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NFL Playoffs Betting Odds
Among the most popular bets on the board before any NFL season is the odds for a team to make the playoffs. As is the case with any pro football betting prop the first question of any smart gambler is in regards to value. Certainly, this year the Los Angeles Rams, Kansas City Chiefs and New England Patriots are obvious choices. But with that status comes a hefty price tag. Which means a devastating blow to the bankroll should any of these teams fail to make the post season. And that of course is the NFL betting danger that keeps many handicappers tossing and turning. There are no sure things and that’s especially true when betting on a team to make the playoffs.
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Odds to Win NFL Super Bowl LIV
|New England Patriots
|New Orleans Saints
|Kansas City Chiefs
|San Francisco 49ers
|Green Bay Packers
|Los Angeles Rams
|Los Angeles Chargers
|New York Giants
|New York Jets
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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NFL Playoffs Betting
NFL Wild Card Round
In recent years there has been a lot of hype about the potential of NFL wild card teams to make and or win the Super Bowl. A reality check reveals that while it does not happen all that often, it happens enough to merit NFL betting consideration from gamblers. The last wild card team to win the Super Bowl were the 2010 Green Bay Packers. Perhaps the most famous wild card Super Bowl champion of all time were the 2007 New York Giants, who ruined the New England Patriots undefeated season with an epic upset for the ages. Heading into the 2019 season there are several teams that post a bona fide threat to make the NFL Playoffs as a wild card. More
NFL Divisional Round
It is called “The Greatest Weekend in Football.” And with plenty of good reason. The NFL Divisional Playoffs feature four of the most important games of the year. With two games on both Saturday and Sunday in mid to late January the winners advance to the Conference Championship Games. Some of the greatest events in the history of football have been Divisional Playoff Games. Among them was the longest game ever played when the Miami Dolphins upset the Kansas City Chiefs 27-24 in an epic double overtime Christmas Day classic in 1971. From that point the Divisional Playoffs have been must see TV. More
NFL Conference Championship
Last year the respective Conference Championship Games in the National and American Football Conferences went down as among the greatest and most memorable of all time. The Los Angeles Rams scored a highly controversial 26-23 overtime win at the New Orleans Saints with the great aid of a blown pass interference call that should have gone in the Saints favor. Later that evening the Kansas City Chiefs suffered a heartbreaking 37-31 overtime home loss to the New England Patriots in which the Patriots were given a new lease on life after Tom Brady threw what looked to be a season ending interception. A Kansas City player was offsides by a hair on the play which altered history forever. The Conference Championship Games feature the NFL’s top four teams with the winners going on to the Super Bowl. More
NFL Pro Bowl
To many the Pro Bowl is a bad joke that should have ended long ago. Indeed, there have been times when the NFL All Star Game has been an unwatchable farce. Except that there is one problem. The Pro Bowl still draws a larger television audience than the regular season games of the other major sports. Based on the money generated from that the Pro Bowl continues to live on with new rules and a revolving schedule. And while the Pro Bowl will never match the Super Bowl or even a regular season game in quality and intensity it has become much easier on the eyes the past two years. More
NFL Super Bowl LIV
It’s hard to believe but the first Super Bowl was not even called the Super Bowl. On January 15, 1967 the AFL-NFL World Championship game pitted the National Football League Champion Green Bay Packers against the American Football League champion Kansas City Chiefs. This was the first game ever between the two leagues that merged into the NFC and AFC conferences. Unlike today, the venue of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum was not even picked until late November of 1966.
Only two thirds of the stands were full to see Green Bay win 35-10. But from those humble beginnings came what is now the biggest game of any kind each year. And just as the game has grown over the years so too has Super Bowl gambling. In 1967 nobody could envision live, online or mobile gambling let along all of the betting options that would be made available today. More
NFL Playoffs Betting Odds
Whenever there is wagering on futures the first mistake that far too many gamblers make is betting this year based on last year. Certainly, name brand teams such as the New England Patriots have built up justifiable credibility. At the same time, they attract a considerable amount of casual public betting money. Thus, the fine line a gambler must walk between a quality team and an overlay price. The same holds true for new rapid arrivals as NFL powers. The Los Angeles Rams and Kansas City Chiefs have emerged as the top alternatives to the Patriots. But are they so good that they can survive an injury to their starting quarterbacks?
The Other Side of the Coin
Then there are the pro football odds underdogs. Its hard to find a team that has been inepter than the Arizona Cardinals in recent years. As such even the arrival of 2019 number one NFL Draft pick and 2018 Heisman trophy winner Kyler Murray can’t overcome the public betting perception of this franchise. In fact, the Cardinals are the opposite of the Patriots in that they are a -1500 to NOT make the playoffs.
Buyer Be Aware
Two of the trendy and hot commodities for the 2019 NFL wagering season are the Cleveland Browns and Chicago Bears. Cleveland is coming off a 7-8-1 season but finished strong with rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield. Much like last year when the San Francisco 49ers were a hot playoff pick after finishing the 2017 season with several meaningless wins do the Browns now face the spotlight. Will they melt like the Niners last year? Then there are the Bears who were the surprise winners of the NFC North last year. Chicago took advantage of the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers faltering as the traditional chalks of that division. Much like a stock with a meteoric rise the Bears face the danger of coming back down to earth. Is that their reality?
NFL Playoffs Free NFL Picks
The Cleveland Browns are a trendy pick with a terrible history.
NFL Odds: Cleveland Browns -105 to NOT make the playoffs
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