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Ian Cameron has been handicapping and betting sports year-round for over a decade. He has been with Sportsmemo.com since 2012, using his knowledge and handicapping techniques to make insightful winning selections.

Rodgers always gives Packers the edge in NFC North

Rodgers always gives Packers the edge in NFC North

posted on August 29, 2017 by

Inside The Lines | The NFC North likely will go through the Green Bay Packers who are currently lined at -200 to win the division. Minnesota at +365, Detroit at +625 and Chicago at +2250 all sit far behind in the futures market to take the North crown.

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Eagles could flock to NFC East title

Eagles could flock to NFC East title

posted on August 22, 2017 by

Inside the Lines | The Dallas Cowboys are currently favored to win the NFC East but behind them lies plenty of uncertainty about the other teams inside this division. My main target in this division from a futures perspective is the Philadelphia Eagles.

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Some Chief concerns emerging in Kansas City

Some Chief concerns emerging in Kansas City

posted on August 15, 2017 by

Inside The Lines | My weekly NFL preview takes a trip to the AFC West this week where the Oakland Raiders are favored to win the division followed by Kansas City, the LA Chargers and Denver, in that order.

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Dolphins likely to regress so bet under for season wins

Dolphins likely to regress so bet under for season wins

posted on August 01, 2017 by

Inside The Lines | A look at the AFC East has New England again overwhelming favorites at -900 to win the division while their three competitors the Buffalo Bills (+2000), Miami Dolphins (+1000) and NY Jets (+10000) are all decisive underdogs.

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Texans D carried team to division title but they will need offense to continue

Texans D carried team to division title but they will need offense to continue

posted on July 25, 2017 by

Inside the Lines | The Houston Texans won this division by default last season because everyone else was terrible. You can argue the reason they even won a playoff game in the Wild Card round is because Derek Carr was absent at QB for Oakland due to injury.

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