AFC North Betting Odds

The AFC North could be a very competitive division this year. Oddsmakers have the Ravens as overall favorites but the Pittsburgh Steelers are right behind them and look out for the Cincinnati Bengals. Bookmaker Sportsbook is paying attention to the Cincinnati Bengals by making them the +385 third choices on the board in the AFC North. The Bengals really came out of nowhere last year from where we were sitting…

July 4, 2012
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Late money on UNDER Patriots/Ravens

The oddsmakers have held the Patriots minus 7 for most of the day but the total has now dropped to 48 just before kickoff at Bookmaker.eu after sitting at 50 and 50.5 most of the week. Action on the side continues to favor the Patriots although the line has remained the same. In the later game, Bookmaker has the 49ers -2 with the total at 40.5.  

January 22, 2012
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Baltimore at New England Odds, Props & Last Call

I wanted to update a few of the odds available for the AFC Championship game. New England is holding steady as a favorite touchdown over Baltimore at Bookmaker.eu. The total is sitting at 50. Bookmaker offers an assortment of prop bets for the big game. We’ll look at a few. 1st HALF Baltimore +4EV New England -4 -120 Team to Score First Baltimore +120 New England +150 Will there be…

January 22, 2012
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More NFL Championship Talk

No Super Bowl winner has won less than 10 regular season games (Giants). The Patriots won 13 regular season games, none against a team with a winning record. New England had second easiest schedule in NFL. Tom Brady is 9-2 at home in the playoffs in his career. Baltimore is 9-0 this year when Ray Rice gets 20 or more carries. Baltimore has covered 5 of last 6 games this…

January 20, 2012
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AFC Championship Betting Facts

Three more days until the Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots get it on in the AFC Championship. Usually these games bring out trash talk between each other but it’s been fairly quiet on that end. In fact, both teams have been complimentary of each other. However there has been some back and forth talk between the Ravens offense and defense. Joe Flacco is under enormous pressure to have a…

January 19, 2012
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AFC Championship Breakdown Pick

Baltimore has been somewhat of an under the radar team although many NFL experts have predicted the Ravens to be a serious contender this year. Every time we would be ready to put the Ravens in the top class they would lay a stinker on the road against a far inferior team.   The Ravens started off 4-1 heading in to a divisional road game against a struggling Jaguars team….

January 18, 2012
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Super Bowl Favorite Odds

A lot of football experts assumed either the Green Bay Packers or the New Orleans Saints would be representing the NFC in Super Bowl XLVI but instead either the 49ers or Giants will play for the title. Sportsbooks are said to be hoping for anything but a New York Giants win due to some earlier 100-1 odds. According to Bovada.lv, New England is 6/5 odds to win the Super Bowl…

January 16, 2012
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AFC/NFC Championship Early Odds

The Championship games are set and oddsmakers have opened the odds on the championships set for Sunday, January 22, 2012.   The AFC Championship will start the day at 3:30PM. New England is favored by 7.5 +100 over the Baltimore Ravens. The total is 50.5 and you can find money lines of Baltimore +275 and New England -335.   New England’s rode to the AFC Championship was the easiest of…

January 16, 2012
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Texans at Ravens Betting Update

NFL Divisional Playoffs Odds Update for Sunday, January 15th   Bookmaker.eu Houston Texans +7.5, o36.5, +280 Baltimore Ravens -7.5, u36.5, -330   5Dimes Houston Texans +9 -135, o36.5, +290 Baltimore Ravens -9 +115, u36.5, -350   Bovada.lv Houston Texans +9 -130, o36.5 Baltimore Ravens -9 +110, u36.5   Consensus Public Betting Houston Texans – 31% Baltimore Ravens – 69%   Over/Under Trends HOU is 5-1 to the UNDER l6 Jan. games HOU is 13-6 to…

January 15, 2012
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Houston Texans at Baltimore Ravens

Despite their opposite reputations as an offensive threat (Houston) and defensive powerhouse (Baltimore), the Texans and Ravens are pretty similar teams when the numbers are compared. Both ranked middle-of-the-road on offense and rely strongly on their running backs, while the two clubs were stingy in allowing yards and points, ranking right next to one another in both categories. The deciding factors in this game should be experience and home field….

January 14, 2012
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