NFL football gambling with such teams is like watching your money burn slowly right before your eyes and creates a feeling of helplessness for those betting on NFL football games. The Detroit Lions became the first team in the history of NFL football gambling to go 0-16 straight up for an entire season.
Its no coincidence that Detroit was dead last in the NFL at stopping the run as they allowed 5.1 yards per carry while losing 9 out of 16 games against the spread for those betting on NFL football odds with them.
The Kansas City Chiefs had the worst season in their history in 2008 as they finished the NFL football gambling season with a record of 2-14 straight up. Kansas City was pitiful at stopping the run and finished ahead of only Detroit in NFL football gambling rush defense as they allowed 5.0 yards per carry.
Tied with the Chiefs with a 5.0 yards per carry average on rush defense was their AFC west arch rival Denver Broncos, who got the cash in just 4 out of 16 NFL football gambling matchups last year based in large part by their inability to stop the run.
The St. Louis Rams allowed 4.9 yards per carry on the ground last year to rank just head of the Chiefs and Broncos. The pathetic Rams got the cash in just 6 out of 16 NFL football gambling appearances as a result.
The sad sack Raiders of Oakland allowed an average of 4.7 yards per carry as they lost 9 out of 16 games against the NFL football gambling spread and were just 5-11 straight up.
The Cleveland Browns covered just 6 out of 16 NFL football gambling appearances as their rush defense was blown away by opponents who averaged 4.5 yards per carry. Teams that cannot stop the run are weak and the ultimate “bad bet”.
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