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The Giants shook off a sluggish 2-2 start to post three-straight victories that has them back on top in the NFC East at 5-2 straight-up. They are 3-3-1 against the spread this season and the total has stayed UNDER in five of the seven games.
The reason for the turnaround other than the fourth-quarter play of quarterback Eli Manning is a revitalized defense that has returned to the form that helped carry this team all the way to a Super Bowl title last season.
For the second time this year, NFL betting fans will get a chance to take in a clash between the New York Jets and the Miami Dolphins in a 1:00 ET kickoff at MetLife Stadium.
Miami has to love the fact that the weather conditions in this game probably won’t be ideal. Mother Nature is throwing Hurricane Sandy the way of the Big Apple, and if that turns out to be a real problem over the course of the game,
The NFL takes its annual trek to Jolly Old England on Sunday afternoon at Wembley Stadium, and NFL betting fans won’t want to miss the duel here between the New England Patriots and the St. Louis Rams.
The Patriots are actually the only team in the AFC to ever win a game off of American soil in the NFL regular season. They did that just a few years back, and now they are back make English soil Patriot land once again. QB Tom Brady is one of the biggest stars that will be in the country,
The NFL consensus report is different every week, but it is consistent in the fact that popular teams will always get the majority of the public action. The New England Patriots, Green Bay Packers, and Dallas Cowboys are very popular teams that get heavy action in nearly every week.
The NFL betting strategies tend to change over the course of the season. This is common and a mistake that most handicappers often commit is that they do not change their strategies. As the season changes and the teams change the strategies must change along with them.
One thing that is constant is that teams elevate their play when playing in division.
Here at Bang the Book, we have all of the top matchups of the 2012 NFL betting campaign covered! Today, we’re taking a look at the best matchups for Week 8!
As badly as the 2-4 Bucs have looked at times this year, they really aren’t all that far out of the thick of the fight for the playoffs in the NFC, where seemingly no one really wants to put a chokehold on the few available slots. Minnesota is one of the teams that really could make a difference in the conference this year, as it needs perhaps just five more wins over the course of the rest of the campaign to ultimately end up in the second season in the rough and tumble NFC North
The Minnesota Vikings hope to continue to be the surprising team of the NFC on the NFL Network’s Thursday Night Football this week when they take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Bucs might be just 2-4 this year, but they are showing some spunk for sure and will pick off teams like this one if they aren’t careful.
Injuries happen all the time in the NFL and some players play through them while other struggle to make it back to the field and eventually sit out for a long time. That happened on Sunday and the injury was very crucial to the hopes of the entire team.
The Jacksonville Jaguars were playing the Raiders and became one of the few underdogs to cover on the day but it came out a costly price.
NFL Week 7 is just about to wrap up and it is never too early to look at the lines for the NFL games they minute that they are released. The bye weeks are still in affect and there are several teams that will be on a bye in week 8 to include Buffalo, Cincinnati, Baltimore, and Houston.
However there are still plenty of games too choose from.
It has been an up and down ride for the Steelers so far with a 2-3 record straight-up and a 1-4 record against the spread. They will quickly have to put last Thursday’s heart-breaking 26-23 loss to Tennessee as 5.5-point road favorite out of their mind to avoid falling into a huge hole in the AFC North.
Ben Roethlisberger has Pittsburgh’s offense ranked seventh in the NFL in passing yards per game, but what is missing is the ability to consistently run the ball.