Sports Betting Blog

San Diego took full advantage of Kansas City and backup quarterback Brodie Croyle last week, pounding the Chiefs 31-0. The Chargers pulled within one game of the division-leading Chiefs with the victory, and the betting public has taken notice. Even though the Chargers are only one game over .500 on the season, 73% of public…

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In several blog posts, we have mentioned that contrarian sports investing methods for the NHL turned cold after a hot start. After a very cold start to December, the NHL showed signs of heating up last night.  Here are some results (that also give us a picture of how contrarian sports selections sometimes play out)….

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The NFL playoff race is heating up — and the public is jumping on the hot playoff teams to continue their good performance.  The opening lines are out for this week’s upcoming NFL action, and what does the early betting action say?  Please visit our blog and read our series of Sports Marketwatch articles for updated…

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As sports fans settle in for a day of NFL football, the team at SportsInsights is searching for contrarian value in all of today’s sports action. In the NFL, we are happy to see the NFL Marketwatch selection gathering more line value, with the home dog now generally available at + 7 at most sportsbooks….

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Yesterday, one of SportInsights’ analysts highlighted the Colts-Titans game on the SportsInsights.com blog.  In addition, SportsInsights made the Titans an NFL Square Play. Although the Colts dominated much of the game, the Titans made a game out of it.  Very late in the game, while the Titans were not seriously threatening to win, they succeeded…

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Indianapolis has lost three straight games, with Peyton Manning throwing 11 interceptions over that stretch. However, the betting public continues to heavily back the Colts, who are receiving 89% of spread bets and 86% of moneyline wagers for Thursday’s game against the Titans. These lopsided betting percentages have pushed the Colts to a 3-point favorite,…

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