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Seattle Seahawks Fight San Francisco

Seattle Seahawks Fight San Francisco

NFL Odds: Seahawks Need a Win (and Some Help) in San Francisco

Seattle Seahawks Fight San Francisco NFL Odds: Seahawks Need a Win (and Some Help) in San Francisco The Seattle Seahawks (9-5-1 SU, 8-7 ATS) have already clThe Seattle Seahawks (9-5-1 SU, 8-7 ATS) have already clinched the NFC West, but they have plenty to play for this Sunday when they visit the San Francisco 49ers (2-13 SU, 4-11 ATS). Seattle can claim the No. 2 seed and a first-round bye in the NFC playoffs with a win over the Niners; they also need the Atlanta Falcons to lose or tie their game against the New Orleans Saints. The ‘Hawks are 10-point favorites at press time with a total of 43.

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The Seahawks aren’t nearly as dominant as they were during the first four years of the Pete Carroll-Russell Wilson Era. Injuries in the backfield have taken the sting out of Seattle’s offense, and the famed Legion of Boom defense lost arguably its most important player when safety Earl Thomas broke his leg in Week 13. The Seahawks are 1-2 SU and ATS with Thomas out for the season.
In theory, the 49ers can tank Sunday’s game and earn the No. 1 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. But they’ll need the 1-14 Cleveland Browns to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in their early-afternoon tilt. San Fran and Seattle kick off at 4:25 PM ET on FOX.
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Seattle Seahawks Fight San Francisco

Steelers versus Colts Matchup

NFL Odds: Luck Unlikely for Steelers versus Colts Matchup

The Indianapolis Colts are one of the most popular teams in the NFL, but it looks like they’ll be without their star quarterback Thursday night (8:30 PM ET, NBC), when the Pittsburgh Steelers drop in for Thanksgiving. The Colts are 3-point underdogs at press time with Scott Tolzien expected to fill in for Andrew Luck. The 54-point total is the biggest on the Week 12 odds board.

NFL Odds: Luck Unlikely for Steelers versus Colts Matchup The Indianapolis Colts are one of the most popular teams in the NFL, but it looks like they'll be

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Luck was placed in concussion protocol after Sunday’s 24-17 win over the Tennessee Titans (+3 away), and isn’t likely to be cleared in time for Turkey Day. Tolzien will presumably make his first start for the Colts (5-5 SU, 5-4-1 ATS) after backing up Aaron Rodgers for three seasons with the Green Bay Packers. The former Wisconsin Badger played three games in November 2013 and was largely ineffective, throwing one touchdown pass and five interceptions.

The Steelers (5-5 SU and ATS) are coming off a 24-9 victory over the Cleveland Browns, who fell as 9.5-point home dogs despite holding Ben Roethlisberger to 167 yards passing. That ugly win snapped Pittsburgh’s four-game losing streak SU and ATS; it also lifted the Steelers into a first-place tie with the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC North.

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Steelers versus Colts Matchup

Cowboys Steelers Super Bowl Rematch

Cowboys Steelers Super Bowl Rematch

NFL Odds: Cowboys, Steelers in Super Bowl Rematch

Cowboys Steelers Super Bowl Rematch NFL Odds: Cowboys, Steelers in Super Bowl Rematch They were bitter rivals in the 1970s, but these days, the Dallas CowboThey were bitter rivals in the 1970s, but these days, the Dallas Cowboys (7-1 SU and ATS) don’t get to play the Pittsburgh Steelers (4-4 SU and ATS) very often. They’ll meet this Sunday at Heinz Field, kicking off at 4:25 PM ET on FOX. At press time, the Steelers are 2-point favourites with a total of 50, down from –3 at the open.

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The Cowboys seem happy to continue with rookie Dak Prescott at quarterback. Tony Romo may be activated this week if he makes enough progress in practice, but with Prescott playing at a Pro-Bowl level, there’s no rush to put Romo in harm’s way. The Cowboys have one of the best offenses in the league, and their defense has been surprisingly competent after four years of sub-par performances.

The Steelers were much happier to get Ben Roethlisberger back in the lineup after he tore a meniscus in Week 6, but they may have pushed him too hard. Roethlisberger was clearly less than 100% in last Sunday’s 21-14 loss to the Baltimore Ravens (+3.5 at home). To make matters worse, centre Maurkice Pouncey dislocated his thumb in Baltimore and might not be available against Dallas.

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Patriots Play Cardinals Free Pick

Sunday Night Football : Patriots Play Cardinals Free Pick

Sunday Night Football : Patriots Play Cardinals Free Pick New England without Tom Brady on Sunday Night Football have a tall task in the Patriots Cardinals

New England without Tom Brady on Sunday Night Football have a tall task in the Patriots Cardinals Free Pick this weekend. Football each and every day this weekend has everyone here at HRWager in the best of moods. We hope you share our joy and garner some profit this weekend. Find out how the suspended QB is not the key element to this game. Cardinals are now favored by a solid touchdown in the desert! Are they worthy of this faith not only by the linesmakers but the betting public in this game?
Sunday Night Football : Former Patriot

For once when the rich gets richer is not a reference to the Patriots. In fact, they lost a key cog to these very Arizona Cardinals. Chandler Jones now roams the defensive side of Zona. He is a linebacker who has averaged over ten sacks a year in his last three seasons. Now he is added to the equation to what was the fifth best defense in the league. Quite a task for fill in Jimmy Garoppolo to cope with as he leads the Pats Sunday Night.

A second blow to the Pats chances here is that Gronk is gone. The dynamic Patriots tight end is by far their best receiver. He would have been that instant out to help get the sub signal caller’s feet wet in this one. With hamstring problems, Rob didnt even make the trip. All of this and the line has only moved from the opening – 5 1/2 to the seven region. This is not enough of a market shift.

Sunday Night Football : Patriots Play Cardinals Free Pick New England without Tom Brady on Sunday Night Football have a tall task in the Patriots Cardinals

Brand name bias is keeping this line afloat. NE fans are known to bet against the odds the few times their team is an underdog. Part of keeping the line at -7 is because of this. However, do not fall into this trap. Arizona is one of the few franchises that are better on both sides of the ball then the Pats when New England is fully healthy. Spot them this much and home field advantage is decisive here. Double digit win should occur. Go with the Cardinals -7 for your Sunday Night Football Free Pick of the Day. Good fortune and we will see you next time here at the HRW.

Patriots Play Cardinals Free Pick

Insane Betting Myths

Analyzing The Insane Betting Myths That Are Actually True

There are plenty of different tips that professional handicappers use when advising bettors to wager in the betting lines, and one of the constantly recurring themes in most betting forums is that gamblers should keep away from myths. Here, we aren’t preaching a different gospel; we are all for shunning most of these myths. I mean, why would I believe these constant talks about sportsbooks Analyzing The Insane Betting Myths That Are Actually True There are plenty of different tips that professional handicappers use when advising bettors to wagfixing games with players and teams when I practically live off the money I make every day in my betting endeavors? Yes, I know games are rigged, like the way New England’s Tom Brady liaised with whoever to do whatever on his footballs in that game against the Colts, but to the best of my knowledge—and I know a lot—there is no sportsbook that is yet to be implicated in that Deflategate scandal. Just think of it, if Brady knew that he’d get a lot of advantage from underinflated balls, don’t you think he’d have conspired with a handful of sportsbook odds to benefit from it being the “winner” that he is? Anyway, that’s besides what I am trying to put across; my point is that most myths are useless and time-wasting, but some of them—like the ones detailed below—are actually true.

Lines Movements are More Influenced by the Market than Teams

While teams strengths, the manner in which they play and issues such as injuries and suspensions influence betting lines; most line movements are largely based on the public betting action and opinions, along with Wiseguy money. This is also true for popular teams like the Golden State Warriors in the NBA or the New England Patriots in the NFL, who tend attract a lot of action on sportsbooks as favorites, with the market pounding hard on them and often leading to a drop in their lines. Insane Betting Myths

Most Gamblers Bet the OVER

There’s probably nothing insane about this, but to think that over 70 percent of recreational bettors, especially those who are new to the betting world, I are estimated to bet on OVER is just plain crazy. With so much money spent on sports like basketball, soccer and hockey on the defensive side of the ball, you’d expect bettors to at least consider that defenses will figure in games and lead to a number of UNDERs. Fortunately or unfortunately, research has it that most people love high-scoring games and that often influences their betting decisions, as they channel their expectations into the betting lines and wager mostly on the OVER, even in instances that it is ill-advised to do so. But then again, you wouldn’t really blame these bettors, would you? I mean, with players like Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo known to be goal-machines in soccer and the likes of Stephen Curry known to light it up in the NBA, your mind can easily be wired to expect high-scores whenever such players take to the field. Insane Betting Myths

Analyzing The Insane Betting Myths That Are Actually True There are plenty of different tips that professional handicappers use when advising bettors to wag

Betting Trends in College Sports are Usually Sharper than in the Pros

Going by the competitive nature of sports in the Pros, going on long winnings streaks or keeping certain trends intact is usually very hard. In college sports, it’s the exact opposite, with most dominant teams staying dominant year-in, year-out while the underwhelming schools continue to struggle, irrespective of roster turnovers. A good example here is the Florida State Seminoles football team that won 29 straight games between 2012–2014, including a national championship in the 2012-13 season. The other example is the Kansas Jayhawks basketball team that hasn’t won the national championship since 2008, but boasts of a ridiculous 206–9 ( .958) win record at their home court, the Allen Fieldhouse, under head coach Bill Self, a record that includes win streaks of 69, 33, and a currently-active streak of 40 entering the 2016 season. When you play Kansas at home, it is therefore almost given that the Jayhawks will be winning that game.

First Games in the Pro Leagues are Risky to Bet On
On one hand, the fact that teams are often in transition during the preseason or at the start of the season comes with the advantage that you can find lines that aren’t so sharp, which can lead to good profits. On the other hand, surprises come aplenty during the start of the season, including false-starters, underrated teams playing well and overrated teams underwhelming with iffy performances. As such, it is advisable to be keep away from these lines—like NBA and NFL preseason—unless you are really sure that you’ve covered your bases.

Insane Betting Myths

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