Underdogs Bite Back in Week 4

The NFL just can't seem to make up its mind. One week, it's all about the favorites and the over. The next, it's the underdogs and the under. Week 4 of the 2015 regular season fell into the second category; the dogs had plenty of bite at 8-6-1 (57.1%), while the under was a scorching 10-5-1 (66.7%). Speaking of the Dawg Pound, the Cleveland Browns... Read More

Michael Vick, Steelers Kick off Wild Week 4

Despite all the back-up quarterbacks who started Week 3, the over was the correct pick at 10-6 across the NFL. There will be at least one more second-stringer called into action this week; we'll get to see him in action right away on Thursday Night Football. Baltimore at Pittsburgh (Thursday, 8:25 PM ET, CBS/NFLN) Michael Vick will be starting this... Read More

NFL Week 3 – Betting Recap

Chiefs, Packers Cap High-Scoring Week 3 It looked like scoring was on its way back down in the NFL. After two weeks of occasionally ugly football, the offenses kicked it up a notch in Week 3, driving the over to a 10-6 record. There was only one 50-point total on the odds board, but eight of the 16 games sailed past that mark, with nine teams scori... Read More

Big Injuries, Big Spreads in Week 3

It's always good to have a back-up plan. At least five teams, perhaps as many as eight, are going into Week 3 of the NFL season without their projected No. 1 quarterbacks. This could be a very good week for betting the under. It could also be a very difficult week for the Dallas Cowboys. Atlanta (-2) at Dallas (+2) (1:00 PM ET, FOX) The Cowboys wen... 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