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NFL Betting News and Notes Week 5

10.09.2012     11:23 AM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC

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You can forgive Pittsburgh Steelers backers for being a little upset after Sunday’s game. The Steelers defeated the Eagles 16-14 but failed to earn the pointspread cover as 3-point home favorites. Pittsburgh outgained Philadelphia 343-246, had a 136-78 on the ground, and were +2 in turnovers but still could not get the ATS win. It was a frustrating instance where statistical domination did not take the cash.

Imagine the surprise for Denver Broncos supporters who might have turned off the game when New England led 31-7 thinking a +6 pointspread cover was impossible. Sure enough two consecutive Denver touchdowns followed by a New England turnover and it was suddenly 31-21 with the Broncos inside the red zone looking for more points. The air was then taken out of the balloon when Broncos running back Willis McGahee fumbled inside the 10 and it was recovered by New England. This was another version of an NFL teaser. New England ran its no-huddle offense at a pace that would have made coaches like Chip Kelly and Dana Holgorsen proud. New England ran 77 offensive plays in the game and if they can finish off drives as efficiently in the red zone as they did on Sunday, Read more


Tags: NFL Ian Cameron




Teddy Covers' Wiseguy Report: A look back at NFL Week 5 action

10.08.2012     07:49 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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A full quarter of the NFL teams entered Week 5 at .500 and two more reached the .500 mark after notching victories on Sunday. I focused on five of those teams closely during this week’s NFL mayhem. Here are my notes from their respective performances.

Buffalo Bills - How bad is this defense? Well, they set an NFL record for futility – no team in league history had ever allowed 300 rushing yards and 300 passing yards in the same game. And that came just one week after they allowed 45 second half points on seven consecutive scoring drives against New England, making the Bills the first team since 1950 to allow 550+ yards in back-to-back weeks. Now that’s a struggling stop unit!

This pass D has awful fundamentals, giving up yardage in chunks. Every decent QB should have a field day throwing downfield -- there's no pass rush, and these cornerbacks are not shutdown guys. And there’s no question that this defense lacked effort throughout the second half here – they flat out quit.

We got the ‘bad’ Ryan Fitzpatrick today. Fitz continues to struggle with his deep throws, missing Stevie Johnson for a sure Read more


Tags: NFL Buffalo Bills Pittsburgh Steelers Washington Redskins New York Giants Seattle Seahawks Teddy Covers




NFL Betting Free Play: Philadelphia Eagles at Pittsburgh Steelers

10.07.2012     05:34 AM     ER Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ER Sports

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Philadelphia at Pittsburgh -3 (-125) O/U 43
Recommendation: Pittsburgh


The Steelers will be looking forward to getting back out on the football field Sunday after stewing about their loss to the Oakland Raiders for two weeks.  Yes, the Steelers will be off their bye week for this game, but perhaps more importantly will welcome back defense stalwarts Troy Polamalu and James Harrison.  When you’re talking about two of the last four defensive players of the year, you’re talking about real impact players.  With the Eagles vulnerable from an offensive line standpoint, the Steelers should add to their disappointing amount of just five sacks.  In addition, Rashard Mendenhall is expected to return to the field as well.  Pittsburgh’s running game is averaging 2.6 yards per carry with its longest run from scrimmage just 13 yards.  Look for the Steelers to hit a few big runs up the middle where the Eagles can be vulnerable.  The Read more


Tags: NFL Philadelphia Eagles Pittsburgh Steelers Erin Rynning




NFL Gambling Preview: Philadelphia Eagles at Pittsburgh Steelers

10.04.2012     01:00 PM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Philadelphia at Pittsburgh
Teddy Covers' Recommendation:
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Sunday, 10 am PT - FOX
CRIS Opener:
Pittsburgh -4 O/U 44.5
CRIS Current: Pittsburgh -3 (-120) O/U 43
Rob Veno's Power Rating: Pittsburgh -4

The reigning #1 defense in the NFL was torched by Peyton Manning and the Broncos passing game in their opener.  They got torched at Oakland prior to the bye as well, allowing the modest Raiders offense to score on each of their last five drives of the game.  And even Pittsburgh’s shutdown performance in their lone win this year against the Jets must come with an asterisk, because the Jets’ offense hasn’t moved the football since.  For a defense that jettisoned veterans like James Farrior, Aaron Smith and Chris Hoke in the offseason, there are clearly some questions right now.  Here’s Troy Polamalu’s quote: “This team changed more than ever because of Read more


Tags: NFL Philadelphia Eagles Pittsburgh Steelers Teddy Covers




NFL Handicapping: Tomlin says Polamalu and Harrison will play vs. Eagles

10.03.2012     11:28 AM     Printer Friendly
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Philadelphia at Pittsburgh -3 O/U 43.5

Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mile Tomlin said that both Troy Polamalu and James Harrison are expected to play Sunday against the Eagles.


"Based on what I am looking at on how we worked yesterday, I think that is a safe assessment (that they will play)," Tomlin said Tuesday, according to the team's website. "We will watch these guys as we proceed throughout the week. All guys have performed well and were able to get through practice and we're optimistic that they're going to be full participants."





Tags: NFL Pittsburgh Steelers Philadelphia Eagles




NFL Gambling Notes: Lack of continuity plagues Oakland Raiders

09.21.2012     07:54 AM     Printer Friendly
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Pittsburgh -3.5 at Oakland O/U 45.5

We swear the AP wrote this article three years ago. It goes like this: Oakland coordinator (insert name) preaches patience due to new system. Over the last three years, Oakland has had three different head coaches, offensive coordinators, and defensive coordinators.


“Let’s keep things in perspective for a second here,” Knapp said. “We’ve played two games in the regular season on offense. We’ve had two different centers and a right tackle who played half a game last week. We need some patience. You can’t develop a scheme in two weeks in a regular season.”

“It will take a little while. It will take a little while,” Knapp said. “I don’t know Read more



Tags: NFL Oakland Raiders Pittsburgh Steelers




NFL Betting Notes: Pittsburgh Steelers look to avenge playoff loss to Denver

09.07.2012     08:05 AM     Printer Friendly
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Pittsburgh at Denver -2 O/U 44.5

The Steelers will try to avenge last year's playoff loss to Denver. Defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau admitted that his game plan in that contest wasn't particularly effective, in particular the way they defending the infamous overtime play in which Tim Tebow connected with Demaryius Thomas for an 80-yard touchdown.


“Let me tell you something.  Over the years I’ve made a lot of bad calls and I’m man enough to step up and say it when a play ends the game, ends your season, that can’t be a very good call.”






Tags: NFL Pittsburgh Steelers Denver Broncos




A must have for football bettors: Sportsmemo's NCAA and NFL team pages

09.06.2012     07:38 AM     Printer Friendly
Don't forget to bookmark Sportsmemo's College and Pro Football team pages. They include new links, archived blogs, and pointspread/stat logs dating back to 2009. It is also home to Brent Crow's famed College Football ACCU-Stats. You can subscribe to receive email notifications of new content posted about specific teams. Everything you need to beat the books this season is at Sportsmemo!

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NFL Preseason Gambling: Buffalo starters eager to (finally) play well vs. Pittsburgh

08.24.2012     12:43 PM     Printer Friendly
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Pittsburgh -2.5 Buffalo O/U 40.5

Buffalo hasn't looked all that sharp this preseason (0-2 SU, 1-1 ATS) and hopes to reverse that trend against Pittsburgh on Saturday.


We need to get better. We want to see improvement,” said Gailey, who traditionally rests his starters in the fourth preseason game. “I don’t know what that will show. It should show more production, but we have to get better.”

“This is the last big one for the starters to go out there and get everything fine-tuned before it counts,” Fitzpatrick said. “This one, I would say, is important to us to get out there and play well.”






Tags: NFL Buffalo Bills Pittsburgh Steelers




NFL Preseason Betting Notes: Pittsburgh's Haley keeps offense vanilla

08.13.2012     07:49 AM     Printer Friendly
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Looks like Pittsburgh offensive coordinator Todd Haley brought his conservative nature in the preseason to the Steel City. Haley played it close to the vest in Week 1 and said that he will stick to that philosophy until the regular season. The Steelers play host to Indianapolis this Sunday.


“Not a lot of new is going to be showing up,” Haley said Sunday. “Now, we’ve got to fine-tune, get good and figure out what we do real well.”





Tags: NFL Pittsburgh Steelers



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