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Week 5 NFL Lines, Odds, Vegas Point Spreads

Week 5 NFL Lines, Odds, Vegas Point Spreads

Week 5 of the NFL Betting may be the last week we have an undefeated team in the league. The KC Chiefs at 3-0 will visit the Colts Sunday afternoon as 8 point underdogs.


Other week 5 NFL games that may peak your betting interest:

- SNF: Eagle vs. 49ers
- MNF: Vikings vs. Jets
- Packers vs. Redskins

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Week 4 NFL Lines, Odds, Vegas Point Spreads

Week 4 NFL Lines, Odds, Vegas Point Spreads

Week 4 of the NFL Betting season provides us with an NFC East matchup that people have been waiting for since the 2010 NFL schedule was announced. Donovan McNabb and the Washington Redskins will visit the Philadelphia Eagles this Sunday at 4:15pm (est) as 6.5 point underdogs.

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Week 3 Vegas NFL Lines, Spreads, Odds

Week 3 Vegas NFL Lines, Spreads, Odds

Week 2 of the NFL betting season provided quite a few upsets. Now we need to take a look at the Vegas and offshore sportsbook Week 3 NFL odds, lines and point spreads that have already been published for our betting pleasure.


Some big betting opportunities for Week 3 in the NFL include the following games:

1. Lions vs. Vikings: The desperate 0-2 Vikings need a win a big way.
2. Cowboys vs. Texans
3. Dolphins vs. Jets SNF
4. Packers vs. Bears MNF






Week 2 NFL Odds, Lines, Vegas Point Spreads

Week 2 NFL Odds, Lines, Vegas Point Spreads

The ink is barely dry on NFL betting for week 1, but we need to take a look at the Vegas and offshore Week 2 NFL odds, lines and point spreads that have already emerged for our betting pleasure.

Some big betting opportunities for Week 2 in the NFL include the following games:

1. Saints vs. 49ers on MNF
2. Giants vs. Colts on SNF
3. Steelers vs. Titans
4. Dolphins vs. Vikings


Vegas NFL Lines to win AFC East Division 2010

Vegas NFL Lines to win AFC East Division 2010

1. New England Patriots
Super Bowl XLV Odds: +1000
Season Win Total: 9.5 (over -130)
Odds to Win Division: +120
Odds to Win Conference: +450
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Analysis: Disrespect? That’s what it sounds like in New England right now. The Pats are still a team with an incredibly talented offense with QB Tom Brady at the helm. The defense should just need to be able to hold serve to get New England back to the playoffs. It seems awfully weird that it isn’t odds on favorites to win the AFC East.

Final Prediction: 1st place in AFC East


2. New York Jets

Super Bowl XLV Odds: +1000
Season Win Total: 9.5 (over -120)
Odds to Win Division: +140
Odds to Win Conference: +500
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Analysis: HC Rex Ryan certainly proved last year that he was certifiably insane and was capable of calling just about any blitz at any time against any opponent. He adds to his crop of talented players this year with DBs Antonio Cromartie and Kyle Wilson, and the offense spices itself up with RB LaDainian Tomlinson. LT can’t carry New York to a divisional title though, and it will probably just narrowly sneak into the playoffs like last year.

Final Prediction: 2nd place in AFC East


3. Miami Dolphins

Super Bowl XLV Odds: +3000
Season Win Total: 8.5 (over +100)
Odds to Win Division: +300
Odds to Win Conference: +1500
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Analysis: QB Chad Henne has his chance to shine this season with a healthy complement of running backs at his disposal. He also now has WR Brandon Marshall to deploy the pigskin to, giving him a huge target that he was so desperately in need of last year. The Fins just don’t have enough experience on defense anymore to compete in the AFC East, though a .500 finish isn’t out of the question.

Final Prediction: 3rd place in AFC East


4. Buffalo Bills

Super Bowl XLV Odds: +20000
Season Win Total: 5.5 (over +120)
Odds to Win Division: +1500
Odds to Win Conference: +10000
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Analysis: Simply put, the Bills are the worst coached team and have the worst roster in the NFL. Who knows what anyone was thinking when they brought in HC Chan Gailey to coach this squad, as he has failed in every job he has ever had. Four wins would be a triumph. Fourth place in the division won’t be avoided.

Final Prediction: 4th place in AFC East



Vegas NFL Lines to win NFC West 2010

Vegas NFL Lines to win NFC West 2010

1. San Francisco 49ers

Super Bowl XLV Odds: +2000
Season Win Total: 8.5 (over -165)
Odds to Win Division: -145
Odds to Win Conference: +1000
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Analysis: If the 49ers can’t win the NFC West this year, it might not ever happen again. With a revamped offensive line and a defense which should be the best in the division, the 49ers just don’t have an excuse not to make it to the playoffs for the first time in seemingly eons.

Final Prediction: 1st place in NFC West


2. St. Louis Rams

Super Bowl XLV Odds: +20000
Season Win Total: 5.5 (over +160)
Odds to Win Division: +2500
Odds to Win Conference: +10000
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Analysis: It’s not that we think the Rams are that good, it’s just that we know the rest of the NFC West is that bad. QB Sam Bradford should at least bring a little bit of excitement to the Gateway to the West, and though his weapons on offense are few and far between, RB Stephen Jackson could will the Rams to six wins this year. That might be enough to finish in second in this pitiful four pack of teams.

Final Prediction: 2nd place in NFC West


3. Arizona Cardinals

Super Bowl XLV Odds: +7500
Season Win Total: 7.5 (over -125)
Odds to Win Division: +225
Odds to Win Conference: +3000
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Analysis: This is going to be the last chance for QB Matt Leinart to prove himself. He probably isn’t ready to sit at the same type of level as QB Kurt Warner did, and with changes all over the field, it could be a long year in the desert. If the Cards finish any better than third in the NFC West, HC Ken Whisenhunt deserves a bigger raise than the one he got following the run to the Super Bowl.

Final Prediction: 3rd place in NFC West


4. Seattle Seahawks

Super Bowl XLV Odds: +7500
Season Win Total: 7.5 (over +115)
Odds to Win Division: +350
Odds to Win Conference: +3000
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Analysis: The Seahawks might have a new head coach in the form of Pete Carroll, but that doesn’t mean a winning mentality is going to yield good results on the field. They just have too many holes both on defense with a pass rush that could be the worst in the NFL and in the rushing game, where RB Leon Washington is coming off of a broken leg from last year.

Final Prediction: 4th place in NFC West



Vegas NFL Odds to win NFC South Division 2010

Vegas NFL Odds to win NFC South Division 2010

1. New Orleans Saints

Super Bowl XLV Odds: +900
Season Win Total: 10.5 (over +105)
Odds to Win Division: -160
Odds to Win Conference: +400
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Analysis: New Orleans won its first ever Super Bowl last season, and a second could be in the cards this year. The Saints are going to march towards another NFC South title with ease, and a potent offense and turnover happy defense should be the crucial pieces to the puzzle for HC Sean Peyton. Don’t be shocked to see a return trip to the Super Bowl.

Final Prediction: 1st place in NFC South


2. Atlanta Falcons

Super Bowl XLV Odds: +2000
Season Win Total: 8.5 (over -210)
Odds to Win Division: +175
Odds to Win Conference: +1000
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Analysis: The Falcons had a lot going against them last year, but they proved they belonged amongst the NFC’s elite teams. They’ll have a great offense again this year as long as RB Michael Turner returns to his ’08 form. The defense was bolstered with the addition of DB Dunta Robinson via free agency. Though the ‘D’ still isn’t fantastic, it should be enough to bring the red and black back to the second season.

Final Prediction: 2nd place in NFC South


3. Carolina Panthers

Super Bowl XLV Odds: +5000
Season Win Total: 7.5 (over +125)
Odds to Win Division: +800
Odds to Win Conference: +2500
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Analysis: Whether it’s Matt Moore or Jimmy Clausen taking snaps for the Panthers, they’re still in a lot of trouble this year. RBs DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart can’t carry the whole team, and the defense has now sustained its second huge loss in a row. Neither DT Kris Jenkins, who left two years ago, nor DE Julius Peppers, who departed in this offseason are back in the fold.

Final Prediction: 3rd place in NFC South


4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Super Bowl XLV Odds: +20000
Season Win Total: 7.5 (over +100)
Odds to Win Division: +1500
Odds to Win Conference: +10000
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Analysis: The Bucs are going to be a cute story this year if they can win 6-7 games, but they aren’t seriously competing for anything more than perhaps third place in this division if Carolina totally falls apart. This is an incredibly young defense which will have two rookie defensive tackles and could start as many as eight players under the age of 26. Better times will be ahead in Tampa Bay, but this year won’t be that time.

Final Prediction: 4th place in NFC South


BetUs.com downgrades Packers and improves Vikings NFC North odds

BetUs.com downgrades Packers and improves Vikings NFC North odds

Before Brett Favre decided to return to the Vikings for the 2010 NFL season, the odds to win the 2010 NFC North division looked like this:


1. Packers +120
2. Vikings +160
3. Bears +275
4. Lions +2000

(odds from BetUs.com)

Here are the updated odds to win the NFC North after Favre decided to return:

1. Vikings +105
2. Packers +105
3. Bears +400
4. Lions +2500

(odds from BetUs.com)





Dez Bryant favored to win 2010 NFL Rookie of the Year Award

Dez Bryant favored to win 2010 NFL Rookie of the Year Award

Think you have a good idea which NFL rookie will have the most impact on the offensive side of the ball in the 2010 NFL season?


Sportsbook.com is offering NFL betting lines for which 2010 NFL draft pick will win the 2010 NFL offensive Rookie of the Year award.

Arrelious Benn
+1500

Ben Tate
+600

Brandon Lafell
+2200

CJ Spiller
+800

Dexter McCluster
+1000

Dez Bryant
+450

Emmanuel Sanders
+1500

Golden Tate
+1200

Jahvid Best
+650

Jermaine Gresham
+1500

Jimmy Clausen
+1000

Jordan Shipley
+2000

Montario Hardesty
+1500

Rob Gronkowski
+1500

Ryan Mathews
+450

Sam Bradford
+800

Tim Tebow
+2000

Toby Gerhart
+1500

zx Field (Any Other Player)
+750

Will Vince Young be Suspended for Game 1 of the NFL Regular Season?

Will Vince Young be Suspended for Game 1 of the NFL Regular Season?

After the NFL came down hard on Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger for some questionable off the field behavior, the league is now having to deal with another incident involving a high-profile quarterback. Last month, Tennessee Titans signal-caller Vince Young was given a Class C assault citation after being involved in a 3 a.m. fight at a Dallas strip club. While not as serious as Roethlisberger’s issues, there is still a chance that Young could be punished by the NFL for the skirmish.

Although Young has had his share of ups and downs on and off the field in his four-year pro career, based on early speculation, a fine is more likely than a one-game suspension.


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Titans are still Waiting for Young to Flourish:

Few players have been able to finish off a college football career the way Young did with the Texas Longhorns in 2005. His 9-yard TD scramble with just 19 seconds to play gave Texas a 41-38 victory over USC in the BCS title game. It was a perfect end to a perfect season for the Longhorns. His ability as a dual threat quarterback was certainly intriguing to pro scouts heading into the 2006 NFL Draft. The Houston native was hoping that the Houston Texans would take him with the first overall choice in the draft. After Houston passed on Young, the Titans grabbed him with the third overall pick.

In his rookie campaign, Young showed plenty of promise. Young went 8-3 as a starter to nearly get Tennessee into the postseason. He showed his versatility by rushing for more than 500 yards with seven TD runs. In his second year, Young experienced a bit of a sophomore slump. While Tennessee did reach the playoffs, Young fired 17 interceptions with just 9 touchdown throws. In 2008, things became much worse for Young. In the season opener at home against Jacksonville, Young and the club’s offense struggled to move the football. After an interception, he was booed by his home fans. There were conflicting reports that Young didn’t want to go back into the game after the boos. Later in the game, he left the contest due to a knee injury. On the following day, Young left his home without his cell phone. His concerned mother contacted Titans head coach Jeff Fisher about her son’s situation. After contacting police, Young was found about four hours later. There was speculation that a distraught Young was thinking about suicide in wake of the boos and injury from the previous day.


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While the injury wasn’t too serious, Young would be benched in favor of Kerry Collins for the rest of the year. Young became an afterthought as Collins guided the Titans to a league-best 13-3 record. Entering 2009, Young was once again the backup to Collins. There was a good deal of speculation that Fisher didn’t believe in Young’s ability to become a suitable NFL quarterback. Despite an 0-6 start, Fisher was reluctant to give Young his starting job back. Owner Bud Adams actually forced Fisher’s hand to put Young back on the field. While he went 8-2 as a starter the rest of the way, the Titans are still waiting for Young to deliver over an entire season.