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NFL Handicapping: Bengals to be more run-heavy under OC Jackson

07.09.2014     03:00 PM     Printer Friendly
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With Hue Jackson moving from running backs coach to offensive coordinator, the Cincinnati Bengals are projected to increase their percentage of running plays this season. Last year's squad finished 18th in rushing yards per game (109.7) and eighth in attempts (481).


But one thing became painfully clear last season, and that's Andy Dalton isn't capable of being efficient throwing 40+ times per game. It's no coincidence Cincinnati is 2-12 (including playoffs) in games Dalton throws 41 or more passes, but 18-4 in games Dalton throws 31 times or less.





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Sportsmemo Handicapper Erin Rynning on LVH's NFL panel

07.03.2014     09:33 AM     Printer Friendly
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NFL Handicapping: Ravens determined to improve offense

06.30.2014     08:16 AM     Printer Friendly
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The Baltimore Ravens are hoping for an offensive turnaround this season after finishing 29th in total yardage in 2013. This offseason, they inked deals with wide receiver Steve Smith and tight end Owen Daniels. Former Houston head coach Gary Kubiak takes over at offensive coordinator.

Total Offense
2013 - 307.4 ypg (29th)
2012 - 352.5 ypg (16th)
2011 - 338.7 ypg (15th)


"It was tough for the offense, much more than we anticipated," Newsome told the Ravens' team site. "The lack of weapons really hurt at times."

"We'll be better on offense. I really like (offensive coordinator) Gary's (Kubiak) schemes," he added. "It's very precise. It's physical. I think we'll run the ball better, we'll keep the ball more and we'll have big plays. You can tell the players, especially guys like Joe (Flacco), like it -- and they can see that we have a good chance to be a lot better."






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Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wise Guy Report: AFC Season Over/Under Win "morphers"

06.23.2014     08:47 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
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Two weeks ago, I wrote about the seven NFC teams that are projected to improve or decline by two wins or more in 2014 based on the current market numbers for their season win totals.  I intended to write Part II of the article last week, talking about the four AFC teams that are also projected to improve or decline by two wins or more in 2014, but I got derailed by the College Football Game of the Year openers at the Golden Nugget; a “must report” event.  So, let’s just call it better late than never!

The markets are telling us to expect more of the same from 12 of the 16 AFC teams.  What makes these four squads different? My goal here is to focus on why these particular teams are expected to improve or decline significantly compared to last year.  I’ll do that by looking at how the broader market conditions affect the numbers.  What do the markets fixate upon?  What do they largely ignore?  Read on to find out. 

Kansas City Chiefs: 11-5 in 2013, O/U 8 wins in 2014
Last year in this space, I called the Chiefs coming off a truly dismal 2-14 campaign “the poster child for Read more


Tags: NFL AFC Kansas City Chiefs Cleveland Browns Cincinnati Bengals Houston Texas Teddy Covers Las Vegas




NFL Handicapping: Giants transition to West Coast offense under McAdoo

06.19.2014     01:29 PM     Printer Friendly
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The New York Giants are one of many teams breaking in a new offensive coordinator this season. Ben McAdoo takes over for longtime OC Kevin Gilbride who retired. The G-Men finished 28th in total offense at 307.5 ypg. McAdoo last served as Green Bay's quarterback coach.


"We're showing progress there, slowly but steady," Giants coach Tom Coughlin said. "The guys were never in a system like this. But they're doing a good job on a daily basis.

"Everyone is still learning," fourth-year receiver Jerrel Jernigan said. "Coach Ben is still giving everyone everything. I like the offense. It fits my game. We're going to spread the ball and give us a chance to get the ball in space. Then it lets you do the rest in your space."






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Sports Betting Podcast 6-18-2014 with Handicappers Rob Veno, Teddy Covers, and Erin Rynning

06.18.2014     10:24 AM     Printer Friendly
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Wednesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicappers Rob Veno, Teddy Covers and Erin Rynning. Rob and host Andrew Lange talked Golden Nugget College Football Games of the Year. Teddy continued his NFL Season O/U Wins discussion. Erin broke down tonight's MLB contests.

Today's segments
Full Show

Rob Veno - College Football Golden Nugget GOYs

Teddy Covers - NFL Season O/U Wins

Erin Rynning - MLB Night Games

To listen to past shows, be sure to visit our Sportsmemo Podcast Homepage.

ITunes users can subscribe to the show by searching "Sportsmemo" in the podcast Read more


Tags: College Football MLB NFL Rob Veno Teddy Covers Erin Rynning




New Jersey lawmaker says you'll be able to bet on NFL Week 1 games

06.18.2014     07:59 AM     Printer Friendly
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We'd love to believe it, but the smart money would be on the "no."


He expects the first bet to happen at Monmouth Park racetrack on Sept. 8: “I would place a bet on the Giants to cover the spread over the Lions.” It “would be the first sports bet legally placed in the state of New Jersey, at least under the laws of the state of New Jersey.”





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NFL Handicapping: Texans named Fitzpatrick starting quarterback

06.17.2014     01:52 PM     Printer Friendly
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Houston Texans first-year head coach Bill O'Brien announced that Ryan Fitzpatrick will be the team's starting quarterback. Houston's backups include Tom Savage, TJ Yates, and Case Keenum. Fitzpatrick played last season for Tennessee after a four-year stint in Buffalo. He's 27-49-1 as an NFL starter. Off a 2-14 campaign, the Texans are currently lined at 7.5ov-149 season over/under wins according to Pinnacle.



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NFL Handicapping: Betting markets have been quiet this summer

06.17.2014     07:48 AM     Printer Friendly
For all the hype surrounding the availability of early football lines, there sure hasn't been much activity in the betting markets. Below is a screenshot of CRIS and Pinnacle’s opening and current lines for Week 1 of the regular season. As you can see, there hasn’t been on significant move on a side or total. That’s not to say these all of these lines will be available by mid-August. Preseason can have a big impact on a team’s stock in the markets.

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NFL Handicapping: First-year head coaches, offensive and defensive coordinators

06.10.2014     12:00 PM     Printer Friendly
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We've been discussing NFL Season Over/Under Wins on the Sportsmemo Podcast and mentioned a few offseason coaching changes. For your reference below is a list of first-year head coaches, offensive coordinators and defensive coordinators and their last gig. Cleveland, Detroit, Houston, Minnesota, Tampa Bay, and Tennessee have first-year coaches at all three positions.

First-year Head Coaches (Last job)
Cleveland - Mike Pettine (Buffalo DC)
Detroit - Jim Caldwell (Baltimore OC)
Houston - Bill O'Brien (Penn State HC)
Minnesota - Mike Zimmer (Cincinnati DC)
Tampa Bay - Lovie Smith (Chicago HC)
Tennessee - Ken Whisenhunt (San Diego OC)
Washington - Jay Gruden (Cincinnati OC)

First-year Offensive Coordinators (Last job)
Baltimore - Gary Kubiak (Houston HC)
Cincinnati - Hue Jackson (Cincinnati RB)
Cleveland - Kyle Shanahan (Washington OC)
Detroit - Joe Lombardi (New Orleans QB)
Miami - Bill Lazor (Philadelphia QB)
Minnesota - Norv Turner (Cleveland OC)
NY Giants - Ben McAdoo (Green Bay QB)
San Diego - Frank Read more


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