Weekly NFL schedule trends can be interesting to follow in addition to being profitable.
Let’s take a look at the 2008 NFL schedule and see if we can find some trends that can make us money.
Weekly NFL schedule trends really don’t get started until Week 2 or Week 3 of the 2008 NFL schedule when teams have played a game or two. Let’s look at some team by team trends on the weekly NFL schedule. If you are looking at playing Arizona Cardinal games then you might want to go them after they have lost two straight games. They don’t seem to bounce back well after losses.
If you like betting the Baltimore Ravens on the weekly NFL schedule then take them as a home favorite if they won the previous week. This is over 70% over the past few years. Another nice weekly NFL schedule trend has you taking the Carolina Panthers as an underdog. They are almost 80% as an underdog the past few years. A popular team on the weekly NFL schedule is the Dallas Cowboys. If you want to bet them then do so after they return home after a road loss. This trend is over 70% in recent years. Another popular team is Indianapolis.
If you like betting games on the weekly NFL schedule involving the Colts then you might want to bet the over when the Colts are an underdog on the road. This trend is over 70% in recent seasons. Another popular team on the weekly NFL schedule is San Diego. They are a streaky team and whenever they have won four straight against the spread on the weekly NFL schedule you should bet them the next week. They are over 80% in that situation the last 10 years.
Many people don’t like playing Detroit at all in NFL betting and that will probably be the case on the 2008 NFL schedule. If you are one of them, then a good time to go against them is when they are favored. It doesn’t happen often, but when Detroit is laying points they are not a good bet and probably won’t be on the 2008 NFL schedule either. A team to look at as an underdog on the weekly NFL schedule is the Houston Texans. The Texans are a solid bet as an underdog after losing two straight games on the weekly NFL schedule.
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