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16th January 2017 By: Adam Burke

AFC Championship Pick, Odds, & Prediction: Pittsburgh Steelers at New England Patriots

The NFC representative for Super Bowl LI will already be decided before the Pittsburgh Steelers and the New England Patriots kick off at Gillette Stadium, as the AFC gets the later time slot this weekend. The Patriots are favored by six points with a total in the low 50s for the right to go to Houston in two weeks.

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15th January 2017 By: Tom Wilkinson

AFC Divisional Pick: Pittsburgh Steelers at Kansas City Chiefs

The smallest pointspread of the four NFL Divisional Playoff games this weekend is on the game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday on NBC. The Chiefs are listed as 1.5-point home favorites in a rematch from a game earlier this season that the Steelers won 43-14 at home in Week 4. The Chiefs are a much different team now as they have a playmaker on offense in Tyreek Hill and a stout defense.  Let’s look at the contest and NFL Playoff predictions.

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15th January 2017 By: Tom Wilkinson

NFC Divisional Playoffs Pick Green Bay Packers at Dallas Cowboys

Aaron Rodgers and the red-hot Green Bay Packers visit the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday afternoon in an NFC Divisional Playoff matchup on FOX. The Packers have won their last seven games and Rodgers is playing at an MVP level as he has 19 TD passes and no interceptions in the winning streak. The Packers will be facing a Dallas team that features a Top 5 offense and a Top 5 defense. Let’s look at the contest and NFL Playoff predictions.

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14th January 2017 By: Adam Burke

NFC Division Round Pick, Odds, & Prediction: Seattle Seahawks at Atlanta Falcons

For the first time since 2011, the divisional round will feature only division winners. All four teams coming off of a bye are favored, including the Atlanta Falcons, who have climbed up to a 4.5-point favorite over the visiting Seattle Seahawks.

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14th January 2017 By: Adam Burke

AFC Division Round Pick, Odds, & Prediction: Houston Texans at New England Patriots

NFL fans are really hoping for more competitive games and the sportsbooks are hoping for some underdogs. Both groups are probably going to be disappointed with the outcome of the game between the Houston Texans and the New England Patriots. The Patriots are a 15.5-point favorite

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15th January 2017 By: Allen Moody

NFL System Picks Divisional Round

The first game on the schedule is the Seattle Seahawks at the Atlanta Falcons and this one is shaping up to be the prototypical “pros” vs. “public” match-up. Then, we'll look ahead to Sunday for the Green Bay Packers vs. Dallas Cowboys.

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14th January 2017 By: Allen Moody

Allen Moody's NFL Game of the Week: Divisional Round

This week, Allen Moody examines the Houston Texans vs. the New England Patriots for his game of the week.. The Patriots are favored by 15 and the total on the game is 44.5.

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13th January 2017 By: Corey Pabst

Market Watch: Who Are the Sharps Betting? NFL Divisional Round

The purpose of this article is, through market analysis, to identify which NFL sides the professional or “sharp” bettors are betting on this week.  I’ll do this by looking at the Consensus betting percentages, line moves, Pinny lines, etc. and discussing below which games the pros appear to be betting.  I include Pinny lines because this is well known to be the “sharpest” of sportsbooks being that they often offer reduced juice on games, thus, making it more attractive for professional bettors who are wagering large sums of money. Consensus lines and betting percentages are from Sportsinsights as a real-time consensus of data from 7 online sportsbooks including: Sportsbook.ag, BetDSI, BetUs, 5Dimes, GTBets, SIA, and Carib. 

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7th January 2017 By: Corey Pabst

Market Watch: Who Are the Sharps Betting? NFL Wildcard Round

The purpose of this article is, through market analysis, to identify which NFL sides the professional or “sharp” bettors are betting on this week.  I’ll do this by looking at the Consensus betting percentages, line moves, Pinnacle lines, etc. and discussing below which games the pros appear to be betting.  I include Pinnacle lines because this is well known to be the “sharpest” of sportsbooks being that they often offer reduced juice on games, thus, making it more attractive for professional bettors who are wagering large sums of money. Consensus lines and betting percentages are from Sportsinsights as a real-time consensus of data from 7 online sportsbooks including: Sportsbook.ag, BetDSI, BetUs, 5Dimes, GTBets, SIA, and Carib.  Betting trend data for game totals is from Vegas Insider, provided by Sportsbook.ag.

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7th January 2017 By: Allen Moody

NFL System Picks Wild Card Weekend

For this week, we’ll look at Saturday’s game between the Oakland Raiders and the Houston Texans. The Texans are favored by 3.5 points at the majority of sportsbooks, although places like 5 Dimes have Houston -4. The total on the game is down to 36.5.

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