NFL Betting for the 2015 Season

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Our viewpoint on the NFL makes us different from any other site. A lot of sites will give you information without much analysis or they may offer suggestions but their explanations regarding their advice may be sketchy or even nonexistent.

We believe that successful wagering is about quality information that you can readily understand. We want you to know what’s going on, how it may affect your betting and why we feel it will have an influence on what you’re trying to achieve. That’s our take.

Continue reading to see what we have to offer and how we can help to improve your betting experience. Even though we try to cover many aspects related to NFL betting, we can’t cover it all. If you are looking for anything advanced, make sure to visit this NFL betting guide to get advanced strategy, site rankings, and much more.

NFL Betting Guide and Sports Betting Guide

Our first step in making sure you’re properly informed about sports betting in general and NFL wagering specifically are our guides on wagering. Our general sports betting guide is designed for the beginner but even if you’ve been wagering for some time, we’re sure you’ll find certain chapters of interest, such as how Las Vegas sportsbooks work and sound money management practices.

Our NFL Betting Guide, also designed for the beginner, also has chapters devoted to more advanced types of techniques and strategies such as a consideration of key differences between betting on NCAA football and the NFL or how to recognize and exploit trends in the league.

Use these guides, each with 25 informative chapters, as the foundation for your sports betting enterprise. These will serve you well as ongoing references. Review chapters that focus on common mistakes bettors make to ensure that you stay on the right track.

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Our blog is a great way to stay informed on changes, trends and developments in the league that can influence any wagers you might make. Also in the blog, we’ll look at any new types of wagers that books may be offering, evaluating the worth and value of each. We’ll also utilize the blog to alert you to any scams and tricks that are out there so that you don’t get taken. You’ll also have an opportunity to comment on any blog.

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Our ongoing sportsbooks reviews will serve as an essential tool that will alert you to good deals regarding spreads and lines, tell you how reliable a book has been and let you know about any special offers that they may be offering. Of course in these reviews we’ll cover all of the basics, including types of bets taken, minimums and maximums allowed and banking practices. We’ll be sure to look carefully at Vegas sportsbooks and if sports betting ever makes its way to the shores of Atlantic City, we’ll be there.

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5 NFL Trades That Could Happen Before the Draft

March 26th, 2015

The 2015 NFL Draft is quickly approaching, as we are roughly one full month away from the league’s second biggest event of the year. While scouting prospects and mocking drafts (we’ll get to the latter eventually) is loads of fun, there is also reason to speculate on potential trades. The … Continue reading

Cowboys Sign Greg Hardy to Boost Pass Rush

March 18th, 2015

In an effort to improve a weak pass rush, the Dallas Cowboys have won the bidding war for former Carolina Panthers star defensive end, Greg Hardy. Hardy had spent his entire five-year career with the Carolina Panthers, but was let go after being suspended 15 games due to an off field … Continue reading

2015 NFL Power Rankings: Post-Free Agency Edition

March 13th, 2015

NFL teams have begun to buy their playoff tickets for 2015. Some have, at least. Others, like the Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans Saints and Philadelphia Eagles, have chosen to cut costs and try to build their teams up on the cheap. It’s anyone’s guess what philosophy will work best. We’ve … Continue reading

Eagles, Rams Swap Sam Bradford and Nick Foles in Trade

March 10th, 2015

Sam Bradford was going to face competition after having his last two NFL seasons ended by knee injuries and Nick Foles wasn’t guaranteed a starting job in 2015, either. The St. Louis Rams and Philadelphia Eagles made it easy on them both, as the two organizations agreed to a total … Continue reading

Andre Johnson’s Top 10 Potential Suitors

March 4th, 2015

Andre Johnson is done with the Houston Texans. Or, rather, they’re done with him. Either way, the two sides are moving on after the team reportedly informed Johnson earlier this week that he’d be in for a regressed role if he stayed with the team in 2015. That has led … Continue reading