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NFL Gambling News: Payton back to calling plays for Saints

07.26.2013     07:28 AM     Printer Friendly
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No real surprise but New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton will be back to calling plays this season. It’s a role he hasn’t been in since Week 6 of the 2011 campaign. 


"It's something I enjoy doing," Payton said. "It's just a matter of getting back up to speed and getting familiar with all the elements of it."

"It's probably a little fresher excitement than it would be ordinarily because of what happened a year ago," Loomis added. "We are all a little bit more focused than we would have been otherwise."






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NFL Handicapping: Eagles' OC adjusts to Kelly's offense

07.25.2013     11:18 AM     Printer Friendly
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Article on Philadelphia Eagles offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur and adjusting to first-year head coach Chip Kelly's system. Kelly of course will call plays this season.


“It's one of the principles that makes (the offense) successful,” Shurmur said. “I think as time has gone on, you’ve seen that increase paced, high-tempo-type offense work its way into the NFL. It's a lot of what we do and I think it's very important.

“There are a lot of smart defensive coaches in this league and I'm sure they're having meetings on how to deal with it. But that is one of the benefits, depending on what the situation is or how it gets created. If you're playing with pace and you don't substitute then the defense will have a hard time, we hope, getting new people on the field. …You try not to react to the defense. We try to be the first to the ball. I think that's one principle of playing with pace, is being able to (dictate matchup through pace).”






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NFL Gambling News: Griffin cleared to practice, doubtful for entire preseason

07.24.2013     07:34 AM     Printer Friendly
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Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin has been officially cleared for practice but it is unlikely he'll play during the preseason. The Redskins are +2.5/+3 for their Week 1 preseason game at Tennessee. They remain -4.5 for their regular season opener against Philadelphia.



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NFL Betting News: Cleveland Browns change philosophy under new DC

07.24.2013     07:29 AM     Printer Friendly
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Good article on Cleveland Browns first-year defensive coordinator Ray Horton. Horton spent the last two seasons as Arizona's DC.


“I keep saying there’s a learning curve, a transition period to get accustomed to what we’re doing, how I call a game, how they best react to a game, what they do best,” Horton said. “The players like it. I like it. What I’m hoping is the opponents don’t like it.” -

“We play run first, we really do,” he said. “Our guys upfront are big, strong, I love our guys upfront. I hope our guys will embrace being a total defense, not just an attacking defense, not just a coverage defense. I want smart football players that understand the football game and it’s a run and pass league.”






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NFL Handicapping: Team-by-Team Turnover Margin 2010-12

07.23.2013     08:14 AM     Printer Friendly
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Below is a chart of NFL turnover margins over the past three seasons. During that span, New England was a combined +70… +29 ahead of no. 2 Green Bay (+41). New England, Green Bay, Atlanta, Chicago, and Baltimore posted plus margins each of the past three seasons. Miami, Indianapolis, Denver, Arizona, Minnesota, and Oakland posted negative margins each of the past three seasons. Last season's biggest "gainers" include Washington (-14 to +17), Chicago (+2 to +20), Tampa Bay (-16 to +3), Arizona (-13 to -1), and Denver (-12 to -1). Last season's biggest "losers" include San Francisco (+28 to +9), Green Bay (+24 to +7), Detroit (+11 to -16), and Kansas City (-2 to -24). 

NFL Turnover Margin 2010-12
Team
2012
2011
2010
Total
Arizona Cardinals
-1
-13
-5
-19
Atlanta Falcons
13
8
14
35
Baltimore Ravens
9
2
7
18
Buffalo Bills
-13
1
-17
-29
Carolina Panthers
1
1
-8
-6
Chicago Bears
20
2
4
26
Cincinnati Bengals
4
0
-8
-4
Cleveland Browns
3
1
-1
3
Dallas Cowboys
-13
4
0
-9
Denver Broncos
-1
-12
-9
-22
Detroit Lions
-16
11
4
-1
Green Bay Packers
7
24
10
41
Houston Texans
12
7
0
19
Indianapolis Colts
-12
-12
-4
-28
Jacksonville Jaguars
-3
5
-15
-13
Kansas City Chiefs
-24
-2
9
-17
Miami Dolphins
-10
-6
-12
-28
Minnesota Vikings
-1
-3
-11
-15
New England Patriots
25
17
28
70
New Orleans Saints
2
-3
-6
-7
New York Giants
14
7
-3
18
New York Jets
-14
-3
9
-8
Oakland Raiders
-7
-4
-2
-13
Philadelphia Eagles
-24
-14
9
-29
Pittsburgh Steelers
-10
-13
17
-6
San Diego Chargers
2
-7
-6
-11
San Francisco 49ers
9
28
-1
36
Seattle Seahawks
13
8
-9
12
St. Louis Rams
-1
-5
5
-1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
3
-16
9
-4
Tennessee Titans
-4
1
-4
-7
Washington Redskins
17
-14
-4
-1




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NFL Gambling News: Buffalo Bills go with first-time offensive coordinator

07.23.2013     07:34 AM     Printer Friendly
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Interesting article on the backstory of Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett. Hackett's dad, Paul, worked under Bill Walsh during the 80's and held head coaching gigs at Pitt and USC. Nathaniel came over with Doug Marrone from Syracuse where he served as OC. He previously spent time as an offensive quality control coach with the Buccaneers and Bills. In looking at the Bills heading into the season, we have a first-time NFL head coach, first-time NFL offensive coordinator, and if EJ Manuel earns the starting gig, a rookie quarterback.


“When he worked in Tampa, I kept hearing about this guy doing great things in quality control that would blow you away, and it was Nathaniel,” said Van Pelt, now running backs coach in Green Bay. “We were fortunate to get him in Buffalo. You could tell right away he had great organizational skills, and he was very bright with computers. He understood the connection with the younger players, that generation, and how to reach them.”



 



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NFL Handicapping: Average offensive line age

07.23.2013     07:17 AM     Printer Friendly
If you are into in-depth NFL offensive line analysis, here's the link for you.



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NFL Betting News: Colts hire former Stanford assistant to serve as OC

07.22.2013     08:19 AM     Printer Friendly
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With Bruce Arians now the head coach of the Arizona Cardinals, the Indianapolis Colts dipped into the college ranks for a new offensive coordinator. Pep Hamilton, who served as Stanford's OC/QB coach during Andrew Luck's tenure, will take over for Arians. Hamilton has experience at the NFL level having served as QB coach for the Jets, 49ers, and Bears. According to various media reports, it was a great hire for the Colts.



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NFL Handicapping: NFL Summer Review

07.20.2013     06:32 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

Yesterday we reviewed Drive Point numbers and schedule strengths for the AFC (you can read that here if you missed it). Today, as promised, we’re back to do the NFC.

It was a really strange year in the NFC…and we have to talk about that strangeness before running the numbers. Those of you who have seen our estimated Power Rating scale in all sports know that I generally make 85 championship caliber…and rank everybody with that in mind. Last year, through most of the season, the NFC consisted of:

*About 6 teams who were 82-ish, and not consistent enough to make a run at 85

*About 9 teams who were 78-79-ish much of the time

*Arizona, who was well off the pace

San Francisco peaked at the right time…and rode that all the way to the Super Bowl. Seattle peaked late, and could make a legitimate case for being within arm’s length of 85 at the very Read more


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NFL Handicapping: AFC Summer Review

07.20.2013     06:28 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stats Intelligence

Our main stat of focus last year in the NFL is something we call “Drive Points.” Those are points scored and allowed on drives of 60 yards or more. It’s a stat I’ve been keeping by hand ever since USA Today first started running boxscores that itemized scoring drives many years ago. They do a lot of heavy lifting when it comes to defining “true” offense and defense because:

*You don’t get credit for non-offensive points

*You don’t get credit for cheap field position points off of turnovers

*You have to drive the field REPEATEDLY to grade out well

Good offenses move the ball and turn their drives into points. Good defenses prevent opponents from doing that.

I don’t want to suggest this is “everything.” The risk/reward ratio as expressed in turnover differential is also very important. The Detroit Lions put up a lot of Drive Points last year, but turned the ball over a million times in the process. Read more


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