Thursday Forecast: NFL Kickoff!
A big week is on tap in the sports world, with a full slate of NFL games and golf's last major, the PGA Championship. Cash in on the action with picks from our hottest handicappers.
THE NFL IS BACK!
After the Hall of Fame Game whet our appetites last week, we finally get a full footy fix with Week 1 of the NFL Preseason. While it can be a bit of a guessing game, the Covers Experts know how to patiently pick their spots and exploit an opportunity when it presents itself.
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PGA CHAMPIONSHIP: LAST CHANCE FOR GLORY
Golf's final major of the season, the PGA Championship, tees off Thursday from Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis. This tournament features a loaded field and we've got you covered with winning advice.
Matt Fargo has picked the winner in 4 of the last 12 events, including last week with Justin Thomas at 20/1 claiming the Bridgestone Invitational. Matt has his PGA Championship 5-Pack ready to go with lots of value across the board.
CFL DOMINATION CONTINUES!
While the NFL will take center stage for the coming months, we have to acknowledge the strong handicapping taking place north of the border in the Canadian Football League. Check out these YTD records:
Will Rogers: 15-5 (75%), +$9,402
Matt Fargo: 16-6 (73%), +$9,260
Jesse Schule: 11-5 (69%), +$3,490
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- James White Anytime TD
- Jesse Schule
- February 3, 2019 - 6:30 PM
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- bet365 @ 110 (True) - James White Anytime TD
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The 2017 NFC Championship game between the Packers and the Falcons closed with a playoff record high total of 59.5 (just slightly higher than the opening total of 58 in SB LIII). That game lived up to expectations, with Atlanta winning by a score of 44-21. Eight different players scored touchdowns in that game, and plenty of money was made by bettors who play the prop market.
Despite expectations of record scoring, the bookmakers failed to adjust the prices for individual players to score touchdowns, and offered low totals on receptions and total yards for receivers. I wrote a couple of articles, detailing what I felt was a “Big Mistake” by bookmakers. In one of those articles I listed my top nine players to score touchdowns, and seven of those players ended up finding “pay dirt”, which would have been quite profitable considering five of those players were paying out as underdogs.
It doesn’t look like the books have made any adjustments for the Super Bowl, certainly not when it comes to individual players to score touchdowns. James White hasn't scored yet in the playoffs, after being the "go to guy" in the regular season. My PERFECT 5-0 Super Bowl card last season included a play on James White to score a TD, and he didn't disappoint.