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NFL Week 10 Betting Odds and Predictions

The NFL season has reached the halfway point and teams are starting to make their moves for a playoff spot. There are several great games on tap for week 10, but we have identified the five best games to bet on this weekend. Let’s take a look at these games with a betting prediction for each of them.

Cincinnati Bengals vs. New Orleans Saints -4.5

The Cincinnati Bengals will host the red-hot New Orleans Saints on Sunday afternoon. New Orleans comes into this game riding a seven-game winning streak, and quarterback Drew Brees is having a historic season. The Bengals come in with a 5-3 record, but their defense has been atrocious so far this season. Cincinnati is giving up close to 30 points per game this season, and that recipe will not work out well against the high scoring Saints. Both of these teams could be playoff teams this season, but this game will still be a mismatch. Bet the New Orleans and their dynamic offense -4.5 over the Bengals on Sunday.

Chicago Bears -6.5 vs. Detroit Lions

The first place Chicago Bears will host the last place Detroit Lions in an NFC clash on Sunday. The Bears surprisingly have one of the top offenses in the NFL this season, but their real strength is on defense. Khalil Mack is expected back for this game, and the Bears defense should get plenty of pressure on Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford. Stafford and the Lions passing attack have struggled this season, and they recently traded away their top receiver, Golden Tate. Detroit gives up plenty of points as well, and Mitchell Trubisky and the Bears offense should have a big day. Trubisky is another great play at PlayWV. The Bears have too much talent for the Lions and will win this game by a touchdown plus. Bet the Chicago Bears -6.5 over the Lions.

Cleveland Browns vs. Atlanta Falcons -4.0

The struggling Cleveland Browns will take on playoff hopeful Atlanta Falcons at home on Sunday. The Browns have lost four straight games after showing promise to begin the season, and it cost coach Hue Jackson his job. Atlanta has won three straight games to get back into the playoff picture in the NFC. Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan leads an explosive passing attack that is averaging more than 320 yards per game.

Atlanta will try to take advantage of an aggressive, but young Cleveland defense on Sunday. Atlanta still is trying to find more consistency from their defense, after giving up over 28 points per game. The good news for the Falcons is that the Cleveland Browns offense has struggled of late under rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield. The Browns are still a year or two away from really being competitive, and the Falcons should take advantage of them and win their fourth straight game. Bet the Falcons -4.0 over the Browns.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Washington Redskins +3.0

This game could be one of the most intriguing matchups on the week 10 schedule. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are a three point favorite over the visiting Washington Redskins in this game. Both the Bucs and Redskins are hard to figure out this season, with both teams being extremely inconsistent. Tampa Bay has lost five of their last six games to drop to 3-5 on the year, but they still feature the best passing attack in the NFL. Washington comes into this game with a 5-3 record, but looked horrible in a week nine blowout loss to the Atlanta Falcons.

The Redskins come into this game with a top-10 defense, but their offense has struggled throughout the 2018 season. Washington will also be without two of their starting offensive lineman for the remainder of the season. The Buccaneers defense is the worst in the league, and they put a ton of pressure on their offense to bail them out. Look for the Redskins to overcome their injuries and get a big win on the road in this game. Bet the Redskins +3.0 to beat the Bucs.

Philadelphia Eagles -6.5 vs. Dallas Cowboys

Longtime NFC East rivals will meet in prime time on Sunday night. Both the Eagles and Cowboys have struggled through much of this season, and both are trying to chase down the Redskins for the lead in the division. Philadelphia and Dallas have both struggled on offense this season, but feature two of the best defenses in the NFL. Points may be hard to come by in this game, but the Eagles will get a boost on offense in the form of wide receiver Golden Tate. Tate should improve a passing attack that is averaging 260 yards per game this season. Dallas is a mess on offense, and it doesn’t look like head coach Jason Garrett has any answers. The Eagles are at home, and have the better team. Bet Philadelphia -6.5 over the Cowboys on Sunday night.

NFL Week 6 Betting Odds and Predictions

Week six of the NFL season is set to kick off with a Thursday night game featuring the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles. Let’s take a look at this weekend’s slate of games and make a prediction for the top five NFL games to bet on.

Cincinnati Bengals -2.5 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

The Cincinnati Bengals will host the Pittsburgh Steelers in a very important AFC North battle on Sunday. The Bengals lead the division with a 4-1 record, and the Steelers find themselves in third place at 2-2-1. Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton has been impressive so far this season, throwing for 1,445 yards and 12 touchdowns. Wide receiver A.J. Green is averaging more than 15 yards per reception, and he should find plenty of open real estate in this game. Ben Roethlisberger has had a terrific start to the season for the Steelers, but Pittsburgh is still missing Le’Veon Bell. The Bengals are the better team right now, and they will win the game. Bet the Bengals -2.5 over the Steelers.

Cleveland Browns vs. Los Angeles Chargers -1.0

The much improved Cleveland Browns will host the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday. The Browns are 2-2-1 after going winless a season ago, and the Chargers come in with a 3-2 record. The Chargers are averaging over 27 points per game and have one of the top offenses in the NFL. The Browns are led by rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield, but they still make plenty of mistakes. Cleveland has been in close games all season long, but that run will end in this game. Bet the Los Angeles Chargers -1.0 in a game where they blow out the Browns.

Miami Dolphins vs. Chicago Bears -3.0

The red hot Chicago Bears will travel to Miami to take on the surprising Dolphins in week six. Both teams are leading their divisions, and both are winning games with their defense. The Miami Dolphins are giving up just 23.4 points per game, but their offense has killed them in recent weeks. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill threw a costly interception in a week five loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, that saw the Dolphins blow a 17 point lead.

The Bears are coming off of their best offensive performance in decades, scoring 48 points in a week four win. The Bears defense is led by MVP candidate Khalil Mack, who should have his way with a struggling Miami offensive line in this game. Look for the Bears to leave Miami with another blowout win this week. Bet the Chicago Bears -3.0 over the Dolphins in this game.

New York Jets -2.5 vs. Indianapolis Colts

A pair of struggling teams will meet in New York as the Jets play host to the Indianapolis Colts. The Jets are coming off of a very impressive week five win over the Denver Broncos. The Indianapolis Colts have lost three straight games after beating the Washington Redskins in game two of the season.

The Jets have an inconsistent offense led by rookie quarterback Sam Darnold, but they are capable of putting up big numbers on offense. Darnold has thrown for over 1,000 yards and seven touchdowns this season. The defense of the Jets has been carrying them this season, and that trend should continue in this game. Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has thrown for 12 touchdowns this season, but has struggled with accuracy and staying upright.

The Colts will need a big performance out of their offensive line in this game if they are going to have any chance of winning. Look for the Jets to find a way to beat the Colts by more than a field goal in this game. The New York Jets -2.5 is the bet in this game.

Houston Texans -1.0 vs. Buffalo Bills

Two of the most interesting teams in the NFL will meet in week six with the Houston Texans host the Buffalo Bills. The Texans got off to a surprising 0-3 start this season but has won their last two games to get back into playoff contention. The Bills have looked awful in three of their games, but also have a pair of wins over the Minnesota Vikings and Tennessee Titans.

Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson has thrown for over 307 yards per game this season but has struggled in the red zone. The Houston defensive front can cause a lot of havoc, and they should have a huge day in this game. Bills quarterback Josh Allen has looked like a rookie this season but has been great on a few occasions. This game will likely come down to a defensive stop, and the Texans will get it. Bet the Houston Texans -1.0 over the Buffalo Bills in this game.

Best of luck with all your NFL Week 6 betting!

NFL Week 1 Betting Picks and Predictions

Week 1 of the NFL season is set to kick off this weekend with a full slate of games on tap. Let’s take a look at the five best games to bet on this weekend, with a pick for how each game will play out.

Thursday, September 6: Philadelphia Eagles vs. Atlanta Falcons +2.0:

Thursday Night Football will feature a rematch of last year’s NFC Divisional Round playoff game. The defending Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles will start their title defense against a very good Atlanta Falcons team in this game. The Eagles will start Nick Foles at quarterback on Thursday night as Carson Wentz has still not been cleared for contact.

Foles led the team in the playoffs last season, but struggled mightily in the preseason. The Falcons have a dynamic offense and should put up points in this one. The Eagles get a small advantage of playing at home, but it won’t help them in this one. The Falcons go into Lincoln Financial Field and defeat the Eagles.

Sunday, September 9: Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers -3.5:

AFC North Division rivals square off in Cleveland on Sunday as the Browns host the Pittsburgh Steelers. Cleveland selected quarterback Baker Mayfield with the top overall pick in last year’s draft, but they are choosing to start Tyrod Taylor in this game. Taylor should get the advantage of having Josh Gordon on the field to throw the ball to. The Pittsburgh Steelers are still waiting on Le’Veon Bell to show up to practice.

The All-Pro running back is expected to show up sometime this week, but his status for week 1 is uncertain. With or without Bell, the Steelers should be able to handle the Browns pretty handily in this one. Bet the Steelers -3.5 over the Browns on Sunday.

Sunday, September 9: Indianapolis Colts -3.0 vs. Cincinnati Bengals:

Andrew Luck is back as quarterback of the Indianapolis Colts, which is a welcome sight to Colts fans. Luck missed all of last season but looked healthy and ready to go during the preseason. The Colts should be able to put points on the board this season with Luck hooking up with top wide receiver TY Hilton. The Colts will struggle on defense this season, but the Bengals don’t present a huge offensive threat in this game.

The Bengals still feature Andy Dalton and quarterback, but his age is starting to show. Cincinnati will lean heavily on running backs Joe Mixon and Giovani Bernard, but they need to find offense through the air. This could be a sloppy affair, but the Colts will get a seven-point win in Luck’s return to the Colts.

Sunday, September 9: Minnesota Vikings -6.0 vs. San Francisco 49ers:

The Minnesota Vikings burst onto the scene last year, and they should be even better this season. Minnesota brought in veteran quarterback Kirk Cousins to lead their extremely talented offense. The Vikings feature a pair of talented and explosive running backs in Dalvin Cook and Latavius Murray.

Minnesota’s defense might be the best in the NFL this season as well, making the Vikings a tough team to beat. The San Francisco 49ers will have that task on Sunday afternoon. There is a ton of hype surrounding the 49ers and quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo.

San Francisco suffered a huge blow late last week as running back Jerick McKinnon suffered a torn ACL that will cause him to miss the season. Garoppolo will now have even more pressure on him to lead the 49ers offense, and against the Vikings that will be too tall of a task. The 49ers should be improved this season, but the Vikings are elite. They beat the 49ers by more than a touchdown on Sunday.

Monday, September 10: Oakland Raiders vs. Los Angeles Rams -4.0:

This game is a rematch of a week two preseason game that was won by the Rams by a score of 19-15. Neither team was willing to show much in that matchup, but the Rams will unleash their explosive offense on Monday night. The Raiders just traded their best defensive player to the Chicago Bears, and the team will greatly miss his presence on the field.

The Rams should put up a ton of points this season with quarterback Jared Goff and running back Todd Gurley leading the way. Los Angeles also brought in Aqib Talib and Marcus Peters as defensive backs to give them one of the top defenses in the NFL. The Raiders hope that the return of head coach Jon Gruden will give them an edge offensively, but they have their work cut out for them in this game. This game might be tight for a while, but the Rams will break it open in the end. Bet the Rams -4.0 in the battle of California teams.

Super Bowl Sunday Features the New England Patriots as Favorites over Philadelphia Eagles

The big game. The biggest game in all of United States sports will take place this Sunday. Super Bowl Sunday, and the game will take place in Minneapolis Minnesota – the home of the Vikings. Super Bowl Sunday will feature the top two teams in the league all during the regular season. The AFC team will feature the defending champion New England Patriots. The Patriots took care of the Tennessee Titans and Jacksonville Jaguars to get to this game, while the Philadelphia Eagles downed the Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints. The New England Patriots are looking for back to back Super Bowl titles, and are the favorites in this game. The New England Patriots are -5 over the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl 52 on Sunday.


Patriots Keep Winning

Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots are plenty used to getting to the big game. Remember last season – the Patriots were getting smoked by the Atlanta Falcons, trailing 28-3 – and they came from behind to win the game. The Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is seeking his 6th Super Bowl title. Brady is one of the candidates to be the Most Valuable Player during the regular season, and would love to cap it off with a postseason MVP award as well.

The quarterback threw for more than 4,500 yards in the regular season. New England during the postseason are scoring 29.5 points per game. That’s just a bit more than 28.6 points per game. Rob Gronkowski was the top target all season long for the Patriots, with nearly 1,100 yards and 8 touchdowns. The tight end is questionable for this game with concussion like symptoms, but is fully expected to play in the game.

The Patriots running game was anchored  most of the season by a combination of Dion Lewis, Rex Burkhead and James White. Lewis led the way with just under 900 yards on the season. New England started the season with 2 losses in their first four games. In those two losses to the Kansas City Chiefs and Carolina Panthers, they allowed 37.5 points per game. The Patriots defense finished the regular season ranked 5th in all of the league, as they allowed 18.5 per game.

Eagles Underdogs in Super Bowl 52

The winners of the NFC were the Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles were underdogs in the divisional round against the Atlanta Falcons, despite being the top seed. Philadelphia came away with a 15-10 win in that game. Then – the Eagles were the underdogs in the NFC title game – and they blasted the Minnesota Vikings 38-7. The Eagles won the NFC East during the regular season by 4 games over the Dallas Cowboys.

Nick Foles started just three games in the regular season for the Eagles. Carson Wentz was on pace to be a MVP contender until he tore his ACL in a win over the Los Angeles Rams. Foles went 4-1 as a starter, with the lone loss coming in the regular season finale where starters sat for most of the game. The passing game for Philadelphia finished with more than 233 yards per game, while the running game was third in the league with 132.2 yards per game. The Eagles scored 28.6 points per game, and allowing opponents just 18.4.

The receiving core for the Philadelphia Eagles seems to go under appreciated. Alshon Jeffrey caught two touchdowns in the blowout win over the Vikings. The name that most will talk about is the tight end Zach Ertz. He caught 74 passes for 824 yards and 8 touchdowns during the season. Philadelphia led all teams in the NFL in touchdowns caught by tight ends. Philadelphia added Jay Ajayi during the season to go along with LeGarrette Blount as the dual running backs.

Super Bowl 52 Prediction

Best of luck with all your Super Bowl bets. Do not forget – get your bets in before the game, and make sure you check out all the great Super Bowl prop bets as well. When we make our final pick for the game – we are going to take the defending champions. The final bet for Super Bowl 52 is the New England Patriots -5 over the Philadelphia Eagles. Best of luck with all your US sports betting.


NFL Wildcard Weekend has Arrived: 4 Pack of Picks Here

The National Football League has reached it’s wildcard round. The wildcard round features four games, and 8 teams. The divisional leaders are taking the weekend off, before they get together next weekend with the winners of these games. It should be a very entertaining weekend of National Football League action. Let’s take a look at our picks for the 2018 NFL Wildcard Round picks:


Kansas City Chiefs -8 over Tennessee Titans 

Andy Reid is back in the postseason as the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs. He takes his team into the postseason with Alex Smith at quarterback. Smith was up and down this season, with five wins to start the season. The Chiefs needed a couple big wins late in the season to get back on track and win the AFC West. Kareem Hunt will be the main man on offense for Kansas City, as he led the NFL in rushing yards. They will host the Tennessee Titans, who won in Week 17 and got some help from other NFL teams. The Titans have seen an ineffective Marcus Mariota for too much of the season.  The quarterback had 15 interceptions to just 13 touchdown passes this season. The Titans have turned to Derrick Henry over DeMarco Murray at the running back spot, but both have seen ineffective games. Look for the Chiefs defense to be the key here. The Kansas City Chiefs at home are going to take care of business and win this game over the Titans. Take the Chiefs -8.

Atlanta Falcons +6 over Los Angeles Rams

Sean McVay and the Los Angeles Rams have been one of the big stories of the National Football League season. McVay has a great shot at being the Coach of the Year in the NFL. But, the story is coming to an end here. Matt Ryan against Jared Goff and that’s going to the veteran quarterback. Ryan has been poor for most of the season, but he can turn it on when he needs to. Look for him to use his top target early and often in this game. The Falcons defense will come up with a game plan to slow down Todd Gurley and force Goff into tough spots. In a down season for Matty Ice he still threw 20 touchdowns, and more than 4,000 yards. Him and Julio are going to take down Los Angeles. Take the Falcons on the road at the Rams in the wildcard weekend.

Jacksonville Jaguars -8 over Buffalo Bills

The Buffalo Bills are another team that kind of snuck into the postseason. They will have a tough time moving the football against the Jaguars in this game, especially with LeSean McCoy being beat up. If McCoy cannot play in this game, they are in big time trouble. Look for the Jaguars to give Leonard Fournette a heavy dose of the football, and let the defense do the rest of the work.  Quarterback Blake Bortles has lowered his interceptions this season, with 13 to 21 touchdowns. This is the first start in the postseason for both Blake Bortles and Tyrod Taylor, and neither will be fantastic, but the defense for the Jaguars wins the game. Expect Jacksonville to rudely welcome the Buffalo Bills to town on Sunday. Take the home team by 10+ points in this game.

Carolina Panthers +6 over New Orleans Saints 

Throw the regular season games out the window in this game. These are two pretty good National Football League teams that are hungry to be the next NFC South team to get to the Super Bowl. The Panthers are just two years removed, while it’s been awhile for Sean Payton and his Saints. Cam Newton has a MVP under his belt, and will be better than he was in the recent loss to the Panthers. While Newton’s weapons are not elite status, they are good enough to win a playoff game.  The big key here is Greg Olsen gets back on track. A week ago him and Cam Newton were not on the same page, and the Panthers looked bad. Newton uses his arm and his legs in this game. Look for Carolina to go on the road and beat the Saints, which would set up a second round battle against the Minnesota Vikings.


There it is. Those are our favorite National Football League Wildcard round picks. We have gone with the two favorites out of the AFC, and two underdogs to win out of the NFC. There should be some great football action this weekend! Best of luck with all of your National Football League betting, and enjoy the action.

Regular Season Finale in the National Football League

We have reached the final weekend of the National Football League. Week 17 has arrived, and there are several games that could throw around the seedings and teams that are into the postseason. It should be a fun week, with all 32 teams playing on Sunday. After this week – the postseason will begin in the National Football League. Let’s look at our bets for the regular season finale in the National Football:


Minnesota Vikings -12 over Chicago Bears

The Minnesota Vikings should be able to name the score over the Chicago Bears. Sure, the Bears are coming off a win, but in the end, Chicago is still a 5 win team. The Vikings need this win to keep the #2 seed in the NFC, and that means home game in the second round, and if the Eagles lose – a home game in the NFC title game. The Vikings quarterback Case Keenum has been absolutely outstanding with 21 touchdowns and 7 interceptions thrown. Look for the Minnesota offense to have their way against the Bears defense in this game, and come away with a blowout home win.

New England Patriots -16 over New York Jets

This should not even be close. Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are at home, and ready to keep their top seed in the AFC. The Patriots would have a first round bye, and then host a game before possibly hosting the AFC title game. The Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is looking to get over 1,100 yards receiving and he has 8 touchdowns on the season. He seems to be in line for a great game against the hurting Jets that are heading home for the season following this game. The Patriots whip the Jets in Foxboro.

Philadelphia Eagles -3 over Dallas Cowboys

Do not be surprised if the Dallas Cowboys come into this game very unmotivated. The Cowboys have been eliminated from postseason play, and Philadelphia, despite who they play are still going to be spirited and want to grab their 14th win of the season. Nick Foles has thrown 5 touchdowns and 1 interception since becoming the starter. Look for a solid outing from the quarterback in the Eagles win. Take Philadelphia at home over the Dallas Cowboys in NFL Week 17.

Atlanta Falcons -4 over Carolina Panthers

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This is the biggest game on the NFL slate for Week 17. This game has a ton of meaning to it. The Atlanta Falcons are at home and need a win to get into the postseason. Keep in mind – this is the NFC Champions we are talking about. Matt Ryan and Julio Jones do NOT want to be left out. On the other side – Carolina is a rival and would love to keep the Falcons out. Also, if the Panthers win, they could take down the NFC South title. Cam Newton should get a full game under his belt here. In a great game- the team that must win will win. Take the Atlanta Falcons -4 over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.

Tennessee Titans -3 over Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jacksonville Jaguars are already in the postseason, and lost an edge last week in the loss to Philadelphia. The Jaguars are going to be playing in the wildcard weekend anyways, not sure there is much motivation there for them. The Tennessee Titans if they want any chance at the postseason must win this game. Look for a hungry Titans team to come away with the win in this game on Sunday as they look to get into the postseason.

San Francisco 49ers +1 over Los Angeles Rams

The Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay has already said that his offensive starters are likely going to sit this game. That means no Jared Goff, no Todd Gurley, and that means trouble for the Rams. They are facing a San Francisco team that has been red hot with four straight wins. Defensively, if the Rams sit starters, they could be in huge trouble in this game. The Rams will still be at home in the wildcard round of the postseason. Look for the 49ers to take down the Rams in this game, and finish with 6 wins on the season.

Seattle Seahawks -9 over Arizona Cardinals 

While there is some pretty good narrative about Bruce Arians final game as head coach and Larry Fitzgerald likely his finale in the league – the Cardinals are out manned and outclassed. Especially if the Seahawks find out that the Atlanta Falcons lose. If the Falcons win, the Seahawks could lay off the gas, as they will be eliminated. But the Seahawks have the better roster and need a win. Take Seattle at home in Week 17.


Best of luck with all your National Football League betting. It’s been a great season of football, and we expect more awesome football action as the regular season comes to a close and the postseason begins. There is a look at our bets from the regular season finale in the National Football League. Enjoy and have a great 2018!

HUGE Games Headline Week 15 in the NFL

Week 15 of the National Football League has arrived and with three weeks to go, the games are getting serious for those teams that are looking at getting to the postseason. It’s another nice slate of games, and the point spreads for these games are handicapped pretty accurately. Let’s take a look at our favorite National Football League Week 15 Picks:


Denver Broncos -2 over Indianapolis Colts

Both teams are out when it comes to the postseason. The Denver Broncos have been terrible on the road this season. In fact, Denver has yet to win a road game this season. But, Indianapolis is in a terrible rut, and will likely lose out the rest of the season. Look for the strong defense of the Broncos to keep the Colts offense in struggle mode here. The Broncos win the Thursday Night Football game over the Colts, and pick up their 5th win of the season and move the Colts to 3-11.

Detroit Lions -5 over Chicago Bears

This is the first of a doubleheader on Saturday. The Detroit Lions must win out to have any chance at the postseason. Even if they won out – they still are a longshot to reach the postseason. The Lions have been playing close games, but in this game, the Detroit defense gets the best of young Mitch Trubisky and the Chicago offense. The Lions pick up a touchdown win over the Bears at home on Saturday afternoon in Detroit.

Kansas City Chiefs pk over Los Angeles Chargers

The second game of the doubleheader features the Kansas City Chiefs at home against the Los Angeles Chargers. The Chiefs are coming off the much needed win over the Raiders. Los Angeles has been one of the hottest teams in the league. The winner of this game will take the lead with two games to go in the AFC West. The home team is where the bet needs to go here. The point spread is a pick’em for this one, and we are going with Kansas City at home.

Carolina Panthers -3 over Green Bay Packers

Whether Aaron Rodgers plays in this game or not, does not matter. The Carolina Panthers are going to roll over the Green Bay Packers at home in this game. The Panthers are searching for their 10th win of the season, and the offense is going. Look for Cam Newton to have a MVP type game here, and take down the shaky Green Bay defense. This win pretty much gives the Panthers a playoff spot, and the loss sends the Packers away for the postseason. Take Carolina -3 at home.

Seattle Seahawks -2 over Los Angeles Rams

The Los Angeles Rams have a single game lead in the NFC West over the Seattle Seahawks. The Seahawks beat the Rams in the first meeting, which means if they win this game, they hold the tiebreaker over Los Angeles. A win for the Rams would put them two games up with two games to play. This is a massive game, because the loser is still going to have to fight for the wildcard in the NFC. Look for the 12th man in Seattle to get the job done and pick up win #9. Take Seattle at home.


New England Patriots -2 over Pittsburgh Steelers

This game is at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, and the Steelers come in with the best record in all of the National Football League. The Steelers in their last two games had to come from behind to win. Pittsburgh cannot afford to fall behind in this game, as Tom Brady and the Patriots are going to be ready to get some revenge . The revenge does not come from Pittsburgh, but the Monday Night Football loss to the Dolphins in Miami. Look for New England to win this game on the road by a field goal or more.

Oakland Raiders +3 over Dallas Cowboys

The loss for the Raiders against the Chiefs hurt their chances, but they are not dead yet out of the AFC West. The Raiders are in a must win situation on Sunday Night Football against another desperate team. The Dallas Cowboys also have to win out to have a chance in the NFC. Look for Oakland to get Cooper and Crabtree going against the Dallas defense. The Raiders win this game at home.

There is a look at the National Football League Week 15 picks. Best of luck with all your  US sports betting. and we are excited about the action on the field, and will enjoy the three days of following the National Football League!

Week 14 In The NFL Brings Some HUGE Games

Another week is here full of National Football League action. Week 13 went much like we thought it would with some blowouts, along with some excellent excitement. Time to turn the calendar to the second week of December and get ready for some great Week 14 action. For some it’s do or die to get into the postseason, for others it’s just solidifying their spot, and for others it matters for their draft spot, and that’s it. It’s time to take a look at the NFL Week 14 Picks.

Atlanta Falcons +2 over New Orleans Saints

Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons are in a must win situation at home on Thursday Night Football. The Falcons cannot afford to fall to 7-6 in a tough NFC. Look for Ryan and Julio Jones to take care of business and shred the young, inexperienced secondary of the New Orleans Saints. It’s a short week, and it will show with the defense of the Saints. Take the Falcons to win this game at home.


Carolina Panthers +4 over Minnesota Vikings 

Another week – another bet against the Minnesota Vikings. If you are not keeping track – this is too many bets against the Minnesota Vikings. The Vikings are only turning into the best team in the National Football League. But, Week 14 seems like a rough sled for the Minnesota Vikings. Look for Cam Newton to get after the Vikings a little bit and not only cover the spread as the underdog, but come away with a much needed win over Minnesota. Take the Panthers at home on Sunday.

Cincinnati Bengals -6 over Chicago Bears

Dumpster Fire warning. These two teams stink, and both head coaches are going to get fired at the end of the season – if not before. Marvin Lewis and the Cincinnati Bengals blew a chance to remain in the race and lost to the Steelers. The Bears are not even competitive right now. There is a lot of talk about how banged up the Bengals are – and it’s true, but look for the players on the field to bounce back with a road win. That’s how bad Chicago is. Take the Bengals in Chicago.

Green Bay Packers -3 over Cleveland Browns

Stop it. The Cleveland Browns are not going to win a game all season. That’s reality, but it’s pathetic reality. This is probably the best chance Cleveland has left. The Packers could use another win with Brett Hundley behind center to stay in the race. Look for Green Bay to take care of the football on offense, and take the football away on defense. The Packers go to Cleveland and give the Browns their 13th loss of the 2017 season.

Dallas Cowboys -5 over New York Giants

What a massive win for the Dallas Cowboys last week over the Washington Redskins. Now, the Cowboys feel they have a chance. The Cowboys will get Zeke Elliott back soon, and they are fighting for a wildcard spot. The Cowboys cannot afford to lose another game, and this should be one they have no problem with. The only thing is – no Ben McAdoo, and you all know the narrative about playing for a new coach. Regardless, the talent level is too far apart with a ton of momentum on one side. Take the Cowboys.

Los Angeles Chargers -6 over Washington Redskins

Don’t look now  – but a win here and the Los Angeles Chargers are 7-6 heading into their final three games of the season. Phillip Rivers is doing just enough to lead the offense, and this is a much improved defense. The Chargers with a win would also keep pace at the top of the AFC West. Look for Rivers to have another nice game, and hand the ball off to Melvin Gordon late to seal the deal. The Chargers down the Redskins in Los Angeles on Sunday.

Los Angeles Rams -2 over Philadelphia Eagles

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We saw some chinks in the armor of the Philadelphia Eagles. Now it’s time for Sean McVay and the Los Angeles Rams to expose them. Jared Goff against Carson Wentz. This is a great game, but the Rams are the winner here. Los Angeles needs to stay ahead of Seattle heading into their battle later in the season. Look for Todd Gurley to have a solid game here and lead Los Angeles to their 10th win of the season.

There you have it. Those are our favorite Week 14 Picks. Best of luck with all your National Football League betting, and we hope you have a great day at the sportsbook, and a great weekend watching the action on the field! Enjoy and good luck with all your  US sports betting.

NFL Week 13: Big Playoff Implications On the Line

The National Football League moves to Week 13 of the season. It’s amazing we have seen 12 weeks come and go already. The playoff picture is starting to round into shape, but still a few questions out there. Most of the games on tap for Sunday have some kind of playoff implication to it. Let’s take a look at the best NFL Games to bet on for Week 13 of the season.



Atlanta Falcons -3 over Minnesota Vikings

The Atlanta Falcons are playing some of the best football in the league, but are running up against an even hotter team right now. This game is in Atlanta, and Matt Ryan and Julio Jones have found their groove. Atlanta is the more desperate team right now, as the Vikings basically have the NFC North locked up. Look for the Falcons to get on the board early, and keep that lead with their defense. The Falcons beat the Vikings by a touchdowns in Week 13.

Detroit Lions +3 over Baltimore Ravens

This game means a ton. The Detroit Lions are 6-5 and a game back of the NFC Wildcard spot, while the Baltimore Ravens are 6-5, and tied for a wildcard spot. The Lions and Ravens are neither one going to win the division, but both teams can get to the postseason. The passing game of Detroit against the defense of Baltimore will be the key to this game. Matthew Stafford is coming off that ankle injury in the loss on Thanksgiving. The narrative will be that defense wins this game, but our pick is the Detroit Lions to pass to a win in Baltimore on Sunday.

Indianapolis Colts +10 over Jacksonville Jaguars

In the AFC South – the Indianapolis Colts and Jacksonville Jaguars are getting together. The Colts have been competitive lately, but do not have enough fire power to win many games. This is going to be another case. Leonard Fournette is due for a big game, but the lack of passing game for Jacksonville is a major red flag. In a pretty ugly, defensive game the Jaguars win the game, which they need – but Indianapolis keeps the game within 10. Take the Colts over the Jaguars on Sunday.

New York Jets +3 over Kansas City Chiefs

The New York Jets are just pesky enough to beat a team that needs a win. The Jets with Robby Anderson as a legitimate deep threat are going to be the next team to upset the Kansas City Chiefs. After starting red hot, a loss in this game would push the Chiefs to .500 on the season. The Los Angeles Chargers, and even the Oakland Raiders are making a push in the division. The Chiefs cannot move the ball right now, and Andy Reid is coming under fire. The Jets get the job done and upset the Chiefs on Sunday.

New Orleans Saints -4 over Carolina Panthers

Two powers in the NFC South will get together. The Saints and Panthers are tied for the divisional lead, with the Falcons a game behind them. Look for the two headed monster of Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara at home to beat the Panthers. Cam Newton has been up and down, with much more ups than downs as of late, but look for New Orleans to keep him off balance in this game, which leads to the Saints 9th win of the season.

Seattle Seahawks +5 over Philadelphia Eagles

The Sunday Night Football game features the Seattle Seahawks hosting the Philadelphia Eagles. Maybe the narrative is old and expired from this version of the Seattle Seahawks, but going into Seattle in November and winning is a tough task. The Eagles are the best team in the NFL, and have been passing the football all over the field on each and every opponent they play this season. But, Seattle needs a win, and needs it badly. If Pete Carroll’s team is going to get to the postseason, this is a game they need to win. Look for Seattle to man up with replacements on defense, and the offense carried by Russell Wilson to not only cover the underdog spread, but win this game over the Eagles. Philadelphia is due for a down game and the Seahawks take advantage of it.

That’s a look at the best Week 13 NFL Betting games. Best of luck with your betting, and we look forward to seeing you all back next week for Week 14 action, and all the US sports betting.

Thanksgiving Games Featured in NFL Week 12 Action

The National Football League has turned the page to Week 12 of the season. Typically, we would see the Thursday Night Football game on the schedule, but with Thanksgiving this week – we get treated to a trio of games in the National Football League. Those three games headline the schedule for Week 12 of the season, but do not stand alone. Let’s take a look at the National Football League schedule for Week 12, and give a few of our favorite picks of the Week!


Detroit Lions +3 over Minnesota Vikings 

The Detroit Lions can get right back into the NFC North race with a win in this game. Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions great passing offense gets a chance to battle the tough Minnesota defense. The Vikings have allowed just 172 points, which is the fewest in the NFC. This should be a great battle, and despite the injuries for Minnesota – they are faring well with the second best record in the NFC. Look for Stafford and the passing offense to get after it and torch the Minnesota defense. The Lions get their 7th win of the season and win on Thanksgiving Day over the Vikings.

Los Angeles Chargers pick’em over Dallas Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys just have too many injuries. It’s odd to think about it – but the Los Angeles Chargers have a better chance of reaching the postseason than the Dallas Cowboys. The Chargers at 4-6 on the season are in the dumpster fire known as the AFC. They have a chance to reach the postseason, at just a game back. Look for the Chargers to continue scoring points, after dumping 52 on the Buffalo Bills. The Cowboys are going to lose their third straight game and basically be eliminated from a chance to get to the postseason. The Chargers score 30+ points in this game and down the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day!

Washington Redskins -7 over New York Giants

Sure – the New York Giants won last week – but was it more about the Giants being good or the Chiefs being bad? Regardless – the Giants pulled the upset of the season, downing the Kansas City Chiefs. Now, New York will look to all but eliminate the Washington Redskins on Thanksgiving Night. The problem is – the Redskins have done enough damage to themselves, with a blown lead and loss to the Saints last weekend. But, the Redskins are going to bounce back. The New York Giants cannot keep up with the Redskins on the offensive end in this game. Look for a big game from Kirk Cousins as the Redskins win their 5th of the season on Thanksgiving Night!

Carolina Panthers -5 over New York Jets

On Sunday – an intriguing game as the Carolina Panthers are hot right now. They have won three straight games, and are looking to keep pace or catch the New Orleans Saints in the NFC South. This has a huge game for Cam Newton written all over it. The Jets are at home, but their defense has not been known as a defense to shut down a good offense. Carolina has been a pretty good offense more than not, and they are going to be well rested coming off their bye week. Look for the Panthers to get by the Jets, and just enough to cover the spread. Carolina Panthers beat the New York Jets on Sunday.

Philadelphia Eagles -13 over Chicago Bears 

We have the best team in the National Football League going up against one of the worst teams in the National Football League. Turn out the lights – this party is over. If this game was in Chicago, the Bears may be able to stick around – but in Philadelphia – Mitch Trubisky and the Bears are dead ducks. The Eagles are lighting up the scoreboard against any and every team they play. Look for that to not be any different against John Fox and his Bears. On Sunday – the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Chicago Bears by likely 3 touchdowns or more.

Pittsburgh Steelers -14 over Green Bay Packers

This was probably circled on the schedule at the beginning of the season as one of the best games of the season. Both teams were probably projected to be fighting for a divisional championship, and maybe heading for Super Bowl rematch. But – then Aaron Rodgers got hurt. The Green Bay Packers are all but dead. Brett Hundley and the Packers offense is unable to move the ball, and now they get a really good Steelers defense, and a Steelers offense that is starting to hit their stride. This has the potential of getting pretty ugly in Pittsburgh on Sunday Night Football. Look for another Antonio Brown big game and the Steelers win big over the Packers.

There is a look at the National Football League showcase of games for Week 12 of the season. Best of luck with all your National Football League betting, and enjoy the action on Thanksgiving. These games and much more are part of the great selection of games when participating in US sports betting.

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