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Suffice to say, we all pray to the Gods at ESPN every once in a while; if not for the glorious “Sports Center” broadcast or attractive female sports anchors, but for their, umm, assistance in helping us pick a winner each week of NFL football action. Even if ESPN isn’t covering a specific game, they still keep tabs on all the action, with their sports analysts storing stats in a database faster than the speed of light. No doubt, if you’re an ESPN junkie, you’re going to get the news and analysis one way or another: it’s just a matter of time. And, now that ESPN is online (well, for a few years now) sports fans can keep track of each and every play, even which players tap out for a bathroom break :) .

This brings us to one of ESPN’s hallmark NFL football ranking systems: “The NFL Power Rankings”. Wow, did all the air just leave my lungs? Even though football is not in season yet, ESPN still offers “off-season” power rankings, updated early in the summer. So, based on their god like prowess for analyzing sports and actually backing it up with fact and stats, we’ve put together a short list of teams ESPN believes will hammer the competition during Week 1 Regular season NFL betting.

To see the rankings, click here: ESPN’s NFL Off-Season Power Rankings

ESPN’s Top Teams heading into Week 1 from the off-season:

  1. Steelers – Record: 12-4-0 – This isn’t much of a surprise. We here at agree with ESPN on this one, mostly because, well… they did win the Super Bowl. The Steelers look strong heading into this season.
  2. Patriots – Record: 11-5-0 – The Pats are heavily favored this season, and have some of the best odds of making the next Super Bowl. Without a doubt, they’ll roll over their opponent, the Buffalo Bills during the Monday Night Football season opener.
  3. Giants – Record: 12-4-0 – Boasting a strong record from last season, the Giants head into the 2009-2010 NFL regular season with high hopes. Eli Manning, the quarterback, still has to do some work with the offense, though.
  4. Eagles – Record: 9-6-1 – The Birds from Phillie pick up a #4 ranking from EPSN, not bad considering their above average, but not stellar, 2008-09 record.
  5. Colts – Record: 12-4-0 – Joining the Steelers and Giants with a 12-4-0 record, the Colts are regrouping and getting their game together for this coming season. They should blow out the Jacksonville Jaguars in their opener on Sunday, September 13.
  6. Chargers – Record: 8-8-0 – Despite the fact that the San Diego Chargers split the difference last season, ESPN feels they are one of the better teams. They open on Monday night against the Raiders. Some sports bettors have already placed the smart money on the Chargers ;) .
  7. Titans – Record: 13-3-0 – Coming in at #7, the Titans are definitely a respectable force. Their record speaks volumes, but they’ll still need to coordinate their offense with the utmost care this season.
  8. Falcons – Record: 11-5-0 – This one is a surprise to us here at, but we’ll bow to ESPN’s expertise on this one. Their opener with the Dolphins could be close, but most believe the Falcons will pull it out.
  9. Vikings – Record: 10-6-0 – When ESPN published the off season power rankings, they gave the Vikings the #9 spot with an asterisk: on the condition that Brett Farve would be joining the squad. Sadly, Favre will remain in retirement, so maybe the Vikings should be reevaluated.
  10. Ravens – Record: 11-5-0 – Things start to drop off here…The Ravens have lost some key offensive players, and will probably struggle to get things together. It will be tough to compete with last season’s team, but hey, we can hope, right? The Ravens look like they’ll beat the Chiefs on September 13.

That’s your top 10 NFL Off-season power rankings from ESPN. In the next set of 10, the teams are generally close, and only appeared to attain their respective ranking on a subjective basis. We thought the Dolphins and Cardinals might see daylight a little higher in the list, but they didn’t make the top 10 cut. We all remember the Cardinals’ improbable run to the Super Bowl ( who doesn’t? ) but as for this year, they’re back to the drawing board.

The lowly Lions bring up the rear, having lost every game last year, although to their credit, a couple of them were close. It’s no surprise that the Detroit Lions face the longest odds to make the Super Bowl, and probably even longer odds to fill their stadium. The Saints should hammer them in the season opener, unless lightning strikes between now and then.

Be sure to check out the 2009-10 Week by Week NFL schedule posted at NFL 2009-2010 Schedule. Also, we’ve got a live odds page that is continually updated courtesy of SportsBookReview. Simply select the league of your choice (NFL, NCAAF, NBA, NCAAB, etc) and you’ll get a complete rundown of the numbers. NFL Betting Odds – Click Here to View and Signup at a Sportsbook.

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The beginning of the regular NFL football season also means the record books are opened for the 2009-2010 season, just in case someone or some team happens to achieve an exceptional feat of football skill. This also means that football betting prop bets are put on the board for the betting public to enjoy, for better or for worse. While some football records are nearly out of reach, due to historical differences in play or dissimilar schedules, there are a few that are well within grasp, especially in the “Team Record” category.

Should I invest a lot of my bankroll in football betting record props? Probably not, unless an individual or team is a game or two away from getting their name etched in the record books for eternity. Instead, think of NFL records as your secondary (no pun intended :) ) interest to regular NFL money line, parlay, or total betting.

The following are a few notable and interesting NFL records, as listed at the website under the “NFL Record and Fact Book” – Click Here to visit this page. Could any of these happen this year? We’ll have to see how the 2009-10 football betting season shapes up:

  • Most Punt Returns, Career – 463 – Brian Mitchell, Washington, 1990-99; Philadelphia, 2000-02; N.Y. Giants, 2003. This record probably won’t fall this year, but top special teams players who’ve been playing for a while might be able to crack the top 5, which includes David Megget of the New York Giants.
  • Most Touchdowns, Career – 208 – Jerry Rice, San Francisco, 1985-2000; Oakland, 2001-04; Seattle, 2004. Jerry the rocket Rice’s touchdown record is impressive, not to mention the fact he managed to play in the NFL for 20 years. Emmit Smith is in the number 2 spot with 175.
  • Most Touchdowns, Season – 31 – LaDainian Tomlinson, San Diego, 2006. Tomlinson’s most touch downs in a season record is only in jeopardy if there are particularly strong pass receivers or halfbacks. This one is in contention every year, but no one has come close in recent memory.
  • Most Field Goals Attempted, Career – 709 – Morten Andersen, New Orleans, 1982-94; Atlanta, 1995-2000; N.Y. Giants, 2001; Kansas City, 2002-03; Minnesota, 2004; Atlanta, 2006-07. Without a doubt, Andersen’s feat is not even within reach this year for most kickers. The fact that Andersen’s various teams put him on the field so often is a tribute to his skill as a field goal kicker.
  • Most Field Goals, Season – 40 – Neil Rackers, Arizona, 2005. Surprisingly, the leaders in this category are all from the last decade, which suggests that kicking has improved over the years. While putting 40 kicks through the bars is simply amazing, this season’s top kickers could easily find their place in the record books if they’re able to break 30.
  • Most Sacks, Season – 22.5 – Michael Strahan, N.Y. Giants, 2001. Imagine what it was like facing this guy in 2001. Most quarterbacks probably felt like a goat on the railroad tracks. We’ll need to see some exceptional defensive squads this year to put this record into contention.
  • Most Consecutive Games Won – 19 – New England, 2006-07 (current). Duh. This one is no surprise. The Pats have been post season contenders in the past several years, and have some of the most favorable odds to win SuperBowl 44. Only the Patriots can beat the Patriots on this one.
  • Rushing: Most Touchdowns, Career – 164 – Emmitt Smith, Dallas, 1990-2002; Arizona, 2003-04. Any mention of rushing records has to include Emmitt Smith, whose amazing career makes him one of the game’s greatest players. Honorable Mention to O.J. Simpson for also holding a few rushing records, before, ummm. “The Juice” went bad.
  • Yards Gained – Most Yards, Kick Off Returns, Season – 2,296 – Arizona, 2000. You have to hand it to the Cardinals special teams on this one, and it comes to no surprise that teams kicking to the Cardinals in 2001 were edgy. This is another record that has popped up among different franchises in the last decade, making it possibly attainable given a good kick return unit.
  • Most Penalties, Season – 158 – Kansas City, 1998. Ouch, looks like the Chiefs had a rough one in back in ’98, no doubt putting their name in the record books for yards lost due to penalties, as well.
  • Most First Downs, Season – 398 – Kansas City, 2004. Well it looks like the Chiefs cleaned up their act from that 1998 year of penalty-palooza. The 2007 Patriots are in a very close second with 393.

Our thanks to the NFL’s record book for these interesting feats of football greatness. There are literally dozens more records that can be found at the NFL website, for those of you that can’t get enough of accomplishment, and can’t get rid of your Napoleonic Complex.

Again, most of the time, odds on these records are not offered in a given football betting season, unless, for example, a long time player is close to career leading numbers. Otherwise, it’s probably best to bet a little loose change on record props, opposed to investing most of your NFL season funds.

Will any of these achievements fall this year? Only time will tell, and we’ll know soon enough once the 2009-10 NFL regular season begins. Good Luck and don’t forget to signup with one of our featured sportsbooks, all of which offer football betting action to USA and International players.

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