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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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by Tim Delke in 2014 | Posted on September 15th, 2014 | 6 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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Titans Vs Bengals NFL Week 3

by Tim Delke in betting | Posted on September 16th, 2014 | No Comments

NFL Week 2 had more upsets than the Oscars so it begs the question, what does NFL Week 3 have in store for shy bettors?

We will start with our preview of the Tennessee Titans vs. Cincinnati Bengals game in NFL Week 3 action.

The Titans could be one of those teams that surprise the league with their win loss total at the end of the season. In their season opener, the Titans surprised the league by dominating the Chiefs on defense while Jake Locker played up to his potential. The Bengals also took care of business in their first game of the 2014 NFL season by defeating the Ravens 23-16. Since both of these two teams have gotten off to an incredible start, this week 3 match up could be a preview of a match up you could potentially see in the NFL playoffs.

Titans Bengals NFL Week 3

The Titans have shored up their defense with new talent on the field, coaching staff and front office. The Bengals may have lost Mike Zimmer but their star quarterback Andy Dalton is coming into form and the defense has been holding its own. This NFL week 3 betting matchup will take place at Paul Brown Stadium in Downtown Cincinnati on September 21st 2014. The Bengals are expected to be the front runners for the AFC North division while the Titans were picked to finish 3rd or 4th in their division.

After seeing the Tennessee Titan’s first game on the road in Kansas City, many experts could change their mind about this upstart Tennessee Titans team. The Bengals have been perennial one-and-dones in the playoffs over the past couple season. Many fans are wondering when the team can take it to the next level and make it to the Super Bowl.

Bears at 49ers Sunday Night Football

by Tim Delke in betting | Posted on September 14th, 2014 | No Comments

The San Diego Chargers upset the Seattle Seahawks, then the Broncos narrowly escaped a defeat at the hands of the Chiefs, so does this mean anything can happen on any given Sunday? Yes! What does this mean for the late Sunday Night football game between the Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers? Well, it means that despite the 49ers being posted as -8 point home favorites playing out of their new stadium in Santa Clara, the Chicago Bears still have a solid chance at not only covering the 8 points, but winning this game outright.

Bears 49ers NFL Betting

The Top Bet sportsbook has the Moneyline sitting at +260 betting odds for the Chicago Bears, and -320 for the 49ers. The game total for this late game is 48 points and we expect it to go over 48 points.

Just based on all the madness we have seen in the first 2 weeks of this NFL betting season, it may be worth a few bucks to put down a little cash on the Chicago Bears. Anything can happen in these nationally televised games and Jay Cutler may have a career game.

This game is going to kickoff at 8:30 PM EST so you still have a little time to get in on this game, plus you can always bet live during the game at the above reviewed online sportsbooks for NFL betting. The above game will be nationally televised on NBC.

Pending NFL Week 2 Picks

by Tim Delke in betting | Posted on September 14th, 2014 | No Comments

Wow, what a Sunday indeed so far! The New England Patriots whopped the Vikings 30-7 like Adrian Peterson whopped his kids.

NFL Week 2 Pending

Next up we have the Houston Texans at Oakland Raiders where the Raiders are +3 point home underdogs. We like the Houston Texans at -3 points in this game.

Next we have the New York Jets at Green Bay Packers. Current NFL odds have the Packers listed as -8 point home favorites. This is a huge point spread but we feel the Packers will cover at home. Take teh Packers at -8 points.

At the same time as the above games we have a big one where the Kansas City Chiefs and their stellar defense will head into Denver to play the Broncos. Online bookmakers have the Broncos listed as -13 point home favorites.

In the late game we have Chicago Bears and Jay Cutler traveling to Santa Clara to play the San Francisco 49ers. Online sportsbooks have the 49ers sitting at -7 point home favorites. We like this like and suggest betting on the 49ers with the -7 points for Sunday, September 14th, 2014 NFL Week 2 betting action.

Patriots at Vikings NFL Week 2

by Tim Delke in betting | Posted on September 14th, 2014 | No Comments

One of the biggest games in NFL Week 2 action is a matchup between the New England Patriots and Minnesota Vikings. Breaking news came out yesterday that Adrian Peterson has been indicted on child abuse charges and turned himself in on Saturday after an arrest warrant was issued Friday.

Adrian Peterson Arrested

Local police are alleging that Peterson was intoxicated and hit a child with a wooden stick after the child pushed another child off of a video motorbike game.

What does this mean for NFL bettors? Well, we liked the Patriots originally as -2.5 road favorites prior to this news, but after hearing this the line has jumped up to -6 points. 6 points will be a much tougher hill to climb but we still believe that the Patriots led by Tom Brady can cover the 6 point spread.

The current Total for this game in NFL Week 2 betting action is sitting at Over/Under 48 points. If you think that the Vikings can pull together a miraculous game under all this media pressure then take a look at the +170 moneyline.

Although if you want to bet on this game we say you take the Patriots at -6 points and don’t even bother watching this game because all they are going to be talking about is the Adrian Peterson and Ray Rice respective debacles.

If you are still looking for an online sportsbook to bet with this NFL season then check out our review of the best NFL betting sites reviewed above. Remember, the sportsbook is only as good as their last bonus, and you are only as good as your last win.

NFL Week 2 Betting Picks

by Tim Delke in predictions | Posted on September 13th, 2014 | No Comments

Welcome to, your home for the best NFL online betting picks and predictions. If you want to bet on NFL Week 2 or you need to update your NFL fatnasy pools, check out the below NFL betting predictions brought to you free by us, for us.

Baltimore and the Steelers kicked things off in Week 2 with the Ravens defeating the Steelers at -2.5 home favorites.

Next up we will be featuring our NFL betting picks just for the games we feel confidently about.

Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills: The Bills are home are +1 underdogs and we like what they did last week over the Chicago Bears. Take the Bills at +1 this Sunday.

The New England Patriots were upset again (like we said) by the Dolphins last week and we expect a big rebound game by the Pats over the Vikings. Take the New England Patriots at -4 points over Minnesota.

Next up on the board we like the current betting odds for the Atlanta Falcons at Cincinatti Bengals game. Current online sportsbooks have the Falcons sitting at +5 point road underdogs which is a great line. Take the Falcons at +5 points.

NFL Week 2 Picks

There you have it fellow bettors, our NFL Week 2 betting picks for your viewing enjoyment. There is nothing like watching a game on Sunday and having a little extra on the line.

If you do not yet have a betting account online they we suggest checking out the Bovada sportsbook which has pretty decent service, but sometimes just posts the betting lines later than we would like.

NFL Week 1 Recap

by Tim Delke in betting | Posted on September 11th, 2014 | No Comments

Before we can preview NFL Week 2 betting odds we need to take a recap of what happened in NFL Week 1. First up we will recap the Saints and Falcons overtime game.

NFL Week 2

In NFL Week 2 some of the biggest games to bet on will be the Thursday night game between the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers, and then on Sunday our favorite NFL game to bet on the Seattle Seahawks against the San Diego Chargers.

Saints vs. Falcons (Falcons win 37-34 in Overtime)
The New Orleans Saints travel to Atlanta to play one of their arch rivals in a week 1 NFL football game that could set the course for each of these teams’ seasons. The Falcon play their home games in downtown Atlanta at the Georgia Dome. The Falcons will put Matt Ryan on the field as quarterback as he has earned the right to lead this team. The Saints will have their franchise quarterback Drew Brees on the field and he is expected to play at his peak potential this season. This week 1 game will take place on September 7th at 1PM EST. The game will be broadcast on the Fox network as most NFC games are. This contentious rivalry will test the resolve of Sean Payton’s Saints and the direction of the Atlanta Falcons franchise. While the Saints won the Super Bowl several years back, the Falcons have sputtered in the playoffs. With so much riding on this season, it is difficult to see either of these teams not leaving it all out on the field in each of their games this season. These two teams could very well both make the playoffs on the NFC side of the bracket which gives this division twice as many chances to bring home the Lombardi trophy. This is certainly a rivalry to watch.

Bucs vs Panthers (Panthers win 20-14)
The early lead in the NFC South will be determined as each team in the conference will play each other in week 1. On Sunday, September 7th at 4:25EST, the Panthers and Buccaneers will kick-off their late afternoon game which will be held at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. The game will feature Cam Newton starting as quarterback for the Panthers. The Panthers were the surprise of the league last year by finishing the season with a 12-4 record. This allowed the Panthers to win the NFC South division which no one predicted. In fact, before last season had started, some fans had wanted Cam Newton to be benched. What a bad idea that would have been! The Panthers went on to lose to the 49ers in the playoffs. The Bucs are rebuilding their team and they look to get maximum value out of their 7th overall pick Mike Evans who is a wide receiver. The Bucs could be home field underdogs in this matchup which is a pretty uncommon occurrence in the NFL. Lovie Smith looks to bring this team back to respectability and many feel as if the former Bears coach is the motivation this talented group of young men needs in order to win some football games in the 2014-2015 season.

49ers vs Cowboys (49ers win 28-17)
The San Francisco 49ers must travel to AT&T Stadium in order to play America’s Team which is better known as the Dallas Cowboys. The Cowboys will start Tony Romo as quarterback and many Cowboys fans are wondering when this team will ever make the Super Bowl again. The Cowboys had a magical Super Bowl run in the early 90s when Troy Aikman and Emmett Smith were dominating NFL teams. Those days are long gone and the 49ers are likely to be the favorites in the football game. The Cowboys have brought in some good talent during the offseason which should make this Cowboys team different from teams that have been fielded in the past few years. This late game will likely be the featured game on Fox which means the game will likely be broadcasted to entire USA. The Cowboys will look to defeat the favored 49ers and begin their season 1-0. Head Coach Jason Garrett is searching for signature wins to add to his resume and beating the 49ers in week 1 would send a message to the rest of the league noting that the Cowboys are a legitimate threat to hoist the Lombardi trophy. If coach Harbaugh and the 49ers have any say about that, the 49ers will find themselves in the Super Bowl in 2015 with a Lombardi trophy to show for it.

Colts vs. Broncos (Broncos win 31-24)
The Colts will travel to Denver for the first game of the season in what has become an unlikely rivalry. Although the Broncos and Colts are both in AFC, each of the teams hadn’t participated in too many clashes in the past. Once Peyton Manning went to the Broncos and the Colts drafted Andrew Luck, the rivalry was renewed. The rivalry reignited when the Colts were severe underdogs against the Broncos and the Colts went on to win against the Broncos. Broncos coach John Fox will bring his best game plan to defeat the upstart Colts. This game will take place at on Sunday Night Football which is broadcast internationally by NBC. The Colts are fully expected to win the AFC South and the Broncos are expected to find a way into the playoffs as long as Peyton Manning stays healthy. This week 1 matchup could be a preview of a game we could see play out again in January during the NFL playoffs. Each of these teams has low futures odds assigned to them which means each of the teams have a good chance of making the Super Bowl. In fact, some analysts are picking the Broncos as the early favorites to win the Super Bowl in 2015.

Ravens Lose Without Ray Rice

by Tim Delke in 2014 | Posted on September 10th, 2014 | No Comments

The Baltimore Ravens are coming off a rough week going into NFL Week 2 where they will be facing the Pittsburgh Steelers. Of course, Ray Rice will not be playing with the Ravens as he continues to battle his demons.

Ravens Ray Rice

The battle for the AFC North division will commence on Week 1 of the 2014 NFL Season. The Bengals travel to Baltimore where they have had trouble competing against Joe Flacco and the Ravens in recent years. Franchise quarterback Andy Dalton must prove himself this season and do better than a one and done performance in the playoffs. Marvin Lewis, who was named Bengals head coach in 2003, has enjoyed moderate success while leading the Bengals.

The Ravens look to get their season started out on a positive vibe as they attempt to defeat the Cincinnati Bengals as they travel to M&T Stadium. The Ravens will need to start the season off hot as they have one of the toughest schedules in the league. The team is trying to rebuild their defense as evidenced by the draft. In fact, some analysts feel as if C.J. Mosley was the steal of the draft. This linebacker will certainly fill a gap that the Ravens need.

Each of these teams has the skill to host the AFC championship trophy and play in the Super Bowl. Since the Ravens are playing this game at home, they will likely be marginal favorites in this week 1 AFC North matchup.

Chargers Cardinals Monday Night Football

by Tim Delke in betting | Posted on September 8th, 2014 | No Comments

What a crazy NFL Week 1 it was and it’s not quite over. Tonight the San Diego Chargers face the Arizona Cardinals in the Monday Night Football game. The second half of the perennial NFL Monday Night Football double header features two west coast teams. The Cardinals will host the Chargers for a showdown in the desert. To check out current NFL betting odds for this game visit the TopBet sportsbook. Each of these teams can be considered a wild card considering the fact that these two teams could show up in the Super Bowl or they could not even make the playoffs. Both the Chargers and the Cardinals play in ultra-competitive divisions with teams that have played against each other last year.

Chargers Cardinals MNF Betting

The Cardinals look to stand out wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald in order to put the team on his back and go the distance like they have done before. The Chargers are putting their eggs in the basket of Philip Rivers as he always put up good numbers since becoming the quarterback of the Chargers franchise. This Monday Night Football game will be shown on ESPN and kick off is scheduled for 10:20EST. This means that those on the West coast will be able to watch the game at 7:20PM PST. This should be an entertaining football game that will wrap up the Week 1 festivities. The Cardinals are rebuilding but this home game should be the game in which they set their course for the rest of the season. Even if the Cardinals lose by a small margin, it could be considered a moral victory for this young team.

Be sure to check back here for NFL Week 2 online betting odds and picks.

Buffalo Bills Upset Chicago Bears

by Tim Delke in betting | Posted on September 8th, 2014 | No Comments

NFL Week 1 started out with a bang. After the Seattle Seahawks whipped the Green Bay Packers on Thursday, the Buffalo Bills surprised us all by beating the Chicago Bears in Chicago. The Bills had 23 points to the Bears 20. The sportsbooks took a beating with the Bears loss and we look to continue this trend going into NFL Week 2.

Bills Bears NFL Betting

The Buffalo Bills travel to Soldier Field to play the Chicago Bears during Week 1 of the NFL season. These two teams will face off in what will be a hardnosed, close football game. These two teams are evenly matched and this game could come down to final play. It is unclear which team will be the favorite at kick-off. Many analysts believe that the preseason of each of these teams will tell us more about their postseason trajectory.

This Sunday afternoon game starts at 1PM EST and the game will be broadcast in the USA on the Fox network. The Bills picked up Sammy Watkins, a highly touted wide receiver, with the 4th overall pick in the NFL draft. Watkins is expected to become an offensive weapon which is sorely needed by the Bills. The Bears picked up Kyle Fuller, a cornerback, with the 14th pick overall in the NFL draft. The Bears also shored up their defensive line by selecting Ego Ferguson as the 51st pick and Will Sutton as the 82nd overall pick. Bears coach Marc Trestman is widely regarded as an offensive genius and his brand of football is expected to help Jay Culter lift the Bears back into the postseason and eventually the Super Bowl.

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