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Four Amazing Win-Loss Total OVER Wagers for NFL 2017

With training camp and the NFL preseason just a few weeks away surely you’re already gearing up to root for your favorite team.

It’s also more than likely that you’re certain of your team’s win-loss record for the season.

You’re not alone. Most sportsbooks have released their futures odds for NFL football betting and as expected there are some clear favorites.

But, which team will make it to Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis, Minnesota?

Will the Falcons or Patriots make it back to the big game? Or is there another team that will surprise?

To be certain, it’s impossible to predict the future. And, these predictions will likely be more wrong than right.

But, that doesn’t mean we can’t count on a few relevant factors:

It’s likely the Patriots, Steelers and Packers will all have at least 12 wins this season. It’d be hard to argue that these organizations are among the best in the league and they’ll likely do well in their weak divisions.

The Chiefs, Cowboys, Giants, and Raiders might also have at least 12 wins, but because the NFC East plays the AFC West this year it means they’ll be locking horns throughout the entire season and that has to be taxing.

As far as the AFC South and NFC South teams are concerned, they’re pretty much even and might have some surprises in store for us all.

Anyhow, here are some predictions for the 2017 NFL season:

New England Patriots OVER 12.5

The Patriots have lost just about three times per season in their last seven years. That’s including three trips to the big game and two championship rings.

So long as nothing happens to Brady, fans can count they’ll be good for at least 12 wins. They have a difficult test in Week 10 against the Broncos and then the following week against the Raiders in Mexico City, but if they can get past those two games they’ll be fine.

Pittsburgh Steelers OVER 10.5

The Steelers offense is among the best in the league with their deadly trio of Roethlisberger, Bell and Brown.

If Bell can stay healthy all season, they should breeze through the first five games. Their big test comes in Week 15 when they face the Patriots, but by that time they should have already accrued many more wins than the line is at right now.

Oakland Raiders OVER 9.5

Should Derek Carr heal well from his leg injury, the Raiders should be good for at least 11 wins. Three of their first four games are on the road, which will be difficult for them to win, but they should pull through with at least two wins. They also have a difficult game against the Chiefs in Week 7, but if Carr plays well they’ll get through it.

Denver Broncos OVER 8.5

If Trevor Siemian can be consistent, the Broncos are good for at least 11. But, if he plays as he did in the second half of last year’s season it’ll be a short year for the Broncos. They have a trap game in Week 9 versus the Eagles, with a game against Kansas City the previous week and one against the Patriots in the following week. But they’ll pull through.

Amazing New Tech Devices for NFL’s Biggest Fans

From the first kickoff to the last play of the Super Bowl in February, you want to experience all things football. And with the right technology, you can catch every snap, pass and yard gained. Still, sometimes it’s not about how much football you watch, but rather the quality of the experience. If you care to watch every game through the very best immersive experience possible, here’s the tech items you’ll need as a true NFL fan.

The Full Mobile Experience

For NFL fans on the go, a reliable high-end mobile device is essential. Take, for example, the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, with its 5.5-inch quad HD AMOLED screen, providing you a crystal clear image for watching every NFL game. It’s also water and dust resistant, so it’ll remain safe even if you get it soaked in beer or soda — or whatever you’re enjoying during the game. The S7 edge is available through T-Mobile, which gives you access to T-Mobile TV. Watch your favorite shows live or on replay. Oh, and this service also includes ESPN, a must-have for any NFL fan.

The Full Home Theater Experience

For those who enjoy watching the biggest games from the comfort of their home, know that not all TVs are created equal. As you look to upgrade your viewing experience, a 4K television is well worth the investment. Top-rated TVs for sports lovers include the LG B6 and Samsung KS8000. The LG B6 comes in two sizes: 55 and 65 inches. The TV’s OLED display reduces blur during swift camera pans, which is ideal for the lightning-quick action of today’s NFL games.

Meantime, the Samsung KS8000 is a cheaper option, but doesn’t include the OLED display, which makes viewing games at an angle a difficult proposition. In spite of this, the KS8000 is one of the best LED TVs on the market for NFL fans.

Your TV is only one ingredient for an immersive NFL gameday experience. A home theater speaker setup, like the Orb Audio Mini 5.1 speaker system, will complete the experience. Other great surround sound options include the Sonos home theater system, which is completely wireless. Or, if you’re more old-school, the Energy 5.1 Take Classic Home Theater System might be for you.

Where Tech Will Take Football

Microsoft is the NFL’s technology partner, and last year the company released a video of what an NFL game might look like in the future — at least from the comfort of your home. The HoloLens headset is an augmented reality device that can turn your living room into a stadium-rich experience. The HoloLens would allow viewers to see a holographic version of the stadium and even check and compare live stats — all holographically.

While the video released directly before Super Bowl 50 was just a concept video, the HoloLens has made major strides outside entertainment, as the technology has been used by surgeons to perform spinal surgery. While this technology is still in the development stage, look for the HoloLens and a more immersive football experience in the years to come.

Amazing NFL Betting Statistic

 

No NFL Superbowl Champion(currently Denver)  has covered the pointspread for the first 5 games of the following year :).  Denver is 4-0 Against the Spread this year!

 

FF-Winners.Com Reveals 3 Amazing Fantasy Bargain Sleepers for 2016-7

DeSean Jackson, WR, Washington Redskins — Jackson is going absurdly low in many fantasy football drafts — being taken outside the top 30 wide receivers in most leagues — mostly on account of misconceptions of his durability, production, and attitude (almost all of which are totally false). Yes, Jackson missed six games last season with a troublesome hamstring injury, but he was totally healthy from November onwards last year, playing in nine of the Redskins last 10 games of the season, including the postseason (he was held out of a meaningless game in Week 17 against Dallas). Prior to 2015, he played in 31 of 32 games over his last two seasons. In the eight regular season games that Jackson did play in last season, he recorded 30 catches for 528 yards and four touchdowns; project that over the course of a 16 game season, and that’s over 1,000 yards receiving and eight touchdowns. In 2014, Jackson had 1,169 yards and six receiving touchdowns with the Redskins revolving door at quarterback; so, the questions about his level of productivity are totally baseless. Finally, Jackson might’ve griped his way out of Philadelphia, but he’s been a great teammate in Washington. He’s looked the best he has in training camps, so far, as a member of the Redskins, and he spent the entire offseason working hard at the team facility. Jackson could be in line for a pretty big season in 2016, perhaps in line with the numbers we used to see him put up in Philadelphia during his prime.

Vincent Jackson, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers — Similarly, another wide receiver named “Jackson” is falling to absurdly low depths in most fantasy drafts — often being taken outside of the top 45 wide receivers — because of injuries curtailing his production in 2015. Vincent Jackson put up only 33 receptions, 543 yards, and three touchdowns in 10 games last year. But, he’s come into training camp determined for a bounce-back season. Last year was the first time since 2010 when Jackson missed a single game due to injury; prior to 2015, Jackson hadn’t missed a game in four years. As a member of the Buccaneers, he was ranked among the top 15 wide receivers in the NFL each year (including 2014, in Mike Evans’ rookie season). In his first five healthy games of last season, he still had 21 catches for 306 yards and two touchdowns (extrapolated over a full season, that would be 67 receptions for 979 yards and six touchdowns). With another year of experience for Jameis Winston, and teams increasingly keying on Evans, Jackson could be in for a nice rebound season, and should be a solid WR3 for most teams.

Theo Riddck, RB, Detroit Lions — Riddick should be on the radar for everyone playing in a PPR or half-PPR this season. Entering 2015 as mostly an afterthought, Riddick finished 19th among running backs in standard PPR scoring leagues, putting him firmly in the RB2 mix. He actually led the league in receptions among running backs (80 catches), was the second most targeted running back (99 targets), had the second most receiving yards among running backs (697 yards), and tied for seventh in receiving touchdowns. Riddick is often around the 40th running back taken in PPR/half-PPR leagues, making him a total bargain for players who are savvy enough to grab him in the middle-to-late rounds of the draft.

[Analysis by NFL expert Rajan Nanavati]

OMG! Amazing High-tech Gifts For Football Fans of All Ages!

shutterstock_111152987Football kicked off the holiday shopping season as usual this Thanksgiving with the Lions, Panthers and Bears all scoring victories going into Black Friday. Football and the holidays have become inseparable in America, with the traditional two NFL Thanksgiving games expanding to three in 2006. In fact, nearly twice as many Americans watched football than went shopping this Thanksgiving. The National Retail Federation reports that 43.1 million shoppers descended on stores as compared to 84.3 million who caught this year’s games.

All of this means that combining football and holiday shopping is a natural way to find the perfect gift for the sports fans on your shopping list. Here are a few high-tech items that make great Christmas gifts for football fans:

4K TVs for Watching Games in High Resolution

One of the hottest-selling items on Cyber Monday was 4K Ultra HD TVs, according to digital provider Adobe. With four times the pixels and twice the resolution of standard high-definition TVs, 4K TVs bring the football viewing experience to new levels of lifelike clarity. A few years ago UHD TVs were luxury items that cost thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars; however, this year prices have fallen to record lows with quality TVs available for $550 to $800. The website 4k.com provides a review of some of today’s top affordable options as well as higher-end models that can bring football to your favorite fan’s living room.

Mobile Devices for Playing Fantasy Football

The iPad Mini and iPad Air 2 were also among Cyber Monday’s hottest items, according to Adobe. For football fans, iPads represent an opportunity to watch games and get updates even when they’re not at their TV set. For instance, with NFL Game Pass, they can use any connected device to watch replays of all 256 regular-season games on demand as well as tune into radio broadcasts and watch Super Bowls and other games from the 2009 to 2015 seasons.

Mobile devices also provide fans with a way to keep up with their fantasy football leagues. T-Mobile’s website provides a holiday gift quiz you can use to find a wide selection of mobile devices and accessories for playing fantasy football. For example, the Samsung Galaxy S6 has a 5.1-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display. TechRadar provides a rundown on the best mobile deals this shopping season, which includes the iPad Air 2 going for as low as $399 and Samsung Galaxy tablets selling for as little as $349.

Video Games and Consoles for Simulating Game Play

Video game consoles are also hot this year. Microsoft‘s Xbox One and Sony’s PlayStation 4 came in high on Adobe’s list of Cyber Monday’s best-selling items. Both platforms support “Madden NFL 16,” which lets you bring your fantasy football picks to life with Draft Champions. “Madden 16” also gives you unprecedented new quarterback controls to let you control passing action along with letting you act as your team’s GM, watch highlight reels and build your ultimate team with history’s greatest players. Both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are currently going for about $300, with some Cyber Monday sales going even lower. Madden 16 was selling for as low as $47 on Cyber Monday.