Sports Betting Blog

Heisman odds for the 2015-16 College Football season were released in late January, and the defending champion Ohio State Buckeyes dominated the top-15 with four candidates listed. This included the front runner in running back Ezekiel Elliott (+600) along with all three of their perspective starting quarterbacks: Cardale Jones (+1,400), J.T. Barrett (+1,600) and Braxton Miller (+1,800). Jones,…

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The 2015 NFL season is entering the stretch run, and the playoff races are beginning to take shape. Barring a late season collapse, the Panthers, Patriots, Bengals, Cardinals, Broncos and Vikings are all but assured of a berth in the postseason. However, there is far less clarity after those upper echelon teams. The Redskins and…

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With their impressive Thanksgiving Day victory over Dallas coupled with New England’s shocking loss to Denver on Sunday night, the Carolina Panthers are now the only remaining undefeated team in football. Although the Patriots (+313) still have better odds of winning the Super Bowl than the Panthers (+417), last week’s results did have a tremendous impact on…

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Every week in this space we highlight the most interesting line moves at the market-setting offshore sportsbooks — typically CRIS, Pinnacle and 5Dimes which take the highest limits and therefore attract the sharpest bettors. By contrasting the opening and current lines with the public betting trends from our seven contributing offshore sportsbooks, we’re able to…

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Every week in this space we highlight the most interesting line moves at the market-setting offshore sportsbooks (typically CRIS, Pinnacle and 5Dimes) to determine the impact that public betting has on the week’s biggest games. In recent weeks we have started to compare these betting trends with ticket count and total dollars wagered at William Hill…

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