Thursday Night Football Preview: Saints at Panthers

In this week’s Thursday Night Football game, the New Orleans Saints (3-4) will travel to Charlotte to face the Carolina Panthers (3-4-1). Although both of these teams currently boast losing records, the winner of this game will take sole control of first place in the dumpster fire known as the NFC South. According to our NFL betting…

New in Bet Labs – Live Odds Integration

We have added an option in Bet Labs that allows users to go to our Live Odds page and still be able to track how many current game matches they have from their Bet Labs systems.  Here is a screenshot for this week’s NFL games: The number displayed corresponds to the number of current matches…

Betting Against the Public – NFL Totals

The NFL is the most popular sport in the country to watch, and it’s also the most popular sport to bet.  Since a majority of bettors are long-term losers, we have found a betting edge when betting against the public in the NFL.  When we examine these trends, we are always looking at the results…

NFL Week 3 Futures Changes

In this weekly post, we take a look at how a team’s Super Bowl futures have changed since before the NFL season started. As always, I’ve converted the futures odds into implied percentages and sorted by how much the percentage has increased or decreased for each team. *Odds are from BetOnline and are current as…

NFL Week 2 Futures Changes

We now have two NFL Sundays under our belt, and we will again look at how futures prices have changed for all 32 teams.  Once again, we have converted the futures prices into implied percentages and the table is defaulted to sort by change in percentage. *All futures odds come from BetOnline and are current as…

NFL Week 1 Futures Changes

After just 1 game for 28 NFL teams, new futures prices have shown how the market has reacted after seeing just 1/16th of the season.  Below shows the futures prices both before and after Week 1 (via BetOnline).  I also converted those moneylines into implied percentages.  The table is sorted by change in percentage, meaning…