Sports Betting Blog

The NFL Conference Championship games have arrived.  We have a wealth of information, and wanted to wrap up some of the more useful information on these big games: Blog post on NFL betting trends and the Jets-Steelers game. NFL Marketwatch on the Packer-Bears game. Power Rankings for the NFL Playoffs. Keep an eye on SportsInsights…

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Saturday usually means college sports action — and NCAA Basketball action is heating up with March Madness getting closer every day.  Today, we focus on NCAA hoops action, and are especially looking at games with heavy betting activity.  SportsInsights’ research has shown that contrarian methods work particularly well with games of public and national interest….

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For the second straight season, the Jets have won consecutive road playoff games and find themselves playing for the AFC Championship. In fact, with a win against the Steelers Sunday, Mark Sanchez, in his second season, will set the record for most road-playoff wins in NFL history by a quarterback. Pittsburgh opened as a 3-point favorite at CRIS…

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With the number of betting opportunities in football winding down, in this blog post, we focus on the NHL.  The NHL has been an interesting “animal” this season, with SportsInsights’ Best Bets having a solid season at +18 units, while NHL Squares have underperformed at -11.5 units. In the long-run, we expect both of these…

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The opening lines are out for the NFL Conference Championships — and they have had a few days to “settle in.”  In the AFC Championship Game, Pittsburgh opened as -3 favorites at home, with the surprising Jets getting just +3 points on the road.  With the majority of the bets taking the Steelers, the line…

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Yesterday’s NFL action saw the SportsInsights NFL Marketwatch selection, Pittsburgh Steelers, cover the spread at home. It was a difficult win, with the Steelers trailing by a wide margin in the first half.  Let’s see what today’s sports marketplace has cooking: In the NFL, our analysts are surprised to see the Chicago Bears receiving just…

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