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NFL Future Odds for the 2015 Season

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It has been roughly two months since the Denver Broncos were embarrassed in Super Bowl 48 by the Seattle Seahawks. I think it is time to look at the odds for the 2015 season.

Seattle is the early favorite and with good reason. Denver is right up there with them since upgrading their team even more this offseason. A shocker to be up as high as they are could be the Green Bay Packers. I suppose a healthy Aaron Rodgers does make a huge difference.

Another interesting aspect of betting I plan to take advantage of are teaser bets explained a bit in this article. What is a teaser bet you ask? Let me explain a bit.

Here is an example spread:

  • Point Spread: Denver Broncos –7 (-110) vs. Kansas City Chiefs +7 (-110)

A teaser is a wager on 2+ teams to cover an adjusted point spread. You can bet on teasers with varying points coming off the spread in your favor. Sportsbooks offer a wide range of teaser options, but the most popular is a 6-point teaser, which we’ll focus on.

In a 6-point teaser the point spread is adjusted by 6 points in your favor.

  • 6-Point Teaser: Denver Broncos –1 vs. Kansas City Chiefs +13

As you can see, we take off six points from the favorite and add six points to the underdog. Keep in mind that you have to bet on a minimum of two games on a teaser just like a parlay bet. The payout odds are also fixed and known prior to placing the bet.

Yes, there is more risk associated with teaser bets, but the bank you could win is also much higher. If you know your football, this is an easy way to add some extra cash onto your hopefully already successful weekend.

Below are the 2015 odds so far. My money is going on the Broncos in the AFC and the 49ers in the NFC.

Team Odds
Seattle Seahawks 6/1
Denver Broncos 6/1
San Francisco 49ers 8/1
New England Patriots 8/1
Green Bay Packers 15/1
New Orleans Saints 20/1
Philadelphia Eagles 25/1
San Diego Chargers 30/1
Indianapolis Colts 35/1
Houston Texans 35/1
Baltimore Ravens 35/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 35/1
Kansas City Chiefs 35/1
Cincinnati Bengals 40/1
Chicago Bears 40/1
Arizona Cardinals 45/1
Carolina Panthers 50/1
New York Giants 50/1
Atlanta Falcons 50/1
Detroit Lions 60/1
Tampa Bay Buccanneers 60/1
St Louis Rams 60/1
Miami Dolphins 60/1
Dallas Cowboys 65/1
New York Jets 70/1
Washington Redskins 75/1
Cleveland Browns 75/1
Tennessee Titans 75/1
Buffalo Bills 80/1
Minnesota Vikings 100/1
Jacksonville Jaguars 225/1
Oakland Raiders 225/1
Team Odds
Seattle Seahawks 13/5
San Francisco 49ers 7/2
Green Bay Packers 8/1
New Orleans Saints 12/1
Philadelphia Eagles 12/1
Chicago Bears 22/1
Atlanta Falcons 25/1
New York Giants 25/1
Detroit Lions 25/1
Carolina Panthers 25/1
Arizona Cardinals 25/1
Dallas Cowboys 30/1
Washington Redskins 40/1
St Louis Rams 40/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 40/1
Minnesota Vikings 60/1
Team Odds
Denver Broncos 5/2
New England Patriots 3/1
Indianapolis Colts 11/1
Cincinnati Bengals 13/1
Houston Texans 18/1
Baltimore Ravens 18/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 18/1
Kansas City Chiefs 18/1
San Diego Chargers 18/1
Miami Dolphins 30/1
New York Jets 30/1
Tennessee Titans 35/1
Cleveland Browns 40/1
Buffalo Bills 40/1
Jacksonville Jaguars 110/1
Oakland Raiders 110/1

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Johnny Manziel’s Wonderlic score is the best among QBs in 2014 NFL draft

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Johnny Manziel’s score on the Wonderlic, the test given all prospective players at the NFL scouting combine, has been leaked with the NFL draft just under a month away and it means … absolutely nothing.

Peyton Manning had a lower score than Manziel, Christian Ponder had a better one. So make of this what you will as you consider whether Johnny Football should be the No. 1 pick by the Houston Texans. Albert Breer of the NFL Network reported the scores of three of the top quarterback prospects and Manziel, at 32, was the leader, with Central Florida’s Blake Bortles at 28 and Teddy Bridgewater at 20. (Cornell’s Jeff Mathews scored highest of any QB in the draft, with a 40.)

A perfect score on the 50-question Wonderlic is believed to have been achieved only once, by Pat McInally, the former Cincinnati Bengals punter who attended Harvard. Among the 31 projected NFL starters, ESPN Stats & Information found that the average score was 29.4. Alex Smith of the Kansas City Chiefs has the highest at 40.

Here’s a sampling of other starters’ scores, put together by, that illustrates just how imprecise an indicator the Wonderlic can be:

Ryan Fitzpatrick (48)
Eli Manning (39)
Tony Romo (37)
Aaron Rodgers (35)
Tom Brady (33)
Peyton Manning (28)
Russell Wilson (24)
Robert Griffin III (24)

And, because you know you were wondering, Tim Tebow scored a 22.

Will Chris Johnson end up with the Denver Broncos?

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Once the most electrifying running back in the NFL, Chris Johnson now finds himself out of work and looking for a new home for the 2014 football season. The Denver Broncos would be an even greater favorite to win next seasons Super Bowl if they obtained Johnson. A great site to find sports betting tips is Bet364.

The 28-year-old has rushed for over 1,000 yards in each season he’s been in the league, including over 2,000 yards rushing back in 2009, but the veteran back was released by Tennessee this week and now will look for new team.

Reports have stated that the former East Carolina star is looking for a new contract sometime soon, possibly this next week and several teams are expressing interest, including the Denver Broncos.

Denver lost starting running back Knowshon Moreno to Miami and have just two young backs in the running for the starting job, but adding a player with the speed and hands of Johnson makes sense, but only if the two sides can agree on money.

The Winners of NFL Free Agency’s First Week

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The NFL is a crazy, wonderful thing. In the first week of the 2014 free agency period, teams handed out over $1 billion in contract money to free agent players. In this effort to strengthen their teams, general managers were battling against one another to get their guy to sign on the dotted line, with some teams, such as the Denver Broncos, being much more active than others.

However, spending money in March does not guarantee you success next February, as many teams have found out the hard way. Despite this, the free agency frenzy does affect the NFL outrights for next season, as fans take a high-profile signing as a cause for optimism. The increased salary cap has allowed teams to go out and try to get players to take them to the next level.

The Biggest Names

Michael Bennett: Seattle Seahawks

One of the most important players on the Super Bowl winning defense, defensive end Michael Bennett was re-signed by the Seahawks to a longer term deal. He will be a key part of maintaining Seattle’s defensive dominance.

Greg Hardy: Carolina Panthers

Similarly, the Panthers are building an extremely good defense, of which Hardy played a key part. Bringing him back was important, especially as Carolina’s offense seems to be crumbling in free agency.

Darrelle Revis: New England Patriots

Famous for locking down opposing receivers on ‘Revis Island’, the cornerback had an anticlimactic season for Tampa. However, signing with the Pats gives him an immediate chance of a Super Bowl, and he can still play at an extremely high level.

Golden Tate: Detroit Lions

An underrated receiver, Tate played an important role in Seattle’s incredible season. Tate offers more than just catching as a receiver; he is an extremely good blocker and a deadly punt returner.

Jared Veldheer: Arizona Cardinals

Many have criticized the Raiders for allowing left tackle Veldheer to leave. What is Oakland’s loss is definitely Arizona’s gain, with Veldheer filling a huge need on the offensive line.

Eric Decker: New York Jets

A part of the (almost) all-conquering Denver Broncos offense last season, Decker will find life tougher as a number one receiver in New York. No quarterback is Peyton Manning, however; the Jets’ QB situation is pretty awful, and defenses should be able to scheme against Decker.

Aqib Talib & DeMarcus Ware: Denver Broncos

The Broncos are in ‘win now mode’, adding two extremely good, experienced players at positions of need. With Talib playing corner and Ware rushing the passer, Denver’s defense may hold up more next season.

Jairus Byrd: New Orleans Saints

With adding Byrd to their set of safeties alongside young star Kenny Vaccaro, the Saints are copying the blueprint that brought the Seahawks so much success. One thing is for sure, this duo comes pretty close to rivaling Kam Chancellor and Earl Thomas.

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The NFL Salary Cap may be upwards of $130M!

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Good news for cap-strapped franchises league-wide.

NFL Media’s Albert Breer reported Tuesday that the salary cap is expected by most to climb north of the$130 million figure discussed last week and well above the previously projected $126.3 million for 2014, according to team and union sources.

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The NFL and NFL Players Association are in talks Tuesday to set the cap, which three sources pegged as more than $130 million. One team told Breer it expected the cap to be closer to $129 million.

We think immediately of Carolina general manager Dave Gettleman, who repeatedly at the combine called the Panthers a “cap-strapped” club with minimal wiggle room to re-sign its own players, much less anyone else’s.

“We don’t have a choice,” Gettleman said, bemoaning the cap’s slow growth. “What hasn’t happened yet is the agents and the players don’t understand that the money isn’t there the way it used to be.”

At least a little more of that money will be available to Gettleman and other financially challenged general managers in 2014.

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