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  1. #1 Cnotes 2017 NFL Preview Of Teams ! 
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    AFC North Snapshot
    June 8, 2017



    AFC NORTH - 2016 STANDINGS


    Team SU Record ATS Record


    Pittsburgh 11-5 9-6-1
    Baltimore 8-8 7-9
    Cincinnati 6-9-1 7-9
    Cleveland 1-15 3-12-1


    AFC North History


    Did You Know?


    -- The Ravens struggled in the underdog role by posting a 1-5 SU and 2-4 ATS when receiving points. Both covers came against the rival Steelers.


    -- From the start of November through mid-December, the Browns scored 13 points or less in six straight games and posted an 0-6 SU/ATS record in that span.


    -- The Bengals cashed the UNDER in seven of the final eight games of 2016, including a 4-0 mark in their last four road contests.


    -- The Steelers were listed as an underdog only once in the regular season in 2016, the fewest number of times in this role since 2009.


    Odds to win AFC North - per Sportsbook.ag

    Pittsburgh Steelers 5/7
    Baltimore Ravens 5/2
    Cincinnati Bengals 7/2
    Cleveland Browns 100/1


    AFC North Win Totals - per Sportsbook.ag


    Baltimore Ravens Under 9 (-125) Over 9 (-105)
    Cincinnati Bengals Under 8.5 (-120) Over 8.5 (-110)
    Cleveland Browns Under 4.5 (-140) Over 4.5 (+110)
    Pittsburgh Steelers Under 10.5 (-110) Over 10.5 (-120)


    2017 Divisional Matchups - Odds per CG Technology


    Week 1 - Baltimore at Cincinnati (-1)
    Week 1 - Pittsburgh (-9) at Cleveland
    Week 2 - Cleveland at Baltimore (-9.5)
    Week 4 - Pittsburgh (-1.5) at Baltimore
    Week 4 - Cincinnati (-3.5) at Cleveland
    Week 7 - Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (-7)
    Week 12 - Cleveland at Cincinnati (-8.5)
    Week 13 - Pittsburgh (-1) at Cincinnati
    Week 14 - Baltimore at Pittsburgh (-6)
    Week 15 - Baltimore (-4) at Cleveland
    Week 17 - Cincinnati at Baltimore (OFF)
    Week 17 - Cleveland at Pittsburgh


    Odds Subject to Change


    Strength of Schedule
    2016 Standings vs. 2017 Las Vegas Win Totals


    STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE - PER 2016 STANDINGS
    Team Opp. Combined Record Opp. Winning Percentage
    Cleveland Browns 119-135-2 .469
    Baltimore Ravens 117-137-2 .461
    Pittsburgh Steelers 115-139-2 .453
    Cincinnati Bengals 115-141-0 .449


    STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE - PER 2017 LAS VEGAS WIN TOTALS
    Team Opp. Combined Wins Opp. Win Average
    Cleveland 134 8.375
    Pittsburgh 128.5 8.03
    Baltimore 127 7.93
    Cincinnati 126.5 7.91
    2017 Games vs. 2016 Playoff Teams


    Baltimore: 7
    Cincinnati: 5
    Cleveland: 5
    Pittsburgh: 5


    Primetime Games


    Baltimore:
    (Week 8 vs. Dolphins TNF, Week 12 vs. Texans MNF, Week 14 at Steelers SNF)


    Cincinnati: (Week 2 vs. Texans TNF, Week 13 vs. Steelers MNF)


    Cleveland: (None)

    Pittsburgh:
    (Week 8 at Lions SNF, Week 11 vs. Titans TNF, Week 12 vs. Packers SNF, Week 13 at Bengals MNF, Week 14 vs. Ravens SNF)

    PRIMETIME RECORDS (2006-2016)



    Team Games Record (2016) SNF (2016) MNF (2016) TNF (2016)


    Baltimore 36 20-16 (1-1) 7-5 7-9 (1-1) 6-2 (1-0)


    Cincinnati 26 7-19 (1-1) 0-6 3-5 (0-1) 3-5 (1-0)


    Cleveland 15 5-10 (0-1) 0-1 2-3 3-6 (0-1)


    Pittsburgh 50 32-18 (3-0) 16-11 (1-0) 10-3 (1-0) 6-4 (1-0)


    Baltimore Ravens


    Head Coach: John Harbaugh (2008)
    Offensive Coordinator: Marty Mornhinweg (2016)
    Defensive Coordinator: Dean Pees (2012)


    Offense


    - Improvements: RB Danny Woodhead (LAC), WR Jeremy Maclin (KC)
    - Key Losses: T Ricky Wagner (DET)


    Defense


    - Improvements: CB Brandon Carr (DAL), S Tony Jefferson (ARZ)
    - Key Losses: LB Elvis Dumervil (SF), DE Lawrence Guy (NE)

    Cincinnati Bengals



    Head Coach: Marvin Lewis (2003)
    Offensive Coordinator: Ken Zampese (2016)
    Defensive Coordinator: Paul Guenther (2014)


    Offense


    - Improvements: RB Joe Mixon (Draft - Oklahoma), WR John Ross (Draft - Washington), OT Andre Smith (MIN)
    - Key Losses: RB Rex Burkhead (NE), T Andrew Whitworth (LAR), G Kevin Zeitler (CLE)


    Defense


    - Improvements: LB Kevin Minter (ARZ)
    - Key Losses: LB Karlos Dansby (ARZ), DE Margus Hunt (IND)


    Cleveland Browns


    Head Coach: Hue Jackson (2016)
    Offensive Coordinator: Hue Jackson
    Defensive Coordinator: Gregg Williams (First Year) - Previous (Rams DC)


    Offense


    - Improvements: WR Kenny Britt (LAR), TE David Njoku (Draft - Miami, FL), QB Brock Osweiler (HOU), C JC Tretter (GB), G Kevin Zeitler (CIN)
    - Key Losses: QB Josh McCown (NYJ), WR Terrelle Pryor (WSH)

    Defense



    - Improvements: None
    - Key Losses: None


    Pittsburgh Steelers

    Head Coach: Mike Tomlin (2007)
    Offensive Coordinator: Todd Haley (2012)
    Defensive Coordinator: Keith Butler (2015)


    Offense


    - Improvements: RB Knile Davis (KC), WR Justin Hunter (BUF), WR Juju Smith-Schuster (Draft - USC)
    - Key Losses: RB DeAngelo Williams (Released), WR Markus Wheaton (CHI)


    Defense


    - Improvements: DE Tyson Alualu (JAX)
    - Key Losses: LB Jarvis Jones (ARZ), LB Lawrence Timmons (MIA)
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    AFC South Snapshot
    June 8, 2017



    AFC SOUTH - 2016 STANDINGS


    Team SU Record ATS Record
    Houston 9-7 6-9-1
    Tennessee 9-7 7-9
    Indianapolis 8-8 7-8-1
    Jacksonville 3-13 8-8


    AFC South History

    Did You Know?


    -- The Texans dominated at home last season by compiling a 7-1 record at NRG Stadium, while holding six opponents to 20 points or fewer.


    -- After starting 0-2, the Colts never lost consecutive games again in 2016, going 7-0 SU and 6-1 ATS following a loss starting in Week 3.


    -- Jacksonville was listed as a favorite only once in 2016, losing at home to Houston as three-point chalk, 24-21. In spite of a 3-13 record, the Jaguars managed to cover in the final three games of the season.


    -- Tennessee closed out 2016 with a strong 4-1 record, while limiting three of those opponents to 17 points or less.


    Odds to win AFC South - per Sportsbook.ag


    Tennessee Titans 21/10
    Indianapolis Colts 9/4
    Houston Texans 9/4
    Jacksonville Jaguars 5/1


    AFC South Win Totals - per Sportsbook.ag


    Houston Texans Under 8.5 (-115) Over 8.5 (-115)
    Indianapolis Colts Under 8.5 (-110) Over 8.5 (-120)
    Jacksonville Jaguars Under 6.5 (Even) Over 6.5 (-130)
    Tennessee Titans Under 9 (-120) Over 9 (-110)


    2017 Divisional Matchups - Odds per CG Technology


    Week 1 - Jacksonville at Houston (-4.5)
    Week 2 - Tennessee (-1) at Jacksonville
    Week 4 - Tennessee at Houston (-3)
    Week 6 - Indianapolis at Tennessee (-3)
    Week 7 - Jacksonville at Indianapolis (-6.5)
    Week 9 - Indianapolis at Houston (-3)
    Week 12 - Tennessee at Indianapolis (-3)
    Week 13 - Indianapolis (-1) at Jacksonville
    Week 13 - Houston at Tennessee (-2.5)
    Week 15 - Houston (-1) at Jacksonville
    Week 17 - Jacksonville at Tennessee (OFF)
    Week 17 - Houston at Indianapolis (OFF)


    Odds Subject to Change


    Strength of Schedule
    2016 Standings vs. 2017 Las Vegas Win Totals


    SOS - PER 2016 STANDINGS
    Team Opp. Combined Record Opp. Winning Percentage
    Houston 115-138-3 .455
    Jacksonville 111-142-3 .439
    Tennessee 111-142-3 .439
    Indianapolis 107-146-3 .424


    SOS - PER 2017 LAS VEGAS WIN TOTALS
    Team Opp. Combined Wins Opp. Win Average
    Houston 129 8.06
    Jacksonville 127.5 7.97
    Tennessee 123.5 7.72
    Indianapolis 122 7.62


    2017 Games vs. 2016 Playoff Teams


    Houston: 4
    Indianapolis: 4
    Jacksonville: 4
    Tennessee: 5


    Primetime Games


    Houston: (Week 2 at Bengals – TNF, Week 5 vs. Chiefs – SNF, Week 12 at Ravens – MNF)


    Indianapolis: (Week 4 at Seahawks – SNF, Week 6 at Titans – MNF, Week 15 vs. Broncos – TNF)


    Jacksonville: (None)


    Tennessee: (Week 6 vs. Colts – MNF, Week 11 at Steelers – TNF)


    PRIMETIME RECORDS (2006-2016)


    Team Games Record (2016) SNF (2016) MNF (2016) TNF (2016)


    Houston 24 7-17 (1-3) 2-4 (1-0) 4-7 (0-2) 1-6 (0-1)


    Indianapolis 47 29-18 (1-2) 14-11 (0-1) 6-6 (1-0) 9-1 (0-1)


    Jacksonville 16 6-10 (0-1) 0-1 3-4 3-5 (0-1)


    Tennessee 17 8-9 (1-0) 1-2 5-2 2-5 (1-0)


    Houston Texans


    Head Coach: Bill O'Brien (2014)
    Offensive Coordinator: Bill O'Brien
    Defensive Coordinator: Mike Vrabel (First Year) - Previous (Texans LBs Coach)


    Offense


    - Improvements: QB Deshaun Watson (Draft - Clemson)
    - Key Losses: QB Brock Osweiler (CLE)


    Defense


    - Improvements: None
    - Key Losses: CB A.J. Bouye (JAX), S Quintin Demps (CHI), LB John Simon (IND)


    Indianapolis Colts


    Head Coach: Chuck Pagano (2012)
    Offensive Coordinator: Rob Chudzinski (First Year) - Previous (Colts Associate Head Coach)
    Defensive Coordinator: Ted Monachino (2016)


    Offense


    - Improvements: WR Kamar Aiken (BAL), P Jeff Locke (MIN)
    - Key Losses: G Hugh Thornton (ATL)


    Defense


    - Improvements: DT Johnthan Hankins (NYG), DE Margus Hunt (CIN), LB Barkevious Mingo (NE), DE Jabaal Sheard (NE), LB John Simon (HOU), LB Sean Spence (TEN)
    - Key Losses: S Mike Adams (CAR), LB Erik Walden (Released)


    Jacksonville Jaguars


    Head Coach: Doug Marrone (2016 - Interim)
    Offensive Coordinator: Nathaniel Hackett (2016)
    Defensive Coordinator: Todd Wash (2016)


    Offense


    - Improvements: RB Leonard Fournette (Draft - LSU), OT Branden Albert (MIA), TE Mychal Rivera (OAK)
    - Key Losses: T Kelvin Beachum (NYJ)


    Defense


    - Improvements: CB A.J. Bouye (HOU), DE Calais Campbell (ARZ), S Barry Church (DAL)
    - Key Losses: DE Tyson Alualu (PIT), CB Prince Amukamara (CHI), S Johnathan Cyprien (TEN), DE Jared Odrick (Released)


    Tennessee Titans


    Head Coach: Mike Mularkey (2015)
    Offensive Coordinator: Terry Robiskie (2016)
    Defensive Coordinator: Dick LeBeau (2016)


    Offense


    - Improvements: WR Corey Davis (Draft - Western Michigan)
    - Key Losses: TE Anthony Fasano (MIA), G Chance Warmack (PHI), WR Kendall Wright (CHI)


    Defense


    - Improvements: S Johnathan Cyprien (JAX), CB Logan Ryan (NE)
    - Key Losses: LB Sean Spence (IND)
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    AFC East Snapshot
    June 8, 2017



    AFC EAST - 2016 STANDINGS


    Team SU Record ATS Record
    New England 14-2 13-3
    Miami 10-6 9-7
    Buffalo 7-9 6-10
    N.Y. Jets 5-11 6-10


    AFC East History


    Did You Know?


    -- Buffalo began last season with a strong 4-2 mark with three of those victories coming against NFC West opponents. The Bills managed only two covers in the final 10 games with one of those ATS wins coming against the lowly Browns.


    -- The Dolphins overcame an early 1-4 start to win 10 games, but only one victory came against a team that made the postseason (Pittsburgh).


    -- The 28 points allowed to the Falcons in the Super Bowl was the second-most given up by the Patriots in 2016. Since 2014, New England owns a 3-5 SU and 2-6 ATS when it yields at last 28 points in a game.


    -- Besides sweeping the Bills, the Jets also beat the Ravens, 49ers, and Browns. In 11 opportunities as an underdog, New York lost nine of those games, while covering only three times.


    Odds to win AFC East - per Sportsbook.ag


    New England Patriots 1/12
    Miami Dolphins 8/1
    Buffalo Bills 15/1
    N.Y. Jets 75/1


    AFC East Win Totals - per Sportsbook.ag


    Buffalo Bills Under 6.5 (-115) Over 6.5 (-115)
    Miami Dolphins Under 7.5 (+105) Over 7.5 (-135)
    New England Patriots Under 12.5 (-115) Over 12.5 (-115)
    New York Jets Under 5.5 (-165) Over 5.5 (+135)


    2017 Divisional Matchups - Odds per CG Technology


    AFC East
    Week 1 - N.Y. Jets at Buffalo (-6)
    Week 3 - Miami (-2) at N.Y. Jets
    Week 6 - New England (-9.5) at N.Y. Jets
    Week 7 - N.Y. Jets at Miami (-8.5)
    Week 9 - Buffalo (-1.5) at N.Y. Jets
    Week 12 - Miami at New England (-9)
    Week 13 - New England (-7) at Buffalo
    Week 14 - New England (-4) at Miami
    Week 15 - Miami at Buffalo (-1.5)
    Week 16 - Buffalo at New England (-11.5)
    Week 17 - Buffalo at Miami (OFF)
    Week 17 - N.Y. Jets at New England (OFF)


    Odds Subject to Change


    Strength of Schedule
    2016 Standings vs. 2017 Las Vegas Win Totals


    STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE - PER 2016 STANDINGS
    Team Opp. Combined Record Opp. Winning Percentage
    Buffalo Bills 143-112-1 .561
    Miami Dolphins 140-116-0 .547
    New York Jets 137-119-0 .535
    New England Patriots 135-121-0 .527


    STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE - PER 2017 LAS VEGAS WIN TOTALS
    Team Opp. Combined Wins Opp. Win Average
    Buffalo 136.5 8.53
    Miami 135 8.43
    NY Jets 129.5 8.09
    New England 127 7.93


    2017 Games vs. 2016 Playoff Teams


    Buffalo: 7
    Miami: 5
    New York: 7
    New England: 7


    Primetime Games


    Buffalo: (Week 9 at Jets – TNF)


    Miami: (Week 8 at Ravens – TNF, Week 9 vs. Raiders – SNF, Week 10 at Panthers – MNF, Week 14 vs. Patriots – MNF)


    New England: (Week 1 vs. Chiefs – TNF, Week 5 at Buccaneers – TNF, Week 14 at Dolphins – MNF)


    New York: (Week 9 vs. Bills – TNF)


    Buffalo Bills


    Head Coach: Sean McDermott (First Year) - Previous (Panthers DC)
    Offensive Coordinator: Rick Dennison (First Year) - Previous (Broncos OC)
    Defensive Coordinator: Leslie Frazier (First Year) - Previous (Ravens DBs Coach)


    Offense


    - Improvements: FB Patrick DiMarco (ATL), K Steven Hauschka (SEA), FB Mike Tolbert (CAR)
    - Key Losses: WR Marquise Goodwin (SF), WR Robert Woods (LAR)


    Defense


    - Improvements: S Micah Hyde (GB)
    - Key Losses: LB Zach Brown (WSH), CB Stephon Gilmore (NE), DB Nickell Robey-Coleman (LAR)


    Miami Dolphins


    Head Coach: Adam Gase (2016)
    Offensive Coordinator: Clyde Christensen (First Year) - Previous (Colts QBs Coach)
    Defensive Coordinator: Matt Burke (First Year) - Previous (Dolphins LB Coach)


    Offense


    - Improvements: TE Anthony Fasano (TEN)
    - Key Losses: TE Dion Sims (CHI)


    Defense


    - Improvements: S Nate Allen (OAK), S T.J. McDonald (LAR), LB Lawrence Timmons (PIT)
    - Key Losses: LB Jelani Jenkins (OAK)


    New England Patriots


    Head Coach: Bill Belichick (2000)
    Offensive Coordinator: Josh McDaniels (2012)
    Defensive Coordinator: Matt Patricia (2012)


    Offense


    - Improvements: RB Rex Burkhead (CIN), TE Dwayne Allen (IND), WR Brandin Cooks (NO)
    - Key Losses: TE Martellus Bennett (GB), RB LeGarrette Blount (PHI), WR Michael Floyd (MIN)


    Defense


    - Improvements: CB Stephon Gilmore (BUF), DE Lawrence Guy (BAL)
    - Key Losses: DE Chris Long (PHI), LB Barkevious Mingo (IND), CB Logan Ryan (TEN), DE Jabaal Sheard (IND)


    N.Y. Jets


    Head Coach: Todd Bowles (2015)
    Offensive Coordinator: John Morton (First Year) - Previous (Saints WRs Coach)
    Defensive Coordinator: Kacy Rodgers (2015)


    Offense


    - Improvements: T Kelvin Beachum (JAX), QB Josh McCown (CLE), WR Quinton Patton (SF)
    - Key Losses: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick (TB), K Nick Folk (TB), C Nick Mangold (Released), WR Brandon Marshall (NYG), QB Geno Smith (NYG), WR Eric Decker (Released)


    Defense


    - Improvements: CB Morris Claiborne (DAL)
    - Key Losses: CB Darrelle Revis (Released), LB David Harris (Released)
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    AFC West Snapshot
    June 8, 2017



    AFC WEST - 2016 STANDINGS


    Team SU Record ATS Record
    Kansas City 12-4 9-7
    Oakland 12-4 10-6
    Denver 9-7 9-7
    L.A. Chargers 5-11 7-9


    AFC West History


    Did You Know?


    -- Following a 4-0 start, the defending champion Broncos fell apart by compiling a 5-7 SU/ATS record and failed to make the postseason. Playing as an underdog didn’t prove to show value as Denver went 0-3 SU/ATS in this role in December, while scoring 10 points or less in each defeat.


    -- Since starting the 2015 season at 1-5, the Chiefs have posted a 22-4 record the last 26 regular season contests, which includes six consecutive wins away from Arrowhead Stadium.


    -- Over the last two seasons, the Chargers have dropped 11 of 12 games inside the division, but the Lightning Bolts are 5-1 ATS in their past six AFC West road contests.


    -- The Raiders won nine of 10 games against teams outside the AFC West in 2016, while covering eight of those contests.


    Odds to win AFC West - per Sportsbook.ag


    Oakland Raiders 9/5
    Kansas City Chiefs 19/10
    Denver Broncos 16/5
    Los Angeles Chargers 5/1


    AFC West Win Totals - per Sportsbook.ag


    Denver Broncos Under 8.5 (-135) Over 8.5 (+105)
    Kansas City Chiefs Under 9 (Even) Over 9 (-130)
    LA Chargers Under 7.5 (-115) Over 7.5 (-115)
    Oakland Raiders Under 9.5 (Even) Over 9.5 (-130)


    2017 Divisional Matchups - Odds per CG Technology


    Week 1 - L.A. Chargers at Denver (-4)
    Week 3 - Kansas City (-1.5) at L.A. Chargers
    Week 4 - Oakland at Denver (-2)
    Week 6 - L.A. Chargers at Oakland (-8)
    Week 7 - Kansas City at Oakland (-3)
    Week 8 - Denver at Kansas City (-3)
    Week 12 - Denver at Oakland (-3)
    Week 14 - Oakland at Kansas City (-3)
    Week 15 - L.A. Chargers at Kansas City (-6)
    Week 17 - Kansas City at Denver (OFF)
    Week 17 - Oakland at L.A. Chargers


    Odds Subject to Change


    Strength of Schedule
    2016 Standings vs. 2017 Las Vegas Win Totals


    STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE - PER 2016 STANDINGS
    Team Opp. Combined Record Opp. Winning Percentage
    Denver 147-107-2 .578
    Kansas City 147-108-1 .576
    Los Angeles 145-110-1 .568
    Oakland 144-111-1 .564


    STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE - PER 2017 LAS VEGAS WIN TOTALS
    Team Opp. Combined Wins Opp. Win Average
    Kansas City 135 8.43
    Denver 134.5 8.4
    Oakland 134 8.375
    LA Chargers 128.5 8.03


    2017 Games vs. 2016 Playoff Teams
    Denver: 7
    Kansas City: 8
    Los Angeles: 8
    Oakland: 6


    Primetime Games


    Denver: (Week 1 vs. Chargers – MNF, Week 6 vs. Giants – SNF, Week 8 at Chiefs – MNF, Week 10 vs. Patriots – SNF, Week 15 at Colts – TNF)


    Kansas City: (Week 1 at Patriots – TNF, Week 4 vs. Redskins – MNF, Week 5 at Texans – SNF, Week 7 at Raiders – TNF, Week 8 vs. Broncos – MNF)


    Los Angeles: (Week 1 at Broncos – MNF)


    Oakland: (Week 3 at Redskins – SNF, Week 7 vs. Chiefs – TNF, Week 9 at Dolphins – SNF, Week 15 at Cowboys – SNF, Week 16 at Eagles – MNF)


    Denver Broncos


    Head Coach: Vance Joseph (First Year) - Previous (Dolphins DC)
    Offensive Coordinator: Mike McCoy (First Year) - Previous (Chargers Head Coach)
    Defensive Coordinator: Joe Woods (First Year) - Previous (Broncos DBs Coach)


    Offense


    - Improvements: RB Jamaal Charles (KC), G Ronald Leary (DAL)
    - Key Losses: OT Russell Okung (LAC)


    Defense


    - Improvements: None
    - Key Losses: LB DeMarcus Ware (Retired), CB Kavon Webster (LAR)


    Kansas City Chiefs


    Head Coach: Andy Reid (2013)
    Offensive Coordinator: Matt Nagy (2016)
    Defensive Coordinator: Bob Sutton (2013)


    Offense


    - Improvements: QB Patrick Mahomes (Draft - Texas Tech)
    - Key Losses: RB Jamaal Charles (DEN), RB Knile Davis (PIT)


    Defense


    - Improvements: DT Bennie Logan (PHI)
    - Key Losses: NT Dontari Poe (ATL)


    Los Angeles Chargers


    Head Coach: Anthony Lynn (First Year) - Previous (Bills OC)
    Offensive Coordinator: Ken Whisenhunt (2016)
    Defensive Coordinator: Gus Bradley (First Year) - Previous (Jaguars Head Coach)


    Offense


    - Improvements: OT Russell Okung (DEN), WR Mike Williams (Draft - Clemson)
    - Key Losses: RB Danny Woodhead (BAL)


    Defense


    - Improvements: None
    - Key Losses: None


    Oakland Raiders


    Head Coach: Jack Del Rio (2015)
    Offensive Coordinator: Todd Downing (First Year) - Previous (Raiders QBs Coach)
    Defensive Coordinator: Ken Norton, Jr. (2015)


    Offense


    - Improvements: RB Marshawn Lynch (SEA), TE Jared Cook (GB), OT Marshall Newhouse (NYG), WR Cordarelle Patterson (MIN)
    - Key Losses: RB Latavius Murray (MIN)


    Defense


    - Improvements: LB Jelani Jenkins (MIA)
    - Key Losses: S Nate Allen (MIA), CB D.J. Hayden (DET), LB Malcolm Smith (SF)
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    NFC North Snapshot
    June 8, 2017

    NFC NORTH - 2016 STANDINGS


    Team SU Record ATS Record
    Green Bay 10-6 9-6-1
    Detroit 9-7 8-8
    Minnesota 8-8 9-7
    Chicago 3-13 7-9


    NFC North History


    Did You Know?


    -- Chicago was the only NFC team to not win a road game last season, as the Bears covered only twice away from Soldier Field in losses to the Giants and Lions.


    -- The Packers lost all three home games to division opponents in 2015, but rebounded last season by winning and covering at Lambeau Field against Chicago, Detroit, and Minnesota.


    -- Detroit closed last season an 0-5 ATS stretch, capped off by a 20-point loss at Seattle in the NFC Wild Card round. Prior to that five-game ATS skid, the Lions covered their previous four contests in November.


    -- Minnesota began last season at 5-0 SU/ATS, but slumped to 3-8 SU and 4-7 ATS record over the final 11 games.


    Odds to win NFC North - per Sportsbook.ag


    Green Bay Packers 5/13
    Minnesota Vikings 7/2
    Detroit Lions 7/1
    Chicago Bears 30/1


    NFC North Win Totals - per Sportsbook.ag


    Chicago Bears Under 5.5 (-165) Over 5.5 (+135)
    Detroit Lions Under 8 (-130) Over 8 (Even)
    Green Bay Packers Under 10.5 (-120) Over 10.5 (-110)
    Minnesota Vikings Under 8.5 (-125) Over 8.5 (-105)


    2017 Divisional Matchups - Odds per CG Technology


    Week 4 - Chicago at Green Bay (-9.5)
    Week 4 - Detroit at Minnesota (-3)
    Week 5 - Minnesota (-2) at Chicago
    Week 6 - Green Bay (-1.5) at Minnesota
    Week 9 - Detroit at Green Bay (-7.5)
    Week 10 - Green Bay (-6.5) at Chicago
    Week 11 - Detroit (-1) at Chicago
    Week 12 - Minnesota at Detroit (-2)
    Week 15 - Chicago at Detroit (-6)
    Week 16 - Minnesota at Green Bay (-6.5)
    Week 17 - Chicago at Minnesota (OFF)
    Week 17 - Green Bay at Detroit (OFF)


    Odds Subject to Change


    Strength of Schedule
    2016 Standings vs. 2017 Las Vegas Win Totals


    STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE - PER 2016 STANDINGS
    Team Opp. Combined Record Opp. Winning Percentage
    Green Bay Packers 122-132-2 .480
    Chicago Bears 122-133-1 .479
    Detroit Lions 119-135-2 .469
    Minnesota Vikings 115-139-2 .453


    STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE - PER 2017 LAS VEGAS WIN TOTALS
    Team Opp. Combined Wins Opp. Win Average
    Chicago 134 8.375
    Detroit 131.5 8.22
    Green Bay 131 8.18
    Minnesota 127 7.93


    2017 Games vs. 2016 Playoff Teams
    Chicago: 6
    Detroit: 5
    Green Bay: 6
    Minnesota: 6


    Primetime Games

    Chicago: (Week 4 at Packers – TNF, Week 5 vs. Vikings – MNF)


    Detroit: (Week 2 at Giants – MNF, Week 8 vs. Steelers – SNF, Week 9 at Packers – MNF)


    Green Bay: (Week 2 at Falcons – SNF, Week 4 vs. Bears – TNF, Week 9 vs. Lions – MNF, Week 12 at Steelers – SNF, Week 16 vs. Vikings – SNF)


    Minnesota: Week 1 vs. Saints – MNF, Week 5 at Bears – MNF, Week 16 at Packers – SNF)

    PRIMETIME RECORDS (2006-2016)

    Team Games Record (2016) SNF (2016) MNF (2016) TNF (2016)
    Chicago 47 25-22 (1-3) 8-12 (0-1) 14-5 (1-1) 3-5 (0-1)
    Detroit 14 3-11 (0-2) 0-5 (0-1) 3-5 (0-1) 0-1
    Green Bay 46 26-20 (4-2) 14-10 (2-2) 7-8 (1-0) 5-2 (1-0)
    Minnesota 31 11-20 (2-1) 5-7 (1-0) 5-8 (1-0) 1-5 (0-1)


    Chicago Bears


    Head Coach: John Fox (2015)
    Offensive Coordinator: Dowell Loggains (2016)
    Defensive Coordinator: Vic Fangio (2015)


    Offense


    - Improvements: WR Victor Cruz (NYG), QB Mike Glennon (TB), WR Kendall Wright (TEN), TE Dion Sims (MIA), QB Mitchell Trubisky (Draft - UNC)
    - Key Losses: WR Alshon Jeffery (PHI), QB Jay Cutler (Released), QB Brian Hoyer (SF)


    Defense


    - Improvements: CB Prince Amukamara (JAX), S Quintin Demps (HOU)
    - Key Losses: None


    Detroit Lions


    Head Coach: Jim Caldwell (2014)
    Offensive Coordinator: Jim Bob Cooter (2015)
    Defensive Coordinator: Teryl Austin (2014)


    Offense


    - Improvements: G T.J. Lang (GB), T Ricky Wagner (BAL), TE Darren Fells (ARZ)
    - Key Losses: T Riley Reiff (MIN), WR Andre Roberts (ATL), G Larry Warford (NO)


    Defense


    - Improvements: CB D.J. Hayden (OAK), DT Jordan Hill (JAX)
    - Key Losses: None


    Green Bay Packers


    Head Coach: Mike McCarthy (2006)
    Offensive Coordinator: Edgar Bennett (2015)
    Defensive Coordinator: Dom Capers (2009)


    Offense


    - Improvements: TE Martellus Bennett (NE)
    - Key Losses: TE Jared Cook (OAK), RB Eddie Lacy (SEA), G T.J. Lang (DET), C JC Tretter (CLE)


    Defense


    - Improvements: CB Davon House (JAX)
    - Key Losses: S Micah Hyde (BUF), LB Datone Jones (MIN), LB Julius Peppers (CAR)


    Minnesota Vikings


    Head Coach: Mike Zimmer (2014)
    Offensive Coordinator: Pat Shurmur (2016)
    Defensive Coordinator: George Edwards (2014)


    Offense


    - Improvements: RB Dalvin Cook (Draft - FSU), RB Latavius Murray (OAK), WR Michael Floyd (NE), T Riley Reiff (DET), T Mike Remmers (CAR)
    - Key Losses: RB Adrian Peterson (NO), WR Cordarrelle Patterson (OAK), T Matt Kalil (CAR)


    Defense


    - Improvements: CB Captain Munnerlyn (CAR)
    - Key Losses: None
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    June 8, 2017



    NFC SOUTH - 2016 STANDINGS


    Team SU Record ATS Record
    Atlanta 11-5 10-6
    Tampa Bay 9-7 9-7
    New Orleans 7-9 11-5
    Carolina 6-10 6-9-1


    NFC South History


    Did You Know?


    -- The Falcons played four games decided by three points or less, losing three times to the Seahawks, Chargers, and Chiefs. In each of those three defeats, Atlanta led in the fourth quarter.


    -- The Panthers posted a 5-1 division mark two seasons ago when they made the Super Bowl, but Carolina slumped to a 1-5 ledger inside the NFC South this past season.


    -- New Orleans was money in the bank when receiving points in 2016 by compiling an 8-1 ATS record as an underdog. The Saints won and covered both times as a home ‘dog against the Panthers and Seahawks, while owning a 4-0 ATS record when getting points at the Superdome since 2015.


    -- The Buccaneers have lost four consecutive home openers after falling to the Rams last September, 37-32. Tampa Bay looks to turn around that trend as the Bucs host the Bears in Week 2, a team that went 0-8 on the road last season.


    Odds to win NFC South - per Sportsbook.ag


    Atlanta Falcons 17/10
    Carolina Panthers 9/4
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers 16/5
    New Orleans Saints 17/4


    NFC South Win Totals - per Sportsbook.ag


    Atlanta Falcons Under 9.5 (-115) Over 9.5 (-115)
    Carolina Panthers Under 9 (Even) Over 9 (-130)
    New Orleans Saints Under 8.5 (-125) Over 8.5 (-105)
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers Under 8.5 (-115) Over 8.5 (-115)


    2017 Divisional Matchups - Odds per CG Technology


    Week 3 - New Orleans at Carolina (-3)
    Week 8 - Carolina at Tampa Bay (-2.5)
    Week 9 - Atlanta (-1) at Carolina
    Week 9 - Tampa Bay at New Orleans (-1.5)
    Week 12 - Tampa Bay at Atlanta (-6.5)
    Week 13 - Carolina at New Orleans (-2.5)
    Week 14 - New Orleans at Atlanta (-7)
    Week 15 - Atlanta (-1.5) at Tampa Bay
    Week 16 - Tampa Bay at Carolina (-3)
    Week 16 - Atlanta at New Orleans (PK)
    Week 17 - New Orleans at Tampa Bay (OFF)
    Week 17 - Carolina at Atlanta (OFF)


    Odds Subject to Change


    Strength of Schedule


    2016 Standings vs. 2017 Las Vegas Win Totals


    STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE - PER 2016 STANDINGS
    Team Opp. Combined Record Opp. Winning Percentage
    Atlanta Falcons 133-122-1 .521
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers 132-123-1 .518
    New Orleans Saints 130-125-1 .514
    Carolina Panthers 129-127 .504


    STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE - PER 2017 LAS VEGAS WIN TOTALS
    Team Opp. Combined Wins Opp. Win Average
    Tampa Bay 133.5 8.34
    Atlanta 133 8.31
    New Orleans 129 8.06
    Carolina 128 8


    2017 Games vs. 2016 Playoff Teams


    Atlanta: 6
    Carolina: 6
    New Orleans: 6
    Tampa Bay: 7


    Primetime Games


    Atlanta: (Week 2 vs. Packers – SNF, Week 7 at Patriots – SNF, Week 11 at Seahawks – MNF, Week 14 vs. Saints – TNF, Week 15 at Buccaneers – MNF)


    Carolina: (Week 6 vs. Eagles – TNF, Week 10 vs. Dolphins – MNF)


    New Orleans: (Week 1 at Vikings – MNF, Week 14 at Falcons – TNF)


    Tampa Bay: (Week 5 vs. Patriots – TNF, Week 15 vs. Falcons – MNF)


    Atlanta Falcons


    Head Coach: Dan Quinn (2015)
    Offensive Coordinator: Steve Sarkisian (First Year) - Previous (Alabama OC)
    Defensive Coordinator: Marquand Manuel (First Year) - Previous (Falcons Secondary Coach)


    Offense


    - Improvements: WR Andre Roberts (DET)
    - Key Losses: FB Patrick DiMarco (BUF), WR Aldrick Robinson (SF)


    Defense


    - Improvements: NT Dontari Poe (KC)
    - Key Losses: LB Paul Worrlow (DET)


    Carolina Panthers


    Head Coach: Ron Rivera (2011)
    Offensive Coordinator: Mike Shula (2013)
    Defensive Coordinator: Steve Wilks (First Year) - Previous (Panthers DBs Coach)


    Offense


    - Improvements: T Matt Kalil (MIN), WR Charles Johnson (MIN), RB Christian McCaffrey (Draft - Stanford)
    - Key Losses: WR Ted Ginn (NO), FB Mike Tolbert (BUF), T Mike Remmers (MIN)


    Defense


    - Improvements: S Mike Adams (IND), CB Captain Munnerlyn (MIN), LB Julius Peppers (GB)
    - Key Losses: DB Leonard Johnson (BUF), LB A.J. Klein (NO)


    New Orleans Saints


    Head Coach: Sean Payton (2006)
    Offensive Coordinator: Pete Carmichael, Jr. (2009)
    Defensive Coordinator: Dennis Allen (2015)


    Offense


    - Improvements: RB Adrian Peterson (MIN), WR Ted Ginn (CAR), G Larry Warford (DET)
    - Key Losses: None


    Defense


    - Improvements: LB A.J. Klein (CAR), LB Alex Okafor (ARZ), LB Manti Te'o (SD)
    - Key Losses: None


    Tampa Bay Buccaneers


    Head Coach: Dirk Koetter (2016)
    Offensive Coordinator: Todd Monken (2016)
    Defensive Coordinator: Mike Smith (2016)


    Offense


    - Improvements: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick (NYJ), TE O.J. Howard (Draft - Alabama), WE DeSean Jackson (WSH), K Nick Folk (NYJ)
    - Key Losses: QB Mike Glennon (CHI)


    Defense


    - Improvements: DE Chris Baker (WSH)
    - Key Losses: S Bradley McGougald (SEA), DT Akeem Spence (DET)
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    June 8, 2017



    NFC EAST - 2016 STANDINGS


    Team SU Record ATS Record
    Dallas 13-3 10-6
    N.Y. Giants 11-5 9-6-1
    Washington 8-7-1 10-6
    Philadelphia 7-9 8-8


    NFC East History


    Did You Know?


    -- After losing to the Giants to open the season, the Cowboys won and covered nine consecutive games, which was the longest hot SU/ATS streak in the league in 2016.


    -- Following an 0-2-1 ATS start in the favorite role, New York compiled a 6-0 SU and 5-1 ATS record in its final six opportunities when laying points.


    -- The Eagles started and ended last season well by beginning 3-0 and finishing 2-0. Only problem is the 2-9 record in between, but that did include a home victory over the NFC champion Falcons.


    -- Washington cashed in five of seven opportunities in the underdog role in 2016, which includes three ATS wins on the road against NFC East foes.


    Odds to win NFC East - per Sportsbook.ag


    Dallas Cowboys 7/5
    New York Giants 12/5
    Philadelphia Eagles 17/5
    Washington Redskins 5/1


    NFC East Win Totals - per Sportsbook.ag


    Dallas Cowboys Under 9.5 (+115) Over 9.5 (-145)
    New York Giants Under 9 (-130) Over 9 (Even)
    Philadelphia Eagles Under 8.5 (-130) Over 8.5 (Even)
    Washington Redskins Under 7.5 (-105) Over 7.5 (-125)


    2017 Divisional Matchups - Odds per CG Technology


    Week 1 - Philadelphia at Washington (-3)
    Week 1 - N.Y. Giants at Dallas (-5)
    Week 3 - N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia (-1)
    Week 7 - Washington at Philadelphia (-2.5)
    Week 8 - Dallas (-2.5) at Washington
    Week 11 - Philadelphia at Dallas (-7)
    Week 12 - N.Y. Giants at Washington (-1)
    Week 13 - Washington at Dallas (-7)
    Week 14 - Dallas (-1) at N.Y. Giants
    Week 15 - Philadelphia at at N.Y. Giants (-3.5)
    Week 17 - Dallas at Philadelphia (OFF)
    Week 17 - N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia (OFF)


    Odds Subject to Change


    Strength of Schedule
    2016 Standings vs. 2017 Las Vegas Win Totals


    STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE - PER 2016 STANDINGS
    Team Opp. Combined Record Opp. Winning Percentage
    Washington Redskins 138-116-2 .543
    New York Giants 135-117-4 .535
    Dallas Cowboys 134-118-4 .531
    Philadelphia Eagles 134-118-4 .531


    STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE - PER 2017 LAS VEGAS WIN TOTALS
    Team Opp. Combined Wins Opp. Win Average
    Washington 133.5 8.34
    Dallas 132.5 8.28
    NY Giants 129.5 8.09
    Philadelphia 128.5 8.03


    2017 Games vs. 2016 Playoff Teams


    Dallas: 7
    New York: 6
    Philadelphia: 7
    Washington: 7


    Primetime Games

    Dallas: (Week 1 vs. Giants – SNF, Week 3 at Cardinals – MNF, Week 11 vs. Eagles – SNF, Week 13 vs. Redskins – TNF, Week 15 at Raiders – SNF)


    New York: (Week 1 at Cowboys – SNF, Week 2 vs. Lions – MNF, Week 6 at Broncos – SNF, Week 12 at Redskins – TNF)


    Philadelphia: (Week 6 at Panthers – TNF, Week 7 vs. Redskins – MNF, Week 11 at Cowboys – SNF, Week 13 at Seahawks – SNF, Week 16 vs. Raiders – MNF)


    Washington: (Week 3 vs. Raiders – SNF, Week 4 at Chiefs – MNF, Week 7 at Eagles – MNF, Week 12 vs. Giants – TNF, Week 13 at Cowboys – TNF)


    PRIMETIME RECORDS (2006-2016)


    Team Games Record (2016) SNF (2016) MNF (2016) TNF (2016)
    Dallas 58 34-24 (5-1) 21-17 (3-1) 6-5 (1-0) 7-2 (1-0)
    N.Y. Giants 54 24-30 (2-3) 12-18 (1-1) 8-8 (1-1) 4-4 (0-1)
    Philadelphia 51 26-25 (2-2) 13-14 (0-1) 10-7 (1-1) 3-4 (1-0)
    Washington 34 10-24 (1-2) 5-8 (1-0) 3-12 (0-2) 2-4
    Dallas Cowboys


    Head Coach: Jason Garrett (2010)
    Offensive Coordinator: Scott Linehan (2015)
    Defensive Coordinator: Rod Marinelli (2014)


    Offense


    - Improvements: None
    - Key Losses: QB Tony Romo (Retired), G Ronald Leary (DEN)


    Defense


    - Improvements: CB Nolan Carroll (PHI)
    - Key Losses: CB Brandon Carr (BAL), S Barry Church (JAX), CB Morris Claiborne (NYJ), DT Terrell McClain (WSH)


    New York Giants


    Head Coach: Ben McAdoo (2016)
    Offensive Coordinator: Mike Sullivan (2016)
    Defensive Coordinator: Steve Spagnuolo (2015)


    Offense


    - Improvements: WR Brandon Marshall (NYJ), G D.J. Fluker (SD)
    - Key Losses: K Robbie Gould (SF), OT Marshall Newhouse (OAK)


    Defense


    - Improvements: None
    - Key Losses: DT Johnathan Hankins (IND)


    Philadelphia Eagles


    Head Coach: Doug Pederson (2016)
    Offensive Coordinator: Frank Reich (2016)
    Defensive Coordinator: Jim Schwartz (2016)


    Offense


    - Improvements: RB LeGarrette Blount (NE), QB Nick Foles (KC), WR Alshon Jeffery (CHI), WR Torrey Smith (SF), G Chance Warmack (TEN)
    - Key Losses: None


    Defense


    - Improvements: DE Chris Long (NE)
    - Key Losses: DE Connor Barwin (LAR), CB Nolan Carroll (DAL), DT Bennie Logan (KC)


    Washington Redskins


    Head Coach: Jay Gruden (2014)
    Offensive Coordinator: Matt Cavanaugh (First Year) - Previous (Redskins QBs Coach)
    Defensive Coordinator: Greg Manusky (First Year) - Previous (Redskins LBs Coac


    Offense


    - Improvements: WR Terrelle Pryor (CLE)
    - Key Losses: WE Pierre Garcon (SF), WR DeSean Jackson (TB)


    Defense


    - Improvements: LB Zach Brown (BUF), DT Terrell McClain (DAL), S D.J. Swearinger (ARZ)
    - Key Losses: DE Chris Baker (TB)
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    June 8, 2017



    NFC WEST - 2016 STANDINGS


    Team SU Record ATS Record
    Seattle 10-5-1 8-8
    Arizona 7-8-1 6-10
    L.A. Rams 4-12 4-11-1
    San Francisco 2-14 5-11


    NFC West History

    Did You Know?


    -- In four of the last five seasons, the Seahawks have compiled a 7-1 home record or better.


    -- Arizona scored the fourth-most points in the NFC last season (418), while scoring at least 30+ points in six games.


    -- Los Angeles began last season at 3-1, but lost 11 of its final 12 games. In the lone victory during that cold stretch, the Rams failed to score a touchdown but still beat the Jets, 9-6 on three field goals.


    -- The 49ers need to see the Rams every week as San Francisco beat Los Angeles twice last season, but went 0-14 against the rest of the league.


    Odds to win NFC West - per Sportsbook.ag


    Seattle Seahawks 5/19
    Arizona Cardinals 3/1
    Los Angeles Rams 20/1
    San Francisco 49ers 40/1


    NFC West Win Totals - per Sportsbook.ag


    Arizona Cardinals Under 8.5 (-115) Over 8.5 (-115)
    Los Angeles Rams Under 5.5 (-130) Over 5.5 (Even)
    San Francisco 49ers Under 4.5 (-105) Over 4.5 (-125)
    Seattle Seahawks Under 10.5 (-110) Over 10.5 (-120)


    2017 Divisional Matchups - Odds per CG Technology


    Week 2 - San Francisco at Seattle (-13)
    Week 3 - Los Angeles at San Francisco (-1.5)
    Week 4 - San Francisco at Arizona (-9)
    Week 5 - Seattle (-6) at St. Louis
    Week 7 - Arizona (-3) at Los Angeles
    Week 9 - Arizona (-3.5) at San Francisco
    Week 10 - Seattle (-2) at Arizona
    Week 12 - Seattle (-7.5) at San Francisco
    Week 13 - Los Angeles at Arizona (-8.5)
    Week 15 - Los Angeles at Seattle (-13.5)
    Week 17 - Arizona at Seattle (No Line), San Francisco at Los Angeles (No Line)


    Odds Subject to Change


    Strength of Schedule
    2016 Standings vs. 2017 Las Vegas Win Totals


    STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE - PER 2016 STANDINGS
    Team Opp. Combined Record Opp. Winning Percentage
    Los Angeles Rams 121-130-5 .482
    San Francisco 49ers 119-132-5 .475
    Arizona Cardinals 118-135-3 .467
    Seattle Seahawks 115-138-3 .455


    STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE - PER 2017 LAS VEGAS WIN TOTALS
    Team Opp. Combined Wins Opp. Win Average
    LA Rams 129 8.06
    San Francisco 128 8
    Arizona 124 7.75
    Seattle 122 7.62


    2017 Games vs. 2016 Playoff Teams


    Arizona: 6
    Los Angeles: 5
    San Francisco: 5
    Seattle: 5


    Primetime Games


    Arizona: (Week 3 vs. Cowboys - MNF, Week 10 vs. Seahawks - TNF)


    Los Angeles: (Week 3 at 49ers - TNF)


    San Francisco: (Week 3 vs. Rams - TNF)


    Seattle: (Week 4 vs. Colts - SNF, Week 10 at Cardinals - TNF, Week 11 vs. Falcons - MNF, Week 13 vs. Eagles - SNF)


    Primetime Records


    NFC WEST (2006-2016)
    Team Games Record (2016) SNF (2016) MNF (2016) TNF (2016)
    Arizona 25 13-11-1 (2-1-1) 5-3-1 (0-1-1) 4-5 (1-0) 4-3 (1-0)
    L.A. Rams 13 2-11 (0-2) 0-1 0-6 (0-1) 2-4 (0-1)
    San Francisco 34 19-15 (1-1) 3-7 11-3 (1-0) 5-5 (0-1)
    Seattle 29 23-7-1 (4-0-1) 9-5-1 (2-0-1) 10-0 (1-0) 4-2 (1-0)


    Arizona Cardinals


    Head Coach: Bruce Arians (2013)
    Offensive Coordinator: Harold Goodwin (2013)
    Defensive Coordinator: James Bettcher (2015)


    Offense


    - Improvements: K Phil Dawson (SF)
    - Key Losses: None


    Defense


    - Improvements: S Antoine Bethea (SF), LB Karlos Dansby (CIN)
    - Key Losses: DE Calais Campbell (JAX), S Tony Jefferson (BAL), LB Kevin Minter (CIN), S D.J. Swearinger (WSH)


    Los Angeles Rams


    Head Coach: Sean McVay (First Year) - Previous (Redskins OC)
    Offensive Coordinator: Matt LaFleur (First Year) - Previous (Falcons QBs Coach)
    Defensive Coordinator: Wade Phillips (First Year) - Previous (Broncos DC)


    Offense


    - Improvements: T Andrew Whitworth (CIN), WR Robert Woods (BUF)
    - Key Losses: WR Kenny Britt (CLE)


    Defense


    - Improvements: DE Connor Barwin (PHI), DB Nickell Robey-Coleman (BUF), CB Kayvon Webster (DEN)
    - Key Losses: S T.J. McDonald (MIA)


    San Francisco 49ers


    Head Coach: Kyle Shanahan (First Year) - Previous (Falcons OC)
    Offensive Coordinator: Kyle Shanahan
    Defensive Coordinator: Robert Saleh (First Year) - Previous (Jaguars LBs Coach)


    Offense


    - Improvements: WR Pierre Garcon (WSH), K Robbie Gould (NYG), QB Brian Hoyer (CHI), WR Aldrick Robinson (ATL)
    - Key Losses: QB Colin Kaepernick (Free Agency), K Phil Dawson (ARZ), WR Torrey Smith (PHI)


    Defense


    - Improvements: LB Elvis Dumervil (BAL), LB Malcolm Smith (OAK)
    - Key Losses: S Antoine Bethea (ARZ)


    Seattle Seahawks


    Head Coach: Pete Carroll (2010)
    Offensive Coordinator: Darrell Bevell (2011)
    Defensive Coordinator: Kris Richard (2015)


    Offense


    - Improvements: RB Eddie Lacy (GB)
    - Key Losses: K Steven Hauschka (BUF)


    Defense


    - Improvements: S Bradley McDougald (TB)
    - Key Losses: DT John Jenkins (CHI)
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    NFL notebook: Vikings' Floyd may have violated house arrest
    June 16, 2017



    Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Michael Floyd may have violated the terms of his house arrest by drinking.


    Floyd is scheduled for a show-cause hearing in Scottsdale (Ariz.) City Court on June 26, according to ESPN.


    TMZ reported Friday that Floyd recently tested positive for alcohol at least three times and skipped another test altogether while under house arrest after he was found guilty of extreme DUI in February.


    According to documents from the court obtained by ESPN's Adam Schefter, Floyd was contacted on Monday after a review of alcohol monitoring reports indicated a missed test, as well as the presence of alcohol in several tests.


    "We are aware of the situation involving Michael Floyd and are looking into the matter," the Vikings said in a statement. "We are still gathering facts and will withhold any further comment at this time."


    --New Orleans Saints standout left tackle Terron Armstead will be sidelined four to six months due to a torn labrum suffered in Wednesday's practice.


    The 25-year-old is slated to undergo shoulder surgery on Monday.


    Armstead learned his shoulder injury required surgery and tweeted his sentiments.


    "Heartbroken when I found out I need surgery! No one is more frustrated than me after working so hard. I'll be back #WhoDatNation STRONGER!!" Armstead wrote.


    --Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey underwent surgery to repair a core muscle injury, the team announced.


    The Jaguars did not disclose how long Ramsey would be sidelined, however a typical recovery from this type of surgery is approximately six weeks. That timetable would put the 22-year-old Ramsey back for the first week of training camp.


    "I want to and will be the best version of myself that I can be for the upcoming 2017 season," Ramsey said in a statement. "I will attack this rehab, refine my body and work as hard as I ever have to come the best defensive back in the league and to make everyone, including my family, teammates and city, proud of who I am."


    Ramsey, who was the fifth overall pick of the 2016 draft, collected 65 tackles, two interceptions and one forced fumble while starting every game during his rookie season.


    --Carolina Panthers starting defensive tackle Star Lotulelei is recovering from offseason surgery to clean up his shoulder.


    Lotulelei's surgery had not been previously reported, but he is expected to be ready for the start of training camp next month, according to the Charlotte Observer.


    The 27-year-old Lotulelei was on the sideline as the Panthers' three-day minicamp wrapped up Thursday. The team's 2013 first-round pick participated in position drills this week while being held out of scrimmage situations.


    --The Vikings waived former Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong, an undrafted rookie trying to make the team as a safety.


    The Vikings signed Armstrong in May to take a look at him as a safety prospect. He participated in six practices during organized team activities and three during this week's mandatory minicamp.


    Armstrong passed for 3,030 yards and 22 touchdowns for the Cornhuskers in 2015, followed by 2,180 yards and 14 TDs last season.
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    Saints just lost starting LT Terron Armstead for 4-6 months with a torn labrum. DT Nick Fairley might retire due to his heart condition. Thats 2 possible losses so far. Starting C Max Unger might be ready by Week 1.
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    2017-18 Playoff Props
    July 5, 2017

    The 2017 NFL regular season concludes on Sunday Dec. 31 and the Wild Card round of the playoffs is scheduled to kick off on Saturday Jan. 6, 2018.


    To no surprise, the New England Patriots have been installed as the largest favorites (-2500) to reach this year’s playoffs. For every $100 wagered on the Pats, bettors would see a return of $4.


    Oddsmakers at BetOnline.ag have posted early playoff prop wagers that allow bettors to predict if teams will make this year’s postseason.


    For those expecting New England to miss the postseason, they can grab a return as high as 12/1 odds (Bet $100 to win $1,200).


    Along with the Patriots, the offshore betting shop believes eight total teams will make return trips to this year’s playoffs.


    The quartet expected to struggle are Houston, Miami, New York Giants and Detroit.


    AFC - 2016 Playoff Teams
    New England Patriots Yes -2500, No +1200
    Kansas City Chiefs Yes -140, No +120
    Pittsburgh Steelers Yes -360, No +300
    Houston Texans Yes +150, No -170
    Oakland Raiders Yes -170, No +150
    Miami Dolphins Yes +325, No -400

    NFC - 2016 Playoff Teams

    Dallas Cowboys Yes -180, No +160
    Atlanta Falcons Yes -140, No +120
    Seattle Seahawks Yes -500, No +400
    Green Bay Packers Yes -360, No +300
    New York Giants Yes +100, No -120
    Detroit Lions Yes +290, No -350


    Listed below are the Yes & No playoff betting odds for all 32 teams in the NFL.


    Odds per BetOnline.ag



    Arizona Cardinals
    Yes +150
    No -170


    Atlanta Falcons
    Yes -140
    No +120


    Baltimore Ravens
    Yes +125
    No -145


    Buffalo Bills
    Yes +500
    No -700


    Carolina Panthers
    Yes +115
    No -135


    Chicago Bears
    Yes +1600
    No -3300


    Cincinnati Bengals
    Yes +165
    No -200


    Cleveland Browns
    Yes +1600
    No -3300


    Dallas Cowboys
    Yes -180
    No +160


    Denver Broncos
    Yes +175
    No -210


    Detroit Lions
    Yes +290
    No -350


    Green Bay Packers
    Yes -360
    No +300


    Houston Texans
    Yes +150
    No -170


    Indianapolis Colts
    Yes +150
    No -170


    Jacksonville Jaguars
    Yes +400
    No -500


    Kansas City Chiefs
    Yes -140
    No +120


    Los Angeles Chargers
    Yes +290
    No -350


    Los Angeles Rams
    Yes +1200
    No -2000


    Miami Dolphins
    Yes +325
    No -400


    Minnesota Vikings
    Yes +180
    No -220


    New England Patriots
    Yes -2500
    No +1200


    New Orleans Saints
    Yes +250
    No -300


    New York Giants
    Yes +100
    No -120


    New York Jets
    Yes +2000
    No -5000


    Oakland Raiders
    Yes -170
    No +150


    Pittsburgh Steelers
    Yes -360
    No +300


    San Francisco 49ers
    Yes +1400
    No -2500


    Seattle Seahawks
    Yes -500
    No +400


    Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Yes +180
    No -220


    Tennessee Titans
    Yes +140
    No -160


    Washington Redskins
    Yes +290
    No -350


    Odds Subject to Change
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    NFL notebook: Raiders G Jackson receives $56M deal
    June 30, 2017



    Oakland Raiders right guard Gabe Jackson agreed to a five-year, $56 million extension with the club on Friday, according to multiple reports.


    The deal includes $26 million in guaranteed money, according to Spotrac.


    Jackson is entering the final season on his rookie contract. The extension starts next season and runs through the 2022 campaign.


    Jackson is a key figure on an offensive line that allowed an NFL-low 18 sacks last season.


    --The Philadelphia Eagles released wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham after signing rookie quarterback Dane Evans to a three-year contract.


    Green-Beckham, 24, joined the Eagles last August in a training-camp trade with the Tennessee Titans for offensive tackle Dennis Kelly.


    The 6-foot-5, 237-pound Green-Beckham, a 2015 second-round pick, finished his one season in Philadelphia with 36 catches for 392 yards and two touchdowns.


    Evans, 23, threw for 3,348 yards and 32 touchdowns with 12 interceptions as a senior at the University of Tulsa last year.


    --Eagles linebacker Jordan Hicks injured his hand while on his honeymoon in Greece, according to multiple reports.


    The team is still gathering information and Hicks' injury is not considered to be major, according to ESPN.


    Phillyvoice.com first reported Hicks injured his hand Thursday while exiting a pool during the honeymoon trip. He reportedly sent a video of his hand to team doctors to take a look.


    The 25-year-old Hicks, who was selected by the Eagles in the third round of the 2015 NFL Draft out of Texas, owns 135 tackles, two sacks, seven interceptions, one forced fumble, four fumble recoveries and 14 pass breakups in 24 career games, including starting all 16 games last season.


    --Former Denver Broncos tight end Mitchell Henry died of complications from acute myeloid leukemia. He was 24.


    Henry played at Western Kentucky, which announced his passing. He played in 47 games for the Hilltoppers during his college career, totaling 78 receptions for 1,094 yards and 12 touchdowns.


    Henry, while at home in Kentucky late last year, experienced pain in his shoulder, according to ESPN. He went to a hospital, where doctors found a mass in his chest. He then began chemotherapy treatment.


    Henry had been released from the Baltimore Ravens' practice squad in November.


    --Baltimore Ravens tight end Darren Waller has been suspended for at least one year without pay for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, the league announced.


    The suspension means Waller will forfeit his 2017 base salary of $642,774.


    This is the second suspension for Waller in the past two years. After the first suspension, Waller told the club's website that he tested positive for marijuana. Waller had 10 receptions for 85 yards and two touchdowns in 2016. He has played in 18 games for the Ravens over the past two seasons.


    --Plans to expand the NFL International Series to China in 2018 are on hold for at least one more season.


    With speculation surrounding a future NFL franchise in London and discussion as recently as 2016 about playing the postseason Pro Bowl on foreign soil -- the league admitted discussions with officials in Sydney, Australia -- expanding the International Series remains a goal.


    Another regular-season game will be played in Mexico City this season, after the Houston Texans and Oakland Raiders played before a record crowd in November 2016.
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    2017-18 ROY and MVP Props
    July 6, 2017

    The 2017-18 NFL regular season will begin on Thursday Sept. 7 and our friends at BetOnline.ag are offering up betting odds on two of the more popular awards this fall.


    NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year
    NFL Most Valuable Player


    When it comes to first-year players, the offshore betting shop is expecting the award to be handed to a player from one of the South divisions.


    Jacksonville running back Leonard Fournette has been made the early favorite at 9/2 odds (Bet $100 to win $450) and right behind him is Houston quarterback Deshaun Watson at 5/1 odds.


    Carolina rookie Christian McCaffrey is sitting at 6/1 odds while Tennessee wide receiver Corey Davis is listed at 8/1 odds.


    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott captured the 2016 award and he wasn’t even listed on the betting board since he was expected to back up Tony Romo. Including Prescott, bettors have seen signal callers win the top rookie accolade in four of the last seven years.


    As far as the Most Valuable Player award, quarterbacks are once again listed as the top choices.


    New England’s Tom Brady (4/1) is the favorite and he sits in front of Aaron Rodgers (8/1) of Green Bay and Russell Wilson (10/1) of Seattle. Quarterbacks have won this award the last four years and nine of the last 10.


    If you’re looking for a running back to break through, notable players include Ezekiel Elliott (16/1) of the Dallas Cowboys and the versatile David Johnson (25/1) of the Arizona Cardinals.


    Listed below are all of the odds for the two NFL award props for the upcoming season.


    Odds to Win the Offensive Rookie of The Year Award (12/31/17) - per BetOnline.ag
    Leonard Fournette (JAX) 9/2
    Deshaun Watson (HOU) 5/1
    Christian McCaffrey (CAR) 6/1
    Corey Davis (TEN) 8/1
    Dalvin Cook (MIN) 10/1
    Mike Williams (LAC) 12/1
    O.J. Howard (TB) 12/1
    Joe Mixon (CIN) 14/1
    John Ross (CIN) 14/1
    DeShone Kizer (CLE) 16/1
    Evan Engram (NYG) 20/1
    Mitch Trubisky (CHI) 20/1
    Jamaal Williams (GB) 20/1
    David Njoku (CLE) 25/1
    Zay Jones (BUF) 25/1
    Curtis Samuel (CAR) 25/1
    Patrick Mahomes (KC) 25/1
    Adam Shaheen (CHI) 33/1
    Juju Smith-Schuster (PIT) 33/1
    Kareem Hunt (KC) 33/1
    Samaje Perine (WAS) 50/1
    D'Onta Foreman (HOU) 50/1
    Dede Westbrook (JAX) 50/1


    Odds to Win the Regular Season MVP Award - per BetOnline.ag
    Tom Brady (NE) 4/1
    Aaron Rodgers (GB) 8/1
    Russell Wilson (SEA) 10/1
    Ben Roethlisberger (PIT) 12/1
    Dak Prescott (DAL) 12/1
    Matt Ryan (ATL) 14/1
    Ezekiel Elliott (DAL) 16/1
    Derek Carr (OAK) 20/1
    Cam Newton (CAR) 22/1
    David Johnson (ARI) 25/1
    LeVeon Bell (PIT) 25/1
    Andrew Luck (IND) 25/1
    Drew Brees (NO) 25/1
    Julio Jones (ATL) 28/1
    Sam Bradford (MIN) 33/1
    Antonio Brown (PIT) 33/1
    Carson Wentz (PHI) 33/1
    Eli Manning (NYG) 33/1
    Andy Dalton (CIN) 50/1
    Carson Palmer (ARI) 50/1
    Paxton Lynch (DEN) 50/1
    LeSean McCoy (BUF) 50/1
    Marcus Mariota (TEN) 50/1


    Odds Subject to Change
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    Chiefs sign LB Mauga to contract
    July 6, 2017



    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) The Kansas City Chiefs signed veteran linebacker Josh Mauga, who missed all of last season with a hip injury, and former Seattle safety Steven Terrell on Thursday.


    The Chiefs created roster space for him by waiving punter Will Monday.


    Mauga started 30 games for the Chiefs in 2014 and `15, but an offseason injury forced him onto the injured reserve list last August. Ramik Wilson wound up starting in his place.


    His return gives the Chiefs someone familiar with the defense to work behind Derrick Johnson, the veteran stalwart who is coming off his own Achilles tendon injury. Johnson participated in some of Kansas City's offseason program and expects to be ready for training camp.


    Terrell appeared in 32 games for the Seahawks, starting five last season.
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    2017 Season Win Totals
    July 7, 2017



    BetOnline.ag has posted 2017 NFL regular season Win Totals for the upcoming season, which begins on Thursday Sept. 7, 2017 and concludes on Sunday, Dec. 31, 2017.


    Arizona Cardinals
    Over 8 +105
    Under 8 -125


    Atlanta Falcons
    Over 9 -130
    Under 9 +110


    Baltimore Ravens
    Over 9 +125
    Under 9 -145


    Buffalo Bills
    Over 6 -115
    Under 6 -105


    Carolina Panthers
    Over 9 -130
    Under 9 +110


    Chicago Bears
    Over 5 -120
    Under 5 +100


    Cincinnati Bengals
    Over 8 +105
    Under 8 -125


    Cleveland Browns
    Over 4 +105
    Under 4 -125


    Dallas Cowboys
    Over 9 -130
    Under 9 +110


    Denver Broncos
    Over 8 +105
    Under 8 -125


    Detroit Lions
    Over 7 -125
    Under 7 -105


    Green Bay Packers
    Over 10 +105
    Under 10 -125


    Houston Texans
    Over 8 -130
    Under 8 +110


    Indianapolis Colts
    Over 8 -120
    Under 8 +100


    Jacksonville Jaguars
    Over 6 -130
    Under 6 +110


    Kansas City Chiefs
    Over 9 -105
    Under 9 -125


    Los Angeles Chargers
    Over 7 -110
    Under 7 -110


    Los Angeles Rams
    Over 5 -110
    Under 5 -110


    Los Angeles Rams
    Over 7 -110
    Under 7 -110


    Minnesota Vikings
    Over 8 +100
    Under 8 -120


    New England Patriots
    Over 12 -120
    Under 12 +100


    New Orleans Saints
    Over 8 -110
    Under 8 -110


    New York Giants
    Over 8 -160
    Under 8 +140


    New York Jets
    Over 4 +140
    Under 4 -160


    Oakland Raiders
    Over 9 -130
    Under 9 +110


    Philadelphia Eagles
    Over 8 -125
    Under 8 +105


    Pittsburgh Steelers
    Over 10 -130
    Under 10 +110


    San Francisco 49ers
    Over 4 -145
    Under 4 +115


    Seattle Seahawks
    Over 10 -125
    Under 10 +105


    Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Over 8 +110
    Under 8 -130


    Tennessee Titans
    Over 9 +105
    Under 9 -125


    Washington Redskins
    Over 7 -110
    Under 7 -110




    Odds Subject to Change - Updated 7.7.17
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