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2013 NFL Week 3 Lines – Week Three NFL Odds Breakdown

September 18th, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2013 NFL Week 3 Lines – Week Three NFL Odds Breakdown
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Week 3 of the 2013 NFL campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2011 Week 3 NFL lines and spreads along with a breakdown of the Week 3 NFL odds. Be sure to check out the free NFL picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this week…

There’s really a little something for everyone this week on the Week 3 NFL odds, knowing that there are some games that really could be blowouts and a ton of games that could be really close.

We’ll start though, with the 0-2 teams that are really in need of wins. There wasn’t a single team last season that started at 0-2 that made the playoffs, and history isn’t kind to teams that start off the campaign with a pair of defeats. It’s even less kind when you start 0-3, and it’s basically darn near impossible to get the job done from anything worse than that. That’s why the game between the Carolina Panthers and the New York Giants is so darn important. Neither team made the playoffs last season, and both need to get in this year if they want to ensure that their head coach will be back for next season. Both have been disappointing at 0-2, but in fairness, only one of the four games that were played between these featured one of them being favored. Carolina is giving 1 in the game, a clear sign that this one could go either way.

That’s a close call for sure, but the oddsmakers are having an insanely tough time separating most of these teams this week. Nine of the 16 games feature spreads of three points or fewer, and that’s as many as we ever see of the sorts.

5Dimes NFLFrom the top of the NFL rotation schedule, the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles are going to war on Thursday Night Football, and of course, that means the return of Head Coach Andy Reid to the City of Brotherly Love with his new team. It will be interesting to see how the fans in Philly react to Reid wearing a red polo on the sidelines for a change. What’s most important though, is that the winner of this one is going to have a huge leg up for the rest of the year. A 3-0 start would be crucial for the Chiefs, who are trying to turn around the worst team in football from a season ago. Meanwhile, a 2-1 start for the Eagles would be proof that the Head Coach Chip Kelly style is indeed working. Remember that this is the third game in just 17 days for Philly though, and for the way that it gets up to the line of scrimmage and goes, this is could be a real problem. The Eagles are -3, but we know that KC has a very good chance to take the spoils in this one.

The San Diego Chargers and Tennessee Titans are both 1-1, and both blew leads to the Texans this year that kept them from being 2-0. These two teams have high hopes for Wild Card bids this year, and at least one of them might end up getting it. This game could go a long way in deciding all of that. The Bolts are getting three on the road, and they have to be careful with this being their second straight trip all the way East.

Points could be flying all over the place for the Detroit Lions and the Washington Redskins, as two of the young gun quarterbacks in the league in QB Matthew Stafford and QB Robert Griffin III do battle with one another. Washington badly needs to a win to get out of that 0-2 rut that we spoke of earlier, and it is -1 to get that donut out of the win column. The Miami Dolphins are also -3 at home against the Atlanta Falcons in one of the bigger games of the day in the 4:00 ET hour, while another AFC East team, the New York Jets are -1 at home against the Buffalo Bills in another of the late games.

However, what we are seeing this week as well is the fact that a lot of teams are on the road and laying just a small number of points as well. Generally speaking, that’s bad news for the road teams, but in this case, there are a lot of those roadies that seem to perhaps be sharper plays than normal due to the fact that the teams that are at home are darn good.


They all also have something in common this week as well. All three teams that are home underdogs are from the AFC North. The Pittsburgh Steelers are playing on Sunday Night Football against the Chicago Bears and are +2.5 at home. The Cincinnati Bengals are getting 2.5 from the Green Bay Packers at Paul Brown Stadium. And finally, the Houston Texans are -2.5 at the Baltimore Ravens. Of course, in the AFC North, all of the teams are still in the thick of the fight, though Pittsburgh clearly looks the part of the worst of the three teams. Cincinnati looks the best of the bunch, but it probably has the toughest game this week against the Pack, who have a history of going on the road and winning these big games… as long as they don’t come against teams from the NFC West…

The New Orleans Saints and New England Patriots are both laying a touchdown this week against the Arizona Cardinals and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers respectively. If either one of those two favored teams lose this week, there could be some real questions to answer, especially if it is New England losing at home to a completely dysfunctional Tampa Bay outfit. In middlng games, the Dallas Cowboys are -3.5 against the St. Louis Rams, and the Minnesota Vikings are -5.5 at home against the Cleveland Browns in the other battle of 0-2 teams.

What’s left on the docket that has yet to be discussed are all games that figure to be blowouts when push comes to shove, and they’re all games that are going to be played later on in the day on Sunday and on Monday.

In the 4:00 ET hour on Sunday, the Indianapolis Colts head West to take on the San Francisco 49ers. Head Coach Jim Harbaugh is going to be battling it out with the team that he put on his shoulders in the playoffs time and time again to earn himself the moniker of “Captain Comeback.” His Niners are giving 10 in this one, but we know that QB Andrew Luck has the ability to win this game if he can play at his best.

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Meanwhile, the last two games that we have yet to talk about are the two biggest NFL point spreads that we have seen all season long. The Denver Broncos are -14.5 on Monday Night Football at home against the Oakland Raiders, while the Seattle Seahawks are -19.5 at home against the Jacksonville Jaguars. If Seattle can creep up to -20 in this game, it will be just the 10th time since 1985 that a team is favored by at least 20 points in a game, and a good chunk of the rest of those times belonged to the undefeated New England team that went 18-0 before losing in the Super Bowl to the Giants.

‘Totals’ have taken a bit of a step back this week. There is only one game lined in the 50s, and that’s the Thursday nighter between the Chiefs and Eagles. The number to beat is 50.5, which is the lowest ‘total’ thus far this year in a Philly game. We have to remember though, that the Chiefs have played two games that have come nowhere near the ‘total’, and if there is a man that knows all of the quirks of all of those high-flying players on offense, it’s Coach Reid.

There are some low ones this week as well, though none are lower than the 39 on the board between the Jets and the Bills, something that is to be expected from two teams that have two rookie quarterbacks under center. The Bears and Steelers are only featuring a ‘total’ of 40, while the Jags and Seahawks are lined at just 40.5. Jacksonville’s implied team total is just 10.5, which is the lowest number that we have seen on the board for any team this year.

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Week 3 NFL Pointspreads for Thursday, September 19th
301 Kansas City Chiefs +3
302 Philadelphia Eagles -3
Over/Under 50.5

Week 3 NFL Spreads for Sunday, September 22nd (1:00 ET Kickoffs)
391 San Diego Chargers +3
392 Tennessee Titans -3
Over/Under 44

393 Cleveland Browns +5.5
394 Minnesota Vikings -5.5
Over/Under 40.5

395 Tampa Bay Buccaneers +7
396 New England Patriots -7
Over/Under 44

397 Houston Texans -2.5
398 Baltimore Ravens +2.5
Over/Under 45

399 St. Louis Rams +3.5
400 Dallas Cowboys -3.5
Over/Under 47

401 Arizona Cardinals +7
402 New Orleans Saints -7
Over/Under 48.5

403 Detroit Lions +1
404 Washington Redskins -1
Over/Under 49

405 Green Bay Packers -2.5
406 Cincinnati Bengals +2.5
Over/Under 48.5

407 New York Giants +1
408 Carolina Panthers -1
Over/Under 45.5

NFL Week 3 Betting Lines for Sunday, September 22nd (4:00 ET Kickoffs)
409 Atlanta Falcons +3
410 Miami Dolphins -3
Over/Under 44

411 Indianapolis Colts +10
412 San Francisco 49ers -10
Over/Under 46

413 Jacksonville Jaguars +19.5
414 Seattle Seahawks -19.5
Over/Under 40.5

415 Buffalo Bills +1
416 New York Jets -1
Over/Under 39

Sunday Night Football Week 3 Odds for Sunday, September 22nd
417 Chicago Bears -2.5
418 Pittsburgh Steelers +2.5
Over/Under 40

Monday Night Football Week 3 Lines for Monday, September 23rd
419 Oakland Raiders +14.5
420 Denver Broncos -14.5
Over/Under 49

2012 College Football Week 3 Lines – NCAA Football Week Three Lines

September 14th, 2012 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2012 College Football Week 3 Lines – NCAA Football Week Three Lines
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Bama CheerleadersWeek 3 of the 2012 college football campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2012 Week 3 NCAA football lines and spreads along with a breakdown of the Week 3 college football lines. Be sure to check out the free NCAA football picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this weekend!

It is going to be a great week of college football betting action over the course of the weekend, and there are some great rivalries, especially in the SEC that are going to be highlighted. But before we get to the games in the Southeast, we’re going to take a look at the games on the college football schedule at the outset of the week.

We’ll start in the Big East, where the Rutgers Scarlet Knights and the South Florida Bulls will do battle. There is no doubt whatsoever that this is going to be the game of the weekend in the Big East, as the loser of this one is probably going to have its BCS hopes crushed already in just Week 3. South Florida is clearly the better of these two teams, and that’s what we see right now on the college football opening lines, with the Bulls favored by 8.5 points.

On Friday night, the Washington State Cougars and UNLV Runnin’ Rebels are going to go to war against one another. These two teams are a combined 1-3 this year, and last week, both teams had all that they could ask for from a pair of FCS teams. UNLV dropped to 0-2 by losing to Northern Arizona, and Wazzu really should have been beaten by Eastern Washington. Needless to say, this isn’t going to be the sexiest game in the world, but it will be one to watch, as it is the only game on the docket. Check back later for the college football pointspread for this game.

And then we head to the games on Saturday, which really should be a doozy. Of course, the one that all eyes are going to be on is the one between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Arkansas Razorbacks. This game, at least as of Sunday afternoon, is still off the board, knowing that QB Tyler Wilson might be out of the fold after suffering a terrible injury against Louisiana Monroe last week. Even worse was the fact that the Hogs lost that game. Now, they could go from a team that was ranked in the Top 10 in the land to one that could drop straight out of the Top 25 and be just a 1-2 team with a lot of questions to answer. Alabama was favored by six at the outset of the season, and if you want to see where this game ranks in our countdown of the Top 25 college football games of the year, be sure to check out our full Alabama vs. Arkansas Preview. Update 9/14: Alabama has opened up as a three-touchdown favorite on the road due to the fact that Wilson is not going to be in the lineup for the Razorbacks.

Over on the other side of the SEC, the Florida Gators and Tennessee Volunteers are going to do battle. These two teams have had a bitter rivalry against one another, and this should be no exception whatsoever. Florida was able to go on the road last week by beating the Texas A&M Aggies, and it is going to have to do so once again this week if it wants to keep this momentum going before the really tremendously difficult portion of the season gets going. The Gators are just a pick ’em though, meaning the Volunteers really have a legitimate chance to get the job done in Rocky Top.

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Meanwhile in the Pac-12, the No. 2 team in the country, the USC Trojans, are going to be facing their first really difficult road test when they go down to “The Farm” to take on the Stanford Cardinal. This is our No. 9 game in our countdown of the Top 25 games of the year, and our USC vs. Stanford Game Preview. As far as the NCAA football pointspread is concerned, the Men of Troy are favored by just 8.5-points, which is a field goal down from where the game opened up at the outset of the year.

Arch rivals are also going to be meeting each other in East Lansing, where the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the Michigan State Spartans are going to be facing off. The last time that these two played here at Spartans Stadium, the game down to a fake field goal in overtime that was converted by the Spartans known as the “Little Giants” play. This time around, the Golden Domers are going to be looking for some payback, but it certainly isn’t going to come easily. The Irish were barely able to escape last week from the Purdue Boilermakers, and this week, they are 3.5-point underdogs on the opening college football lines.

Not every game is going to be nearly that close. The aforementioned Boilermakers are 22.5 point favorites over the Eastern Michigan Eagles, and they are amongst the 13 teams that are favored by more than three touchdowns on the opening line.

Three teams are favored by at least 40 though and that’s definitely not something that you see every single week when you’re just talking about teams that play each other at the FBS level. Amongst the teams that are expected to really falter this week are the Florida Atlantic Owls (+44.5 @ Georgia), Idaho Vandals (+43.5 @ LSU), and the biggest of the bunch, and Massachusetts Minutemen, who are getting 46.5 against the Michigan Wolverines in Ann Arbor.

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All eyes are going to be on the Auburn Tigers on Saturday afternoon to start the day, as they are going to be on upset alert against the Louisiana Monroe Warhawks. These are the same Warhawks that were able to go into Little Rock and take down the Razorbacks last week. The challenge is significantly easier this week, knowing that the point spread is a solid two touchdowns shorter than it was then, but still, asking a team to win a game as 17-point underdogs on the road is never easy to do.

Another game of note pits the Navy Midshipmen against the Penn State Nittany Lions. PSU still hasn’t won its first game of the season, and if this one is lost, it is going to be a long, long uphill climb for the rest of the year. Navy was clocked the last time that we saw it over in Dublin against Notre Dame, but this time around, the Middies might be able to steal one on the road. The Midshipmen are 7.5-point underdogs, not all that far off from where the Ohio Bobcats were when they pulled off the upset in Week 1.

The TCU Horned Frogs are also set to open up their Big XII schedule for the first time in their school’s history, but this isn’t going to be all that much of a challenge. The Kansas Jayhawks are the biggest wrecks that the conference has to offer right now, and they are deserving 26.5-point underdogs at home to TCU.

The night on Saturday is going to end with the Utah Utes and the BYU Cougars in the “Holy War” in a battle that will clearly separate one of these two teams from the other. The Cougs could be thinking about the BCS at this point, knowing that they might be the only team in non-BCS conference fold that can run the table. It won’t mean anything without the win in Salt Lake City, though. The Utes, who lost to the Utah State Aggies for the first time last week in over a dozen years, are 2.5 point underdogs to their rivals from Provo.

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Week 3 CFB Betting Lines for Thursday, 9/13/12

103 Rutgers Scarlet Knights +7.5
104 South Florida Bulls -7.5
Over/Under 44.5

NCAA Football Lines for Week 3 for Friday, 9/14/12

105 Washington State Cougars -8
106 UNLV Runnin’ Rebels +8
Over/Under 55.5

College Football Week 3 Odds for Saturday, 9/15/12

107 Navy Midshipmen +7
108 Penn State Nittany Lions -7
Over/Under 47.5

109 Massachusetts Minutemen +45.5
110 Michigan Wolverines -45.5
Over/Under 53.5

111 Boston College Eagles +3.5
112 Northwestern Wildcats -3.5
Over/Under 54.5

113 Eastern Michigan Eagles +24
114 Purdue Boilermakers -24
Over/Under 50.5

115 Northern Illinois Huskies -3
116 Army Black Knights +3
Over/Under 48.5

117 Wake Forest Demon Deacons +27.5
118 Florida State Seminoles -27.5
Over/Under 54

119 Connecticut Huskies -2.5
120 Maryland Terrapins +2.5
Over/Under 40.5

121 Texas A&M Aggies -11
122 SMU Mustangs +11
Over/Under 61

123 Virginia Tech Hokies -10
124 Pittsburgh Panthers +10
Over/Under 45

125 USC Trojans -8.5
126 Stanford Cardinal +8.5
Over/Under 57

127 East Carolina Pirates +7.5
128 Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles -7.5
Over/Under 55

129 California Golden Bears +16.5
130 Ohio State Buckeyes -16.5
Over/Under 54.5

131 Texas Longhorns -9.5
132 Mississippi Rebels +9.5
Over/Under 51

133 Arizona State Sun Devils +3
134 Missouri Tigers -3
Over/Under 58.5

135 BYU Cougars -3.5
136 Utah Utes +3.5
Over/Under 46

137 North Carolina Tar Heels +3
138 Louisville Cardinals -3
Over/Under 56

139 Vigrinia Cavaliers +10
140 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets -10
Over/Under 52.5

141 Alabama Crimson Tide -20
142 Arkansas Razorbacks +20
Over/Under 53.5

143 Miami Redhawks +21.5
144 Boise State Broncos -21.5
Over/Under 53.5

145 TCU Horned Frogs -21
146 Kansas Jayhawks +21
Over/Under 59.5

147 Rice Owls +21
148 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs -21
Over/Under 66

149 Western Michigan Broncos +3
150 Minnesota Golden Gophers -3
Over/Under 55.5

151 Bowling Green Falcons +3
152 Toledo Rockets -3
Over/Under 59

153 UAB Blazers +33.5
154 South Carolina Gamecocks -33.5
Over/Under 54.5

155 Ohio Bobcats -6.5
156 Marshall Thundering Herd +6.5
Over/Under 69.5

157 New Mexico Lobos +32.5
158 Texas Tech Red Raiders -32.5
Over/Under 62.5

159 Florida Gators +3
160 Tennessee Volunteers -3
Over/Under 47.5

161 Colorado State Rams +11
162 San Jose State Spartans -11
Over/Under 48

163 Utah State Aggies +13.5
164 Wisconsin Badgers -13.5
Over/Under 51

165 Idaho Vandals +42.5
166 LSU Tigers -42.5
Over/Under 54.5

167 Notre Dame Fighting Irish +5.5
168 Michigan State Spartans -5.5
Over/Under 44

169 Ball State Cardinals +2.5
170 Indiana Hoosiers -2.5
Over/Under 64

171 Colorado Buffaloes +15.5
172 Fresno State Bulldogs -15.5
Over/Under 57

173 New Mexico State Aggies +13
174 UTEP Miners -13
Over/Under 59

175 Houston Cougars +17
176 UCLA Bruins -17
Over/Under 76

177 Florida Atlantic Owls +41.5
178 Georgia Bulldogs -41.5
Over/Under 52.5

179 Arkansas State Red Wolves +23
180 Nebraska Cornhuskers -23
Over/Under 68

181 South Alabama Jaguars +30.5
182 North Carolina State Wolfpack -30.5
Over/Under 51

183 Florida International Golden Panthers +17
184 Central Florida Knights -17
Over/Under 50

185 Louisiana Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns +23.5
186 Oklahoma State Cowboys -23.5
Over/Under 73.5

187 North Texas Mean Green +27.5
188 Kanas State Wildcats -27.5
Over/Under 54.5

189 Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders -4
190 Memphis Tigers +4
Over/Under 54.5

191 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers +6.5
192 Kentucky Wildcats -6.5
Over/Under 49

193 Mississippi State Bulldogs -16
194 Troy Trojans +16
Over/Under 58

195 Louisiana Monroe Warhawks +16.5
196 Auburn Tigers -16.5
Over/Under 53.5

231 Charleston Southern Buccaneers +45
232 Illinois Fighting Illini -45

233 Bethune Cookman Wildcats +39
234 Miami Hurricanes -39

235 Western Illinois Leathernecks +36.5
236 Iowa State Cyclones -36.5

237 Presbyterian Blue Hose +39
238 Vanderbilt Commodores -39

239 Sam Houston State Bearkats +29.5
240 Baylor Bears -29.5

241 Texas San Antonio Roadrunners -8.5
242 Georgia State Panthers +8.5

243 Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles +51.5
244 Oregon Ducks -51.5

245 Furman Paladins OTB
246 Clemson Tigers OTB

247 West Virginia Mountaineers -38
248 James Madison Dukes +38

249 Northern Iowa Panthers +9
250 Iowa Hawkeyes -9

251 Morgan State Bears +4.5
252 Akron Zips -4.5

253 Northwestern State Demons +29.5
254 Nevada Wolf Pack -29.5

255 Stony Brook Seawolves +23.5
256 Syracuse Orange -23.5

257 Portland State Vikings +27
258 Washington Huskies -27

259 Cal Poly Mustangs +8
260 Wyoming Cowboys -8

261 UNC Central Eagles +37.5
262 Duke Blue Devils -37.5

263 Delaware State Hornets +45
264 Cincinnati Bearcats -45

265 Nicholls State Colonels +42
266 Tulsa Golden Hurricane -42

267 South Carolina State Bulldogs +34.5
268 Arizona Wildcats -34.5

269 North Dakota Fighting Sioux +18.5
270 San Diego State Aztecs -18.5

271 Lamar Cardinals +34
272 Hawaii Warriors -34

2011 NFL Prop Picks – Week 5 Fantasy Football Sleepers

October 7th, 2011 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2011 NFL Prop Picks – Week 5 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 5!

Kevin Walter and Jacoby Jones vs. Oakland Raiders
Someone has to be able to catch some passes from QB Matt Schaub this week, right? That being said, the Oakland secondary just doesn’t feel complete anymore without DB Nnamdi Asomugha. Sure, WR Andre Johnson isn’t in the lineup, and sure, FB James Casey and TE Owen Daniels have been stealing the show, but with a full week of preparation, we tend to think that both Walter and Jones might make for great fantasy plays at home against Oakland. Remember with Jones that you’re also getting a great return man, and you might find yourself a hidden touchdown or two.

New England Patriots D/ST vs. New York Jets
Most of you have probably cut the Pats’ defense by now after its terrible start to the season. By standard league rules, you haven’t even averaged two points per game if you have started New England. That being said, the Jets allowed the Baltimore Ravens to score three times on defense last week. Don’t think for one second that Head Coach Bill Belichick wasn’t looking at that tape and smiling. The teams that have been able to throw the ball on New England have played well on the offensive line. New York doesn’t have that luxury. C Nick Mangold might be back in the fold this week, but if he isn’t or if he isn’t totally effective, don’t be shocked if the Pats come away with four or five sacks and a few turnovers in addition to keeping the Jets to a relatively low score.

Malcom Floyd vs. Denver Broncos
Someone has to get all of the passing yards from QB Philip Rivers, right? The Broncos have a dreadful pass defense, as demonstrated last week when QB Aaron Rodgers accounted for six total touchdowns against them. And, to make matters even more sneaky for Floyd this week, he has been the top receiver that has been practicing. Both WR Vincent Jackson and TE Antonio Gates have been on the sidelines. Jackson will probably play, but the added time for Floyd is going to be fantastic for him come game time, especially if Jackson does end up hobbled at any point. We wouldn’t be surprised if this were a game that Floyd, Mike Tolbert, and potentially even Randy McMichael end up finding the end zone.

Scott Chandler vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Another tight end scored a touchdown on the Eagles last week, as TE Vernon Davis found his way to the end zone as a part of the big comeback by the San Francisco 49ers. Now, it could be Chandler’s turn to shine again. Chandler only has 11 receptions on the year, but four of those have gone for TDs. We’re not as afraid of WRs Steve Johnson and David Nelson this week, though both will get their yards. If RB Fred Jackson doesn’t have one of these three touchdown days, we wouldn’t be surprised to see Chandler get his name in the box score with a touchdown strike.

2011 NFL Prop Picks – Week 3 Fantasy Football Sleepers

September 22nd, 2011 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2011 NFL Prop Picks – Week 3 Fantasy Football Sleepers
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Dexter McCluster vs. San Diego Chargers
This is a very, very popular sleeper fantasy football pick this week, especially if you’re in a PPR league. With RB Jamaal Charles out of the fold, McCluster is likely going to end up getting probably 40 percent of the carries or so, splitting the time with RB Thomas Jones. Jones has stone hands out of the backfield though, so in passing downs, you can bet that McCluster will be out there. Touchdowns are going to be scarce, save for the potential of the big play for the former Ole Miss Rebel, but McCluster is probably good for 6-8 carries, 5-6 receptions, and 70-80 yards against the Chargers, numbers that, in a PPR league, are fantastic, especially knowing that you can play him at either RB or WR in most leagues.

Mike Kafka vs. New York Giants
Obviously, check your injury report before making this start to see if QB Michael Vick is going to play or not. However, it’s hard for players that suffered concussions to come back the very next week and play, and that being said, we have to imagine that Vick is closer to being “out” than he is “probable.” Kafka is the third string quarterback, but he is the perfect signal caller for Head Coach Andy Reid. He makes smart decisions, doesn’t put himself in trouble, and he’s not afraid to check down. Those of you that have RB LeSean McCoy, especially in a PPR league, could be in a for an absolutely humongous day. However, we love all of the Eagles in this matchup, knowing that Kafka is probably going to have to throw the ball 45 times to get 300+ yards. Don’t be shocked, even if Vick doesn’t play, if Philly finds a way to still put 30+ on the board with Kafka at the helm.

David Nelson vs. New England Patriots
After getting 13 targets last week, there is no doubt that Nelson has become a via option for fantasy football sleeper picks for the foreseeable future. QB Ryan Fitzpatrick is going to have to chuck the ball all over the field, and we think that he could be in for another solid 20+ point fantasy day in standard leagues. The Pats have the 30th ranked fantasy defense against the pass, something that really has to make eyes get pretty wide open with Buffalo on the other side of the field. There’s a chance that WR Steve Johnson, the more popular of the two Buffalo wide outs will be on the bench with a groin injury, which would only further open up the offense for Nelson to get a slew of looks from Fitzpatrick. Ten grabs for 120 yards and a TD isn’t out of the question.

Jake Ballard vs. Philadelphia Eagles
All together now: Who??? Ballard is the tight end for the Giants, and he has only had three catches in his first two games. However, we became very aware last week that the Eagles could struggle against opposing tight ends, especially in the red zone. QB Eli Manning is probably going to have a number of chances in Eagles’ territory in this one, and especially if both WR Mario Manningham and WR Domenik Hixon are out of the fold, these vaunted Philly corners are going to be taking WR Hakeem Nicks out of the game. That being said, the front seven for the Eagles isn’t that swift, and keeping up with Ballard might be tough even though he isn’t exactly fleet of foot. Don’t be shocked if Ballard finds the end zone on Sunday and proves to be worth a lot more than most of your stalwart tight ends in this league, and he makes a great plug in, just in case you had TE Aaron Hernandez as your option.

2010 Week NFL 3 Lines – NFL Week Three Lines Breakdown

September 20th, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2010 Week NFL 3 Lines – NFL Week Three Lines Breakdown

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Week 3 of the 2010 NFL campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2010 Week 3 NFL lines and spreads along with a breakdown of the Week 3 NFL odds. Be sure to check out the free NFL picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this weekend…

There has only been one double digit NFL betting favorite all season long coming into Week 3, but this week, there are already three that are favored by at least ten points and another team that might be there by the time the weekend kicks off.

The Minnesota Vikings might be an 0-2 team, but the oddsmakers think that they are going to crush the Week 3 spread, as they are comfortable ten point favorites over the Detroit Lions. The Lions have been a feisty team so far this season. Even though they are 0-2 SU, they are 2-0 ATS after last week’s backdoor cover against the Philadelphia Eagles. The Vikes badly need a better game out of QB Brett Favre than he has had so far this season, as a ratio of one TD pass to four picks just isn’t going to cut it. If Minnesota doesn’t at least win this game, there is going to be a lot of discussion about whether Favre and/or HC Brad Childress deserve to keep their respective jobs.

The New England Patriots are coming off of a loss last week to the New York Jets, but QB Tom Brady and the gang should have no problems against the Buffalo Bills. The Bills were the only team to be a double digit pup this year, and the end result was a hefty 34-7 romp at the hands of the Green Bay Packers. With New England playing its second game at home and coming off of the bad loss in the Meadowlands, the NFL oddsmakers are expecting to see a hefty final score. The Pats are the biggest chalks of all the week 3 NFL  lines at -13.5.

The Baltimore Ravens are the third double digit favorite this week, as they are 10.5 point home choices against the Cleveland Browns.

Road favorites are en vogue as well in Week 3 betting action. The Cincinnati Bengals are 3.5 point choices over the Carolina Panthers, who will be giving rookie Jimmy Clausen the first start of his career as he hopes to guide the 0-2 Panthers in a new direction. Cincinnati is coming off of an ugly 15-10 win against the Ravens last week to keep within one game in the AFC North standings.

The team leading the pack in the AFC North is the Pittsburgh Steelers, and in spite of the fact that they are playing now with just fourth string quarterback Charlie Batch, they are still at 2-0 both SU and ATS having pulled off a pair of outright upsets as underdogs. They’ll head to the Sunshine State to tango with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who are also a surprising 2-0 on the season. These two are expected to put on an ugly affair, as the ‘total’ is set at 34, which is already the lowest of the season and might not be bested this year.

The two games to really keep an eye on this week are going to be played in the south. In the Lone Star State, the surprising 2-0 Houston Texans will take on the 0-2 Dallas Cowboys. Head coach Wade Phillips might be coaching for his job this week, as an 0-3 team going into its bye week certainly won’t be owner Jerry Jones a happy camper. The Texans just won their first overtime game in team history last week and could be off to their first ever 3-0 start if they can beat the 2.5 point spread they are faced with at home on Sunday afternoon.

Sunday Night Football heads to Miami on Sunday night, where the Miami Dolphins at 2-0 can put a huge gap between themselves and the New York Jets. In their home opener, the Fins are 1.5 point favorites to topple the Jets, who were originally favored to win the AFC East at the outset of the season.

Curren 2010 NFL Week 3 Lines @ Oddsmaker Sportsbook (as of 9/20/10):
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Week 3 Lines for Sunday, 9/26/10

399 Tennessee Titans +3
400 New York Giants -3
Over/Under 43

401 Buffalo Bills +13.5
402 New England Patriots -13.5
Over/Under 42.5

403 Cleveland Browns +10.5
404 Baltimore Ravens -10.5
Over/Under 37

405 Pittsburgh Steelers -2.5
406 Tampa Bay Buccaneers +2.5
Over/Under 34

407 Cincinnati Bengals -3.5
408 Carolina Panthers +3.5
Over/Under 39.5

409 Atlanta Falcons OTB
410 New Orleans Saints OTB
Over/Under OTB

411 San Francisco 49ers OTB
412 Kansas City Chiefs OTB
Over/Under OTB

413 Detroit Lions +10
414 Minnesota Vikings -10
Over/Under 42

415 Dallas Cowboys +2.5
416 Houston Texans -2.5
Over/Under 46.5

417 Washington Redskins -4.5
418 St. Louis Rams +4.5
Over/Under 38

419 Philadelphia Eagles -3
420 Jacksonville Jaguars +3
Over/Under 44

421 Indianapolis Colts -5.5
422 Denver Broncos +5.5
Over/Under 48

423 San Diego Chargers -4.5
424 Seattle Seahawks +4.5
Over/Under 44

425 Oakland Raiders +4
426 Arizona Cardinals -4
Over/Under 40

427 New York Jets +1.5
428 Miami Dolphins -1.5
Over/Under 35

Week 3 Spreads for Monday, 9/27/10

429 Green Bay Packers -3
430 Chicago Bears +3
Over/Under 45.5

2010 College Football Week 3 Lines; Quick Breakdown

September 15th, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2010 College Football Week 3 Lines; Quick Breakdown

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Week 3 of the 2010 college football campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2010 Week 3 college football lines and spreads along with a complete breakdown of the Week three ncaa football spreads. Be sure to check out the free NCAA football picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this weekend!

The week 3 schedul will kick off with a respectable duel between the Big East’s Cincinnati Bearcats and the NC State Wolfpack from the ACC. Both of these teams are searching for some respect in their own conferences, and neither team has gotten much support quite yet from their fellow conference mates. Keep a close eye on the young quarterbacks in this game, as NCSU’s Russell Wilson and Cincy’s Zach Collaros could both be future NFL superstars. The current week 3 lines at BetUS have NC State listed as a 2 point favorite.

On Friday, the Nevada Wolfpack are going to try to make a name for themselves. Though the Boise State Broncos and TCU Horned Frogs are stealing the thunder for the mid-majors, this is a Nevada team that is flying under the radar and could be every bit as good as both the Top 10 ranked mid-majors in the country. The Wolfpack are three point underdogs against the California Golden Bears, but they might never be lined like this by the oddsmakers again if they can get off the ground with a big upset on national television.

The best teams in the land are definitely taking a step back from their huge wins in Week 2 of the NCAA football betting campaign. The Alabama Crimson Tide, Ohio State Buckeyes, Boise State Broncos, TCU Horned Frogs, and Oregon Ducks are all at least three TD favorites in what should be cakewalk games. However, life won’t be so easy for all of the ranked teams this week.

The Arkansas Razorbacks have made it all the way up to No. 12 in the nation in the USA Today poll, but that doesn’t mean that they are expected to stay that way. QB Ryan Mallett and the Hogs open up college football betting action on Saturday afternoon as 2.5 point underdogs to the Georgia Bulldogs “Between the Hedges.” Last week, UGA lost in this very same situation as the ranked road team that was a dog to an unranked home team, and it will look to repay the favor as ACC play continues this week.

The Nebraska Cornhuskers, ranked No. 8 in the AP Poll might be in for a dog fight as well. The Washington Huskies have a history of winning big games in Husky Stadium, and QB Jake Locker will try to see to it that that happens once again to a largely untested Big Red team on Saturday. The Huskies are getting a ton of respect though, as they are only 3.5 point underdogs against one of the best teams in the entire country.

The same can be true for the Texas Tech Red Raiders, who are going to be welcoming the Texas Longhorns back to Lubbock for the first time since the epic 39-33 game two years ago in which WR Michael Crabtree made that insane catch and run for the game winning touchdown. The Horns are ranked fifth in the land and could be in for a long, long day against these unranked Red Raiders, who are just 3.5 point dogs.

The game of the week to watch though, is the duel in the desert between the Arizona Wildcats and the Iowa Hawkeyes. These two teams played a tight one last year at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa, but the scene shifts to Arizona now, where HC Mike Stoops is going to be looking for arguably the biggest win in his head coaching career. We know that the Cats can claw with some iffy teams, but the oddsmakers aren’t showing them a lot of respect in this one as 1.5 point pups to QB Ricky Stanzi and the Hawkeyes.

2010 College Football Week 3 Lines @ BetUS Sportsbook (as of 9/14/10):
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College Football Lines for Thursday, 9/16/10

101 – Cincinnati Bearcats +2
102 – North Carolina State Wolfpack -2

Week 3 NCAA Footall Lines for Friday, 9/17/10

103 – Kansas Jayhawks +5.5
104 – Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles -5.5

105 – California Golden Bears -3
106 – Nevada Wolfpack +3

Current Week 3 Lines for Saturday, 9/18/10

107 – Arkansas Razorbacks +2.5
108 – Georgia Bulldogs -2.5

109 – Maryland Terrapins +10
110 – West Virginia Mountaineers -10

111 – Iowa State Cyclones +3.5
112 – Kansas State Wildcats -3.5

113 – Ball State Cardinals +17
114 – Purdue Boilermakers -17

115 – Northern Illinois Huskies +7
116 – Illinois Fighting Illini -7

117 – Connecticut Huskies -6.5
118 – Temple Owls +6.5

119 – Ohio Bobcats +30.5
120 – Ohio State Buckeyes -30.5

121 – Kent State Golden Flashes +21
122 – Penn State Nittany Lions -21

123 – Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets OTB
124 – North Carolina Tar Heels OTB

125 – Vanderbilt Commodores +11.5
126 – Mississippi Rebels -11.5

127 – East Carolina Pirates +19.5
128 – Virginia Tech Hokies -19.5

129 – San Diego State Aztecs +14.5
130 – Missouri Tigers -14.5

131 – Tulsa Golden Hurricane +7
132 – Oklahoma State Cowboys -7

133 – Alabama Crimson Tide -24
134 – Duke Blue Devils +24

135 – Hawaii Warriors +11
136 – Colorado Buffaloes -11

137 – BYU Cougars +8.5
138 – Florida State Seminoles -8.5

139 – Colorado State Rams +8
140 – Miami Redhawks -8

141 – Florida Gators -14
142 – Tennessee Volunteers +14

143 – USC Trojans -13
144 – Minnesota Golden Gophers +13

145 – Washington State Cougars +23
146 – SMU Mustangs -23

147 – Arizona State Sun Devils +14
148 – Wisconsin Badgers -14

149 – Nebraska Cornhuskers -3.5
150 – Washington Huskies +3.5

151 – Louisville Cardinals +18.5
152 – Oregon State Beavers -18.5

153 – Air Force Falcons +17
154 – Oklahoma Sooners -17

155 – Central Michigan Chippewas -9.5
156 – Eastern Michigan Eagles +9.5

157 – Baylor Bears +21
158 – TCU Horned Frogs -21

159 – Marshall Thundering Herd -3
160 – Bowling Green Falcons +3

161 – Navy Midshipmen -4
162 – Louisiana Tech Bulldogs +4

163 – Central Florida Knights -8.5
164 – Buffalo Bulls +8.5

165 – Akron Zips +25
166 – Kentucky Wildcats -25

167 – Toledo Rockets +3.5
168 – Western Michigan Broncos -3.5

169 – Clemson Tigers +7
170 – Auburn Tigers -7

171 – Texas Longhorns -3.5
172 – Texas Tech Red Raiders +3.5

173 – Northwestern Wildcats -6.5
174 – Rice Owls +6.5

175 – Mississippi State Bulldogs +8
176 – LSU Tigers -8

177 – Utah Utes -22.5
178 – New Mexico Lobos +22.5

179 – Fresno State Bulldogs -6
180 – Utah State Aggies +6

181 – Notre Dame Fighting Irish +3
182 – Michigan State Spartans -3

183 – Boise State Broncos -24
184 – Wyoming Cowboys +24

185 – New Mexico State Aggies +15
186 – UTEP Miners -15

187 – UNLV Rebels +6.5
188 – Idaho Vandals -6.5

189 – Iowa Hawkeyes -1.5
190 – Arizona Wildcats +1.5

191 – Houston Cougars -3
192 – UCLA Bruins +3

193 – Wake Forest Demon Deacons +17
194 – Stanford Cardinal -17

195 – Indiana Hoosiers -12
196 – Western Kentucky Hilltoppers +12

197 – North Texas Mean Green +5.5
198 – Army Black Knights -5.5

199 – Louisiana Monroe Warhawks +4
200 – Arkansas State Red Wolves -4

201 – Florida International Golden Panthers +27.5
202 – Texas A&M Aggies -27.5

203 – Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders -5.5
204 – Memphis Tigers +5.5

205 – Troy Trojans -3.5
206 – UAB Blazers +3.5

2009 NFL Week 4 Lines; Quick Breakdown

September 29th, 2009 by Richard Boyle (Bankroll Sports Contributor) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2009 NFL Week 4 Lines; Quick Breakdown

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Quick breakdown and early looks at the week 4 NFL lines (which are listed below); Last week was a sportsbook’s nightmare and the chalk-eating public’s dream week. The chalk eaters cashed in big (which would mean that the public bettors also cashed), as the favorites were 11-5 over the underdogs this weekend. Home dogs were also a horrible 2-5 against the spread on Sunday. Don’t expect this to happen again as the oddsmakers are sure to make adjustments to avoid too many covers by the favorites. As expected, there are a lot of very large spreads in the week 4 NFL lines. Out of the 12 NFL games that have opening spreads on Tuesday, eight of these games have spreads of 6 points or more and five of them have spreads of at least 9 points. Week four is definitely not the board you want to look at if you like betting on the favorites. However, it’s also not your board if you like betting on home underdogs, as there are only four home dogs out of the 12 NFL games with opening numbers. In week three, road teams and home teams were an even 8-8 against the spread. Oddsmakers have also been on the ball for the most part with over/unders this year, with an 8-8 split in the first two weeks and 9-7 (in favor of overs) last week. The bye weeks will begin in week 4 with Atlanta, Philadelphia, Carolina, and Arizona having the week off. In the only week four NFL matchup between two 3-0 teams, the New Orleans Saints are big 6.5 point favorites at home vs. the red hot New York Jets. Every other division leader, with the exception of San Francisco, currently holds a 3-0 record and is also favored to win in week 4. All of the 0-3 teams, with the exception of Miami and Tennessee, are big underdogs of 6 points or more. Tennessee is actually giving 3 points on the road vs. Jacksonville and Miami is getting 3 points at home vs. the Buffalo Bills. The Monday Night Football matchup for week 4 features the (3-0) Minnesota Vikings as 3½ point favorites at home vs. the (2-1) Green Bay Packers in what should prove to be an outstanding NFC North showdown. Expect a lot more home dogs and underdogs as a whole to cash in week four as favorite/underdog ATS records tend to even out from week to week in the NFL. Take a look at the 2009 week four spreads and schedule from top sponsor, BetUS Sportsbook below. NFL Football

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2009 NFL Football Week Four Lines From BetUS (as of 9/29 @ 12:30 pm ET):
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NFL Week 4 Lines For Sunday, October 04, 2009   
1:00pm (ET)      
 201Oakland Raiders+9  -110  41O -110
 202Houston Texans-9  -110   U -110
1:00pm (ET)      
 203Tennessee Titans-3  -110  41½O -110
 204Jacksonville Jaguars+3  -110   U -110
1:00pm (ET)      
 205Baltimore Ravens+2  -110  44½O -110
 206New England Patriots-2  -110   U -110
1:00pm (ET)      
 207Cincinnati Bengals-6½  -110  38O -110
 208Cleveland Browns+6½  -110   U -110
1:00pm (ET)      
 209New York Giants-10  -110  42½O -110
 210Kansas City Chiefs+10  -110   U -110
1:00pm (ET)      
 211Detroit Lions+10½  -110  39O -110
 212Chicago Bears-10½  -110   U -110
1:00pm (ET)      
 213Tampa Bay Buccaneers+7  -110  37O -110
 214Washington Redskins-7  -110   U -110
4:05pm (ET)      
 215Seattle Seahawks+9½ 44O -110
 216Indianapolis Colts-9½  U -110
4:05pm (ET)      
 217New York Jets+6½  -110  45½O -110
 218New Orleans Saints-6½  -110   U -110
4:05pm (ET)      
 219Buffalo Bills-1  -110  37O -110
 220Miami Dolphins+1  -110   U -110
4:15pm (ET)      
 221St Louis Rams+9½  -110  37½O -110
 222San Francisco 49ers-9½  -110   U -110
4:15pm (ET)      
 223Dallas Cowboys-3 42½O -110
 224Denver Broncos+3  U -110
8:20pm (ET)      
 225San Diego Chargers+6½  -110  43O -110
 226Pittsburgh Steelers-6½  -110   U -110
NFL Week 4 Lines For Monday, October 05, 2009   
8:35pm (ET)      
 227Green Bay Packers+3½  -110  46O -110
 228Minnesota Vikings-3½  -110   U -110