Sports Betting Blog

Sports Insights’ Square Plays continue to produce solid results across the board. NCAA Football plays have led the way since September, but NBA plays have gotten off to a hot start, helping to maximize units won for those following Square Plays and a betting against the public strategy. The table below shows a breakdown of Square Plays for active sports….

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In the marquee game of this season’s ACC/Big Ten Challenge, Duke opened as a 12-point favorite against Michigan State at Olympic. Within 40 minutes, the line dropped to -11.5 and has since dropped to -10 at most sportsbooks tracked by Sports Insights. According to our Betting Trends data, 62% of spread wagers have fallen on Michigan State, suggesting the…

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Note that the NFL has a game on Thursday night. 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 information during the week. New Orleans Saints vs. Cincinnati Bengals In early…

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SportsInsights got another nice mention from ESPN.com’s Chad Millman: “Every Saturday and every Sunday during football season I tweet the public and sharp betting trends for that day’s games. The morning of the games, I check websites like … sportsinsights.com … to see where the largest percentage of bets are going, and that tells me who the…

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The College Football season is winding down, with National Title and Bowl Game hopes on the line for several teams. In early action, these types of games are attracting the heaviest betting activity. The opening lines are out for this coming week’s college football games, and depending on what sportsbook you use, you may want…

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Here’s a quick update on a lazy Sunday afternoon, after a long holiday weekend.  The early NFL games have started, but in later afternoon action: The Chicago Bears (vs. Philadelphia Eagles) and Miami Dolphins (vs. Oakland Raiders) are showing potential contrarian value, with low betting percentages. The Bears’ line movement also shows “reverse line movement”…

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