Ravens-Bengals: NFL Betting Notes

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These NFL Odds & Ends come from wagering site, Bovada.com, and the 25 NFL Facts come from RJ Bell of Pregame.com.

FROM BOVADA.LV:

Odds to win the 2013 Super Bowl XLVII (Teams in blue have shorter odds, teams in red have longer odds, teams in black stayed the same)

Last Week Current

Denver Broncos 5/1 4/1

New England Patriots 19/4 19/4

Green Bay Packers 15/2 6/1

Atlanta Falcons 7/1 13/2

Houston Texans 11/2 7/1

San Francisco 49ers 9/2 15/2

Seattle Seahawks 16/1 8/1

Baltimore Ravens 28/1 20/1

Washington Redskins 28/1 25/1

Dallas Cowboys 30/1 40/1

Cincinnati Bengals 50/1 45/1

Chicago Bears 60/1 50/1

Indianapolis Colts 60/1 50/1

Minnesota Vikings 75/1 50/1

New York Giants 20/1 80/1

Super Bowl XLVII - Early Line

AFC -2½

NFC +2½

Playoff Odds

Chicago Bears - 2012 Will they make the playoffs?

Yes +150 (3/2)

No -200 (1/2)

Dallas Cowboys - 2012 Will they make the playoffs?

Yes +150 (3/2)

No -200 (1/2)

Minnesota Vikings - 2012 Will they make the playoffs?

Yes +125 (5/4)

No -160 (5/8)

New York Giants - 2012 Will they make the playoffs?

Yes +550 (11/2)

No -1000 (1/10)

Washington Redskins - 2012 Will they make the playoffs?

Yes -300 (1/3)

No +200 (2/1)

Player/Coach Odds

Who will win the 2012 NFL Regular Season MVP?

Peyton Manning 1/2

Adrian Peterson 3/2

Odds to Win 2012 Offensive Rookie of the Year

Andrew Luck (IND) QB 5/6

Robert Griffin III (WSH) QB 3/2

Russell Wilson (SEA) QB 3/1

WEEK 17 SPECIALS - Will Adrian Peterson break the Single Season Rushing record of 2105 Yards? (Note: Peterson needs 208 yards to break the record)

Yes +300 (3/1)

No -500 (1/5)

WEEK 17 SPECIALS - Will Adrian Peterson Rush for 2000 or more Yards for the Season? (Note: Peterson needs 102 yards to get to 2000 yards rushing)

Yes -300 (1/3)

No +200 (2/1)

WEEK 17 SPECIALS - Will Calvin Johnson record 2000 or more Receiving Yards for the Season? (Note: Johnson needs 108 yards to get to 2000 yards receiving)

Yes -200 (1/2)

No +150 (3/2)

WEEK 17 SPECIALS - Will J.J. Watt break the NFL Single Season Sack record of 22.5? (Note: Watt needs 2.5 sacks to break the record)

Yes +200 (2/1)

No -300 (1/3)

WEEK 17 SPECIALS - Will Russell Wilson break Peyton Manning's Single Season record of 26 TD Passes by a Rookie? (Note: Wilson needs one TD pass to tie the record and two to break the record)

Yes -175 (4/7)

No +140 (7/5)

WEEK 17 SPECIALS - How many Head Coaches will be fired or resign by the time the 1st Playoff game kicks off?

Over/Under 6½

WEEK 17 SPECIALS - Michael Vick Total Passing Yards Week 17

Over/Under 220½

WEEK 17 SPECIALS - Michael Vick Total Rushing Yards Week 17

Over/Under 30½

WEEK 17 SPECIALS - Michael Vick Total TD Passes Week 17

Over 1½ (+120)

Under 1½ (-150)

WEEK 17 SPECIALS - Michael Vick Total Interceptions Yards Week 17

Over ½ (-200)

Under ½ (+160)

FROM PREGAME.COM:

25 NFL Facts from Vegas:

49ers: -16.5 over Cardinals biggest favorite for SF since 1998.
Biggest underdog for Cardinals franchise since St. Louis +17 vs. Cowboys in 1978.

Bengals: First time favored over Ravens since 2008.

Bengals: Teams favored week AFTER playing Mike Tomlin’s Steelers: 12-33 ATS

Bills: Week AFTER playing Dolphins: 10-36 against the spread (since 1989)

Broncos: -16 vs. Chiefs is biggest favorite EVER in Denver’s recorded spread history (back to 1978)

Broncos: Last 52 home games, have covered only 17 times.

Charges: Coach Tuner in December is 20-5 SU (17-8 ATS)

Colts: Outscored by 42 points combined on season (10-5 record)

Colts: Based on Quarterback Rating, Andrew Luck is the 29th best QB in the NFL. Luck is favored to be Rookie of the Year.

Cowboys: Covered only 31% of games in December (since 2005)

Eagles: Only team with less than 4 "cashes" against the spread this season.

Eagles, Giants: Underdog has covered 13 of 15 in series.

Eagles, Giants: Andy Reid has covered 60% of all road games in career. NYG covered 41% as home favorite (last 14 season)

Packers: 20-8 ATS in December.

Panthers: Covered 10 of 11 at New Orleans.

Patriots: Covered only 5 of last 22 as double digit favorite.

Redskins: First time favored over Cowboys since 2007.

Redskins: Lost 14 straight ATS when playing at home against a team with fewer wins.

Redskins: Coach Shanahan is 5-22 ATS last 27 times a home favorite.

Redskins, Cowboys: Underdog has covered 21 of 28 in series.

Redskins, Cowboys: Shanahan has never lost ATS (5-0) to Jason Garrett

Seahawks: Covered 63% of home games since new stadium opened in 2002. 19-5 at home under Coach Carroll.

Steelers: Coach Tomlin has NEVER lost when taking the field with a losing record.

Titans: Teams who lost by 30 or more last week: 56.7% since 1990.

Vikings: 18% chance Adrian Peterson beats Eric Dickerson’s rushing yardage record.


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