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NFL Sunday Week 11 Predictions

NFL Sunday Week 11 PredictionsNFL week 10 was certainly an interesting one with lots of upsets and a few injuries like Julian Edelman getting injured and now on the limited list with a possibility of playing this Sunday.

They are still a lot of hopefuls for the playoffs but we know for sure that the Browns, the Jaguars, the Bears and the 49ers are now just playing for show.

This Sunday, most football handicappers have pretty much have their picks out and so do we.

Denver Broncos vs. New Orleans Saints

For this matchup, the bookies and the Vegas handicappers are both certain that it will be a close games giving the Saints the edge.

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Top NFL Injuries that will affect Your NFL Week 8 Betting

Top NFL Injuries that will affect Your NFL Week 8 BettingNFL Week 7 is over and this means that NFL teams are now licking their wounds and taking into account how the wounded will affect the roster for the upcoming Week 8 of the NFL. 

It would be a very long article if we went into all of the NFL injured players and how it will affect your football betting so let’s just go into the top injuries that may affect your betting bankroll!

Buffalo Bills vs. New England Patriot

When it comes to handicapping the Patriots they are in most cases the favorite to win any game but here is a kicker that may affect the point spread when they take on the Bills this Sunday at 1PM Et.

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NFL Week 4 Predictions by Power Ranking

NFL Week 4 Predictions by Power RankingNFL Week 3 was full of great football betting action that taught us that young quarterbacks are currently all of the rage this season for a reason.  We got 2 undefeated teams at 3-0 (Eagles and Broncos) and the Cowboys with a 2-1 record each with a 23 year old quarterback.

So what else have we learned from Week 3 that will carry us over to Week 4?  In term of Power Ranking, we got the Broncos, the Patriots, the Eagles, the Ravens and the Vikings who are currently undefeated giving them some nice momentum for Week4.

Panthers vs. Falcons NFL Week 4 Prediction

For starters, the Carolina Panthers who are the current NFC defending champions are not looking so hot in their offense and have lost 2 of 3 games.

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Monday Night Football Recap – What’s up with the Panthers?

Monday Night Football Recap – What’s up with the Panthers?Last night was probably one of the ugliest match-up that we will see this NFL season.  Let’s be honest and say it straight off the bat that the game was so bad, neither team deserved to win.  When the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Carolina Panthers took the field, football betting fans around the world thought that the Panthers had that game in the bag.

They and several football handicappers were wrong.  The final score ended up being 17-14 for the Buccaneers even though it looked like both teams looked like they just didn’t care about winning.

Considering that the Panthers’ were last year’s NFC champion, it is a surprise to see that they are  sad 1-4 this season and are currently in last place on the NFC South. 

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Study Reveals that Sports Betting Would Increase TV Revenues

Study Reveals that Sports Betting Would Increase TV RevenuesThe American Gaming Association is doing everything it can to support sports betting and their latest study has shown that TV networks should seriously consider advertising sports betting.  The survey began with 1,500 Americans who were old enough to bet on sports and 500 of them were regular bettor.

The survey showed that the sports bettor usually watched 19 more games per season than the ones that did not bet on sports. This means that even though sports bettors make up only 25% of the NFL audience, they make up almost 50% of all of the watched NFL games during the regular season.

These numbers are certainly to have an impact on the thinking of television network companies as it would increase the NFL viewing by 36% which is a jump from 40 million to 57 million viewers.

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Week 4 NFL Sunday Recap – Underdog Takeaways

 Week 4 NFL Sunday Recap – Underdog TakeawaysThis last Sunday gave Week 4 a ton of NFL betting action with a dish of drama on the side.  For one, we now only have 3 undefeated teams and some of those undefeated teams lost in a surprising shut out making the handicappers scratch their heads.

It was a definite underdog weekend with the Carolina Panthers and the Arizona Cardinals, two of the most respected teams in the league each dropping to 1-3.

The big news is how the New England Patriots received a beat down from the Buffalo Bills that ended with a final score of 16-0.  The Patriots had a great start this season despite Tom Brady’s suspension but it looks like realty is finally catching up with the Patriots without Tom Brady at the helm.

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NFL Week 1 - Losers and Winners

NFL Week 1 - Losers and WinnersThe first week of the NFL is over and some teams came out strong while others did not.  In the end, the winners were the sports bettors who according to several online sportsbooks took the bookies for a ride with a 56% player win ratio over the spread.

On a side not, this week 1NFL Sunday took place over September 11 which cause quite a controversy over some players such as deciding to take a knee instead of standing during the national anthem. This led to a heated weekend full of controversy as well as some players losing sponsorship money.

But getting back into the NFL betting, let’s take a look at some of the teams that were a letdown to many fans, sports bettors and sportsbooks.

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