NFL BETTING 2015: AFC EAST DIVISION PREVIEW

New England Patriots (-150) Having won the AFC East 12 of the last 14 years, the Patriots go into every season as perennial favorites. This season, however, things may be different. The Pats will likely be missing legendary QB Tom Brady for the first four games of the season and have suffered big losses in the secondary, with All-Pro Darrelle Revis... Read More

NFL BETTING 2015: AFC NORTH DIVISION PREVIEW

Baltimore Ravens (+190) There are few constants in pro sports but two of them reside in the AFC North. The Ravens seem to lose a key defensive piece each offseason – Haloti Ngata in this case – yet always find a way to recover. They also lost receiver Torrey Smith but may have already drafted a replacement in Breshad Perriman. There’s no replacemen... Read More

NFL BETTING 2015: AFC SOUTH DIVISION PREVIEW

Indianapolis Colts (-400) The AFC South has been the Colts’ playground for over 15 years, and this season will be no different. They are the class of the division and the betting favorites to win the AFC. An already strong team got even stronger in the offseason with smart signings on both sides of the ball, and QB Andrew Luck keeps getting better... Read More

NFL BETTING 2015: AFC WEST DIVISION PREVIEW

Denver Broncos (-200) Fresh off a distressingly lifeless performance in the playoffs, the Broncos realize that their window of contention is getting smaller. For the Broncos to contend, star QB Peyton Manning needs to bounce back from a late season meltdown, and its star-studded defence needs to play up to its potential. The Broncos are hard to pre... Read More

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Seattle Seahawks (-225) Fresh off a gut wrenching Super Bowl loss, the Seahawks started the offseason with the shock acquisition of Jimmy Graham, helping them to shore up the biggest weakness they had. The NFL’s best defence is back, as are Russell Wilson and Marshawn Lynch. The team should be better than ever this season and are just behind the Packers as the NFL favorites to win the Super Bowl... Read More
Atlanta Falcons (+200) The Falcons have been teetering between very good and very bad for several years now and it is unlikely that anything will change this season. Matt Ryan and Julio Jones continue to be studs on offence but they have even less around them this season. The defence will be better following a strong draft but the unit was so bad last season that it will take massive improvements... Read More
Green Bay Packers (-300) Led by Aaron Rodgers, who is widely accepted as the best player in the NFL, the Packers are the odds-on favorites to win Super Bowl 50. Boasting perhaps the NFC’s most explosive offence, which includes Rodgers, running back Eddie Lacy and receivers Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb, the Packers are capable of scoring on anyone. They balance this out with a very good defence... Read More
Dallas Cowboys (+130) The Cowboys are coming off their best season in nearly a decade and now look poised to reach greater heights. While they lost DeMarco Murray (the NFL’s leading rusher) in the offseason, the Cowboys still have the NFL’s best O-line, game-breakers on offence and a young, growing defence. Given the season the Cowboys had and the potential growth that could still occur, they are... Read More