Odds against 4 NFL Road Teams Being Favored?


WEBWIRE – Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Only 4 road favorites in last 7 years – 4 this week!

Las Vegas, Nevada (December 30, 2008) – All four NFL playoff road teams are favored this week: Atlanta -2 at Arizona; Colts -1 at San Diego; Baltimore -3 at Miami; Philly -3 at Minnesota.

According to RJ Bell of Pregame.com: In the prior seven seasons (dating back to 2001) only 4 road teams have been favored in NFL playoff games. The road teams are undefeated in those games, winning on all four occasions.

During those seven playoffs a combined 70 games were played (not counting Super Bowls, which are played on neutral fields with no true home team). RJ Bell of Pregame.com said: “Based upon 4 of the last 70 playoff games having road favorites, the odds all 4 rode teams being favored this week was over 93,000 to 1 against.”

No road team has been bigger than a three-point favorite in the prior 7 seasons. Based upon early betting action, both Baltimore and Philadelphia have a strong chance to be favored by 3.5 points or more.

MEDIA NOTE: Print, radio, TV, and Internet media should feel free to quote any information above. Please attribute: RJ Bell of Pregame.com. For follow-up questions, or media appearances – email: rjbell@pregame.com

About RJ Bell of Pregame.com
RJ Bell, president of http://Pregame.com, has been featured on CBS News with Katie Couric, ABC News with Charles Gibson, Nightline, Sportscenter, Outside the Lines (ESPN), First Take (ESPN2), ESPN.com, ESPN National Radio, Yahoo, AOL.com, CNN.com and in Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Associated Press, Sports Illustrated, LA Times, Newsweek.com, Bloomberg, Maxim, and Forbes.

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