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Week 1 NFL Betting Primer

Week 1 of the NFL season can be a bit tricky to handicap. Some teams come out on fire, while some aren’t quite themselves yet and don’t hit their stride until a few games in. The 49ers, for example, are a surprising 7-3 SU and 7-2-1 ATS in their last 10 Week 1 games, which includes five straight SU and ATS wins. The perennial Super Bowl-contending Steelers, meanwhile, have just one SU win in their last five season openers and have failed to cover the spread in each of those games.

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NFL Week 1 Expert Picks

Joe Flacco Ravens

Vegas veteran Ben Eckstein, author of America's Line, brings three decades of experience to make weekly NFL picks in his 'Ecks & Bacon' column.

Here's his selection for Week 1:

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NFL Week 1 OddsShark Computer Picks

A great Sunday night game to start the season sees the Brady-less Patriots go up against Carson Palmer and the Arizona Cardinals. The OddsShark Super Computer has the Cardinals winning 27-15, a score that would easily cover the spread for Arizona.

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Will an NFL Team Go Winless or Undefeated in 2016?

In the NFL, there’s the good, the bad and the ugly. Due to its 16-game season, a bad start can completely wipe out any hopes of making the playoffs. The discrepancy between star-studded teams and cellar-dwellers is often exaggerated more than in any other league, and a club can come out of nowhere to either surprise or disappoint when you least expect it.

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Washington Struggles to Beat Elite Teams

A key Week 1 battle has the visiting Pittsburgh Steelers travelling to Washington on Monday to face the Redskins.

Supporters of the Pittsburgh Steelers saw them go 11-7 and 8-5-5 ATS last season, while the Washington Redskins were 9-8 and 9-8 ATS. In totals betting, the Redskins were 10-7, while the Steelers were 6-12.

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Cardinals Have Improved Every Year Under Arians

Arizona set a franchise record last year with 13 wins and came just one game shy of making it to the final game of the year after getting slapped around by the Panthers in the NFC championship. The Cardinals should be right back in contention this year as they return most of their defense that was one of the most aggressive in the league last year. On offense they have a budding star at running back in David Johnson and have a quarterback in Carson Palmer who had the third-highest QB rating of qualified players in 2015.

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First Four Games Will Set the Tone for Patriots’ Season

One of the most polarizing teams in the history of sports will once again be under the microscope in 2016 as the ridiculous Deflategate saga will officially come to an end with Tom Brady being suspended for the first four games of this season. Oddsmakers don’t seem fazed by the fact that the Patriots’ most important player will miss a quarter of the season, though, as they have the second-best odds to win the Super Bowl.

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2016 NFL Season Win Totals

Cam Newton Carolina Panthers

Football season has arrived, which means the time is now to get your bets in on how you think your favorite team will perform on the gridiron.

That’s where Bovada comes in. The sportsbook is offering a full list of season win totals for each NFL club, and if you’re confident in which teams will overperform or underperform, there’s certainly money to be made.

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Which NFL Teams Will Have the Best and Worst Records in 2016?

Looking for alternative betting options for the 2016 NFL season? One sportsbook has you covered.

In a different kind of futures wager, online sportsbook BetOnline is offering odds on which teams will have the best and worst records at the end of the campaign.

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Healthy Steelers Set to Take Off in 2016

Year in and year out, the Pittsburgh Steelers always seem to be in the thick of things as NFL contenders. Expect more of the same in Pennsylvania in 2016.

When it comes to gauging the Steelers’ success, Bovada lists them as the third-most likely team to win the Super Bowl, tied with the NFC champion Carolina Panthers. The Steelers’ offense boasts arguably the best running back and wide receiver in the game in Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Brown, and Ben Roethlisberger is as steady as they come under center.

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