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2012 NFL Playoffs Picks: Denver Broncos @ New England Patriots Odds and Predictions – Free NFL Picks 1/14/12

Free NFL Divisional Playoffs Picks: Denver Broncos @ New England Patriots NFL Playoffs Vegas Odds, Free Picks, and Expert Predictions on CBS 1/14/12: Saturday’s Divisional matchup was supposed to put the AFC’s powerhouse franchises against each other, but quarterback Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos have defying convention since late October. After knocking of the defending conference champion Pittsburgh Steelers in overtime last weekend, the Broncos will take aim at the top-seeded New England Patriots in Foxboro this weekend. The game is a rematch of a regular season meeting that New England won 41-23 in Denver. That being said, the AFC has been tough to predict all year, and anything can happen in the win or go home format of the postseason. Still, the Patriots are hefty 13 ½-point favorites playing at home.

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Offensively, the two teams are complete opposites. The Patriots own one of the top passing attacks in the NFL, while the Broncos have the top-rated rushing attack in the league. Despite appearing one dimensional on the stat sheet, both teams have unique systems. Denver’s read-option is far from a simple power running game, and it also opens up big play opportunities in the passing game. Meanwhile, the Patriots two tight end passing attack creates too many mismatches for defenses to account for. Still, the clear edge in consistent production goes to New England. The Patriots averaged 32.1 points per game this year compared to just 19.3 for Denver.

While the Denver running game is at the center of everything the Broncos do offensively, the New England secondary could have the toughest task this weekend. Tebow is coming of a game when he lit up the top-rated Steelers secondary for more than 300 yards. Now, he gets a shot at a Patriots’ secondary ranked last in the NFL. New England has to make Tebow complete shorter passes in tight space. He completed just 10 of his 21 attempts last weekend, but because a majority of his throws were big plays down the field, the Denver passing attack still did plenty of damage. For all his magic and leadership qualities, Tebow’s strength is not picking apart a secondary with a bunch of precise throws. If New England can take away the deep balls, its suspect secondary will be somewhat masked.

The X-factor in the game could be Denver receiver Demaryius Thomas. After battling injuries early in the career, Thomas is finally healthy, and his size and speed combination has been giving opponents fits. He had just four catches against the Steelers last weekend, but he still topped 200 yards. Thomas is the top deep threat for the Broncos, and his height and length make him Tebow’s top target. If the Patriots can neutralize Thomas, Tebow could struggle to move the ball down the field with other options, especially with receiver Eric Decker battling injuries.

For the Denver defense, finding ways to put pressure on New England QB Tom Brady is going to be crucial. The Broncos sacked Brady just two times in the earlier matchup, and Brady picked apart the Denver defense. He threw for more than 300 yards and completed 68 percent of his passes, and considering he threw for more than 5,000 yards on the year, there is no reason he shouldn’t dissect the Denver secondary if he has time in the pocket. A pass rush may also be the only way for the Broncos to slow down the tight end tandem of the Patriots. Aaron Hernandez and Rob Gronkowski are too big to be covered by cornerbacks and too fast to be covered by linebackers. When they have time to get down the middle of the field, the New England offense becomes a juggernaut.

In the first meeting, turnovers played a major role in deciding the outcome. Denver lost three fumbles, giving the high-powered Patriots’ offense more chances to score and more chances to score with good field position. If the Broncos can eliminate the careless turnovers, there is a good chance the rematch could be much closer. After all, Denver was moving the ball on offense and keeping pace with New England until the turnovers tipped the scales and forced the Broncos to abandon their offense in an attempt to erase the deficit.

With nearly two touchdowns on their side, the Broncos have a realistic chance at covering the spread. The Tebow to Thomas connection has added another dimension to the Denver offense, which works perfectly with the team’s power running game. Granted, the Broncos’ defense showed no signs of being able to derail Brady and company, but Denver should be able to put some points on the board. The Patriots have more firepower and are better equipped to win a shootout, but Tebow should be able to do enough to keep the Broncos in striking distance.

 Prediction: Denver Broncos (+13 ½) Cover the Spread

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NFL Playoff Football: Denver Broncos @ New England Patriots
Date: 1/14/2012
Time: 8 PM EST on CBS
Vegas Odds Favorite: New England -13.5 | Total: Over/Under 50.5

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2012 NFL Playoffs Picks: New Orleans Saints @ San Francisco 49ers Odds and Predictions – Free NFL Picks 1/14/12

Free NFL Divisional Playoffs Picks: New Orleans Saints @ San Francisco 49ers NFL Playoffs Vegas Odds, Free Picks, and Expert Predictions on FOX 1/14/12: All season long the New Orleans Saints (14-3) have dealt with the criticism that they can’t win outdoors and that they can’t win on the road. They will get a chance to prove the doubters wrong this Saturday when they visit the San Francisco 49ers (13-3) in the NFC Divisional round of the playoffs. As the top team in a weak NFC West, San Francisco knows all about having to silence the critics as well. While both sides have a chip on their shoulder, whichever team wins this weekend won’t have to worry about fighting for respect anymore. Despite playing at home, the 49ers are 3 ½-point underdogs.

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To be fair, the criticism faced by both teams is somewhat warranted. All three of New Orleans’ losses came on the road, and the Saints’ league-leading offense wasn’t nearly as potent. The Saints averaged more than 40 points a game at home, but they scored 23 points or less in four of their eight road games. Not to mention that New Orleans’ two worst scoring games came on the road at Tampa Bay and on the road at Tennessee. Meanwhile, the 49ers really don’t have a signature win on their resume. A victory over the New York Giants would be the closest thing, but San Francisco lost at home to Dallas and looked bad in a road loss to Baltimore.

On the field, the game should be a battle of strengths, with the Saints’ explosive offense going up against San Francisco’s stingy defense. New Orleans ranked second in the NFL, averaging 34.2 points per game. Meanwhile, San Francisco ranked second in scoring defense, allowing just 14.3 points per game. The 49ers’ defense also ranked second with 23 interceptions, which could pay huge dividends against the record-setting passing attack. While the Saints are unlikely to score 40-plus points as they did against Detroit in the Wild Card round, the chances of San Francisco completing shutting New Orleans’ offense down are slim as well. The end result should be an interesting matchup where neither team is in its comfort zone.

After shattering the record for passing yards in a season, New Orleans’ quarterback Drew Brees will be at the center of everything the Saints do offensively. He has plenty of weapons at his disposal, but the big plays he has been known for throughout the year could be tough to come by. In addition to the opportunistic secondary, San Francisco also finished the year with 42.0 sacks. The 49ers will likely make Brees move the ball down the field slowly and methodically, which could frustrate the MVP candidate. Check down options like Jimmy Graham and running back Darren Sproles will be major factors.

For San Francisco, the power running game has been the calling card of the offense all season. Running back Frank Gore has been the workhorse, finishing sixth in the NFL with more than 1,200 yards. By controlling the tempo of the game and dominating the time of possession, Gore and the running game have allowed the stout defensive unit plenty of time to rest. The 49ers will have to continue to employ that strategy this weekend to keep Brees and company on the sideline as much as possible.

The X-factor in the game could be San Francisco QB Alex Smith. He hasn’t been asked to do a lot this season, but he has limited his mistakes and kept defenses honest. That being said, Brees completed more passes than Smith attempted, and the 49ers can’t afford to fall behind and become a pass-first team. If Smith tries to do too much and starts turning the ball over, things could get ugly for San Francisco.

In the end, the 49ers’ defense should be able to limit the big plays from the Saints’ offense. Unlike last weekend’s shootout with the Lions, New Orleans will have to be a bit more methodical in its approach. Playing outside will work in San Francisco’s favor, and a physical, uglier game could be on tap. The 49ers have exceeded expectations all year, and while the New Orleans has been the flashier of the two teams, running the ball and playing tough defense has always been for a recipe for success in the playoffs. This game should go down to the wire.

 Prediction: San Francisco (+3 ½) Cover the Spread

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NFL Playoff Football: New Orleans Saints @ San Francisco 49ers
Date: 1/14/2012
Time: 4:30 PM EST on FOX
Vegas Odds Favorite: New Orleans -3.5 | Total: Over/Under 47

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NFL Wild Card Picks: Detroit Lions @ New Orleans Saints Odds and Predictions – Free NFL Picks 1/7/11

Free NFL Wildcard Picks: Detroit Lions @ New Orleans Saints NFL Playoff Vegas Odds, Free Picks, and Expert Predictions on NBC 1/7/12: High-powered offenses and star quarterbacks will highlight the Wild Card matchup between the Detroit Lions (10-6) and New Orleans Saints (13-3). Fresh of shattering Dan Marino’s single-season record for passing yards, Drew Brees is trying to lead the Saints to their second Super Bowl since 2009. Meanwhile, former No. 1 pick Matthew Stafford has rewritten the Lions’ passing record book and has Detroit hoping for just its second play in the last five decades. After falling to New Orleans a few weeks ago by 14, the Lions are 10 ½-point underdogs in this weekend’s rematch.

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Both offenses are downright scary. The Lions averaged just less than 30 points per game, while the Saints scored an impressive 34.2 a contest. Pass-happy is the best way to describe both systems, and Brees and Stafford both threw for more than 5,000 yards and more than 40 touchdowns. In any other year Stafford’s numbers would have made him the top QB in the league, but with Brees breaking several records, the edge has to go to New Orleans in the battle under center.

Neither side has a shortage of weapons to work with. Brees’ two favorite targets are tight end Jimmy Graham and receiver Marques Colston. Graham finished the year with 99 catches for more than 1,300 yards and 11 scores. Meanwhile, Colston topped 1,100 yards despite missing several games with a broken collarbone. Not to mention the fact that running back Darren Sproles is an excellent pass catcher out of the backfield and broke the total yards from scrimmage record this season.

Stafford has a top notch tight end as well in Brandon Pettigrew, who finished the year with 83 catches. More importantly, he has the advantage of throwing to one of the best receivers in the NFL in Calvin Johnson. Johnson had 16 touchdowns among his 96 catches for a league-leading 1,681 yards. His combination of size and speed is probably the best at the position, making him tough to stop on deep routes and even harder to defend in the red zone. Brees probably has more weapons at his disposable, but Johnson gives Stafford the single best option.

Despite both offenses being able to dominate through the air, the Saints’ ability to run the ball sets them apart in this matchup. Led by Pierre Thomas and Sproles, New Orleans has been a top-10 rushing offense this year. By keeping Detroit honest with the run, the Saints will be able to neutralize the pass rush of the Lions. They will also be able to set up play-action passes and hit some big plays down the field. Meanwhile, Stafford will be forced to drop back on almost every down, subjecting him to plenty of blitz packages.

With an offensive shootout is the likely outcome, the defense that can create turnovers or make a stop or two could tip the scale in favor of their team. Unfortunately for the Lions, their secondary is coming off a game when it surrendered 480 yards and six touchdowns to Green Bay backup Matt Flynn. That doesn’t bode well heading into a matchup with the most prolific quarterback in the NFL this season, who happens to be the same QB that torched Detroit’s defense a little more than a month ago.

Playing at home, it’s tough not to love the Saints’ chances. New Orleans scored more than 40 points per game at home on its way to an 8-0 record. Only one of the eight victories came by less than 11 points, and that was a seven-point win in late September. Brees and company are a scoring machine inside the Superdome, and while Stafford and the Lions will put points on the board as well, they couldn’t keep pace with New Orleans in the regular season meeting and probably won’t be able to this weekend either.

Prediction: New Orleans Saints (-10 ½) Cover the Spread

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NFL Playoff Football: Detroit Lions @ New Orleans Saints
Date: 1/7/2012
Time: 8 PM EST on NBC
Vegas Odds Favorite: New Orleans -10.5 | Total: Over/Under 59

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2012 NFL Wild Card Picks: Cincinnati Bengals @ Houston Texans Odds and Predictions – Free NFL Picks 1/7/11

Free NFL Wildcard Picks: Cincinnati Bengals @ Houston Texans NFL Playoff Vegas Odds, Free Picks, and Expert Predictions on NBC 1/7/12: For the AFC South champion Houston Texans (10-6), Saturday’s Wild Card matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals (9-7) will be a historical game for the franchise. The Texans will be playing in the postseason for the first time and will be looking to make the moment even more memorable with a win. Meanwhile, the Bengals will be looking for their first playoff win since 1991, which ironically came at the hands of the old Houston franchise that has since moved to Tennessee. The game is a rematch of a regular season meeting that featured a come-from-behind 20-19 win by the Texans on a late touchdown pass. This time around, the Bengals are three-point underdogs.

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While the Texans rallied in dramatic fashion to beat the Bengals in the first showdown and clinch the division in the process, Houston hasn’t won a game since. Limping into the playoffs isn’t exactly a recipe for success, but playing at home against a team that they have already defeated has to inspire a bit of confidence in the Texans. Of course, Cincinnati hasn’t exactly had powered its way into the playoffs either. The Bengals are 1-7 against teams with winning records this year and winless against teams that made the playoffs.

Based on the stat sheet, the game should be a defensive battle. The Bengals are giving up 20.2 points per game to opponents, while the Texans are allowing just 17.4 a game. Both units have been strong against the run, but Houston has the edge in the secondary. Ironically, a big reason for the Texans’ improvement against the pass was the acquisition of former Cincinnati cornerback Johnathan Joseph. Even without their star pass rusher Mario Williams, who is out with an injury, the Texans’ defense is the stronger of the two units. In fact, it was a strip sack by Houston defensive end Connor Barwin that fueled the Texans’ comeback in the first game.

While both teams have had excellent defenses, their offenses have been inconsistent at times. A big part of the problem has been inexperience at the quarterback position. Granted, rookie Andy Dalton has exceeded expectations, but he is still less than a year removed from playing at the college level and must now face a stout defense in a pressure-packed atmosphere. Meanwhile, the Texans’ T.J. Yates may be in an even tougher situation. Unlike Dalton, who has been starting since the first game of the season, Yates was forced to take over late in the year following season-ending injuries to Matt Schaub and Matt Leinart. Who could blame Yates if he feels some jitters leading a franchise in its first-ever playoff game?

Yates’ job could be further complicated by the health of star wide receiver Andre Johnson. When healthy, Johnson is arguably the top player at his position. However, multiple hamstring injuries have hobbled throughout the year, and he is just now getting back to full strength. Meanwhile, Cincinnati has enjoyed the services of receiver A.J. Green all year. The rookie exploded onto the scene, topping 1,000 yards and making the Pro Bowl. Green is Dalton’s top target and the Bengals’ best offensive weapon. If he has a big game, Cincinnati could score enough points to win what should be an otherwise low-scoring contest.

The X-factor will likely be Houston running back Arian Foster. After dealing with hamstring issues to start the year, Foster came on strong to finish third in the league in total yards. He is a big play waiting to happen in the run and passing game, and just one year removed from a rushing title, Foster could take over the game on the offensive side of the ball. That being said, he managed just 41 yards in the earlier meeting against Cincinnati, and the Bengals’ run defense seemed to have him figured out.

With two rookie quarterbacks going up against two strong defenses, another tight, low-scoring game could be in order. Field position should play a big role, and if either side starts turning the ball over, their chances are almost certainly doomed. In the end, the Bengals’ ability to slow down Foster and put pressure on Yates will be critical. If Johnson is fully healthy, he may be able to find some holes in the Cincinnati secondary. However, it is tough to imagine Johnson being healthy after injuring both hamstrings during the year. As a result, the Bengals should be able to build a lead as they did in the first meeting with the Texans, resulting in a close game even if Houston manages another rally.

Prediction: Cincinnati Bengals (+4) Cover the Spread

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NFL Playoff Football: Cincinnati Bengals @ Houston Texans
Date: 1/7/2012
Time: 4:30 PM EST on NBC
Vegas Odds Favorite: Houston -4 | Total: Over/Under 39

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Week 16 NFL Picks: Philadelphia Eagles @ Dallas Cowboys Odds and Predictions – Free NFL Picks 12/24/11

Week 16 Free NFL Picks: Philadelphia Eagles @ Dallas Cowboys NFL Week 16 Vegas Odds, Free Picks, and Expert Predictions on FOX 12/24/11: A month ago, the Philadelphia Eagles were in disarray, Michael Vick was hurt, and many were wondering if Andy Reid was going to be fired as coach. However, two straight wins have the Eagles at 6-8 and still alive in the wild NFC East. Philadelphia can take another step toward a division title this weekend when the head to Dallas to face the Cowboys (8-6). Dallas is still in control of its own destiny regardless of the outcome of this matchup, but a loss to Philadelphia certainly adds a lot of pressure on Jerry Jones’ team. Despite playing at home and leading the division, Dallas is favored by just a single point.

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The small spread is likely a direct result of the 34-7 dismantling the Eagles delivered when the two teams went to Philadelphia. In that meeting, Eagles’ running back LeSean McCoy ran for a season-high 185 yards, and Vick completed 21 of his 28 pass attempts. In short, it was probably the best game Philadelphia has played all year on both sides of the ball, which as to scare Dallas.

If the Cowboys are going to reverse the outcome this time around, they have to slow down McCoy. For the year, Dallas ranks seventh against the run, but the unit had no answer for the Eagles’ ground attack in the first meeting. When McCoy is effective, it opens up the play-action passing game for Philadelphia, which allows Vick to take advantage of his speedy receivers. The Dallas secondary has been mediocre at best this year, and unless Vick is forced into obvious passing downs, another gashing could be in the works.

While the defense is an area of concern for the Cowboys, they have to play better on offense than they did in Philadelphia. A seven-point output is unacceptable for a team that ranks in the top 10 in passing yards per game and 11th in rushing yards. Quarterback Tony Romo is having another strong season, and while the Eagles’ secondary is loaded with stars, the Cowboys have the weapons at receiver to still be effective through the air. Dallas has to get the better of the matchup in order to be successful.

The X-factor in the game could end up being players that won’t even be on the field. Dallas is dealing with several key injuries. Running back DeMarco Murray is out for the year, and backup Felix Jones is dealing with a hamstring problem. Dallas doesn’t have to run the ball to score points, but it would certainly help against a solid Philadelphia secondary. Throw in the fact that star pass rusher DeMarcus Ware is bothered by a neck issue, and the Cowboys will be hurting on both sides of the ball.

In the end, the Eagles may not be able to make the playoffs, but they have been given an unexpected second chance. The self-titled “Dream Team” has underachieved thus far, but Vick and company have momentum when it matters most. The Cowboys will be better prepared than they were in the first meeting, but the fact is that they just don’t match up well with the Eagles. All the injuries will add up for Dallas, and Romo won’t be able to do enough to save the day.

Prediction: Philadelphia Eagles (+1) Cover the Spread

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Week 16 NFL Football: Philadelphia Eagles @ Dallas Cowboys
Date: 12/24/011
Time: 1:00 PM EST on FOX
Vegas Odds Favorite: Dallas -1 | Total: Over/Under 50.5

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Week 16 NFL Picks: New York Giants @ New York Jets Odds and Predictions – Free NFL Picks 12/24/11

Week 16 Free NFL Picks: New York Giants @ New York Jets NFL Week 16 Vegas Odds, Free Picks, and Expert Predictions on FOX 12/24/11: It’s not often that a team plays a road game at their home stadium, but that is exactly the scenario facing the New York Giants (7-7) this Saturday when the face the New York Jets (8-6). While the odd scenario is worth noting, this matchup is all about playoff aspirations for both teams. The Giants need a win to stay in the hunt in the NFC East, while the Jets need to win to bolster their chances of grabbing a wildcard spot in the AFC. For all intents and purposes, Saturday’s meeting is a must-win game for both sides. The Jets are the slight favorites, giving 2 ½-points as the home team in this one.

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Not only are both teams in desperate need of a win, but both enter this weekend’s contest coming off ugly losses as well. The Giants played sloppy on their way to being upset by the Washington Redskins, while the Jets were dismantled by the Eagles. Defense was a major area of concern for both sides in the defeats, and the offenses didn’t look much better. The silver ling is that this time around, one of the New York teams has to win, even if both sides struggle again.

At the heart of the matchup will be the play of Giants’ QB Eli Manning against the Jets’ secondary. Manning is having a career year, having already topped 4,300 yards passing. He and the Giants rank third in the NFL in passing yards per game, but the Jets rank seventh when it comes to stopping the pass. Throw in the fact that the Giants haven’t been able to run the ball effectively all season, and it is crucial for their chances that Manning has a strong outing.

While the Giants have been one dimensional on offense, it can be argued that the Jets have been inept at times. Running back Shonn Greene has shown some signs of life lately, but the normally powerful running attack of the Jets has been inefficient all year. Meanwhile, quarterback Mark Sanchez has continued to have issues with completion percentage and turnovers, and the problems have been amplified when the ground game has faltered. The Giants can still put plenty of pressure on opposing signal callers, and if Sanchez is forced to shoulder the load, the Giants defensive linemen could start piling up sacks.

For the Giants, receivers Hakeem Nicks and Victor Cruz will be the likely X-factors. Both players have at least 70 catches and more than 1,000 yards, and both have the speed to make big plays. However, drops have plagued the dup at times, and with star cornerback Darrelle Revis waiting this weekend, Nicks and Cruz will need to take advantage of every opportunity they get to make a big play. The Giants’ chances depend on it.

Meanwhile, Jets’ receiver Santonio Holmes has to step up and deliver in order for his team to win. He does have eight touchdowns on the year, but nagging injuries and a bad attitude have limited his upside. Holmes is a proven option in the clutch, but he has yet to establish himself as a dominant target. The Giants secondary can be porous at times, and Holmes needs to take advantage to help out Sanchez and the Jets’ offense.

In the end, the Giants ability to rush the passer on defense and Manning’s ability to stretch the field on offense should be the difference. Sanchez lacks poise in the pocket, and the pass rush of the Giants will exploit the weakness and possibly force some big mistakes. Meanwhile, Manning is playing at the highest level of his career, and he should be able to find some holes in a Jets defense that is good but no longer elite.

Prediction: New York Giants (+3) Cover the Spread

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Week 16 NFL Football: NY Giants @ NY Jets
Date: 12/24/011
Time: 1:00 PM EST on FOX
Vegas Odds Favorite: New York Jets -3 | Total: Over/Under 46.5

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2015 College Football Picks & Predictions Week 1 – Michigan @ Utah Odds & Free Picks

2015-College-Football-Picks-and-Predictions 2015 College Football Picks & Predictions Week 1 – Michigan @ Utah Odds & Free Pick: The 2015 College Football season kicks off this Thursday, September 4th and one game on opening night that will get a lot of interest nationally and in Las Vegas at the betting window is the matchup between the Michigan […]

2015 College Football Picks & Predictions – Week 1 Free College Football Picks & Odds

2015-College-Football-Picks-and-Predictions 2015 College Football Picks & Predictions – Week 1 Free College Football Picks & Odds: The 2015 College Football season officially gets underway this Thursday, September 3rd and there will be College Football action scheduled throughout the weekend as there are games available for betting Friday thru Monday as well. No time is better than […]

2015 Deutsche Bank Championship Odds, Free Picks & Predictions – Odds to Win Deutsche Bank Championship

2015-Deutsche-Bank-Championship-Odds-Free-Picks-and-Predictions 2015 Deutsche Bank Championship Odds, Free Picks & Predictions – Odds to Win Deutsche Bank Championship: The opening odds to win the 2015 Deutsche Bank Championship have been posted at Bovada Sportsbook and Jason Day has been installed as the +650 odds favorite to win this week on the PGA Tour. 2015 Deutsche Bank Championship […]

2015 NFL Picks & Predictions – Odds for Most Passing, Rushing & Receiving Yards 2015 NFL

2015-NFL-Picks-and-Predictions 2015 NFL Picks & Predictions – Odds for Most Passing, Rushing & Receiving Yards 2015 NFL: The NFL player odds for the 2015 NFL season for which player will end up with the most passing, rushing and receiving yards have been posted online by Bovada Sportsbook and are now available for open betting. The favorites […]

2015 NFL Picks & Predictions – Top 3 Favorites to Win Super Bowl 50 & Expert Pick

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2015 Road America 180 Odds, Free Picks & Predictions: Favorites, Contenders & Sleepers

2015-Xfinity-Series-Odds-Free-Picks-Predictions 2015 Road America 180 Odds, Free Picks & Predictions: Favorites, Contenders & Sleepers: With the Sprint Cup Series taking its final off week of the 2015 season, the XFINITY Series will take center stage this weekend with its third road course event in the last three weeks. Road America will host Saturday’s Road America 180, […]

2015 Sprint Cup Series Predictions – NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Power Rankings: Week 25

2015-Sprint-Cup-Series-Predictions 2015 Sprint Cup Series Predictions – NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Power Rankings: Week 25: The Sprint Cup Series is heading into its final off week of the 2015 season, and with just two races remaining in the regular season, it is time to take a closer look at the drivers that look poised to make […]
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