What Bettors Should Know for Tuesday, August 26

1. NFL

- Former number one overall draft pick Sam Bradford once again suffered a torn ACL in his left knee and will miss the entire 2014 season. He will be replaced behind center by veteran quarterback Shaun Hil. Find out how Bradford’s injury will impact betting on the Rams.

2. MLB

- There have been a number of key injuries around baseball including:

- Other major injuries include: Red Sox DH David Ortiz (Questionable, Foot), Starlin Castro (Probable, Personal) and Miguel Cabrera (Probable, Ankle). For breaking injury news and line-ups, please make sure to visit our new and improved free MLB odds page.

- Earlier this season we published an article detailing how bettors could track MLB sharp money based on reverse line movement. The featured betting system has gone 29-28 (+1.03 units) on the season and 483-482 (+89.37 units) overall.

3. NCAAF

- Although the College Football season technically kicked-off on Saturday, the first full slate of games isn’t until Thursday (8/28). We already have four picks available for this week’s games which are available with our Pro subscription or can be purchased at our new picks page.

Don’t forget to check out these two profitable college football systems we have posted to the Think Tank, highlighting Betting Against the Public and Good Rushing Teams Undervalued.

4. NBA

- The NBA regular season is still months away, but here’s a little something for all the desperate hoop heads out there:

  1. 2014-15 NBA Win Totals
  2. 2014-15 NBA MVP Odds
  3. 2014-15 NBA Scoring Title Odds
  4. 2014-15 NBA Futures
  5. 2014-15 NBA Divisional Odds

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