii Warriors +27
106 BYU Cougars -27
Over/Under 49.5

Week 5 NCAA Football Odds for Saturday, 9/29/12

107 Cincinnati Bearcats +6.5
108 Virginia Tech Hokies -6.5
Over/Under 45.5

109 Buffalo Bulls +17
110 Connecticut Huskies -17
Over/Under 42

111 Penn State Nittany Lions -1
112 Illinois Fighting Illini +1
Over/Under 43

113 Minnesota Golden Gophers +7
114 Iowa Hawkeyes -7
Over/Under 46.5

115 Texas Tech Red Raiders -3
116 Iowa State Cyclones +3
Over/Under 60.5

117 Clemson Tigers -7
118 Boston College Eagles +7
Over/Under 60

119 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs -3.5
120 Virginia Cavaliers +3.5
Over/Under 60

121 Ohio Bobcats -24.5
122 Massachusetts Minutemen +24.5
Over/Under 54.5

123 Ball State Cardinals -2.5
124 Kent State Golden Flashes +2.5
Over/Under 54

125 Idaho Vandals +27
126 North Carolina Tar Heels -27
Over/Under 61.5

127 Indiana Hoosiers +11
128 Northwestern Wildcats -11
Over/Under 59

129 Marshall Thundering Herd +16.5
130 Purdue Boilermakers -16.5
Over/Under 63

131 Duke Blue Devils +2
132 Wake Forest Demon Deacons -2
Over/Under 60.5

133 South Carolina Gamecocks -21
134 Kentucky Wildcats +21
Over/Under 48

135 Colorado State Rams +14.5
136 Air Force Falcons -14.5
Over/Under 59

137 TCU Horned Frogs -16
138 SMU Mustangs +16
Over/Under 55.5

139 Central Michigan Chippewas +10
140 Northern Illinois Huskies -10
Over/Under 58.5

141 UCLA Bruins -19.5
142 Colorado Buffaloes +19.5
Over/Under 60

143 San Jose State Spartans -2.5
144 Navy Midshipmen +2.5
Over/Under 59.5

145 Oregon Ducks -30.5
146 Washington State Cougars +30.5
Over/Under 73.5

147 Texas Longhorns -2.5
148 Oklahoma State Cowboys +2.5
Over/Under 65

149 Arkansas Razorbacks +14
150 Texas A&M Aggies -14
Over/Under 66.5

151 Baylor Bears +11
152 West Virginia Mountaineers -11
Over/Under 83

153 Ohio State Buckeyes +2.5
154 Michigan State Spartans -2.5
Over/Under 41.5

155 Tennessee Volunteers +14
156 Georgia Bulldogs -14
Over/Under 58.5

157 Arizona State Sun Devils -1
158 Cal Golden Bears +1
Over/Under 58.5

159 Oregon State Beavers +2.5
160 Arizona Wildcats -2.5
Over/Under 61

161 Ole Miss Rebels +30
162 Alabama Crimson Tide -30
Over/Under 54.5

163 Miami Redhawks -3
164 Akron Zips +3
Over/Under 60

165 Missouri Tigers +2.5
166 UCF Knights -2.5
Over/Under 49.5

167 UTEP Miners +4
168 East Carolina Pirates -4
Over/Under 48

169 NC State Wolfpack +2.5
170 Miami Hurricanes -2.5
Over/Under 57

171 Florida State Seminoles -17
172 South Florida Bulls +17
Over/Under 54

173 Toledo Rockets +1.5
174 Western Michigan Broncos -1.5
Over/Under 57.5

175 Nevada Wolf Pack -19
176 Texas State Bobcats +19
Over/Under 65

177 Louisville Cardinals -10
178 Southern Miss Golden Eagles +10
Over/Under 49

179 Texas San Antonio Roadrunners -1
180 New Mexico State Aggies +1
Over/Under 55

181 Wisconsin Badgers +12
182 Nebraska Cornhuskers -12
Over/Under 50

183 Tulsa Golden Hurricane -16
184 UAB Blazers +16
Over/Under 59.5

185 UNLV Runnin’ Rebels +21
186 Utah State Aggies -21
Over/Under 52.5

187 Houston Cougars -7.5
188 Rice Owls +7.5
Over/Under 73.5

189 Boise State Broncos -25.5
190 New Mexico Lobos +25.5
Over/Under 52

191 San Diego State Aztecs +7.5
192 Fresno State Bulldogs -7.5
Over/Under 61

193 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers -2.5
194 Arkansas State Red Wolves +2.5
Over/Under 58.5

195 Troy Trojans -10
196 South Alabama Jaguars +10
Over/Under 50.5

197 Florida International Golden Panthers +7
198 Louisiana Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns -7
Over/Under 55

199 North Texas Mean Green -7
200 Florida Atlantic Owls +7
Over/Under 49.5

201 Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders +27.5
202 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets -27.5
Over/Under 62

203 Louisiana Monroe Warhawks -20
204 Tulane Green Wave +20
Over/Under 54.5

241 Stony Brook Seawolves +10.5
242 Army Black Knights -10.5

243 Rhode Island Rams +28.5
244 Bowling Green Falcons -28.5

245 Towson Tigers +48.5
246 LSU Tigers -48.5

2010 NFL Week 5 Lines – Week Five Lines Breakdown

October 9th, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2010 NFL Week 5 Lines – Week Five Lines Breakdown

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Week 5 of the 2010 NFL campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2010 Week 5 NFL lines; both spreads and totals. Be sure to check out the free NFL picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this weekend…

A very interesting week for NFL betting fans is ahead, as the football odds for Week 5 are out. Ironically, the biggest underdog on the board this week is the league’s last undefeated team, the Kansas City Chiefs. They’re coming off of their bye week and are clearly getting thoroughly disrespected in this duel with the Indianapolis Colts, as they are eight point pups. Indianapolis has plenty of reasons to be upset after losing to a 59 yard field goal at the end of last week’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, and we all saw what this team did when it was angry the last time it was playing a game off of a defeat… QB Eli Manning doesn’t want to see his big brother, QB Peyton Manning again.

Once again, road favorites seem to be the norm for the week, as there are a slew of so called “better teams” that have to go on the road to try to snare wins against “lesser teams.”

The Cleveland Browns are one of the disrespected home underdogs on the NFL odds for Week Five, as they are three point pups to the Atlanta Falcons. Does this situation look familiar? Last week, the Brownies were three point dogs to open up against the Cincinnati Bengals as well, as they came away with the outright victory.

The biggest road favorites are the New Orleans Saints. The oddsmakers are taking a big chance on New Orleans, as this crew really doesn’t have much in the way of a running game right now with RB Pierre Thomas out of the lineup. The Saints struggled mightily with the Carolina defense last week. Arizona’s biggest problems have come on the road, where it has gotten crushed by both the Atlanta Falcons and the San Diego Chargers. This is at home though, and it seems like there are favorable NFL trends point towards the hosts as seven point underdogs on Sunday afternoon.

Last week, the NFL oddsmakers were burned by making the Tennessee Titans nearly full touchdown favorites at home against the Denver Broncos. HC Josh McDaniels’ crew came away with the outright upset by the count of 26-20, and now Tennessee has to head to “Big D” to fight with the Dallas Cowboys, who are still trying to salvage their season after an 0-2 start. Owner Jerry Jones’ men are favored by 6.5 points on the opening NFL lines.

The highest ‘total’ on the board this week is in the clash between the New York Giants and Houston Texans at 48. Neither team has had much success on defense in recent weeks, and the Texans offense is putting points on the board left and right against everyone that it faces.

The lowest ‘total’ of all the week 5 NFL lines used to be the Monday Night Football tussle between the Minnesota Vikings and the New York Jets, but after the news that the Chicago Bears were going to be without QB Jay Cutler, the ‘total’ between the Bears and the Carolina Panthers is only 33.

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Week 5 Lines for Sunday, 10/10/10

411 Denver Broncos +7
412 Baltimore Ravens -7
Over/Under 40

413 Jacksonville Jaguars +1.5
414 Buffalo Bills -1.5
Over/Under 40.5

415 Kansas City Chiefs +7
416 Indianapolis Colts -7
Over/Under 46

417 St. Louis Rams +3
418 Detroit Lions -3
Over/Under 42.5

419 Atlanta Falcons -3
420 Cleveland Browns +3
Over/Under 41

421 Tampa Bay Buccaneers +6.5
422 Cincinnati Bengals -6.5
Over/Under 38

423 Chicago Bears +1.5
424 Carolina Panthers -1.5
Over/Under 33

425 Green Bay Packers -2.5
426 Washington Redskins +2.5
Over/Under 45

427 New York Giants +3
428 Houston Texans -3
Over/Under 47

429 New Orleans Saints -7
430 Arizona Cardinals +7
Over/Under 44

431 San Diego Chargers -6.5
432 Oakland Raiders +6.5
Over/Under 45

433 Tennessee Titans +7
434 Dallas Cowboys -7
Over/Under 42.5

435 Philadelphia Eagles +3
436 San Francisco 49ers -3
Over/Under 38

Week 5 Spreads for Monday, 10/11/10

437 Minnesota Vikings +4
438 New York Jets -4
Over/Under 39

2010 College Football Week 5 Lines – NCAA Football Week Five Lines Breakdown

September 23rd, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2010 College Football Week 5 Lines – NCAA Football Week Five Lines Breakdown

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Week 5 of the 2010 college football campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2010 Week 5 NCAA football lines and spreads along with a breakdown of the Week 5 college football lines. Be sure to check out the free NCAA football picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this weekend!

Many at the outset of the year thought that this was going to be the biggest week of college football betting action in quite some time. It will inevitably be known as “Separation Saturday” for a number of teams, as the top schools in the land seemingly all collide in what should be a real spectacle for NCAA football betting fans to feast their eyes and their wagers into.

The highlight game, of course, is going to be the duel at Bryant Denny Stadium between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Florida Gators. These two teams have split their last two encounters, both of which have been in the SEC Championship Game. The winner has moved on to the National Championship Game and won that encounter as well. This year, the meeting is just as crucial even though it won’t be as decisive as the SEC Championship. This could very well be the first of two meetings of these teams. Will HC Urban Meyer’s defense be able to stand up to the potent offense of the Crimson Tide? Can QB John Brantley go into one of the most hallowed stadiums in college football and come out with a victory? If he does, it will come as a huge upset, as the Gators are hefty nine point underdogs.

The ‘undercard’ game of sorts will be played at the Cotton Bowl this year, as the Oklahoma Sooners and Texas Longhorns will meet up. This duel sort of lost a bit of its luster last week when the Longhorns were crushed at home by the UCLA Bruins in a stunning 34-12 upset, but as we all well know, this is a game in which you can throw out the record books. These two teams just hate each other, and the winner of it seemingly always goes on to represent the Big XII South in the Big XII Championship Game. Just has been the case with the Alabama/Florida winner over the L/2 seasons, the winner of this game has played in back to back National Championships, but has been defeated by the SEC champs in both cases. The Sooners are only 3.5 point favorites in spite of the fact that they are now clearly the higher ranked team.

The big rivalry game between the Boston College Eagles and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish is also this weekend. These two teams hate each other about as much as two teams possibly can, and though this game doesn’t mean as much as it once did, don’t tell that to the teams involved. The Irish are 2.5 point road favorites, but inevitably, this game is going to come down to the very end regardless.

One of the biggest road favorites of the weekend are the TCU Horned Frogs, who are expected to easily roll over the Colorado State Rams. They are 33 point chalks even though they are on the road. The Horned Frogs are one of six favorites this week of at least 20 points. The biggest favorites, to no surprise though, are the Boise State Broncos. After rolling past the Oregon State Beavers last week, the Broncos are stunning 41.5 point favorites against the New Mexico State Aggies in Las Cruces.

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Week 5 Lines for Thursday, 10/1/10

101 Texas A&M Aggies +3.5
102 Oklahoma State Cowboys -3.5

Week 5 Spreads for Friday, 10/2/10

103 BYU Cougars -5.5
104 Utah State Aggies +5.5

Week 5 Odds for Saturday, 10/3/10

105 Texas Longhorns +3.5
106 Oklahoma Sooners -3.5

107 Vanderbilt Commodores +7
108 Connecticut Huskies -7

109 Ohio Bobcats -9.5
110 Eastern Michigan Eagles +9.5

111 Ball State Cardinals +17
112 Central Michigan Chippewas -17

113 Wisconsin Badgers -2
114 Michigan State Spartans +2

115 Michigan Wolverines -10.5
116 Indiana Hoosiers +10.5

117 Northwestern Wildcats -5
118 Minnesota Golden Gophers +5

119 Virginia Tech Hokies -3.5
120 NC State Wolfpack +3.5

121 East Carolina Pirates +11
122 North Carolina Tar Heels -11

123 Duke Blue Devils +7.5
124 Maryland Terrapins -7.5

127 Temple Owls -5
128 Army Black Knights +5

129 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets -9.5
130 Wake Forest Demon Deacons +9.5

131 Texas Tech Red Raiders -7
132 Iowa State Cyclones +7

133 Kentucky Wildcats +2.5
134 Mississippi Rebels -2.5

135 Tulsa Golden Hurricane -10.5
136 Memphis Tigers +10.5

137 Kansas Jayhawks +8.5
138 Baylor Bears -8.5

139 Kent State Golden Flashes -2.5
140 Miami Redhawks +2.5

141 Idaho Vandals -3
142 Western Michigan Broncos +3

143 TCU Horned Frogs -33
144 Colorado State Rams +33

145 Navy Midshipmen +9.5
146 Air Force Falcons -9.5

147 Buffalo Bulls +3.5
148 Bowling Green Falcons -3.5

149 Notre Dame Fighting Irish -2.5
150 Boston College Eagles +2.5

151 Tennessee Volunteers +16
152 LSU Tigers -16

153 Washington State Cougars +27
154 UCLA Bruins -27

155 Ohio State Buckeyes -17.5
156 Illinois Fighting Illini +17.5

157 Georgia Bulldogs -5
158 Colorado Buffaloes +5

159 Northern Illinois Huskies -14
160 Akron Zips +14

161 UTEP Miners -14.5
162 New Mexico Lobos +14.5

163 Arizona State Sun Devils +3.5
164 Oregon State Beavers -3.5

165 Wyoming Cowboys +3.5
166 Toledo Rockets -3.5

167 SMU Mustangs -12.5
168 Rice Owls +12.5

169 Florida State Seminoles -7
170 Virginia Cavaliers +7

171 Florida Gators +9
172 Alabama Crimson Tide -9

173 Marshall Thundering Herd +10
174 Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles -10

175 Penn State Nittany Lions +7
176 Iowa Hawkeyes -7

177 Washington Huskies +11
178 USC Trojans -11

179 Miami Hurricanes -3
180 Clemson Tigers +3

181 Boise State Broncos -41.5
182 New Mexico State Aggies +41.5

183 Nevada Wolfpack -20.5
184 UNLV Rebels +20.5

185 Stanford Cardinal +7
186 Oregon Ducks -7

187 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs +8.5
188 Hawaii Warriors -8.5

189 Florida International Golden Panthers +20
190 Pittsburgh Panthers -20

191 Louisville Cardinals -6
192 Arkansas State Red Wolves +6

193 Louisiana Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns +4.5
194 North Texas Mean Green -4.5

195 Louisiana Monroe Warhawks +35
196 Auburn Tigers -35

197 Florida Atlantic Owls +21
198 South Florida Bulls -21

2009 Week 5 Picks, Fantasy, & Other Pre-Sunday Links Cycle

October 10th, 2009 by Travis Edwards (Bankroll Sports Contributor) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2009 Week 5 Picks, Fantasy, & Other Pre-Sunday Links Cycle

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2009 NFL Week 5 Lines; Quick Breakdown

October 7th, 2009 by Travis Edwards (Bankroll Sports Contributor) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2009 NFL Week 5 Lines; Quick Breakdown

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Our quick rundown of the week five NFL spreads (which are displayed below); For the second week in a row the favorites dominated the underdogs, giving the public some confidence and making the bookmaker’s lives miserable. 10 out of 14 favorites (based on the opening week 4 NFL lines) won in week 4. Favorites were 11-5 in week 3 and 10-4 in week 4, making the underdogs overdue to cash in week 5 of the NFL season. Home-dogs did better overall on Sunday as they went 3-1 ATS. Overs/Unders were 8-5-1 ATS which continued to do damage to bookmakers. Looking at the week 5 NFL lines, you can certainly tell that the oddsmakers are aware of the favorites cashing, as 6 of the 13 week five spreads are favorites of 8½ or more and there are 4 huge favorites of 10½ points or more. The biggest road favorite in week five in the (2-2) Pittsburgh Steelers, who are giving 10½ points on the road vs. the (1-3) Detroit Lions. There are two massive 15 point favorites in the (4-0) New York Giants -15 @ (1-3) Oakland, which opened at 16 point, and the winless Tampa Bay Buccaneers are getting 15 from the (2-1) Philadelphia Eagles who will be getting their star-quaterback Donovan McNabb back. One game is still off the board in the (2-2) Jacksonville Jags who are NFL Footballplaying at the (1-3) Seattle Seahawks, where quarterback Matt Hasselbeck’s status is still uncertain. The biggest home-dog of the week five NFL lines is the struggling (0-4) Kansas City Chiefs who are 8½ point dogs at home vs. the (2-2) Dallas Cowboys, who struggled in week 4 at Denver. Speaking of Denver, the (4-0) Broncos are also a home underdog as they are getting 3 from the New England Patriots. Another interesting week 5 matchup is the (2-1) Atlanta Falcons & the (3-1) San Francisco 49ers, where the 49ers are giving 2½ points at home. There are no matchups between two 4-0 teams this week. The week 5 schedule features a lot of heavily favored teams, playing some of the weaker, less-talented sqauds in the NFL. We like the dogs to prevail in week 5. We also like the unders to beat out the overs, where there are only two games with totals set under 40 points. Teams on bye this week include, Chicago, New Orleans, Greeen Bay, & San Diego. Below you will find the full list of week 5 NFL lines from BetUS Sportsbook. Signup at BetUS sportsbook using this link and mention Bankroll Sports for a 100% match play bonus (up to $500).

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2009 NFL Football Week Five Lines From BetUS (as of 10/7 @ 11:30 pm ET):
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Week 5 NFL Lines For Sunday, Oct. 11, 2009  
 401Minnesota Vikings-9½  -110 41
 402St Louis Rams+9½  -110  
 403Dallas Cowboys-8½  -110 42½
 404Kansas City Chiefs+8½  -110  
 405Washington Redskins+3½  -110 37½
 406Carolina Panthers-3½  -110  
 407Tampa Bay Buccaneers+15  -110 43
 408Philadelphia Eagles-15  -110  
 409Oakland Raiders +15  -110 39
 410New York Giants -15  -110  
 411Cleveland Browns+6  -110 40½
 412Buffalo Bills-6  -110  
 413Cincinnati Bengals+8½  -110 42
 414Baltimore Ravens-8½  -110  
 415Pittsburgh Steelers-10½  -110 44
 416Detroit Lions+10½  -110  
 417Atlanta Falcons+2½  -110 41
 418San Francisco 49ers-2½  -110  
 419New England Patriots-3½  -110 41
 420Denver Broncos+3½  -110  
 421Houston Texans+5½  -110 50
 422Arizona Cardinals-5½  -110  
 423Jacksonville JaguarsOTB  OTB OTB
 424Seattle SeahawksOTB  OTB  
 425Indianapolis Colts-3½  -110 45½
 426Tennessee Titans+3½  -110  
Week 5 NFL Spreads For Monday, Oct. 12, 2009  
 427New York Jets-1½  -110 36
 428Miami Dolphins+1½  -110