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Luck, Rodgers Passing Yards Favorites

Drew Brees and Ben Roethlisberger tied for the most passing yards in the NFL in the regular season in 2014, but it's another pair of quarterbacks that lead those prop odds at the online sportsbooks heading into the 2015 campaign.

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NFL Receiving Leader: Brown is Favored

The Pittsburgh Steelers' Antonio Brown is the favorite on the NFL betting props at the online sportsbooks to lead the league in receiving yards for the second straight season, with the Atlanta Falcons' Julio Jones second on the list.

At Bovada Brown sits as the +550 favorite on the odds to lead the NFL in receiving yards in 2015, after he picked up a league-high 1,698 receiving yards in 2014. Brown was also second in the NFL in receiving yards back in the 2013 season, when he had 1,499.

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NFL Rushing Leader: Peterson Favorite

Adrian Peterson of the Minnesota Vikings played just one game last season, but he's still the betting favorite on the odds to lead the NFL in rushing yards in 2015 at the online sportsbooks.

At Bovada Peterson sits as the +350 favorite on the odds to lead the NFL in rushing yards in 2015 after he was held to 75 rushing yards in one game last season before being suspended for the duration of the campaign.

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Tablet Betting Sites

Tablet sports betting is exactly what it sounds like – placing bets on sports on a Web-capable tablet device. iPads and Android tablet devices are capable of displaying sports betting apps and websites, and they’re about as common as smartphones. Certainly, a tablet is as much a status symbol as the latest and greatest iPhone or Android OS-powered mobile gadget.

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iPhone Sports Betting Sites

iPhone sports betting essentially means using your Apple-designed mobile phone to place sports bets. The story of iPhone gambling is fascinating if you’re a fan of Apple products. Years ago, Apple had a very firm policy against allowing the release of apps that provide real-money gambling. In recent years, Apple quietly changed that policy.

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Blackberry Betting Sites

Blackberry sports betting means placing wagers on sports through Web-based sports betting services on a Blackberry device. Released in 1999, the Blackberry was the first smartphone-like device to catch on in a big way around the world, thanks mostly to the businessmen who used it as both a status symbol and a communication and networking tool.

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iPad Betting Sites

iPad sports betting essentially means using your iPad tablet to place sports bets over the Internet. Web-based sports betting is nothing new – the first Web-based sportsbooks started taking bets in the mid-1990’s. Using a mobile device like a tablet isn’t  new either – mobile gambling has been around in America for about five years now. What’s new? Improved technology and new ways to access Web-based sports bets using the iPad

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Android Betting Sites

Android sports betting essentially means using your Android phone to wager on sports. There’s two basic ways to do that – by loading a mobile-capable sportsbook website on your browser or by downloading and playing purpose-built betting apps. Unlike their main smartphone and tablet competitor Apple, Android doesn’t build software that’s bundled with hardware.

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Sports Betting Bonuses

Sports betting bonuses are promotions run by bookmakers as a marketing tool. These bonuses usually take the form of offers of free cash just for signing up, or for depositing a certain amount of money or placing a specific wager. Bonuses are the online version of casino comps – perks designed to draw in more business.

Bonuses have been a part of the online sportsbook industry since its inception. Though bonuses have changed over the years, the basic premise is the same. Sportsbooks throw bonus offers around as their primary means of advertisement.

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Money Order Betting Sites

Money orders are a method of payment similar to checks, where a piece of paper acts in the place of actual cash for a specified amount. The biggest difference between the two is that money orders don’t require a bank account, and they can be obtained at various locations such as post offices and convenience stores.

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