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Entries in gambling (5)

Tuesday
Apr302019

NFL Early Prop Bets

SportsBetting.ag (www.sportsbetting.ag) has posted a host of post-draft prop bets, including Rookie of the Year.
 
Odds for how many rookie quarterbacks will start in Week 1, how many starts the rookies will make and if any rookie gets benched are just a few of the fun props on the board.
 
A prop involving the Bosa brothers is interesting, and Josh Rosen props are also available.
 
There are also odds on statistical performances for Kyler Murray, Nick Bosa, Quinnen Williams, Clelin Ferrell, Josh Allen and more.
 
Offensive Rookie of the Year
 
Kyler Murray 5/2    (+250)
Dwayne Haskins 7/1   (+700)
Josh Jacobs 9/1   (+900)
Marquise Brown 10/1   (+1000)
Mecole Hardman 10/1   (+1000)
Drew Lock 12/1   (+1200)
T.J. Hockenson 12/1   (+1200)
Deebo Samuel 16/1   (+1600)
N'Keal Harry 16/1   (+1600)
Daniel Jones 18/1   (+1800)
A.J. Brown 20/1   (+2000)
D.K. Metcalf 20/1   (+2000)
Noah Fant 20/1   (+2000)
Parris Campbell 20/1   (+2000)
JJ Arcega-Whiteside 25/1   (+2500)
Damien Harris 33/1   (+3300)
Darrell Henderson 33/1   (+3300)
Irv Smith Jr. 33/1   (+3300)
Will Grier 50/1   (+5000)
 
How many rookie quarterbacks will start in Week 1 of 2019 regular season?
Over 1.5
Under 1.5

Tuesday
Mar192019

10 Bets you can Always Win

Fun video

Wednesday
Feb062019

Post Super Bowl Betting Analysis

Money lines, props, over/unders.

After the Super Bowl betting analysis and chat.

Sunday
Jan132019

Tom Brady and Patriots Underdogs

The Patriots opened as 3-point underdogs versus Kansas City for the AFC Championship, according to BetDSI.
 
The spread marks unfamiliar territory for Tom Brady as the future Hall of Fame quarterback had been favored in 67 straight starts, including the playoffs. The streak had been alive for 174 weeks or 1,218 days.
 
The last time Brady wasn't the favorite came on September 20, 2015, at Buffalo. The Pats were 2-point dogs that day (Week 2) and won 40-32.
 
New England was an underdog in Week 1 of the 2016 season when Brady was suspended the first four games. The team was also not favored in Week 3 versus Houston when the line closed as a pick 'em. The Pats had been favored in 52 straight games, including the playoffs, until this week.
 
Since 2007, this is just the second time New England has been a playoff underdog. The Patriots had been favored in 23 of their last 24 postseason games overall. The lone exception was the AFC Championship at Denver in 2014 (Broncos -5).
 
The over/under for Sunday's AFC Championship is 57.5. This marks the second-highest game total in Brady's career. The only game that featured a higher total was the regular season meeting against Kansas City earlier this year (59.5 in Week 6).

 

Tuesday
Sep132011

Week 2 NFL Odds

Date & Time Favorite Spread Underdog Total Money Odds
9/18 1:00 ET At New Orleans -6.5 Chicago 47 -$300 +$250
9/18 1:00 ET At Detroit -8.5 Kansas City 45 -$400 +$330
9/18 1:00 ET At NY Jets -9.5 Jacksonville 38.5 -$410 +$350
9/18 1:00 ET At Buffalo -3.5 Oakland 42.5 -$185 +$165
9/18 1:00 ET At Washington -4 Arizona 44 -$210 +$180
9/18 1:00 ET Baltimore -6 At Tennessee 37.5 -$270 +$230
9/18 1:00 ET At Pittsburgh -14.5 Seattle 40.5 -$850 +$675
9/18 1:00 ET Green Bay -9.5 At Carolina 46 -$500 +$400
9/18 1:00 ET At Minnesota -3 Tampa Bay 40.5 -$165 +$145
9/18 1:00 ET Cleveland -2.5 At Indianapolis 38 -$140 +$120
9/18 4:05 ET Dallas -3 At San Francisco 42.5 -$170 +$150
9/18 4:15 ET Houston -3 At Miami 47.5 -$150 +$130
9/18 4:15 ET At New England -7 San Diego 53.5 -$340 +$280
9/18 4:15 ET At Denver -4.5 Cincinnati 40 -$225 +$180
9/18 8:25 ET Philadelphia -2.5 At Atlanta 49 -$140 +$120

 

Monday Night Football Odds







9/19 8:35 ET At NY Giants -4.5 St. Louis 43.5

-$220 +$180