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2014 NFL Betting Tips – The Never Bet List

When it comes to wagering on NFL football, there are literally, more ways to cash in with a winning wager in today’s tech-happy times, than ever before. However, there are also some certified no-no’s that every NFL gridiron gambling enthusiast should also be aware of when it comes it laying down your hard earned cash.

Thanks to some expert research from yours truly, you’re going to get a fun-filled, but informative six-pack of NFL betting tips make up this original NFL Never Bet List.

Don’t Bet On These NFL Scenarios In 2014

  1. I know Peyton Manning is a future Hall of Fame quarterback and everything, but I say never bet on Manning in the postseason people…not unless you’re a fan of his discouraging 5-7 ATS record in his last 12 postseason starts.
  2. Some things in life are certain to take place like death and taxes. Well, you can add this fast fact as well. Never bet against Tom Brady and the New England Patriots when they’re playing at home. The Pats have recorded a near-perfect 9-1 SU mark and impressive 7-3 ATS mark in their last 10 home games.

  3. Never bet against the Seattle Seahawks when they’re playing in the comfy, but extremely loud confines of their Qwest Field home stadium. Russell Wilson, Richard Sherman and the rest of his L.O.B. teammates have gone a near-perfect 9-1 SU ATS in their last 10 home contests. This ‘never bet’ selection looks even better when you consider the fact that the Seahawks are 18-2 SU and a blistering 15-5 ATS over their last 20 home games.

  4. Despite the arrival of ballyhooed rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel, I say never bet the Cleveland Browns when they’re on the road…or should I say at least until you see otherwise. Cleveland has compiled a pathetic 1-9 SU mark and 3-7 ATS record in its last 10 road games. The Browns’ futility on the road stretches back quite a bit with the beleaguered franchise going just 2-18 SU in its last 20 road games. Clearly, ‘Johnny football’ is going to have his work cut out for him.

  5. Never bet against arrogant Jim Harbaugh’s San Francisco 49ers when they’re a touchdown favorite or more. Frank Gore and Colin Kaepernick have helped Frisco compiled a fantastic 9-1 SU mark and appealing 7-2-1 ATS mark in its last 10 such contests dating back to 2013.

  6. Never bet against the New Orleans Saints when they’re a home favorite. Drew Brees and company have gone 9-1 SU and a bankroll-boosting 7-1-1 ATS in their last 10 home games as a favorite.
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