2014 ESPN Football Picks
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2014 NFL Pro Football Picks
ESPN Expert Pick is a whole season full of pro football picks by the ESPN Expert Commentators. Each week on ESPN expert pick, the eight NFL football commentators and analyst give their winning picks and the results are tracked from the beginning of the season and ending with the Superbowl. ESPN Expert Pick is a collaborative effort between ESPN and the Brain Trust of Bristol University. The experts go out on a limb and bring their best picks to the table week after week.
The eight experts on ESPN Expert Pick are Joe Theisman, Sean Salisbury, Merril Hodge, Chris Mortensen, Ron Jaworski, Mark Schlereth, Eric Allen and Mike Golic. They make their ESPN expert picks on the NFL games that are scheduled each week. Their picks are tracked and archived so that viewers can review who was the best ESPN expert pick track record. Tracking the accuracy of the picks is easy due to the shading and layout of the graph. Joe Theisman does not do a pick for the Sunday night NFL betting game due to his position as an analyst on that game broadcast.
The ESPN expert pick tracks the picks of the eight experts and gives those with the highest accuracy rates bragging rights. This could actually be a great tool for the armchair coach as well as the armchair gambler. The ESPN expert pick seems to consistently make strong picks with the majority picking being right on target. These guys are the pros when it comes to knowing the NFL teams and it shows week after week with a high percentage of correct picks.
The ESPN expert pick is a great tool to use when planning a wager on an NFL game. Check out what the experts are saying, and take it from there. Having a second opinion on a gut feeling never hurts, although these guys can't make the football bet, their insight and expertise can prove to be an invaluable tool when placing a wager. They have the inside scoop and know what the team dynamics are with each opposing team.
Basing a wager on the ESPN expert pick will pay off in the long run. These guys all have years of previous football experience and they know the teams and their coaches. They are truly the pros when it comes to picking the winner. What a great tool to use when deciding what team to place the weekly bet on.
Early Super Bowl XLIX Picks from Al King
Even though we are a ways away from the start of the 2014-15 NFL season, the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks are already considered the favorites to win back-to-back titles. And while it has been almost 8 years since we've seen a Super Bowl champ successfully defend its crown, the fact that the Hawks will have its core of players back for another season is certainly a powerful incentive.
If 2015 Super Bowl oddsmakers are correct, the Denver Broncos and the San Francisco 49ers will once again be Pete Carroll's biggest threat this upcoming season. And while it's clear that Denver and San Francisco must make some adjustments before being fully equipped to spoil Seattle's chances this season, betting on No.18 or Jim Harbaugh's squad is never a bad proposition.
At the present time, Bovada's odds to win Super Bowl 2015 list the Seahawks at 11/2 (+550), SF 49ers at 13/2 (+650), Patriots 9/1 (+900) and Broncos at 10/1 (+1000). At Sportsbook.com, Seattle is +450, San Francisco +700, Denver +750 and New England +800. For my money, I certainly like Manning's chances to get back to the big game, but this time, they will finish what they started last season. Whether you go with Bovada or Sportsbook, Denver at either +650 or +750 is one heck of a bet!
Predicting multiple Super Bowl winners year after year, NFL expert handicapper Mike "The Picker" Jones will return with his 2015 Super Bowl XLIX prediction! Dubbed "The Cannabis Bowl", Mike predicted the Seattle Seahawks winning the 2014 Superbowl outright last season. For now, while we wait for the offseason to pass, take a look at the 2015 Super Bowl betting odds to place a few future bets on your favorite teams!
by Mike Jones at 1800-sports.com on August 08, 2014
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