David Lawrence -

The Chiefs have looked terrible in the preseason both straight up and against the NFL odds. We’ll see if they try to change their momentum in their preseason finale.

Doug Upstone -

Sam Bradford was not going to play this week anyways for St. Louis. But now there is a real chance he will never play for the Rams again and those making NFL picks have to reassess St. Louis.

David Lawrence -

The final game in the NFL preseason is always a matchup of 2nd-string & 3rd-string players. 1 of these teams is currently more shorthanded, so that should be the difference on the NFL odds.

Jordan Sharp -

Although we likely won’t see much of the starters for any team this week, there could still be some nice NFL Odds value between some of these teams. This statement could be true for the Patriots and Giants. New York is a -3 home favorite right now, with a total of 42 points.

Jordan Sharp -

In what is set to be a huge day of preseason action this Thursday, one of the toughest games to peg is the Broncos and Cowboys, with NFL betting odds opening at a Pick'em.

David Lawrence -

The Bears and the Browns are both sure of which quarterbacks they want to start their regular seasons. This Thursday’s matchup will be all about second- and third-string guys.

Jordan Sharp -

While it remains to be seen how much, if any, the starters will play in this game, the 49ers head into Houston for their final preseason tune-up. Sportsbooks have the Texans as -2 ½ favorites.

Doug Upstone -

This nonconference conflict has the look of two teams which could well be division champions come January. Both are 3-0 and they have beaten the NFL odds on all three occasions. 

Doug Upstone -

It is the preseason and none of these games will have any direct correlation to how these teams will play in the regular season, but who isn’t a bit stunned these squads are beating the betting odds?

Jordan Sharp -

Although no news has broken on whether or not the starters from both teams will play, the NFL odds favor the Seahawks on the road at -4 vs. the Raiders in their final preseason game of 2014.

Doug Upstone -

Both Arizona and San Diego are coming off confounding campaigns at 10-6 and 9-7 respectively and sportsbooks win totals are projecting regression in season win totals for 2014.

LT Profits Sports Group -

The NFL regular season kicks off September 4 and some Week 1 underdogs offer nice value. Here are what we feel are the five most overlooked underdogs of Kickoff Weekend. 

 

Matthew Jordan -

Certainly the biggest team story heading into 2014 is whether Seattle can be the first club in a decade to repeat. However, as usual the biggest individual story line revolves around Peyton Manning. Here's a look at his NFL props for the season.

Swinging Johnson -

The New England Patriots dealt offensive guard Logan Mankins to the Tampa Bay Bucs but how will the loss of a five-time All-Pro affect the Pats and their NFL odds in this upcoming season?

2014-15 NFL MVP Prop Odds

Posters' Poll: Top Sportsbooks
#1 5Dimes (SBR rating A+) 129 pts
#2 Pinnacle (SBR rating A+) 68 pts
#3 Heritage (SBR rating A+) 63 pts
#4 Bet365 (SBR rating A+) 40 pts
#5 Bookmaker (SBR rating A+) 35 pts

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