By Adam Burke
Feb 6, 2017 at 14:51

We won’t have meaningful football again until late August when college football starts and those that prefer the NFL won’t have anything until September. In the meantime, you can dissect these Super Bowl LII odds and see if there’s anything you want to invest in.

By Corey Pabst
Feb 5, 2017 at 22:31

The purpose of this article is, through market analysis, to identify which NFL sides the professional or “sharp” bettors are betting on this week.  I’ll do this by looking at the Consensus betting percentages, line moves, Pinnacle lines, etc. and discussing below which games the pros appear to be betting.  I include Pinnacle lines because this is well known to be the “sharpest” of sportsbooks being that they often offer reduced juice on games, thus, making it more attractive for professional bettors who are wagering large sums of money. Consensus lines and betting percentages are from Sportsinsights.com as a real-time consensus of data from 7 online sportsbooks including: Sportsbook.ag, BetDSI, BetUs, 5Dimes, GTBets, SIA, and Carib. 

By Adam Burke
Feb 5, 2017 at 17:28

Proving that there is no shortage of betting options for the Super Bowl, take a look at all of the novelty props that are available out there. These are simply worth beer money, unless you can somehow find a really significant edge. They’re mostly just fun to talk about and consider.

By Adam Burke
Feb 5, 2017 at 15:45

With the highest total ever for a Super Bowl, these props take on additional interest this year. There are so many options to consider and so many different lines and vigs, so it’s important to shop around for the best price and find the bets that make the most sense. Here's a look at some prop bets for the Atlanta Falcons.

By Adam Burke
Feb 5, 2017 at 10:59

Every prop bet has a certain degree of variance, but if you can isolate the key players and matchups, you should be able to come out ahead on player props. Here are some thoughts and prop bets for the New England Patriots for Super Bowl LI.

By Adam Burke
Feb 5, 2017 at 10:03

It’s that time of year again, sports fans. Super Bowl props are here and there are more options than ever for Super Bowl LI. In a lot of ways, betting on the props is a much better way to bet the big game.

By Tom Wilkinson
Feb 5, 2017 at 8:03

We know the popular Super Bowl props like player to score the first TD and who will win the MVP but what are the props that are the most profitable? If you follow the money you can oftentimes find out what the professional bettors are betting on. That doesn’t mean those props will win but it never hurts to be on the same side as the wiseguys. Let’s look at some Super Bowl props that could be profitable for Super Bowl 51 between the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots.

By Allen Moody
Feb 5, 2017 at 7:29

We will look to close the season on a positive note when the Atlanta Falcons face the Patriots in the Super Bowl. The Patriots are favored by 3 and the total is holding at 58.5.

By Tom Wilkinson
Jan 27, 2017 at 7:52

The Super Bowl props involving Lady Gaga and Giselle Bundchen will get a lot of attention from the media but they don’t generate much action with bettors. Football fans could care less about celebrity props unless they have some inside information to go on. What bettors like is betting on who will win the Super Bowl MVP, who will score the first touchdown, the longest field goal, etc. And if bettors are going to bet on a prop that is “outside” of the game itself they are more likely to bet the coin toss than anything else.  Let’s look at some of the popular props for Super Bowl LI between the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots.

By Allen Moody
Jan 22, 2017 at 21:13

There’s obviously just two games this week, so we’ll use this spot to look at the game between the Green Bay Packers and the Atlanta Falcons. The Falcons are favored by 5.5 and the total on the game is 60.

By Corey Pabst
Jan 22, 2017 at 12:54

The purpose of this article is, through market analysis, to identify which NFL sides the professional or “sharp” bettors are betting on this week.  I’ll do this by looking at the Consensus betting percentages, line moves, Pinnacle lines, etc. and discussing below which games the pros appear to be betting.  I include Pinnacle lines because this is well known to be the “sharpest” of sportsbooks being that they often offer reduced juice on games, thus, making it more attractive for professional bettors who are wagering large sums of money. Consensus lines and betting percentages are from Sportsinsights.com as a real-time consensus of data from 7 online sportsbooks including: Sportsbook.ag, BetDSI, BetUs, 5Dimes, GTBets, SIA, and Carib. 

By Allen Moody
Jan 15, 2017 at 21:44

The first game on the schedule is the Seattle Seahawks at the Atlanta Falcons and this one is shaping up to be the prototypical “pros” vs. “public” match-up. Then, we'll look ahead to Sunday for the Green Bay Packers vs. Dallas Cowboys.

By Corey Pabst
Jan 13, 2017 at 23:20

The purpose of this article is, through market analysis, to identify which NFL sides the professional or “sharp” bettors are betting on this week.  I’ll do this by looking at the Consensus betting percentages, line moves, Pinny lines, etc. and discussing below which games the pros appear to be betting.  I include Pinny lines because this is well known to be the “sharpest” of sportsbooks being that they often offer reduced juice on games, thus, making it more attractive for professional bettors who are wagering large sums of money. Consensus lines and betting percentages are from Sportsinsights as a real-time consensus of data from 7 online sportsbooks including: Sportsbook.ag, BetDSI, BetUs, 5Dimes, GTBets, SIA, and Carib. 

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