Bet On NCAA Football – Broncos Aim To Continue Rolling Against Wolf Pack


College Football OddsThose who bet on NCAA football have seen Boise State dominate the WAC, as they’ve won seven conference titles since 2002, and they can clinch at least a share of one final title before they head to the Mountain West when they head to Nevada on Friday night. More importantly, the Broncos will likely jump up in the BCS rankings with a decisive win as they look for their 18th straight win on the road.

Boise State Nevada Betting – Friday, 10:15 PM ET

The No.4 Broncos (10-0, 6-0) got off to a slow start, but got back on track quickly for a 51-0 shutout of Fresno State at home. Kellen Moore was 27-of-38 for 333 yards, four touchdowns and a pick as the Broncos racked up 516 yards of offense, while holding Fresno State to a mere 125 yards, stopping them on 11 of 12 third-down opportunities. On the other hand, the Broncos converted 10 of their 13 chances to move the chains on third down, and any online football betting player will tell you how important that is to a team’s success.

The Wolf Pack (10-1, 5-1) raced out to a 31-3 halftime lead and never looked back in a 52-6 rout out New Mexico State at home, and turnovers were the story of this game. Nevada allowed New Mexico State to gain 309 yards, but they forced three turnovers and ran one pick back for a score. Colin Kaepernick was 15-of-27 for 251 yards and two touchdowns, while running for 35 yards and another score for the Wolf Pack, who had 494 yards of their own. The Nevada defense did a great job on third down, stopping New Mexico on 15 of 20 opportunities, and that also had a big hand in the win.

Your pay per head sportsbook has the Broncos as 14-point favorites on the road, and they’re 9-0 against the Wolf Pack in the WAC. In fact, the Broncos have won 10 in a row over the Wolf Pack, last losing back in 1998, which was at Nevada. The Wolf Pack are an extremely talented team, and they’ll probably hang with the Broncos for the first half due to Kaepernick’s ability to beat you with his legs as well as his arm. But the Broncos are just too strong, ranking second in the country in defense and fourth on offense, and they’re deeper than people give them credit for. That depth will allow them to wear down the Wolf Pack in the second half. Also, the Broncos prepare for every team the same, whether you’re Virginia Tech, Fresno State or Nevada, and that preparation will pay off in spades on Friday. Take Boise State to cover the sports betting spread.

NFL Betting Preview for November 25, 2010: Cincinnati Bengals vs. New York Jets (-9)


NFL BettingBetting Overview:

NFL betting fans who love to gorge on Thanksgiving Day football were happy when a third game was added to the holiday schedule. The Cincinnati Bengals have very little to be thankful for this season as they have failed to live up to their preseason NFL predictions. The NFL scores racked up by the Bengals have shown a team that is out of sync on offense, and out of luck on defense.

The New York Jets touted themselves as the next Super Bowl champions before the season started, but few believed that a team with no depth could possibly go very far in the playoffs. To this point, the Jets have been incredibly fortunate not to have any major injuries to key players and that is what has made them the best team in the AFC. The Jets dominate on both sides of the ball, and have one of the best offensive lines in football. But the thing that has really carried the Jets to this point is that they make very few mistakes on offense or defense.


The greatest fear of all other AFC teams is starting to materialize; Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez actually is turning into a pressure quarterback. In the dying seconds of last week’s game against the Houston Texans, Sanchez led the Jets to a game winning touchdown that looked like something Marion or Elway had orchestrated. A long bomb to Braylon Edwards followed up by a touch pass to Santonio Holmes sealed the game for the Jets. It is wins like that which are making the Jets into a Super Bowl contender.

The Bengals offense is just all off. Cincinnati went into the locker room at halftime against the Buffalo Bills up 31-14. That should have been lights out for the Bills, but Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer is so fixated on getting the ball to wide receiver Terrell Owens that he is ignoring a wide open Chad Ochocinco. On one occasion in the Bills game, Ochocinco was standing all alone in the endzone as Palmer threw the ball over the middle and incomplete. Running back Cedric Benson is showing signs of giving up on the season, and Terrell Owens himself continues to put pressure on the offense to perform.


The Jets have one of the top defenses in the league. By all accounts, over the past three or four weeks, the Jets have the top defense in the league followed closely by the Green Bay Packers. The Jets have Antonio Cromartie and Darelle Revis shutting down both sides of the field in the passing game. That allows the defensive line to tee-off on the run and get to the quarterback. There is very little that an offense can do to trick or beat the New York Jets defense.

The Bengals defense completely collapsed against the Buffalo Bills last week. Cincinnati could not stop the run or the pass at all in the second half. Towards the end of the game it looked like the Bengals defense gave up and the Bills were walking into the endzone from 20 and 30 yards out. The best the Bengals can hope for in this game is to not get blown out, and in order to do that they need their defense to play a full game.

The Bottom Line:

The Cincinnati Bengals are a mess. The offense is arguing and the defense has given up. The New York Jets will not take very long to exploit the weak points of the Bengals and it is a possibility that this could be the most lopsided game of the season.

BSN Sports Pick: New York Jets

Kansas City Chiefs came back to Lead in the AFC West


NFL BettingThe Kansas City Chiefs came back to lead in the AFC West and in the process remained undefeated Arrowhead Stadium from 31 to 13 after defeating the Arizona Cardinals.

The performance of the evening was that of Dwayne Bowe with two touchdown passes coming six consecutive games with at least one touchdown reception, a mark on the franchise, to accompany his 109 yards.

Arizona began with promise to take a lead early, but Thomas Jones was charged tip two touchdowns in a performance in which he totaled 71 yards. From there the result never again be in doubt despite a good game of Derek Anderson threw 295 yards and a touchdown in the final minutes of the game in Larry Fitzgerald.

The Cardinals posted their fifth straight loss and have dropped to 3-7, leaving the chance of being NFL betting champions of their division for the third consecutive time while the Chiefs (6-4) are still struggling to prove that their home has not been a fluke and that deserve the title of the West.

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