NFL Week 1 Lines: Champs Getting Little Respect
As far as I'm concerned, its never too early to think about the NFL.
Some shops have posted early Week 1 lines. I'm not recommending on getting down on any at the moment.
However, I do find it interesting - and often informative - to compare these early "spring" lines to the ones that we'll see after the preseason is finished.
The opening night game features Baltimore traveling to Denver. The Ravens may be the champs but its the Broncos who are currently laying more than a touchdown.
Some other potentially interesting matchups include the Packers visiting San Francisco to take on the 49'ers and the Giants and Cowboys renewing their rivalry at "Big D." The latter is the Sunday night game.
The Monday night double-header includes another NFC East battle, as the Eagles invade the nation's capital to take on the Redskins. That's followed by Houston at San Diego in the night cap.
A complete list of the Week 1 odds appears below. Lines courtesy of Sports Interaction, as of May 1st.
Thursday, Sept. 5
Baltimore at Denver (-8.5)
Sunday, Sept, 8
New England (-7) at Buffalo
Tennessee at Pittsburgh (-7)
Atlanta at New Orleans (-2.5)
Tampa (-2) at NY Jets
Kansas City (-1.5) at Jacksonville
Cincinnati at Chicago (-3.5)
Miami (pk) at Cleveland
Seattle (-3.5) at Carolina
Minnesota at Detroit (-2.5)
Oakland at Indianapolis (-8.5)
Arizona at St. Louis (-6)
Green Bay at San Francisco (-5)
NY Giants at Dallas (-3)
Monday Sept. 9
Philadelphia at Washington (-5.5)
Houston (-3) at San Diego
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1* Free Play UNDER Hawks/Ducks.
What's the first thing that comes to mind when you think about these two teams? For me, it's efficient offenses, backed by smothering defensive play and superb goaltending. So, I think it's a bit of surprise that the total is 3-1-2 so far through the first six in the Western Conference Finals, including having sailed above the posted number in three straight. With a trip to the Stanley Cup Finals on the line though, I feel that the UNDER is finally worthy of a second look here as each of these teams clamps down defensively and waits for the other to make the first mistake. In my opinion, this is a great situational play, but it's also very strong from an Over/Under trend based stand point as Chicago has seen the total go UNDER the number in four of six this year after playing to three or more OVERs in a row, while Anaheim has seen it dip below the posted number in five of seven in the same position. With players risking life and limb getting into shooting and passing lanes, all signs do indeed point to the UNDER as the correct move in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals.
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