Betting on the New Orleans Saints, Atlanta Falcons, Tampa Bay Bucs, Carolina Panthers 2011 – 2012

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Mary Montgomery
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Betting on the New Orleans Saints

Betting on the New Orleans Saints, Atlanta Falcons and Tampa Bay Bucs to win the 2011 NFC South Division and 2012 Super Bowl were available at Bookmaker hereBookmaker is the oldest established North American online sportsbook.  Use online chat to assist when registering.  You can call to open an account.  Always use bonus code GAMBLING911 to get up to $2500 FREE CASH limited time only(see site for details).   You can also bet on the Carolina Panthers to win UNDER 4.5 regular season games.

The New Orleans Saints have plenty going for them this season but they will need a solid performance each week to keep up in the very competitive NFC South.   Drew Brees is still an elite quarterback, Mark Ingramand some additional talent will keep the Saints running game solid, they just signed Darren Sproles, and Sean Payton is still a top-notch Super Bowl winning head coach.  What’s not to love?

Maybe the schedule. 

New Orleans schedule includes facing two opponents in their own division (Tampa Bay and Atlanta) that also look like early Playoffs favorites. 

While the Saints will play a few solid teams at home, the only real challenge (at least on paper) when it comes to playing on the road will be against division rivals and their first game in Green Bay.  The other five away games will be against lowly division team the Carolina Panthers and four teams expected to finish the regular season under .500 including the Vikings, Jaguars and Rams.  That being said, the OVER 10 regular season wins looks like a winner, but at a hefty price of -140.


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Future Betting Value Index:

Saints to win the 2012 Super Bowl 8/1 – Very Good

Saints to win the 2012 NFC South -125 – Good

Saints to win OVER 10 games at -140 - Good


Atlanta won the NFC South with a 13-3 record last season, and that alone should tell us this should be a very good Falcons team considering how tough a division they played in.   The Falcons are listed with such long odds to win the Super Bowl due to their inability to win a Playoffs game.

Who is to say they won’t be in the same dilemma this season as well, but 12/1 odds for a team that went 13-3 last year?  You gotta love those odds!

Maybe it is the competitive nature of this division, but the Falcons also feature some great value when it comes to futures betting when it comes to both the odds and the actual price assigned.  In any other division there would likely be a much greater risk vs. reward for the bettor with both the Falcons and Saints.


Futures Betting Value Index:

Atlanta Falcons to win the 2012 Super Bowl 12/1 - Excellent

Atlanta Falcons to win the 2011 NFC South division Even – Fair

Atlanta Falcons odds to win OVER 10 regular season games - Good

And let’s not forget the Tampa Bay Bucs, who stunned everyone last season with their impressive turnaround.

On the road, Tampa Bay should be able to win in Minnesota, San Francisco, Carolina, Tennessee and Jacksonville. 

On paper it is actually easy to see an 11-win season.  That may or may not be enough to land Tampa Bay in the Playoffs when we are talking about the NFC South.   

Still, those 36/1 odds (now 40/1) of winning the Super Bowl have value.  In fact, pushing Tampa Bay to 40/1 odds was just enough for Gambling911.com to designate the Bucs with good value (up from fair) when it comes to the 2012 Super Bowl price.  Winning OVER 8 regular season games at even odds provides the best betting value where Tampa Bay is concerned in our book.


Futures Betting Value Index:

Tampa Bay Bucs to win the 2012 Super Bowl 40/1 – Good

Tampa Bay Bucs to win the 2011 NFC South Division 6/1 – Good

Tampa Bay Bucs to win OVER 8 regular season games - Good


- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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