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NFL Betting Trends: New England Patriots have been money burners in the postseason

01.07.2013     10:38 AM     Printer Friendly
Houston at New England -9 O/U 48

If you've been betting on the New England Patriots over the last few regular seasons, you've made a decent chunk of change. But that success hasn't carried over to the postseason. Dating back the 2007-08 campaign, Belichick and Brady are a combined 4-4 SU and a dismal 1-7 ATS.

New England Patriots Postseason Betting History 2007-present
Year
Opponent
Score
Patriots SU
Patriots ATS
2011
NY Giants +3
NYG 21, NE 17
Loss
Loss
2011
Baltimore +7
NE 23, BAL 20
Win
Loss
2011
Denver +14
NE 45, DEN 10
Win
Win
2010
NY Jets +9.5
NYJ 28, NE 21
Loss
Loss
2009
Baltimore +3.5
BAL 33, NE 14
Loss
Loss
2007
NY Giants +12.5
NYG 17, NE 14
Loss
Loss
2007
San Diego +14
NE 21, SD 12
Win
Loss
2007
Jacksonville +13.5
NE 31, JAX 20
Win
Loss





Tags: NFL New England Patriots Houston Texans




Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wiseguy Report: Analyzing the AFC's Final Four

01.07.2013     08:02 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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With three more NFL playoff weekends still ahead of us, there are eight teams still standing; the top quartile of the league. This week, I’m going to write about all eight of those teams; assessing their respective chances for a trip to the Super Bowl. But first, it’s time for a brief history lesson for the Divisional Round of the playoffs.

If you’re looking for active trends for next weekend’s round of the playoffs, you’re not going to find much when it comes to sides. Over the past ten years, the rested team has only gone 17-23 ATS in this round, but we’ve seen some dramatic swings. From 2006-2008, the teams coming off a bye went only 2-10 ATS in this round. In 2009, the teams coming off their bye went 3-1 ATS. In each of the last two years, it’s been a 2-2 ATS split. In other words, there’s not much of a trend.

It’s a similar story with totals. Over the last ten years, there’s no prevailing trend to report, with 21 Unders compared to 19 Overs. But over the last two years, it’s 7-1 to the Over. In the two years before that, it was 6-2 to the Under. In the two years prior to that, Overs and Unders Read more



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Vegas sportsbooks happy to see San Francisco's win over New England

12.17.2012     01:21 PM     Printer Friendly
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San Francisco's win over New England and Detroit's egg at Arizona helped Las Vegas sportsbooks turn a profit for Week 15.


"The Lions losing was huge for us," said Osborne. "You basically had two teams playing for nothing, both on long losing streaks, but the public all sided with the Lions and their offense. The Cowboys’ overtime win against the Steelers was also good for us. It was the last posted event for us and all the major liability from the day made the Steelers a pretty big loss for us."

"Everything we won on the day would have been given back had the Patriots covered the spread," said South Point sports book director Bert Osborne.






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NFL Gambling Preview: Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans

12.13.2012     01:57 PM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Indianapolis at Houston
Teddy Covers' Recommendation:
Indianapolis
CRIS Opener: Houston -8 O/U 49
CRIS Current: Houston -9 O/U 48
Teddy's Power Rating: Houston -8

The Texans are a paper tiger, a fraud.  They spent much of the season beating up on the weak, and even those wins haven't come easily of late.  Jacksonville (2-11) scored 37 against the Texans stop unit, making Chad Henne look like a pro bowler with 354 yards and four touchdowns off the bench.  They managed to beat Detroit (4-9) in OT only because Lions head coach Jim Schwartz threw an illegal challenge flag that resulted in an 81-yard touchdown that should never have been.  Against the Titans’ miserable defense, the Texans managed only five first downs in the entire second half.  And we all saw what happened on MNF when Houston traveled to New England – a complete, confidence sapping Read more



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NFL Betting Alert: Markets come in on New England and the OVER for MNF

12.10.2012     08:28 AM     Printer Friendly
Houston at New England -5.5 O/U 52

Seen a significant push towards New England and the OVER for tonight’s Monday Night contest against the Houston Texans. The Patriots were -4 and got bounced up to -5.5. The total was sitting 51 and is now up to 52 at most offshore books. Line history courtesy of CRIS.

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NFL Handicapping: Injury concerns for New England Patriots and Houston Texans

12.05.2012     02:06 PM     Printer Friendly
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Houston at New England -3 O/U 51.5

Two good breakdowns on all of the offensive injuries for New England and defensive injuries for Houston heading into Monday night's showdown in Foxboro. Most of the money this week has come in on the underdog. The Patriots opened -4.5 but you can currently find as cheap as -3 (-120) offshore.




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Teddy Covers' Wiseguy Report: Looking at the contenders in the AFC

12.03.2012     09:49 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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I spent the last few Sunday’s concentrating on some pretty bad football teams. It’s December now; time to shift my focus towards the other end of the spectrum. This week, I focused on four AFC Playoff contenders. Which teams have the potential to do some damage when January rolls around and which are frauds? Read on to find out!

Indianapolis - Indy is certainly not a Super Bowl contender. But given that they were seven point underdogs at 4-7 Detroit, the betting markets aren’t even calling the Colts a playoff caliber team. Even with starting cornerback Vontae Davis back in the lineup following a four game injury absence, the pass defense spent all afternoon getting torched. Where's the pass rush? Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis were non-factors here.

The offensive line got dominated by Detroit’s front four for most of the afternoon. Andrew Luck was beaten up, taking one big hit after the next. Coming into the game with four fumbles and 10 INTs in five previous road games, Luck's emphasis was on ball security here. That emphasis didn’t work. He hit seven different receivers in the first half, but also threw a pair Read more



Tags: NFL Indianapolis Colts New England Patriots Baltimore Ravens Houston Texans Teddy Covers




NFL Betting: New England Patriots and Houston Texans top consensus plays for Week 13

12.02.2012     07:47 AM     Printer Friendly
Quick run through of the top consensus plays for NFL Week 13 according to Bookmaker. Note that the percentages represent the number of bets made on a side/total/moneyline.

Top Sides
New England -7 88.2%
Houston -7 86.9%
Carolina -3 83.0%
Cincinnati -1 80.8%
San Francisco -7 80.6%

Top Totals
Indianapolis-Detroit OVER 51 82.2%
Philadelphia-Dallas OVER 44 80.4%
Minnesota-Green Bay OVER 47 77.2%
New England-Miami OVER 51 75.0%
San Francisco-St. Louis OVER 40.5 74.6%

Top Moneylines
Oakland +115 100.0%
Indianapolis +275 77.9%
Green Bay -375 75.7%
New England  -365 69.4%
Kansas City +190 67.7%




Tags: NFL New England Patriots Houston Texans




NFL Betting News and Notes Week 10

11.14.2012     12:12 PM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC

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The New England Patriots may need to be put on “automatic fade” watch laying double-digits at this point. They once again came up short as big chalk against Buffalo in a 37-31 win laying -13.5 points. That makes New England 0-3 ATS in that role this season including an outright loss to Arizona. The Patriots just aren’t playing anything close to the level of championship caliber defense right now to be trusted laying double-digits. The Pats run defense allowed over 100 yards to the Bills and the secondary was picked apart by Ryan Fitzpatrick who threw for 337 passing yards. Defensive stats like that won’t cash many tickets in that kind of price range.

The Philadelphia Eagles downward spiral continued on Sunday. They are a dead team walking right now. The body language is awful. Head coach Andy Reid is firmly on the hot seat. The offensive line can't protect anyone from teeing off on ailing quarterback Michael Vick. The run game has been non-existent. The defense has been a sieve in recent weeks giving up big plays against both the pass and the run. They’ve been guilty of taking numerous defensive holding, illegal contact and PI penalties Read more



Tags: NFL New England Patriots Philadelphia Eagles Denver Broncos Ian Cameron




Teddy Covers' Wiseguy Report: AFC Contenders and Pretenders

11.12.2012     11:47 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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November is the time in the NFL where we separate contenders from pretenders. Last week, I focused on the NFC; this week, I’ll turn to the AFC. Unfortunately, the Colts and Steelers didn’t play on Sunday, and the Texans’ Sunday Night game was played in weather conditions that affected the game (and the game plan) significantly. Who among the rest can challenge for AFC supremacy? Read on to find out.

Denver Broncos - Another slow start for a West Coast team traveling East; certainly not unusual. Slow starts have been a consistent problem for Denver all year. We saw them fall behind by three scores when they faced Atlanta, Houston and San Diego – three of the tougher foes they've faced. But slow starts are about the only fault I can find with this team right now.

We already know how good Denver’s offense can be, and they score touchdowns : 22 TDs in 32 red zone possessions. The Broncos have an elite quarterback, a strong running game and playmaking WR's - they can trade points with anybody. This team's postseason future rests on the strength (or weakness) of their stop unit; a unit that has stepped up at times and Read more



Tags: NFL New England Patriots San Diego Chargers Baltimore Ravens Denver Broncos Miami Dolphins Teddy Covers



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