2016 NFL Season: Comparing Win Totals with Futures

The 2016 NFL season doesn’t get underway until September 8th when the Denver Broncos host the Carolina Panthers in a rematch of Super Bowl 50. Even though the annual kickoff game is still months away, there are still ample betting opportunities for the NFL faithful. Back on April 14th, the Westgate Superbook in Las Vegas became the first…

2016 NFL Point Spreads for Weeks 1-16

CG Technology, formerly known as Cantor Gaming, released lines for every single NFL game between Week 1 and 16 on Wednesday evening. You will notice that most sportsbooks will not post Week 17 lines because many teams will have already locked up a playoff spot and will be resting their starters. We posted Week 1 lines from the…

2016 NFL Mock Draft: An Oddsmakers Take (Part 1)

The first round of the 2016 NFL draft commences Thursday, April 28th at 8 p.m. ET as teams search for the best young talent from the college ranks. Although fans from across the country will be scouring the internet looking for mock draft predictions for their favorite team, there is a large segment of the population who…

2016-17 NFL Week 1 Odds

On Thursday night, Westgate sportsbook in Las Vegas became the first book to post 2016-17 NFL Week 1 odds. Below shows the lines and totals for each matchup, beginning with a Panthers/Broncos rematch to open the season: Are there any lines or totals that immediately jump out to you? We’ll be sure to post odds…

2016 NFL Divisional Odds

The NFL Draft doesn’t take place for another two weeks, but that hasn’t stopped oddsmakers from looking forward to the upcoming NFL season. Most sportsbooks will typically release Super Bowl odds and Win Totals shortly after the conclusion of the previous season, albeit with lower limits. However, most of the secondary and tertiary prop bets aren’t…

How Has the First Day of Free Agency Affected NFL Win Totals?

Several weeks ago, GC Technology became the first major sportsbook to post NFL win totals for the upcoming 2016 season. Their numbers had the Packers, Panthers, Patriots, Steelers and Seahawks leading the way with 10.5 projected wins, while the Browns were viewed as the league’s weakest team with an over/under of 4.5 wins. Yesterday marked…