Andrew Luck Leads Pro NFL Bettors to 8-1 Versus NFL Preseason Odds

How is your start to the 2012 NFL betting season? All sharp gamblers are loving life as the advisor to the pro gamblers, GodsTips anchor of OffshoreInsiders.com is 8-1.

Ready to get the full-season pass? Option are football-only or all sports. Here is what separates the pro gambler from the square. It’s the world’s best sports betting secrets in action.

Hall of Fame game was a 2-0 sweep. 

Wise Guy…

Arizona-New Orleans UNDER 37

The Cardinals have a quarterback controversy because they have no signal callers who’ve proven they are starters quality.

This is significant as New Orleans Big 3 receivers are set with Colston, Henderson, and Moore, but they are not deep at that position. Conversely, New Orleans is deep at the RB position. So with Drew Brees playing no more than two series, look for the Saints to run the ball often.

Arizona has two big injuries at RB with Beanie Wells and Ryan Williams both out. So with questionable QB play and very thin at RB, not sure how they will move the ball.

Major…

NEW ORLEANS -2.5 -115 Arizona

With this being a showcase game for the NFL and the disastrous offseason, New Orleans will put a lot more emotional stock in this game then would normally be the case.

With a patchwork coaching staff because of the disaster, the guys with the headsets will have a sense of urgency. S Adrian Wilson, who started all 16 games last year, is questionable for Zona.

Look for New Orleans deep RB corps to have success against each unit.

The Saints offense is just so much better. Don’t look for Arizona’s offense to do much.

On Thursday, August 10, a 3-0 sweep leapfrogs us to 5-0.

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Wise Guy…

NEW ORLEANS + 3.5 New England

Yes it’s a short week, but give me a team that has a game under their belt versus one that doesn’t and is getting 3.5.

The teams practiced against each other this week. When the practice went to 11-on-11 sessions, the Patriots were dominated by the Saints on both sides of the ball.

The Patriots’ line, which has been a problem to this point in practices, was completely worked over by the Saints from one-on-one to team drills. As a result, the Patriots had no rhythm offensively. Tom Brady was just 7 of 16 with an INT in 11-on-11 drills.

His frustration was evident when he slammed his helmet to the turf three times after the interceptions. For most of 11-on-11, the Saints didn’t have their top three CBs. The entire offensive line got beat several times and players were being yanked for poor performances for plays at a time.

This is no surprise as New England is rebuilt on the OL and has struggled greatly. The Saints are way ahead of New England and will win in a rout.

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BUFFALO +2 Washington

Our outlaw line has Buffalo as the two-point favorite. This is a home debut for a team with very high expectations and a coach who needs to win. The Bills starters will play 12-18 snaps. That’s not a ton, but about the normal first game maximum.

Thursday night will mark the debut of DE Mario Williams in a Bills uniform. Look for him to go all out as Williams wants to get accustomed in a game-like setting to his new linemates up front in Marcell Dareus, Kyle Williams and Mark Anderson.

The Redskins offensive line is a bit nicked up right now. LG Kory Lchtensteinger is not expected to play due to a knee injury and RT Jammal Brown is still on Active/PUP.

Tyler Polumbus will have the daunting task of going against Mario Williams at right tackle while Maurice Hurt will step in for Lichtensteiger.

PHILADELPHIA -0 Pittsburgh

The Eagles will be emotionally charged to win a game for Eagles coach Andy Reid. Reid’s son was found dead last weekend, likely from losing his personal battle with drug demons. QB Mike Vick has said he’s dedicating his season to Reid.

Eagles coach Andy Reid returned to the team for this morning’s walkthrough, the day after Reid buried his eldest son, Garrett.

Reid apparently will be on the sideline when the Eagles open their preseason against the Steelers Thursday at the Linc.

WR Mike Wallace is a holdout. He is the Steelers best deep threat catching 72 passes for 1193 yards last year.

Philadelphia has been practicing together since February with players-only workouts. The underachieving Eagles appeared overwhelmed with new schemes, especially on defense, but have had time to work out all kinks.

Friday, our only loser was by a half-point. But we mixed in two more winners to go to 7-1.

Wise Guy…

JACKSONVILLE -1.5 NY Giants

It’s a classic case of this game meaning so much more to the Jags, desperate in need of establishing any credibility they can. The Giants meanwhile—a team that turns it on in December—is playing a meaningless game off another Super Bowl win. Wide receiver Mario Manningham, running back Brandon Jacobs, tight end Jake Ballard and cornerback Aaron Ross were among those that were either released or departed via free agency.

New York also won’t have the services of top wideout Hakeem Nicks, who’s on the mend from surgery to repair a fractured foot suffered during the spring. Cornerback Terrell Thomas, who missed all of last year with an ACL tear, is also out.

Linebacker Michael Boley (hamstring), defensive tackle Chris Canty (knee surgery recovery) and tight end Travis Beckum (torn ACL) will also be part of the Giants’ inactive list against the Jaguars.

In fact, 11 key players are out for the Gints.  DT Chris Canty (knee/PUP), WR Hakeem Nicks (foot/PUP), LBs Clint Sintim (knee/PUP), Michael Boley (hamstring), Jacquian Williams (hip) and Jake Muasau (hamstring), CB Terrell Thomas (knee), LT Will Beatty (back), TE Travis Beckum (knee/PUP), RB Da’Rel Scott (thigh) and DE Justin Trattou (ankle).

Even head coach Tom Coughlin admitted this game is about looking at personnel. Yes, the Jags have their share of injuries, but New York has more players out and less motivation. Blaine Gabbert is coming off a less than stellar rookie campaign. But the talented second year QB has plenty to prove and his athletic ability matches up well against vanilla schemes of NFLX.

He will take 17-20 snaps and we look for him to excel against a less motivated generic defense.

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CINCINNATI -1.5 NY Jets

The Jets will be without top wide receiver Santonio Holmes for Friday’s preseason opener with the Bengals. There has been a lot of in-fighting already and the Jets are a team in disarray Without Holmes and Kerley, the receiving corps will have an interesting look. Rookie Stephen Hill, Chaz Schilens and Patrick Turner should get most of the work with the starting unit.

Other starters out for the Jets include Jeremy Kerley (hamstring) and nose tackle Sione Pouha (forehead). Right tackle Wayne Hunter (back) might also miss the game after sitting out team drills.

According to every reliable scout service we use, the Bengals have been so much more focused than NY. But it is quite definitely two different teams going about their business in two totally different ways. If the Jets have Tebow, the Bengals have understated Andy Dalton, their Pro Bowl quarterback. If the Jets have Ryan, the Bengals have Lewis, who hands out information like the CIA and downplays everything from playoff prospects to wrist injuries, and banned Twitter without a revolt.

“We took care of the drama the very first Thursday, didn’t we? Eliminated it. That’s a good thing,” Lewis said.

CLEVELAND +3.5 Detroit

This is a sharp versus square, which is when our Vegas, offshore, and outlaw contacts tell us the majority of sharp money is betting one team, the square money the other. We go with the smart money as contrarian betting is used by many professional gamblers.

Sunday, we leap to 8-1.

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INDIANAPOLIS -1.5 St. Louis

Again, here is a case where a team will be very fired up for a preseason game. It marks the beginning of the Andrew Luck era. Both teams are rebuilding, but the Colts are taking this one seriously. The Colts plan to play Luck for all or most of the first half in Sunday’s test as they break in an offense that will have several other new parts. The Rams are also rebuilt, but new head coach Jeff Fisher is the one coach who ramps in up for the last game of preseason.

All of our reports say the Colts really want to win Luck’s debut, while the Rams use this game to phase things in. Also, with both teams rebuilt and so much uncertainty, the home field is a bigger edge. The Rams went 4-0 in the preseason last year before a 2-14 regular season, so don’t look for long-time vet Jeff Fisher to feel any urgency.

 

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Grandmaster Sports Handicapper Joe Duffy got his start in the sports handicapping industry with the Dial Sports (Communications Team) audiotext network. It was owned by sportswriter, broadcaster and handicapping pioneer Mickey Charles. Dial Sports was the sister company of the popular Sports Network Wire Service.

Upon graduating California University of PA, where he was a play-by-play announcer on student radio station WVCS (now WCAL) and cable channel 29 (now CUTV), he became a full-time sports announcer and handicapper for the Sportsline scorephone network.

He learned from NFL legends coach Hank Stram and broadcasting icon Ray Scott the ins and outs of the sports betting world.

His Amazing Cadillac Club became the most successful 900-number in sports betting history. He left to become the first General Manager of the Freescoreboard scorephone network broadcast all over North America.

His articles have appeared on several dozen websites and hard copy publications.
He is now CEO of OffshoreInsiders.com, the top sports betting site in the world.

Email: contact@joeduffy.net

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