The Green Bay Packers look to revenge week 1 loss at Seattle in the NFC Championship game. In that contest the Packers couldn’t get anything going in the second half after falling behind 17-10 heading into halftime. The Seahawks defense stepped up limiting the amount of big plays Rodgers and […]
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NFL Expert Football Picks
NFL Football is a great game and we all love it! We love to gather our friends and family together for a good time in front of the TV, or tailgating in the parking lot before going in to the stadiums to cheer on our team to victory.
So it should come as no surprise that 64% of all Americans watch NFL football. But, did you know that 73% of all American men watch it too? Wait, you’re saying guys like football? Yes, I’ll give you a minute to let the shock and awe of that last revelation sink in.
Not only guys watch the NFL, as it is estimated that 55% of ladies watch it too. So what’s the big deal?
For one thing we all like watching someone perform a skill that we do not possess. Be it a Chinese acrobat or a professional athlete, we all marvel at the skill, talent and dedication that is needed to make something so difficult look effortless. And we love to watch it!
Not to mention the fact that we can shout obscenities at our TVs, eat copious amounts of snack foods, and probably drink a little too much as we cheer on our teams.
OK, so we’ve determined that all mankind loves to watch football. But there is more to hunkering down on the couch for a 6-7 hour gorge fest. We can make our NFL football watching experience more exciting by making it profitable.
A conservative estimate says that as recently as Sept. 2012, over $50 million per week in the NFL season is wagered in Nevada alone. Add in all the bets that are processed at online sportsbooks and that number climbs to stratospheric heights.
Yeah we watch a lot of football and watch a ton of highlights, making us somewhat of an expert, right? So how do we get our share of that pie? The answer is simple, but the reality is much more difficult.
The simple answer is that we bet on the winning team, but that is much easier said than done. It takes an expert to make Expert Football Picks. You might be a football expert at this point, but without knowing the ins-and-outs, your Football Expert Picks are likely to lose.
There is much more to betting on NFL games than just picking your favorite team week in and week out. Unless your NFL team is somehow the 1972 Miami Dolphins, your NFL Expert predictions are going to lose all your money. No NFL team goes undefeated in this new era of the NFL.
What you need to do to have the best Expert NFL Picks is to do A LOT of homework. It’s pretty easy to do, really. All you need to do is read every article ever written about the NFL over the last forty years. Collect all the statistics of every game in the league’s history, pour over injury reports, offensive and defensive trends, field condition reports, etc., etc.
Once you’ve done all that take all of your raw data and turn it into a giant mathematical algorithm that can predict the outcomes of future NFL games. That’s all there is to it!
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Matchups & Computer Predictions
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Prior NFL Football Picks
Indianapolis at New England
Sunday 01/18 06:40 PM Eastern
Green Bay at Seattle
Sunday 01/18 03:05 PM Eastern
Indianapolis at Denver
Sunday 01/11 04:40 PM Eastern
Carolina at Seattle
Saturday 01/10 08:15 PM Eastern
1 unit on Game Total OVER 39.5 -105 (risk 1 to win 0.95)
Baltimore at New England
Saturday 01/10 04:35 PM Eastern
1.5 units on Baltimore +7 (-110) (risk 1.5 to win 1.36)
Detroit at Dallas
Sunday 01/04 04:40 PM Eastern
1.5 units on Game Total UNDER 48.5 -110 (risk 1.5 to win 1.36)
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As you engage in your NFL handicapping this year, your ultimate goal should be making money. While some people do it for the pride, and other people do it for the entertainment value, the smart bettors understand that when it comes to betting, it’s all about the cash. Here are […]
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