Wiseguy Report: Teddy's Early Look at the NFC East

By: Teddy Covers / Jul 25, 2016

Jason Garrett is 7-22 ATS as a home favorite in his first five years as the Cowboys head coach; a consistent track record of failure.  And the Cowboys are likely to be home favorites at least seven times this season – maybe all eight, with a relatively easy opposing slate of foe.  That stands in sharp contrast to last year when they faced one of the tougher schedules in teh NFL.

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MLB Betting Cheat Sheet: July 25th

By: Power Sports / Jul 24, 2016

Of the 15 series that take place in the first half of the week, seven will be of the Interleague variety. The headliner will be the “battle for Chicago” with two games taking place on both the North and South side of the city. There will also be four, short two-game series taking place Tuesday-Wednesday. Those are Seattle-Pittsburgh, Washington-Cleveland, Atlanta-Minnesota (yuck!) and Tampa Bay-Los Angeles. For the record, the American League holds a 106-87 edge in Interleague Games this year.

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MLB Report (Sunday)

By: Steve Merril / Jul 24, 2016

Steve Merril's analysis for Sunday night's ESPN game (July 24)

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2016 Mountain West Football Betting Preview

By: Marc Lawrence / Jul 23, 2016

The Mountain West has welcomed 26 new head coaches over the last 17 seasons, eleven of which played in a bowl game in their rookie year.

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MLB Report (Saturday)

By: Steve Merril / Jul 23, 2016

Steve Merril's MLB report for Saturday, July 23rd

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Tennessee Vols 2016 CFB Season Win Total

By: Brandon Shively / Jul 22, 2016

I have a strong background in the SEC as this is my favorite conference in College Football and one that I focus on during the regular season. I know these schools like the back of my hand and have dominated the SEC over the last 3 years. Today, I want to take a look at the Tennessee Vols for 2016 and advise a wager on taking them OVER 9.5 wins for the season.

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MLB Betting Cheat Sheet: July 22nd

By: Power Sports / Jul 22, 2016

When we reach Friday on the MLB schedule, often times you will find a team that’s coming off an off day taking on a team that had to play Thursday. Four such matchups exist this week. The first is a critical battle in the NL East with the rested Mets traveling to Miami. Another is the Cubs, who need no added advantage, in Milwaukee. Over in the American League, Cleveland is rested and Baltimore is not in a battle of playoff contenders.

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MLB Report (Thursday)

By: Steve Merril / Jul 21, 2016

Steve Merril's Thursday night MLB report (July 21)

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Cincinnati Bearcats 2016 CFB Season Win Total

By: Brandon Shively / Jul 20, 2016

With about six weeks to go before College Football kicks off, I am handicapping Season Win Totals and want to cover the Cincinnati Bearcats with you. If you have multiple 'books', which I stress to my clients, take the time and 'line shop' before placing your wager. In the long term it will make a big difference in your bankroll if you firmly believe sports betting in an investment as I do.

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MLB Report (Tuesday)

By: Steve Merril / Jul 19, 2016

Steve Merril's analysis of tonight's Mets/Cubs game on ESPN

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MLB power rankings (Week 16)

By: Steve Merril / Jul 19, 2016

Steve Merril's Week 16 MLB power rankings

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MLB Betting Cheat Sheet: July 18th

By: Power Sports / Jul 18, 2016

Since taking all seven regular season meetings in 2015, the Cubs have lost eight in a row to the Mets. That obviously includes getting swept in last year’s National League Championship Series. It also includes a sweep at Citi Field that took place earlier this month. But the revenge angle could be strong here at Wrigley this week.

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MLB Betting Cheat Sheet: July 15th

By: Power Sports / Jul 18, 2016

The lone Interleague series of the weekend features the team with the best record in the American League (Texas) against the team that had the best record in all of baseball for much of the first half (Cubs). Both have given a little back in July with the Rangers dropping seven of 10 and the Cubs eight of 10. But what is most interesting to me in handicapping this series is the respective run differentials of the two teams.

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Wiseguy Report: Teddy's Early Look @ the NFC North

By: Teddy Covers / Jul 18, 2016

Last week in this space, when I previewed the AFC North, there wasn’t a whole lot that I liked in the division.  If I’m going to put an AFC North win total in my pocket, it’s not going to be on an Over wager!  But that’s most assuredly not the case in the NFC North, where several teams – including a Super Bowl contender – have the feeling of an undervalued commodity at this stage of the offseason.

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Wiseguy Report: Teddy's Early Look at the AFC East

By: Teddy Covers / Jul 18, 2016

It’s’ playoffs or bust’ once again for Buffalo in 2015 in Rex Ryan’s second year on the job.  Rex’s brother, defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, coached one of the worst defenses in NFL history in New Orleans last year.  Now Ryan takes over a D that plummeted from a #4 yardage ranking in 2014 to #19 in 2015 as sacks dropped from 54 to 21.  

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2016 MAC Football Betting Preview

By: Marc Lawrence / Jul 16, 2016

Northern Illinois has won six consecutive West Division championships but will need to hold back a rising Western Michigan squad and an always-troublesome Toledo team. And we’re not discounting Central Michigan, either. The Chippewas tied for the West Division title last Year.

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MLB Power Rankings (Week 15)

By: Steve Merril / Jul 15, 2016

Steve Merril's Week 15 MLB Power Rankings

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Brandon Shively’s MLB Future’s Investment

By: Brandon Shively / Jul 15, 2016

I am a sports investor (not gambler) and finding value in isolated 'Futures' propositions has been one of my keys to long term success in this business. Today I made a move on the Astros (+225) to win the A.L. West and will advise for you to join me in this investment.

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The Betting Landscape Has Changed Drastically

By: AAA Sports / Jul 13, 2016

Before the Golden State Warriors screwed up the NBA Finals, they benefitted when the Oklahoma City Thunder screwed up in the semifinals. As hoopheads gasped, the Thunder – who had rolled past Dallas in five games and San Antonio in six – blew that 3-games-to-1 lead and allowed the Warriors to go on to do pretty much the same thing in the title series against the Cavaliers.

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The Open Championship Preview

By: Matt Fargo / Jul 12, 2016

We hit our third Major of the season with the 145th edition of The Open Championship taking place from Royal Troon located in South Ayrshire, Scotland. 

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2016 Independent College Football Betting Preview

By: Marc Lawrence / Jul 10, 2016

With UMass’ departure from the Mid American Conference, roll call among FBS Independent college football teams has inched up to four this year as the Minuteman join the ranks of Independents.

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MLB Betting Cheat Sheet: July 8th

By: Power Sports / Jul 8, 2016

A team to keep an eye on both this weekend and in the second half of the season is Toronto. At this time last year, the Blue Jays were just a .500 team, but had a run differential that suggested they might take off. They did and finished 93-69 with a run differential of +224. This year, a similar pattern may emerge, but the bad news for their fellow contenders in the American League is that the Jays are already 10 games above the Mendoza Line.

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MLB Betting Cheat Sheet: July 4th

By: Power Sports / Jul 8, 2016

Once again, we start this column with the Cleveland Indians. But this time, it’s not all about them. The Detroit Tigers have now won six in a row and are just 5.5 games back of the Tribe in the American League Central. Problem is that the Motor City contingent is 0-9 vs. the Indians this season! The two division rivals meet again this week, in Cleveland. Their win streak finally halted at 14 games, the Tribe were humiliated Sunday, losing 17-1 to the Blue Jays (second straight loss).

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MLB Betting Cheat Sheet: July 1st

By: Power Sports / Jul 8, 2016

At no point during the current MLB season has any team been as hot as the Cleveland Indians are right now. In fact, they haven’t lost since the Cavaliers won the NBA Finals! Since we last checked in with them, they swept Atlanta (no surprise there) and then won 4-1 in Toronto Thursday night. Winners of 13 straight, they’ve outscored opponents by an incredible 80-26 margin during the streak.

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MLB Betting Cheat Sheet: June 27th

By: Power Sports / Jul 8, 2016

With the city still basking in the glow of its first major professional sports championship in 52 years, Cleveland’s baseball team has now caught fire. You can make it three straight sweeps and nine straight wins for the Indians, who have outscored opponents 60-18 during this run, giving them the best run differential in the entire American League (+81) this season.

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