If you love both, NFL and collegiate football and you want to know just how many victories the majority of the top teams at both gridiron levels are going to record, then you’ve come to the right place. You see, thanks to the following fun-filled NFL vs. NCAAF online betting odds and my accompanying expert betting picks, you’re going to have a great chance to cash in on these season-long props odds wagers. With both, the 2015 NCAA and NFL regular seasons set to get underway in a mere matter of days, let’s get started.
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Regular Season Wins Matchups
Alabama Crimson Tide +½ -110, Denver Broncos -½ -120
The Alabama Crimson Tide will be looking to get back into the national title game after falling just short last season, but they’ve got a tough schedule that could give them one or two regular season losses, particularly if they don’t get competent play from the quarterback position after losing 2014 starter Blake Sims. Alabama could suffer losses at home against No. 20 Wisconsin in Week 1 and No. 17 Ole Miss in Week 3. The Tide will also have to find a way to stop No. 9 Georgia and super-gifted running back Nick Chubb on the road in Week 5. I also wouldn’t be surprised if rebuilding Arkansas handled the Tide in Week 6, not to mention Alabama’s regular season-ending road date against No. 6 Auburn.
When it comes to the Denver Broncos, I believe the Broncos could be headed for a return date to the Super Bowl in 2015. I love the addition of new head coach Gary Kubiak and I believe his plan to run the ball a lot more this coming season is going to pay hug dividends for future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning, especially late in the season. Having said that let me also say that I like the Broncos to win at least 10 games this coming season, although my actual number is an even dozen victories.
The Pick: Denver Broncos -½
Georgia Bulldogs +1½ -105, Indianapolis Colts -1½ -125
When it comes to the Georgia Bulldogs, it’s all about 2015 Heisman Trophy candidate Nick Chubb. The now-sophomore running back is so clearly talented that he could make Bulldogs fans everywhere forget all about former star Todd Gurley in the blink of an eye. After Gurley was suspended last season for an autograph signing infraction, Chubb took over and rushed for 143 yards on 38 carries in his very first start. Chubb then rushed for 202 yards and two scores the next time out before ultimately going on to finish with 1,547 yards (second in the SEC) while averaging a stunning 7.1 yards per carry despite getting just eight starts.
Having said all of this…let me say that I like the Bulldogs to win at least 10 regular season games in 2015. Georgia should open with four victories before their first ‘real’ test against No. 3 Alabama. I like the Dogs to then win four more in a row before their next ‘toughie’ at No. 6 Auburn.
In the case of the Indianapolis Colts, I believe Andrew Luck and company are going to win at last 12 games in 2015. Indianapolis should get off to a perfect 5-0 start by eating the Bills, Jets, Titans, Jaguars and Texans before facing their first ‘real’ test at home against Tom Brady and the Patriots in Week 6. The Colts have another stiff test the following week at home against Drew Brees and the Saints and then two more tough games at Carolina and back at home against Peyton Manning and the Broncos.
Following their Bye week, I like Indy to win two straight before falling on the road at Pittsburgh. After that loss however, I believe Indy could run the table by beating Jacksonville on the road, Houston, Miami on the road and Tennessee at home. The bottom line is that the Colts will narrowly win this matchup.
The Pick: Indianapolis Colts -1½