Much is expected from Falcons WR Julio Jones, and his odds of winning the receiving-yards title at one Nevada sportsbook reflect those high hopes.
PFW's Mike Wilkening offers his take on four Week One games where linemakers have separated a pair of teams by less than three points.
Mike Wilkening plays oddsmaker and puts up 12 hypothetical proposition bets for 2012, including one focusing on Cam Newton's rushing TDs.
The Jaguars' win total is low at Nevada sportsbooks — too low, writes PFW's Mike Wilkening, who sees Jacksonville improving this season.
PFW's Mike Wilkening handicaps the contenders for the NFL rushing title, a subject which can be wagered upon in Las Vegas.
PFW's Mike Wilkening takes a look at how a pair of notable Nevada sportsbooks have assessed the AFC North entering 2012.
The Cowboys can be formidable, but they can also be heartbreakers, particularly when they've been favorites lately, as Mike Wilkening explains.
Pro bettors have taken a liking to the Bills. Public bettors are loving the Bears. Mike Wilkening reports on win-total moves at one major sportsbook.
The Giants, who cleaned up as underdogs last season, could again be underestimated entering 2012, writes PFW's Mike Wilkening.
PFW's Mike Wilkening takes a closer look at division-title odds, and he points out a few interesting sleepers, including Washington.
The 49ers are getting bet more than any other club to win Super Bowl XLVII at one major Nevada sportsbook chain, writes Mike Wilkening.
Ten teams have higher regular-season win totals than the defending champion Giants at Lucky's Race and Sports Book, which opened betting on the props Wednesday.
The Falcons, not the Saints, have the highest 2012 regular-season win total among NFC South teams on the MGM Resorts International betting line.
Cantor Gaming released its regular-season win total props for all 32 NFL teams on Tuesday, and expectations look to be high for two teams in particular.
A Nevada oddsmaking firm released lines for nearly every regular-season game. The Browns weren't favored once, a bad sign, says PFW's Mike Wilkening.