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With a stacked roster and a weak slate of opponents, a bet on the Houston Texans to go over their 2012 win total is awfully tempting.
But that’s just one of the intriguing bets based on NFL strength of schedule data.
The traditional way of calculating 2012 strength of schedule in the NFL is annoying, so we came up with our own rankings.
Cleveland Browns rookies Brandon Weeden and Trent Richardson probably wouldn’t like the results.
Tampa Bay’s 2012 win total is still sitting at only 6, one of the lowest in the league. But with the 27th-rated strength of schedule, would the Buccaneers be a good bet to go over?
They’re still a work in progress, but there are a few indicators of a bounce-back season ahead.
2013 French Open, women’s preview: Can Sharapova, Azarenka topple favored Serena Williams?
2013 French Open, men’s preview: Will Rafael Nadal continue his Roland Garros dominance?
NFL season win totals: Why are Vegas oddsmakers giving the league-worst Chiefs so much credit?
Most popular bets for 2014 Super Bowl: Niners have the worst payout but are still the trendiest pick
2013 NFL point spreads: Broncos favored in 15 of 16 games, should have easiest path to playoffs
Where’s your school rank? 5Dimes releases futures odds on literally every FBS college football team
LVH SuperBook releases 2013 NFL season win totals; Seahawks among seven teams listed at 10 or more
LVH SuperBook releases its NFL Games of the Year; Pats, Broncos lines a bit on the high side?
No need to wait: BetOnline releases college football point spreads for 44 opening-week games
Betting on the 2013 NBA Draft Lottery is a pretty dumb decision, but here’s a look at the odds anyway
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