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NFC North foes battle it out in what is becoming one of the most intriguing games of the week in NFL betting action, as the Detroit Lions will fight it out with the Minnesota Vikings.
Sure, we’re only a few games into the season, but the Vikings all of a sudden might find themselves in the thick of the playoff race, especially if they can figure out how to win this game. Taking QB Christian Ponder in the first round of the NFL Draft was considered a massive reach, but perhaps Minnesota knew what it was doing.
Week 4 of the 2012 NFL betting campaign is about set to kick off on Thursday night, as all 32 teams continue their conquest to lift the Lombardi Trophy. Today, we take a look at our Top 10 Betting Tips, as we point out some of the most important people, teams, and trends that you’ll be hearing all about as the season continues.
The word “replacement” is a word that NFL fans hope to not hear a lot of any longer. Yes, the replacement refs are gone and the real refs are back, but there are some teams that are going to be dealing with some major injuries this week that could hamper their efforts at winning games.
When you bet on the NFL, you should know all about the numbers. Numbers for stats, numbers for trends, numbers for betting lines, numbers for ‘totals’ – You should know it all. Here at Bang the Book, we are set to talk about the football betting lines for Week 4. Here are the most important numbers that you need to remember for the week!
2: The number of wins this year that QB Christian Ponder has. To put that in perspective, that’s double the wins that QB Drew Brees and QB Aaron Rodgers have this year, and it is the same number of wins that Brees, Rodgers, and QB Tom Brady have put together. It’s amazing to think that Ponder is the man that is leading the NFC North this year, when you think about all of the other great quarterbacks in that division.
If you have not yet applied the football consensus report as a handicapping tool you are missing out on an opportunity to improve your handicapping arsenal with weapons to bang the book and fatten your bankroll.
The college football schedule for week 5 has provided another opportunity to apply the consensus report to select a few winners. Here are three games that jump off the schedule.
Two teams that used to take up residence in the Dawg Pound are going to meet on the NFL Network’s Thursday Night Football betting festivities in Week 4, as the Cleveland Browns take on the Baltimore Ravens.
This is going to be a tough draw for the Browns, knowing that they are already facing an 0-3 start to the season and now have to get ready for the Baltimore no-huddle attack with just three days of preparation.
The last two teams of the week to kick it off on Monday Night Football betting action this week are the Seattle Seahawks and the Green Bay Packers. Check out some of the NFL prop bets that are available at BetDSI, as we analyze the betting lines and see which sides to play.
Longest Field Goal of the Game Under 44.5 Yards: Kicking in Seattle isn’t one of the easiest things to do, especially for two kickers that aren’t often allowed to kick the big time boots. Granted, K Mason Crosby has a huge leg and can kick it from 60, but K Steven Hauschka isn’t all that great of a kicker.
The Houston Texans and the Denver Broncos are going to fight it out in a battle on the NFL betting lines in Week 3 against one another in the national game of the week on CBS.
Every now and again, a team has to learn how to lose a big game before it can learn to win one. The Texans figured out how to lose that close game against a great team last year on the road when they were beaten by the Baltimore Ravens.
Two teams with a heck of a lot of ties to one another will meet on the Week 3 NFL odds on Sunday afternoon at University of Phoenix Stadium, where the Arizona Cardinals will host the Philadelphia Eagles in one of the two battles of the weekend between 2-0 teams.
It’s not often that you say that you see something you’ve never seen before in the history of the NFL, but the Eagles are doing something that has never been done. They are the first team in league history to win their first two games by a single point.
The 2012 home schedule for the Dallas Cowboys begins on Sunday afternoon against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, as they try to beat the NFL betting lines in this Week 3 clash.
The Buccaneers have really set the tone for what should be a great tenure for Head Coach Greg Schiano. Tampa Bay made it known last week against the New York Giants that it isn’t going to be a gigantic pushover as it was last year.
QB Robert Griffin III is going to be making his debut in front of his hometown fans at FedEx Field in NFL betting action this week for his Washington Redskins when they take on the Cincinnati Bengals.
Last year, Cincinnati went 9-0 against teams that didn’t get into the playoffs and 0-8 against teams that did, including a first round loss to the Houston Texans at Reliant Stadium. This year, that appears to be holding serve, as the Bengals beat the Cleveland Browns (not going to the playoffs) and lost to the Baltimore Ravens (probably will go to the playoffs).