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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 2012 and beyond!
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Best NFL Betting Sites

by Tim Delke in sportsbook | Posted on February 2nd, 2014 | 1 Comment

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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 2013 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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Super Bowl 48 Betting Preview

by Tim Delke in odds | Posted on January 28th, 2014 | No Comments

In the following Super Bowl 48 betting preview we will cover the Denver Broncos being posted as -3 point favorites over the Seattle Seahawks.

Did you know that Bovada gives Americans the most comprehensive online sports betting experience on the web today? Super Bowl 2014 betting at Bovada is the best experience for Americans because Bovada provides more options than any of its other competitors.

On sports books like Bovada, you can bet on the Super Bowl from nearly any aspect. Did you know that you can bet on the number of touchdown passes thrown by Russell Wilson? You can also bet on the number of INTs thrown by Peyton Manning, if any. Bovada lets you NFL bet on who you think will be the Super Bowl MVP as well as other novelty bets that are gaining a lot of attention.

Seattle Seahawks v Denver Broncos

Did you know that Bovada is currently giving you 25/1 odds on whether or not the power will go out at this year’s Super Bowl? These exotic bets are what set Bovada apart from the rest of the competition. You can always opt for more traditional betting structures at Bovada. For example, you can always bet on money line, point spread or over/under wagers at Bovada. Currently, the betting lines are Denver (-3) and the over/under line is 47 points. The Broncos are favored at (-140) if you’d like to bet on the money line.

Greatest Sports Upsets: Miracle on Ice

by Tim Delke in news | Posted on January 26th, 2014 | No Comments

With a potential NFL upset looming in Super Bowl 48 between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks, many NFL fans are looking forward to a possible big pay day. This got us to thinking about some of the biggest sports upsets of all time in American sports.

The Miracle on Ice was the name coined for the Ice Hockey match between the Soviet Union and the United States of America in the 1980 winter Olympics, which the United States had officially boycotted.

The match defines the term “upset win” on so many levels. Firstly, it was during the cold war, when tensions were at a sky high between the two superpowers at that time; the Soviet Union and the United States of America. This was more than just a hockey match; it was a war for supremacy between the two mighty titans.

The Russians had dominated the ice rink, with a spotless track record and experienced players who had more than a few years of working together. The Americans on the other hand, were a group of amateur hockey players, most of them on the collegiate level, with little to no experience working as a team on the rink. Being the 7th seed among the 12 teams in the 1980’s Olympics, the odds were heavily against them. To add to the odds, the Russians had already beaten the Americans once, with a score of 10-3. Things definitely weren’t looking good for Uncle Sam.

What followed, however, went completely against predictions. With a tied score of 3-3 and a little time left on the clock, the legendary words of Al Michael “Do you believe in miracles? Yes!” resonated television sets as the Americans scored a final score for a 4-3 win, proving that miracles really do happen.

NFL Offseason Conditioning

by Tim Delke in news | Posted on January 18th, 2014 | No Comments

The NFL’s New York Jets: Off-season NFL conditioning and how they train during the playoffs that they are not in.

Every spring brings in dozens of elite NFL players to the University of Miami for one of the toughest “balls to the wall” off-season conditioning regimens. As you set foot inside the training facility which is imperative if they want to make it to Super Bowl 2014 for online betting picks and predictions, don’t be surprised to see a linebacker squinting while exhaling or barking an expletive or two as he attempts to complete a 100-rep set of Javorek Jackknife crunches.

NFL Training Camp

This is the weight room in the University of Miami, where NFL warriors assemble as early as 6:30 am to take in a good punishment and ready themselves for the battle next season. The windows here boast panoramic and scenic views of the practice field. Just a few feet away you’d see another player knock down a set of fast, explosive bicep curls. Look the other way, and you’d see another one squatting near-mammoth loads. Affectionately referred to as the “the U”, veteran NFL players keep the place quite busy during off-season.

Strength coaches of almost all teams prefer that the players spend their downtime training in the teams’ respective headquarters. This not only reinforces the team concept, but also boosts camaraderie and brotherhood. If nothing else, it acts as a great motivator for those less than thrilled to spend time in the weight room during off-season.

NFL Conference Finals

by Tim Delke in betting | Posted on January 17th, 2014 | No Comments

Omaha! Can you believe that Peyton Manning yelled out “Omaha!” 42 times in last Sunday’s Broncos win over the San Diego Chargers? Rumor on the street is that Omaha Steaks is prepared to pay Peyton Manning a hefty sum of cash if Peyton Manning yells out “Omaha Steaks” in his next game.

This Sunday we have two very exciting NFL Conference Final games to preview. In the early game we have a huge matchup between Peyton Manning of the Denver Broncos hosting Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in yet another AFC Conference Final game. Top sports betting sites have the Broncos to win this game by -4 points which will be a daunting task against a very well coached Patriots team with Bill Belichick behind the wheel.

Peyton Manning Betting

In the late game for the West Coast we have the San Francisco 49ers traveling to Seattle to play the Seahawks and the 12th man. Current NFL playoff betting odds have Seahawks favored to win the NFC Championship by -3 points.

These NFL Conference Finals odds are being pulled from the TopBet.eu Sportsbook in case you were wondering. Current Super Bowl 2014 wagering odds are also up with the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks the two favorites to win Super Bowl 48.

Saints at Seahawks Playoff Odds

by Tim Delke in betting | Posted on January 9th, 2014 | No Comments

Many questions have been asked over the past few days including, “Can the New Orleans Saints upset the Seattle Seahawks in Seattle?”, followed with, “Are Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks defense overrated?”

All these questions and more will be answered this Saturday, January 11th, 2014 at 4:35 PM EST when the New Orleans Saints travel to the Pacific Northwest to face the Seattle Seahawks. Current NFL betting odds have the Seattle Seahawks sitting pretty as -8 point home favorites, despite coming off of a bye week where we all saw a heroic effort from Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints.

Saints Seahawks Betting

It seems like just a few years ago the Saints won over the hearts of the nation after winning the Super Bowl and bringing back hope to a city that had lost so much. New Orleans is a town that is still rebuilding from the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and Drew Brees took the world by surprise when that team won the NFL’s most illustrious honor.

The Saints are outsiders make it to the Super Bowl this season but that has never stopped this upstart football team. Sean Payton seems to be coaching at the highest level and team seems to be playing solid all around. It will be interesting to see if the Saints make it into the playoffs as a wild card or as a division winner. The Saints rarely lose in their home of the Super Dome and the offense seems work better on turf than it does in outdoor settings. This leads up to an important question. Could the Saints be hurt by playing in an outdoor Super Bowl? Tune in on February 2nd 2014 to see the exciting conclusion of the NFL season. The Saints are currently at 11/1 betting odds to win the Super Bowl.

Best NFL Week 17 Bets

by Tim Delke in betting | Posted on December 27th, 2013 | No Comments

In the last week of NFL football, Week 17, we preview the best NFL bets to help you get a leg up on your sportsbook going into the 2014 NFL Playoffs. We have two very exciting games to bet on this weekend; Ravens and Bengals, and Packers and Bears in a Divisional Game that will feature Aaron Rodgers`s return to the Packers. It`s win or go home this Sunday.

The defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens will look to extend their season by sneaking into the playoffs with a win against the Bengals. Andy Dalton is the quarterback for the Bengals and his efficient play has been good enough for this defensive minded team to lead the AFC North division most of the year. This week 17 clash between the Ravens and Bengals will take place at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio on December 29th 2013 at 1PM EST. Joe Flacco received a large contract last year and this game could define his career going forward as a quarterback on the up tick or the down tick based on his performance.

The Bengals and Ravens are always fun teams to place bets on because the spreads in these intense division rivalry games seems to grind out very small margins of victory. This being said, betting the spread on this game could be tricky because it could go either way. The Ravens will be desperate for a win and this game could be a make or break game for many of the players on the roster. Money line wagers are encouraged on this game. Finding sports betting action online is fast, fun and easy regardless of where you live. Use the internet to bet on the NFL today.

NFL Week 16 Online Betting

by Tim Delke in sportsbetting | Posted on December 20th, 2013 | No Comments

Week 16 NFL Odds: Indianapolis Colts at Kansas City Chiefs

If you are looking to do a little sportsbetting in NFL Week 16 then we have some big matchups which we call our best NFL games to bet on this Sunday.

The Colts and the Chiefs are two of the biggest surprises in the 2013 NFL Season. The Chiefs play a hard nosed style of football while Andrew Luck and the Colts air it out and win games with a finesse offense. When Reggie Wayne was injured, the Colts began to look like a different team. The Chiefs have also shown that they aren’t invincible after losing a few games after their hot start to the season. These two teams are definitely above average and there is a good chance that this week 16 face off at Arrowhead Pond in Kansas City will be a preview of an AFC playoff game we will see in January. Alex Smith and the Chiefs will look to defend their home turf as the Colts come to play on Sunday, December 22nd 2013 at 1PM EST.

NFL Week 16 Sportsbetting

The Chiefs are projected to be the favorites in this NFL week 16 game. Wagering on the NFL using a sports book is a way that many football fans liven up their game day experience. Finding NFL odds online is easy if you are prudent and put in the research. There are reviews available for online football betting websites that cater to USA, Canadian and international gambling patrons.

Baltimore Ravens at Detroit Lions Betting

by Tim Delke in odds | Posted on December 15th, 2013 | No Comments

If you want to bet on this Monday’s NFL matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and Detroit Lions check out the below betting odds that have the Lions sitting at -6 point home favorites.

The Baltimore Ravens will look to make the playoffs one year after winning the Super Bowl. It will certainly be an uphill battle because the team has been trailing the Bengals in the AFC North division all season long. If the pieces fall into play in week 14, the week 15 matchup with the Lions could have big playoff implications for this team if they are able to win.

The Lions have been leading their NFC north division for the majority of the season yet their lead is razor thin over their ultra-competitive division. Joe Flacco will look to lead his team to victory on the road in Detroit as these two teams meet up on Monday Night Football in Week 15. This game will be telecast nationwide and internationally at 8:40PM EST on Monday, December 16th 2013.

Monday Night Football

The Lions will be the home favorites in this game and this should be a good game to bet the over under. These two teams certainly know how to put some points and since this game is being held in a dome, a recommended wager for this contest is on the over, given that the point total is reasonable.

Monday Night Football games typically tend to be high scoring and this game expected to be no exception.

Falcons at Packers

by Tim Delke in news | Posted on December 7th, 2013 | No Comments

This Sunday we have a slew of crucial NFL matchups that will either secure or end any playoff hopes NFL teams on the bubble have. One big matchup this Sunday, December 8th, 2013 comes to us from nowhere else but Green Bay.

The Matt Ryan led Atlanta Falcons will travel to Green Bay to play the Packers. Betting odds earlier this week opened up at -6.5 for the Green Bay Packers but some online sportsbooks such as Bovada have temporarily removed betting odds between the Falcons and Packers. Basically, if the Green Bay Packers want a shot to make it into the 2014 NFL Playoffs then this Sunday’s game is a must win, and in order to win Aaron Rodgers must play.

Aaron Rodgers Injury

Will Aaron Rodgers Play

This week started out with many fans and bettors asking Will Aaron Rodgers Play on Sunday? and those questions were answered with reports that Rodgers was 2/3 of the way in returning as of Wednesday, however this has changed once again. Insiders are now predicting Aaron Rodgers will not play this Sunday which indicates a really good chance that the Packers will lose and thus killing off any hopes of making the playoffs. The latest update on Aaron Rodger’s injury is that his broken collar bone has not healed properly and is more like 1/3 of the way in returning. Matt Flynn will be starting in place of Aaron Rodgers on Sunday in NFL Week 14.

If you want to bet on this game check out the above reviewed NFL online betting sites to find the latest Falcons and Packers betting odds.



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