The Super Bowl-champion Saints are trying to become the first team ever to win the NFC South two years in a row and Al Dannity picks them to get one step closer this week (while also covering the point spread).
[ Sports Interaction betting analyst Al Dannity breaks down some of the huge divisional NFL match-ups this weekend - [custom:sb-sportsinteraction-textlink] is home to $125 in FREE BONUS CASH this week ]
Submitted by Jack Randall on Tue, 09/21/2010 - 08:22
OK, so the Chiefs and Bucs are 2-0 and the Cowboys and Vikings are 0-2 - small wonder that fans who like to bet favorites haven't had a great start to the NFL betting season.
The first two weeks has seen one surprise after another. It’s rapidly becoming apparent that a couple of 2009 basement-dwelling teams have made the right changes in the offseason and are vastly improved. The window of opportunity for for taking advantage of NFL odds on these teams will close quickly as oddsmakers adjust the numbers to reflect the improvements.
Submitted by Mike Pickett on Mon, 09/20/2010 - 09:10
It wasn't a good week to be betting favorites, while those betting underdogs on the moneyline made an absolute killing.
Back in Week 1, the favorites put up an ATS record of 9-7. Not very profitable if you rode favorites all the way, but at least you wouldn't have lost your shirt. If you rode the favorites in Week 2, not only would your shirt be gone, but your pants and shoes might be missing too. The favorites were 8-7 SU in Week 2 and a dreadful 5-9-1 ATS.
The second Manning Bowl kicks off tonight giving props bettors another chance to put their money behind Peyton or Eli. It's been four year since the Manning brothers last met up in a regular season game.
Peyton took that one after leading his Colts to a tight 26-21 victory. It was just as close on the box score as it was on the scoreboard as Peyton passed for 276 yards with a touchdown and a interception, while Eli delivered 247 yards with two touchdowns and a pick.
Submitted by Mike Pickett on Sat, 09/18/2010 - 19:37
Losing Ryan Grant hasn't diminished the Green Bay Packers in the eyes of the oddsmakers this week, as they're the biggest favorite of Week 2 in their matchup with the Buffalo Bills.
The Packers are nearly a two-touchdown favorite at home against Buffalo this week as a 13-point chalk on the Packers Bills odds list. Green Bay's offense fizzled at times last week against Philadelphia, but they could take full flight against a Buffalo squad that will be missing LB Paul Posluszny.
The handicapping, sports odds information contained on this website is for entertainment purposes only. Please confirm the wagering regulations in your jurisdiction as they vary from state to state, province to province and country to country. Using this information to contravene any law or statute is prohibited. The site is not associated with nor is it endorsed by any professional or collegiate league, association or team.