NFL Betting Trends – Indianapolis Colts vs. Tennessee Titans

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,…

NFL Betting Trends – Houston Texans vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Philadelphia opened as a 7-point favorite at CRIS and is currently receiving 64% of spread bets. With the public backing Michael Vick and the Eagles, the line has moved to -8 at most sportsbooks across the sports marketplace. Sports Insights’ Betting Systems have triggered a Smart Money Play, at +10.78 units, on this game, so make sure to log into your SI…

Sports Insights Square Plays +28.8 Units

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….

NCAA Basketball Betting Trends – Michigan State vs. Duke

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…

NCAA Football Betting Trends – Auburn vs. Alabama

In the 2010 edition of the Iron Bowl, Alabama opened as a 4-point favorite at CRIS and is currently receiving 42% of spread bets and 40% of monyeline wagers, suggesting the betting public is happy to grab undefeated Auburn and the points. These betting percentages have pushed the line down to -3.5 at many sportsbooks tracked by…

NFL Betting Trends – New Orleans Saints vs. Dallas Cowboys

Since the firing of Wade Phillips, the Dallas Cowboys look like a new team, winning consecutive games against the New York Giants and Detroit Lions. However, the betting public is not buying “America’s Team” in Thursday’s Thanksgiving showdown, with 75% of spread bets taking the defending Super Bowl champions. The Saints opened as a 3-point…