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It’s Sunday, November 15th 2015 and welcome to todays betting tips.
Today we’ll be covering the NFL, as well as the F1 Brazilian Grand Prix.
Let’s get to the tips:
F1 Brazilian Grand Prix Betting Tips:
We’re still on cloud nine after our 8/1 win the other week with Nico Rosberg. An absolutely huge call as we predicted he wouldn’t just win the Mexican Grand Prix – but that he would get pole position AND the fastest lap.
Was a wonderful race.
Today we’ve got the Brazilian Grand Prix. We’re going to bet on Lewis Hamilton not getting on the podium.
This is an extremely risky bet. However he looked frustrated in the last race and he also had the accident recently in Monaco. We think he is a bit flustered, and the Brazilian track is always one where issues can happen. He was 9th here just a couple of years ago and the year before that retired – so it’s not like he has a history of podium finishes. He’s also not won here before.
We’re also going to go with Max Verstappen in the points. The F1 season is pretty much dead in terms of competition – but the Lotus vs Torro Rosso battle for 6th place keeps it alive. We think Verstappen will keep it going to make Abu Dhabi a nice fun and intense race.
NFL Betting Tips:
Bears +6.5: You may want to buy the half point for this one. The Bears showed on Monday that even with Matt Forte out – Jeremy Langford can really step in. It gives the Bears that whole new aspect to them – an insanely strong running game as well as a QB who can throw. And Cutler let Langford rush more last week which was nice so hopefully he will keep that up this week.
Rams have Wes Welker. Need I say more?
Vikings +3: Vikings go to Oakland to take on the Raiders. Vikings are one of those teams slowly but surely picking up the wins – and I had to do a double take when I noticed they are 6-2. Their defense is very solid.
Raiders do have Nate Allen back but we just can’t see them stopping AP. Peterson and the Vikings running game is going to get them the win here or at least within a point or two.
Giants +7.5: Will the Tom Brady revenge tour continue? We’re going to back the Giants to keep it close enough here. Eli Manning has so many weapons at his disposal – and even though they are a bit beat up they should be able to cause the Patriots problems.
The Patriots running game is affected due to the injury and while it’s not the end of them or anything – it still hurts. We saw the Giants go toe to toe in a shootout just a couple of weeks ago and we think that they can do the exact same here and keep this one nice and close.
Cardinals +3: The Seattle Seahawks are not the team they once were, and we have to stop considering them as that team and take the Arizona cardinals to get the win. Seahawks did dominate Cardinals last year but it’s an entirely different team. Cardinals are 6-2 and will take this one.