Aug 102014

CappersMall visitors have another reason to like cappersmall on Facebook with an exclusive facebook only NFL contest. Predict the winner on opening night of the NFL regular season. Green Bay Packers at Seattle Seahawks on 9/4/14.

1. Pick the ATS winner: Packers +5.5, Seahawks -5.5
2. Pick the over/under 44.5
3. Tiebreaker – How many passing yards will Aaron Rodgers throw for?

You must go 2-0 ATS and total to get to the tiebreaker winner.

The winner will win a NFL sideline official Reebok visor. Choice between San Diego Chargers, Cleveland Browns or Cincinnati Bengals visor. Shipped free to US and Canada only. Must be 18 years of age to win. Must post winners in the correct facebook post. Deadline is kickoff on opening night. Tiebreakers most also be posted before kickoff.

More facebook promotions and contests coming soon!

Jul 292014

The NFL Pick 5 buy-in contest is back for another year. One of the more popular contests, it follows the LVH with regards to scoring. Each player makes 5 picks per week and gets a point for each correct win and a tie for each push. Here is a summary of the rules. For a full list of the rules or questions and answers please visit the forum.

Pick 5 games per week.

All odds will be posted by Wednesday/Thursday each week from 5dimes or Bookmaker

Sides and Totals only

The weekly deadline for picks in this contest is 1:00PM EST and all picks must be made at same time.

You must post your pick without abbreviations and with the odds posted.

On totals you must post both teams with the word over or under and odds posted.

Please understand these simplify scoring and cut down on mistakes, misunderstandings and problems. Warnings will only be given out on week #1.

One point for each win, 1/2 for ties, 0 for loss

100% of the entry
1st place – 60%
2nd place – 25%
3rd place – 15%


For more information please visit the contest forums

Jul 252014

Everyone’s favorite contest is back for the 2-14/2015 season. NFL Survivor is a game of strategy with the goal of picking one winner each week without pointspreads. Sounds easy right?

Each week you will select one team to win (no pointspreads). If you win – you move on to the next week. Lose and you are eliminated. If you miss a pick you are eliminated. The last lone survivor will win. The contest will run until there is one winner. In the event of a tie game – both sides will be considered a loss.

The contest will begin the first week of the NFL regular season.

There will be a thread started by Cappers Mall each week right here in this section for you to enter your picks. The thread will be started on Tuesday’s of each week. You must post inside the correct thread.

You must make your picks by Sunday at 1:00 pm EST. The thread may or may not be locked at that time but there will be no exceptions. Picks may not be emailed in under any circumstance. They must be posted in the thread. IF you decide to wait until the last minute to make picks and the web site is down or any other reason beyond our control – you take that chance and again no exceptions will be made. EVEN if you play a late game they must be entered before 1.

You may play any NFL game. If you want to pick a Thursday night game you must play before Thursday. If you play a Monday night game you must submit by Sunday at 1:00 PM EST


The entry fee for this contest is $50. For more information about joining or the full rules please click here.

Jul 242014

Last year the Arizona Cardinals covered against the spread at the highest percentage for the 2013 season. Arizona finished 11-5 (68.8%). The spreads aren’t official but they’ll face a tougher schedule

1 Mon, Sep 8 San Diego 10:20 PM
2 Sun, Sep 14 at NY Giants 1:00 PM
3 Sun, Sep 21 San Francisco 4:05 PM
5 Sun, Oct 5 at Denver 4:05 PM
6 Sun, Oct 12 Washington 4:25 PM
7 Sun, Oct 19 at Oakland 4:25 PM
8 Sun, Oct 26 Philadelphia 4:05 PM
9 Sun, Nov 2 at Dallas 1:00 PM
10 Sun, Nov 9 St. Louis 4:25 PM
11 Sun, Nov 16 Detroit 4:25 PM
12 Sun, Nov 23 at Seattle 4:05 PM
13 Sun, Nov 30 at Atlanta 4:05 PM
14 Sun, Dec 7 Kansas City 4:05 PM
15 Thu, Dec 11 at St. Louis 8:25 PM
16 Sun, Dec 21 Seattle 8:30 PM
17 Sun, Dec 28 at San Francisco 4:25 PM

Here are all the spread numbers for each NFL team last year

Arizona 11-5-0 68.8% +4.4
Seattle 13-6-0 68.4% +5.1
San Francisco 12-6-1 66.7% +3.3
San Diego 11-6-1 64.7% +3.8
Cincinnati 10-6-1 62.5% +3.4
Denver 11-7-1 61.1% +1.3
Indianapolis 11-7-0 61.1% +1.6
NY Jets 9-6-1 60.0% -2.4
Carolina 9-7-1 56.2% +3.7
Dallas 9-7-0 56.2% 0.0
Miami 9-7-0 56.2% -0.8
Minnesota 9-7-0 56.2% -1.5
Pittsburgh 9-7-0 56.2% +0.1
New Orleans 10-8-0 55.6% +3.1
Kansas City 9-8-0 52.9% +5.5
Buffalo 8-8-0 50.0% +0.3
New England 9-9-0 50.0% +2.7
Philadelphia 8-9-0 47.1% +1.2
Oakland 7-8-1 46.7% -1.9
Atlanta 7-9-0 43.8% -3.8
Baltimore 7-9-0 43.8% -1.7
Green Bay 7-9-1 43.8% -2.9
NY Giants 7-9-0 43.8% -3.8
St Louis 7-9-0 43.8% +3.0
Tennessee 6-8-2 42.9% -0.1
Cleveland 6-10-0 37.5% -3.5
Detroit 6-10-0 37.5% -1.2
Tampa Bay 6-10-0 37.5% -2.1
Jacksonville 5-10-1 33.3% -2.8
Washington 5-11-0 31.2% -6.3
Chicago 4-11-1 26.7% -2.2
Houston 4-12-0 25.0% -9.4

Jul 242014

Lebron mania has subsided for a little while the NFL preseason is less than two weeks ago. With that in mind we take a look at the updated Super Bowl odds

Seattle Seahawks +525
Denver Broncos +640
San Francisco 49ers +675
New England Patriots +800
Green Bay Packers +1200
New Orleans Saints +1600
Indianapolis Colts +2000
Philadelphia Eagles +2700
Cincinnati Bengals +3100
Pittsburgh Steelers +3500
Baltimore Ravens +3700
Atlanta Falcons +3800
Chicago Bears +3800
New York Giants +4000
Arizona Cardinals +4200
Carolina Panthers +4400
Kansas City Chiefs +4400
San Diego Chargers +4500
St Louis Rams +5000
Detroit Lions +5000
Washington Redskins +5200
Houston Texans +6000
Dallas Cowboys +6000
Miami Dolphins +6000
New York Jets +7500
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +7500
Cleveland Browns +9000
Minnesota Vikings +11000
Buffalo Bills +12500
Tennessee Titans +20000
Oakland Raiders +25000
Jacksonville Jaguars +30000
Jul 232014

The NFL brings out the best in all of us and all of us want to be the best NFL handicapper. CappersMall has released details on the 13th annual best damn handicapping contest and it’s free for all forum members.

• You must be registered in the Cappers Mall forums
• One entry/ip per person
• Contest will start with the first reg season game and end with the last regular season game
• Only NFL plays (sides and totals) will be allowed
• Each contestant must select three plays per week.
• Less than 3 plays submitted will constitute a loss for every pick under 3.
• Each contestant is allowed three weekends to not select plays (pass) without penalty. After 3 passes – you will be DQ from prizes
• You may not pass on the last week of contest. For the last 3 weeks of the contest, I may allow plays to be posted to me privately as an option which I will post at the deadline. These picks will be posted when games tip off.
• Only plays entered in the correct contest thread will be counted. You may only post once per week. Use all three of your games in one post. The deadline for posting picks is 1:00 PM Sunday. Later posts will not count. If you start a new thread with your picks or post it in the wrong place it may be deleted. You must post in the contest thread.
• Each play will be worth 110/100
• This contest will be the regular season only
• Threads will be started for the week every Wednesday and lines will be from Wednesday lines and will not change. Everyone will use the same lines
• You MUST post the team name clearly (avoid abbreviations) with the listed odds posted with your pick. The weekly deadline for picks in this contest is 1:00PM EST and all picks must be made at same time.
You must post your pick without abbreviations and with the betting odds posted.
On totals you must post both teams with the word over or under and odds posted.

For the full list of rules, prizes and how to registerclick here!

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Oct 032012

You don’t have to be a rocket scientist or a “Norman Einstein,” as Joe Theisman famously said, to understand why NFL betting students might favor a team coming off a week’s rest over one that has far less time to nurse the collective wounds that are part of the struggle that comes with playing professional football. Of course, operators of sportsbooks also know that teams coming off their bye week will have a physical advantage over teams that played the previous weekend, so blindly betting on a team with rest is no sure path to success.


In fact, since 1990, when the schedule began granting each team a single weekend of rest, the margin for NFL betting profit is quite narrow. In more than 700 games played, teams coming off a bye week own just 36 more straight up (SU) wins than those teams that played the previous week. And when wagering numbers are added to the equation, the advantage shrinks in half, to a mere plus 18 covers against the spread (ATS) for the rested team. Unfortunately for bettors, that’s not nearly enough to even beat the vigorish.


So, clearly, with wagering on a team coming off a bye week being anything but a sure thing, savvy NFL betting practitioners have looked to refine the process by concentrating on specific teams that have a proven history of success in these situations. Let’s take a look at some of them:


Denver: Since 1990, the Broncos are 17-6 both SU and ATS following their bye week. Maybe Denver players, because of the thin air in which they play, benefit more from a week’s rest than do players who play in cities at or near sea level. Last year, the Broncos traveled to Miami following their off week, covering their role as a 1-point favorite with an 18-15 victory over the Dolphins. This season, Denver gets a bye after its fifth game on October 15, a Monday night encounter with San Diego. The Broncos then get the Saints in Mile High Stadium, Oct. 28. Denver is 12-3 ATS at home, following a bye week. New Orleans will be coming off a road game at Tampa Bay and will have to fly across the country to Denver. So this could be a good opportunity for bettors.


Dallas: The Cowboys are 16-7 SU and a bankroll-boosting 16-7 ATS since 1990 after a week’s rest. Last year, following its bye week, Dallas traveled to New England as a 6 1/2-point underdog to face the Patriots. New England prevailed, 20-16, but the Cowboys beat the spread. Dallas gets its bye week after its fourth game of the season this year, a Monday Night Football game at home versus Chicago, Oct. 1. Then it’s on to Baltimore for a tough game against the Ravens, Oct. 14. The Cowboys are 10-4 ATS on the road, following their bye week. The Ravens, meanwhile, will be coming off an Oct. 7 game with the Chiefs in Kansas City, never an easy place for visitors to flourish.


Philadelphia: The Eagles are a League-leading best 19-4 SU following a week’s rest and an impressive 16-7 ATS in that situation but are not a wagering play this year. That’s because Philadelphia’s opponent this season, Atlanta, also will be coming off a week of rest at the same time before meeting the Eagles in Philadelphia, Oct. 14. Obviously, it’s important to check the schedule.


Arizona: Even with a loss last year following a bye week, the Cardinals are a profitable 14-8 ATS following their week of rest. Arizona gets it bye week late this year, on Nov. 11, following what looks like a difficult game at Green Bay, Nov. 4. The Cardinals are on the road again, Nov. 18, to face the Falcons in Atlanta. Historically, this has been a good spot for Arizona, which has posted a 5-2 record as a road underdog following its bye week.


Just as there are teams to bet on when coming off a week’s rest, there also are teams that have failed to capitalize on their bye week, presenting the NFL betting fans with “bet-against” opportunities:


Seattle: The Seahawks are an NFL-worst 5-17-1 ATS following their bye week, including a push against the Browns in Cleveland last season. Seattle’s bye comes late this year, after the 10th weekend of the season, when the Seahawks play the Jets at home, Nov. 11. The team then flies across the country to face the Dolphins in Miami, Nov. 25. Going back more than two decades, Seattle is 4-10 ATS on the road following a week of rest.


Oakland: The Raiders are 9-14 ATS following a week of rest, including a 38-24 outright loss to the Broncos in Oakland last year when the Silver and Black were 7-point favorites. Oakland’s bye comes in week 5 this season, after a trip to Denver, Sept. 30. The team then travels to Atlanta, Oct. 14. The Raiders are 4-5 as a road underdog off a week’s rest so it could be worse.


Every team gains a physical benefit from a week’s rest but savvy NFL betting enthusiasts understand that each game and each situation brings its own pointspread challenges and only through careful, in-depth analysis can the chances for success be maximized.

Oct 022012

The NFL is through week 5 and only the Houston Texans, Atlanta Falcons and Arizona Cardinals are undefeated at 4-0. Here is updated betting odds to win the Super Bowl

Super Bowl XLVII   -   10/4/2012 8:25 PM (EST)
Houston Texans +465
San Francisco 49ers +600
New England Patriots +700
Atlanta Falcons +750
Green Bay Packers +800
Baltimore Ravens +950
Philadelphia Eagles +1900
San Diego Chargers +2000
Chicago Bears +2200
New York Giants +2500
Denver Broncos +2700
Arizona Cardinals +3000
Pittsburgh Steelers +3300
Dallas Cowboys +4000
Cincinnati Bengals +5500
Minnesota Vikings +7000
New York Jets +10000
Seattle Seahawks +10000
New Orleans Saints +12500
Detroit Lions +12500
Washington Redskins +12500
Buffalo Bills +13500
Carolina Panthers +25000
Kansas City Chiefs +30000
St Louis Rams +33000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +35000
Miami Dolphins +40000
Indianapolis Colts +50000
Tennessee Titans +50000
Oakland Raiders +60000
Jacksonville Jaguars +75000
Cleveland Browns +100000
Sep 302012
Head to Head Matchups (Since 2001) Head to Head Matchups (Since 2001)
Atlanta leads 15-7 New England leads 20-2
11-Dec-11 CAR 23, ATL 31 1-Jan-12 NE 49, BUF 21
16-Oct-11 CAR 17, @ATL 31 25-Sep-11 NE 31, @BUF 34
2-Jan-11 CAR 10, @ATL 31 26-Dec-10 NE 34, @BUF 3
12-Dec-10 CAR 10, ATL 31 26-Sep-10 NE 38, BUF 30
15-Nov-09 CAR 28, ATL 19 20-Dec-09 NE 17, @BUF 10
20-Sep-09 CAR 20, @ATL 28 14-Sep-09 NE 25, BUF 24
23-Nov-08 CAR 28, @ATL 45 28-Dec-08 NE 13, @BUF 0
28-Sep-08 CAR 24, ATL 9 9-Nov-08 NE 20, BUF 10
11-Nov-07 CAR 13, ATL 20 18-Nov-07 NE 56, @BUF 10
23-Sep-07 CAR 27, @ATL 20 23-Sep-07 NE 38, BUF 7
24-Dec-06 CAR 10, @ATL 3 22-Oct-06 NE 28, @BUF 6
10-Sep-06 CAR 6, ATL 20 10-Sep-06 NE 19, BUF 17
1-Jan-06 CAR 44, @ATL 11 11-Dec-05 NE 35, @BUF 7
4-Dec-05 CAR 24, ATL 6 30-Oct-05 NE 21, BUF 16
18-Dec-04 CAR 31, @ATL 34 14-Nov-04 NE 29, BUF 6
3-Oct-04 CAR 10, ATL 27 3-Oct-04 NE 31, @BUF 17
7-Dec-03 CAR 14, @ATL 20 27-Dec-03 NE 31, BUF 0
28-Sep-03 CAR 23, ATL 3 7-Sep-03 NE 0, @BUF 31
24-Nov-02 CAR 0, ATL 41 8-Dec-02 NE 27, BUF 17
20-Oct-02 CAR 0, @ATL 30 3-Nov-02 NE 38, @BUF 7
25-Nov-01 CAR 7, ATL 10 16-Dec-01 NE 12, @BUF 9
23-Sep-01 CAR 16, @ATL 24 11-Nov-01 NE 21, BUF 11
Head to Head Matchups (Since 2001)
San Diego leads 12-10 Head to Head Matchups (Since 2001)
31-Oct-11 SD 20, @KC 23
25-Sep-11 SD 20, KC 17 Seattle leads 15-6
12-Dec-10 SD 31, KC 0 12-Dec-11 SEA 30, STL 13
13-Sep-10 SD 14, @KC 21 20-Nov-11 SEA 24, @STL 7
29-Nov-09 SD 43, KC 14 2-Jan-11 SEA 16, STL 6
25-Oct-09 SD 37, @KC 7 3-Oct-10 SEA 3, @STL 20
14-Dec-08 SD 22, @KC 21 29-Nov-09 SEA 27, @STL 17
9-Nov-08 SD 20, KC 19 13-Sep-09 SEA 28, STL 0
2-Dec-07 SD 24, @KC 10 14-Dec-08 SEA 23, @STL 20
30-Sep-07 SD 16, KC 30 21-Sep-08 SEA 37, STL 13
17-Dec-06 SD 20, KC 9 25-Nov-07 SEA 24, @STL 19
22-Oct-06 SD 27, @KC 30 21-Oct-07 SEA 33, STL 6
24-Dec-05 SD 7, @KC 20 12-Nov-06 SEA 24, STL 22
30-Oct-05 SD 28, KC 20 15-Oct-06 SEA 30, @STL 28
2-Jan-05 SD 24, KC 17 13-Nov-05 SEA 31, STL 16
28-Nov-04 SD 34, @KC 31 9-Oct-05 SEA 37, @STL 31
30-Nov-03 SD 24, KC 28 8-Jan-05 SEA 20, STL 27
7-Sep-03 SD 14, @KC 27 14-Nov-04 SEA 12, @STL 23
22-Dec-02 SD 22, @KC 24 10-Oct-04 SEA 27, STL 33
13-Oct-02 SD 35, KC 34 14-Dec-03 SEA 22, @STL 27
23-Dec-01 SD 17, @KC 20 21-Sep-03 SEA 24, STL 23
4-Nov-01 SD 20, KC 25 22-Dec-02 SEA 30, STL 10
20-Oct-02 SEA 20, @STL 37
Head to Head Matchups (Since 2001) Head to Head Matchups (Since 2001)
Tennessee leads 14-6 Denver leads 12-10
1-Jan-12 TEN 23, @HOU 22 6-Nov-11 OAK 24, DEN 38
23-Oct-11 TEN 7, HOU 41 12-Sep-11 OAK 23, @DEN 20
19-Dec-10 TEN 31, HOU 17 19-Dec-10 OAK 39, DEN 23
28-Nov-10 TEN 0, @HOU 20 24-Oct-10 OAK 59, @DEN 14
23-Nov-09 TEN 20, @HOU 17 20-Dec-09 OAK 20, @DEN 19
20-Sep-09 TEN 31, HOU 34 27-Sep-09 OAK 3, DEN 23
14-Dec-08 TEN 12, @HOU 13 23-Nov-08 OAK 31, @DEN 10
21-Sep-08 TEN 31, HOU 12 8-Sep-08 OAK 14, DEN 41
2-Dec-07 TEN 28, HOU 20 2-Dec-07 OAK 34, DEN 20
21-Oct-07 TEN 38, @HOU 36 16-Sep-07 OAK 20, @DEN 23
10-Dec-06 TEN 26, @HOU 20 12-Nov-06 OAK 13, DEN 17
29-Oct-06 TEN 28, HOU 22 15-Oct-06 OAK 3, @DEN 13
11-Dec-05 TEN 13, HOU 10 24-Dec-05 OAK 3, @DEN 22
9-Oct-05 TEN 34, @HOU 20 13-Nov-05 OAK 17, DEN 31
28-Nov-04 TEN 21, @HOU 31 28-Nov-04 OAK 25, @DEN 24
17-Oct-04 TEN 10, HOU 20 17-Oct-04 OAK 3, DEN 31
21-Dec-03 TEN 27, @HOU 24 30-Nov-03 OAK 8, DEN 22
12-Oct-03 TEN 38, HOU 17 22-Sep-03 OAK 10, @DEN 31
29-Dec-02 TEN 13, @HOU 3 22-Dec-02 OAK 28, DEN 16
10-Nov-02 TEN 17, HOU 10 11-Nov-02 OAK 34, @DEN 10
30-Dec-01 OAK 17, @DEN 23
5-Nov-01 OAK 38, DEN 28
Head to Head Matchups (Since 2001) Head to Head Matchups (Since 2001)
Philadelphia leads 16-8 Minnesota leads 17-5
20-Nov-11 NYG 10, PHI 17 11-Dec-11 MIN 28, @DET 34
25-Sep-11 NYG 29, @PHI 16 25-Sep-11 MIN 23, DET 26
19-Dec-10 NYG 31, PHI 38 2-Jan-11 MIN 13, @DET 20
21-Nov-10 NYG 17, @PHI 27 26-Sep-10 MIN 24, DET 10
13-Dec-09 NYG 38, PHI 45 15-Nov-09 MIN 27, DET 10
1-Nov-09 NYG 17, @PHI 40 20-Sep-09 MIN 27, @DET 13
11-Jan-09 NYG 11, PHI 23 7-Dec-08 MIN 20, @DET 16
7-Dec-08 NYG 14, PHI 20 12-Oct-08 MIN 12, DET 10
9-Nov-08 NYG 36, @PHI 31 2-Dec-07 MIN 42, DET 10
9-Dec-07 NYG 16, @PHI 13 16-Sep-07 MIN 17, @DET 20
30-Sep-07 NYG 16, PHI 3 10-Dec-06 MIN 30, @DET 20
7-Jan-07 NYG 20, @PHI 23 8-Oct-06 MIN 26, DET 17
17-Dec-06 NYG 22, PHI 36 4-Dec-05 MIN 21, @DET 16
17-Sep-06 NYG 30, @PHI 24 6-Nov-05 MIN 27, DET 14
11-Dec-05 NYG 26, @PHI 23 19-Dec-04 MIN 28, @DET 27
20-Nov-05 NYG 27, PHI 17 21-Nov-04 MIN 22, DET 19
28-Nov-04 NYG 6, PHI 27 23-Nov-03 MIN 24, DET 14
12-Sep-04 NYG 17, @PHI 31 21-Sep-03 MIN 23, @DET 13
16-Nov-03 NYG 10, @PHI 28 29-Dec-02 MIN 38, @DET 36
19-Oct-03 NYG 10, PHI 14 13-Oct-02 MIN 31, DET 24
28-Dec-02 NYG 10, PHI 7 16-Dec-01 MIN 24, @DET 27
28-Oct-02 NYG 3, @PHI 17 14-Oct-01 MIN 31, DET 26
30-Dec-01 NYG 21, @PHI 24
22-Oct-01 NYG 9, PHI 10
Head to Head Matchups (Since 2001) Head to Head Matchups (Since 2001)
San Francisco leads 2-1 Tampa Bay leads 5-3
7-Dec-08 SF 24, NYJ 14 12-Dec-10 WSH 16, TB 17
17-Oct-04 SF 14, @NYJ 22 4-Oct-09 WSH 16, TB 13
1-Oct-01 SF 19, @NYJ 17 25-Nov-07 WSH 13, @TB 19
19-Nov-06 WSH 17, @TB 20
Head to Head Matchups (Since 2001) 7-Jan-06 WSH 17, @TB 10
13-Nov-05 WSH 35, @TB 36
Arizona leads 2-0 12-Sep-04 WSH 16, TB 10
14-Sep-08 MIA 10, @ARI 31 12-Oct-03 WSH 13, TB 35
7-Nov-04 MIA 23, ARI 24
Head to Head Matchups (Since 2001)
Head to Head Matchups (Since 2001)
Dallas leads 2-1
Jacksonville leads 4-2 19-Sep-10 CHI 27, @DAL 20
9-Oct-11 CIN 30, @JAC 20 23-Sep-07 CHI 10, DAL 34
2-Nov-08 CIN 21, JAC 19 25-Nov-04 CHI 7, @DAL 21
9-Oct-05 CIN 20, @JAC 23
15-Dec-02 CIN 15, JAC 29
9-Dec-01 CIN 10, JAC 14
11-Nov-01 CIN 13, @JAC 30
Head to Head Matchups (Since 2001)
New Orleans leads 3-2
8-Sep-11 NO 34, @GB 42
24-Nov-08 NO 51, GB 29
17-Sep-06 NO 34, @GB 27
9-Oct-05 NO 3, @GB 52
15-Sep-02 NO 35, GB 20