We are just past the halfway point of the NFL season, and the passing-yardage title is up for grabs. Fewer than 400 yards separate the top 12 passing leaders. This means there is plenty of value to go around on the most passing yards prop.
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The midpoint of the 2019 NFL season is right around the corner. Here are five takeaways from Week 7's action, and what to look forward to in the second half of the season.
We'll side with some home teams this week, and other plays include the improving Jets and surging Arizona. Let’s keep the momentum rolling after a 4-1 ATS Week 6!
The season is still young, but there have been some big moves in the odds to win the Super Bowl. Now is the time to determine if some of these recent movers are real contenders or just early season pretenders.
This weekend’s spotlight Sunday-afternoon game is a matchup between the surprisingly unbeaten 49ers and the 3-2 Rams, who come in on 10 days’ rest after a Thursday-night loss to the Seahawks. This is a game that could go a long way in deciding who wins the NFC West.
Carolina and Detroit have played well since a slow start to the season, and both will seek another measure of legitimacy in key conference road tests in Week 6 of the NFL season. We will play against a couple bad teams, as well, and look to keep momentum rolling in Week 6.
The Super Bowl odds are constantly changing from week to week, and it is crucial for handicapping to try to maximize your odds on the team you believe will win it all. Let's look at the three biggest odds movers from Week 4 and top three value wagers.
We like three road teams capable of rebounding as underdogs this weekend and will lean on heavyweights Dallas and New England, as well.
Pittsburgh and New Orleans each had offensive questions even before they lost their franchise quarterbacks to injury, and with backups taking over in Week 3, both have as much chance at success as the Jets did last week.