NFL Sunday Night Football Week 11 Preview Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys Sunday, Nov. 19, 8:30 p.m. (ET) NBC NFL Betting Pointspread: Philadelphia -3 Total Line: 48 Philadelphia at Dallas Game Matchup Overview The Eagles went into last week’s bye with the best straight-up record in the NFL at 8-1. […]
Wunderdog Super Bowl Record 2008-2018
Super Bowl XLII (2008): 3-1 including NYG winner
Super Bowl XLIII (2009): 5-1 including Arizona winner
Super Bowl XLIV (2010): 4-0 including New Orleans winner
Super Bowl XLV (2011): 5-1 including Green Bay winner
Super Bowl XLVI (2012): 4-2 including NYG winner
Super Bowl XLVII (2013): 6-2-1 including Baltimore winner
Super Bowl XLVIII (2014): 5-4 including Seattle winner
Super Bowl XLIX (2015): 8-6 with Seattle loser
Super Bowl 50 (2016): 6-7 with Denver winner
Super Bowl LI (2017): 9-1 with New England winner
Super Bowl LII (2018): 6-6 with Philadelphia winner
Super Bowl LIII (2019): 8-3 with Patriots winner
TWELVE YEAR TOTAL: 69-34 (67%) including 11-1 on game winners
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Super Bowl Picks and Predictions
It's become as big a part of our lives as holidays and birthdays – the Super Bowl! No longer just a game, it has become an event. So much so that some people are calling for a national holiday for the day after the game. You know, just an extra day of recovery from all the over-indulging.
For football fans it represents the end of a journey started in the sweltering heat of July training camps, and is completed during the cold winter month of February.
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There is nothing quite like gathering with friends and family to watch the "Big Game."
But not only is the day a great time to spend with family and friends, the Super Bowl is big business. Just how big? Aside from all the money spent on advertising during the broadcast, money spent on food and, ahem, beverages. There is a considerable amount wagered on the game. The record for wagering on the game alone was set in 2006 to the tune of $94.9 million! Those who make Superbowl predictions have said that amount will only get bigger and bigger over time.
With that dollar amount out there, that leaves a lot of room for us regular Joes to cash in on the game with my own Super Bowl predictions. How do we do that? Well, it is really east to make your own Super Bowl picks when your team is in the game. If they're not, then it's time to bring in the experts.
That's where I come in. I have been making Superbowl picks for many years and can help you decide which team should get your money. But first, let's cover some nuts and bolts on betting the big game, and making Superbowl predictions.
Making a play, or bet on the Super Bowl can be as informal as saying "hey I'll take that team to win," with one of your friends. That type of bet is called a straight-up, or moneyline bet. You are taking the team to win regardless of the points or final score. The other most common type of betting on the Super Bowl is picking a team with the points, also known as Against the Spread (ATS).
When you are making Super Bowl against the spread picks, what you are really doing is either adding or subtracting points from a team's final score. For example, let's say that the Broncos are playing the Giants in the Super Bowl. You will see something like this: Denver Broncos -7 (-110). That is the "line," and it is saying that the Broncos are the favorite to win the game. So if you were to make your Super Bowl spread picks on the Broncos, they would have to win the game by more than seven points for your bet to pay. Conversely, if your Super Bowl spread picks were on the Giants, seven points would be added to the Giants' final score. If that number is greater than what the Broncos ended the game with, you win the bet!
All of this can be pretty confusing at first, but you can count on me to sift through all the terms, angles, and data that is necessary to make successful NFL football picks and give you a Super Bowl winner.
I am passionate about sports handicapping, dedicated, and as competitive as they come. I hate to lose more than I like to win, and I win a lot. You can use my abilities and discipline to your advantage when it comes to delivering top-notch, successful Super Bowl picks. I can take out all the guesswork and leave you with the clear choice. Together we can make Super Bowl Sunday a fun and profitable one, and I promise not to snitch on you if you take Monday off.
Check out my past NFL Football picks
New England vs. Los Angeles
Sunday 02/03 06:30 PM Eastern
1 unit on New England -132 (moneyline) (risk 1 to return 1.76)
New England at Kansas City
Sunday 01/20 06:40 PM Eastern
1 unit on Kansas City -150 (moneyline) (risk 1 to return 1.67)
Philadelphia at New Orleans
Sunday 01/13 04:40 PM Eastern
Los Angeles at New England
Sunday 01/13 01:05 PM Eastern
Dallas at Los Angeles
Saturday 01/12 04:40 PM Eastern
Indianapolis at Kansas City
Saturday 01/12 04:35 PM Eastern
NFL Week 10 Thursday Night Preview Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals Thursday, Nov. 9, 8:25 p.m. (ET) NBC Pointspread: Seattle -6 Total Line: 42.5 Seattle at Arizona Game Overview This Thursday night Seattle will be looking to quickly erase the memory of a bad loss on a short week. The […]
NFL Sunday Night Football Week 9 Preview Oakland Raiders at Miami Dolphins Sunday, Nov. 5, 8:30 p.m. (ET) NBC NFL Pointspread: Oakland -2.5 Total Line: 43.5 Oakland at Miami Game Matchup Overview The Raiders are letting this season slip away after winning 11 games in 2016 with just one victory […]
NFL Week 9 Thursday Night Preview Buffalo Bills at New York Jets Thursday, Nov. 2, 8:25 p.m. (ET) NFL Network NFL Pointspread: Buffalo -3.5 Total Line: 42 Buffalo at New York Game Matchup The Bills moved to 5-2 straight-up on the year following Sunday’s impressive 34-14 victory at home against […]
NFL Sunday Night Football Week 3 Preview Oakland Raiders at Washington Redskins Sunday, Sept. 24, 8:30 p.m. (ET) NBC Pointspread: Oakland -3 Total Line: 54 Oakland at Washington Game Matchup Overview The Raiders are off to a perfect 2-0 start both straight-up and against the spread with a 26-16 victory […]
NFL Preseason Week 3 Preview Green Bay Packers at Denver Broncos Saturday, Aug. 26, 9 p.m. (ET) Pointspread: Denver -3 Total Line: 42 Green Bay at Denver Game Overview Green Bay came into the preseason as the clear favorite to once again win the NFC North Division title and it […]
Green Bay Packers at Dallas Cowboys Preview Sunday, Jan. 15, 4:40 p.m. (ET) FOX Football Pointspread: Dallas -4.5 Total Line: 52 Green Bay at Dallas Game Matchup Overview Green Bay will be bringing a ton of momentum into Big D this Sunday coming off a solid 38-13 victory over the […]
NFL Division Playoffs Preview Pittsburgh Steelers at Kansas City Chiefs Sunday, Jan. 15, 1:05 p.m. (ET) CBS NFL Pointspread: Kansas City -1 Total Line: 44.5 Pittsburgh at Kansas City Game Matchup Overview The Pittsburgh Steelers will be looking to extend their current straight-up winning streak to nine games this Sunday […]
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