NFL - Tue 03/09/2013 - 06:01 EDT

Football Futures Betting: 2013 NFL Regular Season Wins

Are you ready for some football – National Football League style? Our Crew here at Sportsbook Review certainly is. Gazing into our NFL crystal ball, today we examine one of our favorite preseason betting options.

The 2013 NFL regular season “Team Win Total” betting option, posted at the TopBet online sportsbook, is our  focus today. Get in on this futures wagering quickly as it will disappear from the board once Week 1 is done.

Cincinnati Bengals: AFC North Cats are on the rise

We love looking at the “forecasts” that various bookmakers post when it comes to the Over/Under lines that focus on the NFL total team wins. We’ve been watching this normally prosperous futures betting option since preseason action began. The price that sticks out the most to us is the odds on the Cincinnati Bengals win total. Expecting the Bengals to challenge for the AFC North title this season, we see the 8.5 (-165) line posted at as generously low. We get squeezed on the juice but we’ll drop five Franklins on the OVER 8.5 (-165) win total for these surging stripped Cats!

Denver Broncos: AFC Super Bowl favorites lofty line deserves caution

Although we won’t be beating on this option, the Denver Broncos OVER 11.5 (EVEN) line seems a little high. The Peyton Manning led Broncos have questions at the running back position and they are in tough when their schedule moves out of the weak AFC West. The only cakewalk we see in Denver’s non-division schedule is the Broncos home game against the Jacksonville Jaguars during NFL Week 6 action. We’re also not 100% sold on the Broncos defense especially since Von Miller, the Broncos best outside pass rusher, is under an NFL imposed six game drug related suspension.

Sportsbook Review Prediction: Back the Bengals to bank OVER 8.5 NFL 2013 wins!

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