Submitted by OddsShark Staff on Sat, 01/11/2014 - 18:11
NFL bettors will be looking for an OVER result in New England on Saturday night as Tom Brady and the Patriots play host to Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts in Divisional Round odds action.
The Patriots and Colts have played to four straight OVER results for totals bettors on the NFL odds dating back to 2009, before Luck was Indy's QB. Luck and the Colts last faced the Pats in November 2012, with New England rolling to a 59-24 home win as a 10-point favorite for their supporters that day.
Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are big favorites to beat the Indianapolis Colts in NFL playoff betting action this weekend, and the prop betting lines at the sportsbooks think Brady will throw for more touchdown passes than Colts counterpart Andrew Luck.
Brady is the -175 favorite at Bovada to throw more touchdown passes in the game than Luck, who is the +145 underdog on those NFL prop odds. Brady also has a passing yards OVER/UNDER of 275.5 for the game, and a touchdown passes OVER/UNDER of 1.5.
Submitted by OddsShark Staff on Sat, 01/11/2014 - 09:40
The Seattle Seahawks crushed the New Orleans Saints at home in the regular season for easy SU and ATS victories, and they'll be looking to do the same on Saturday afternoon as those teams meet in a Divisional Round matchup on the NFL betting board.
The Seahawks, winners of five straight playoff home games, were sitting as 8-point chalk at Bovada in early NFL wagering.
Drew Brees almost always throws for more than two TDs but he didn’t last week against the Eagles and prop betting lines on the Seahawks vs Saints game suggest he won’t do it this week either.
The Saints are 8-point underdogs on the divisional playoff odds with a total of 47 but Drew Brees heads up numerous props. His OVER/UNDER of passing yards is low again, facing the tough Seattle defense. There are also receiving props on Marques Colston and Jimmy Graham.
Submitted by Mike Pickett on Thu, 01/09/2014 - 12:57
Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is the favorite to be the first name called in the 2014 NFL Draft.
In odds released by offshore sportsbook Bovada on Thursday Bridgewater is a 2/3 favorite (-150) to be selected by the Houston Texans, who earned the No. 1 pick after their quarterback situation deteriorated this past season.
Submitted by Mike Pickett on Sun, 01/05/2014 - 18:16
Denver dominated the AFC and Seattle did the same in the NFC, making it predictable that a Broncos-Seahawks Super Bowl is the most likely scenario.
A year ago, any Super Bowl involving the Baltimore Ravens was a long shot. This year, a Denver vs Seattle Super Bowl is the 9/4 top betting choice at Bovada for prop bettors trying to predict the exact game matchup.
Submitted by OddsShark Staff on Sun, 01/05/2014 - 11:05
The Bengals went 8-0 straight-up and against the spread at home this season. They’ll try to keep that streak alive when the San Diego Chargers visit for a first-round playoff game.
The Bengals began the week as 7.5-point favorites over the visiting Chargers, who won their last four games to earn a Wild Card berth. San Diego went 6-3-1 against the spread as an underdog this season
San Francisco is the lone road favorite on the Wild Card betting menu, in spite of 49ers vs Packers prop betting odds that seem to suggest Green Bay may generate more offense. Aaron Rodgers has a much higher over-under for passing yards than Colin Kaepernick, while running back Frank Gore has a slightly higher yardage prop (77.5 to 75.5) than Eddie Lacy for the contest.
Submitted by Mike Pickett on Sun, 01/05/2014 - 11:02
The NFL's Wild Card round begins Saturday, and in this round the favorites have covered seven of the last eight games, while NFC home teams have covered seven of the last 10 Wild Card games spanning the past five seasons.
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