Week 4 of the NFL preseason is upon us and we’re back with our weekly NFL picks against the spread. Check out where we’re putting our money in this thrilling final exhibition round.
We’re back this week with another comprehensive serving of over-under NFL picks, marking the last round of preseason. Find out where the value NFL picks are to be had.
Colts & Bengals arrived to the final preseason game, it’s time to play the second & third stringers and make the final roster evaluations before cutting down to the opening-day number of 53 players.
Don’t expect Brees to play more than a single series. As for the Packers, Rodgers has the rest of the preseason off. It’s going to be up to the other players to handle the workload for these teams.
Keep in mind before placing your NFL picks both the Ravens and Falcons are looking for backup QBs they can feel confident about, but there are no such assurances for either team on Thursday.
The New England Patriots haven't covered against the New York Giants in well over a decade. That should have almost no effect on our football picks for Thursday's matchup.
On Thursday evening, the NFL Network will televise the annual clash between San Diego and San Francisco and it could well be the last time the sportsbooks betting odds will favor the 49ers for some time.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have already played four exhibition games this year. Does that make them a bad football pick for Thursday's game versus the Carolina Panthers?
The Raiders and Seahawks close the preseason against one another on Thursday and the franchises couldn't be more different right now in terms of their NFL status. But that won't matter here. Seattle is -3.5 on BetOnline with a total of 38.
Chip Kelly and the Philadelphia Eagles have swept all three of their preseason games. But can they beat the NFL odds Thursday night against the new New York Jets?
Are there any edges to be had in the final week of the preseason, when teams usually try to work out any final kinks and does this mean the 14 games should skew to the Under?
The situation in Washington has gone from bad to worse. But the football odds are still in D.C.'s favor Thursday night against the sad-sack Jacksonville Jaguars.
If it's Week 4 of the preseason, the Chicago Bears must be playing the Cleveland Browns. The two teams have split their past 11 preseason games against the NFL odds.
It's the preseason finale for Carolina & Pittsburgh. Don't expect many starters to play much if at all. The Steelers are small -2.5 favorites with a total of 41.
The last quarterback competition in the NFL has been decided as Tyrod Taylor will start Week 1 for Buffalo vs. Indianapolis. Just don't expect to see him in Thursday's preseason finale in Detroit.
Texans are listed as 1.5-point favorites on NFL odds board & lines haven't moved since opener. While a lot can change, is it probably more valuable locking a bet now or until September?
The New York Jets can't wait to get Week 1 of the NFL started as they had a big-time draft with Leonard Williams, who is widely considered the best player in the draft.
Robert Griffin III will need a good showing in Week 1 as he's at home and facing a tough team in the Miami Dolphins. See who we like as the Redskins are a slight favorite.
The Jacksonville Jaguars need every minute of this preseason to prepare for its Week 1 opponent and the uphill climb ahead of them this season.Will they be able to step up?
Teams coming off a Super Bowl loss have historically not performed well in their following season opener. Let's breakdown the NFL odds & find the best value pick as Seahawks visits St. Louis.
Week one presents a tough test for the Cards as they face Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints. Brees will be without his favorite target in Jimmy Graham as Graham has moved on to Seattle.
The Broncos will open the season at home against the Baltimore Ravens in a matchup of two teams with legitimate Super Bowl aspirations heading in to 2015.
We offer up our top NFL picks for a few of this season's player awards. From Offensive Rookie of hte Year to Passing Leader, here is how we are locking in our bets.
If you're looking to hit the jackpot on a Super Bowl 50 outsider, your best shot at the bottom of the NFL odds list could be a certain football team that wears purple.
The Cardinals got off to a 9-1 start last year but went 2-4 the rest of the way after losing Carson Palmer to a torn ACL. Are big things in store for 2015 with Palmer back?
The San Francisco 49ers went from a Super Bowl appearance three years ago to an 8-8 record last year, and now most are forecasting a last place finish in 2015.
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