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NFL Betting News and Notes - Week 7

10.23.2013     08:28 AM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC

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I decided to switch things up with my weekly NFL News and Notes article this week by focusing on the obscene amount of key injuries. Sunday had to be close to a record number of injuries for one day’s worth of football and many of them are significant so I’m going to mention several of them and the impact they could have…

Chicago Bears
The Bears are dealing with a pair of key injuries suffered last week. Quarterback Jay Cutler went down with a torn groin muscle which will put him out of action for 4-6 weeks and linebacker Lance Briggs will miss approximately the same amount of time with a small fracture in his left shoulder. Most people will automatically look at Cutler’s absence being more significant but the loss of Briggs is undoubtedly an impact injury. Chicago’s defense has been sliced and diced whenever they aren’t forcing turnovers. Teams have been moving the football up and down against the Bears and putting up points with regularity. Briggs was one of the few players that had a positive impact throughout the season. He had eight tackles, one tackle for loss, and two passes defended against Washington Read more



Tags: NFL. Chicago Bears St. Louis Rams Cincinnati Bengals Houston Texans Indianapolis Colts Ian Cameron




College Football Betting Preview: West Virginia Mountaineers at Kansas State Wildcats

10.22.2013     12:23 PM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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West Virginia at Kansas State
Saturday, 12:45 pm PT - FS1
CRIS Opener:
Kansas State -7.5 O/U 52.5
CRIS Current: Kansas State -10.5 O/U 53
Rob Veno's Power Rating: Kansas State -11
Andrew Lange's Recommendation: Kansas State

Rested and ready, I expect a great effort from the Kansas State Wildcats this week and they play host to West Virginia. The Wildcats have four losses on the season but all were competitive – the types of games last year's veteran group was able to win. Considering the roster turnover, it shouldn't come as a shock to see K-State struggle in the W-L department. A noteworthy stat when comparing last year's group to this year's is turnover margin. The Wildcats had only 12 turnovers in 2012 and a +20 margin. This year they've had 22 turnovers and are near the bottom nationally at -11. Six games into the season, I expect that number to start to move in K-State's Read more



Tags: College Football West Virginia Mountaineers Kansas State Wildcats Big XII Andrew Lange




NFL Handicapping: Ravens tried to open up offense vs. Steelers

10.22.2013     07:46 AM     Printer Friendly
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Desperate to get their run game going, the Baltimore Ravens tried to spread things out during last week's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Joe Flacco worked out of the shotgun and ran the no-huddle for a majority of the game. The change didn't do much as the Ravens finished with 287 totals yards and 82 yards on the ground (3.2 ypc). They were fairly efficient in between the 20-yard lines but settled for four field goals. Baltimore is on a bye and plays host to Cincinnati the following Sunday.


“We wanted to do a little of that and see if we could keep them on the field and run them around a little bit,” Flacco said.

“We wanted to see if we could run the ball still with some good looks rather than just sticking it up in there,” Flacco said. “We wanted to see if we could get ourselves some advantageous looks to run against. I thought we moved the ball pretty well.”







Tags: NFL Balimore Ravens Pittsburgh Steelers Cincinnati Bengals




College Football Betting: Oregon's ATS streak comes to an end

10.21.2013     02:04 PM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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It was a sad day in Eugene as Oregon's perfect season against the spread came to an end against Washington State. The Ducks are such a unique case study because everyone knows they are good and everyone knows they can score at will and yet when it comes to lining their games, oddsmakers continue to undervalue them. Now in CRIS's defense, there hasn't been much effort going into some of their "opening numbers" – more of a chuck something out there and let the markets decide. Still, this deep in the season even without much research most bettors can come within a field goal of a majority of the card. And yet on Sunday afternoon, CRIS threw up a -17.5 (-21.5 at Pinnacle) on the Ducks' matchup vs. UCLA and it's already been bet up to -23. That type of discrepancy isn't new. From opening to closing numbers we've seen moves towards UO of 1, 3.5, 8, 7.5, 2.5, 0.5, 2.5, and now 5.5 this season – even bigger when you consider the peak number prior to the buyback. Ironically, the most accurate line on an Oregon game this season was Week 1 against Nicholls State who no one knows a damn thing about. The Ducks opened -58, closed -59, and won 66-3. Below is a list of Read more



Tags: College Football Oregon Ducks PAC-12 Andrew Lange




Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wise Guy Report: NFC News and Notes from Week 7

10.21.2013     06:34 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Welcome to Teddy’s unique look at the NFL. Teddy watches games all day on Sunday, typing furiously on his laptop while giving you the key info that the box scores and game recaps don’t necessarily have. This week: NFC thoughts and opinions from Week 7.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers - The personnel here is just fine. Linebacker LaVante David was amazing, notching three tackles for loss including a sack, knocking away passes downfield and stuffing the run repeatedly. Wide receiver Vincent Jackson was unstoppable as well, developing nice chemistry with the rookie QB Mike Glennon. And after Glennon’s early pick six, he made some great throws, albeit on an inconsistent afternoon. Right now, Glennon falls into the ‘serviceable’ category, not into the ‘developing a future franchise quarterback’ category.

Dropped passes continue to kill this team; three in the first quarter alone. Penalties have been a problem, entering the contest averaging 8.6 per game (2nd worst in the NFL) and committing eleven more penalties here.

As the Bucs were trying to rally back from a two touchdown deficit in the fourth Read more



Tags: NFL Atlanta Falcons Carolina Panthers Washington Redskins Tampa Bay Buccaneers Detroit Lions St. Louis Rams Teddy Covers




NFL Week 7 Betting Recap

10.21.2013     06:08 AM     Printer Friendly


Tags: NFL Stat Intelligence




NFL Gambling Preview: Cincinnati Bengals at Detroit Lions

10.20.2013     07:36 AM     ER Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ER Sports

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Cincinnati at Detroit
Sunday, 10 am PT - CBS
CRIS Opener:
Detroit -2.5 O/U 46
CRIS Current: Detroit -1.5 O/U 46
Rob Veno's Power Rating: Detroit -1
Erin Rynning's Recommendation: Detroit

The Detroit Lions (4-2) have shown a sense of hunger and maturity not seen in recent editions.  Keyed by the development of quarterback Matthew Stafford the Lions will play four of their next six games at home – all the while hoping to avoid the letdown of previous seasons.  Stafford is completing 63% of his passes, while importantly is showing a 12/4 TD/INT ratio.  All-everything wide receiver Calvin Johnson figures to be much closer to 100% health this week after playing largely as a decoy last week against the Browns.  The Lions feature other weapons as well with Reggie Bush changing opponents’ defensive game plan.  Of course, both Johnson and Bush open the field for others including rookie Read more



Tags: NFL Cincinnati Bengals Detroit Lions Erin Rynning




NFL Handicapping: Second half betting trends for Week 7

10.18.2013     01:26 PM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

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This week’s blog is a bit different than the previous weekly writings. I decided to go more specific this week and focused in on five Sunday NFL games that have some strong early season first half and second half betting trends. Let’s see if these continue to be money makers this weekend:  

Tampa Bay @ Atlanta
Tampa Bay is 1-4 ATS and 0-5 O/U in second half play this year. The Buccaneers have only had one 2H total score more than 13 points. Tampa has scored one field goal in their last three second halves combined. They lost the 2H 6-0 three weeks ago at New England, 13-0 two weeks ago at home vs. Arizona and 17-3 last week at home against Philadelphia. 

Atlanta is 1-4 ATS and 4-1 O/U in the 2H this season. All four pointspread losses are either as pick ‘em or an underdog, their lone cover was as a favorite. In the Falcons last four games, the 2H totals have resulted in 27 or more points.

Baltimore @ Pittsburgh
Baltimore has been a tremendous second half team rattling off five consecutive straight up and ATS wins. Until last week’s 17-13 2H win and cover against Green Read more



Tags: NFL Rob Veno




College Football Betting Preview: Syracuse Orange at Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

10.18.2013     11:15 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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Syracuse at Georgia Tech
Saturday, 9:30 am PT - ESPN Game Plan
CRIS Opener:
Georgia Tech -7 O/U 54
CRIS Current: Georgia Tech -7 (-120) O/U 54.5
Rob Veno's Power Rating: Georgia Tech -11.5
Andrew Lange's Recommendation: Georgia Tech

Pretty good situational play here on the home side as Georgia Tech, off three straight losses, returns home to face ACC newbie Syracuse. The Yellow Jackets ran into a tough stretch of games with Virginia Tech (6-1) and Miami (6-0) followed by a brutal travel spot at BYU. Note that those three teams all reside in the top 26 nationally in total defense and were well versed in what to expect from Tech's offense (BYU played in Atlanta last season). And despite how unique and difficult it is to prepare for Georgia Tech's offense, strong, well-coached defenses have proved able to contain it. I'm not sure we get that with Syracuse who allowed 48 against Northwestern and Read more



Tags: College Football Syracuse Orange Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets ACC Andrew Lange




NFL Gambling Alert: Houston Texans to start Case Keenum against Kansas City

10.17.2013     01:05 PM     Printer Friendly
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Houston at Kansas City -6 O/U 39

The Houston Texans won't be starting Matt Schaub (he's hurt) or TJ Yates (Schaub's backup) for Sunday's game at Kansas City. Instead, head coach Gary Kubiak will go with Case Keenum under center. Keenum has yet to take a regular season snap since entering the league in 2012. Interesting that earlier this week, the Chiefs were bet up as high as -7 but have since settled in as 6-point chalk.


“He’s given me confidence through camp,” Kubiak said of Keenum. “He continues to grow. We’re looking for a spark and he deserves an opportunity.”







Tags: NFL Houston Texans Kansas City Chiefs



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