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Nover: Bengals a Super Bowl Odds Value

There are few NFL teams who don't have a major weakness. Only one of them has odds as high as 33-1 to win the Super Bowl, according to current numbers at Bovada.

That team is the Cincinnati Bengals.

Cincinnati has a strong defense, is solidly coached and has an underrated offense. Yet 13 teams have shorter Super Bowl odds in looking at the Bovada Super Bowl futures.

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Eagles NFC East Favorites vs Cowboys

Despite their 0-1 start to the season the Philadelphia Eagles remain the slight favorites on the odds to win the NFC East division title at the online sportsbooks heading into their Week 2 clash against their closest rival on the betting lines.

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Sportsbook Sets NFL DFS Week 2 Props

Week 1 of the NFL season saw Julio Jones and Antonio Brown put up similar numbers, which was to be expected from two of the best receivers in the NFL. The two wideouts are both listed at -120 to top the other in daily fantasy points this week at Bovada.

Jones had a massive game on Monday Night Football with the fifth-year receiver catching nine passes for 141 yards and two touchdowns. Brown posted comparable numbers when the Steelers opened against the Patriots with nine receptions, 133 yards and a touchdown.

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Nover: Taylor Prop Didn't Quite Pay Out

It's a strong statement, but I'll go ahead and make it: Tyrod Taylor is more dangerous than Cam Newton. Both quarterbacks are highly mobile, excellent runners. Taylor gets the edge because he has superior skill position weapons.

Before preseason you wouldn't dare to make a Newton-Taylor comparison without getting laughed out of the room. Few could envision Taylor beating out veteran Matt Cassel and former Bills No. 1 draft pick EJ Manuel for the starting spot. Many thought Taylor wouldn't even make the team let alone be named the starter.

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Manziel, Mariota, Winston QB Prop Bets

The Johnny Manziel era in Cleveland might have started last week, when Josh McCown suffered a concussion. With the possibility that Manziel is the new signal caller for the Browns, Bovada has released a bunch of props for the sophomore quarterback.

After stepping under center in the final moments of the first quarter in Week 1, Manziel threw for 182 yards with one touchdown and one interception. The happy-footed quarterback also rushed for 35 yards on five carries.

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NFL Week 2 Expert Betting Odds Picks

Hold off the Chip Kelly Hall of Fame talk.

Kelly's coaching reputation took a hit following Monday's road upset loss to Atlanta in which the Eagles played flat for a half and 2014 rushing leader DeMarco Murray ran for a mere nine yards. Those are on Kelly.

I do see the Eagles, though, bouncing back at home against Dallas winning by at least a touchdown.

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Brady vs Brees: 400th Touchdown Prop

Two of the greatest quarterbacks of this generation are creeping toward the 400-TD milestone and one is favored to get there faster than the other.

Drew Brees has 397 touchdowns, while Tom Brady currently stands at 396, but online sportsbook Bovada has Brees favored as a -250 moneyline wager. Brady is the underdog at +170 (meaning a $100 bet turns out a $170 profit).

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NFL Week 2 OddsShark Computer Picks

The OddsShark Super Computer is predicting a big upset for the Week 2 NFL schedule with the Buffalo Bills projected to beat the New England Patriots. After all of the number crunching the final score is projected to be 24.2-21.8 in favor of the Bills.

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Peyton Manning: Week 2 Fantasy Odds

Peyton Manning’s Week 1 performance was not only a disappointment for Denver Broncos fans, but for fantasy football teams around the country as well.

Manning’s sub-par start to the season has not overly affected his projected fantasy value, however, with Bovada listing the over/under total for his Week 2 fantasy points at 19 for this week at Yahoo. Denver plays in Kansas City on Thursday night.

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NFL Week 2 Betting Trends Analysis

Tyrod Taylor outplayed Andrew Luck in helping the Bills roll past the Colts at home, 27-14, last Sunday. Can Taylor now beat Tom Brady and visiting New England?

History says no. The Patriots have owned this series under Bill Belichick winning 21 of the last 23 meetings. New England also has covered in nine of their last 11 road games versus Buffalo.

Houston Texans coach Bill O'Brien doesn't want to tip his hand about which quarterback he's going to start at Carolina on Sunday, either Brian Hoyer or Ryan Mallet.

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