UFC 253 comes packed with fireworks from both inside the octagon and the betting lines as middleweight king Israel Adesanya settles his grudge with the unbeaten destroyer, Paulo Costa. Both fighters are explosive strikers and with ill will all but guaranteeing heated exchanges. Co-headlining are red-hot fighters Dominick Reyes and Jan Blachowicz facing off for the vacant light heavyweight title. Let's break down these fights and see which bets we can cash.
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NFL Specials Betting Lines Picks
You might have also heard NFL Specials Betting Lines as prop bets or proposition bets. These are bets on things outside the final score or outcome of the game. It can be anything from “How many touchdowns will the Packers score Sunday,” to “How many interceptions will DeShone Kizer” throw this weekend. Those are single-game bets, but you can also make prop bets or special bets on longer term stuff like, “How many games will the Browns win this year?”
These bets are a lot of fun. They’re also a great way for people who aren’t as hardcore football fans as you are to get in on the betting action. But, they’re also a way for smart football fans like you to make a lot of money.
Here are some special betting lines on NFL week 11, why I love these bets, and which way I would bet.
Will the Giants score more than 24 points in any game in the 2017 Regular Season?
- Yes -2000
- No +750
I love this because it’s delightfully cruel. The Giants suck right now. And their offensive struggles have been a major part of it. They were struggling even before they lost Odell Beckham Jr. for the season. Now, you look at the offensive lineup and wonder where their points will come from. That’s a lot of pressure on special teams to make a miracle happen. The Giants are 25th in total yards, 29th in points per game, and 25th in rushing yards on the season.
Who do they have left on the schedule? The Redskins on the road, the Raiders on the road, the Cowboys at home, the Eagles at home, the Cardinals on the road, and the Redskins at home.. these are all pretty middle of the road defensive teams. So I think it's too volatile a bet to say for sure they will not score 24 points for the rest of the season.
So I'm betting yes.
Nathan Peterman - Total Interceptions Week 11
- Over 1 -120
- Under 1 -120
This is fun too. I literally have to take more than one. We have a rookie QB being thrown to the wolves (well, Chargers) on the road this weekend. This could be his breakout game and this is the turning point in the Bill franchise history. But it is far more likely he gets smacked around. The Chargers have a good-to-above average defense, and they are right in the middle of the NFL with 7 picks on the year. But I have to figure that even if he has a good game and wins, he’s throwing more than 1 int.
I’d bet the “Over” here. He could have more than 1 in the first quarter.
Will the Broncos allow 40 or more points Week 11?
- Yes +500
- No -1000
The Broncos are allowing the 4th most points per game in the NFL at 26.6 per game. This bet comes after they allowed 41 and 51 points against in their last two games. But, to be totally fair, those were the only two games this year where they’ve allowed more than 40. In fact, they hadn’t even surrendered 30 prior to that. This weekend, they play the Cincinnati Bengals, who are 3-6 and not exactly killing it on the offensive end and are third last, scoring 16.6 points per game.
Their biggest scoring output was a 31 point game against the somehow-even-worse Cleveland Browns. So I cannot see The Bengals erupting for 40 plus points this weekend, or any.
Take the “No” bet.
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