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Week 6 NFL Odds

Houston @ Denver

Broncos -7.5 Points

Over/Under 40.5 Points

The Houston Texans rediscovered their running game and quarterback Brock Osweiler proved why the franchise decided to spend millions on him in the offseason in the team’s win over Indianapolis last week. Now, head coach Bill O’Brien and company get to test their recipe for success against the slumping Denver Broncos.

Denver started the season 4-0 but has lost its past two games, including last week’s 21-13 defeat to the Chargers. While Houston has re-established the run, Denver has yet to establish a consistent ground game something that is imperative in a Gary Kubiak offense. Without the solid run game, the play action passing that Kubiak offenses are known for cannot have great success. First-year quarterback Trevor Siemian, and his backup rookie Paxton Lynch, have both played well, but the lack of a running game does not bode well for the rest of the schedule.

The two teams haven’t played since 2013 when Denver won 37-13 in Houston. The last time the two teams met in Denver, it was Houston that grabbed a 31-25 victory back in 2012.

Seattle @ Arizona

Cardinals -2 Points

Over/Under 43.5 Points

The Cardinals have won their share of games over the past three years. With Bruce Arians as the head coach, Arizona has won 35 games in the past three regular seasons. They have serious problems with one opponent – Seattle. The Seahawks have beaten the Cardinals in four of six games over the past three years. The fact that the Cardinals play at home is no advantage either. The last time the two teams met at the University of Phoenix Stadium, the Seahawks drilled Arizona, 36-6.

This time around, the Cardinals are coming off a big Monday night win, a 28-3 victory over the New York Jets. Arizona has evened its record at 3-3 after a poor 1-3 start to the 2016 season. One of the big reasons for the turnaround is the running of David Johnson. The second-year pro rushed for 157 yards and two touchdowns in a win over San Francisco and followed that performance up with 111 yards and three more scores in the win over the Jets. Johnson’s running makes the passing game all the more effective.

The Cardinals are also improving defensively. They rank third in the NFL against the pass (191 ypg), fourth in total defense (295 ypg), and sixth in scoring defense (17.3 ppg). If there is a better defense in the league, it would be the Seahawks. Seattle is third in scoring defense (15.6) and beat the league’s best offense (Atlanta) last week.

Seattle had problems early in the year on offense, but quarterback Russell Wilson and an improved running game with Christine Michael (354 rushing yards) has helped the Seahawks average 30 points a game over the last three weeks.

New England @ Pittsburgh

New England -7 Points

Over/Under 46 Points

The Steelers will start Landry Jones at quarterback in place of the injured Ben Roethlisberger this week. Big Ben was hurt in the second quarter of Pittsburgh’s loss to Miami last week. He will have surgery and could be back after the Steelers’ bye week in time for Baltimore. With Jones at the helm of the offense, RB Le’Veon Bell and the Steelers’ offensive line is going to have to come through.

The Patriots are averaging 469 yards per game since the return of future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady. In his two games, Brady has thrown for 782 yards and seven touchdowns. That is not good news for Pittsburgh which has one of the worst pass defenses in the NFL. The Steelers are ranked 29th (out of 32 teams) in pass defense. They were also gashed for 222 rushing yards last week by the Dolphins.

If the Steelers get DE Cam Heyward and LB Ryan Shazier back, it may make a bit of a difference. Neither has been given the okay yet. Without the pair, Brady may have another field day picking apart the Steeler secondary.

San Diego @ Atlanta

Falcons -6.5 Points

Over/Under 53 Points

The Chargers probably saved Mike McCoy’s job for a few more weeks by beating AFC West leading Denver last week. San Diego’s defense gave up its fewest points of the season in a 21-13 victory. If the Chargers can continue to improve defensively, they could turn their season around. Up next is a very good Falcons team that San Diego has only beaten once… ever.

The two franchises have only played nine times and Atlanta has won eight times. The only time the Chargers won Ronald Reagan was the still the U.S. president and the Falcons played at Fulton County Stadium. This year, Atlanta comes into the game off a tough 26-24 loss to the Seahawks.

The Atlanta offense is as good as it gets. They lead the league in scoring (33.2 points a game) and average 457.8 yards of offense per game. The Chargers, while improving on defense, are going to have their hands full with QB Matt Ryan and one of the game’s best wide receivers in Julio Jones. The game could turn into a shootout. San Diego is third in the NFL in scoring averaging 28.8 points per game.


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2016 NFL Season

Week 5 NFL Odds

NY Jets @ Arizona

Broncos -3 Points

Over/Under 44 Points

Carson Palmer should be back for the Cardinals who got a much needed win over San Francisco last week. The win was costly though as both guards on the offensive line, Evan Mathis and Mike Iupati, went down with injuries. Mathis is done for the season, but Iupati is listed as questionable.

The key for Arizona will be to get RB David Johnson going again. The second-year back ran for 157 yards on 27 carries against the 49ers last week. Johnson scored twice and carried much of the offensive load for the Palmer-less Cardinals. The defense also sacked 49ers QB Blaine Gabbert seven times, an added bonus.

If Arizona can apply pressure to Jets QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, he is susceptible to throwing interceptions. It was Fitzpatrick who threw six picks in a loss to Kansas City earlier this season. The Jets have lost three straight and have produced just 33 points in those three losses. If they cannot put up points this week, they are in trouble against the Cardinals.

Kansas City @ Oakland

Chiefs -1 Point

Over/Under 46.5 Points

It’s a classic AFC West showdown as the Chiefs travel to Oakland on Sunday. The Chiefs will have had the benefit of an extra week off to prepare after their bye. Oakland comes in riding a three-game win streak thanks to a 34-31 win over San Diego last Sunday.

While the Raiders offense is spectacular, head coach Jack Del Rio’s defense better figure some things out…and soon. The Raiders are giving up 27.4 points per game and what was considered one of the league’s better pass rushes has a whopping total of seven sacks. Defensive end Khalil Mack, who finished with 15 sacks last season and was considered a favorite for this year’s Defensive Player of the Year award, has just one sack.

Oakland is fourth in the NFL in scoring (28.4 points per game) and QB Derek Carr (11 TD passes) and WR Amari Cooper (456 receiving yards) are coming into their own. The Raiders are off to their best start in 14 years, but they are going to need to stop the Chiefs on Sunday.

One plus for the Raiders is that the Chiefs offense is a work in progress. QB Alex Smith is solid, but the running game is by committee again and Kansas City lacks a big-play wide receiver. The Chiefs are mediocre across the board as evidenced by their 2-2 record, but they were 1-5 last year before winning 10 straight to qualify for the postseason.

Atlanta @ Seattle

Seahawks -6.5 Points

Over/Under 46.5 Points

Who would have thought the Atlanta Falcons would be 4-1 and atop the NFC South? Well, the Falcons did. Their offense is the best in the league and the defense, well, the Falcons offense is good enough right now to cover up for a suspect defense. That offense will be tested against one of the league’s better defenses in Seattle.

The Falcons are averaging 35 points per game mostly thanks to a passing game that features the deadly combination of QB Matt Ryan and WR Julio Jones. Ryan leads the NFL with 1,740 passing yards and Jones is third (just two yards behind leader Marvin Jones) with 517 receiving yards. Head coach Dan Quinn and the Falcons have proved themselves beating both of last year’s Super Bowl participants, Carolina and Denver, in successive weeks.

The Seahawks are 3-1 thanks, in large part, to a stingy defense that is giving up just 13.5 points per game (3rd in the NFL). The offense struggled early but has scored 37 and 27 points in its last two games, both wins. Quarterback Russell Wilson will have had a week off to recover from a minor injury and Atlanta will have to battle the elements at CenturyLink Field which includes the 12th man, Seattle’s home crowd.

Dallas @ Green Bay

Packers -4.5 Points

Over.Under 47.5 Points

The Dallas Cowboys front office can pat itself on the back after two of the best draft picks in recent memory. Dallas is 4-1 and leading the NFC East thanks to a pair of rookies drafted earlier this year. Running back Ezekiel Elliott is the NFL’s leading rusher with 546 yards on 109 carries. Quarterback Dak Prescott has yet to throw an interception and has a QB rating of 86.7. He has filled in more than admirably for the injured Tony Romo, so much so that it may be a tough decision when the veteran is healthy.

Green Bay is 3-1, but the Packers are not their usual selves. The offense is a little off and with RB Eddie Lacy and WR Randall Cobb both questionable for Sunday’s game, it may be way off. Still, QB Aaron Rodgers has managed and the Packers are off to a good start in 2016. Through four games Rodgers has just 876 yards passing, averaging about 219 per game, and nine touchdowns. He and the Packers offense will face a Cowboys defense that is solid and improving.

Dez Bryant will return this week for the Cowboys after missing two games with a leg injury. That could add another dimension to the Dallas offense. The Cowboys leading receiver thus far? Cole Beasley with 27 catches for 332 yards.


Week 4 NFL Odds

LA Rams at Arizona Cardinals

Cardinals -8 points

Over/Under 42.5 points

It’s hard to believe that the Rams are 2-1 and Arizona is 1-2 and struggling. Carson Palmer threw three picks last week as the Cardinals fell badly to Buffalo, 33-18. For head coach Bruce Arians and his team to get out of their slump, they need to score early and often. The Cards have not scored a point in the first quarter this season.

Buffalo had success running the football against the Cardinals last week. Los Angeles needs to do the same. Running back Todd Gurley has to have success if the Rams are going to win on the road, as they did a year ago. On their trip to University of Phoenix Stadium last year, Gurley tore through the Cardinals’ defense for 146 yards on 19 carries. The Rams as a team gained 164 yards on the ground in a 24-22 victory.

For Arizona, it’s a matter of Palmer getting hot, not turning the ball over, and RB David Johnson continuing to play well. Johnson is the team’s leading rusher and second-leading receiver behind Larry Fitzgerald (20 rec., 218 yds., 3 TDs).

Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco 49ers

Cowboys -2 points

Over/Under 45 points

The Cowboys are 49ers are headed in opposite directions and where they end up will fall largely on the guy playing quarterback. The Cowboys are 2-1 as rookie Dak Prescott took over for the injured Tony Romo and led Dallas to two victories. The former Mississippi State quarterback has yet to throw an interception and is doing an admirable job running the Cowboys’ offense.

On the other end, 49ers head coach Chip Kelly has been busy fielding questions about San Francisco’s quarterback position. Starter Blaine Gabbert is 30th in the league in passing yards and the offense as a whole is just 16-of-46 on third down. Backup Colin Kaepernick has been in the news more for his protesting of the national anthem than for his quarterback play. Kelly claims that the former 49ers starter is just not 100 percent yet. When he is, he may be taking over for Gabbert who has completed just 55 percent of his passes thus far this season.

Regardless, Kelly needs to ensure that his defense can slow down the Cowboys offense. So far this season, San Francisco is giving up almost 28 points per game. That is surprising considering that the 49ers shutout the Rams in Week 1.

Kansas City Chiefs at Pittsburgh Steelers

Steelers -5 points

Over/Under 47 points

The Steelers suffered their worst loss in 27 years when they were beaten by Philadelphia 34-3 last week. The usually productive Pittsburgh running game was held to 27 yards. The Steelers do get Le’Veon Bell back from suspension this week and the Chiefs did give up over a 130 yards on the ground to the Jets last week.

While Kansas City did give up some yards on the ground, their defense played on a different level. The Chiefs caused eight turnovers, picking up two fumbles and intercepting Jets’ QB Ryan Fitzpatrick six times. Don’t look for Pittsburgh QB Ben Roethlisberger to make quite as many mistakes.

The Steelers secondary has given up over 300 yards passing in each of their three games. Pittsburgh is fourth against the run though (75.3 yards per game) and the Chiefs still have not used Jamaal Charles this season. Pittsburgh is very good at home and a Sunday night at Heinz Field is a very difficult environment in which to win.

NY Giants at Minnesota Vikings

Vikings -5 points

Over/Under 43 points

The Vikings just don’t seem to care. Starting quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was lost for the season before the first game. Star running back Adrian Peterson will likely miss the season as well after a knee injury. The offense is sputtering. For head coach Mike Zimmer and the rest of the Vikings, they don’t care. They win anyway.

After three weeks, the Vikings are 3-0 and host the 2-1 Giants who are much better defensively than a year ago. The Giants finished dead last in total defense and were near the bottom in many other categories last season. New head coach Ben McAdoo and the front office worked hard on improving the Giants defense and it is paying off. The Giants did lose to Washington last week, but more importantly lost RB Shane Vereen for the season.

Minnesota’s defense is averaging five sacks per game, the NFL’s best. They sacked Carolina QB and reigning NFL MVP Cam Newton eight times last week. The Vikings defense is also tied for second in the league in interceptions. That defense is the reason why they have wins over the Panthers, Green Bay, and Tennessee to start the season. Without a solid running game, the Giants will struggle in Minnesota on Monday night.


Week 3 NFL Odds

Houston Texans at New England Patriots

Texans -1.5 points

Over/Under 40.5 points

The Houston Texans look like a brand new team behind new quarterback Brock Osweiller and his arsenal of weapons at the wide-out position and in the backfield. Houston is off to an impressive 2-0 start and have looked dangerous thus far in the early going of the 2016 regular season. If that offense can keep clicking like it is with Brock and DeAndre Hopkins leading the charge, the Texans are a team to watch throughout the season and possibly into the Playoffs. They’ll be visiting a Patriots team that is also 2-0 behind Tom Brady’s replacement Jimmy Garoppolo, however, Garaooppolo is now dealing with injury issues and may have to sit week 3, which would leave Jacoby Brissett as the remaining starter for the Pats and wide receiver Julian Edelman acting as emergency backup.

Baltimore Ravens at Jacksonville Jaguars

Ravens -1 points

Over/Under 47 points

The Baltimore Ravens came back from a 1st quarter 20-2 deficit to defeat the browns by a final score of 25-20. They held Josh McCown and the Browns to zero scores in the final 3 quarters of the game, and sealing the deal with an interception at the goaline by Ravens linebacker CJ Mosely. It was an impressive comeback for a Ravens squad that still has a lot of question marks, but is still off to a strong 2-0 start on the year after beating Buffalo in week 1. The Jaguars are at the other end of the spectrum after getting off to a disappointing 0-2 start with a lot of promise leading up to the season. They got smacked bad at San Diego by a strong Chargers team. Jacksonville will be desperate for a win and should be able to pick apart that Ravens’ suspect secondary.

Denver Broncos at Cincinnati Bengals

Bengals -3 points

Over/Under 41 points

The Super Bowl Champion Denver Broncos are off to a hot start even after many expected a rebuilding after the loss of Peyton Manning to retirement and Brock Osweiller to the Texans, but they look as strong as ever and that defense is back at full strength. They’re coming off an impressive 34-20 win at home against Andrew Luck and the Colts with the defense chipping in with two touchdowns. They’ll be entering Cincinnati to take on a Bengals team that just got smacked by their new division rival, the Pittsburgh Steelers in Pittsburgh. Combined with their solid win from week 1 against the Jets, the Bengals enter Sunday’s big game with a 1-1 record, and looking to bounce back from a poor offensive and defensive performance last week on the road.

Pittsburgh Steelers at Philadelphia Eagles

Steelers -3.5 points

Over/Under 46.5 points

The Pittsburgh Steelers enter week 3 ranked atop many experts’ NFL Power Rankings with that powerful offense clicking on all cylinders. They’ve started the season with two solid wins after dominating the Redskins in week 1 and then finishing off the Bengals at home just last week. Ben Roethlisburger and Antonio Brown look as dangerous as ever and are lighting things up, while DeAngelo Williams has been good in Bell’s absence while he serves his four game suspension for missing drug tests. They’ll be traveling to Philadelphia to take on the new Eagles behind rookie quarterback Carson Wentz who has been lights out thus far in his first two weeks in the NFL. Wentz displays all the tools to be a star in the league for years to come and has the Eagles off to an easy 2-0 start after dismantling the Browns in week 1 and then the Bears in similar fashion last week.



Week 2 NFL Odds

Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns

Ravens -5.5 points

Over/Under 42.5 points

The Ravens opened the season last week with a decent win at home over the Buffalo Bills. The offense had a few big splash plays from the passing game but was overall pretty average. However, the defense looks to be back to form by keeping the Bills under 170 yards of total offense. The Browns looked like the Browns in week 1 when they played at Philadelphia behind quarterback Roger Griffin III, but he’ll now miss time with an injury and hand the reigns over to Josh McCown who threw for over 400 yards last year against the Ravens. Both teams have question marks, but the Ravens still like a team of mystery who could either fade as the season goes on, or find that playoff determination that’s served them in the past.

Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers

Steelers -3 points

Over/Under 48.5 points

A young budding rivalry brewing in the AFC North is the Steelers and Bengals. The two teams have created a lot of bad blood between them stemming from physical games bordering on the edge of the rule book at times. Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict is at the top of the hate list after some malicious hits on steeler players as the Bengals seemingly unraveled and self destructed in the playoffs in Pittsburgh last season. Cincinnati once again seems primed to take the next big step in the playoffs, but they’ve looked like that for years now. The Steelers look to be like arguably the best high powered offense in the league with Ben Roethlisburger throwing to Antonio Brown and their cast of solid wide receivers. Expect a close and extremely physical game when these two meet this Sunday.

New York Jets at Buffalo Bills

Jets -1.5 points

Over/Under 40.5 points

Tyrod Taylor and the Buffalo Bills offense got off to a horrific start last week at Baltimore against a young and unproven Ravens defense. They were held to less than 170 yards of total offense, which is impressively bad. Their defense was better, but not good enough as they gave up a few big pass plays allowing the Ravens to take the opener by a score of 13-7. The Jets look like a fresh team this season with Ryan Fitzpatrick at the helm slinging it to great receivers like Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker. They also have new acquisition Matt Forte in the backfield who looks motivated and ready to produce big this season with his new team. The Jets have a lot more offensive power than the Ravens, and the Bills defense will have to step it up if they want to keep them out of the endzone.

Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Rams

Seahawks -6 points

Over/Under 37.5 points

The LA Rams looked like the worst, most inept team in all of the NFL’s week 1 action. Their offense was pitiful behind starting quarterback Casee Keenum, and second year running back Todd Gurley couldn’t get things going on the ground either against the San Francisco 49ers. The Rams showed no potential at all against a 49er defense that isn’t expected to be great this year. It was as bad of a start to the LA Rams era as one could imagine. The Seahawks opened up at home against the Miami Dolphins last week and had to fight off a pesky Dolphins team that fell short by 2 points to the Seahawks. Personally I’d look at that as the Dolphins coming prepared and motivated for this coming season, instead of suggesting that Seattle has turn the slope and is starting to decline. It’ll be interesting if the Rams can even keep this game from getting away from them early.

Week 1 NFL Odds

Carolina Panthers at Denver Broncos (Thursday Night)

Panthers -3 points

Over/Under 41.5 points

In a rematch of last year’s Super Bowl, the Panthers will travel to Denver to take on the reigning Champion Broncos. The line opened at Broncos -1 but the public has strongly influenced the line as it currently sits at Panthers -3. Denver seems like a mess at the quarterback spot after surprisingly cutting March Sanchez and naming inexperienced Trevor Siemian to start. More concerning is that they just made a trade a few days ago to acquire quarterback Austin Davis, so they’ll be carrying three QBs including rookie Paxton Lynch. On the other side of the ball, Denver’s defense should be dominant once again this season, and will need to be in order to make any type of deep playoff run. The Panthers enter the game with revenge on their mind and a team loaded with weapons on both sides of the ball. It’s hard to see the Panthers not winning the game outright given the Broncos’ offense in transition.

Oakland Raiders at New Orleans Saints

Saints -1 point

Over/Under 51 points

Derek Carr and the Oakland Raiders will open up the season on the road in New Orleans as they take on Drew Brees and the Saints. The Raiders have looked primed to take that next step after hitting big on drafting young players like Derek Carr, Amari Cooper, and Khalil Mack. The Saints are coming off a down year that saw them finish with a 7-9 record and 3rd place in the NFC South division. They did little this off-season to add any new prime weapons around Drew Brees, and have a defense with plenty of holes in it. They’ll have to put up points if they want to stay with the Raiders’ offense and avoid a week 1 loss at home. With another losing season this year, Sean Payton and the New Orleans Saints are going to start to think they missed their window to win a championship.

Buffalo Bills at Baltimore Ravens

Ravens -3 points

Over/Under 44.5 points

The Ravens missed the playoffs last season for the first time since John Harbaugh and Joe Flacco joined the team. They were held back with injuries to a number of star players, such as Joe Flacco, Steve Smith, Terrell Suggs, and Justin Foresett. After finishing with a 5-11 record last year, many people are sleeping on the Ravens this year, a role that has served them well in the past. With all of their key injured players back and healthy, Baltimore is poised to make some noise this season in the AFC North. They’ll also get back 2nd year player Breshad Perriman who just saw his first NFL action in the final preseason game. They’ll host a Buffalo Bills team that finished 8-8, just out of the playoffs last year. They’re led by two former Ravens, coach Rex Ryan and quarterback Tyrod Taylor. Along with Sammy Watkins and a strong defense, the Bills have the chance to breakthrough into the playoffs this year if they continue to progress. The line for week 1 falls right at Ravens -3, which is right about where it should be for opening week with a lot of questions about a Ravens team coming back from an injury-filled season.

New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys

Giants -1 points

Over/Under 46.5 points

The line started at Cowboys -3 but the public was heavily spooked by the loss of Dallas starting quarterback Tony Romo for the season, moving the line to Giants -1 currently. Rookie Dak Prescott from Mississippi State will make his NFL debut at home in one of the best rivalries in football. It’s a great introduction for a kid who has came out and been spectacular during the preseason, and giving Cowboys’ fans confidence that they may still be a threat even without Romo this season. With the addition of Ezekiel Elliott and Dez Bryant back healthy, this Cowboys are always a formidable opponent. The Giants will return their own cast of stars with Eli Manning, Odell Beckham Jr., and Victor Cruz returning after a long time of rehab. This should be one of the more interesting and unpredictable matchups of Sunday’s NFL. With so much riding on Dallas’ two big rookies at quarterback and running back, it’ll be a gambling man’s guess of who gets off to an early lead after week 1 in the NFC East.


2015 NFL Season

SUPER BOWL 50 ODDS – Carolina Panthers vs. Denver Broncos

Super Bowl 50 betting odds opened up at -3 Points for the Carolina Panthers but a lot of money has since come in wagering on the Panthers and has thus moved the line up to 5 to 5.5 points depending on where you wager at. There have been a lot of great opportunities for gamblers to make money with our prop bets as well.

Tom Brady and Peyton Manning will meet in the AFC Conference Championship once again, which essentially seems like tradition at this point. Tom Brady is only 2-6 at Mile High Stadium, and it looks to be cold and unforgiving weather in the early forecast for next Sunday. That stout Broncos defense will look to make sure that streak is pushed to 2-7, while Brady and company seem to have their offense healthy after many weeks of starters missing time. It should be another epic showdown between the two future Hall of Famers.
On the other side, Cam Newton and company jumped out to a 31-0 lead at halftime versus the Seahawks, only to squander much of that lead as they didn’t score any points in the second half. The Seahawks still came up short after a missed onside kick in the final minutes, allowing the Panthers to take a knee  for the final few plays. They’ll face a Cardinals team that had to endure two successful hailmarys by Aaron Rodgers on the final drive of regulation, but eventually overcame in the opening drive of overtime with a touchdown of their own to push them into the conference title game. Plenty of action this week for Jon and his team to make you some money. Only two weeks of football left before next season, make sure you get in today and cash in!

NFL Divisional Round Playoffs Odds

Hot off a dominating performance last week, Jon Price and his team are back to continue their winning ways in the 2015 Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs. Plenty of marquee matchups out of this weekend’s crop of games. One game Jon and his team already have circled is the game between the Green Bay Packers and the Arizona Cardinals. Coming off a solid second half comeback win at Washington last week, the Packers will look to keep the momentum going this week as they take on the 2nd seeded Cardinals and Carson Palmer.

Jon and his team have also highlighted the Broncos – Steelers game as having great value, and is urging all his clients to capitalize to the fullest on this opportunity. Plenty to work with and choose from this week with some side action as well as action on some of the totals.
When the early lines were introduced for this coming weekend’s game, we knew it was going to be a big one, and Jon Price does not disappoint. Get in now with the hottest picker in the country, the only picker that gives free plays out on nationally syndicated radio programs. With only a few weeks to cash in on the 2015-16 NFL season, the time to act is now. Get on board by visiting our homepage and let Jon and his team get you on the winning side this weekend!

NFL Playoffs Round 1 Odds

The 2016 NFL Playoffs are finally here and we have 2 big games circled for the opening round. Everything gets started Saturday when the Houston Texans play host to the Kansas City Chiefs, but by far the biggest matchup of Saturday is the primetime AFC North Matchup of the Cincinnati Bengals taking on the Pittsburgh Steelers. For the 4th consecutive week, AJ McCarron will start for the Bengals. He’s played well in Andy Dalton’s absence as he’s yet to throw an interception in the 3 games he’s started. However he did throw 2 interceptions in his first game in action when he replaced Dalton midway through, against the same Steelers defense he’ll face this Saturday night.

Things get started early on Sunday as the Vikings host the red hot Seattle Seahawks. The Vikings are just as hot in their own right, but the Seahawks are coming off a dominant performance on the road against the Arizona Cardinals, who many were considering the class of the NFC, at least, if not many people’s favorite Super Bowl picks. Adrian Peterson and the Vikings will be ready as they’re coming off an impressive road win of their own at Lambeau last week with the division title on the line against the Packers.
Jon Price and his team have every angle covered from this first opening Playoff week’s set of games. Two plays that we’re urging our clients to load up on, and plenty of other side action to make this week an extremely profitable opening week to the Playoffs!

Week 17 NFL Odds

The final week of the 2015 NFL Regular Season is upon us and we’re closing out Jon Price’s biggest season yet with a big cherry on top for Week 17. We have three big games circled that Jon and our team absolutely love and want all of our clients preparing for. Not only do we have some side action per usual, but we also have one particular total that is just a huge opportunity waiting to be taken advantage of.

Plenty of high stakes plays and playoff implications this week as we start with the Jets traveling to Buffalo to take on the Bills. If the Jets win, they’ll make the playoffs. Rex Ryan will have his team ready to go against his former employer as he tries to spoil the Jets’ playoff hopes, which would in turn push the Steelers into the 6th seed with a win against Cleveland.

Perhaps the biggest marquee matchup of the week is on Sunday Night Football when the Vikings and Packers meet in Green Bay to crown the NFC North Champion. The Vikings are entering the game playing lights out while Green Bay has faltered down the stretch but will look to rebound against their familiar adversary.

Jon crushed it last week hitting two huge plays on Sunday, and he’s every bit as confident that this week will be more of the same. The hottest picker throughout this season on syndicated national radio, Jon and his team have won his clients MILLIONS this season in NFL alone! You simply can’t afford to miss out on anymore of Jon’s winning information.

Week 16 NFL Odds

Fresh off Jon’s second best winning week of the season, we have big plans for this week 16 in the NFL. Plenty of great matchups to choose from with playoff implications. Saturday night will feature the first game with serious playoff repercussions as the Eagles will play host to the Redskins to decide who will take the lead of the NFC East going into the final week of the season. Our team has been all over this play since the second the line was introduced, and we’re going all in!

Another game without the playoff implications, but that we love the line on is the Ravens vs Steelers matchup. Usually considered the best rivalry in all of the NFL, this year’s rivalry matchups between the two will have an asterik next to them as the Ravens have been decimated by injuries and will be without the majority of their stars. We still love the line on this game and it should be an easy opportunity to cash in.

Two more marquee matchups with big time playoff consequences are the Jets vs Patriots and the Bengals vs Broncos. The Jets have been playing great ball lately and need a win to stay alive in the playoff race, while the Patriots are dealing with injury concerns in what should be a highly contested, close AFC East game. To close out the week, Monday night features two of the top teams in the league, though the Bengals will be without Andy Dalton again, as the Broncos defense will look to confuse young backup QB AJ McCarron.

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Week 15 NFL Odds

With three weeks left in the 2015 NFL Regular Season, chancing are running out to cash in on Jon Price’s historically great season. By far the hottest picker on the radio, Jon Price is hitting at close to 70% this season. This is a particularly great week of NFL with games on Thursday, Saturday, Sunday, and of course, Monday Night. Lots of chances to cash in, and some great lines to take advantage of.

Our team starts things off with the Saturday night game with the Jets visiting the Dallas Cowboys. The Jets will likely need to win out if they want to make the playoffs, while the Cowboys have already been eliminated from contention. Still plenty of playoff implications on the line, and speaking of lines for this game… We love the line that Vegas released. It’s currently at Jets -3. Jon Price and his team will be all over that play for big money this week, make sure you’re apart of it.

Another strong play we like is the Texans at Colts play. Both teams are on the outside of the Playoff hunt, but could desperately use a win in this AFC South matchup. Matt Hasselback looks to be on schedule to start this week after dealing with some injury issues, but Texans will be without DB Rahim Moore. Expect a highly contested game, but if you want to be on the winning side of the game, too, sign up today on our homepage.

Big things going on all week, and Jon Price and company aren’t going to let Vegas off easy. Lots of money to be made in Week 15 of the NFL Season. Join us by calling in or signing up on our homepage today and get the full scoop on all of this week’s action and private plays. Only 3 weeks of Regular Season left, you can’t afford to wait and miss out on Jon’s hot hand.

Week 14 NFL Odds

As the 2015 NFL Season rounds the home stretch and prepares for the final weeks, Jon Price and his team are busy making sure that we cash in on these final few opportunities. Jon went 3-0 last week (feel free to subscribe to us on Twitter and Instagram for weekly betting tickets), and he’s back to match that mark this week.

Only a few great matchups this week on the board, but plenty of playoff implications all around. One of those great matchups kicks off the week’s festivities as the Vikings and Cardinals will open up on Thursday Night. Expect the Vikings to bounce back after a weak performance last week, and for this game to be one of the more highly competitive games of the week.

In addition, the red hot Steelers offense will travel to Cincinnati to take on the Bengals in a game that is crucial to Pittsburgh’s playoff hopes. The Bengals will have plenty on the line as well as they try to grab one of the top seeds in the AFC playoff picture, and secure home field advantage.

Though there’s not many headlining matchups this week, there’s still plenty of money to be made and great lines to take advantage of. So get in today on our free trial for this weekend and let us get you on the winning side come Sunday!

Week 13 NFL Odds

I hope we all ate well last week for Thanksgiving; I know we did as Jon went 3-0 on Turkey Day, including his biggest play, the Lions. This week we have plenty of ammunition to choose from on the board and some questionable lines that Jon already has circled and will keep an eye on as the week develops.

Thursday night starts things off with an NFC North matchup between the Packers, who suddenly seem to be struggling a bit, and the Lions, who beat the Pack earlier this year and seem to be rejuvenated and back in the playoff hunt.

Another game that Jon likes by all early indications is the battle of New York between the Jets and Giants. Eli and the Giants are coming off their first loss to the Redskins in seemingly forever, and will need a strong bounce back game to keep pace in the NFC East, while the Jets are riding the momentum after a good win last week against the Dolphins.

This week seems even stronger than last week’s based on our early analysis. Jon is rocking and ready to go, make sure you catch the hottest hand in football. Jon hasn’t had a losing record in NFL in 5 weeks, and it’s not looking like that’s going to end this week.

Week 12 NFL Odds

Thanksgiving Football odds for Week 12 are now live here at Sports Information Traders. Please see the latest updated betting lines. We have 3 games on Thursday November, 26, 2015 and the rest on Sunday & Monday. We look forward to impressing you with another big winning week.

One play that may surprise a lot of people that we have circled on our NFL board is the Dolphins hosting the Cowboys. Tony Romo looks to make his return from injury this week, and will try to take down the Dolphins who have been reborn ever since the firing of head coach Joe Philbin. With so much hinging on the health and ability of Romo to play effectively, it sure helps that Jon Price has such close ties to the Cowboys and inside information to their practices.

In another interesting storyline, John Fox will play host to his old team, the Denver Broncos, who fired him last year even after being a very successful coach for the Broncos in his recent tenure. There will be plenty at stake as both teams enter in playoff contention, however the Broncos are much better off at 7-2, they’ll be without starting quarterback, Peyton Manning.

Finally, to cap off what will hopefully be another profitable weekend in the NFL, Rex Ryan’s Buffalo Bills will travel to Foxboro to take on the still undefeated Patriots. After a last second win last week against the Giants and the loss of star receiver Julian Edelman, the Patriots will look to regroup and shutdown Tyrod Taylor and that lethal running attack of Buffalo.

Week 11 NFL Odds

After Jon Price’s third winning week in a row, he’s feeling the groove and going for broke this week as we already have 4 games circled during our early weekly analysis. Some great games on tap, but none better than the Chiefs – Chargers game. The Chiefs look like one of the hottest teams in football right now, while the Chargers are struggling behind a shotty defense, and have stumbled midway through the season.

The NFC North will host a rivalry matchup between the Vikings and Packers as Minnesota seems to be putting things together and clicking on all cylinders of late. Teddy Bridgewater is getting more consistent by the week and Adrian Peterson still leads the league in rushing as they enter their week 11 matchup with the Packers.

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Week 10 NFL Odds

Fresh off another HUGE Week 9 in the NFL, Jon Price has his sights on this week’s crop of games with 3 plays in particular with a big star next to them. Jon was 2-0 on BOTH of his radio picks last weekend, and with plenty of ammunition on the boards this coming week, we’re going to take advantage.

Quite a few divisional games in the mix and Jon and his team have the inside scoop on all of this week’s NFL action. The AFC East kicks things off Thursday night with Rex Ryan and the Bills visiting his old team, the NY Jets. The Bills will enter the game as 2.5 point underdogs. Both Ryan Fitzpatrick and Tyrod Taylor seem to be back to full strength again, and Thursday Night may feature one of the better games of the Week 10 schedule.

Some other divisional matchups to keep an eye on are Cleveland at Pittsburgh, with Ben Roethlisburger’s availability in-doubt and Josh McCown potentially returning from injury, this could be a tight matchup.

In addition, the AFC West will feature the Chiefs visiting the Broncos, their earlier meeting this year came down to the very end as the Broncos won on a Jamaal Charles fumble. Closing out Sunday of Week 10 in the NFL is an NFC West battle between the Arizona Cardinals and the Seattle Seahawks in primetime.

Week 9 NFL Odds

Week 9 of the NFL season is here. We have that insiders edge and if you listened on the radio last week Jon Price won all of his games on air once again. Thursday November 5, 2015 is when the Thursday night football game kicks off. The line is off with an advantage to those who like to bet Totals. The rest of the weekends games are now live with the latest point spreads updated.

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