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Bet on the NFLWe’re almost three weeks into the 2016 regular season and things are starting to get heated, NFL betting-wise, and otherwise-wise. Here are a few top picks for fans who like to bet on NFL.

Denver Broncos vs. Cincinnati Bengals

The current, reigning, defending NFL champions the Denver Broncos are 2-0 and show no signs of slowing down. They reestablished their dominance over the Carolina Panthers and 2015 league MVP Cam Newton in week 1, and proved that money talks but bulls*** runs a marathon when they left the Indianapolis Colts and the highest-paid player in the game Andrew Luck in the dust. Could Andy Dalton be next? Not necessarily, according to the NFL betting odds. One should never count out the Broncos, though, at least as long as Von Miller is on the gridiron.

Broncos +3 (+110) OV 41 (-110) +155
Bengals -3 (-130) UN 41 (-110) -175

Washington Redskins vs. New York Giants

There is one word to describe the 2016 Redskins and Kirk Cousins so far. Sawft? Ok, there are two words to describe the 2016 Redskins and Kirk Cousins so far, and the second one is regression. At this rate, it does not seem as if Washington will repeat the NFC East Title. In fact, it seems as if they will repeat the last place at which they finished 2014, when Robert Griffin III started seven games. More than regression, that’s de-evolution. In the meantime, the Giants’ veteran QB Eli Manning has thrown 51 of 69 (73.9%) for 575 passing yards with three TDs and one interception in two games, or rather, two wins.

Redskins +5 (-115) OV 45½ (-110) +190
Giants -5 (-105) UN 45½ (-110) -230

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Second overall pick rookie Carson Wentz wentz from third-string QB to one of only five quarterbacks since the 1970 merger to start and win his team’s first two games of the regular season. The 23 year old has connected 43 passes of 71 attempts for a 60.6 completion percentage, including three TD passes. Also, Wentz has yet to throw an interception in his budding professional career. The Eagles are 6-0 if we count the preseason. Are they due for a loss at the hands of the Steelers and Big Ben Roethlisberger? NFL betting odds say yes, but Wentz could be the problem child that gives Big Ben a lot of grief, like in that 90s John Ritter movie that nobody but me remembers.

Redskins +5 (-115) OV 45½ (-110) +190
Giants -5 (-105) UN 45½ (-110) -230

Minnesota Vikings vs. Carolina Panthers

The Panthers have the best home-field advantage in the league, with a 15-game winning streak that dates back to week 15 of the 2014 season. They also have the upper hand under center, though Sam Bradford did have an impressive debut in Minnesota. The Vikings will have to rely on defense; Cam Newton has been hit pretty hard lately, and the Vikings sacked Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers five times and forced him to fumble four times in week 2.

Vikings +7 ( -105 ) OV 43 ( -110 ) +255
Panthers -7 ( -115 ) UN 43 ( -110 ) -320


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