After a very uneventful NFL Trade Deadline, we march on into the final nine weeks of the NFL season with many divisional races heating up. After eight weeks of action, see which teams are the best bets to win all eight divisions here.
Traditional strength of schedule methods would say the 5-2 Bills are a tougher opponent than the 5-3 Chiefs. Throw away the traditional method and use SBD’s more accurate model to see how tough/easy all 32 teams have it over the second half of the 2019 NFL season.
One online sports betting site is offering juice-free odds for all ATS bets on tonight’s Giants vs Patriots game. Find out where you should be betting Week 6’s edition of Thursday Night Football here.
Is there any reason to bet against the Chiefs, Saints, or Patriots winning their respective divisions? Who offers better value to win the AFC North: Cleveland or Baltimore? Who’s the best bet to win a crowded AFC South? See our best bet to win all eight divisions after seeing the first four weeks of action.
Did you lose money in Week 4? Join the club. Apparently it’s not a very exclusive club, either, as online sportsbooks have reported record profits from Sunday. See which of the weekend’s outcomes benefited the books the most as well as just how much of our money they held here.
You could have made a lot of money blindly betting road teams to cover the spread through the first 49 games of the NFL season. How much? Click here to find the answer to that, as well as which road teams are a good bet when Week 4 continues on Sunday.
The Raiders are getting seven points at home against the Chiefs in Week 2. While the majority of bettors are loving KC, Oakland is receiving a lot of support from sharp bettors. They’re just one of three underdogs seeing a lot of sharp money this week. Read on to find out the other two.
The spread in the New England Patriots vs Miami Dolphins game is by far the biggest of Week 2, and it’s even seen the most movement as well. Yet, it’s not the game with the most lopsided handle. Read on to see which team is seeing a bigger percentage of the money than the Pats this week.
Can Denver overcome their recent struggles in Oakland and come away with a victory in the second of two Monday Night Football matchups for Week 1? Or will the Raiders truly play inspired with the Antonio Brown drama over? See the odds, our pick, and all pertinent betting info here.
Will Phillip Lindsay get his 2019 season started off on the right foot against a rather suspect Oakland defense? Which other players will shine in the second Monday Night Football matchup tonight? See the three best props to bet for the game here.
There are two matchups in Week 1 of the 2019 NFL season that the square money disagrees with the rest of the public. See which side the sharps are on in each here.
The LA Rams and New Orleans Saints each won 13 games in the 2018 regular season, and they even added some more opportunities to profit off them in the playoffs. But neither one would have provided the best return on investment if you bet them each week of the season. Find out which (losing) team holds that honor here.
The Bears may be favored, but the majority of the money taken on the moneyline has been on the Packers. See the breakdown of money on each side of the moneyline, spread, and total for tonight’s NFL season opener.
The Chicago Bears thrived against the spread as home favorites last season. They open the 2019 season in that same situation against the Green Bay Packers. But should you follow that trend in the season opener?
One bettor cashed in big with Shane Lowry winning the 2019 Open Championship on Sunday. They plucked the Irishman at 80-1 odds before the tournament began, resulting in nearly an $80K profit. How’d your weekend go?
Kyler Murray is heavily favored to win the 2019 NFL OROY award. But that hasn’t stopped the money from coming in on him. See the breakdown of the money and bet percentages for the award here.
Novak Djokovic is taking a whopping 59% of the total money bet on the men’s singles at Wimbledon, while Serena Williams is seeing 35.4% of the money on the women’s side.
The vast majority of the money wagered on Game 6 tonight has been in support of the Raptors. But the sharp bettors are seeing value in betting Golden State at home. See the breakdown of the money percentage and how it’s changed for tonight’s game.
After squandering the opportunity to hoist the franchise’s first Stanley Cup in front of their home crowd in Game 6, not many are confident in the Blues bouncing back to take Game 7 in Boston.
Bettor Who Backed the Blues at 60-1 Odds to Win Stanley Cup Could Profit $36K if St Louis Wins Game 7
The Blues were the worst team in the league in early January. But not everyone lost hope, as one bettor took the +6000 odds being offered on them winning the Stanley Cup.