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Betting odds on various NFL things

Post by News Tribune Staff on Nov. 1, 2007 at 1:45 pm with 4 Comments »
November 1, 2007 1:45 pm

For those of you interested in some of the odds on things around the league, these are courtesy of my friends at Bodog.com:


Patriots at Colts Odds


Odds to win the Super Bowl


Indianapolis / New England -700


Rest of the Teams +400



2008 Early Super Bowl XLII Line @ Glendale, AZ


NFC 12.5


AFC -12.5



2008 Early Super Bowl XLII Total @ Glendale, AZ


Over 53.5


Under 53.5




Will the winner of the game finish the regular season 16-0?


Yes +200


No -300



Will the loser finish the regular season 15-1?


Yes +150


No -200



If these teams meet again, will winner of the first game be the winner of the 2nd game


Yes -170


No +130



What percentage of American households will tune in to watch the Colts-Patriots Game?


Over 21.5%


Under 21.5%



Will the Patriots score on there Opening Drive?


Yes -130


No -110



Total Team Points – New England Patriots


Over 31.5 -120


Under 31.5 -110



Total Team Point – Indianapolis Cots


Over 26.5 -120


Under 26.5 -110



Exact Margin of victory


New England by 1-3 Points 7/2


New England by 4-6 Points 3/1


New England by 7-10 Points 5/1


New England by 11-13 Points 7/1


New England by 14-17 Points 11/1


New England by 18-21 Points 15/1


New England by 22 or More Points 9/1


Indianapolis by 1-3 Points 3/1


Indianapolis by 4-6 Points 4/1


Indianapolis by 7-10 Points 5/1


Indianapolis by 11-13 Points 7/1


Indianapolis by 14-17 Points 12/1


Indianapolis by 18-21 Points 15/1


Indianapolis by 22 or More Points 8/1



How many passing yards will Peyton Manning throw for versus the Patriots?


Over 278.5 -120


Under 278.5 -110



How many passing yards will Tom Brady throw for versus the Colts?


Over 280.5 -120


Under 280.5 -110



Who will throw the first TD pass?


Tom Brady -125


Peyton Manning -105



Who will throw the first Interception?


Tom Brady -115


Peyton Manning -115



Who will finish the game with the most Pass Completions?


Tom Brady -1.5 -125


Peyton Manning 1.5 -105



How many Rushing yards will Joseph Addai run for versus the Patriots?


Over 90.5 -115


Under 90.5 -115



How many Rushing yards will Laurence Maroney run for versus the Colts?


Over 78.5 -120


Under 78.5 -110



Who will be the first to score a rushing TD?


Laurence Maroney -105


Joseph Addai -125



Which WR will be the first to score a TD?


Randy Moss 6/5


Reggie Wayne 3/2


Wes Walker 2/1


Marvin Harrison 5/2



How many receiving yards will Randy Moss get versus the Colts?


Over 85.5 -115


Under 85.5 -115



How many receiving yards will Marvin Harrison get versus the Patriots?


Over 65.5 -115


Under 65.5 -115



How many receiving yards will Wes Walker get versus the Colts?


Over 78.5 -120


Under 78.5 -110



How many receiving yards will Reggie Wayne get versus the Patriots?


Over 90.5 -115


Under 90.5 -115



Who will get the first Sack?


Mike Vrabel -130


Dwight Freeney -110



Which team will have more Turnovers?


Colts -105


Patriots -125



Total FG by Adam Vinatieri


Over 2.5 -105


Under 2.5 -125



Will Mike Vrabel have a receiving TD?


Yes Even


No -130



Dallas Clark – Total Receiving Yards


Over 58.5 -115


Under 58.5 -115



Dallas Clark – Total Pass Receptions


Over 5 -105


Under 5 -125



Dallas Clark – Longest Pass Reception


Over 28.5 -115


Under 28.5 -115



What will the Patriots highest scoring game be for the remainder of the regular season?


Over 55.5 -105


Under 55.5 -125



How many times for the remainder of the regular season will the Patriots cover the closing game total by themselves? Over 2.5 -105


Under 2.5 -125



Cross Sports Odds


What will be higher on Sunday?


Kevin Garnett Points -5 -115


Maroney Carries +5 -115



What will be higher on Sunday?


Paul Pierce Points +3 -115


Brady Pass Completions -3 -115



What will be higher on Sunday?


Randy Moss Receiving Yards -115


Boston Celtics Total Team Points -115



What will be higher on Sunday?


Ray Allen Rebounds and Assists -1 -120


Wes Welker Pass Receptions +1 -120



Random NFL Odds for Week 9


Kellen Clemens -Total Passing Yards


Over 195.5 -115


Under 195.5 -115



Kellen Clemens -Total Pass Completions


Over 17 -115


Under 17 -115



Kellen Clemens -Total TD Passes


Over 1.5 -105


Under 1.5 -125



Kellen Clemens -Total Pass Interceptions


Over 1.5 -130


Under 1.5 Even



Vince Young – Total Passing Yards vs. Panthers


Over 157.5 -115


Under 157.5 -115



Odds to win the NFC South Division


Atlanta Falcons 100/1


Tampa Bay Buccaneers 6/5


Carolina Panthers 7/4


New Orleans Saints 7/4



Terrell Owens – Total Receiving Yards


Over 80.5 -115


Under 80.5 -115



Terrell Owens – Total Pass Receptions


Over 5.5 -120


Under 5.5 -110



Will the Cleveland Browns break the single season record for most passing TDs given up by a team in a single season?


Yes +400


No -700



Will the Cincinnati Bengals break the single season record for most passing TDs given up by a team in a single season?


Yes +400


No -700

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  1. tmcclurkan says:

    The Pats are good, no question, but this is ridiculous. It must be the first time in NFL history that a defending SB champ, undefeated and playing at home, is an underdog. I must be the only one in the world (certainly the only one I have read or talked to) that believes the Colts will win this weekend. The reasons are simple:
    1) while brady is in an amazing zone, and has a lot of weapons, he has no running game. He has been allowed to sit in the pocket and take 5 seconds to find his target. The Colts will find a way to get pressure.
    2) Brady may be on fire, but I will still take Peyton as the best game manager in football. He will engineer long, patient drives that keep Brady off the field and wear down the NE D. As long as he can score TDs instead of FGs, it will be a close game through 3 qtrs, then the NE D will be tired, and eventually Brady will not lead them to a TD and Peyton will.

    Final score: Indy 30, NE 27

  2. jerrycurl says:

    Not just you… I picked the Colts.

    Note: Indy’s games have been against teams with a 27-24 record, if you take away each teams game against Indy that makes their combined record 27-17.

    New England has run up the score against teams with a combined 24-34 record it drops down to 24-26 if you take away the 8 losses those teams have against the Pats.

    I just think Indy has too much to play for at home, and New England has taken advantage of some bad teams. Yes they beat up on Dallas, but everyone in the league knows that Dallas can’t cover deep. New England was built to beat that type of team.

    Peyton got the Patriot monkey off his back, and might be the only QB in the league that doesn’t seem to fear Belicheck’s defense.

    If the game were in the Northeast I’d probably go the other way, but Indy has won 12 straight and I say they goto 13.

  3. Are we supposed to know what this stuff means?

    For example:

    Indianapolis / New England -700

    Rest of the Teams +400

    What does this mean, -700?

    Or this:

    Vince Young – Total Passing Yards vs. Panthers

    Over 157.5 -115

    Under 157.5 -115

    What the heck does this mean? I assume this has some meaning, but I sure as heck don’t know what it is.

  4. nighthawk2 says:

    Damn, that’s what I call information overload. A couple of things here, one, New England, in my view, is going to win this game and it won’t be close. Whoever wins this game probably wins the AFC and the Super Bowl, especially if it’s the Patriots because then the Colts have to go to Foxboro in the cold and snow. Adios Colts if that happens. The only other thing to be decided is who the sacrificial lamb will be from the NFC that gets slaughtered in the Super Bowl.

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