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Welcome to the home of NFL Online Betting picks, predictions, news, odds and betting lines for the average Joe. Whether you are looking for an online sportsbook to make your football wagers or you just want to learn more about NFL online betting, you have come to the right place to get started. Take a gander and get caught up in the world of NFL Online Betting for 2014 and beyond!
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by Tim Delke in 2014 | Posted on November 21st, 2014 | 7 Comments

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The above online sportsbooks are the best NFL betting sites online today based on player bonuses, NFL betting lines, customer service, and independent player sportsbook reviews for players from the US and Canada. Please note that the Top Bet Sportsbook and Bovada Sports betting site only accept US players, and we urge our Canadian visitors to visit the SBG Global NFL sportsbook for 2014 NFL Betting. Further to that, Bovada does have certain restrictions on players from the state of New York and Maryland so if you live in any of those states, then the Top Bet Sportsbook should you your #1 online sportsbook for this NFL betting season.

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NFL Week 7 Game of the Week

by Tim Delke in betting | Posted on October 19th, 2014 | No Comments

Still pondering over your NFL bets and Week 7 picks? Then allow us to help you out with our NFL Week 7 game of the week betting prediction. There are a lot of great games to be played today but one game in particular stands out. Everyone and their mother this week spent most of their work days talking about the Dallas Cowboys and their win over the Seattle Seahawks in NFL Week 6. The Dallas Cowboys went into Seattle and crushed the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks in their own house. This week in NFL Week 7 the Seahawks will play the Rams in St.Louis but that is not our game of the week.

Cowboys Giants Week 7

So onto our money pick for NFL Week 7. Can the Dallas Cowboys keep their winning streak alive and move to 6-1 against a struggling New York Giants team? Oddsmakers seem to think so but just by how many points can the Cowboys and Tony Romo win by? Current sportsbooks have the Cowboys sitting at -7 point home favorites, with the Giants Moneyline at +240 for the Giants, and the Over/Under posting at 48 points. Who will have a better game, Tony Romo or Eli Manning this afternoon?

If you are not quite convinced that the Cowboys are for real then consider the following betting trends going into this matchup. Yes, the Cowboys have won straight up in 5 of their last 5 games, but they have not done a good job of covering the point spread. Dallas is only 2-5 against the spread in their last 7 games at home and to make matters worse they have only covered the spread in 7 of there last 21 games when playing against the New York Giants. Sure, the past is the past but you have to take these betting trends into consideration when evaluating the Cowboys in today’s game against the Giants.

In summary, our NFL Week 7 betting pick in the game of the day is to take the Giants with the points at +7 points against the Cowboys in today’s game.

NFL Week 6 Predictions

by Tim Delke in week6 | Posted on October 9th, 2014 | No Comments

Week 6 of the NFL regular season starts tonight with the first game between Andrew Luck’s Colts and J.J. Watt’s Houston Texans. Today we will be covering our best games to bet on in NFL Week 6 along with our NFL predictions. Remember it’s not whether you win or lose, it’s how much you bet!

NFL Week 6 Predictions

Since we brought it up already we might as well start with our betting prediction for the Colts and Texans game. Currently the Bovada sportsbook has the Colts favored to win on the road by 3.5 points but we will have to respectfully disagree. Andrew Luck and the Colts are good, but we expect Luck to get rattled in tonight’s nationally televised game and for J.J. Watt to have a monstrous game. Our Week 6 betting pick is to take the Texans at +3.5 points at home.

Next up in the Sunday night late game in Week 6 the New York Giants travel up the highway to Philadelphia to play the Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. Current online sportsbooks for NFL betting have the Eagles listed as -3 point home favorites with the total points projected at 50.5 points. This means this should be a high scoring game. Who does better in high scoring games, the Giants or Eagles we have to ask ourselves. In this case, we like the Giants at +3 on the road with Ely Manning’s new formed offense.

Week 5 Bills vs Lions

by Tim Delke in betting | Posted on October 4th, 2014 | No Comments

In Week 5 NFL betting trends we see the Bills surprisingly increase their odds of winning with Kyle Orton stepping in to be their starting quarterback.

The Lions have started the season at 2-1 with impressive wins over the New York Giants and the Green Bay Packers. The Buffalo Bills have also had a decent start to the season with wins over Chicago and Miami. This game is expected to be a high scoring affair since each team fields so many weapons on offense. The Lions have Matt Stafford at quarterback and he is someone who can light up the field. Since this game is being played at home, the Lions will certainly enjoy playing on the turf versus outdoors.

The Bills will travel to Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan on October 5th 2014 for a game that is scheduled to be kicked off at 1PM. The Bills vs. Lions game is expected to be carried on the Fox network.

Orton Bills Lions Week 5

With so many talented players on the field, it can be hard to properly handicap. Football game becomes difficult to predict as more variables are thrown into the mix. In the matchup between the Bills and Lions, the game could have multiple outcomes and the winner of the game will probably do so on a lucky play or two since both of these two teams are so evenly matched up.

Chicago Bears Carolina Panthers Betting Predictions

by Tim Delke in week5 | Posted on October 4th, 2014 | No Comments

NFL Week5’s Bears at Panthers game will be a war of attrition. Both teams have many key injuries going into this one so it will be interesting which back up players have the most impact. Today we will go over our NFL Week 5 predictions starting with the Bears at Panthers game where the Panthers are currently listed as -3 point home favorites.

In week 5 of the NFL season, the Chicago Bears will travel to Charlotte, NC to play against the Carolina Panthers. The Panthers have been on fire ever since Cam Newton has come into his own. The Bears have also been firing on all cylinders with a few big wins in primetime games. Most recently, the Bears defeated the Jets on Monday Night Football. This game between the Bears and the Panthers will take place on Sunday, October 5th at 1PM at Bank of America Stadium.

NFL Week 5 Bears Panthers

The Bears will start Jay Cutler as quarterback against the Panthers. The Panthers look pretty good on defense this year so this game could be the ultimate test. Being that the Bears look like one of the best teams in the NFC North while the Panthers pass the eye ball test as being one of the top teams in the NFC South, its entirely plausible that these two teams could cross paths again in the 2014 NFL playoffs.

Ron Rivera is the coach of the Panthers and he is as defensive minded as they come. Rivera made a name for himself after diffusing Peyton Manning’s offensive attack while Rivera was defensive coordinator with the San Diego Chargers. Rivera is looking to make a name for himself as he tries to battle the surprisingly potent offense of the Chicago Bears.

Week 5 Bengals Patriots NFL Betting Lines

by Tim Delke in odds | Posted on October 2nd, 2014 | No Comments

Updated NFL betting lines for the Bengals and Patriots for NFL Week 5 feature the Patriots sitting as +2 point home underdogs after a tough loss on Monday night were they were demolished by the Kansas City Chiefs.

The Cincinnati Bengals will travel to Foxborough, MA to play the New England Patriots in front of an international audience on Sunday Night Football. The game is scheduled to kick off at Gillette Stadium at 8:30PM EST. The Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton has been on point but many Bengals fans wonder if Dalton can do more than lead the Bengals to a Super Bowl. In fact, many Bengals fans have been wondering when they will be able to enjoy a playoff victory. All of that could change as the Bengals have looked impressive against all formidable competition this year.

NFL Week 5 Betting Lines

Tom Brady and the Patriots aren’t slouches either. While the Super Bowl dynasty may have ended nearly 10 seasons ago, the Patriots are always dangerous in the postseason. Could this game be a preview of an AFC playoff or championship game? It’s entirely possible and the Patriots at home will serve as a way for the Bengals to truly measure their teams tenacity as they try to excel into the playoffs and eventually the Super Bowl.
Bill Bellichick, the coach of the Patriots, will look to diffuse the potent Bengals offense. While the Patriots may not have the defense in the league, the leadership of Bellichick always helps the Patriots find a way to bend but not break.

Texans at Cowboys NFL Week 5

by Tim Delke in odds | Posted on September 29th, 2014 | No Comments

With only one more game left in Week 4 with the Monday night game between the Patriots and Chiefs, we can now comfortable look ahead to NFL Week 5 betting odds with a big match up between Texas teams. The Dallas Cowboys are coming off of a big win against the Saints where the Cowboys were actually underdogs at home.

Week 5 of the NFL season will feature the battle of Texas as the Houston Texans travel up the road to Dallas to play the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. Often referred to as one of the nicest indoor arenas in the world, the Cowboys will host the upstart Texans in a rare meet up between the in-state rivals.

Week 5 Texans Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys will rely on Tony Romo to lead the team to victory while the Texans have banked their trust on Ryan Fitzpatrick. The Texans won in their opening week game which has elated the spirits of Texans fans. Since the Texans were able to draft Jadeveon Clowney with the first overall pick in the draft, many fans have renewed their optimism for the Texans franchise.

The Cowboys have an international following and this game will be packed to rafters with mostly Cowboys fans since this game is being played on their home turf. Texan’s head coach Bill O’Brien was apart of the New England Patriots Super Bowl dynasty years and he looks to bring that same winning attitude into the locker room of the Texans. The Cowboys will look to find their way into the playoffs and excel into Super Bowl if they can keep the wheels on the wagon and not make big mistakes in crunch time like they have in years past.

Week 4 Sunday Night Saints at Cowboys

by Tim Delke in betting | Posted on September 28th, 2014 | No Comments

After a Sunday full of ups and downs, we turn our attention towards the late game. If we have learned anything from NFL Week 4 it’s that home field advantage does not count for much. Unless you are playing in Seattle but the Seahawks had a bye week in Week 4.

Saints Cowboys Week 4

Current bookmakers have the Saints sitting at -3 point road favorites. the moneyline for the Dallas Cowboys is currently +130 a couple of hours before kickoff. You can bet on this game now by checking out our reviews of the top NFL online sportsbooks. The Top Bet sportsbook has the Game Total at 54 1/2 points so this is expected to be a high scoring game.

A couple of points to note before betting on this game and checking out current betting odds. The Saints Mark Ingram (Running Back), will not be playing in this game so expect them to focus on their passing game against a Dallas Cowboys secondary which has struggled this season. This is why you should bet on the over this game because defense on both sides will definitely not be a factor. Also worth mentioning is that the Cowboys are 1-4 Against the Spread in their last 5 games at home. What does this mean? It means that Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys choke when they play at home.

The Saints at Cowboys game will kickoff at 8:30 PM EST at AT&T Stadium and will be nationally televised on NBC. The Saints go into this game with a record of 1-2, compared to the Cowboys record of 2-1.

Packers Bears NFL Week 4 Predictions

by Tim Delke in betting | Posted on September 25th, 2014 | No Comments

As we continue with our NFL Week 4 predictions we look ahead to the Packers at Bears game. Current NFL online betting odds have the Packers sitting at +1.5 betting odds as home underdogs against a struggling Packers team.

The Green Bay Packers will travel to Soldier Field to play the Chicago Bears in a week 4 battle that will likely put one of these two teams on top of the NFC North divisional standings.

The Packers start Aaron Rodgers as a quarterback while the gunslinger Jay Cutler will get the start for the Bears. If you look at the stats of each of these teams, you’ll understand that the two teams are similar in almost every category. In fact, in the first two games of the season, the packers gained 322 yards per game while the Bears gained 321. The Packers threw for an average of 242 yards per game while the Bears threw for 255. The Bears are averaging 66 yards per game on the ground while the Packers have gained 80 yards.

Packers Bears Week 4

This week 4 football game will take place on September 28th 2014 at 1PM EST. Bears head coach Marc Trestman looks to bring his innovative offensive attack into Soldier Field to outperform the Packers defense. Packers head coach Mike McCarthy will need to engineer a plan to counter balance Trestman’s offense. The Packers and Bears are considered arch rivals with their histories going back to the beginning of the league. When the Packers and Bears play, many football experts mention that the game is personal for both players and fans.

NFL Week 4 Eagles at 49ers

by Tim Delke in news | Posted on September 24th, 2014 | No Comments

We will be one of the first ones to admit that NFL Week 4 does not have very many exciting matchups but we do have one game that sticks out and should be a real treat to watch and bet on. In NFL Week 4 Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles travel to Santa Clara to play the San Francisco 49ers. The Eagles are undefeated this season and the 49ers do not look like a playoff team at the moment. Below please view our latest updated Eagles and 49ers odds for NFL Week 4 betting.

Eagles 49ers Week 4

The Eagles will travel the span of the United States in order to play the late game versus the 49ers. The 49ers play all of their games at Levi’s stadium and this specific week 4 match up will take place on Sunday, September 28th at 4:25PM near Santa Clara, California. The Eagles are starting Nick Foles at quarterback. The 49ers are fielding Colin Kaepernick as their starting QB. For fantasy football gurus, the game gets exciting because the Eagles will start LeSean McCoy at running back while the 49ers will put the equally potent Frank Gore on the field.
These two teams always seem to put points up on the board when they play each other. The Eagles won the first game of their season while the 49ers were recently upset by the Bears. The biggest surprise of the NFC West is that the Arizona Cardinals finished the first two games going 2-0.

Although the 49ers are favorites to win the division, it may be concerning to 49ers fans that their team is currently tied (with three other teams) as being in last place in the NFC West division. If the Eagles emerge victorious on the road, the Eagles could improve to the best record in the NFC East.

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