November 14th, 2016 Betting Tips: Bengals vs Giants

Welcome to the free sports betting tips for Monday, November 14th, 2016.

This week, I wanted to give a shout out to our Formula 1 tipster. If you follow the tips before every race, you’ll know that it’s been pretty much a pick ’em between Hamilton and Rosberg each week, but there’s always at least one long shot value bet he picks, and this week, for the Brazilian Grand Prix, it was for Max Verstappen to have the fastest lap of the race. Well, his reasoning was sound, and it worked out perfectly as Verstappen got the fastest lap of the race on lap 67 out of 71. So, with the Formula 1 season drawing to a close, make sure you check back in before the last race of the season, a race which sees the championship going down to the wire, although Nico Rosberg only needs to finish 3rd or better to become the 2016 World Champion. Of course, if he doesn’t and Lewis Hamilton wins, the British driver is World Champion yet again and cements his place in the history books.

In the NFL, the Steelers’ defence embarrassed themselves against the Cowboys as they just seemed to capitulate on every play. There’s going to be a lot of sore bodies in Pittsburgh to go along with their fans’ sore heads. The Seahawks also managed to get one over on the Patriots in a great game last night. I mean, seriously, it’s great to see the Seahawks playing some great football, and in the past two weeks they’ve done just that. A late surge is going to make them a real threat to everyone, even if their defence hasn’t looked at its best in the last two games. You know, once Seattle click, they could be extremely hard to stop.

Now, let’s get onto the free sports betting tips for November 14th, 2016.

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Bengals vs Giants Betting Tip

For a change on Monday Night Football, this is a game I’m looking forward to. Why? Well, both teams like to get the ball in the air and their defences suck for the most part. What’s interesting here is that the Giants haven’t been too bad at home, while the Bengals haven’t been great on the road, so you have to like the Giants, surely? But then the bookies have them at the same price, and it makes you think that there’s more to this than meets the eye. I mean, Andy Dalton’s team hasn’t gone well on the road at all, with a 1-3 record, and sure they are capable of something big, but then so are the Giants. That being said, I think there’s something weird in the pricing, and I don’t want to get involved. Instead, we’ll look for a high-scoring game. The line looks nice and low for this one, so we’ll be going for over 48 points and we’re going to hope that both teams’ defence suck as much as we think they do, while their passing offences go wild.

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