Another day is over in the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine. Today is the last day for any NFL hopeful to show their stuff and to see if they can make it in the big league! Let’s take a look to see how players did last Sunday with our 2018 NFL Scouting Combine update.
The NFL Scouting Combine is a chance for players to show off their talents to scouts and NFL executives. Yesterday was a banner day for the front seven. Some players stood out more than others while other just crashed and burned.
The event consists of over 300 players going thru a series of drills, tests and interview to see if they have what it takes to make it to the NFL. For any NFL hopefuls, this is a major job interview.
Let’s take a look at some of the best and worst prospects so far.
Playing professional football certainly gets its share of player injuries and last Sunday, another NFL superstar was lost to injury. Green Bay Packer quarterback, Aaron Rodger suffered a broken collarbone in the first quarter against the Minnesota Vikings that ended up in a 10-24 loss for the Packers.
The injury came about after he was tackled hard by linebacker Anthony Barr of the Vikings. He was promptly taken off the field in a cart and was later diagnosed with a broken collarbone.
The big question is whether Rodgers will be able to come back to the field this season.
Today is the Day! That’s right NFL betting fans and just you regular football fans out there, the NFL seasons start tonight at 8:30M ET when the Carolina Panthers take on the Denver Broncos to kick off the new season.
No matter which team you support its time to dust off that old NFL jersey, make a beer and snack run an get ready for some action.
The online sportsbooks have been taking bets all week long and expect a flood of bets coming in all day long. To keep bettors interested, most of the online bookies are still giving out some early bird specials to try and reel you into placing their bets with them.
Before we get into our NFL Week 1 Predictions, let’s take a look at the line up.
As NFL betting fans and NFL fans alike are eagerly awaiting Super Bowl LI which will take place this year at the NGR Stadium in Houston, TX; we thought now was a good time to go over some of the essential facts about this year’s Super Bowl.
This year, the Super Bowl falls on February 5, 2017 and will air at 6:30PM ET on FOX where the Atlanta Falcons will battle the New England Patriot for the chance to be crown king of the NFL. This NFL Season, both teams won their respective conference championship where the Patriots defeated the Steelers 36-17 while the Falcons destroyed the Packers 44-21.
If you happened to have placed an early future bets at the beginning of the 2016-2017 NFL season at BetOnline.ag or at a similar popular sportsbook, then you know that the Patriots were a 6/1 favorite to win the Super Bowl while the Falcons where a huge underdog at 80/1.
We are down to the final four teams, with this weekend’s winners heading to the Super Bowl. One week after three of the four home teams lost outright, all four home teams (and the top two seeds in each conference) were able to win outright this past weekend.
Those results set up a pair of high-profile matchups, including the latest chapter in the epic Peyton Manning vs. Tom Brady rivalry in the early game when New England visits Denver. The online sportsbooks list the visiting Patriots as a solid three-point favorite, which appears to be somewhat of a trap line. The early action (which is usually the sharp action), has come in big on the visiting Patriots.
These teams met once in the regular season, also in Denver, with the Broncos handing New England their first loss of the season in late November. Peyton Manning did not play in that game, and the Broncos were able to overcome a 14-point fourth quarter deficit to force overtime and eventually win on a 48-yard rushing touchdown.
So the first week of the NFL is over with some surprising losers and winners like the Atlanta Falcons losing 31-24 to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers or the Eagles crushing the Browns 29-10 while testing out their new Rookie QB, Carson Wentz.
Now that the numbers are out, it’s time to take a look at the NFL injured list and see how each new player on the injured list will affect your NFL Week 2 betting!
Yes, Week 1 was exciting and we got to see a lot of hard tackles and some big injuries in the making. Let’s take a look at some of the bigger and most influential injuries based on how the sports handicapping experts are calling the games.
While betting bowl games against the pointspread is by far the most popular College Football betting option at this time of the season, Over/Unders are also a viable option and tends to offer more value than laying points with a favorite or taking points with an underdog.
We reviewed all the Over/Under results from the bowl games played in December, with surprising results. Over players did very well posting an 18-13 record, showing 3.7 units of profit. But we found that when the posted totals were higher, the winning percentage on those Over wagers also increased.
If the total in a December bowl game was at least 60 points, then Over players scored a huge profit on the sportsbooks. There were 15 such instances this December, with 12 of those 15 games sailing over the total. That’s an 80% winning percentage with a great +8.7 units of profit!