NFL Betting Trends – Week 4

We are breaking down NFL Week 4’s most lopsided games, and highlighting the ones we think you should keep in mind. Top lopsided games: 1. New York Jets vs. Buffalo Bills The public likes the Jets after their impressive win over the Dolphins in week 3, and according to our betting trends data 86% of…

NCAA Football Betting Trends – Week 5

The public is starting to bring some of the early lopsided games closer to an even split, but we have still found some good lopsided games for this weekend. Top lopsided games: 1. Texas Tech Red Raiders vs. Iowa State Cyclones It looks like the smart money is all over Iowa State in this one,…

NFL Opening Line Report – Week 4

Pinnacle was the first to open the lines for the NFL Week 4, when it opened the Houston Texans at Oakland Raiders line at 6:37 Sunday night. It was another hour and half before the next book, Olympic, opened lines for week 4 and two hours before Pinnacle opened another line. Early Line Moves of…

NFL Week 3 Betting Trends – 9/24/2010

We are breaking down NFL Week 3’s most lopsided games, and highlighting the ones we think you should keep in mind. Top lopsided games: 1. Buffalo Bills vs. New England Patriots The public still likes the Patriots’ -14.5 points in their game against the Bills Sunday. That line is up from -13.5 at open. With…

NCAA Football Betting Trends – 9/24/2010

We are once again taking a look at the most lopsided games this week of NCAA Football. Ranked teams are involved in several of the most lopsided games this week, and we have highlighted the ones that peaked our interest. Top lopsided games: 1. Air Force Falcons vs. Wyoming Cowboys Air Force is heading to…

NFL Week 3 Opening Line Report – 9/20/2010

Olympic was once again the first book to open lines for the NFL in week 3. The lines came in around 8:20 p.m. Sunday, and our betting trends data started spitting out market percentages shortly after. Early Line Moves of Interest: 1. Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers The Steelers just lost another quarterback when…