Epic Headline Fail: Score With Mike Hunt

By Mike Godsey

Thanks to grade school chum RMC for the headline–so to speak.

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categoriaUncategorized | commentoNo Comments dataSeptember 27th, 2013
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Rams vs. 49ers Fantasy Football Picks, Odds, Expert Predictions

By Mike Godsey

San Francisco 49ers vs. St. Louis Rams odds has San Francisco (-3) -120 with a total of 42.5.

Tonight’s premium picks: sweet feathery Jesus the best bet is from the greatest sports handicapper off all time Joe Duffy’s Picks You continue to see that Joe Duffy’s Picks is the top source for NFL winners ever. As Joe Duffy’s Picks has dominated the NFL since the mid-1980s scorephone days more than any handicapper has in any sport. At 21-9 in the NFL rest assured our hard work is barely getting started. We have the Thursday night NFL winning side on the 49ers and Rams. Get the picks now on OffshoreInsiders.com.

Don’t forget weekend college betting. The sports betting podcast preview of Saturday’s college football card is up. Miami-South Florida, Oklahoma State-West Virginia, LSU-Georgia, Florida-Kentucky, Arizona-Washington are among many games previewed.

Thu, Sep 26, 2013 EST

Rot#

First To Score

Moneyline

1001

49ers

-135

1002

Rams

+105

All wagers have action.

Rot#

Score in 1st 7 min

Moneyline

1005

Yes

-145

1006

No

+115

Rot#

First Score of the Game

Moneyline

1007

TD

-160

1008

FG or Safety

+130

Rot#

A Team to Score 3 Unanswered Times

Moneyline

1009

Yes

-170

1010

No

+140

Rot#

First Scoring Play

Moneyline

1011

49ers TD

+145

1012

49ers FG

+200

1013

49ers Safety

+5500

1014

Rams TD

+200

1015

Rams FG

+300

1016

Rams Safety

+5500

Rot#

Score in Last 2 min of the 1st Half

Moneyline

1017

Yes

-230

1018

No

+180

Rot#

Longest TD in the Game

Moneyline

1019

Over  43½  Yards

-120

1020

Under  43½  Yards

-110

Rot#

Longest FG in the Game

Moneyline

1021

Over  44½  Yards

-115

1022

Under  44½  Yards

-115

Rot#

Double Result

Moneyline

1023

49ers – 49ers

+100

1024

49ers – Tie

+2000

1025

49ers – Rams

+600

1026

Tie – 49ers

+1500

1027

Tie – Tie

+6000

1028

Tie – Rams

+1600

1029

Rams – 49ers

+550

1030

Rams – Tie

+2000

1031

Rams – Rams

+225

1st Half Result / End of Regulation Result. Overtime not included.

Rot#

Winning Margin

Moneyline

1032

49ers to win by 1-3 Pts

+600

1033

49ers to win by 4-6 Pts

+800

1034

49ers to win by 7-10 Pts

+550

1035

49ers to win by 11-13 Pts

+1000

1036

49ers to win by 14-17 Pts

+750

1037

49ers to win by 18-21 Pts

+1000

1038

49ers to win by 22 or more

+500

1039

Rams to win by 1-3 Pts

+800

1040

Rams to win by 4-6 Pts

+1200

1041

Rams to win by 7-10 Pts

+850

1042

Rams to win by 11-13 Pts

+1500

1043

Rams to win by 14-17 Pts

+1200

1044

Rams to win by 18-21 Pts

+2000

1045

Rams to win by 22 or more

+1000

Rot#

Team Scoring First Wins Game

Moneyline

1046

Yes

-170

1047

No

+140

Rot#

Shortest TD in the Game

Moneyline

1048

Over  1½  Yards

-135

1049

Under  1½  Yards

+105

Rot#

Highest Scoring Half

Moneyline

1050

1st Half  +½  Pts

-120

1051

2nd Half + OT  -½  Pts

-110

Rot#

Highest Scoring Quarter

Moneyline

1052

1st Quarter

+450

1053

2nd Quarter

+125

1054

3rd Quarter

+450

1055

4th Quarter

+150

Overtime not Included. Dead Heat Rules Apply.

Rot#

Will the Game go to Overtime

Moneyline

1056

Yes

+900

1057

No

-2500

Rot#

Team to Make the Longest FG

Moneyline

1060

49ers

+100

1061

Rams

-130

Rot#

Team to Have 1st Coach’s Challenge

Moneyline

1062

49ers

-115

1063

Rams

-115

Rot#

Team to Call 1st Timeout

Moneyline

1064

49ers

-115

1065

Rams

-115

Rot#

Total Field Goals Made by Both Teams

Moneyline

1066

Over  3½  FGs

+105

1067

Under  3½  FGs

-135

Rot#

Total Punts by Both Teams

Moneyline

1068

Over  10½  Punts

-115

1069

Under  10½  Punts

-115

Rot#

Total Sacks by Both Teams

Moneyline

1070

Over  4½  Sacks

-150

1071

Under  4½  Sacks

+120

Rot#

Will the Game be Decided by Exactly 3 Points

Moneyline

1072

Yes

+325

1073

No

-450

Rot#

Will there be a Defensive or Special Teams TD

Moneyline

1074

Yes

+160

1075

No

-210

Rot#

Total Touchdowns by Both Teams

Moneyline

1077

Over  4½  TD’s

-170

1078

Under  4½  TD’s

+140

Rot#

Team to Make the Sortest Field Goal

Moneyline

1079

49ers

-115

1080

Rams

-115

Rot#

The Largest Lead of the Game

Moneyline

1083

Over  13½  Points

-130

1084

Under  13½  Points

+100

Rot#

Will There be a Successful 2 Pt Conversion

Moneyline

1085

Yes

+600

1086

No

-1000

Rot#

Player to Score the 1st Touchdown

Moneyline

901

Anquan Boldin (49ers)

+700

902

Colin Kaepernick (49ers)

+900

903

Frank Gore (49ers)

+450

904

Kendall Hunter (49ers)

+1200

905

Kyle Williams (49ers)

+1200

906

Vance McDonald (49ers)

+1800

907

Vernon Davis (49ers)

+900

908

Austin Pettis (Rams)

+1200

909

Chris Givens (Rams)

+900

910

Daryl Richardson (Rams)

+900

911

Isaiah Pead (Rams)

+900

912

Jared Cook (Rams)

+900

913

Sam Bradford (Rams)

+2500

914

Tavon Austin (Rams)

+900

915

Field (Any Other Player)

+500

916

No TD Scored in the Game

+4000

All wagers have action

Rot#

Total Points Scored by Both Teams

Moneyline

1087

00 – 14 Points

+3000

1088

15 -21 Points

+1100

1089

22 – 28 Points

+500

1090

29 – 35 Points

+300

1091

36 – 42 Points

+225

1092

43 – 49 Points

+250

1093

50 – 56 Points

+400

1094

57 – 63 Points

+700

1095

64 – 70 Points

+1200

1096

71 – 77 Points

+2500

1097

78 or More Points

+3000

OT Included

Rot#

Team to Have the Most First Downs in the Game

Moneyline

1081

49ers  -1½  1st Downs

-110

1082

Rams  +1½  1st Downs

-120

Rot#

Colin Kaepernick (49ers) Total Completions

Moneyline

801

Over  19  Completions

-130

802

Under  19  Completions

+100

Must start

Rot#

Colin Kaepernick (49ers) Total Passing Yards

Moneyline

803

Over  240½  Passing Yards

-140

804

Under  240½  Passing Yards

+110

Must start

Rot#

Colin Kaepernick (49ers) Total Rushing Yards

Moneyline

805

Over  46½  Rushing Yards

-150

806

Under  46½  Rushing Yards

+120

Must start

Rot#

Frank Gore (49ers) Total Rush Attempts

Moneyline

811

Over  17½  Rush Attempts

-145

812

Under  17½  Rush Attempts

+115

Must play

Rot#

Sam Bradford (Rams) Total Completions

Moneyline

851

Over  24½  Completions

-130

852

Under  24½  Completions

+100

Must start

Rot#

Sam Bradford (Rams) Longest Completion

Moneyline

853

Over  40½  Yards

-120

854

Under  40½  Yards

-110

Must start

Rot#

Sam Bradford (Rams) Total Passing Yards

Moneyline

855

Over  270½  Passing Yards

-115

856

Under  270½  Passing Yards

-115

Must start

Rot#

Tavon Austin (Rams) Total Receiving Yards

Moneyline

861

Over  49½  Receiving Yards

-150

862

Under  49½  Receiving Yards

+120

Must play

Rot#

Colin Kaepernick (49ers) Total Rushing Attempts

Moneyline

807

Over  7½  Rushing Attempts

-115

808

Under  7½  Rushing Attempts

-115

Must start

Rot#

Colin Kaepernick (49ers) Total Touchdown Passes

Moneyline

809

Over  1½  TD Passes

-150

810

Under  1½  TD Passes

+120

Must start

Rot#

Will Frank Gore (49ers) Score a Touchdown

Moneyline

813

Yes

-140

814

No

+110

Must play

Rot#

Frank Gore (49ers) Total Rushing Yards

Moneyline

815

Over  78½  Rushing Yards

-125

816

Under  78½  Rushing Yards

-105

Must play

Rot#

Anquan Boldin (49ers) Total Receiving Yards

Moneyline

817

Over  82½  Receiving Yards

-110

818

Under  82½  Receiving Yards

-120

Must play

Rot#

Anquan Boldin (49ers) Total Receptions

Moneyline

819

Over  5½  Receptions

-130

820

Under  5½  Receptions

+100

Must play

Rot#

Anquan Boldin (49ers) Longest Reception

Moneyline

821

Over  24½  Yards

-110

822

Under  24½  Yards

-120

Must play

Rot#

Vernon Davis (49ers) Total Receiving Yards

Moneyline

823

Over  48½  Receiving Yards

-115

824

Under  48½  Receiving Yards

-115

Must play

Rot#

Navorro Bowman (49ers) Tackles & Assists Made

Moneyline

825

Over  9  Tackles & Assists

-120

826

Under  9  Tackles & Assists

-110

Must play

Rot#

Patrick Willis (49ers) Tackles & Assists Made

Moneyline

827

Over  6½  Tackles & Assists

-110

828

Under  6½  Tackles & Assists

-125

Must play

Rot#

Donte Whitner (49ers) Tackles & Assists Made

Moneyline

829

Over  6  Tackles & Assists

-105

830

Under  6  Tackles & Assists

-125

Must play

Rot#

Alec Ogletree (Rams) Total Tackles & Assists Made

Moneyline

877

Over  7  Tackles & Assists

-135

878

Under  7  Tackles & Assists

+105

Must play

Rot#

James Laurinaitis (Rams) Total Tackles & Assists Made

Moneyline

875

Over  8  Tackles & Assists

-110

876

Under  8  Tackles & Assists

-120

Must play

Rot#

Greg Zuerlein (Rams) Longest Successful Field Goal

Moneyline

873

Over  44½  Yards

-145

874

Under  44½  Yards

+115

Must play

Rot#

Jared Cook (Rams) Total Receiving Yards

Moneyline

871

Over  46½  Receiving Yards

-125

872

Under  46½  Receiving Yards

-105

Must play

Rot#

Sam Bradford (Rams) Total Touchdown Passes

Moneyline

857

Over  1½  TD Passes

-150

858

Under  1½  TD Passes

+120

Must start

Rot#

Will Austin Pettis (Rams) Score a Touchdown

Moneyline

869

Yes

+200

870

No

-260

Must play

Rot#

Tavon Austin (Rams) Total Receptions

Moneyline

859

Over  5½  Receptions

+100

860

Under  5½  Receptions

-130

Must play

Rot#

Tavon Austin (Rams) Longest Reception

Moneyline

863

Over  19½  Yards

-120

864

Under  19½  Yards

-110

Must play

Rot#

Will Tavon Austin (Rams) Score a Touchdown

Moneyline

865

Yes

+150

866

No

-180

Must play

Rot#

Chris Givens (Rams) Total Receiving Yards

Moneyline

867

Over  58½  Receiving Yards

+100

868

Under  58½  Receiving Yards

-130

Must play

Rot#

Kaepernick (49ers) vs Bradford (Rams) Most Passing Yards

Moneyline

917

Colin Kaepernick  +26½  Yards

+100

918

Sam Bradford  -26½  Yards

-130

Both must start

Rot#

Kaepernick (49ers) vs Bradford (Rams) to Throw the 1st TD pass

Moneyline

919

Colin Kaepernick

-105

920

Sam Bradford

-125

Both must start

Rot#

Boldin (49ers) vs Givens (Rams) Most Receiving Yards

Moneyline

921

Anquan Boldin  -12½  Receiving Yards

-125

922

Chris Givens  +12½  Receiving Yards

-105

Both must play

Rot#

Williams (49ers) vs Austin (Rams) Most Receiving Yards

Moneyline

923

Kyle Williams  +12½  Receiving Yards

-110

924

Tavon Austin  -12½  Receiving Yards

-120

Both must play

Rot#

Davis (49ers) vs Cook (Rams) Most Receiving Yards

Moneyline

925

Vernon Davis  -4½  Receiving Yards

-100

926

Jared Cook  +4½  Receiving Yards

-130

Both must play

Rot#

Lee (49ers) vs Hekker (Rams) Who Will Have the Longest Punt

Moneyline

927

Andy Lee

-105

928

Johnny Hekker

-125

Both must play

Rot#

What Will Happen First for Colin Kaepernick

Moneyline

831

Throw a TD Pass

-150

832

Throw an Interception

+120

Must start

Rot#

What Will Happen First For Sam Bradford

Moneyline

879

Throw a TD Pass

-150

880

Throw an Interception

+120

 

categoriaSports Betting News | commentoNo Comments dataSeptember 26th, 2013
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NFL Week 4 Point Spreads Vegas 2013

By Mike Godsey

NFL odds and spreads week 4 for lockerroom picks are posted and OffshoreInsiders.com sports betting news website ScoresOddsPicks.com is breaking down the Tailgate Party scorephone style reports

San Francisco 49ers -3 -107 -155 Over 41.5 -103

 

St. Louis Rams +3 -103 +140 Under 41.5 -107  
         
Pittsburgh Steelers -1 -109   Over 42 -105

 

Minnesota Vikings +1 -101   Under 42 -105
         
Baltimore Ravens  -3.5 +106 -170 Over 44 -101

 

Buffalo Bills +3.5 -117 +153 Under 44 -109
         
Cincinnati Bengals -4.5 +100 -202 Over 41 -114

 

Cleveland Browns +4.5 -110 +181 Under 41 +103
         
Indianapolis Colts -9.5 +116 -340 Over 43 -102

 

Jacksonville Jaguars +9.5 -128 +297 Under 43 -108
         
Seattle Seahawks -3 +118 -130 Over 43 +104

 

Houston Texans +3 -130 +118 Under 43 -115
         
Arizona Cardinals +3 -108 +137 Over 40.5 -105

 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers -3 -102 -152 Under 40.5 -105
         
Chicago Bears +2.5 +102   Over 47.5 -103

 

Detroit Lions -2.5 -113   Under 47.5 -107
         
New York Giants +4.5 -108 +186 Over 44 -105

 

Kansas City Chiefs -4.5 -102 -207 Under 44 -105
         
New York Jets +3.5 -102 +171 Over 39 -108

 

Tennessee Titans -3.5 -108 -190 Under 39 -102
         
Dallas Cowboys -1 -122 -129 Over 47 -102

 

San Diego Chargers +1 +111 +117 Under 47 -108
         
Philadelphia Eagles +10.5 -107 +423 Over 57 -106

 

Denver Broncos -10.5 -103 -500 Under 57 -104
         
New England Patriots pk +117   Over 49.5 -106

 

Atlanta Falcons pk -129   Under 49.5 -104
         
Miami Dolphins +6.5 -108 +236 Over 47.5 -110

 

New Orleans Saints -6.5 -102 -266 Under 47.5 +100

 

categoriaUncategorized | commentoNo Comments dataSeptember 24th, 2013
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Floyd Mayweather Jr vs. Saul Alvarez Betting Vegas Odds, Prop Bets

By Mike Godsey

Floyd Mayweather Jr vs. Saul Alvarez has Mayweather (-250) with a takeback of +200. Though Grandmaster Sports Handicapper Joe Duffy of OffshoreInsiders.com says the odds are too high to bet his predicted chalk winner, there are prop odds.
S Alvarez vs F Mayweather Jr

Sat, Sep 14, 2013 EST

Rot#

Round Group Betting

Moneyline

1001

Saul Alvarez to win in rounds 1-3

+2000

1002

Saul Alvarez to win in rounds 4-6

+1400

1003

Saul Alvarez to win in rounds 7-9

+1400

1004

Saul Alvarez to win in rounds 10-12

+1200

1005

Saul Alvarez by Decision or Technical Decision

+500

1006

Floyd Mayweather Jr to win in rounds 1-3

+2500

1007

Floyd Mayweather Jr to win in rounds 4-6

+1800

1008

Floyd Mayweather Jr to win in rounds 7-9

+1400

1009

Floyd Mayweather Jr to win in rounds 10-12

+1200

1010

Floyd Mayweather by Decision or Technical Decision

-200

1011

Draw or Technical Draw

+1800

Rot#

Fight Outcome

Moneyline

1012

Saul Alvarez by KO, TKO or Disqualification

+400

1013

Saul Alvarez by Decision or Technical Decision

+500

1014

Floyd Mayweather Jr by KO, TKO or Disqualification

+500

1015

Floyd Mayweather by Decision or Technical Decision

-200

1016

Draw or Technical Draw

+1800

Rot#

Round Betting

Moneyline

1017

Floyd Mayweather Jr to win in round 1

+5500

1018

Floyd Mayweather Jr to win in round 2

+5500

1019

Floyd Mayweather Jr to win in round 3

+5500

1020

Floyd Mayweather Jr to win in round 4

+4500

1021

Floyd Mayweather Jr to win in round 5

+4500

1022

Floyd Mayweather Jr to win in round 6

+3500

1023

Floyd Mayweather Jr to win in round 7

+3500

1024

Floyd Mayweather Jr to win in round 8

+3500

1025

Floyd Mayweather Jr to win in round 9

+3000

1026

Floyd Mayweather Jr to win in round 10

+2500

1027

Floyd Mayweather Jr to win in round 11

+3000

1028

Floyd Mayweather Jr to win in round 12

+3000

1029

Mayweather Jr by Decision or Technical Decision

-200

1030

Saul Alvarez to win in round 1

+5500

1031

Saul Alvarez to win in round 2

+4000

1032

Saul Alvarez to win in round 3

+4000

1033

Saul Alvarez to win in round 4

+3000

1035

Saul Alvarez to win in round 5

+3500

1036

Saul Alvarez to win in round 6

+4000

1037

Saul Alvarez to win in round 7

+3500

1038

Saul Alvarez to win in round 8

+4000

1039

Saul Alvarez to win in round 9

+3500

1040

Saul Alvarez to win in round 10

+3000

1041

Saul Alvarez to win in round 11

+3000

1042

Saul Alvarez to win in round 12

+3000

1043

Saul Alvarez by Decision or Technical Decision

+500

1044

Draw or Technical Draw

+1800

 

categoriaSports Betting News | commentoNo Comments dataSeptember 14th, 2013
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Monday Night Football Picks Eagles vs. Redskins Predictions

By Mike Godsey

NFL fantasy football and betting odds are up for early Monday Night Football. Pro gamblers are already on an 11-1 NFL tear and tonight is big.

Going back to NFL preseason, Joe Duffy’s Picks are 11-1 last 12 NFL plays. New clients, now do you see why we are called the NFL Specialists? To every gambler with whom winning is the top priority they come to us where it has been our only priority for 26 years as a professional public handicapper and about 40 as a gambler and handicapper.

Get a Wise Guy winner for both Monday Night Football games now. But if winning is only an option for you, perhaps you can choose to keep the bookmakers in business for our clients. Get out the broom now! We have an MLB underdog too Get the picks now

Here are the real-time odds for tonight as Washington is (-3.5) with a total of 51.5 to 52.

Mon, Sep 09, 2013 EST

Rot#

First To Score

Moneyline

1001

Eagles

+115

1002

Redskins

-145

All wagers have action.

Rot#

Score in 1st 6 min

Moneyline

1005

Yes

-135

1006

No

+105

Rot#

First Score of the Game

Moneyline

1007

TD

-210

1008

FG or Safety

+165

Rot#

A Team to Score 3 Unanswered Times

Moneyline

1009

Yes

-170

1010

No

+140

Rot#

First Scoring Play

Moneyline

1011

Eagles TD

+200

1012

Eagles FG

+300

1013

Eagles Safety

+8000

1014

Redskins TD

+125

1015

Redskins FG

+200

1016

Redskins Safety

+6500

Rot#

Score in Last 2 min of the 1st Half

Moneyline

1017

Yes

-300

1018

No

+220

Rot#

Longest TD in the Game

Moneyline

1019

Over  50½  Yards

-115

1020

Under  50½  Yards

-115

Rot#

Longest FG in the Game

Moneyline

1021

Over  44½  Yards

-120

1022

Under  44½  Yards

-110

Rot#

Double Result

Moneyline

1023

Eagles – Eagles

+225

1024

Eagles – Tie

+2200

1025

Eagles – Redskins

+550

1026

Tie – Eagles

+1600

1027

Tie – Tie

+4500

1028

Tie – Redskins

+1400

1029

Redskins – Eagles

+650

1030

Redskins – Tie

+2200

1031

Redskins – Redskins

-125

1st Half Result / End of Regulation Result. Overtime not included.

Rot#

Winning Margin

Moneyline

1032

Eagles to win by 1-3 Pts

+800

1033

Eagles to win by 4-6 Pts

+1000

1034

Eagles to win by 7-10 Pts

+1000

1035

Eagles to win by 11-13 Pts

+1800

1036

Eagles to win by 14-17 Pts

+1400

1037

Eagles to win by 18-21 Pts

+2200

1038

Eagles to win by 22 or more

+1000

1039

Redskins to win by 1-3 Pts

+650

1040

Redskins to win by 4-6 Pts

+1000

1041

Redskins to win by 7-10 Pts

+600

1042

Redskins to win by 11-13 Pts

+1000

1043

Redskins to win by 14-17 Pts

+800

1044

Redskins to win by 18-21 Pts

+1000

1045

Redskins to win by 22 or more

+300

Rot#

Team Scoring First Wins Game

Moneyline

1046

Yes

-170

1047

No

+140

Rot#

Shortest TD in the Game

Moneyline

1048

Over  1½  Yards

-105

1049

Under  1½  Yards

-125

Rot#

Highest Scoring Half

Moneyline

1050

1st Half  +½  Pts

-120

1051

2nd Half + OT  -½  Pts

-110

Rot#

Highest Scoring Quarter

Moneyline

1052

1st Quarter

+450

1053

2nd Quarter

+125

1054

3rd Quarter

+450

1055

4th Quarter

+150

Overtime not Included. Dead Heat Rules Apply.

Rot#

Will the Game go to Overtime

Moneyline

1056

Yes

+850

1057

No

-2000

Rot#

Team to Make the Longest FG

Moneyline

1060

Eagles

-115

1061

Redskins

-115

Rot#

Team to Have 1st Coach’s Challenge

Moneyline

1062

Eagles

-115

1063

Redskins

-115

Rot#

Team to Call 1st Timeout

Moneyline

1064

Eagles

-115

1065

Redskins

-115

Rot#

Will there be a Defensive or Special Teams TD

Moneyline

1074

Yes

+135

1075

No

-165

Rot#

Total Points Scored by Both Teams

Moneyline

1076

00-14 Points

+8000

1077

15-21 Points

+3000

1078

22-28 Points

+1200

1079

29-35 Points

+600

1080

36-42 Points

+400

1081

43-49 Points

+350

1082

50-56 Points

+350

1083

57-63 Points

+400

1084

64-70 Points

+600

1085

71-77 Points

+1000

1086

78 or More Points

+800

Rot#

Player to Score 1st TD

Moneyline

1087

Alfred Morris (Redskins)

+400

1088

Brent Celek (Eagles)

+1000

1089

Bryce Brown (Eagles)

+1400

1090

DeSean Jackson (Eagles)

+900

1091

Fred Davis (Redskins)

+900

1092

Jason Avant (Eagles)

+1400

1093

Josh Morgan (Redskins)

+1400

1094

LeSean McCoy (Eagles)

+550

1095

Michael Vick (Eagles)

+900

1096

Pierre Garcon (Redskins)

+750

1097

Riley Cooper (Eagles)

+1000

1098

Robert Griffin III (Redskins)

+1000

1099

Roy Helu (Redskins)

+1800

1100

Santana Moss (Redskins)

+1000

1101

Field (Any Other Player)

+550

1102

No TD Scored in the Game

+25000

Rot#

Michael Vick (Eagles) Total Completions

Moneyline

901

Over  22½  Completions

-130

902

Under  22½  Completions

+100

Must play

Rot#

LeSean McCoy (Eagles) Total Rushing Yards

Moneyline

903

Over  82½  Rushing Yards

-130

904

Under  82½  Rushing Yards

+100

Must play

Rot#

Will LeSean McCoy (Eagles) Score a Touchdown

Moneyline

905

Yes

-140

906

No

+110

Must play

Rot#

Alfred Morris (Redskins) Total Rushing Yards

Moneyline

953

Over  98½  Rushing Yards

-130

954

Under  98½  Rushing Yards

+100

Must play

Rot#

Pierre Garcon (Redskins) Total Receiving Yards

Moneyline

955

Over  72½  Receiving Yards

-140

956

Under  72½  Receiving Yards

+110

 

categoriaSports Betting News | commentoNo Comments dataSeptember 9th, 2013
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13-1 NFL in 26th Year Of Winning NFL Picks

By Mike Godsey

Going back to the NFL preseason, we are now 13-1 with all NFL plays at Joe Duffy’s Picks. We gave you specific reasons why we promised best ever football season for gamblers!  This is why were labeled “The NFL Specialists” about seven years after our plays went public back in 1988.

Thanks to our sports betting podcast and how to win at sports betting videos we got quite a few new clients and after experiencing more winning than they ever have before, many asked for one more chance for the full-season football package. It is back with a small discount to account for the fact you did buy the picks for opening week. However the offer is good for all clients. Get the picks now and begin the rest of your gambling life.

Here is what the pros enjoyed this week!

Thursday

Wise Guy

DENVER -8 Baltimore

Linebacker Ray Lewis and safety Ed Reed are gone from the defending champions. Six new starters, still talented but best time to play them is early.

On offense top-notch receiver Anquan Boldin was traded to San Francisco, and Dennis Pitta, who became a key weapon at tight end.

Manning threw for 4,659 yards and 37 touchdowns in 2012, but this year he’ll have wide receiver Wes Welker, which should be a boost to an already potent offense. Welker is perfect for Manning and his hot reads.

Denver strong running game with Montee Ball, Knowshon Moreno, Ronnie Hillman, Jacob Hester and C.J. Anderson. Manning has a pretty good offensive line protecting him, especially at the two tackle spots with Ryan Clady and Orlando Franklin

Last season, Manning was sacked just 21 times. Only little brother Eli was sacked fewer times among regular NFL starting quarterbacks.

You know how boiler room touts claim to have scouts all over the country, blah, blah?  Well in the most practical sense we do because there are so many quality websites covering the NFL from different angles.

Some proven opinions believe Montee Ball will be a breakout player. Among our Golden Rules is to listen to what the oddsmakers are saying and use their knowledge against them.

Making the defending Super Bowl champs a substantial underdog on opening night is a powerful statement. You will see tonight why.

Major

Baltimore-Denver OVER 48

Denvers top pass rusher, Von Miller is suspended for the first six games. With him on the field, Denver allowed 4.5 yards per play but 5.1 when he was off. In addition, Elvis Dumervil was released because of a fax technicality. When the two were on the field, Denver sacked the QB on eight percent of dropbacks. With the two off, they got a sack 3.4 percent of the time.

The aforesaid trusted sources in the side analysis look for Denver to bring the kitchen sink to compensate for their big drop off in the pass rush. That means a lot of feast or famine, either quick scores or three and out.

Yes Dumerville is on the other sidelines, so will still be a factor, but his absence for Denver means the strength of the defense last year, the pass rush is gone until Miller comes back.

While Dumervil is a big reason why Baltimore will be solid on defense long-term, they need some time to gel. They are not exactly playing the best team to break in a new unit.

Neither team is likely to have long and sustained drives.

Sunday

Wise Guy

TENNESSEE +7 Pittsburgh

The Steelers OL is terrible. The Steelers moved to a zone-blocking scheme this offseason and at best are a work in progress. Their running back corps is shaky. Their defense is ageing. All-world QB Ben Roethlisberger is in decline. Steelers running back Isaac Redman played in one preseason game. WR Mike Wallace in Miami.

The Tits are upgraded.   Talent upgrade at both guard positions and their OL is among the most improved units in the NFL. Bernard Pollard and George Wilson greatly upgraded their secondary. Chris Johnson surprised us last year showing signs that he found the Fountain of Youth.

The Titans are dangerous with Jake Locker as he has a lot of upside, while Benji is declining for the Burgh. It is a definite overvalued versus undervalued team.

CAROLINA +3.5 Seattle

The Seahawks had the worst straight up mark of any playoff team last season at 3-5. They are playing the game at 10 AM Seattle time, so it is a tough spot for the Hawks. Russell Wilson is where Cam Newton was last season: facing the burden of much higher expectations.  Look for both to regress to the mean, which means Newton will continue the progress he showed last year after getting some humble pie.

Seattle will not be at full-strength. Defensive end-turned-linebacker Bruce Irvin is suspended for the first four games after violating the NFL policy on performance-enhancing substances, and defensive end Chris Clemons is expected to miss the game as he continues to recover from knee surgery. Key offseason acquisition Percy Harvin is out.

Seattle is overrated on DL.

Major

 

BUFFALO +10 New England

Home underdogs of seven more in Week 1 are 8-3 against the spread. This spread ignores the fact of how successful rookie QBs have been in recent years. EJ Manuel is the leading candidate this season.

Last year’s top wide receivers, Wes Welker and Brandon Lloyd, exited Foxborough after falling just short of 200 combined catches last season, while versatile Danny Woodhead is gone as well. We know about tight end Aaron Hernandez being gone and Rob Gronkowski is questionable. With C.J. Spiller and Vincent Jackson, Buffalo has the balance to keep the Pats off balance. This is not as good of a supporting cast as Tom Brady had had in previous seasons.

OAKLAND +10.5 Indianapolis

Terrelle Pryor will have short-term success because he is athletic and teams do not have enough game film to slow him down. As much hype as Andrew Luck came into the league with, he took over one of the worst teams in NFL history and was given a honeymoon period. Now he fits firmly into our easier to be the hunter than the hunted theory.

Darren McFadden is an underrated RB for Oakland. Luck will face a defense with veterans Tracy Porter and Charles Woodson in the secondary.

NEW ORLEANS -3 (-115) Atlanta

I get a bit nervous when the rest of the world is thinking the same way. But much like the emotion following Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans will be the toughest atmosphere to play in Sunday. I am not totally sold on the Saints being back, but Sean Payton returning is a humungous emotional lift for this team.

Saints have an 11-3 SU advantage over the Falcons since 2006 when Sean Payton was hired as coach in New Orleans and the Saints are 10-2 against the Falcons with Payton and Brees together.

The Saints certainly aren’t treating this like their other seven home games. They’re pulling out all of the stops. Longtime public address announcer Jerry Romig will be honored before the game. Local hero Steve Gleason, who’s courageously battling ALS, will be recognized as well. And Saints coach Sean Payton’s official return to the sideline will add juice.

The presence of the archrival Falcons, who won the NFC South title and earned the No. 1 seed in the playoffs last season, will amp the atmosphere even more. Even Drew Brees is talking as if this is no normal regular season game.

Atlanta won a lot of close games last year and could easily have had several more losses. They do not have such good fortune in this one.

Giants-Cowboys OVER 50

This is a competitor consensus. If we have a lean one way and one of the few sports services or sources we respect has a big pick on a certain side, we pass along as a competitor consensus.

NFL

Wise Guy

Philadelphia-Washington OVER 51.5

Again totals are much more about pace than offensive or defensive competency. There will likely be more than 80 snaps for the Eagles.  Yes Robert Griffin III is coming off a huge injury, but the Redskins have the weapons. Skins strong safety Brandon Meriweather is questionable, but even if he plays, this is the wrong team to be a defensive back and less than 100 percent.

Second-round draft pick David Amerson will start at right cornerback, and sixth-round pick Bacarri Rambo will start at free safety. Against this rapid fire offense, look for them to give up some big plays.

With Mike Vick to running back LeSean McCoy to wide receiver DeSean Jackson, the Eagles have some serious home run hitter. The Redkins have even more and will get the ball plenty of times against the feast or famine Eagles.

SAN DIEGO +4 Houston

It is no secret we are not big fans of Phillip Rivers. But he is high on the list of predictably unpredictable. Off a season that was bad even by his highly overrated standards, he all of a sudden enters very underrated.

Also returning are last year leading rusher, Ryan Mathews as well as eight-time Pro Bowl tight end Antonio Gates. With my former neighborhood mate Ken Whisenhunt taking over the offense, look for Rivers to come out of the gate quickly.

Houston Texans safety Ed Reed will not start Monday night’s season opener against the San Diego Chargers.

Rivers is 2-0 against Texans and has seven TDs, one INT and 140.3 passer rating. Dwight Freeney will make Charges debut after spending previous 11 seasons with Indianapolis.

 

categoriaSports Betting News | commentoNo Comments dataSeptember 8th, 2013
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Sunday Night Football Giants vs. Cowboys Odds

By Mike Godsey

Cowboys vs. Giants betting odds has Dallas (-3.5) with a total of 49.5 on Sunday Night Football.  The total is as high as 50.

Stevie Vincent has the biggest NFL side and volcanic Joe Duffy’s Picks the total at a greatly reduced price. Get the picks now as Joe Duffy’s Picks has dominated the NFL since the mid-1980s scorephone days more than any handicapper has in any sport.

Giants vs Cowboys Props  

Some prop bets:

Sun, Sep 08, 2013 EST

Rot#

First To Score

Moneyline

1001

Giants

+100

1002

Cowboys

-130

All wagers have action.

Rot#

Score in 1st 6 min

Moneyline

1005

Yes

-125

1006

No

-105

Rot#

First Score of the Game

Moneyline

1007

TD

-180

1008

FG or Safety

+150

Rot#

A Team to Score 3 Unanswered Times

Moneyline

1009

Yes

-170

1010

No

+140

Rot#

First Scoring Play

Moneyline

1011

Giants TD

+250

1012

Giants FG

+350

1013

Giants Safety

+7500

1014

Cowboys TD

+150

1015

Cowboys FG

+250

1016

Cowboys Safety

+7500

Rot#

Score in Last 2 min of the 1st Half

Moneyline

1017

Yes

-300

1018

No

+220

Rot#

Longest TD in the Game

Moneyline

1019

Over  46½  Yards

-115

1020

Under  46½  Yards

-115

Rot#

Longest FG in the Game

Moneyline

1021

Over  44½  Yards

-130

1022

Under  44½  Yards

+100

Rot#

Double Result

Moneyline

1023

Giants – Giants

+250

1024

Giants – Tie

+2200

1025

Giants – Cowboys

+550

1026

Tie – Giants

+1600

1027

Tie – Tie

+5500

1028

Tie – Cowboys

+1500

1029

Cowboys – Giants

+600

1030

Cowboys – Tie

+2200

1031

Cowboys – Cowboys

+100

1st Half Result / End of Regulation Result. Overtime not included.

Rot#

Winning Margin

Moneyline

1032

Giants to win by 1-3 Pts

+800

1033

Giants to win by 4-6 Pts

+1200

1034

Giants to win by 7-10 Pts

+900

1035

Giants to win by 11-13 Pts

+1800

1036

Giants to win by 14-17 Pts

+1500

1037

Giants to win by 18-21 Pts

+2000

1038

Giants to win by 22 or more

+1000

1039

Cowboys to win by 1-3 Pts

+700

1040

Cowboys to win by 4-6 Pts

+800

1041

Cowboys to win by 7-10 Pts

+600

1042

Cowboys to win by 11-13 Pts

+1000

1043

Cowboys to win by 14-17 Pts

+800

1044

Cowboys to win by 18-21 Pts

+1000

1045

Cowboys to win by 22 or more

+350

Rot#

Team Scoring First Wins Game

Moneyline

1046

Yes

-170

1047

No

+140

Rot#

Shortest TD in the Game

Moneyline

1048

Over  1½  Yards

+100

1049

Under  1½  Yards

-130

Rot#

Highest Scoring Half

Moneyline

1050

1st Half  +½  Pts

-120

1051

2nd Half + OT  -½  Pts

-110

Rot#

Highest Scoring Quarter

Moneyline

1052

1st Quarter

+500

1053

2nd Quarter

+150

1054

3rd Quarter

+500

1055

4th Quarter

+160

Overtime not Included. Dead Heat Rules Apply.

Rot#

Will the Game go to Overtime

Moneyline

1056

Yes

+850

1057

No

-2000

Rot#

Team to Make the Longest FG

Moneyline

1060

Giants

-110

1061

Cowboys

-120

Rot#

Team to Have 1st Coach’s Challenge

Moneyline

1062

Giants

-115

1063

Cowboys

-115

Rot#

Team to Call 1st Timeout

Moneyline

1064

Giants

-115

1065

Cowboys

-115

Rot#

Will there be a Defensive or Special Teams TD

Moneyline

1074

Yes

+135

1075

No

-165

Rot#

Eli Manning (Giants) Total Passing Yards

Moneyline

901

Over  248½  Passing Yards

-130

902

Under  248½  Passing Yards

+100

Rot#

Eli Manning (Giants) Total TD Passes

Moneyline

903

Over  1½  TD Passes

-145

904

Under  1½  TD Passes

+115

Rot#

Will Eli Manning (Giants) Throw an INT

Moneyline

905

Yes

-200

906

No

+160

Rot#

Tony Romo (Cowboys) Total Completions

Moneyline

951

Over  24½  Completions

-115

952

Under  24½  Completions

-115

Rot#

Tony Romo (Cowboys) Total TD Passes

Moneyline

953

Over  1½  TD Passes

-180

954

Under  1½  TD Passes

+150

Rot#

Dez Bryant (Cowboys) Total Receiving Yards

Moneyline

955

Over  93½  Receiving Yards

-115

956

Under  93½  Receiving Yards

-115

Rot#

Eli Manning (Giants) Total Completions

Moneyline

907

Over  21½  Completions

-115

908

Under  21½  Completions

-115

Must play

Rot#

David Wilson (Giants) Total Rushing Yards

Moneyline

909

Over  77½  Rushing Yards

-125

910

Under  77½  Rushing Yards

-105

Must play

Rot#

Will David Wilson (Giants) Score a Touchdown

Moneyline

911

Yes

-115

912

No

-115

Must play

Rot#

Hakeem Nicks (Giants) Total Receptions

Moneyline

913

Over  5  Receptions

-115

914

Under  5  Receptions

-115

Must play

Rot#

Hakeem Nicks (Giants) Total Receiving Yards

Moneyline

915

Over  69½  Receiving Yards

-115

916

Under  69½  Receiving Yards

-115

Must play

Rot#

Will Hakeem Nicks (Giants) Score a Touchdown

Moneyline

917

Yes

+130

918

No

-160

Must play

Rot#

Victor Cruz (Giants) Total Receptions

Moneyline

919

Over  5½  Receptions

+100

920

Under  5½  Receptions

-130

Must play

Rot#

Victor Cruz (Giants) Total Receiving Yards

Moneyline

921

Over  73½  Receiving Yards

-115

922

Under  73½  Receiving Yards

-115

Must play

Rot#

Will Victor Cruz (Giants) Score a Touchdown

Moneyline

923

Yes

+100

924

No

-130

Must play

Rot#

Tony Romo (Cowboys) Total Passing Yards

Moneyline

957

Over  302½  Passing Yards

-120

958

Under  302½  Passing Yards

-110

Must play

Rot#

DeMarco Murray (Cowboys) Total Rushing Yards

Moneyline

959

Over  74½  Rushing Yards

-115

960

Under  74½  Rushing Yards

-115

Must play

Rot#

Will DeMarco Murray (Cowboys) Score a Touchdown

Moneyline

961

Yes

+100

962

No

-130

Must play

Rot#

Dez Bryant (Cowboys) Total Receptions

Moneyline

963

Over  6½  Receptions

-125

964

Under  6½  Receptions

-105

Must play

Rot#

Will Dez Bryant (Cowboys) Score a Touchdown

Moneyline

965

Yes

-140

966

No

+110

Must play

Rot#

Miles Austin (Cowboys) Total Receptions

Moneyline

967

Over  4½  Receptions

+100

968

Under  4½  Receptions

-130

Must play

Rot#

Miles Austin (Cowboys) Total Receiving Yards

Moneyline

969

Over  64½  Receiving Yards

-115

970

Under  64½  Receiving Yards

-115

Must play

Rot#

Jason Witten (Cowboys) Total Receptions

Moneyline

973

Over  6½  Receptions

+100

974

Under  6½  Receptions

-130

Must play

Rot#

Jason Witten (Cowboys) Total Receiving Yards

Moneyline

975

Over  68½  Receiving Yards

-115

976

Under  68½  Receiving Yards

-115

Must play

Rot#

Will Miles Austin (Cowboys) Score a Touchdown

Moneyline

971

Yes

+140

972

No

-170

Must play

Rot#

Player to Score the 1st TD in the Game

Moneyline

2001

Brandon Myers (Giants)

+1600

2002

DaRel Scott (Giants)

+1400

2003

David Wilson (Giants)

+550

2004

DeMarco Murray (Cowboys)

+450

2005

Dez Bryant (Cowboys)

+450

2006

Eli Manning (Giants)

+2000

2007

Hakeem Nicks (Giants)

+750

2008

Jason Witten (Cowboys)

+950

2009

Joseph Randle (Cowboys)

+1600

2010

Miles Austin (Cowboys)

+950

2011

Rueben Randle (Giants)

+1400

2012

Terrance Williams (Cowboys)

+1800

2013

Tony Romo (Cowboys)

+2000

2014

Victor Cruz (Giants)

+650

2015

Field (Any Other Player)

+550

2016

No TD Scored in the game

+15000

All Wagers Have Action.

Rot#

Total Points Scored by Both Teams

Moneyline

2020

0 – 14 Points

+7000

2021

15 – 21 Points

+2200

2022

22 – 28 Points

+1000

2023

29 – 35 Points

+500

2024

36 – 42 Points

+350

2025

43 – 49 Points

+300

2026

50 – 56 Points

+350

2027

57 – 63 Points

+500

2028

64 – 70 Points

+750

2029

71 – 77 Points

+1400

2030

78 or More Points

+1200

 

categoriaSports Betting News | commentoNo Comments dataSeptember 8th, 2013
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Why Pro Bettors Win, You Don’t, But Can As Soon as You Truly Want

By Mike Godsey

This is what we promised: greatest ever betting football season by any gambler ever.

Promises delivered: early stages we are 19-7 with football, 6-0 NFL going back to preseason, 3-0 all regular season Wise Guys in all sports.  Here is what virtually every pro gambler got tonight!

Wise Guy plays are your maximum play. Majors are .75 of Wise Guy plays.

Wise Guy

DENVER -8 Baltimore

Linebacker Ray Lewis and safety Ed Reed are gone from the defending champions. Six new starters, still talented but best time to play them is early.

On offense top-notch receiver Anquan Boldin was traded to San Francisco, and Dennis Pitta, who became a key weapon at tight end.

Manning threw for 4,659 yards and 37 touchdowns in 2012, but this year he’ll have wide receiver Wes Welker, which should be a boost to an already potent offense. Welker is perfect for Manning and his hot reads.

Denver strong running game with Montee Ball, Knowshon Moreno, Ronnie Hillman, Jacob Hester and C.J. Anderson. Manning has a pretty good offensive line protecting him, especially at the two tackle spots with Ryan Clady and Orlando Franklin

Last season, Manning was sacked just 21 times. Only little brother Eli was sacked fewer times among regular NFL starting quarterbacks.

You know how boiler room touts claim to have scouts all over the country, blah, blah?  Well in the most practical sense we do because there are so many quality websites covering the NFL from different angles.

Some proven opinions believe Montee Ball will be a breakout player. Among our Golden Rules is to listen to what the oddsmakers are saying and use their knowledge against them.

Making the defending Super Bowl champs a substantial underdog on opening night is a powerful statement. You will see tonight why.

Major

Baltimore-Denver OVER 48

Denvers top pass rusher, Von Miller is suspended for the first six games. With him on the field, Denver allowed 4.5 yards per play but 5.1 when he was off. In addition, Elvis Dumervil was released because of a fax technicality. When the two were on the field, Denver sacked the QB on eight percent of dropbacks. With the two off, they got a sack 3.4 percent of the time.

The aforesaid trusted sources in the side analysis look for Denver to bring the kitchen sink to compensate for their big drop off in the pass rush. That means a lot of feast or famine, either quick scores or three and out.

Yes Dumerville is on the other sidelines, so will still be a factor, but his absence for Denver means the strength of the defense last year, the pass rush is gone until Miller comes back.

While Dumervil is a big reason why Baltimore will be solid on defense long-term, they need some time to gel. They are not exactly playing the best team to break in a new unit.

Neither team is likely to have long and sustained drives.

categoriaSports Betting News | commentoNo Comments dataSeptember 5th, 2013
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Fantasy Football Prop Bets, Odds Broncos-Ravens 2013 NBC Week 1

By Mike Godsey

Fantasy football and betting odds information abound for the Thursday night NFL Denver Broncos-Baltimore Ravens on NBC.

Listen up pro bettors and soon-to-be ones. Get at least the five-day pass (weekly, monthly, yearly) of GodsTips or Bet It Trinity, we will email every football play we have posted so far for the entire weekend! default

For those who have the full-season pass access now and now available to all monthly pick packs! Joe Duffy’s Picks led by Grandmaster Handicapper Joe Duffy, The NFL Specialist has both the side and total for Thursday Night NFL the Ravens-Broncos. We closed out the preseason with four straight NFL premium play winners. We are 16-7 overall in football.

This includes 2-0 with regular season Wise Guy plays led by Washington Huskies as the Fox Sports 1 Game of the Year. The side is a Wise Guy for Baltimore-Denver, the total a Major. You must read why. We have specific and powerful reasons. Also get Thursday night college football. All the picks are at OffshoreInsiders.com

The sports picks podcast preview is up on this game in scorephone style. Denver is (-7.5) with a total of 48.

NFL fantasy football experts look at the below lines!

Ravens vs Broncos Pro

Thu, Sep 05, 2013 EST

Rot#

First To Score

Moneyline

1001

Ravens

+150

1002

Broncos

-180

All wagers have action.

Rot#

First Score of the Game

Moneyline

1007

TD

-175

1008

FG or Safety

+145

Rot#

A Team to Score 3 Unanswered Times

Moneyline

1009

Yes

-220

1010

No

+175

Rot#

First Scoring Play

Moneyline

1011

Ravens TD

+275

1012

Ravens FG

+300

1013

Ravens Safety

+7500

1014

Broncos TD

+100

1015

Broncos FG

+275

1016

Broncos Safety

+7500

Rot#

Longest TD in the Game

Moneyline

1019

Over  45½  Yards

-120

1020

Under  45½  Yards

-110

Rot#

Longest FG in the Game

Moneyline

1021

Over  43½  Yards

-125

1022

Under  43½  Yards

-105

Rot#

Double Result

Moneyline

1023

Ravens – Ravens

+400

1024

Ravens – Tie

+2500

1025

Ravens – Broncos

+550

1026

Tie – Ravens

+2000

1027

Tie – Tie

+5500

1028

Tie – Broncos

+1600

1029

Broncos – Ravens

+850

1030

Broncos – Tie

+3000

1031

Broncos – Broncos

-225

1st Half Result / End of Regulation Result. Overtime not included.

Rot#

Team Scoring First Wins Game

Moneyline

1046

Yes

-210

1047

No

+165

Rot#

Shortest TD in the Game

Moneyline

1048

Over  1½  Yards

-110

1049

Under  1½  Yards

-120

Rot#

Highest Scoring Quarter

Moneyline

1052

1st Quarter

+450

1053

2nd Quarter

+135

1054

3rd Quarter

+450

1055

4th Quarter

+150

Overtime not Included. Dead Heat Rules Apply.

Rot#

Will the Game go to Overtime

Moneyline

1056

Yes

+800

1057

No

-2000

Rot#

Team to Make the Longest FG

Moneyline

1060

Ravens

-110

1061

Broncos

-120

Rot#

Team to Have 1st Coach’s Challenge

Moneyline

1062

Ravens

-115

1063

Broncos

-115

Rot#

Team to Call 1st Timeout

Moneyline

1064

Ravens

-115

1065

Broncos

-115

Rot#

Will there be a Defensive or Special Teams TD

Moneyline

1074

Yes

+135

1075

No

-165

 

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