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Disparity between the NBA’s Eastern and Western Conferences is no secret. This week we’ll see a handful of games that test the phenomenon while simultaneously serving as perfect NBA betting opportunities for players looking to capitalize on some interconference action.
For a point of reference, the seventh best team in the East - currently the Indiana Pacers - would sit 12th in the Western Conference.
Although the East isn’t without its fair share of contenders, the sheer depth of the Western Conference is what makes it the more renowned of the two conferences.
Though emerging as conference champions in either will prove to be a monumental task, the simple daily grind of life in the West is a chore in itself.
This Thursday, the Chicago Bulls, one of the aforementioned Eastern Conference contenders, will host the Dallas Mavericks. Although they’ve slid down the standings recently in the absence of star Dirk Nowitzki, the All-Star returned to the Dallas lineup this past weekend and hopes to be at full health in time for their next big challenge.
Will Derrick Rose and the Bulls pull off a big win, tightening their grip on the Central Division and continuing to gain ground on the Miami Heat? Bet on the NBA with Bodog.
On Friday the Atlanta Hawks will host the New Orleans Hornets as each struggles to position themselves for home court in the first round of their respective playoffs. The Hawks have posted a better regular season record thus far, but it’s hard to consider them favorites against a Hornets club that has spent time at the top of the NBA standings this year.
Not long after that, the Utah Jazz will host the Eastern Conference-leading Boston Celtics. Though the Celtics have come out strong this season, proving that Miami to the NBA Finals is no guarantee, the Jazz are one of a select few teams to have taken down both the Heat and the Los Angeles Lakers so far this season.
If easy victories are harder to come by in the West than in the East, the Mavs, Hornets and Jazz should make short work of their Eastern Conference opponents this week, right? That’s where you come in.
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NFL Conference Championships
Odds to win the 2011 Super Bowl XLV
Green Bay Packers 8/5
Pittsburgh Steelers 2/1
New York Jets 7/2
Chicago Bears 5/1
What will be the Exact Super Bowl XLV Matchup?
Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Green Bay Packers 6/5
Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Chicago Bears 3/1
New York Jets vs. Green Bay Packers 3/1
New York Jets vs. Chicago Bears 6/1
Super Bowl XLV - Exact Super Bowl Result
Pittsburgh Steelers beat Chicago Bears 6/1
Pittsburgh Steelers beat Green Bay Packers 4/1
New York Jets beat Chicago Bears 9/1
New York Jets beat Green Bay Packers 7/1
Chicago Bears beat Pittsburgh Steelers 8/1
Chicago Bears beat New York Jets 14/1
Green Bay Packers beat Pittsburgh Steelers 3/1
Green Bay Packers beat New York Jets 6/1
2011 NFL Playoffs - Pittsburgh Steelers Playoff Progress
Eliminated in AFC Championship Game8/5
Super Bowl Runner up 7/4
Super Bowl Champion 2/1
2011 NFL Playoffs - New York Jets Playoff Progress
Eliminated in AFC Championship Game1/2
Super Bowl Runner up 15/4
Super Bowl Champion 7/2
2011 NFL Playoffs - Chicago Bears Playoff Progress
Eliminated in NFC Championship Game1/2
Super Bowl Runner up 3/1
Super Bowl Champion 5/1
2011 NFL Playoffs - Green Bay Packers Playoff Progress
Eliminated in NFC Championship Game8/5
Super Bowl Runner up 11/5
Super Bowl Champion 8/5
Which Conference will the Super Bowl XLV Winner Come From?
2011 NFL Playoffs - Will a Wild Card Team Win the Super Bowl?
2011 NFL Playoffs - Will a Wild Card Team Make the Super Bowl? (Jets, Packers)
2011 NFL Playoffs - How Many Wild Card Teams Will Play in the Superbowl? (Packers, Jets)
2011 NFL Playoffs - Early Super Bowl XLV Line
AFC Pick (-115)
NFC Pick (-115)
Who will record the most Passing Yards in the Conference Championships?
Aaron Rodgers 6/5
Ben Roethlisberger 9/4
Jay Cutler 5/2
Mark Sanchez 5/1
Who will record the most Rushing Yards in the Conference Championships?
Rashard Mendenhall 7/4
Matt Forte 7/4
James Starks 7/2
Shonn Greene 5/1
LaDainian Tomlinson 6/1
Who will record the most Receiving Yards in the Conference Championships?
Greg Jennings 7/2
Santonio Holmes 5/1
Mike Wallace 5/1
Johnny Knox 6/1
Braylon Edwards 15/2
Hines Ward 17/2
Donald Driver 17/2
Greg Olsen 9/1
James Jones 10/1
Devin Hester 12/1
Jerricho Cotchery 18/1
Heath Miller 18/1
New York Jets +3.5
Pittsburgh Steelers -3.5
New York Jets Total Team Points
Pittsburgh Steelers Total Team Points
Team to score first in the game
New York Jets +115
Pittsburgh Steelers -145
The first score of the game will be?
Field Goal or Safety +110
How many 15 Yard Penalties will be called in the game?
Which team will record more sacks in the game
New York Jets -1
Pittsburgh Steelers +1
Total Passing Yards – Mark Sanchez
Over /Under 205.5
Total Rushing Yards – New York Jets
Total Receiving Yards –Santonio Holmes
Total Receptions – Santonio Holmes
Will Santonio Holmes score a TD in the game
Will Darelle Revis intercept a pass?
Total Passing Yards – Ben Roethlisberger
Total Rushing Yards – Rashard Mendenhall
Total Receiving Yards – Mike Wallace
Total Receptions – Mike Wallace
Will Mike Wallace Score a TD in the game?
Will Troy Polamalu intercept a pass?
Green Bay Packers -3.5
Chicago Bears +3.5
Green Bay Packers Total Team Points
Chicago Bears Total Team Points
Team to score first in the game
Green Bay Packers -145
Chicago Bears +115
The first score of the game will be?
Field Goal or Safety +125
Which team will record more sacks in the game?
Green Bay Packers -1.5
Chicago Bears +1.5
Will a Bear do the Lambeau Leap after a TD?
Who will record more sacks in the game?
Clay Matthews -225
Julius Peppers +185
Who will record more Tackles and Assists in the game?
Clay Matthews -.5
Julius Peppers +.5
Total Passing Yards – Aaron Rodgers
Total Rushing Yards – James Starks
Total Receiving Yards – Greg Jennings
Total Receiving Yards – James Jones
Total Passing Yards – Jay Cutler
Over /Under 225.5
Total Rushing Yards – Matt Forte
Total Receiving Yards – Johnny Knox
Total Receiving Yards – Greg Olsen
New England Patriots
Will the Patriots make the 2011-12 Playoffs?
Will Tom Brady’s wife Gisele Bundchen announce she is pregnant before the start of the 2011 Regular Season?
How many picks will the Patriots end up with in the 1st Round of the 2011 NFL Draft?
3 or more 15/2
What position will the Patriots draft with their first pick in the 2011 NFL Draft?
Will the Ravens make the 2011-12 Playoffs?
Will Ed Reed announce his retirement before Week 1 of the 2011 Regular Season?
Will the Falcons make the 2011-12 Playoffs?
Will Tony Gonzalez announce his retirement before Week 1 of the 2011 Regular Season?
Will the Seahawks make the 2011-12 Playoffs?
Who will be the starting QB for the Seahawks game 1 of the 2011 Regular Season?
Matt Hasselbeck 5/4
Charlie Whitehurst 2/1
A Free Agent QB 3/2
2011 Draft pick QB 5/1
Will Brett Favre play in an NFL game in the 2011 Regular Season?
By Ron Raymond on Jan 18, 2011 | In Offshore Sportsbooks
AFC and NFC Conference Championship Odds Available at Bodog
Four teams remain in the NFL after last weekend’s divisional playoff round, and they’re not who you would have expected.
After watching the Seattle Seahawks advance past their wild card matchup with the New Orleans Saints, and then seeing both No. 1 seeds ousted in the weekend that just passed, it’s safe to say that the 2011 NFL playoffs have been anything but predictable.
Although those Cinderella Seahawks soon met their end against the Chicago Bears, their historic upset set the tone for a wild postseason run that brings us to the AFC and NFC Conference Championship games.
Those Bears, led by quarterback Jay Cutler will look to put the finishing touches on a solid season this Sunday when they take on the Green Bay Packers at 3:00 PM EST.
It will be a tight game for the NFC North representatives, but the Packers have been given an early -3 spread to take the win. After downing the Philadelphia Eagles in the wild card weekend and then turning away the first-place Atlanta Falcons, Aaron Rodgers and co. are looking as dangerous as ever.
The Bears, who finished first in the division on the year, however, have only played the 7-9 Seahawks since the postseason started over two weeks ago.
In the AFC, fans will notice the glaring absence of the New England Patriots as the New York Jets, the AFC East team that slayed them in the divisional playoff round, take on the Pittsburgh Steelers.
After their Week 13 shellacking at the hands of the Pats, nobody quite expected the Jets to make noise in the playoffs, so it comes as no surprise that the Steelers have been deemed the -3 favorite. The over/under for the match sits at 38.5.
Will the Jets have enough left in the tank after taking out the consensus Super Bowl favorite last Sunday?
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