NFL Betting

Betting on NFL Preseason: Cleveland Browns – GB Packers

Cleveland Browns versus Green Bay Packers preseason game on Friday, 12th August The Cleveland Browns versus Green Bay Packers preseason game on Friday, 12th August is the proverbial David versus Goliath battle. However, if you’re betting on NFL, don’t expect little Dave to topple the Giant this time out. In 2015, the Packers ranked second in offense, 12th in defense, first in passing, and 21st in rushing. Meanwhile, the Browns ranked 32nd, 9th, 29th, and 29th in those same categories. Moreover, Green Bay finished the season with a 10-6 record, second place in the NFC North, won the Wild Card playoffs versus the Redskin, and finally lost the divisional playoffs versus the Cardinals. Cleveland finished last in the AFC North with a 3-13 record and, needless to say, did not make the postseason.

Bet on NFL Hall of Fame Game: The Indianapolis Colts

NFL Hall of Fame Game 2016When you bet on NFL Hall of Fame Game this year between the Indianapolis Colts and the Green Bay Packers, you might want to keep in mind this little tidbit: Colts head coach Chuck Pagano intends to start his, well, starters for the 2016 edition of the match. “Everybody’s going to play,” Pagano said. Even the kid that always gets picked last? This is football betting site-worthy news because this is an exhibition game – it’s even less relevant than the rest of the preseason. That is to say, coaches very seldom play starters, and not for very long when they do.

NFL Preseason Preview for the Top 5 Favorite Teams

NFL Preseason top 5 favorite teamsThe NFL betting preseason kicks off on August 7th with the Hall of Fame game between the Green Bay Packers and the Indianapolis Colts, and end on September 1st. How the league’s top 5 favorite teams fare during this appetizer for the regular season can change how fans bet on football.

Meet the new (and improved?) Dallas Cowboys Triplets

Dallas Cowboys 2016 Betting AnalysisA three-pronged attack consisting of QB Tony Romo, wide receiver Dez Bryant, and rookie running back Ezekiel Elliot has already improved the Dallas Cowboys’ NFL betting odds, especially when compared to last season when they lost Romo and Bryant to injury and finished with a 4-12 record – the franchise’s worst record since 1989 (the very first year of Jerry Jones’s ownership) when they finished 1-5.

NFL Betting Looking to Purge Concussions

NFL Betting Looking to Purge ConcussionsNFL betting is plagued by more factors than any other sport. NFL players are notorious for earning suspensions, and the physicality of football results in various injuries. While it’s easy to tell when a player has a physical injury from the outside, concussions will sometimes go unnoticed. Even when players detect the symptoms themselves it’s easy to understand why they may be hesitant to report injuries. Professional athletes are some of the biggest competitors on the planet, and you definitely don’t want to appear injury prone when your paycheck depends on your performance on the field. But there is a rising need for the league to address the issue of concussions; the NFL has put plenty of regulations to increase security and detection but the most important thing it can do now is address player responsibility.

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